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The Oakbank Easter Carnival will again be the target of animal rights protesters, who say the event is cruel and should be stopped.

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Penalty rate cuts will cost ordinary workers hundreds of dollars over Easter, Bill Shorten warns, as he restarts his federal election campaign after a day off.

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison is set to announce $165 million in funding for health as the election campaign continues.

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Labor has reportedly written to Facebook demanding it take action on a campaign on the platform is says is spreading lies.

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Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service.

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Andrew Mallard, who spent 12 years in jail in WA for a murder he didn't commit, has been killed in an apparent hit and run in Los Angeles.

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Karratha Airport in Western Australia's Pilbara region has been reopened after being evacuated over a suspicious item that was brought in by a passenger.

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Scott Morrison has softened his stance on allowing the children of Australian IS fighters to return home, but it’s unclear if resources will be put in place to ensure their smooth re-entry.

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The first significant cold front of the year to hit WA has brought strong winds and chilly temperatures with the prospect of snow on the Stirling Range.

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A father has rescued his toddler son from a dingo that was dragging him off into the bush on Fraser Island in Queensland.

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What leaders Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten and their teams are up to in the federal election campaign on Friday, April 19, day 9.

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison is attending a Good Friday Church Service at St Charbel's Catholic Maronite Church in Punchbowl.

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Labor leader Bill Shorten has started Good Friday with the Salvation Army, handing out food to homeless people in Melbourne.

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Centre Alliance could stand in the way of Labor's plan to scrap franking credits if Bill Shorten is elected prime minister.

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Queensland Police are investigating if wet roads led to a motorbike crash that killed a Brisbane man in the early hours of Good Friday.

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The Bill that was set to legalise cannabis in the A.C.T. has been delayed after a referral to the Health Committee. read now...

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A family finally has closure 103 years after young Australian soldier Ralph Johnson died in the disastrous World War I battle of Fromelles.

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Despite a recent period of leadership instability, Labor has held the same leader for the last six years. Here's how the party has changed over time and what it stands for today.

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The Liberal election candidate for Victorian seat Corio is expected to be disendorsed by the party for not following rules in comments to the local newspaper.

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The NSW Liberal Party is scrambling to endorse two new election candidates after a delay in renouncing their citizenship.

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Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service.

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The Liberals have disendorsed a candidate in the safe Victorian Labor seat of Corio for breaking party rules in his comments to a local newspaper.

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Winnie the Wombat has died, with her Canberra zookeepers mourning the "high-spirited" marsupial believed to have been the world's oldest of her species at 32.

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Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack says he has faith in Nationals MP George Christensen now his frequent overseas trips have stopped.

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison played pool at an aged care home in a comfortable moment during a mostly uneventful first campaign week.

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Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten have exchanged fire over climate policy, tax and the size of budget cuts, but will have a break in hostilities for Easter.

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What leaders Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten and their teams are up to in the federal election campaign.

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What leaders Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten and their teams said today in the election campaign.

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Opposition leader Bill Shorten has deflected questions about whether or not a Labor federal government would bail the NT Government out of its budget problems.

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The coalition is set to announce a $25.6 million package for health services in Tasmania where Scott Morrison will campaign on Thursday.

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ScoMo has hit the ground running in his pursuit of becoming an elected prime minister. Listen in as he tells the Australian public why he should remain PM. read now...

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With the coming Federal Election campaign, perhaps we can reflect on a policy platform that would actually make a difference. read now...

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The Notre Dame Cathedral fire marks a turning-point after close to a millennium of spiritual affirmation and cultural pride, beckoning revival and a new beginning. read now...

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Former pilot Norm Sanders weighs in on why there's been a spate of recent aeroplane tragedies. read now...

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With property prices shaping up as a key election talking point, the Coalition and Labor continue to trade barbs over the Opposition’s planned changes to negative gearing and the capital gains tax discount. read now...

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Michelle Rowland has outlined Labor's NBN policy which will hopefully undo Australia's broadband fiasco, writes Laurie Patton. read now...

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Keeping the kids off the streets during school holidays can be a tricky prospect, so here's entertainment editor John Turnbull lending a hand by recommending some big-screen blockbusters to keep the family entertained. read now...

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This week, John Wren discusses the upcoming Federal Election, the Liberal's support for Adani and their scare campaign around Labor's electric vehicles policy. read now...

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Aside from the environmental factors with the Adani coal mine, there are also political and community concerns to be addressed. read now...

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It is only a matter of time before the alleged corruption within Peter Dutton's department is brought to light, writes Nauroze Anees. read now...

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It doesn’t come as a surprise that Labor’s plan for the NBN starts with a full-blown technical and financial review of the NBN. read now...

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If taxation policy is a declaration of a government’s agenda for the nation’s future prosperity, then this Budget is comprehensively bankrupt. read now...

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“It’s time to build a wall”, as infamously said by Donald Trump, has sparked debates all around the world about the issue of immigration. read now...

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It’s time for some outrageous action, as entertainment editor John Turnbull checks out a couple of international action flicks — the hyper-kinetic Triple Threat and the innovatively violent The Night Comes for Us. read now...

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Amidst the Brexit discussions, there has been a lack of focus on deeper issues such as child poverty and health. read now...

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A few short weeks after announcing it would reopen Christmas Island Detention Centre, the Government will now “save” around $1 billion by closing it again. read now...

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Facebook and the government of Singapore have announced plans to combat 'fake' news but can they be trusted not to abuse this power? read now...

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It’s difficult to see how there was ever any good reason for the mainstream media to give Pauline Hanson a platform. read now...

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That James Ashby is still anywhere near Australian politics beggars belief. read now...

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As Theresa May, her Conservative Government and Labour clamour for ascendancy after what has been a confusing, malicious and at times, barking mad, twenty-four months since the Brexit negotiations began, it shows that at least Australia’s political system remains relatively effective. read now...

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The Canberra Balloon Festival, part of this year's Enlighten Festival, was meant to be a joyous affair but, in reality, was far from it. read now...

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Recent days have signalled one definitive conclusion to a devious medical practitioner's reign of abuse. The brave survivor who helped bring him down ought to be commended. read now...

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The ban on Huawei products is a result of the power war between China and the USA, while the rest of us are the direct losers. read now...

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Following Al Jazeera’s revelations in How to Sell a Massacre, aired on Tuesday on the ABC, it is urgent that every party should preference Pauline Hanson’s One Nation last at the upcoming Federal election. read now...

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The success of the Berejiklian Government in the NSW Election signalled some relief and hope for her Party as the Federal Election approaches. read now...

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One of Australia's chief advocates for nuclear power Dr Adi Paterson, CEO of Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, (ANSTO), has done it again.  read now...

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Don't listen to the climate sceptics that say Australia's emissions are irrelevant to tackling climate change. Our contribution does matter — and it has real consequences for fighting this most urgent threat, writes Assistant Editor Nicholas Bugeja. read now...

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It’s time for some mindless violence and misandry (not really), as entertainment editor John Turnbull checks out two characters at the opposite ends of the power and moral spectrum, big screen blockbuster Captain Marvel and small screen psychopath The Punisher. read now...

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Australia's lack of interest in Commonwealth Day is a reflection of our desire to break from the royals and become a republic. read now...

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That a young boy cracked an egg at an obnoxious racist politician might be seen as amusing, but it may also be the catalyst we require. read now...

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As comic book superheroes and villains dominate screens big and small, entertainment editor John Turnbull checks out two long-awaited releases, manga adaptation Alita: Battle Angel and emo-inspired The Umbrella Academy. read now...

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