Electoral Commission investigates One Nation over plane 0

Posted May 26, 2017 00:02:59 Photo: The plane is emblazoned with party leader Pauline Hanson’s face and the One Nation logo. (Supplied: One Nation) The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has

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Syrian man becomes third refugee resettled in Cambodia: reports 0

Posted May 25, 2017 22:46:06 The Australian Government has reportedly resettled a Syrian refugee from Nauru to Cambodia, as part of a $55 million deal struck three years ago. Key

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Bishop says US Secretary of State will visit Australia for AUSMIN 0

By Brigid Andersen Updated May 25, 2017 23:30:01 Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop says she expects US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and US Defence Secretary James Mattis to visit

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Philippines troops enter Marawi as insurgents take hostages, raise IS flag 0

Updated May 25, 2017 21:51:19 Photo: Government troops prepare to engage insurgents in Marawi City. (Reuters: Romeo Ranoco) Gunfire and explosions have rung out as army tanks packed with soldiers

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'I had round after round': What one-punch attacker told police 0

Updated May 25, 2017 21:25:40 Video: Hugh Garth was the first person in NSW to be convicted under so-called one-punch laws (ABC News) Map: Sydney 2000 Hugh Garth, the first

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Manchester authorities missed warning signs, Muslim community leader says 0

Updated May 25, 2017 21:37:26 Video: Claims Manchester authorities missed warning signs (7.30) A Muslim community leader in Manchester claims authorities missed warning signs about suspected bomber Salman Abedi. Mohammed

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Potential life-saving First Responder app rolled out across WA 0

Updated May 25, 2017 20:31:33 Photo: St John Ambulance receives thousands of calls every day. (ABC News: Sarah Collard) Map: Perth 6000 A free app that enables potentially life-saving first

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UK authorities investigate Adebi's links to Islamic State in Libya 0

Posted May 25, 2017 19:47:51 British intelligence authorities are investigating links between Salman Abedi, the suspected Manchester bomber, and radical Islamist groups in Libya. Abedi, 22, was the son of

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Police urged to get more aggressive with terrorists 0

By Richard Martin Posted May 25, 2017 19:35:48 The NSW Police force needs to forget traditional tactics and get more aggressive if it wants to better counter terrorists, a former

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NT and SA to consider prisoner swaps to relieve overcrowding 0

Posted May 25, 2017 19:27:35 Prisoner-swapping between the Northern Territory and South Australia is being explored by both jurisdictions in an effort to reduce overcrowding in jails. Both first ministers

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