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SA swelters on third day of extreme heat

South Australian hospitals treated more than 50 people for health-related illnesses as the state sweltered through a third day of extreme temperatures.

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Gladys says 'no' to Australia Day change

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says she doesn't want the date of Australia Day changed but notes the importance of recognising indigenous culture.

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Jan 19 2018
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Vic government denies stacking MFB board

The Victorian government has denied stacking the MFB board to push through a controversial pay deal.

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Jan 19 2018
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Stepping off a Bourke St tram into chaos

Australian Associated Press journalist Luke Costin was on a tram in Melbourne's CBD one year ago when a car raced through Bourke St, hitting dozens of people.

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Jan 19 2018
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Tough times loom for...

Morningstar analyst Brian Han expects the TV industry to record "pretty challenging" results this earnings period, despite a lift in the advertising market.

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Jan 19 2018
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Bourke St workers...

Workers along Melbourne's busy Bourke Street Mall have recalled their terror at seeing pedestrians run down by a speeding car one year ago.

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Jan 19 2018
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Ledger lives on, a...

Heath Ledger's family always talk about his love for his daughter Matilda, his generous soul, energy and larrikin Aussie personality.

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Jan 19 2018
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Former diplomat accused of sexual assault

Sir Trevor Garland, who served as honorary consul to the Solomon Islands, is accused of sexually assaulting a man in Sydney.

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Jan 19 2018
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PM Turnbull weighs up 2018 election

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull wants to focus on the economy and national security in 2018, but there are other issues vying for attention.

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Jan 19 2018
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Stronger economy could lead to rate rise

As businesses gear up for the new year, all eyes will be on whether the economy grows above expectations and forces a cash rate rise.

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Jan 19 2018
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Baby killed as car...

An eight-month-old child has died after being hit by a car in Brazil that went out of control after the driver had a seizure.

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Jan 19 2018
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RFG faces possible...

Legal firm Bannister Law is looking at launching a class action against the Retail Food Group on behalf of franchisees.

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Jan 19 2018
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Charges dropped in...

Dozens of charges have been dropped against people who protested at the inauguration of US President Donald Trump.

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Jan 19 2018
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Liberal reformers question Ruddock push

Ahead of a meeting to determine the NSW Liberals' new executive, party reformers say there's a danger that change could be shelved.

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Jan 19 2018
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'Truly missed', family of slain backpacker

The family of 'much-loved' 22-year-old UK backpacker Amelia Blake killed in a suspected murder-suicide in Sydney says she will be missed by all who knew her.

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Jan 19 2018
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Pope met by protests, burned churches

The pope has faced protests and a level of hostility unheard of in modern times for a papal visit.

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Jan 19 2018
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Lung cancer biggest...

Lung cancer has overtaken breast cancer as the biggest cancer killer of Victorian women, new data from Cancer Council Victoria reveals.

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Jan 19 2018
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I am no trailblazer:...

NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced she is pregnant and the baby is due in June.

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Jan 19 2018
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Kids rescued from...

A 15-month-old was taken to hospital after being accidentally trapped in a car in Victoria after scorching temperatures hit much of the state.

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Jan 19 2018
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