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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The land Down Under is brimming with investment possibilities

The Australian economy has a 1.80% year-on-year GDP growth rate. The country’s interest rate is 1.50%, and the inflation rate is 1.30%.

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Year in Review: FactCheck and the weasel-words, cherry-picking and overstatements of 2016

Bald-faced lies are, thankfully, fairly rare in Australian politics. Being caught in an outright fib or blooper is still seen as shameful. The problem in Australia is that facts and statistics are frequently twisted to paint a misleading picture.

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Driver ‘petrified’ by Red-Bellied Black Snake hitching a ride to the Outback on her car [WATCH]

VIDEO: Check out this deadly Aussie emerge from the bonnet of the car as it drives across the summer plains.

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Kevin Rudd: reflections on a troubled country and a troubled world

OPINION: “We live in a deeply unsettled world, where once again the great questions of war and peace rumble across the international headlines, casually, almost as a matter of routine, as if we have become inoculated to their actual meaning,” says former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, arguing there are two competing visions for Australia’s future.

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10 great tips if you are visiting Australia on holiday

Sun, sand, surf, tips-free meals and a farewell tax refund can all be yours, Down Under.

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Why Trump is right, and wrong, about killing off the TPP

OPINION: So-called “free trade deals” have become less and less about opening markets and more about entrenching monopolies. Australia is also a member of the proposed TPP and, like America, stands to benefit from the deal’s abandonment.

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Refugees: Sentenced FROM Australia to the USA for the term of your natural life

OPINION: Sentenced from Australia for the term of your natural life, regifted to USA, our huddled refugee masses yearning to breathe free, writes TESS LAWRENCE.

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Melbourne targetted in new ISIS propaganda video

Australia’s second biggest city has been highlighted in a new call to arms video by Islamic State.

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Stunning new findings date human arrival in Outback to 49,000 years ago

Incredible new research from remote Flinders cave puts human habitation of Australia’s interior back 10,000 earlier than thought and offers evidence that man co-existed with megafauna.

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Aussie tourism London beach stunt for backpackers falls a bit flat

A pop-up beach at London’s Victoria Station to promote working holidays in Australia. A few problems though – no sand, no surf and the life savers were all poms.

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Dreamworld horror: four people dead after ride malfunction

“Theme parks are a place for family fun and happiness, not tragedy. This is a very, very, sad, tragic event.” – Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on the fatal accident at Dreamworld.

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