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Shorten condemns 'disgusting' posters

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has struck out at a "disgusting" poster spotted in Melbourne weeks out from the same-sex marriage postal survey.

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Cheeky, kind Aust boy dies in Spain attack

Seven-year-old Julian Cadman, a dual Australian-British national, was sightseeing with his mum when he died in the Barcelona terror attack.

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Aug 21 2017
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Man guilty of Sydney teen's sex murder

A man has been found guilty of the bashing murder and sexual assault of a 16-year-old boy at a vacant Sydney house more than two years ago

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Aug 21 2017
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Bluescope CEO O'Malley to retire

Bluescope Steel CEO Paul O'Malley will retire in December, passing the reins to current Australia-New Zealand operations head Mark Vassella.

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Aug 21 2017
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Vic mum's killer could...

A Victorian judge struggles to see how Karen Chetcuti's killer has any chance of rehabilitation, given the murder was committed while he was on parole.

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Aug 21 2017
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Six months' jail for...

Former Fremantle Dockers footballer Shane Yarran has been sentenced to six months in jail for nine offences including fleeing police in a Perth pursuit.

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Aug 21 2017
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Suspected bus with...

A bus parked outside a suburban Melbourne police station has been given the all-clear by bomb squad officers after a scare which sparked road closures.

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Aug 21 2017
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Queensland mother dies after bridge fall

Queensland mother Claire Tucker, 36, has died almost a week after police found her in a drain after a day at the races in Cairns.

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Aug 21 2017
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WA premier threatens to bankrupt ARU

The Australian Rugby Union has been given an ultimatum to reinstate the Western Force or risk going bankrupt in a legal battle with the WA government.

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Aug 21 2017
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BlueScope slides on cloudy outlook

BlueScope Steel's full-year net profit doubled to $715.9 million but the company expects earnings in first half of FY18 to be lower.

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Bomb, hostage threats...

A Gold Coast primary school has been daubed with chilling graffiti threatening to bomb the school and take kids hostage.

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Aug 21 2017
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Shorten renounced UK...

The federal opposition leader has rejected government suggestions he could have citizenship issues, saying he has been clear of British ties since 2006.

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Aug 21 2017
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Abbott heads west to...

Former prime minister Tony Abbott is headed to a school in the West Australian Kimberley region to act as a teacher's aide for the week.

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Aug 21 2017
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Shareholders rewarded as FMG profit soars

Iron ore miner Fortescue more than doubled full-year profit to $US2.09 billion ($A2.64 billion) and raised its payout policy guidance range.

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Aug 21 2017
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Labor's core support surges among voters

Labor's core support has risen to 38 per cent as voters turn against the government amid rows over same-sex marriage and citizenship, the latest Newspoll shows.

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Aug 21 2017
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Australia 'suicidal' for playing war games

Ten days of annual military exercises between South Korea and the US begin on Monday.

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Aug 21 2017
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Damaged US warship...

The USS John S McCain sustained "significant" damage to its hull when it collided with an oil tanker, according to the US Navy.

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Aug 21 2017
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Call to shut killer...

Killer robots, which could potentially become weapons of mass destruction in forms like swarms of microdrones, should be banned, industry leaders say.

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Aug 21 2017
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From Ibrahim's...

A man named on Australia's 20 most-wanted fugitives turned out to be not so hard to find, given his active and open social media presence.

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Aug 21 2017
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