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  1. 19 arrested at Sydney dance party

    19 arrested at Sydney dance party

    Police drug dogs searched 160 people at Sydney's Midnight Mafia Dance Party with one man charged for allegedly carrying 441 ecstasy pills.

  2. NSW drink-driver crashes with baby in car

    A Sydney mother had her five-month-old boy in the car when she was involved in a crash while allegedly more than four times over the legal limit.

  3. PM skols a beer at Sydney pub

    PM skols a beer at Sydney pub

    Labor's Bill Shorten is please the PM has learned to drink beer without lemonade, after mobile phone footage emerged of him skolling a schooner of beer.

  4. Palmer suing Lazarus for defamation

    Palmer suing Lazarus for defamation

    Palmer United Party defector Senator Glenn Lazarus is facing a defamation suit from Clive Palmer over allegations he considered a merger with the Liberals.

  5. Improved flu shot available before winter

    Improved flu shot available before winter

    The flu shot has been updated to protect people against the three most prevalent flu strains.

  6. Serious crash shuts down SA highway

    Four people have been injured in a serious crash in South Australia.

  7. Suncorp Stadium is not for sale: Qld govt

    Suncorp Stadium is not for sale: Qld govt

    Queensland's premier has reassured the public that the state's sport stadiums are not for sale after documents show her predecessor was considering it.

  8. Terror won't spook Victorians: Fischer

    Former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer says Victorians shouldn't be spooked by recent terror related arrests in the lead up to Anzac Day.

  9. 'Excessive force' used in terror arrest

    Two men arrested in anti-terror raids in Melbourne say police used excessive force.

  10. People urged to attend Anzac events

    Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has urged people to attend Anzac Day events and said security measures would be increased in wake of alleged terror plot.

  11. Australia to learn from UK Google tax

    Australia to learn from UK Google tax

    Australia and the UK have agreed to join forces in the war against tax avoidance by multinational companies.

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