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Northern Territory Planning and Education Minister Peter Chandler is the government's new deputy chief minister.
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Peter Chandler has been chosen to replace Dave Tollner as the Northern Territory government's new deputy chief minister.
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The Australian father of surrogate twins from Thailand has reportedly been charged with abusing them.
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ARENA heads for Senate showdown

An agency the government says was merely set up to satisfy the political whims of the Australian Greens is being sent to the upper house to be closed.
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Police are investigating after a 47-year-old woman was sexually assaulted by several men in inner Melbourne.
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Community groups and police have begun shooting a video to show domestic violence victims in migrant communities that there is help available.
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A NSW mother who had her children taken off her amid incest and sex abuse allegations allegedly wanted to snatch her son out of state care and skip states.
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The women's rights movements played a key role in raising awareness about the extent and impact of child sexual abuse, a report says.
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A 46-year-old man has been charged over a fatal hit-and-run where a taxi driver was struck by a car in Melbourne.
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A Vietnamese refugee who arrived in Australia 39 years ago with nothing but a “suitcase of invisible dreams” has been sworn in for a five year term as South...
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An imprisoned MMA fighter has told the trade union royal commission that he's being as truthful as he can be, due to concerns about his family.
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Anthony “The Man” Mundine will fight for his career in just over two-months’ time, taking on Sergey Rabchenko for the silver, light-middleweight title in Melbourne.
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Victorian cabinet minister Mary Wooldridge will not seek pre-selection for the safe seat of Hawthorn.
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A rush of economic data ahead Tuesday's Reserve Bank board meeting is unlikely to change a widely expected steady outcome for interest rates.
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Guardians muscle way back to No.1

Not content with second place, The Guardians of the Galaxy have returned to take back No.1 at the Australian box office over the weekend.
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