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BOJ to stand pat as Abe's poll win offers hope in deflation fight

Aboriginal woman in prison 'made to go without medication for days'

Liverpool held by Arsenal, Marseille top in France

Bayern hosts Freiburg in Bundesliga

PSG draws 0-0 against Montpellier amid booing

Arsenal's top-4 consistency a target for Liverpool

European roundup - City and Barca turn heat up on leaders

Samoa cyclone death toll rising

ACCC blocks carsales-TradingPost deal

Electoral College vote affirms Obama re-election

Messi passes Pele's goals in 1 year as Barca wins

Suarez's goal gives Liverpool draw with Newcastle

Black Friday creeps into Thursday

Fowler, Mahan have a different cup in mind

Republicans poised for gains in governor's races

Rio Tinto eyes huge growth

Iron ore prices to average $US130 in 2013

Minn. $500 tax rebate plan proves hard sell

McConnell upset by christening

Halep beats Kvitova to win New Haven Open

Inflation barely moves in August: TD

Bird flies home with back injury

Reserve Bank of Australia leaves official interest rate unchanged at 2.5...

AP IMPACT: Little restraint in military giveaways

Negredo sends City to Wembley in style

Forgotten Voice among six Geelong Cup runners seeking Melbourne Cup start

Share market closes higher as RBA keeps rates steady

David Jones sales increase by 2.1 per cent to $424 million in first quarter

Water, power complaints rise in NSW

5 thoughts from Champions League games

Tony Abbott plays down concerns about self-managed super pushing up...

Keane scores hat trick, sets Irish games record

Official figures show a modest increase in housing, personal and business...

Davis hits 31st homer as Orioles beat Yankees 4-2

Bashing victim's mum starts social media campaign to end waterfront...

Poaching problem: Number of elephant orphans rises

Cats to make AFL history under lights

Steady rates expected from RBA

PSG's long unbeaten run brought to an end

Anti-bikie laws bound to backfire: lawyer

Marathon deaths prompt review of security policy