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IT'S the end of the road in Queensland. Boulia, in the central west, is where the bitumen runs out on the 4600km Outback Way from Cairns to Perth.
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Sweden's global fashion chain H&M has arrived in Australia with a new 'Australia Exclusive'' collection to take the fight to the local competition.
Australians are sitting down and lying around so much, experts have doubled the recommended amount of exercise and say we need to get up out of our chairs - even if we already do "enough" exercise.
LORD Mayor Stephen Yarwood needs to take full responsibility for the "dysfunctional" Central Market's woes, and Adelaide City Council must retake control of the struggling city icon, former city leader Steve Condous says.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and her British counterpart William Hague will launch new dialogue on Asia when they meet in London for the annual AUKMIN meeting.
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World Duty Free Group is looking to open concessions in big metropolitan airports worldwide and mid-sized airports in the United States, it said on Monday after posting 2013 sales in line with expectations.
New South Wales is set to make it compulsory for all fuel tankers to be fitted with an electronic system which helps prevent rollovers.
VICTORIANS largely support a growing push to give trams greater priority over cars in a bid to clear up traffic snarls across Melbourne's suburbs.
GOING PLACES: Young Wimmera gymnast Hudson Irwin stood out at an Australian Institute of Sport training camp in Canberra.
This first official picture of the Soviet satellite Sputnik I was issued in Moscow October 9, 1957, showing the four-antennaed satellite resting on a three-legged pedestal.
"I'm terrible at switching off," she said. "It comes from the heightened state of anxiety of 24-7 postings.
TEARS and tributes for the six Australians lost on the Malaysia Airlines plane flowed as friends and relatives clung to fragile hopes their loved ones may have survived.
STARS of the show are swamped by fans while sightseeing down under as their sold out theatre tour takes Australia by storm.
BRISBANE Boys' College rowing director David Bellamy was sacked following a complaint by two parents who days earlier had protested he had demoted their son in the rowing crew.
FINANCIAL counsellors fear people will be denied housing loans over utility debts as little as $50 if lenders get access to their utilities bill payments.