Brave waitress drags huge goanna out of restaurant by the tail [WATCH]

VIDEO: Only in Australia is goanna wrangling a handy skill for restaurant staff to have on their resume’.

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The gap of Indigenous disadvantage is being closed too slowly: report

Successes being achieved, but progress nationally is too slow, says new Closing The Gap report

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So ‘Strayan: Top bloke rescues road crew in heatwave with special delivery [WATCH]

VIDEO: “I feel like I have just cured disease in the world! I’m on for a Nobel Peace Prize, for sure.” Not quite mate, but bloody goodonya anyway…

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Three things you didn’t know about telecom tech in Australia

Australia is one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world. 

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“Prepare for war” Baldwin’s Trump tells Australia [WATCH]

VIDEO: Donald Trump’s now infamous call with Malcolm Turnbull ends in a hysterical threat of war, on SNL.

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Trump blasts Turnbull and hangs up in “worst call by far”

Donald Trump reportedly hung up on Malcolm Turnbull over refugee deal in testy phone call, accusing Australia of trying to export “the next boston bombers”.

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Australia asks Trump for dual nationals exemption from immigration ban

Julie Bishop says Australia requests the same preferential treatment afforded the UK and Canada for dual nationals caught up in Donald Trump’s harsh new immigration ban.

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Australia Day plane crash: aircraft plunges into Perth river [WATCH]

VIDEO: Shocking footage as a light plane crashes into the Swan River during Australia Day celebrations, killing both the pilot and passenger, in front of thousands of horrified onlookers.

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Trump issues special Australia Day message

President Donald Trump celebrates Australia Day and close ties, in the same week he pulls out of TPP and threatens to end visa-waiver program.

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Australia Day means even more to expats in London

It’s our great patriotic duty to demonstrate our pride by making Australia Day all it can be for everyone living so far from home. But most importantly, celebrating Australia Day when we’re miles from home is going to remind us to appreciate every little thing that much more when we eventually return back to the greatest country on Earth.

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Changing Australia Day is pointless – and there is much to celebrate

OPINION: I certainly don’t see what happened at the time of the invasion as worthy of celebrating – nobody does. But I celebrate on January 26 with thousands of others for a quite different reason – because Australia is a great country to live in.

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Vegemite true blue Aussie owned again, after $460 million deal

Bega Cheese has taken ownership of the iconic Australian spread brand Vegemite, bringing it back home after decades of foreign ownership.

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Australian Open Tennis 2017: is a homegrown champion possible this year?

With declining participation figures and courts disappearing, will the glory days of Aussie tennis just remain in the past? A good run by Kyrgios or big Bernie could rekindle interest. Let’s be optimistic. C’mon!

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Australia records first trade surplus in three years

At a time when a lot of the world is facing economic and political uncertainty, Australia is doing relatively well

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