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The 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook's first voyage to Australia and the Pacific will be marked by a series of events and a retracing of the route.
An investigation is ongoing into the outrage from last week, which affected hundreds in two states.
Security-camera footage shows the man was outnumbered six-to-one and punched in the head.
A 20-year-old man accused of murdering international student Aiia Maasarwe in Melbourne has returned to court.
They’ve travelled 800 kilometres from home, and for some of them, it’s the first time they’ve seen the ocean.
The campaign draws on the “good humoured rivalry” between Australia and New Zealand.
Ashleigh Barty rallied from a set down to beat former world number one Maria Sharapova 4-6 6-1 6-4 at Melbourne Park on Sunday.

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The Nine Network's new Today Show reporter spoke out about why she won't be celebrating Australia Day on January 26.
The Weekend, the debut play by contemporary dancer Henrietta Baird examines female resilience and the choices women make when they’re betrayed by the ones they love.
The cold case death still remains unresolved more than three decades after 17-year-old was found dead.
A conspicuous public artwork fails to find fans in the popular northern NSW tourist town.
A new television network promoting Aboriginal health will broadcast in the waiting rooms of medical centres across the country.
Andre Agassi is right behind Ashleigh Barty after hosting the young star in Las Vegas for a week.
The proud Gamilaroi woman said: “I don’t want to celebrate it."
Victoria's treaty process is going inside the state's prisons to provide information and hear feedback from Indigenous inmates.
The case is the first in Western Australia of a non- Aboriginal perpetrator being found guilty of sexual assaults against children taken from their parents.
Kakadu National Park is the big winner with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten visiting with big funding promises.
The land council boss says the girl had “done nothing wrong” and suggested that police actions should be scrutinised.
A stand-off by six detainees at a Sydney youth justice centre which lasted almost 10 hours will be investigated by the state government.
The report calls on Canberra to "stop ignoring" the many human rights violations experienced by Aboriginal people on a daily basis.
A handful of councils will change their Australia Day celebrations from January 26.
Ashleigh Barty has progressed through to the Sydney International semi-finals after defeating Elise Mertens in straight sets.
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