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The former Border Force head advised her on applying for a job because "I think you have great talents ... and ... I love you", but she denied getting advice.
- by Angus Thompson
Police are conducting inquiries after a two-year-old child was found in a vehicle in Yass.
The education minister wept as she apologised to families affected by violence who had gathered in the chamber but pushed back against an inquiry.
- by Sherryn Groch
The former financial chief's false claims led the company to report earnings of almost $2 million in 2014 when the company had suffered a $9 million loss.
- by Elliot Williams
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However the Greens say Labor knew they wanted to refer the bill to a committee.
- by Katie Burgess
The cottage was nominated for the heritage register 19 years ago by a tenant who said it had rose plantings from 1948. Those roses are now nowhere to be seen.
- by Jasper Lindell
Tomomichi Takahashi stumbled into the business by chance, turning to it as a last resort when his consulting firm was on the ropes during the financial crisis.
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison defended US ambassador Joe Hockey in Parliament.
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The restaurant owner announced a ban on "electronic entertainment devices" after taking aim at nuisance diners.
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It’s time to reconfigure our social insecurity system
It is hard for us to imagine that we once felt proud that we could develop a social security system designed to prevent people from living in poverty.
- by Jasper Lindell
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- by Phil Hickey and Heather McNeill
- by Melissa Iaria
Two senior women from opposite sides of politics have bid farewell to Parliament.
- by Judith Ireland
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- by Dana McCauley
Two weeks after it was first reported as sold, the Kingston penthouse is now listed for rent.
- by Lucy Bladen
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- by Stephen Corby
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Woolworths and Stockland have joined other companies in pointing to soft consumer confidence.
- by Patrick Hatch, Simon Johanson, Nick Toscano and Carolyn Cummins
- by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Given the attacks it's had to wear politically, it's not surprising that Guthrie's ABC had a predilection for shows with the smallest possible targets for criticism.
- by Craig Mathieson
An almost 50-year-old interview has gone viral after resurfacing on Twitter.
- by Robert Moran
- by Christopher Scanlon
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- by Dr Nick Wilson
An electric skateboard sounds like an awesome idea, but if you don't already know how to ride you're going to need to start off very slow.
- by Cynthia Karena
The Brumbies have recruited Pat Cash's former sports psychologist to tap into a mental preparation resource.
- by Chris Dutton
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- by Caden Helmers