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  1. Vic man jailed 20 years for killing two

    A Victorian man who believed he was Hitler's grandson stabbed three men on his property, killing two.

  2. Brisbane's southside on measles alert

    Brisbane's southside on measles alert

    Health authorities have issued a measles alert for Brisbane's southside after a man was diagnosed with the highly infectious disease.

  3. Tasers rolled out across country Victoria

    Tasers rolled out across country Victoria

    The Victorian government is providing $13.5 million to fund the rollout of Tasers in 24-hour country police stations.

  4. Change family violence system: Vic police

    Victorian police say the approach to family violence needs to change, with more focus on targeting victims and perpetrators deemed a higher risk.

  5. 'Put war veterans before monuments': Rev

    A Brisbane church leader wants politicians to focus on the welfare of returned soldiers during the first Anzac Day since the Afghanistan war withdrawal.

  6. Pain for households as gas prices soar

    Pain for households as gas prices soar

    Gas prices in NSW are set to rocket again, causing households across the state more utility bill pain.

  7. Sydney neighbourhood dispute ends in court

    A judge has dismissed a lawsuit between two warring couples from a picturesque beachside village in Sydney's Pittwater area that began 20 years ago.

  8. Footballer turned bikie freed on bail

    Footballer turned bikie freed on bail

    Ex-Sydney Roosters player turned bikie Anthony Watts has been granted bail while he faces charges of threatening to kill a restaurant worker.

  9. VC recipient on minds in Burnie

    There will be mixed feelings in the struggling Tasmanian city of Burnie on Anzac Day after its first Victoria Cross recipient was named earlier this year.

  10. Qld MP quits role amid blackmail claim

    Qld MP quits role amid blackmail claim

    A Qld MP has quit as chairman of a powerful parliamentary committee, claiming he's been subjected to a campaign of blackmail and intimidation.

  11. Brisbane man's death not suspicious

    Brisbane man's death not suspicious

    Police say the death of a man whose body was found on a Brisbane street, following reports of a nearby fight, isn't suspicious.

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