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Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes has died.
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It's a been a huge year for Australian music with homegrown artists topping the charts at home and abroad. And tonight the country's best have been recognised at...
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The government is still in talks with the cross bench on the GP co-payment, Prime Minister Tony Abbott says.
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A long-awaited report has recommended a royal commission into sexual abuse allegations at the Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra。 





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Police in Hong Kong have arrested hundreds of people including two leading student activists in a crackdown on the two-month long pro-democracy street protests.
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A Chinese man has miraculously survived after being hit by three cars while trying to cross a busy road.​
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Defence Minister David Johnston has been forced to apologise over comments he made about the company which services the navy's submarines.
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A family from New York is hoping to reclaim a world record for the most number of Christmas lights on a residential home - an honour currently held by a Canberra...
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Liberal Democrat David Leyonhjelm says he was urged not to pursue a gay marriage bill by Tony Abbott to avoid creating trouble for the government.
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