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An Australian teenager, nicknamed the 'Ginger Jihadi', has become a spokesman for the Islamic State.
Gough Whitlam - the only Australian Prime Minister to be dismissed from office by a Governor-General - has died this morning at the age of 98.
Mark Rutte will travel to Australia and Malaysia next month to discuss a probe into the downing of Malaysian flight MH17 in rebel-held east Ukraine.
Australia's foreign minister has reached a deal with Baghdad for the deployment of about 200 special forces to assist Iraqi troops in their fight against jihadists.
Firefighters in Sydney are trying to control a large blaze which has consumed two factories containing flammable liquids.
One of the world's most ground-breaking designers launched his new exhibition in the Melbourne National Gallery.
A specialist told Rosie that the ear has resolved itself and that she will be able to fly as earlier as tomorrow.
A species of extinct "giant kangaroos" may have walked instead of hopped, according to a new study.
Australia correspondent Tom McRae wraps up the week in news from across the Tasman - including the NSW storm, Abbott's challenge to Putin and the latest racist train rant.
Five hours after entering his high-rise apartment, Warriena Wright plunged off his balcony 14 storeys to her death. So was she pushed or did she fall? And how much can you blame Tinder for what happened?
Two travel insurance policies and no help - the mother and daughter stranded in Brisbane and unable to get home to Auckland.
An epic storm smashed into coastal New South Wales overnight, bringing rain, snow and cyclone-force winds.
Australia's Prime Minister is gearing up for a face-to-face confrontation with Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit.
At least one person has died in suburban Melbourne this afternoon after a light plane crash.
A teenager charged racially abusing a guard on a Brisbane train earlier this month has been released on conditional bail.
The death toll from Ebola has passed 4000, the World Health Organisation says.
Sue Allen Kovak is still in isolation after she returned to Australia from Sierra Leone where she had been treating patients with Ebola.
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