Yuxin Lin isn't a name on everyone's lips yet but the 17 year old has broken through to win the Asia Pacific Amateur title in New Zealand last month. And that...
Police in Papua New Guinea have removed some of the men who have been refusing to leave the decommissioned detention centre on Manus Island. Iranian refugee and...
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A survey of Australian workers shows one in five people experience discrimination at work and it's worse for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. But for...
Victoria is to become the first state in Australia to legalise voluntary assisted dying. The scheme will be in operation by 2019.
Former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic has been given a life sentence by United Nations judges, after finding him guilty of genocide and war crimes in the...
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The FFA is now looking both locally and internationally for the best option to lead Australia to the World Cup, after the resignation of Socceroos coach Ange...

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Papua New Guinean police move into the Manus Island detention centre to remove refugees who are refusing to leave; Former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic...

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A former Bosnian Serb military commander sentenced to life; Zimbabwe's next leader returns; Australians of the Year urge action on Manus Island
A refugee advocate has been awarded a top business prize for her work helping new arrivals get jobs and resettle in Australia.
After more than 70 years, Australia has agreed to return thousands of Japanese documents seized during World War Two.

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Another parliamentarian falls victim to the dual citizenship saga; Ange Postecoglou quits as Socceroos coach; Robert Mugabe gone as Zimbabwean leader;
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