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Dozens dead in double bombing in Nigeria's Jos city

Leave Uber alone, says Senator Leyonhjelm

Waterfront office block sale sets new record for Newcastle

Tenders for Stingray Creek Bridge to go out next week

Forests destroyed in SA bushfires may not be replanted

Tonnes of asbestos dumped near Queensland highway

Seeney to green light super suburb

Cairns casino, resort development gets environmental nod from Qld...

Boko Haram likely behind Jos bombings: Nigerian state govt

Outback Rugby League clubs to continue driving anti-violence attitudes...

Concerns raised about cost of renaming Mid-Western Highway

Mr Fluffy asbestos: Parliamentary inquiry recommends NSW buyback,...

Local Kimberley farmers get a slice of Ord expansion pie

TAFE course fees to be hiked again, union fears

Government defends one week's notice for public transport changes in...

Perilya confident mining operations will be 'business as usual' under...

Single authority must take charge of Games to avoid cost blowouts, delays

Newman calls for tolerance after siege

Disability support provider Liviende goes into voluntary administration

More hail damage emerging after second storm hit Sunraysia

Vic government shuts down OLV

Western ringtail possum now on endangered list

Council dollars to help re-start flights to Mudgee

Republicans Subpoena MIT Economist for Obamacare Records

Growing calls for water safety and swim lessons

Farm lobby group calling for western Victorian freight rail upgrades

Martindale Hall: Community meeting demands clarity on mansion's future

Cutting funding for school chaplains a disgrace: Labor

Greens demand details of secret deal to cap Newcastle containers

Royal Adelaide Hospital contamination compensation claim rejected

Fisher by-election: Labor candidate Nat Cook in box seat for upset over...

Dungog mayor has no problem with foreign ownership of Tillegra Dam land

Audit reveals Geraldton is struggling financially as council staff offered...

Tourism survey reveals more visitors want a taste of Tasmania

Coles 'got off lightly' in ACCC case, says food consultant