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Hundreds of new safe spaces as DV deaths continue

Women escaping domestic violence will have improved access to emergency accommodation as the federal government delivers hundreds of new safe places across Australia. About one in five Australians have experienced …

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New normal for Assange as spotlight shifts to next move

Questions are hanging over Julian Assange’s future as he adjusts to ordinary life. The WikiLeaks founder set foot on Australian soil as a free man after 14 years dodging US …

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Dutton takes lead as preferred PM for the first time

Australians are finally taking to Opposition Leader Peter Dutton, with voter ratings of Anthony Albanese continuing to drop as they turn to the coalition for national security and economic management. …

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PM ‘wishes the US well’ after Trump’s guilty verdict

Australia’s alliance with the United States goes beyond individual leaders, says Anthony Albanese after Donald Trump’s conviction over hush money. A New York jury has found the former president and …

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Students paid during work placement for first time

Student teachers, nurses and social workers will be paid during their compulsory work placements for the first time. As part of their degrees, these students must work hundreds of hours …

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Australians distrust use of AI in news content

Australians distrust news articles that have been written by generative artificial intelligence even as media companies increasingly turn to the emerging technology. Generative artificial intelligence (AI) technology first burst into …

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Tasmania vote a lesson for federal Labor and Liberals

Tasmanians have sent the nation’s major political parties into a frenzy as they prepare for a federal election by failing to vote decisively for either a Liberal or Labor government. Though ballots …

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Australia will work with US regardless of president

Australia is ready to work with the US regardless of who Americans vote for at the presidential election, the deputy prime minister says. Questions are being asked about the future …

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House prices may surge if buyers use super for deposits

House prices could surge by as much as $86,000 in some Australian capitals if aspiring homebuyers use their superannuation to put down a deposit. Under the federal opposition’s housing proposal, …

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NAPLAN results to arrive within weeks of testing

For more than one million Australian students, the anxious wait for their NAPLAN test results will be cut in half. On Wednesday, 1.3 million school students from nearly 10,000 schools …

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