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Swarm of satellites to explore Earth’s shield from International Space Station

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Canberra’s arts diary from June 3

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Australia is putting traffic lights in the ground because you’re glued to your phone

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Madonna pays tribute to popstar Minogue during Brisbane concert…

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Hickie is new Independent Legal Services commissioner

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Malek Fahd Islamic School could close after losing $20 MILLION in government funding

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Text Messages May Prompt People to Take Their Meds

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Australian driver deliberately killed 17 kangaroos: Group

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Teen charged over Sydney Opera House security scare

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Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrants

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Businessman rides a razor scooter while grinning through busy tunnel

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Five-year-old boy drowns by sea wall

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Largest ever ovarian cancer trial suggests that screening reduces…

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New South Wales becomes the second state to legalise Uber… but…

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Media muddle: Was Scalia being racist?

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Plan for terrorists: reform or stay locked up

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‘Crazy man’: Muslims respond to Donald Trump’s ‘shutdown’ plan

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Artist John Olsen gifts Brindabellas artwork to Canberra Museum and Gallery

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CommBank’s $1.6m plan to make us all hackers

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That $17,500 ticket from L.A. to Sydney? It comes with a sip from an $850 bottle of wine

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Norma Bouchard Obituary

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Calls for more staff in palliative care to allow more Australians to die at home

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Shock as 12-year-old on Australian terror radar

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4 Arrested in Connection With Sydney Police Worker’s Killing

Police arrested four people during a series of raids Wednesday in connection with the slaying of a civilian police worker, which officials have said they believe was linked to terrorism. More than 200 officers swooped [Read entire story]

Cheyenne Tozzi strolls with Jon Adgemis toting 2 Hermes Birkin Bags in Portofino

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Scott Morrison says affordable housing a Government priority

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These are Australia’s dodgiest rentals

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Collette in family shocker

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Primary Health Care to expand pathology offshore, creates property portfolio

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Leonard Warwick charged 30 years after family court bombings and shootings

More than 30 years after a string of family court bombings and shootings that terrorised Sydney, the only person ever identified as a suspect has been charged over the shocking crimes. Leonard John Warwick's DNA has been [Read entire story]