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Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama called on Monday on Australia to "unite behind the science" and be far more ambitious in reducing greenhouse gas emissions...

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Blenheim Palace gold toilet theft 'like heist movie'

The 18-carat working toilet was stolen from Blenheim Palace by a gang of thieves, police said.

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Boris Johnson 'cautious' ahead of Brexit talks with EU

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Auto workers strike against GM in contract dispute

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Tyson Fury vs Otto Wallin: Tyson Fury praises doctors for stitch-work on eye

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Australia not worried about oil shortages following Saudi attacks

Energy Minister Angus Taylor says the impact from the Saudi oil attack will be "minimal" as Australia has "good stocks around the world".

Australia: Australian Federal Election Update: Climate Policy Status Quo Maintained … For Now - Jones Day

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'Nearly died of shock': Katter says Gladys Liu needs to explain China links after awkward moment

Bob Katter rushed to sit with the Liberals and Nationals during a vote in question time, then he realised who he sat next to.

Geopolitical risk rises as attack highlights fragile oil supply chain

The drone attack on Saudi Arabia's main oil processing complex has demonstrated the vulnerability of global oil supplies and Australia's not immune.

How vegan surge made Mark's business the Lord of the Fries

Vegan chain Lord of the Fries is preparing to launch 40 new stores across Australia in addition to its existing 27 stores.

None for six: Australian creatives take a hiding at the Emmys

Off the back of comedian Hannah Gadsby's win, the second night of the Creative Arts Emmys was a bruising experience.

Anita Frawley releases emotional statement about Danny's death

Danny Frawley ceased his medication and stopped seeking professional help before his fatal crash.

ASX winners and losers from the surging oil price

ASX oil producers like Woodside Petroleum Limited A(SX: WPL) have risen strongly today on the back of a spike in the crude oil price.

The Cars frontman Ric Ocasek is dead at 75

The New Wave Rock visionary was found dead in his New York home. Ric Ocasek "redefined cool" with his '80s band The Cars.

Ric Ocasek, singer for the The Cars, dies at 75

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Troubled Brown scores touchdown on Patriots debut

Headline-grabbing wide receiver Antonio Brown has impressed in New England's thrashing of Miami as the Patriots remained undefeated early in the new season.

Jojo Rabbit becomes hot contender for Oscars

Taika Waititi's controversial Nazi Germany-set satire Jojo Rabbit won the People's Choice award at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Monica Lewinsky and Zadie Smith to headline new feminist ideas festival

The two-day festival, to be held in Melbourne, has snared a raft of impressive guests.

US 'locked and loaded' after Saudi attack, says Trump

Trump said he had also authorised the use of the US emergency oil stockpile to ensure stable supplies after the attack.

'Game changer': Crude oil surges over 10pc following Saudi attacks

An attack on a major oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia has led to a spike for crude oil prices.

Australia not worried about oil shortages

Federal energy minister Angus Taylor has downplayed the risk of Australian motorists paying more at the bowser after attacks on Saudi Arabian oilfields.

Alkane Resources chairman buys over $1 million of stock on-market

Alkane Resources Ltd (ASX:ALK) non-executive chairman Ian Gandel has purchased $1.07 million worth of company shares through on-market trades. The purchase...

Julie Bishop offers to help secure release of Australians detained in Iran

Julie Bishop has offered to help the Morrison government as it lobbies for the release of two travel bloggers and a university lecturer locked up in Iran.

Cyclist dies after swooping magpie causes bike crash

An elderly cyclist has died after a freak bike accident caused by a swooping magpie near an Illawarra beach on Sunday morning.

Trump defends under-fire justice Kavanaugh

US President Donald Trump has slammed Democrats who are urging that Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh be impeached over a new sexual misconduct report.

Donald Trump says Brett Kavanaugh should sue over fresh misconduct claims

US President Donald Trump has slammed Democrats who are urging that Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh be impeached over a new sexual misconduct report.

Wilson double sees Bournemouth sink Everton in the Premier League

Callum Wilson has scored twice as Bournemouth beat Everton 3-1 to move into the top half of Premier League table.

Boris Johnson, likening himself to Incredible Hulk, vows October 31 Brexit

UK PM Boris Johnson says Britain will break out of the European Union's 'manacles' like The Incredible Hulk if a Brexit deal can't be struck in time.

Hong Kong returns to violence with tear gas, molotovs and water cannons

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Saudi Arabia to tap vast oil stores after attacks disrupt output

Saudi Arabia will use its vast oil reserves to offset disruption to production after an attack on two major oil facilities, its energy minister said Sunday.

Mike Pompeo points the finger at Iran over Saudi oil attacks

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has blamed Iran for the attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities, saying its leaders are engaging in "pretend" diplomacy.

Rugby star Gareth Thomas reveals HIV status to help quash stigma around the condition

The former Lions captain Gareth Thomas is believed to be the first UK sportsman to go public about living with the virus.

Tropical Storm Humberto expected to develop into a hurricane after lashing the Bahamas

Tropical Storm Humberto has lashed the Bahamas and may become a hurricane but there's hope it will move away from the islands after dumping rain in the north.

Rugby star Gareth Thomas is HIV positive

Former British Lions captain Gareth Thomas has revealed that he is HIV positive, and say he hopes that his openness will help end the stigma around condition.

Tropical Storm Humberto lashes Bahamas

Tropical Storm Humberto has lashed the Bahamas and may become a hurricane but there's hope it will move away from the islands after dumping rain in the north.

Thieves steal an 18-carat gold toilet valued at $1.8 million from UK Palace

Thieves have stolen a solid gold toilet worth up to $1.8 million dollars from the birthplace of British wartime leader Winston Churchill.

Injury-hit Norwich inflict first defeat on Man City since January

Liverpool rebounded to beat Newcastle United 3-1, Tottenham recorded a 4-0 victory at home to Crystal Palace, and Manchester United beat Leicester 1-0.

Osama bin Laden's son Hamza is dead: White House

Hamza bin Laden, a son of slain al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and himself a notable figure in the militant group, was killed in a US counter-terrorism...

NRL Finals 2019 live: Melbourne Storm v Canberra Raiders, Manly Sea Eagles v Cronulla Sharks

There are two huge match-ups as the NRL Finals continue on Saturday night, starting with the Storm hosting the Raiders at AAMI Park in Melbourne.

Australian actor Paul Cronin dies at 81

Known for his role on The Sullivans TV soap opera and founding AFL team the Brisbane bears, Paul Cronin has been remembered as a 'great actor [and] great guy'.

Third Australian detained in Iran identified as Melbourne Islamic studies lecturer

Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been identified as the third Australian currently detained in Iran.

Lost John Lennon song recorded by Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr

Lennon penned it during the sessions for Double Fantasy, his final album.

Asteroid's fly-by shows why it's wise to keep our eyes on the skies

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Donald Trump blamed energy-saving bulbs for making him look orange

"The light's no good. I always look orange. And so do you. The light is the worst," Trump said.

Felicity Huffman sentenced to 14 days in prison in US college scandal

Actress Felicity Huffman has been sent to jail for 14 days after pleading guilty to paying to rig her daughter's entrance exam.

David Cameron gets his Brexit revenge on Boris Johnson

According to Cameron, Johnson told him "Brexit will be crushed" when he joined the Leave campaign. "Boris thought he was going to lose," he said.

'My AR is ready for you,' Texas politician tells Beto O'Rourke

"Hell, yes, we're going to take your AR-15, your AK-47," O'Rourke said. Less than an hour later, he received a "death threat" from a fellow politician.

Julian Assange to remain behind bars due to 'history of absconding'

The founder of Wikileaks has been told he will be kept in jail beyond September 22.

Australia: Federal Court Of Australia Finds Liquidator's Breach Of Duty Claim Against Directors Of Holding Company Valid - Jones Day

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'Fake El Paso hero' hailed by Trump arrested at White House

The White House never checked out Chris Grant's story with El Paso police before inviting heroes of the mass shooting to meet US President Donald Trump.

Nationals MPs push party to support Australia-wide rollout of cashless card, welfare inquiry

Federal Nationals MPs are urging their party to back an Australia-wide rollout of cashless debit cards for welfare recipients under 35 and an inquiry into...

Geelong not afraid of the MCG: Hawkins

Geelong forward Tom Hawkins has insisted that the Cats do not fear the MCG ahead of their cut-throat semi-final at the venue against West Coast on Friday night.

A tall order, but Lightning's Scherian ready for Rore in Super Netball grand final

The fact that Laura Scherian will concede 20 centimetres to her Swifts opponent Katrina Rore in Sunday’s Super Netball grand final is, apparently, no big deal.

US to ban flavored vaping products amid lung disease surge

The White House has promised to ban flavoured e-cigarette products, after symptoms of lung disease were reported in hundreds of people who had recently used...

Democrats see Biden, Warren as close in views, Sanders as more extreme

Among the lead trio, Bernie Sanders has a couple of significant disadvantages, the poll indicates.

US weighs banning flavoured e-cigarettes

The US is preparing to ban flavoured e-cigarettes as the CDC investigates 450 cases of lung disease, and five deaths, that may have been caused by vaping.

Toni Collette's new Netflix series is unbelievable - and it's true!

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Three top John Bolton allies resign from Trump administration

Three top allies of John Bolton resigned from President Donald Trump's administration on Wednesday, departing the White House a day after the former national...

'Stronger for longer': Citi sees big gains for gold ahead

Analysts at the bank say prices could surge above $US2,000 per ounce.

Kremlin plays down reports of US spy in Vladimir Putin's office

The Kremlin has played down US media reports of a CIA spy inside Russia's presidential administration, calling them "pulp fiction".

WTO on brink of crisis due to inaction over dispute-settlement reforms, Birmingham warns

Trade Minister Simon Birmingham has warned inaction over reform of the World Trade Organisation's dispute-settlement system has taken the body to the brink of...

'I am deeply sorry': Ambulance Victoria apologises to Tanya Day family

Family of Aboriginal grandmother Tanya Day accepts apology from Ambulance Victoria for the disrespectful treatment she received after falling in a police cell.

'Israel knows what you're doing': Netanyahu claims to find new Iranian nuke site

Netanyahu said Israel discovered the facility, located in the central Iranian town of Abadeh, by using information gathered in a trove of stolen documents.

Federal MPs rally behind Hong Kong protests in push back against China

A bipartisan group of federal politicians are rallying behind protesters on the streets of Hong Kong, by forming a new group for a peaceful resolution.

Remembering Spud Frawley, a much-loved son of football

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Money floods back into property after back-to-back rate cuts

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Giants to argue Greene not responsible for Bontempelli bruising

GWS star Toby Greene will front an AFL tribunal hearing in Melbourne on Monday evening, when he fights to remain a part of the Giants' premiership campaign.

Joi Ito, tech researcher tied to Jeffrey Epstein, quits New York Times board

New York Times publisher A.G. Sulzberger and the company's president, Mark Thompson, said in a companywide email Saturday that former Media Lab director Joi Ito...

What's on TV: Sunday, September 15

The premiere of new 15-part action series The Unlisted hits the ground running.

The Ashes 2019, fourth Test, day five: LIVE

Follow all the action as Australia push for an Ashes-retaining victory on day five at Old Trafford.

Tips and race-by-race preview for Scone on Monday

Scone hosts a seven-race card on Monday with the track improving to Good 4.

'They are still in shock': Families lose homes and precious photos

More than 50 fires were burning across the state on Sunday morning with at least 15 homes lost to the inferno over the weekend.

Bahamas condition 'rapidly deteriorating' in wake of Hurricane Dorian

Bahamas leaders believe hundreds and perhaps thousands are missing in the archipelago nation of about 400,000 people in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.

Wade's constant chat raises hackles of England during fourth Ashes Test

England players are losing patience with Matthew Wade, who is getting under their skin with his incessant chirp in the field.

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