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US-Aust war games kick off

The biennial Talisman Sabre military training exercise between Australia and the US is commencing.

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Jun 29 2017
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Australia needs co-ordination on superbugs

A meeting of infectious diseases professionals is calling for a new co-ordinating body to oversee work to slow the spread of antibiotic resistance in Australia.

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Jun 29 2017
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Small business looks forward to tax cut

More than 40 per cent of small businesses expect to plough their corporate tax cut back into their businesses.

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Jun 29 2017
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Six charged over...

A match commander, a former chief constable and four others have been charged with offences relating to the Hillsborough stadium disaster.

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Jun 28 2017
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Brisbane trains resume...

Queensland Rail says train services across Brisbane have resumed but delays are still expected because of a major communications issue.

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Jun 28 2017
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Perth gets first joey...

Two joey koalas have been born at Perth Zoo in the past 12 months, including the first in 15 years to help support the threatened species.

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Jun 28 2017
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No bail for Perre over drug charges

A court has refused to grant bail on drug charges to Domenic Perre, the man once charged over the bombing of the National Crime Authority office in Adelaide.

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Jun 28 2017
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Sevens stars drive Wallaroos in World Cup

Olympic gold medallists Shannon Parry and Sharni Williams will spearhead Australia's squad in the women's rugby World Cup in Ireland.

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Jun 28 2017
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US admiral slams China's 'fake islands'

Senior US military commander Admiral Harry Harris has warned against what should be shared domains in the South China Sea being closed.

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Jun 28 2017
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Woman who posed as...

A serial con artist defrauded the NSW government and charities of more than $18,000 by posing as a schoolgirl in foster care, a court has heard.

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Jun 28 2017
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PM dons leather for...

As Tony Abbott outlines his own vision for energy policy, Malcolm Turnbull has worn his trusty leather jacket to check in on his Snowy Hydro 2.0 expansion.

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Jun 28 2017
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Gold Coast man bailed...

A mechanic who allegedly provided the gun used to kill Gold Coast businessman Philip Carlyle 20 years ago has been granted bail.

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Jun 28 2017
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