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  1. Barry O'Farrell resignation: Treasurer Mike Baird set to become new NSW premier

    Barry O'Farrell resignation: Treasurer Mike Baird set to become new NSW premier

    New South Wales Treasurer Mike Baird is set to emerge as the state's next premier, following Barry O'Farrell's shock resignation yesterday.

  2. Hawthorn, North Melbourne not keen on big increase in Tasmanian matches

    The AFL's proposal for a single team to play up to eight home games a year in Tasmania has been rejected by the two clubs with a presence in the state.

  3. Adelaide Zoo welcomes endangered baby

    A critically endangered white-cheeked gibbon has become the third born at Adelaide Zoo in 130 years.

  4. Baird, Berejiklian joint bid to lead NSW

    Baird, Berejiklian joint bid to lead NSW

    Mike Baird looks set to become NSW Premier, with Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian to stand for deputy on the same ticket.

  5. UK singer Paul Weller hails privacy ruling

    UK singer Paul Weller hails privacy ruling

    Singer Paul Weller, the former frontman of The Jam, says he's delighted about winning a privacy case over photographs taken of his children.

  6. NBN contractors put legal action over Tasmanian rollout on hold

    Tasmanian civil contractors are postponing legal action against the company rolling out the National Broadband Network, but have asked for government help.

  7. Murder charge over caravan park stabbing

    A 33-year-old man has been charged with stabbing a 50-year-old man to death at a Perth caravan park.

  8. Blue Mountains welcomes royals

    Residents of the Blue Mountains say William and Kate's visit will help the healing process after last year's bushfires.

  9. Body recovered in Hunter Valley mine

    The body of 49-year-old Jamie Mitchell, who died when a wall collapsed in a Hunter Valley Coal mine, has been recovered by rescue teams.

  10. Fatal coal mine collapse: One body recovered as searches at Hunter Valley site continue

    The body of one of the men killed in a underground mine collapse in the Hunter Valley has been recovered.

  11. Melanoma vaccine giving cancer victims hope

    An Adelaide research team says it has developed a vaccine to tackle melanoma, a disease which kills about 1,500 Australians annually.

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