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Police recover MH17 bodies and belongings

Australian police have recovered human remains and passenger belongings from the MH17 crash site.

Australian police have recovered human remains and passenger belongings from the MH17 crash site.

Rolf Harris to appeal conviction

Entertainer Rolf Harris has applied for permission to appeal his conviction for indecent assaults.

Entertainer Rolf Harris has applied for permission to appeal his conviction for indecent assaults.

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    Plibersek says govt making it tough for women

    Deputy pposition leader Tanya Plibersek has slammed the government's budget for being tough on women.

    Deputy pposition leader Tanya Plibersek has slammed the government's budget for being tough on women.

    Qantas re-routes jets away from Iraq

    Qantas has stopped its flights using Iraqi airspace in the wake of the MH17 disaster.

    Qantas has stopped its flights using Iraqi airspace in the wake of the MH17 disaster.

    More remains recovered from MH17 site

    Seventy unarmed police experts have gathered more remains from the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine.

    Seventy unarmed police experts have gathered more remains from the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine.

    Govt considers new terrorism laws

    The Abbott government is considering tougher laws that reverse the onus of proof in terrorism cases.

    The Abbott government is considering tougher laws that reverse the onus of proof in terrorism cases.

    Terror laws could reverse onus of proof

    Proposed new laws that reverse the onus of proof in terrorism cases have raised human rights concerns.

    Proposed new laws that reverse the onus of proof in terrorism cases have raised human rights concerns.

    Severe winds leave thousands powerless

    Strong winds have felled powerlines in Victoria and Tasmania, leaving thousands of homes without power.

    Strong winds have felled powerlines in Victoria and Tasmania, leaving thousands of homes without power.

    NSW teen arrested for lighting bushfire

    Police have arrested a teenager for deliberately lighting a bushfire on the Central Coast of NSW.

    Police have arrested a teenager for deliberately lighting a bushfire on the Central Coast of NSW.

    Father of land rights wants PM's reform

    The father of land rights has called for a greater focus about traditional country for First Australians.

    The father of land rights has called for a greater focus about traditional country for First Australians.

    Abbott challenged by Forrest report

    Prime Minister Tony Abbott hasn't ruled out even stricter welfare conditions in the near future.

    Prime Minister Tony Abbott hasn't ruled out even stricter welfare conditions in the near future.

    Baird urges cool heads over land clearing

    NSW Premier Mike Baird has called for cool heads to prevail over land clearing laws after a shooting death.

    NSW Premier Mike Baird has called for cool heads to prevail over land clearing laws after a shooting death.

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