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Thousands affected as the U-S Government shuts down funding of federal services: Hot conditions cause bushfires to burn across New South Wales: Rugby league great...

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Hundreds of thousands of workers affected as the US government shuts down services; dramatic beach rescues to escape an out-of-control bushfire in NSW; Roger...

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One year after the Bourke Street tragedy, survivors say they are still coming to terms with what happened; firefighters warn of the increased fire risk as the...

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The U-S Senate races to avert a government shutdown over funding; A memorial to mark one year since the deadly Bourke Street Mall attack; and in Tennis Nick...

My Australia: Jamila Gordon

Jamila Gordon is living proof that anything is possible if you dream big.
Two teenage swimmers have been rescued in the ocean by a drone in what has been described as a world first.
The lives of millions of people around the world could be saved with a new blood test that can detect eight common cancers before they become deadly.

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NZ's PM announces her pregnancy; Extreme heat fuels fire danger in southeastern Australia; The blood test that has the potential to save millions of lives;

Weekend Sport Preview

The Australian Open tennis will dominate sports headlines this weekend, but there's plenty more action to look forward to.

Turnbull wraps up Japan visit

The Prime Minister has wrapped up his first international trip for the year, spending time in Japan holding talks with his counterpart, Shinzo Abe

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The Prime Minister wraps up his visit to Japan; A Malaysia Airlines flight makes an emergency landing; NZ's PM announces her pregnancy;
As Opposition Leader Bill Shorten tries to shut down the Australia Day debate, a new poll shows that most Australians aren't too worried about changing the date.
A heatwave is blasting three Australian states, with temperatures above 40 degrees forcing the cancellation of many sporting events.

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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull wraps up his visit to Japan; A Malaysia Airlines flight makes an emergency landing in Alice Springs; Australian Ashleigh Barty...
While Australia has made important progress this year in improving human rights, many issues remain unresolved.
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