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Police powers bolstered as terror attack probe widens

A knife attack at a western Sydney church that hospitalised two clergymen is being treated as a terrorist act, granting police expansive powers as they probe the city’s second mass …

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Man who stabbed six to death in Sydney identified

The 40-year-old man who fatally stabbed six people at a busy Sydney shopping centre has been identified by NSW Police, as a dozen others remain in hospital. The man who …

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Man shot as multiple people stabbed at Bondi shopping centre

Five people have been confirmed dead in a knife attack at a shopping centre in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, with the attacker shot dead by police. Five people have died and …

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PM announces Samantha Mostyn AO as new governor-general

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has announced Samantha Mostyn AO will become Australia’s next governor-general. The King accepted Mr Albanese’s recommendation to appoint the 59-year-old business and community leader as the …

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Australians spend less, more often in online shop surge

Baby boomers have taken to online shopping in droves while younger shoppers are cutting back amid cost-of-living pressures. An increasing number of parcels are also heading to regional and rural …

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Airport reforms to target cancellations and competition

Regional communities and travellers facing cancellation due to weather or security events are set to benefit from proposed reforms to Australia’s busiest airport. Airlines will also need to explain how …

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Suing surgeon failed but is not a monster, lawyer says

Star surgeon Munjed Al Muderis is not a monster but there is a public interest in reporting when his operations fail as they have for dozens of people, a court …

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Mum hopes for end with still no answer over son’s death

The mother of a man bashed to death over a pair of AirPods is still asking how her son died over something so trivial. Janet Houllis faces another agonising wait …

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NSW ex-minister pleads not guilty to child sex offences

Former NSW minister Milton Orkopoulos took advantage of boys from broken homes in his electorate, giving them drugs and sexually abusing them when he saw an opportunity to act on …

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