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WA Nationals want Barnaby Joyce to quit

Barnaby Joyce is staring down his critics but he's lost the support of the West Australian Nationals, who say his leadership is untenable.

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Feb 21 2018
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Economics in focus on SA campaign day five

South Australia's party leaders will talk economics at a debate hosted by the Committee for the Economic Development of Australia on Wednesday.

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Feb 21 2018
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More arrests likely over Qld property scam

Police say they are expecting to make more arrests after an investigation into the collapse of a Gold Coast investment firm led to a former director's arrest.

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Feb 21 2018
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Cormann in charge while Turnbull away

Mathias Cormann will add acting prime minister to his list of jobs while Malcolm Turnbull is away in Washington.

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Feb 21 2018
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Stale NZ defence...

Letting the defence relationship with New Zealand become stale or crumble could cost Australia $1 billion a year, a defence strategist says.

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Feb 21 2018
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Barnett govt slammed...

The former WA Liberal National government has been criticised as poor economic managers responsible for record debt and deficit in a special inquiry.

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Feb 20 2018
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NSW murder accused...

The ex-girlfriend of a man who has been charged with a murder from nearly 30 years ago has told a Sydney jury he said "the nanny saw me, I killed her".

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Feb 20 2018
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William Hill fined $A12.2m by UK regulator

Betting firm William Hill has been hit with a $A12.2 million fine for breaching anti-money laundering and social responsibility regulations.

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Feb 20 2018
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Raps, fast net plugged in SA campaigning

A cheesy campaign jingle and a promise of internet 10 times faster than the NBN made the highlight reel on day four of the South Australian election campaign.

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Feb 20 2018
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Shorten asks where are Adani's jobs

Bill Shorten has delivered a blunt message to Adani, saying the Indian miner should not expect taxpayer support for its Queensland coal mine.

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Feb 20 2018
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BHP lifts payout as...

Resources giant BHP Billiton has hiked its interim dividend after stronger commodity prices drove a 25 per cent increase in half year underlying profit.

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Feb 20 2018
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Gita sparks state of...

Flights at five airports in New Zealand have been cancelled on Tuesday as the remnants of tropical cyclone Gita pummelled the country.

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Feb 20 2018
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Accused Qld property...

A man charged in Queensland after an investigation into the alleged fleecing of millions in a cold call property scam has been granted bail.

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Feb 20 2018
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Vic minister sorry for kick remark

Victoria's roads minister has apologised to a female country mayor for saying current levels of funding were better than a kick down below.

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Feb 20 2018
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Oil Search a step closer to PNG expansion

Oil Search has tripled its half year profit and outlined plans to boost LNG capacity in Papua New Guinea.

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Feb 20 2018
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Trump endorses Romney for Senate seat

Donald Trump says Mitt Romney "will make a great senator" after the former Republican presidential candidate announced his bid for a senate seat in Utah.

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Feb 20 2018
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Missing NSW drug...

A Sydney court has been told the blood of a man allegedly killed by fellow drug dealers was found on a baton and in his shed.

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Feb 20 2018
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More Victorians...

Victorian paramedics are getting to cardiac arrest patients faster than ever and more people are surviving.

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Feb 20 2018
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Tough retail times to...

The RBA is concerned about weak spending and low inflation, and is keeping a close eye on household debt, the minutes of its latest rates meeting show.

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Feb 20 2018
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