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Malcolm Turnbull says he can work with his Barnaby Joyce, US students rally in Florida, and the SA and Tasmania Labor parties launch their state election campaigns.

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Labor officially launches its campaign for the South Australian election; British Prime Minister Theresa May rules out a second referendum on the country's...

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Malcolm Turnbull meets Barnaby Joyce; Trump denies Russia collusion; Storm deny major injury

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Thirteen Russians charged over tampering with the 2016 US election, the federal opposition vows to pursue Barnaby Joyce over his affair with a former staffer, and...

The Gallery Episode 2

We wrap an extraordinary week in Canberra, and SBS Political Editor Brett Mason sits down with former British MP and Conservative Party rebel Nick De Bois, who is...

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Barnarby Joyce hits back at Malcolm Turnbull: Reports of violence on board a South Pacific cruise; A new club for Socceroos defender Trent Sainsbury

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Barnarby Joyce describes the PM as inept; Donald Trump calls for healing following a school shooting; Freestyle aerial skier Lydia Lassila out of the Winter Olympics
Away from the ski fields and ice rinks, tourists at the Winter Olympics in South Korea are getting a taste of the country's culture.

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Donald Trump offers comfort following deadly school shooting, Malcolm Turnbull bans ministers from having sexual relationships with staffers, and South Africa...
The plan to save the Murray-Darling Basin, made up of some of Australia's longest rivers, is in deep trouble.
Migrant-community groups say they are very worried by the introduction of legislation which would make migrants wait longer to be eligible for welfare payments.
A successful Senate motion for him to resign or be sacked and an announcement he is taking a week's leave cap a bad day for the National Party leader.
The Save the Children charity organisation says about 350 million children around the world are now living in areas affected by conflict.

Weekend Sport Preview

The Winter Olympics will continue to dominate sports headlines over the weekend, but there is still plenty of other sport happening around the world.

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Barnaby Joyce to take leave next week; Another mass school shooting in the United States; Real Madrid rally late in the Champions League last 16
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