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The federal government is issuing debt notices worth $4.5 million a day as it aims to claw back $4 billion incorrectly paid to welfare recipients.
Falling commodity export volumes and a shock rise in capital good imports in October blew out the trade deficit and increased concerns about a recession.
Dreamworld will open on Saturday, the first day of Queensland's summer school holidays, more than a month after four people were killed on one of its rides.
A Sydney man has been found guilty of trying to send money to Islamic State.
Scott Morrison has approved the sale of S. Kidman & Co to Gina Rinehart and a Chinese partner.
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