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  1. Royals' quiet day makes news

    Royals' quiet day makes news

    The Cambridges quiet day in Canberra with their son has been captured by paparazzi, with images making news broadcasts.

  2. NSW police breath-test 60,000 during blitz

    NSW police say they've breath tested almost 60,000 people during their Easter road blitz, with 58 charged for drink driving.

  3. Human remains found at Vic beach

    Human remains found at Vic beach

    Human remains have been found near Victoria's Cape Otway in the area where a swimmer went missing on Easter Sunday.

  4. Six rescued during Vic fishing trip

    Six people on board a fishing boat have been rescued after the vessel began taking on water off Portland, Victoria.

  5. Woman missing at Gold Coast beach

    Surf lifesavers and police are searching for a woman who they fear hasn't returned from an ocean swim on the Gold Coast.

  6. Wran remembered as great statesman

    Wran remembered as great statesman

    Possibly NSW's greatest premier, Neville Wran has been remembered for his many achievements, with Tony Abbott saying he had left his mark.

  7. Family grieves for slain sisters

    Family grieves for slain sisters

    Two sisters, aged four and three, who were killed in an Easter Sunday tragedy will never be forgotten, their family says.

  8. Central Australia readies for the royals

    Central Australia readies for the royals

    Residents of the remote Aboriginal community of Mutitjulu will be meeting some of Uluru's most famous visitors when Prince William and Kate come to town.

  9. Man falls 15m as Melbourne crane topples

    Man falls 15m as Melbourne crane topples

    A man has been trapped inside the cabin of his fallen crane at a West Melbourne shipping container yard.

  10. Shorten to present vision for ALP reform

    Shorten to present vision for ALP reform

    Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says millions of Australians expect the Labor Party to be a strong and viable alternative in a healthy democracy.

  11. Direct Action is a waste of money: Palmer

    Direct Action is a waste of money: Palmer

    Clive Palmer has blasted the Abbott government's alternative climate policy as a token gesture his party unlikely to support.

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