Malaysian popular opposition figure Anwar Ibrahim is free for the first time since 2014 after receiving a royal pardon for a sodomy conviction supporters believe was trumped up and politically motivated.
The federal government is opening up 21 new acreages for oil and gas drilling in the Great Australia Bight. The sites are spread out across six basins off Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, and the Ashmore and Cartier Islands.
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Former Labor MP Susan Lamb has officially renounced her British citizenship, clearing the way for her to seek a comeback in the by-election for her old seat of Longman, QLD.
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The UN World Health Organization (WHO) hopes to begin a mass vaccination drive later this week to head off the advance of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Commonwealth Bank's chief financial officer Rob Jesudason has resigned after less than a year on the job, leaving the restive institution with yet another major vacancy to fill.
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Health officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo say one person has died in what appears to be a new outbreak of the very deadly and very contagious Ebola virus.
A Brisbane court ordered Linc Energy to pay a record fine of $4.5 Million for the "ecological vandalism" at its underground coal gasification plant at Chinchilla between 2007 and 2013.
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Amid shocking revelations of misconduct in the banking industry, the coalition's new budget slashes funding to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) by $26 Million and cuts its staffing by 30 workers.
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) will conduct a public inquiry of SafeWorkSA after a number of complaints about the regulatory body were reported.
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The High Court has ruled that Labor Senator Katy Gallagher isn't eligible to serve because she didn't renounce her British citizenship in time for the 2016 election. Four other MPs stood down because of the decision.
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Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner apologized to the LGBTI community for "state-sanctioned discrimination"and the laws that "criminalised love and attraction".