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Lockdown has been lifted and a student arrested after threats were made to Miami High School on Australia's Gold Coast.
Two weeks before Christmas, lone gunman Man Haron Monis held 17 people hostage inside central Sydney's Lundt Café on Martin Place - an inquest is underway to determine what really happened.
A big shock came when hosts Cate Blanchett and Deborah Mailman opened the envelope to read out the winner for best film.
Internationally renowned Wellington-born Australian author Colleen McCullough has reportedly died.
Staff at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne have been trying to find a cure for peanut and potentially other food allergies.
An inquest into the December siege of the Lindt Chocolat Café in central Sydney has found one of the victims was killed by police bullet fragments, and the other was shot by the gunman.
Yesterday it was Rafael Nadal, today it's Venus Williams, as the big names continue to fall at the Australian Open.
Ian Smith, known for playing Harold Bishop in Aussie soap Neighbours, has made a short film as part of an education drive called Ask Grandad.
Fiji soldiers exposed to radiation during British nuclear tests in the Pacific more than 56 years ago are finally to receive compensation.
Social media websites Facebook and Instagram are back online after an apparent worldwide shutdown.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has been widely mocked after making Prince Philip a Knight of Australia, with even his own MPs questioning his judgement.
Artist Ben Quilty has organised Music For Mercy to support two Australians as they await the death penalty in Indonesia.
A man has been charged over the indecent assault of a teenage girl at a Sydney YG + Ty Dolla $ign concert.
On April 17, 2005, a group of nine Australians were arrested in Bali for planning to smuggle 8.3kgs of heroin with a street value of around AU$4 million into Australia.
Scientists have discovered what's causing one of the world's largest glaciers to melt much faster than others nearby.
A west Sydney council and Maori group hope a marae and multi-million dollar sports complex will attract the Warriors and All Blacks when they're in town.
A TV presenter at the Melbourne Open is under fire for asking a female player to do "a twirl, a pirouette".
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