Keep calm and get a grip Christopher Pyne: The people are revolting!

OPINION: Peaceful activism and protest is our right so keep calm and get a grip, Christopher, writes TESS LAWRENCE.

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Government gives Greens $100 million for Landcare to get backpacker ta...

The settlement follows days of confusion, with key players changing position, and months of uncertainty for farmers.

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Protesters halt parliament; glue themselves to handrails

Question Time was suspended on Wednesday amid chaotic scenes as pro-refugee activists disrupted the chamber.

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Australian ‘backpacker tax’ agreed at 15%

Treasurer Scott Morrison says so-called ‘backpacker tax’ negotiations will be finalised “this week”.

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Peter Dutton: Donald Trump’s Australian half brother

OPINION: Peter Dutton, the minister for crimmigration and incrimmigration, has a distaste and contempt for refugees that borders on hate, writes TESS LAWRENCE.

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Baby marmosets safe; brothers plead guilty to monkey theft

The cute little baby Pygmy Marmosets that had zoo keepers and the nation in distress have been recovered and their kidnappers aprehended.

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Meet Daniel, the dead-set suburban Aussie undies hero, mate [WATCH]

VIDEO: This interview with Brisbane local Daniel McConnell describing how he took chase after some suspected crims, dressed only in his underpants, is the best Aussie viral thing in the world this week, mate.

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Bali schoolies drug suspect walks free after powder tests negative

Jamie Murphy “very lucky” says Kuta police cheif after tests show powder was “medicine, not drugs”

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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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Aussie schoolies teen arrested in Bali for suspected drug posession

Schoolies has gone very sour for a Perth teen who is now in the custody of Indonesian police for allegedly posessing a baggy of suspicious white powder.

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Facebook’s problem is more complicated than fake news

OPINION: Do Facebook’s filtering algorithms explain why so many liberals had misplaced confidence in a Clinton victory? And is the fake news being circulated on Facebook the reason that so many Trump supporters have endorsed demonstrably false statements made by their candidate?

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Refugees: Sentenced FROM Australia to the USA for the term of your nat...

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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A Brexit strategy that could unite UK’s parliaments and keep Britain...

OPINION: Nearly six months after the UK’s vote to leave the EU, the path to Brexit is still uncharted.

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WARNING: Latest HMRC telephone scams

Watch out for the fraudsters contacting you too and posing as HMRC money laundering investigators.

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