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Former NSW Labor minister Eddie Obeid is in prison following a failed bail application after he was sentenced over a rigged coal exploration tender.

Australia's new round of trade talks with the European Union has been postponed for the second time this month, Trade Minister Dan Tehan says.

NSW has seen likely events of COVID-19 transmission in bars and gyms since the state opened up nearly two weeks ago.

The National Farmers' Federation says the Australian government needs to make a commitment to a net zero emission target by 2050.

A third of asylum seekers detained in a Melbourne hotel have now tested positive for COVID-19.

Alec Baldwin's fatal shooting of a cinematographer with a prop gun has renewed debate about whether such weapons should be banned on film and TV sets.

The Matildas have not played in Australia since March 2020, but will take on Brazil in the first of two fixtures tonight in Parramatta.

The United States has sought to prevent an escalation with China, saying there was no change in Taiwan policy after President Joe Biden promised to defend the island from attack by China.

Melburnians are enjoying their first weekend out of lockdown, as the nation's airlines prepare for a return to international travel.

Members of the Indigenous community in the WA city of Geraldton marched in the streets on Saturday, a day after a police officer was acquitted of murder over the death of Yamitji woman JC.

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Professional wrestlers enforce the face mask rule at the Central de Abastos market in Mexico City.

Watch the moment a paraglider makes a safe landing only to then be attacked by a kangaroo. Straya!

India, Japan, Britain, Canada, New Zealand, Indonesia, Russia, and all 27 EU member states are backing Australia's push for a probe into the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tear gas and water cannon have been used to disperse protesters in Hong Kong critical of a new security law, as residents consider moving to Australia.

Actor Jason Momoa has delivered a powerful speech at the United Nations, addressing the 'global crisis' of climate change.

A photo of the Speaker of New Zealand's Parliament feeding a legislator's baby while carrying out his duties has been shared all over the world.

A State of Disaster has been declared in Victoria, with authorities to impose Stage Four restrictions on metropolitan Melbourne after 671 new coronavirus infections were announced on Sunday.

This pharmacist in Malua Bay, NSW is keeping his doors open for patients, despite losing his own home to the bushfires #AustraliaBurning 

‘Do not deport your people and your problems’: Jacinda Ardern has unleashed on Scott Morrison in a live media conference #auspol 

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