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Waratah keeps on through hard times thanks to the passion of the old and...

Three Israelis charged with torching Jerusalem Arab-Jewish school

Review: The play 'Pocatello' serves up family dysfunction

Israel arrests members of Jewish extremist group

'Saving Private Ryan' among films being preserved

Parma in new hands: owner

Father who took baby boy from home is found safe in Canberra

Nissan recalls autos in Mexico to check Takata air bags

Armed gangs sowing terror in northern Ivory Coast

Sequel to Mandela's autobiography to be published in 2015

Homes under threat, person missing as crews battle out-of-control blazes

Saudi billionaire prince to launch Arab news channel

First lady wants sleep for Christmas, possibly PJs

Injured Eagles quarterback Foles still not ready for return

Chrysler expands Takata passenger-side air bag recall in U.S.

Rogen defends satirising North Korean leader in 'The Interview'

Suspect charged in LuxLeaks tax scandal

Royal Trophy 'postponed' just days before tee off

Rory's the story in golf after stellar year

Hong Kong leader declares Occupy protest 'over' as last site cleared

NYC premiere of Rogen film canceled as threats fly

Expert: Firms Vulnerable to Sony-like Attacks

Belgian queen Fabiola's funeral draws world royalty

Hanyu fights back to lead GP final

Hazard, Costa give Chelsea 2-0 win over Hull

Houthis block Yemen army chief, accuse president of corruption

Oil tumbles after brief rebound Brent back below $60

End game: No immigration deal, just divisions

Hong Kong left deeply polarised by protests: analysts

Russia’s richest lose $10 billion in two days as ruble collapses

Abe emerging as a rare strong leader in Japan

Now that Detroit museum has been saved, go see it

Rouble collapse buffets Asian carmakers' big Russia bets

Occupy Hong Kong’s End Start of ‘Permanent’ Political Unrest

Marathon bombing survivors prepare for charity's closing

Patrons mourn clothing-optional status of New Orleans club after rape claim

Obama, Warren emerge as potential political foils