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Rhiannon hits back on Greens schools split

Greens senator Lee Rhiannon insists her actions over funding for schools have been faithful to the party's policies and processes.

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Bishop leaves for historic Americas visit

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop will become the first Australian foreign minister to visit Panama, and she's also dropping in on Colombia, Cuba and Argentina too.

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Jun 25 2017
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ALP says school funding plan is affordable

Labor says it can afford the $17 billion needed to properly invest in children's education after the Turnbull government's Gonski 2.0 plan passed parliament.

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Jun 25 2017
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Flat Wall Street to lead Australian shares

Australian shares will open flat on Monday with "second tier data" expected for the week and following modest gains led by tech stocks on Wall Street.

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Jun 25 2017
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Speed camera...

All speed and red light camera fines in Victoria have been suspended and a major investigation is underway after a virus infected the system.

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Jun 25 2017
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Sack ministers who...

A Labor frontbencher has called for three Turnbull government ministers to be sacked after they avoided contempt charges in a Victorian court.

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Jun 25 2017
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Controversial CPA CEO...

Accountancy association CPA Australia has parted ways with high-profile CEO Alex Malley after weeks of controversy.

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Jun 25 2017
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The new challenge facing Solomon Islands

The 14-year-old Australian-led Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands is wrapping up at the end of this week.

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Jun 25 2017
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Solomon Islands rescue mission wraps up

The 14-year-old Australian-led Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands is wrapping up at the end of this week.

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Jun 25 2017
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Solomon Islands rescue mission explained

The 14-year-old Australian-led Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands is wrapping up at the end of this week.

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Jun 25 2017
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Turnbull gives...

Following Andrew Robb's dire review of the Liberal Party's campaigning in the last election, the party has launched a new website to sell their message.

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Jun 25 2017
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Morrison goes easy on...

Treasurer Scott Morrison refused to rule on South Australia's new bank levy when asked at the Liberal Party federal council meeting on Saturday.

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Jun 25 2017
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UK parliament targeted...

Britain's parliament is taking measures to ward off a cyber attack.

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Jun 25 2017
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NSW treasurer calls SA bank levy 'lazy'

NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet won't be joining his South Australian counterpart in proposing a state levy on banks.

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Jun 25 2017
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White Ferns find form with Sri Lanka win

Suzie Bates starred with bat and Holly Huddleston with the ball as the White Ferns cruised to a nine-wicket win in their first women's World Cup match.

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Jun 25 2017
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More UK high-rises found unsafe

More high-rise buildings in England have been found to have unsafe cladding after four London tower blocks were evacuated so fire-safety upgrades can be done.

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Jun 25 2017
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Joyce to honour London...

Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce will lay a wreath at London's Borough Market to remember the two Australian victims of the city's most recent terror attack.

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Jun 25 2017
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NSW Police to form...

The NSW Police Force will merge its gangs unit to form an elite squad to investigate underworld crime.

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Jun 25 2017
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China landslide...

Around 141 people are missing after rain triggered a landslide in Sichuan province, Chinese state media said.

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Jun 25 2017
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