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  1. Handcuffed man takes off in police car

    A handcuffed man placed in the back of a police car managed to get into the driver's seat and take off with the vehicle in NSW.

  2. NSW bushwalker treated for hypothermia

    A young man who spent the night in the NSW Blue Mountains has been found safe and well.

  3. 200 safe but many Aussies missing in Nepal

    200 safe but many Aussies missing in Nepal

    Authorities have confirmed more than 200 Australians are safe following the Nepal earthquake disaster in which more than 2000 people have been killed.

  4. 'Paying the price': Andrew Chan

    'Paying the price': Andrew Chan

    In interviews recorded in 2011, Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran spoke about facing death, but also of hope and their genuine efforts at rehabilitation.

  5. Two men die in rural Vic car accident

    Two men have died in a car crash near Geelong that is believed to have happened on Saturday evening but wasn't discovered until Sunday morning.

  6. Hunt defends 'climate contrarian' Lomborg

    Hunt defends 'climate contrarian' Lomborg

    Environment Minister Greg Hunt says the University of Western Australia's new Australia Consensus Centre is not a "global-warming think tank".

  7. Sydney vigil for Chan and Sukumaran

    Sydney vigil for Chan and Sukumaran

    Supporters of convicted drug smugglers Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will hold a vigil near the Indonesian consulate in Sydney on Monday.

  8. Very sick to benefit from PBS review: Ley

    Very sick to benefit from PBS review: Ley

    The federal government is in talks with medical and consumer groups to remove over-the-counter medicines from the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.

  9. IS not just recruiting fighters: Dutton

    Politicians and health professionals are outraged that Islamic State has recruited an Australian doctor.

  10. Truckie killed in head-on crash in Qld

    Truckie killed in head-on crash in Qld

    The Warrego Highway near Macalister in Queensland's Darling Downs has been closed after a fatal accident involving two trucks.

  11. SBS journo fired over Anzac tweets

    SBS journo fired over Anzac tweets

    Football journalist Scott McIntyre was fired over a series of Anzac Day tweets that Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull described as "despicable".

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