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An Australian journalist will be deported from Indonesia after being caught covering the story of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan without the correct visa.
The case of an Australian woman charged with the capital crime of drug trafficking in Malaysia has been pushed back by a month.
Australian rocker Daniel Johns has been fined and banned from the road after pleading guilty to a drink driving charge.
A 27-year-old man found dead on a north Queensland street in suspicious circumstances was a New Zealand citizen, police say.
The Blacks Caps play Australia in this Saturday's eagerly anticipated World Cup match, but memories of a much lower and slower delivery come to the surface.
An Australian who travelled to Syria to join Kurds battling jihadists has been killed, a monitor says.
Only in Australia would a teenage boy come home from school to find a koala behind the wheel of the family car – and yes, it happened.
A new type of beehive has been invented in Australia, and even Kiwi apiarists are impressed.
A legal challenge to the Indonesian President's rejection of clemency of the Bali Nine ringleaders has been dismissed by the Administrative Court in Jakarta.
Russell Crowe turned down the chance to present a prize at the Oscars because he wanted to watch his beloved Australian rugby league team play in a crucial match.
Residents of the coastal Queensland town of Yeppoon have returned home to assess the damage caused by Cyclone Marcia.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott says there's a need for stricter checks in the citizenship process following the Sydney cafe siege.
It made landfall as a category four cyclone, and Marcia has left a trail of destruction over central Queensland.
A powerful cyclone roared ashore in a heavily populated area of Australia with authorities warning of a "calamity".
Two cyclones are roaring in Australia, with residents scrambling for shelter as one of the tempests rapidly picks up intensity.
A former Guantanamo Bay detainee says he's relieved he has finally been declared innocent by a US military court of providing support for terrorism.
Vigils have been held across Australia in a show of support for two Australian inmates facing execution in Indonesia.
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