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Police allege a woman accused of murdering a four-year-old boy and his grandmother with garden shears at a Melbourne home, waited for 10 hours at the house before the attack.
Cynthia Lennon, the British first wife of slain Beatle John Lennon, has died aged 75, the couple's son Julian says.
A court sentences a German former police officer to more than eight years jail for killing a willing victim he met on a website for cannibalism fetishists.
Three of Australia's big banks warn against a tax on deposits, with one saying it could pass any levy onto consumers.
Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, known for hits including Big Yellow Taxi, is recovering at a hospital in California after being found unconscious at her home.
Turkish security forces shoot dead a female assailant after she and an accomplice sought to attack the Istanbul police headquarters, as the city reels from its second deadly shootout in two days.
A Federal Government backbencher argues more jobs will be needed in Defence in the future, not less, following the announcement of likely job cuts.
The Federal Opposition calls on the Government to immediately exempt emissions-intensive industries from the renewable energy target (RET) to secure jobs in those sectors.
Turkish authorities round up two dozen suspected members of a radical leftist group behind yesterday's bloody hostage stand-off that left a top Istanbul prosecutor dead.
The heads of Lufthansa and Germanwings pay their respects near the French crash site after reports surface that a video has been found revealing the final terrifying seconds in the cabin of the doomed aircraft.
A Palestinian man laments his misfortune after selling his bombed-out doorway to a local artist without realising that the image painted on it was by Banksy and could be worth a small fortune.
Voluntary euthanasia advocate Dr Philip Nitschke is fighting to overturn his medical licence suspension in the Northern Territory Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court quashes a decision by a WA Government committee to deregister a Port Hedland Aboriginal sacred site, in a test case that opens the door to a class action by traditional owners.
Thailand's former army chief who seized power in last year's pleads with the international community to understand his style of so-called democracy.
An Iranian man who has a one-year refugee visa for Papua New Guinea is told he cannot leave Manus Island to look for work on the mainland until a formal resettlement policy is created.
Ice addiction is overtaking alcohol as the biggest problem facing Indigenous populations, the head of a rehabilitation centre specialising in treatment for Aboriginal people says.
Northern Territory police foil a plot to smuggle 20g of cannabis — estimated to be worth $2,000 at its intended destination — hidden in a lamb pot roast.
Police and the RSPCA are investigating the discovery of at least 55 greyhound carcasses in bushland near Bundaberg in Queensland's south-east.
Manufacturing industries need to embrace 3D printing, which will have an even bigger impact on economies and society than the internet, an Australian technology specialist says.
A young Australian man is sentenced to death and another is awaiting trial after being caught by Chinese authorities trying to smuggle methamphetamine from China to Australia.
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Serena Williams reached the semi-finals of the Miami Open with the 700th victory of her career, over Sabine Lisicki.
Mustafa Kamal has resigned as ICC president after not being allowed to present the Cricket World Cup trophy.
Olympic medallist and outspoken anti-doping advocate Kim Crow calls for more women in leadership roles within Australian sport saying too many men are in charge.
The AFLPA says it will take time for a decision on whether the league's Anti-Doping Tribunal findings are made public.
Perth Glory faces the possibility of being stripped of competition points and could even be kicked out of the A-League finals, amid an investigation alleging serious salary cap breaches.
Reece Robinson and Jake Trbojevic are free to play this weekend after successful hearings at the NRL judiciary.
Former Richmond captain Chris Newman will play in Thursday evening's season opener against Carlton at the MCG.
Reece Robinson has avoided suspension after having his grade two dangerous tackle on South Sydney's Joel Reddy downgraded.
Gold Coast chief executive Graham Annesley says the Titans have no desire to leave their stadium in Robina.
Melbourne Rebels coach Tony McGahan is expecting the Good Friday clash with Queensland to have a "Test match" intensity.
Sam Wykes will leave the Western Force at the end of the Super Rugby season to take up a contract in Japan.
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc will be out for up to three weeks after suffering a minor knee injury.
Four-time Paralympic gold medallist Ellie Cole is planning a comeback to the pool at the age of 23.
Daniel Ricciardo has had to lower his expectations for the 2015 F1 season after struggling to compete with Mercedes.
The Waratahs' Adam Ashley-Cooper has all but ruled himself out of the Super Rugby clash with the Stormers.
Brumbies star David Pocock is to return to the Canberra-based side's Super Rugby starting team this week.
Defending champion Mick Fanning has been pitched into a sudden-death round-two encounter at Bells Beach after finishing second in his opening heat.
James Faulkner is purpose built for the one-day power play writes Adam Collins.
Skipper Michael Hooper says the Wallabies have increasing belief of winning the World Cup under coach Michael Cheika.
Former WADA boss John Fahey and the lawyer for James Hird both have varying reasons for criticising the Essendon doping investigation process.
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