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Detained by US immigration: ‘In that moment I loathed America’ | Mem Fox

Exclusive: The celebrated Australian childrens author tells how on her 117th visit to the US she was suddenly at the mercy of Donald…
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Alleged Islamic State recruiter Neil Prakash receiving consular help from Australia

Coalition says basic assistance being given due to hopes alleged conspirator will share intelligence on terrorist groupAustralia is giving consular help to the…
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Nurofen class action could yield very small individual payments, lawyer says

Painkiller manufacturer Reckitt Benckiser settled an Australian class action over its specific pain range last monthA $3.5m class action over Nurofen tablets that…
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Philip Morris cigarettes charged millions after losing plain packaging case against Australia

Court of arbitration finds Philip Morris Asia case to be an abuse of rights and says it must pay Australias multi-million dollar legal…
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Volvo admits its self-driving cars are confused by kangaroos

Swedish companys animal detection system can identify and avoid deer, elk and caribou, but is yet to work against the marsupials movementsVolvos told…
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Celeste Barber: ‘I get miffed with fashionistas thinking they are better than others’

The comedian and social media star on overnight Insta-fame, the weird world of fashion and embracing her comedy skillsCeleste Barber has a drinking…
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Johnny Depp’s dogs: Australia’s deputy PM threatens actor with ‘perjury’ investigation

Barnaby Joyce says government will examine whether it can take further legal action after saga of dogs Pistol and BooAustralias deputy prime minister,…
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Great Barrier Reef valued at $56bn as report warns it’s ‘too big to fail’

Deloitte Access Economics report says reef underpins 64,000 jobs and contributes $6.4bn to economy each yearA new report has valued the Great Barrier…
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Falling for feijoas: the fruit New Zealand wants the world to love

At this time of year, New Zealanders in the diaspora will do just about anything to get their hands on green gold. Now…
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25 years of mandatory detention from ‘interim measure’ to immovable policy | Eve Lester

The human effects of this 25 year-old stopgap policy have been massive. So many have suffered terrible indignities, but it was never meant…
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