Shane Warne says London police have cleared him over claims he punched...

Australian cricket legend Shane Warne denies reports he assaulted a woman at a London nightclub.

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First Nauru and Manus Island refugees to leave for the United States

The Australian government is providing minimal detail of those who have so far passed the Americans’ “extreme vetting” and been approved to go, saying it is up to the US to do that.

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BUMSEX appears on same-sex marriage survey papers – redfaced ABS...

ABS claims cheeky code on marriage equality postal vote form was randomly generated by complex security algorithm.

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Aussie expats describe terror of Parsons Green bomb attack

As police question two suspects over the Parsons Green Tube attack, Australians share the fear of being caught up in yet another terrorist incident in London.

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Blast on London Underground confirmed as terror incident

An explosive device detonated on a Tube train at Parsons Green station in London is being treated by police as a terrorist attack.

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Marriage vote: how advocacy ads exploit our emotions in divisive debat...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Without an adequate counter from the Yes campaign – especially one offering more emotionally compelling messages – the advantages of the No campaign are likely to narrow the polling gap significantly.

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North Korea: who is the historical threat?

OPINION & ANALYSIS: For many people, the only reference point for what war with North Korea looks like is the ever-popular 70s television series M*A*S*H.

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“National scandal” as report shows soaring homelessness in England

Homelessness in England has grown massively, according to the National Audit Office.

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Hurricanes Irma and Harvey: very different storms, but both affected b...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: This very active season comes after a “hurricane drought” with very few major storms making landfall on the US coast over the previous decade. So why are we seeing so many hurricanes now? Is climate change to blame?

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Great white shark takes up residency in Sydney pool

This toothy predator has been given a home in an Aussie beachside pool.

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Deeper pizza, deep in the London Underground

Pizza-lovers treated to a taste of Papa John’s new ‘Papa’s Deep Crust’ in a most unusual dining experience at London’s deepest Tube station.

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High Court gives go-ahead for marriage equality ballot

Immediately after the decision, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull told parliament he encouraged every Australian to have their say in the ballot, repeated that he and his wife Lucy would be voting yes, and turned on Bill Shorten.

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Kim Jong-un’s nuclear ambition: what is North Korea’s endg...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: How to calibrate the response to North Korea has to start from recognising the fundamental importance of the weapons to North Korea, and more particularly to Kim’s leadership.

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North Korea earthquake points to most powerful nuclear test yet

North Korea says it has developed an advanced hydrogen bomb.

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Revealed: who supports marriage equality in Australia – and who does...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: There’s an overwhelming tide of support toward the rights of same-sex couples within Australian society. However, certain groups are clearly lagging behind in their support and will need further convincing.

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