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  1. The financial sector faces a public backlash and the prospect of tighter regulations when an interim

    'Judgement day' looms for Australia's scandal-hit banks

    Australia's scandal-plagued banks are braced for "judgement day", as a public inquiry into industry misconduct prepares to publish its initial ...
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    England 'perplexed' by new global calendar proposals

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    Australia to launch inquiry into embattled public broadcaster

  4. Suspects in dead kangaroo case

    3 men wanted for killing and torturing kangaroos in Australia

  5. FILE PHOTO: Australia v New Zealand - Rugby League World Cup Final 2013

    Rugby: Slater decision sparks uproar before NRL Grand Final

  6. FILE PHOTO: Autumn Internationals - England vs Australia

    Wallabies hoping Boks will buckle under home fan pressure

    Australia are hoping that hosts South Africa will buckle under the pressure from eager home fans in the Rugby Championship on Saturday after the ...
  7. South Africa vs Australia - Third Test

    Starc ready to carry burden of lone pace man against Pakistan

    Mitchell Starc is ready to step up and do the heavy lifting as Australia's sole specialist pace bowler should the tourists opt for a three-pronged ...
  8. Anti Lynas activists have previously protested the Australian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur

    Malaysia government to review Australia rare earths plant

    An ardent critic of an Australian rare earths plant in Malaysia said Tuesday she will head a government review into the controversial site after ...
  9. Australia's David Warner and Steve Smith before the match

    Warner, Smith runs cold comfort for Paine's Australia

    As Steve Smith and David Warner padded up at suburban Sydney cricket grounds over the weekend, the warm spring sunshine may have seemed fitting ...
  10. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks in the House of Representatives at Parliament House

    Australia govt blessed with budget windfall as election looms

    A surging tax-take has blessed Australia's centre-right government with the smallest budget deficit in a decade and the means to fund a host of ...