Justice minister Florin Iordache resigns after protests

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West Bank: ‘One day on my land is worth a lifetime’

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Forced council amalgamations could be scrapped in NSW Government backflip

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The Everest: Sydney to hold ‘richest turf race in the world’

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Brexit: Can the UK get a better deal?

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Year of the Rooster: Chinese New Year 2017

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World record on the line at Dumpling Championships

Most visitors to one of Din Tai Fung’s CBD eateries would be familiar with the urge to reach across the table for just one more dumpling, despite being well past the point of feeling full. But a group of competitive [Read entire story]

Lunar eats set to satisfy Sydney

Whether it’s the Year of the Rooster, Monkey, Dragon, or any of the 12 animals of the zodiac, there are three common elements at every Chinese New Year celebration: family, friends and food. And with some of the world’s [Read entire story]

Everton thrash Manchester City 4-0 to all but end Pep Guardiola’s title chances

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Woman under police guard in hospital after Belmore unit fire

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Hafeez hails bowlers for ‘special’ win – cricket.com.au

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Insiders say Sinodinos is ‘what the doctor ordered’ for health – The Australian

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Man shot in Jannali, Sydney after ‘altercation between a number of males’, police say

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A-League: Western Sydney Wanderers denied penalty against Sydney FC in derby draw

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Protests mark Tunisian revolution’s sixth anniversary

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Week of anti-Trump protests kicks off in Washington, DC

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Workers ‘forced to watch’ child porn

TWO Microsoft workers who claim they were told to take “walks and smoke breaks” to deal with the stress of watching child porn are suing the company. [Read entire story]

The threat we can no longer ignore

WE live in a world full of risks but which is the biggest? All is revealed in the World Economic Forum’s latest Global Risks Report. [Read entire story]

Pauline Hanson’s ‘pain in her backside’

PAULINE Hanson has described Rod Culleton as a “pain in the backside”, and despite being disqualified from the Senate he’s continuing to cause her pain. [Read entire story]

Tigerair chaos as Bali flights cancelled

HUNDREDS of travellers’ holiday plans are in disarray after all Tigerair flights in and out of Bali were cancelled again today and early tomorrow. [Read entire story]

Trump’s secretary of state pick faces confirmation

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‘Complete ignorance’: Jetstar slammed for kicking seat-swapping families off Bali flight – Yahoo7 News

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’I don’t want to die here, not alone’

THE Afghan Taliban has released a video showing an Australian hostage pleading with the US government to negotiate with his captors. [Read entire story]

RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today

A 500-YEAR-OLD prophecy made by ‘Italian Nostradamus’ Matteo Tafuri appears to be coming true, sparking fears the world is about to end. [Read entire story]

Donald Trump blasts US intel for ‘fake’ Russia dossier

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Trump concedes Russia likely hacked DNC, attacks US intelligence agencies over leaks – The Sydney Morning Herald

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Galaxies collide in stunning picture

A NEW image captured by NASA Hubble space telescope shows ‘doomed duo’ galaxies colliding and then trying to destroy one another. [Read entire story]

Apple’s biggest product since the iPhone

APPLE could be set to make its biggest new product announcement since the iPhone, with the company believed to be working on a game changer. [Read entire story]

George Michael ‘loved my brother’

THE brother of George Michael’s Australian boyfriend has rejected claims the hairdresser was a ‘leech’, saying the couple were very much in love. [Read entire story]

Superpowers wage war over nuclear threat

NORTH Korea and the US are trading threats over a nuclear weapon with huge destructive potential. But Trump’s latest response just made it worse. [Read entire story]

Two million reasons to roll out the red carpet

Tens of thousands of passengers will be welcomed by city ambassadors as more international cruise ships than ever before sail into Sydney this summer, including the largest cruise vessel to ever enter our harbour. With [Read entire story]

Mailbox safety to prevent identity theft and fraud

The City of Sydney is calling for new design standards on apartment mailboxes to protect residents from identity theft and fraud. In a submission to Standards Australia, the City of Sydney has called for the existing [Read entire story]

Activist Najeeb Rajab to remain in custody

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Dense winter fog blankets Arab Gulf countries

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