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Australians were most interested in the World Cup, Malaysia Airlines, and a trio of celebrity deaths this year, Google search data shows.
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Language learning is down but one student has excelled after picking it up at an early age. He's one of thousands of Year 12 students across the country to...
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Barry Spurr resigns from university

Professor Barry Spurr has resigned from his position at the University of Sydney, the university announced.
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Sydney’s Chinese New Year Festival will celebrate the city’s rich Asian cultures with more than 80 family-friendly events in what is the largest Lunar New Year...





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The OECD has released its biennial survey of Australia which calls for reform of Australia's consumption tax.
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The US has announced a thaw in relations with Cuba, saying it would work to re-establish diplomatic ties with Havana and ease trade and travel sanctions.
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Westpac is expecting Australia's economic growth pace to slow until the middle of next year.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott had ordered a review into why Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis was able to get a gun and receive welfare.

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