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Sydney's Sculptures by the Sea has been delighting fans for almost 30 years.
There are fears Australians' privacy could be eroded by proposed laws that would allow the Government to collect metadata.
A fourth young man has been killed from the group of five school friends from Portsmouth who left the English town to fight with the Islamic State in Syria.
The president of the PGA, golf's governing body in the US, is now suddenly its former president, after a comment he made on social media got him sacked.
The cries of a woman trapped in a car that had crashed into trees were heard by a walker on a track.
President Petro Poroshenko's party is expected to come in first in Ukranian parliamentary elections but is likely to fall short of an absolute majority.
Steven Joyce is urging New Zealand universities to set up offshore to increase their international income.
The Picasso Museum in Paris has re-opened after a controversial, five year renovation to the 17th-century mansion in Paris's trendy Marais quarter.
New Zealand is the best place to raise a child globally, a survey of expats has found.
There's speculation that British comedian Russell Brand will challenge Boris Johnson in the next election for mayor of London.
IS fighters used mortar and heavy machine gun fire to attack Kurdish forces defending the Syrian side of Turkey's border crossing.
Russia is adjusting its time zones back to 11 from nine and turning back its clocks to winter time permanently.
The WHO has warned the situation in Mali is an emergency and says the biggest Ebola outbreak on record has now killed nearly 5000 people.
Holidaymakers planning their trip home after the long weekend are being urged to drive carefully, with rain forecast for much of the country on Labour Day.
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