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BREAKING Legendary soul singer Aretha Franklin has died at 76
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Acclaimed Australian director Peter Weir testifies for filmmaker James Ricketson in Cambodia
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Queensland man charged with murder over body in bin death
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'Shocking day for conservation': Senate bid to block reduction of national marine park protection fails
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Oz Lotto website down after record $100m Powerball draw
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'Quite frankly, I think he is almost certifiable': Bob Katter pays political and financial price for support of 'final solution' speech
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Australian man wins the toughest, roughest, longest horse race in the world
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While many sat shocked and saddened, two men knew they had to act: Inside federal parliament's most unlikely friendships #auspolhttp://ow.ly/i9k130lqxGe
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Peter Dutton to call in lawyers over Vic minister's race-baiting tweet
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AK-47s allegedly found with teens are convincing fakes, police say
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The political fight over climate change just kicked up a gear
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Council wish list seeks to save dozens of buildings in 'urban heart'
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Musicians demand 'long-term vision' from federal inquiry into the growth and sustainability of Australia's music industry. via
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BREAKING Worker dies in trench accident on Melbourne building site
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If the Parliament genuinely rejects Senator Fraser Anning’s positions, if it has genuinely drawn a line, let Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull demonstrate this the next time something similar comes from his back bench. | OPINION by Waleed Aly
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A deeper economic relationship with India would reduce Australia's economic exposure and bolster resilience. | COMMENT
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People in some of the poorest parts of Victoria are paying some of the highest energy rates. Meanwhile, those living in some of the wealthiest suburbs - like Toorak and Armadale - get the cheapest offers.
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The tax authorities have worked out that a nudge - rather than a kick in the guts - is a good way to encourage voluntary compliance. | OPINION
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For decades, most people slave away at jobs they hate, hoping to save enough money to eventually retire. Yet, thanks to a few short years of “sacrifice” early, just five years into my full-time career, I’m basically set for life. | COMMENT
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