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  1. Chan, Sukumaran families in final plea for mercy

    Chan, Sukumaran families in final plea for mercy

    It was a deep, gut-wrenching wail.

  2. Drugs, guns, cash seized by NSW police

    Drugs, guns, cash seized by NSW police

    NSW police have charged 18 people following a year-long investigation into an alleged criminal syndicate which netted kilograms of drugs, guns and cash.

  3. Bishop warns Indon of consequences

    Bishop warns Indon of consequences

    With the executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran imminent, the Australian government has warned of consequences for Indonesia

  4. Vigils held for Chan, Sukumaran

    Vigils held for Chan, Sukumaran

    Friends and supporters of condemned Bail Nine drug smugglers Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan have made a last-minute plea for mercy in Sydney.

  5. Chan and Sukumaran - their final hours

    The families of the two men were due to begin their final visit on Tuesday morning ahead of their expected late night executions.

  6. Actor Hugh Sheridan's brother safe

    Actor Hugh Sheridan's brother safe

    Zachary Sheridan found safe and well in Nepal after going missing during quake.

  7. NT budget a vindication: Tollner

    The NT Treasurer says unpopular past decisions such as school reforms and scrapping the Banned Drinkers Register have been vindicated by the budget.

  8. Melb suburb wants to become mini-Monaco

    A suburb on Melbourne's outer fringe says it is sick of poor infrastructure and services and wants to become its own nation state.

  9. Aust man missing after quake alive

    Australian man Julien Tempone has made contact with his Tasmanian family after being listed as missing since the Nepal earthquake.

  10. NT budget could have been better: Labor

    Response to the NT budget from community groups has been mostly positive, but the Labor opposition says the government is failing on health and education.

  11. Baird torn between mines and horses

    Baird torn between mines and horses

    NSW Premier Mike Baird has visited the Hunter region to gain a better understanding of tensions dividing different interest groups.

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