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The privacy of poetry professor Barry Spurr has been "trashed" with the exposure of his racist and sexist emails as part of a political campaign against the Federal Government's national curriculum review, his barrister argued in the Federal Court on Thursday.
Both the United States and the United Kingdom have asked Australia to send personnel to West Africa to help combat the deadly Ebola virus, foreign affairs officials have told a Senate hearing.
A Victorian manufacturer has become the first employer to cut jobs after the Abbott government revealed its plans to slice the renewable energy target by as much as 40 per cent.
A body has been found floating in Sydney Harbour just off the shore of Balmain East.
Comedian Josh Thomas and Liberal MP Wyatt Roy have gone tweet to tweet over asylum seeker policy - and it got personal.
Indonesians have been warned that wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 may wash-up on the country's coastline.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says shootings in Canada bears the hallmarks of a Islamic State terrorist attack, as authorities prepare to boost security around Parliament House in Canberra.
Measures put in place to combat organised crime and corruption at James Packer's proposed Sydney casino will stay secret for at least three weeks after the NSW government baulked at the independent arbiter's finding that they should be public.
Immigration Minister Scott Morrison has brushed aside suggestions he is engaged in a power grab to take over portfolio responsibilities from colleagues including the Foreign Affairs, Defence, Justice and Agriculture ministers.