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The Australian

Sri Lanka to recall peacekeeping commander

Sri Lanka will recall its commander leading a UN peacekeeping contingent in Mali after the world body asked him to be repatriated over his human rights background.

Climate policy not changing: treasurer

The devastating by-election defeat in Wentworth will not prompt the coalition into a shift in thinking on climate change, according to Josh Frydenberg.

Saudis deployed Twitter army

Saudi Arabia deployed an online army to harass dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi and other critics of the kingdom on Twitter, the New York Times reports.

Vic opposition promises over-counter pill

Victoria's opposition promises to make the contraceptive pill available over the counter if it wins the November state election.

Govt doesn’t want children on Nauru: PM

The prime minister has assured Australians he doesn't want children on Nauru and signalled he is prepared to work with crossbench MPs to get asylum-seeker minors off the island.

Mental health concerns for severely unsettled babies

Severely unsettled babies may be more likely to experience mental health concerns by the time they turn 11. The Murdoch Children's Research Institute has conducted research on 1,000 babies from birth

Cross bench wants full term: Frydenberg

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the government will continue to seek assurances from crossbenchers to hold off the threat of an early election.

PM condemns death of Saudi journalist

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has condemned the probable murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Most UK firms to trigger Brexit plans

The vast majority of British firms are poised to implement their Brexit contingency plans by Christmas if there isn't greater clarity over the country's exit from the European Union, a leading

US to ‘terminate’ 1987 missile ban

The US will unilaterally pull out of a more-than-30-year-old treaty with Russia that bans a wide array of nuclear weapons, US President Donald Trump says.

‘Headless Chicken Monster’ Spotted in Southern Ocean For the First Time

A deep-sea swimming cucumber, also known as a “headless chicken monster,” has been captured on camera for the first time in the Southern Ocean off east Antarctica. The Enypniastes eximia, which had

Labor and The Greens have suffered similar disappointment: Morrison

FULL MEDIA CONFERENCE: The Prime Minister is working to soften the blow of the result in the Wentworth by-election. The Liberal Party has suffered a tremendous backlash in the Sydney seat after losing

Underwater in Antarctica – new camera reveals unseen species

Supplied video obtained Sunday October 21, 2018 of footage gathered by the Australian Antarctic Division from a new underwater camera developed by Australian researchers. A previously unseen species

Man critical after one punch attack in Brisbane

A man is fighting for his life in hospital after he was allegedly punched in the head in Brisbane. Police were called to a licensed property at Bulimba where it is believed two groups got into a fight

Every government MP now has a blood price for the Prime Minister: Credlin

With the fallout of the Wentworth by-election in full swing the government now finds itself in a precarious political position. The loss of the blue-ribbon seat to Independent Kerryn Phelps means the

Messi could miss six games with broken arm

Lionel Messi will be out of action for three weeks after he fractured his right arm during Barcelona's 4-2 Spanish La Liga win over Sevilla, the league leaders confirmed.

Morrison no-confidence motion unlikely

The Labor opposition is unlikely to test the now-minority Morrison government on the floor of parliament after its crushing Wentworth by-election loss.

Selma Blair says she has MS

Actress and activist Selma Blair has revealed in an Instagram post that she has multiple sclerosis.

Wentworth vote ‘disastrous’ for the Liberal Party: Kelly

The Australian’s Editor-at-Large Paul Kelly says the Wentworth vote is a 'disastrous' result for the Liberal Party. The Liberal Party suffered a major blow after Independent Kerryn Phelps secured the

Hail Storm Hits Ohio’s Ashtabula City as Thunderstorms Roll Through

Hail battered Ashtabula, Ohio, on the afternoon of October 20, as the National Weather Service reported that thunderstorms were moving through the area. Credit: Amber Bobek via Storyful