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Labor accuses Peter Dutton of lying to politicise national security

Labor accuses Peter Dutton of lying to politicise national security

Exclusive: Opposition bristles at minister’s attempt to use Bourke Street attack to wedge it on encryption cracking lawsLabor has accused Peter Dutton of politicising national security by lying when
Big watermelon pips big peanut to become Australia’s next big thing

Big watermelon pips big peanut to become Australia’s next big thing

Queensland town of Chinchilla wins four-tonne melon structure as neighbouring Kingaroy vows to build giant nut anywayA campaign to build a Big Peanut in Queensland has humbly accepted its loss to a
G20 nations still led by fossil fuel industry, climate report finds

G20 nations still led by fossil fuel industry, climate report finds

Coal, oil and gas subsidies risking rise in global temperatures to 3.2C, well beyond agreed Paris goalClimate action is way off course in all but one of the world’s 20 biggest economies, according to
Theresa May's draft Brexit deal: what is it and what happens next?

Theresa May's draft Brexit deal: what is it and what happens next?

The PM has thrashed out plan to withdraw from the EU and now has to convince her cabinet to back itFinally, more than two years after the UK voted to leave the European Union, after torturous
BTS: Korean band's managers apologise over Nazi photos

BTS: Korean band's managers apologise over Nazi photos

Big Hit Entertainment said it ‘had no intention of causing distress or pain’ when member posed in offensive outfitThe agency representing the K-pop band BTS has offered its “sincere apologies”
California wildfires: death toll at 56 as sheriff releases names of missing

California wildfires: death toll at 56 as sheriff releases names of missing

Thousands are displaced and the danger from fires in the state’s north and south is ‘far from over’ Fifty-six people have died in the Camp fire, authorities said Wednesday after they tracked down an
Mexico's tequila council pumps the brakes on Elon Musk's 'Teslaquila'

Mexico's tequila council pumps the brakes on Elon Musk's 'Teslaquila'

Tesla CEO tweeted in October that the spirit would be ‘coming soon’ but the regulatory council says tequila is a protected wordTesla Inc co-founder Elon Musk and Mexico’s tequila producers could be
IMF says governments could set up their own cryptocurrencies

IMF says governments could set up their own cryptocurrencies

Christine Lagarde praises rebel technology as ‘safe, cheap, and potentially semi-anonymous’Governments should consider offering their own cryptocurrencies to prevent the systems becoming havens for
Australian nurse freed from Cambodian jail but 43 women arrested over surrogacy

Australian nurse freed from Cambodian jail but 43 women arrested over surrogacy

Tammy Davis-Charles was secretly freed on 22 May, a senior prison official saysControversy over commercial surrogacy has flared again in Cambodia with new arrests and disclosure of the secretive
Trumpy Bear advert: Real or spoof?

Trumpy Bear advert: Real or spoof?

An ad for a Trump-inspired stuffed animal with an orange coif and bright blue eyes has caused confusion as to whether the product is real or a spoof. Trumpy Bear has an American flag blanket stuffed
Migrants take 12-metre fishing boat in 'unprecedented' trip across the Channel

Migrants take 12-metre fishing boat in 'unprecedented' trip across the Channel

French authorities surprised at unusually large vessel Iranian group took to make the trip to the UKA group of Iranian migrants took a 12-metre (40ft) fishing boat from a French port and sailed across
CIA doctors considered using 'truth serum' on terror suspects

CIA doctors considered using 'truth serum' on terror suspects

Medical staff was key to waterboarding and other interrogations following 9/11 attacks, newly declassified documents showCIA doctors considered using a “truth serum” on suspected terrorists in
Less than half of rail complainants happy with response, data shows

Less than half of rail complainants happy with response, data shows

Research into train companies highlights huge failings in complaints processLess than half of rail passengers who have complained to train companies believe they have received an adequate response,
Scientists divided over new research method to combat malaria

Scientists divided over new research method to combat malaria

Work on engineered gene used to modify DNA of mosquitoes ‘could be stifled’ by perceived risk to environmentResearch on a radical new way to combat malaria and other devastating diseases could be
Actor Paz de la Huerta sues Harvey Weinstein, alleging rape and harassment

Actor Paz de la Huerta sues Harvey Weinstein, alleging rape and harassment

Lawsuit claims movie producer raped De la Huerta twice, taunted her and damaged her careerThe actor Paz de la Huerta filed a lawsuit Tuesday accusing disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of raping
El Chapo: trial of Mexican cartel boss begins in New York

El Chapo: trial of Mexican cartel boss begins in New York

Guzmán is being tried at a high-security federal courthouse and kept in solitary confinementThe long-awaited trial of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán has begun in New York, with prosecutors accusing him of
Greens to establish a 'fair dinkum' power inquiry – as it happened

Greens to establish a 'fair dinkum' power inquiry – as it happened

Israel embassy and Indonesia free-trade deal separate discussions, PM says; Senate votes to extend My Health Record opt-out period to 31 January; and the Asean summit. All the day’s events, live
'Stop lying' about Florida recounts, Democrats warn Trump

'Stop lying' about Florida recounts, Democrats warn Trump

Republicans deploy army of lawyers and baselessly claim fraud as Senate and governor’s recounts approach Thursday deadlineDemocratic leaders have demanded that Donald Trump “stop bullying, harassing
Senior White House aide set to be fired after Melania Trump calls for dismissal

Senior White House aide set to be fired after Melania Trump calls for dismissal

Mira Ricardel is deputy security adviser and a John Bolton allyRicardel reportedly clashed with members of first lady’s staffDonald Trump’s deputy national security adviser is reportedly set to be
Morrison to try to rescue Indonesia free trade deal amid Israel embassy friction

Morrison to try to rescue Indonesia free trade deal amid Israel embassy friction

PM’s meeting with Joko Widodo comes after Indonesia’s trade minister says there will be no agreement while Australia considering embassy moveScott Morrison will attempt to rescue the