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  1. NSW police officer charged with child rape

    A New South Wales police officer has been charged with the rape of a child.

  2. NSW constable charged over child rape

    NSW police have charged a senior constable with the rape of a child under 10 years old.

  3. Penrith Panthers edge Gold Coast Titans in Easter Monday NRL clash

    Penrith Panthers edge Gold Coast Titans in Easter Monday NRL clash

    The Gold Coast Titans missed the chance to go clear at the top of the NRL ladder, losing 14-12 to the Panthers in the Easter Monday evening clash in Penrith.

  4. Man charged with murder of sisters, aged 3 and 4, in Melbourne

    Man charged with murder of sisters, aged 3 and 4, in Melbourne

    The family of two young sisters allegedly murdered in Melbourne's north-east on Easter Sunday say the loss has left them "utterly devastated".

  5. Woman's body found in Sydney home

    Police have set up a crime scene at a western Sydney home after finding the body of a middle-aged woman whose death is being treated as suspicious.

  6. Man on NSW's most wanted list caught

    NSW police have caught and charged one of the state's most wanted men with murder, after he was on the run for about a month.

  7. Indonesian foreign minister Marty Natalegawa expects Australia to sign off on deal to limit spying

    Indonesia expects Australia will agree to limit its spy operations in the country but says it is not ready to sign off on the final terms for a code of conduct.

  8. NSW police breath-test 60,000 during blitz

    NSW police breath-test 60,000 during blitz

    NSW police say they've breath tested almost 60,000 people during their Easter road blitz, with 58 charged for drink driving.

  9. Hawks lose, Clarkson in awe of Cats

    Hawks lose, Clarkson in awe of Cats

    Geelong has defeated Hawthorn by 19 points to remain the only unbeaten AFL side after five rounds of the season, with Hawks coach Alastair Clarkson in awe.

  10. More than 400 charges in Operation Unite

    More than 400 charges in Operation Unite

    More than 40 people in WA have been caught driving with an alcohol reading of more than 0.08 per cent during Operation Unite.

  11. Royals' quiet day makes news

    Royals' quiet day makes news

    The Cambridges quiet day in Canberra with their son has been captured by paparazzi, with images making news broadcasts.

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