Woman’s body found on NSW north coast

THE body of a woman, believed to be a missing Canadian national, has been found in bushland on the NSW northern coast. [Read entire story]

Flight Centre eyes China for expansion

TRAVEL company Flight Centre has boosted its first half profit by 16 per cent and is eyeing opportunities to expand in China and Europe. [Read entire story]

Leaders moved by ovarian cancer survivor

PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have been touched by the story of an ovarian cancer survivor. [Read entire story]

N Korea satellite prompts Japan sanctions

JAPAN has imposed sanctions on North Korea following its satellite launch. [Read entire story]

Joint Korean factory operation suspended

NORTH Korea has had an important source of revenue cut off as the South suspends operations at a jointly-run factory following a rocket launch. [Read entire story]

ASIO chief: Australian IS fighters highly expendable

While the number of Australians fighting in Syria and Iraq has fallen, the conflicts continue to resonate here, ASIO chief Duncan Lewis says. [Read entire story]

Truckie feared dead after fiery Vic smash

POLICE will conduct forensic tests to determine if a missing truck driver involved in a fiery fatal head-on crash in Victoria died in his charred cabin. [Read entire story]

Age of terrorism suspects trending down

THE nation's security agencies remain concerned about the age of individuals on the radar in relation to terrorism, AFP commissioner Andrew Colvin says. [Read entire story]

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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Former governor-general Peter Hollingworth apologises to abuse victim

The former leader of Brisbane's Anglican church, Peter Hollingworth, admits he poorly handled a complaint of sexual abuse by a priest and has apologised to the victim. [Read entire story]

Dutch police train eagles to snatch enemy drones

Dutch police puzzling over how to remove drones that pose a public safety threat are testing a way to get the job done in one fell swoop - with trained eagles. [Read entire story]

Dozens of cattle die on Tas-Vic ship

VICTORIAN and Tasmanian authorities are investigating how 59 out of a herd of 200 cattle were killed in a Bass Strait ship crossing. [Read entire story]

China ‘concerned’ at N Korea launch plan

CHINA'S Foreign Ministry has expressed concern about North Korea's reported plans to launch a satellite, and called for restraint. [Read entire story]

Sydney abuse victim speaks of shame, guilt

A YOUNG man abused by a Sydney pedophile has told a court of the lasting pain and destruction it has caused. [Read entire story]

Juror discharged in Jamie Gao trial

THE 15-member panel hearing the NSW Supreme Court murder trial of Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara has been reduced to 14. [Read entire story]

Text Messages May Prompt People to Take Their Meds

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Australian driver deliberately killed 17 kangaroos: Group

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Academy President ‘heartbroken and frustrated’ over lack of diversity in Oscars

Following days of backlash after the Academy unveiled an all-white roster of acting nominees for the 2016 Oscars, Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs released a statement Monday night addressing the controversy. [Read entire story]

'Shots fired' at Sydney police station

A person has reportedly been shot at Quakers Hill police station in Sydney's west, with police confirming an operation is underway. [Read entire story]

Revenant takes top spot at Aust box office

STAR Wars: The Force Awakens has had to settle for second place after The Revenant took more than $3 million at the Australian box office. [Read entire story]

Teen charged over Sydney Opera House security scare

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House lost but crews on top of Vic blaze

ALTHOUGH a house has been lost in a bushfire in central Victoria, a senior CFA manager has praised crews for their brave battle to contain the blaze. [Read entire story]

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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Comm Games tender call unlikely to change

COMMONWEALTH Games Minister Stirling Hinchliffe has indicated a US-based company which won a tender for the Gold Coast event will likely keep its contract. [Read entire story]

Media reforms coming soon: Fed govt

THE Turnbull government will introduce new media reforms to parliament in the first part of the year, Communications Minister Mitch Fifield has confirmed. [Read entire story]

Five-year-old boy drowns by sea wall

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Bring it on: Lazarus, on election threat

CROSSBENCH senator Glenn Lazarus says he won't be "blackmailed" about the threat of a double-dissolution over union changes. [Read entire story]

Oatley family thank Australia for tributes

BOB Oatley's family have released a statement thanking everyone for their kind words and tributes following the death of the 87-year-old on Sunday. [Read entire story]

Cyclone Ula: Tonga declares state of emergency, Fiji braces for impact

A category-three cyclone is battering Tonga after wreaking havoc on the low-lying island of Tuvalu. [Read entire story]

Syrian, Iraqi militants said to have planned New Year attack in Munich

Germany received a tip hours before midnight that militants from Iraq and Syria were planning New Year attacks in Munich but police could not find the suspects and are not even sure if they exist or are in the country, [Read entire story]

Woman stable after suspected drug overdose

A YOUNG woman is in a stable condition after a suspected drug overdose at Sydney's Field Day festival on New Year's Day. [Read entire story]

Vic govt grants to help wildlife rehab

VICTORIAN wildlife shelters and carers will be able to apply for a $500 grant from the Victorian government to treat animals hurt in the bushfires. [Read entire story]