Police are questioning one of five Melbourne teenagers arrested during pre-dawn raids over an alleged Anzac Day terrorism plot.
Treasurer Joe Hockey won't be putting a date on a return to surplus when he hands down his May 12 budget.
Labor frontbencher Brendan O'Connor says the treasurer should be working on the budget rather than being in the United States.

Labor backs PM's Anzac Day call

Labor employment spokesman Brendan O'Connor says it is important Australian attend Anzac events.
Australia is working with the UK to combat profit-shifting by multinational companies but Treasurer Joe Hockey won't be introducing a "Google tax".
A grey jacket and skirt worn by Vivien Leigh in Gone With the Wind has been sold for $A175,551 at a US auction.
Australia is providing $25 million to a global facility that aims to promote private sector investment in the infrastructure of developing countries.
Homicide detectives are investigating the shooting death of a man who was found in a car at Altona Meadows in Melbourne's southwest.
Security will be ramped up on Anzac Day across the country, following the arrests of five teenagers in Melbourne terror raids.

Religious vaccine loophole closed

The Federal government has ended the religious exemption that enabled Christian Scientists to avoid vaccinating their children.
Another Australian trial of medicinal cannabis is to be announced, with Queensland to follow NSW into decriminalising the drug for some patients.

Prince Harry plays wheelchair AFL

Prince Harry has learnt bush survival techniques, played wheelchair AFL and completed training exercises during his first fortnight with the Australian Army
A 42-year-old man sought by police in Adelaide over the murder of a man at suburban Ridleyton has been arrested without incident.

Man drowns, another missing in WA

One man has drowned at a rock fishing spot in southern Western Australia while a search is underway for a second person believed to be in the water.
Police investigating the stabbing of a man in a western Sydney car park say two men have offered them different accounts of the incident.
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