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We hear you like our work: PM to voters

Malcolm Turnbull's colleagues believe he has secured his leadership of the party heading into a the next federal election due in 2019.

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Dec 17 2017
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Trad defends Queensland 'Robin Hood' tax

Queensland Treasurer Jackie Trad has dismissed claims her government's planned property tax will hurt the state's economy.

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Dec 17 2017
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Morrison to reveal smaller budget deficit

Economists expect Treasurer Scott Morrison will reveal an improved budget position when he hands down his mid-year review.

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Dec 17 2017
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Melbourne mayor denies...

Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle has declared his innocence while announcing he will stand down while being investigated over sexual harassment allegations.

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Dec 17 2017
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JA sorry if he...

John Alexander says he's sorry if he caused any offence in his victory speech when he joked about refusing a disabled parking permit because he still had pride.

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Dec 17 2017
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Mysterious deaths of...

Canadian billionaire and philanthropist Barry Sherman and his wife Honey, have been found dead in their Toronto mansion in suspicious circumstances.

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Dec 17 2017
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NSW man charged over North Korea brokering

A Sydney man been charged with brokering sales and discussing the supply of componentry of weapons of mass destruction to raise money for North Korea.

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Dec 17 2017
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Vic party balcony collapse leaves two dead

Two people have died and 17 are injured after a balcony collapsed in Melbourne's Doncaster East.

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Dec 17 2017
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Holt legacy overshadowed by disappearance

Fifty years after former prime minister Harold Holt vanished from a Victorian beach, he remains best known for his disappearance, not his politics.

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Dec 17 2017
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Labor sees policy work...

Labor says the result in the Bennelong by-election shows there are enough people willing to switch their votes that it has a chance at the next federal poll.

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Dec 17 2017
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Holt submarine theory...

Politicians have paid tribute to former Australian prime minister Harold Holt 50 years after he disappeared while swimming at a Victorian beach.

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Dec 17 2017
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Winds fuel...

The third-largest wildfire in California's history is threatening thousands of homes, including many in the wealthy town of Montecito outside Santa Barbara.

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Dec 17 2017
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