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South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill is under attack over a pamphlet circulated in a marginal seat, which targets the Liberal candidate Carolyn Habib, with the state opposition and federal government condemning the flyer as racist.
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LEN Buckeridge left his fingerprints all over Perth but he also made a big impact on many people.
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Australia has no plans to change its flag, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said, adding there is little public appetite for removing the British Union Jack from the national symbol.
Lorde's first break came at 13, when she was signed by a record company talent scout.
To varying degrees all of them are rather tricky about who they might go into coalition with, what the configurations might be, and what policy tradeoffs and negotiations could be involved.
The wife of one of the passengers aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines jet says she is still clinging to the faint hope of a miracle.
Supported by the Government of Australia, the report provides comprehensive new analysis of hardship and vulnerability across the region.
SPECIAL CARD: George Crotty, 8, with the special get well note and photo sent to him by New Zealand Winter Olympics athletes Beau-James and Jossi Wells from Russia when he was recovering from a serious head injury in hospital.
The Bali drugs case involving a Sydney woman is seemingly at a standstill, one month after her arrest at the scene of a police raid.
Gov. Eddie Calvo, members of his cabinet, village mayors and other met in June 2011 to discuss compact-impact issues.
WA business giant Len Buckeridge, one of the state's richest men, has died, aged 77, after a long battle with illness.
Gary Wilkinson, CJ Bruton, Duane Bailey, Jarrod Kenny, Alonzo Burton, assistant coach Paul Henare and chief executive Richard Clarke parted with their locks to raise money for the six kiwis diagnosed with a blood cancer or related condition every day.
Children whose mothers used P while pregnant find it harder to learn to walk, draw and grasp objects, according to new findings.
From South Australia's organ donor coordinator, it told Mount Gambier's Matthew and Fiona Dixon of the fortunes of five people that had been given the gift of life, through the tragic death of their 18-year-old son Adam.
New Zealanders will vote on whether New Zealand gets a new flag during the next Parliamentary term, Prime Minister John Key announced this morning.
New Zealand's oldest tea company, Bell Tea, is set to shut its Dunedin factory next month, ending more than 100 years of tea production in the city.
New Zealanders spent more on their credit and debit cards in February, fuelled by spending on hospitality, while durables and apparel rebounded from declines in January.