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The death of an elderly man on a Sydney-bound flight has been referred to police who will likely prepare a report for the coroner, Qantas says.

NT Labor attempted to censure Willem Westra van Holthe over his controversial business dealings with Vietnamese CT Group.

A Queensland cop has won an appeal to reinstate a WorkCover claim stemming from bullying he says he suffered at the hands of his reporting officer.

Ex-NSW Labor minister Eddie Obeid was concerned about Circular Quay leaseholders years before he purchased two of the leases himself, his barrister says.

Alo-Bridget Namoa, described by NSW prosecutors as an Islamic State supporter who had bomb-building instructions on her phone, has been granted bail.

The good people of Sydney can sleep safe thanks to Iron Boy, who received the Medal of Valour for saving the city from an evil supervillain.

Employment Minister Michaelia Cash says it would be the "height of irresponsibility" to release the trade union royal commission's secret sixth volume.

Details of a sex attack on two female backpackers at Salt Creek in the Coorong National Park, southeast of Adelaide.

A truck driver who survived a fatal crash that left another man dead and a teenager critically injured was found with burns in a farm shed 16km away.

Northern Territory Police are calling for witnesses to come forward after two backpackers were robbed and assaulted in Alice Springs.

A man who was bashed during a Sydney brawl says Premier Mike Baird has got it wrong with lockout laws, which he says are killing fun.

The CSIRO has confirmed to a Senate committee around 100 jobs will go in climate research, with the two climate change programs to be halved.

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