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NSW premier targets corrupt politicians

The NSW premier has introduced legislation to strip corrupt politicians of their tax-payer funded pensions, targeting Eddie Obeid and Ian Macdonald.

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Ex-Bond stars pay tribute to Roger Moore

Sean Connery, Daniel Craig and Pierce Brosnan have joined the tributes to their James Bond predecessor Roger Moore who died after a battle with cancer aged 89.

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May 24 2017
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Federal govt to consider siege findings

Attorney-General George Brandis says the federal government will carefully consider the NSW coroner's recommendations arising from the Lindt Cafe siege inquest.

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May 24 2017
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Three more arrested in UK over bombing

Three more men have been arrested in Manchester as part of the investigation into the suicide bombing at a concert which killed 22 people, including children.

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May 24 2017
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Hanson worried about...

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has quizzed federal government officials about whether cows are still alive when they're killed under halal certification.

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May 24 2017
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UK bomber 'likely...

The UK interior minister says it's likely the Manchester bomber didn't act alone, adding it was "irritating" details about the case have been leaked by the US.

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May 24 2017
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Shoot to kill powers...

One solution to dealing with terrorist sieges would be to give police shoot to kill powers, says former prime minister Tony Abbott.

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May 24 2017
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Adani doesn't need Aussie banks: Walsh

Former Rio Tinto chief executive Sam Walsh says controversial coal miner Adani does not need any finance from any Australian bank.

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May 24 2017
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Assault-accused One Nation aide bailed

One Nation staffer Sean Black has been granted bail after facing Brisbane Magistrates Court on assault charges.

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May 24 2017
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NSW Premier vows to do better after siege

The NSW Premier has given "an absolute commitment" to review each recommendation handed down in a coronial inquiry into the 2014 Lindt Cafe siege.

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May 24 2017
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Fall in construction...

Construction work fell by a worse-than-expected 0.7 per cent in the March quarter, with weaker residential activity a main factor.

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May 24 2017
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Former AFL player...

Former Fremantle AFL player Shane Yarran is in custody over an incident overnight in which he was arrested after being caught by a police dog.

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May 24 2017
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Scipione siege video...

Former NSW top cop Andrew Scipione did become involved in operations during the Lindt Cafe siege despite insisting he played no such role, a coroner has found.

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May 24 2017
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'Tall poppy' Rebel Wilson slams publisher

Hollywood comic actress Rebel Wilson has cried several times while telling a Melbourne court how a series of gossip magazine stories ruined her career.

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May 24 2017
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DPP and police errors over Monis' bail

The NSW coroner has found mistakes were made in the handling of Man Haron Monis' bail matters prior to the Lindt Cafe siege.

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May 24 2017
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Fifield: Quadrant article 'sick, unhinged'

Communications Minister Mitch Fifield says a Quadrant article claiming the Manchester bombing should have been carried out at the ABC is a new low.

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May 24 2017
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Christian lobby...

A man has been charged with arson and property damage in relation to a car explosion outside the office of the Australian Christian Lobby.

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May 24 2017
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Tasmanian MPs vote...

A clear majority of Tasmania's lower house has voted against a bill which proposed legalising voluntary euthanasia.

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May 24 2017
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Hanson raises cattle...

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson and Nationals senator Barry O'Sullivan say they've seen proof of cattle rustling on repossessed farms.

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May 24 2017
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