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  1. Man charged with murder of two sisters

    Man charged with murder of two sisters

    A 35-year-old man believed to be the father of two young girls killed on Easter Sunday at a property in Melbourne's northeast has been has been charged with murder.

  2. Brett Stewart reportedly arrested for drink driving, Manly informs NRL integrity unit

    Manly star Brett Stewart has reportedly been taken into police custody after failing a Random Breath Test (RBT) on the Northern Beaches of Sydney on Monday morning.

  3. Reds look to next season after swift exit

    Reds look to next season after swift exit

    Adelaide United captain Eugene Galekovic has admitted he did not expect his side's season to come to an end so quickly after Saturday's elimination final loss to Central Coast in Gosford.

  4. Fourth Easter road death in WA

    A 26-year-old man has become the fourth person to die on WA's roads during the Easter weekend.

  5. Neville Wran: State funeral confirmed as tributes flow for 'tough, smart' former NSW Labor premier

    Both sides of politics are paying tribute to former New South Wales premier Neville Wran, as the State Government prepares a state funeral for the Labor icon.

  6. Vic police chase fast, furious convoy

    One man has been charged as police seek witnesses to a high-speed convoy of cars and motorcycles that sped along Victoria's Western Highway.

  7. State funeral for Neville Wran

    State funeral for Neville Wran

    The family of former NSW premier Neville Wran has accepted the offer of a state funeral, with the date to be confirmed in coming days.

  8. Royal visit: William and Catherine visit Taronga Zoo, sign historic Fleet Bible in Sydney

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge brought their son Prince George with them on a visit to Taronga Zoo in Sydney on Sunday, where a bilby enclosure has been named after the baby prince.

  9. Man fronts court over woman's murder in Cairns in far north Queensland

    A man has appeared in the Cairns Magistrates Court in far north Queensland charged with murdering a woman in the city's southern suburbs.

  10. Bookmaker numbers down at Oakbank as punters place bets online

    Bookmaker numbers down at Oakbank as punters place bets online

    Bookmakers at the Oakbank races are becoming a 'dying breed' as punters prefer to place their bets online, according to the local racing club.

  11. Almost 500 arrested in police crackdown

    Almost 500 arrested in police crackdown

    Queensland police made a further 85 arrests in the final night of Operation Unite.

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