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Man jailed for mailing bullets to Australia PM

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Angry over government policies on immigration and education, an 81-year-old Australian man mailed bullets and detonators to Prime Minister Julia Gillard, other political leaders and leading bankers.

Ponting on track to become Australia’s most capped


Ricky Ponting could break Steve Waugh's record as Australia's most-capped Test cricketer in front of his home fans at Hobart after the international summer schedule was announced on Thursday.

Australia one-day and T20 squads to play Pakistan

The Australia one-day and Twenty20 international squads named on Monday to play Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates from August 28 to September 10.

Australian sentenced to life for killing three Indians

A 42-year-old Australian was on Thursday sentenced to at least 35 years in jail without parole for brutally killing his Indian girlfriend and her two siblings, in the longest sentence handed down in Q

Australian manhunt for 'decapitation' killer

A massive hunt was underway in northern Australia on Wednesday for a fugitive accused of decapitating a man and leaving only a hat where his head should have been.

More than 100 police officers, wit

Asylum-seeker boat sinks en route to Australia

An asylum-seeker boat carrying an estimated 150 people sank Wednesday en route to Australia's Christmas Island, barely a week after another vessel went down in the same area, killing up to 90.

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Last efforts in refugee boat search off Australia

Rescuers were making last efforts on Saturday to search for survivors from a refugee boat accident off Australia's Christmas Island as final hopes faded for some 90 people still missing.

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Asylum-seeker boat carrying 200 capsizes off Australia


An asylum-seeker boat believed to be carrying 200 people capsized on Thursday off remote Christmas Island with an unknown number of survivors, Australian authorities said.

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Melbourne rattled by rare quake

The Australian city of Melbourne was hit by a rare earthquake on Tuesday with residents reporting their houses shook and windows rattled, but there were no immediate reports of damage.

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Indian taxi driver attacked, abused in Australia

An Indian taxi driver was attacked and racially abused and his car smashed, as a group of baseball bat wielding youth went about attacking and robbing cab drivers in Melbourne suburbs.

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