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Plane lands safely in Sydney with hole in engine casing
A plane heading to Shanghai returned safely to Sydney after an in-flight problem left a gaping hole in the engine casing.
 
Hero Aussie nurse 'died trying to aid attack victims'
The family of an Australian nurse who was one of the seven people killed in the London Bridge extremist attacks said Tuesday that she died while trying to assist other victims of the van and knife rampage.
 
Concerns of growing Chinese influence spark Australian spy law review
Australia has ordered an inquiry into espionage laws and foreign government interference amid growing concerns about Chinese influence in the country's politics, it emerged Tuesday.
 
India's Adani to start work on mine near Great Barrier Reef
Indian mining giant Adani on Tuesday said it will start work on a huge US$16 billion coal project that environmentalists warn will damage Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
 
Hostage-taker in Australia had been acquitted of terror plot
A gunman who killed a man and took a woman hostage before dying in a police shootout had been acquitted of plotting a terror attack at a Sydney army base years earlier, police said Tuesday. Three police officers were wounded.
 
Iron ore mining magnate Andrew Forrest is donating 400 million Australian dollars ($300 million) to charities in what has been described as a new record in Australian philanthropy.
 
A man who brutally attacked two female backpackers on a remote Australian beach will spend at least 17 years in jail.
 
Australia police mull abuse charges against Pope aide
Australian police were Wednesday deciding whether to charge Vatican finance chief George Pell over historic sex abuse allegations after receiving final advice from prosecutors.
 
Qantas boss says he won't be silenced despite pie protest
Qantas chief Alan Joyce, who was hit in the face by a pie in a protest against gay marriage in Australia, said Wednesday he would not be silenced on important social issues.
 
Australia crafts budget 'to counter voter frustration'
Australia was set to unveil a "practical" budget Tuesday focused on infrastructure spending and housing affordability with the government "listening" to frustrated voters.
 
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