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Govt allays fears of flu vaccine shortage

The federal government says 800,000 additional doses of the flu vaccine will be available by the middle of July, ahead of the peak period for transmission.

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May 26 2018
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Wage theft, work death to be crimes in Vic

A re-elected Labor government will criminalise workplace manslaughter and wage theft in Victoria, meaning bosses could face time behind bars.

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May 26 2018
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Govt says tax cuts to favour middle class

New figures show the Turnbull government's $144 billion in tax cuts will largely favour middle income earners.

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May 26 2018
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Dozens hurt in more Gaza border protests

In an escalation of the Gaza borer protests after a lull, dozens of Palestinians were wounded by Israeli gunfire and tear gas as they approached the fence.

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May 26 2018
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Canada restaurant...

Canadian police are hunting the two men suspected of detonating a bomb in a restaurant, injuring 15 people, but don't believe it was an act of terrorism.

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May 26 2018
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WA blazes downgraded...

Firefighters are still battling a string of bushfires in Western Australia's south that have destroyed at least one home and buildings at a holiday-stay farm.

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May 26 2018
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Aust urges Russia to...

Australia has requested the Russian Federation begin negotiations about reparations now the country has been found responsible for the downing of MH17.

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May 26 2018
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Godfreys CEO doesn't rule out TV ad return

John Hardy, who was chief executive of Godfreys from 1983 to 2010 and then again from mid-2016 to 2017, has again been appointed to the head role.

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May 26 2018
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Tiahleigh's murderer starts his life term

Queensland foster father Rick Thorburn was supposed to protect 12-year-old Tiahleigh Palmer but he killed her in a sinister plan to cover his son's crimes.

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May 26 2018
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Film mogul Weinstein charged with rape

Harvey Weinstein will plead not guilty to rape and sex abuse charges, his lawyer says; the film mogul, out on $US1 million bail, has surrendered his passport.

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May 26 2018
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Trump on Korea:...

What was off is on again, with US President Donald Trump saying there is still a chance the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un could happen on June 12.

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May 26 2018
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Minister to open new...

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is in Vietnam this weekend for bilateral talks and will be opening a bridge that Australia helped finance.

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May 26 2018
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Aust holds Russia...

Australia has notified the Russian Federation that it holds it responsible for its role in the downing of MH17.

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May 25 2018
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Nun defies order to leave Philippines

Australian nun Sister Patricia Fox is defying an order to leave the Philippines, with the Catholic Church and her supporters hoping she won't be arrested.

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May 25 2018
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Bomb in Canadian restaurant injures 15

A bomb has been set off in a restaurant in the Canadian city of Mississauga, wounding 15 people, with three in a critical condition.

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May 25 2018
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NSW builder found guilty of 2011 murder

A NSW jury has found a Sydney builder guilty of the 2011 murder of his neighbour and one of his two co-accused accused guilty of being accessory after the fact.

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May 25 2018
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Godfreys CEO doesn't...

John Hardy, who was chief executive of Godfreys from 1983 to 2010 and then again from mid-2016 to 2017, has again been appointed to the head role.

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May 25 2018
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Westpac admits loan...

Westpac has told a royal commission its Bank of Melbourne business was wrong to withhold a customer's funds while it fixed its own loan error.

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May 25 2018
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WA Labor pick quits...

Labor's candidate for the WA state seat of Darling Range has resigned just days after being endorsed and having the accuracy of her online resume questioned.

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May 25 2018
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