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The state Opposition Leader questioned whether Crown Prince Frederik would have met his Australian wife Princess Mary, who he met in a bar, under the Queensland laws.
The family of the woman who was found dead in a Kew home said the 70-year-old died "in the company of a person she considered a friend".
Australia will discuss potential further troop increases to Afghanistan with the United States.
Austin pointed out NRL referee Ashley Klein was someone's son, and potentially someone's father.
Ten's weekend ratings are dreadful. Which means there's a lot riding on The Project's Sunday return.
Trading hours reforms are "farcical", will cost jobs in regional areas and result in almost no extra trading opportunities for major retailers, a peak retail association has argued.
HBO had Game of Thrones fans reeling after season seven's penultimate episode, but it appears the stakes are about to get a lot higher in the season finale.
Foreign minister Julie Bishop says Australia is deeply concerned about a fresh wave of killings in the Philippines under president Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs.
Nicholas Charles Gudden from Wangara pleaded guilty in the Perth Magistrates Court on Friday to taking payments from customers to his Exclusive Patios business but never starting the work, giving excuses like he had a hand injury when pressed for an explanation.
The 32-year-old stumbled after making a tackle early on and was involved in two more heavy collisions before play stopped.
The night is dark and full of terrors.
Why a snake? It all happened when Kim Kardashian West released her second most popular home video and the green snake emoji became code for Taylor Swift.
Expensive property markets, soaring levels of household debt and predatory lending practices have come under fire with experts warning thousands of households are on the verge of mortgage stress.
The slippery answer to Taylor Swift's confounding reptilian post on Instagram isn't too far off.
Seven Group Holdings' shareholders have ignored writedowns in its struggling TV arm to push the company's share price up sharply as it flagged strong growth from mining services and announced the sale of its WesTrac business in China.
BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie has admitted the miner's entry into the onshore US shale industry was poorly timed and it "paid too much" as it revealed plans to sell the controversial assets.
Changes to the way the Australian territory is governed have some islanders looking to secede.
There were two remarkable things about Donald Trump's speech on Afghanistan
"The individual is no longer employed by CSIRO."
Labor MP for Northcote Fiona Richardson has announced she will not stand in the 2018 election.