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Tas Parliament passes amended anti-workplace protest bill

Counter-terrorism laws pass Senate

Protesters rally against high-rise development near Coolum

Myanmar political leaders to hold talks on amending constitution

Arkansas, Mississippi gay marriage bans overturned

Baby Ferouz lawyers lobby PUP, Lambie as court reserves asylum decision

Zimbabwe ruling party to boost Mugabe's powers

Egypt to host major economic conference in March

Govt dumps permits for bushwalking groups

'Student Accommodation' a new Planning category for PMHC

Bill amendment gives NSW Aboriginal Land Council priority on gas...

New South Wales fishermen protest proposed industry reforms outside...

Zimbabwe's Mugabe tightens grip on party, to choose successor

'Woeful' Hull must make amends against Spurs, says Bruce

Dinner with Suu Kyi? - No thanks, say Myanmar military

Govt to restrict sale of e-cigarettes

ACTU to launch new asbestos compo fight

Transitional government appointed in Burkina Faso

Sri Lanka's Rajapaksa wins 2015 budget vote despite defections

Spain backs anti-graft laws as Rajoy tries to clean party image

Canberra light rail: ACT Government to use fast-track laws to avoid delays

NSW far south coast council votes to allow sale of guns and ammunition at...

India's Congress signals it could back Modi's insurance reform plan

Police Worry About 2nd Night of Violence

Fashion chain Gap in deal with online retailer Zalando

Street protests in Burkina Faso prompt minister's resignation

Aussie prop Slipper eager for World Cup revenge

China drafts first domestic violence law

Australia mulls tighter foreign property investment rules

Queensland parliament to debate wide-ranging water reforms

Bank of England scheme fails to increase lending to small UK firms

Ex-NY Islanders co-owner loses bid to cut 20-year prison term

DR Congo rethinks fiddling with constitution after Burkina revolt

Hamilton 1, Rosberg 2 in both Abu Dhabi practices

United sink Arsenal to make top-four return

Ferguson Braces for More Protests Over Shooting