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Catalonia not be solved by polls: minister

Catalonia's political crisis cannot by solved simply by calling regional elections, the Spanish Justice Minister says...

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Immigration Head Accused of Joking About ‘Torture’ in Hearing Over Manus Closure. Credit – Australian Parliament via Storyful

Australia’s immigration head Mike Pezzullo has been accused of joking about the situation asylum seekers face days before the expected closure of the Manus Regional Processi...

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Three charged over aggravated burglary

THREE men who allegedly stormed into a southern suburbs home armed with machetes and crowbars looking for cash and valuables have been charged...

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Accused Dodd killer retraces shopping trip

THE man accused of murdering Hayley Dodd has returned to the small country town where he did his shopping the day he allegedly killed her, reliving his former weekly shopping...

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Want a global industry award? It's yours — for a fee

An industry insider lifts the lid on "vanity awards", exposing a Melbourne-based company that hands out questionable awards to some of the biggest na...

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Immigration Head Accused of Joking About ‘Torture’ in Hearing Over Manus Closure. Credit – Australian Parliament via Storyful

Australia’s immigration head Mike Pezzullo has been accused of joking about the situation asylum seekers face days before the expected closure of the Manus Regional Processi...

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Australian teacher's husband arrested over her murder in Kenya

Police in Kenya arrest the husband of Australian Gabrielle Maina and another man in connection with her murder. No charges have been laid...

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Accused Vic IS fundraiser refused bail

A Melbourne man accused of supporting Islamic State jihadists in Syria by sending money he collected online and deposited at a Sydney bank will remain behind bars indefinitely...

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China’s Xi elevated to status of Mao

China's Communist Party has enshrined President Xi Jinping's political ideology into its constitution, putting him in the same company as the founder...

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Bushfire threatens houses near Elliston

SMOKE has blanketed the Eyre Peninsula town of Elliston after lightning sparked a bush fire, which decimated 10ha of scrub and prompted six residents to leave their properties...

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New Suns recruit Aaron Young tours Gold Coast facilities

New Gold Coast Suns recruit Aaron Young talks about his move to the Gold Coast...

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Pharmacy ownership laws set for review

THE threat of corporate discount pharmacies on small, family-run businesses has triggered a review of pharmacy ownership laws in Western Australia...

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Police locate missing 12yo boy

UPDATED: Northern Territory Police have located missing 12-year-old Palmerston boy Gilchrist Babui...

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Is your phone spying on you? Creepy apps can track your every move

Apps which were designed to help owners find their lost or stolen phones are now being used as spyware by stalkers who can use your device to see, hear and record what you say...

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Is your phone spying on you? Creepy apps that can track your every move

Apps which were designed to help owners find their lost or stolen phones are now being used as spyware by stalkers...

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Premier says suspended Perth Lord Mayor's behaviour is 'off the planet'

Lisa Scaffidi's behaviour has become "frankly bizarre", and she needs to move on with her life following her suspension from the office...

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No more Remembrance Day poppies to be sold in NSW

The New South Wales RSL, which suspended fundraising earlier this year and has had its finances put under the microscope in 2017, tells an inquiry into charitable funding it w...

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Mitchell Johnson wades in to wicketkeeper debate to back Nevill for Ashes

Australia should select Peter Nevill as wicketkeeper over under-pressure Matthew Wade for this summer's Ashes series, former Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johns...

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Adelaide Festival to feature Grace Jones, 'pots and pans' orchestra

An orchestra that relies on everyday objects will perform in Elder Park to open next year's Adelaide Festival, days after a one-off show by Jamaican singer Grace...

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Qld family ‘heartbroken’ as pilot son dies

A heartbroken Queensland father says he feels "empty" after his son died in a horrific light plane crash in the Northern Territory...

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Heart attack or cardiac arrest? Knowing the difference could save a life

HEART ATTACK OR CARDIAC ARREST? Knowing the difference could save a life...

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Alleged car thieves caught on CCTV

A POLICE car has been rammed in a dramatic clash with alleged car thieves at a fast food restaurant south of Brisbane this morning...

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AFP raid the AWU’s Sydney and Melb offices

The Australian Federal Police have raided the Sydney and Melbourne offices of the Australian Workers Union...

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Police Vehicle Rammed by Car Thieves in Brisbane. Credit – Queensland Police via Storyful

A police vehicle was rammed by an allegedly stolen car in Mount Gravatt East, a suburb of Brisbane, on Tuesday, October 24. Police said they were attempting to intercept a veh...

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Concern for welfare of missing Palmerston boy

NORTHERN Territory Police are searching for a missing 12-year-old...

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Angry WA footy fans vent online

FREMANTLE chief executive Steve Rosich insists a vast number of club’s members will be allocated “far cheaper” seats at the new Perth Stadium, despite plenty of negative...

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Federal police raid AWU offices

THE Australian Federal Police has raided the headquarters of the Australian Workers’ Union in Melbourne and Sydney...

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Wilkie says fourth person has evidence of Crown Casino pokies rigging

A fourth whistle-blower has come forward to Andrew Wilkie with allegations Crown Casino tampered with poker machines, the independent MP tells Parliament...

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Heart attack or cardiac arrest? Knowing the difference could save a life

HEART ATTACK OR CARDIAC ARREST? Knowing the difference could save a life...

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AFP raid the AWU’s Sydney and Melb offices

The Australian Federal Police have raided the Sydney and Melbourne offices of the Australian Workers Union...

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Solar loans on offer amid Palaszczuk's energy retailer shock tactics

No-interest loans will be offered for solar and battery installations as the Queensland Government's cost-of-living campaign cops further criticism from the Oppos...

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Morgan at five-eighth for Kangaroos ahead of England clash in RLWC opener

Michael Morgan insists he can carry his electric NRL form into the Rugby League World Cup after getting the nod at five-eighth for Australia's Rugby League World...

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Salim Mehajer sued over alleged Sydney apartment 'scam'

A first-home buyer sues Sydney property developer Selim Mehajer, alleging he staged a scam that decreased the size of his apartment so much it "no longer existed...

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Mehajer sued over alleged Sydney apartment 'scam'

A first-home buyer sues Sydney property developer Selim Mehajer, alleging he staged a scam that decreased the size of his apartment so much it "no longer existed...

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Police Vehicle Rammed by Car Thieves in Brisbane. Credit – Queensland Police via Storyful

A police vehicle was rammed by an allegedly stolen car in Mount Gravatt East, a suburb of Brisbane, on Tuesday, October 24. Police said they were attempting to intercept a veh...

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‘Shocked’ Lew takes aim at Myer board

Solomon Lew has launched a new attack on the board of Myer and called on shareholders to help him oust the department store's directors at next month&#039...

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Join us on a trip down memory lane to celebrate SnapAdelaide

JOIN us for a trip down memory lane to celebrate SnapAdelaide...

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Police hunt driver and passengers of stolen Holden Colorado ute

The public is being asked to help identify the male driver, male seat passenger and female rear passenger of stolen Holden Colorado ute QLD license 153 XTB that rammed a polic...

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Singing Haredi Jewish Protesters Block Entrance to Jerusalem Over Conscription. Credit – Twitter/Ser Tzangaukar via Storyful

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish protesters blockaded an entrance to Jerusalem as they staged a singing protest over conscription on Monday, October 23. This video filmed by onlooker Ser...

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Almost 12 million marriage forms returned

The ABS has estimated that 74.5 per cent of Australians have returned their same sex marriage surveys...

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Hydro CEO’s pay is no issue for Hodgman

PREMIER Will Hodgman has defended the $607,000 pay packet of Hydro chief Steve Davy...

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Top ABC star’s salary revealed

THE ABC’s managing director Michelle Guthrie has revealed what the broadcaster’s highest paid presenter’s salary is, as she refused to name names...

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Think your way slimmer

THE power of the human mind is an amazing thing, and Helena Popovic is helping people understand how the brain can help poeple lose weight...

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Power restored to 60,000 Coast homes

MORE than 60,000 people were without power this afternoon on the southern Gold Coast and the Hinterland after a mass electricity outage...

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Women accused of murdering Kim's half-brother with nerve gas paraded around crime scene

Handcuffed, wearing bulletproof vests and under heavily armed guard, the two women accused of murdering the half-brother of North Korea's leader are pushed around...

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Women accused of Kim Jong-nam's murder tour crime scene

Handcuffed, wearing bulletproof vests and under heavily armed guard, the two women accused of murdering the half-brother of North Korea's leader are pushed around...

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London motorists to pay new road toll to tackle air pollution

Owners of older vehicles in London will have to pay close to $40 to drive through the centre of the British capital as part of a new fee designed to tackle air pollution...

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Federal police raid AWU offices

THE Australian Federal Police has raided the headquarters of the Australian Workers’ Union in Melbourne and Sydney...

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Leaders sign NZ coalition agreements

Jacinda Ardern and Winston Peters have signed the coalition agreement between Labour and NZ First...

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Singing Haredi Jewish Protesters Block Entrance to Jerusalem Over Conscription. Credit – Twitter/Ser Tzangaukar via Storyful

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish protesters blockaded an entrance to Jerusalem as they staged a singing protest over conscription on Monday, October 23. This video filmed by onlooker Ser...

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Almost 12 million marriage forms returned

The ABS has estimated that 74.5 per cent of Australians have returned their same sex marriage surveys...

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AFP carrying out raids at Australian Workers Union offices

The Australian Federal Police is currently raiding the Australian Workers' Union offices in Melbourne and Sydney over donations made to activist group GetUp...

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Federal police raid Australian Workers' Union offices in GetUp probe

Federal police raid the AWU headquarters in Melbourne and Sydney over donations made to GetUp, one day after it was revealed the Australian Electoral Commission is investigati...

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AFP carrying out raids at Australian Workers' Union offices

Police are currently raiding the AWU headquarters in Melbourne and Sydney over donations made to activist group GetUp...

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Top ABC star’s salary revealed

THE ABC’s managing director Michelle Guthrie has revealed what the broadcaster’s highest paid presenter’s salary is, as she refused to name names...

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The world-first program changing the lives of parent prisoners

The Circle of Security program has been used around the world for more than 20 years, but for the first time it's being run in a prison — with promising results...

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Body found in shallow Melbourne grave identified by police

A body found in a shallow grave in an abandoned property in Melbourne's south east on Monday is identified as that of 39-year-old Jade Goodwin...

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Accused Vic IS supporter refused bail

A Melbourne man accused of supporting Islamic State jihadists in Syria by sending money collected online has been refused bail...

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Peppa Pig free on iview for the time being

Parents will continue to enjoy free access to children's shows such as Peppa Pig on the ABC's iview service after the communications minister confirm...

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Senators grill wool’s man in the mirror

The wool industry leader who used a one-way mirror to secretly observe farmers during a focus group has defended voting in board elections for other growers...

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WA reviews pharmacy ownership laws

The threat of corporate discount pharmacies on small, family-run businesses has triggered a review of pharmacy ownership laws in Western Australia...

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Kiwi falls after coalition details emerge

The New Zealand dollar fell on Tuesday after government policy details emerged in Labour's coalition agreement between Labour and NZ First and the confidence and...

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Ute smashes into cops, car and bin

Investigators are looking for three people after their ute crashed into a police car while they fled a Brisbane drive-through...

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Shares extend gain as A2 hits new record

New Zealand shares eked out another gain on Tuesday as the market digested the details of the governing deals made by the incoming Labour government...

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Bushfire permit season begins in Tasmania

With bushfire season underway in Tasmania, people wanting to light fires will need a permit...

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Commission report calls for carbon price

A major report hailed by Treasurer Scott Morrison as setting the direction for national reform calls for a price on carbon...

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High Court to hand down citizenship ruling

The High Court will hand down its ruling on dual citizenship cases on Friday...

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Woman With Terminal Cancer Voices Support for Voluntary Euthanasia. Credit – Facebook/Why My Mummy via Storyful?

A Sunshine Coast woman with terminal breast cancer voiced her support for voluntary euthanasia on Tuesday, October 24, four days after Victoria’s lower house of parliament p...

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Officer injured during evade police incident

A CAIRNS police officer has been injured while allegedly trying to arrest four teens this afternoon...

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Spicer: ‘I’ve been sent audiotapes’

VETERAN journalist Tracey Spicer has explosive evidence to prove claims that dozens of Australian “household names” are guilty of sexual harassment and assault, she says...

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'Boyishly defiant': Missing bushwalker Bruce Fairfax's last days and a family's grief

The wife of Bruce Fairfax, who went missing in the Tasmanian bush more than a week ago, writes of his last day with her and how she went to bed after the first day of searchin...

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Police apologise after Palestinian diplomat 'upset' about terrorism training video

NSW Police admit "we are wrong" after a video of a terrorism training exercise drew the ire of Palestine's most senior Australian diplom...

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High Court to hand down citizenship ruling

The High Court will hand down its ruling on dual citizenship cases on Friday...

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Train surfer who clung to windscreen wiper at 110kph hit with big fine

A 23-year-old Perth man who climbed onto the back of a train at high speed gets a $1,000 fine for what a magistrate describes as "high risk-taking behaviour&a...

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Woman With Terminal Cancer Voices Support for Voluntary Euthanasia. Credit – Facebook/Why My Mummy via Storyful?

A Sunshine Coast woman with terminal breast cancer voiced her support for voluntary euthanasia on Tuesday, October 24, four days after Victoria’s lower house of parliament p...

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Xi Jinping becomes most powerful Chinese leader since Mao

China's Communist Party votes to enshrine President Xi Jinping's ideology in its constitution, making him the country's most powerful le...

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China's Communist Party inserts Xi Jinping into party constitution

China's Communist Party votes to enshrine President Xi Jinping's ideology in its constitution, making him the country's most powerful le...

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China's Communist Party inserts President Xi Jining into party constitution

China's Communist Party votes to enshrine President Xi Jinping's ideology in its constitution, making him the country's most powerful le...

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China's Communist Party inserts President Xi Jinping into party constitution

China's Communist Party votes to enshrine President Xi Jinping's ideology in its constitution, making him the country's most powerful le...

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China's Communist Party inserts President Xi Jingping into party constitution

China's Communist Party votes to enshrine President Xi Jingping's ideology in its constitution, making him the country's most powerful l...

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Xi added to Communist Party constitution

China's ruling Communist Party has voted to enshrine President Xi Jinping's political ideology in its constitution...

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Branagh and Dench escaped live nude mishap

When Kenneth Branagh pitched his new film Murder On The Orient Express to Dame Judi Dench she was so intrigued she almost went onto the West End stage naked from the waist dow...

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Vietnamese couple killed by old US bomb

A couple has been killed and their two children are wounded after a Vietnam War-era shell exploded in central highland Vietnam...

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Second jobs for MPs OK: Turnbull

Malcolm Turnbull has stood by the ability of backbench MPs to receive income from third-party sources...

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Adelaide Afternoon Newsbyte – 24.10.17

The police task force investigating the NCA bombing make five arrests in drugs raids. Police divers search a pond at St Clair in their investigation into a carjacking. Tafe SA...

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AFP struggle as they protect PM’s mansion

MALCOLM Turnbull has been grilled on whether Australian Federal Police operations — including major drug busts — have been put in jeopardy because the force is dangerously...

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SA Liberals promising to preserve Aus Day

The SA Liberal Party is promising to force councils to hold Australia Day ceremonies on January 26...

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One Nation lambasted over abuse policy

Queensland's domestic violence minister condemns the proposed protection reforms put forward by One Nation...

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Pilot dead as light plane crashes in dense WA bushland

Witnesses report hearing an explosion as police confirm a 40-year-old man has died after a light plane crash in a national park near Albany on Western Australia's...

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Light plane crashes in 'dense, inaccessible' bushland in WA's south

Emergency crews respond to a light plane crash in a national park near Albany on Western Australia's south coast...

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One dead as light plane crashes in 'dense, inaccessible' WA bushland

One person is confirmed dead after a light plane crash in a national park near Albany on Western Australia's south coast...

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Light plane crash reported in Western Australia's South West

Emergency crews are responding to reports of a light plane crash near Albany on Western Australia's south coast...

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You don't need water to dive with the new 'tortilla maker'

It is an odd name which has nothing to do with Mexican cuisine, but the "tortilla maker" is making it possible for divers to perfect their form witho...

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Turnbull defends AFP funding

Malcolm Turnbull has dismissed claims the operational capacity of the AFP is under threat from funding cuts...

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UWA archaeologist uses Google Earth to discover hundreds of ancient stone 'gates'

UWA archaeologist David Kennedy discovers hundreds of ancient stone "gates" in the Saudi Arabian desert believed to be thousands of years old, all wi...

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Skydive victim’s husband demands inquest

THE husband of a woman among three killed in a skydiving accident in north Queensland has called for an open inquest into the tragedy...

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Thieves target remote shacks

DO these medals, jewellery or St Kilda gear look familiar?...

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Light plane crash in South West

A LIGHT plane has crashed in Denbarker, north-west of Albany...

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Big, smelly and playing hard to get — third whale carcass exhumed

The third whale carcass in a month is being exhumed from an east coast beach, this time at a cost of $30,000 to the local council...

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Another costly stink as third whale is exhumed

The third whale carcass in a month has been exhumed from an east coast Australian beach, this time at a cost of $30,000 to the local council...

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