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Australian miners are putting the brakes on spending, surprising experts who thought the resources bonanza would run for some time.
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Bulla Grace had been drinking alcohol when he decided to put a pan of oil on the stove, the Rotorua Coroner has been told.
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Police believe Kevin James Corbett is in Perth and may be able to assist in the investigation into the death of a woman in Narrogin on May 18.
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Robert Eggington is among indigenous leaders to meet with WA bureaucrats over rising suicide levels among the Noongah community.Picture: Richard Polden INDIGENOUS leaders in Western Australia are holding a crisis meeting with senior bureaucrats to discuss high suicide rates among the Nyoongah community.
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Watch a time lapse of the deadly tornado that had 270 km/ph winds,stayed on the ground for 40 minutes and traveled 32 klms.
FAST food will not attract a "fat tax" and the government will instead rely on education in Australia's battle against obesity.
The government of Papua New Guinea is looking to learn about the Israeli health system, Health Minister Yael German said on Monday.
AN ALLEGED victim of child molestation told her friends "bad things'' were happening to her while she was a student living at a state-run hostel, a Perth court has heard.
Australian singer-songwriter Wally De Backer's single 'Somebody That I Used To Know' wins big at this year's Billboard Music Awards.
A Whangarei accountant has been suspended and ordered to pay $8000 after he misled the public by claiming to be a chartered accountant on his website.
An elderly New Zealand anti-royalist was fined on Monday over a plan to hurl manure at Britain's Prince Charles and his wife Camilla during their visit to Auckland in 2012, reports said.
A 44-year-old man, understood to be Ivan Maheno, was killed yesterday morning at a property on Fairburn Rd, about 8 kilometres east of Kaitaia.
The West Australian © London stand up comedians Gordon Southern, left and Jimmy McGhie with Perth International Comedy Festival director Jo Marsh.
Simon Reeve is about as adventurous as travel journalists get. The man behind BBC documentaries House of Saud, Equator and Indian Ocean has investigated terrorism, been shot at and suffered malaria, all to bring us thrilling TV.
New Zealand basketball's biggest name, Sean Marks, has farewelled his mother Sheila who died suddenly on Mother's Day.
PIP COURTNEY, REPORTER: The Australian Outback has often been used to test machinery to its upper limits.