EXPLAINER: Ecuadorian embassy to boot Assange in ‘hours to days’

EXPLAINER: Ecuadorian embassy to boot Assange in ‘hours to days’

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s almost seven-year asylum inside London’s Ecuadorian embassy could soon be at an end, with the Australian facing expulsion within "hours to days".
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RAW: Wife of murdered man Peter Davis, relieved with guilty verdict

RAW: Wife of murdered man Peter Davis, relieved with guilty verdict

Jenni Davis, wife of murdered victim Peter Davis says she is relieved with the guilty verdict. Ambrose John Clarke, 54, and Xavier Gerard Clarke, 52, have been found guilty of murdering 57-year-old Peter Davis again after facing a four-month re-tr...
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RAW: Family will continue to fight to clear Ambrose and Xavier Clarke

RAW: Family will continue to fight to clear Ambrose and Xavier Clarke

Speaking outside the West Australian Supreme Court to the media is Adrian Bertino-Clarke, the brother-in-law of Ambrose John Clarke, 54, and Xavier Gerard Clarke, 52, who have been found guilty of murdering 57-year-old Peter Davis again after faci...
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RAW: Daughter of Cindy Crossthwaite speaks outside court

RAW: Daughter of Cindy Crossthwaite speaks outside court

Jesmine Crossthwaite-Petrov, speaks to the media about her father's brief hearing at Melbourne Magistrates Court. Emil Petrov, 55 the estranged husband of Melbourne woman Cindy Crossthwaite has been charged with her murder more than a decade ago. ...
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Melbourne man survives a week in a blizzard in Tasmanian wilderness

Melbourne man survives a week in a blizzard in Tasmanian wilderness

Melbourne man Michael Bowman, 57, speaks to media in Hobart after being rescued from the wilderness in the state's Central Highlands on Tuesday. Mr Bowman spent more than a week huddled in a small tent in blizzard-like conditions after losing most...
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Dozens of councils join climate emergency call

Dozens of councils join climate emergency call

Close to three million Australians are living in a declared "climate emergency", as more local councils take a stand and demand urgent action.
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GWS AFL forward Jeremy Cameron media standup

GWS AFL forward Jeremy Cameron media standup

GWS forward Jeremy Cameron speaks to the media in Sydney on Monday and talks about GWS hitting 30,000 members, the Coleman Medal race and his own form. Cameron cheerfully admits form-wise he took a few weeks off during the AFL season and says crit...
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$35m worth of ice found in Sydney ute

$35m worth of ice found in Sydney ute

NSW Police Detective Chief Inspector Jason Smith speaking to media at Sydney's Police Headquarters about the arrest of three men and the seizure of over 100kg of the drug ice from the back of a ute in the city's eastern suburbs. The trio have been...
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EXPLAINER: Aussie comic Hannah Gadsby up for Emmys

EXPLAINER: Aussie comic Hannah Gadsby up for Emmys

Australian comedian Hannah Gadsby has been nominated for two Emmy Awards for her hit stand-up show while Game of Thrones is set to dominate the night with a record 32 nods. NO ARCHIVING AAP VIDEO BEYOND 48 HOUR NEWS USAGE
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Nephew of Bunyamin Oksuz says he's "burning inside"

Nephew of Bunyamin Oksuz says he's "burning inside"

A nephew of Bunyamin Oksuz speaks outside court after his uncle’s alleged killer Samir Mayhoub was bailed at the Supreme Court of Victoria. “I am not crying but I’m burning inside,” the man said as he escorted Oksuz’s widow from court.
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RAW: Alison Mains arrives at Sydney court

RAW: Alison Mains arrives at Sydney court

Alison Christie Mains arrives at Sydney's Downing Centre District Court. She is due to be sentenced for multiple charges including obtaining financial advantage by deception and defrauding the Commonwealth or a public authority. (AAp Video/Sarah M...
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Frydenberg needs to explain APRA funding cuts that led to toothless watchdog - Chalmers

Frydenberg needs to explain APRA funding cuts that led to toothless watchdog - Chalmers

Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers responds to the report into APRA that reveals the banking watchdog was too secretive, "unwilling to challenge itself" and slow to respond to problems, with an independent report demanding a major shake-up. Chalmers sa...
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Voice, treaty key to Indigenous equality

Voice, treaty key to Indigenous equality

The Morrison government’s proposed referendum on constitutional recognition has led to further calls for a treaty and a voice to parliament.
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EXPLAINER: Fifth anniversary of MH17 disaster

EXPLAINER: Fifth anniversary of MH17 disaster

It has been five years since Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 was shot down, killing 298 people including 38 Australians
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RAW: Police searching for duo over Melb robbery

RAW: Police searching for duo over Melb robbery

Supplied footage obtained on July 16, 2019 of an alleged assault and robbery at Southern Cross Station in Melbourne on June 26, 2019. Victoria Police released the CCTV footage as they hunt for the pair seen attacking a man at the station.
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Rabbitohs concentrating on beating the Cowboys after Origin

Rabbitohs concentrating on beating the Cowboys after Origin

South Sydney's centre James Roberts and forward Ethan Low speak to the media ahead of the NRL round 17. This weekend the Rabbitohs play the North Queensland Cowboys after beating Manly Sea Eagles by one point last weekend. "All the pressure's off ...
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It's never fair - St Kilda captain on coach Alan Richardson's sacking

It's never fair - St Kilda captain on coach Alan Richardson's sacking

St Kilda captain Jarryn Geary says that coach Alan Richardson told him last night of his sacking, and that he's disappointed but excited for the position Richardson leaves the club in.
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RAW: Police hunting attacker after Surry Hills stabbing and arson

RAW: Police hunting attacker after Surry Hills stabbing and arson

NSW Police detective chief inspector Adam Johnson speaking to media at Surry Hills police station about the search for a man wanted over the attempted murder of a restaurateur who was stabbed and left for dead in his burning Sydney eatery.
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Alan Richardson explains why he had to leave the Saints with six games left in the season

Alan Richardson explains why he had to leave the Saints with six games left in the season

St Kilda coach Alan Richardson speaks to the media about his decision to leave the club before year's end. He explains that trying to draft players to the club was becoming increasingly difficult when his own future was in doubt.
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Help Street founder attacks People Care over Gold Coast retirement village closure

Help Street founder attacks People Care over Gold Coast retirement village closure

Help Street founder Kris Bunker addresses the media on the Gold Coast about the Earle Haven Retirement Village incident last week when dozens of elderly patients were caught in the middle of a pay dispute between the sub-contractor Help Street and...
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Sants CEO discusses decision to let coach Alan Richardson go

Sants CEO discusses decision to let coach Alan Richardson go

St Kilda CEO Matt Finnis speaks about the decision to part ways with coach Alan Richardson with 6 games left in the 2019 season.
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Repairs on "high-risk" clad Vic buildings to begin within weeks

Repairs on "high-risk" clad Vic buildings to begin within weeks

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and Victorian Cladding Taskforce member Ted Baillieu speak to media about the release of the Victorian Cladding Taskforce report which identified 500 "highest risk" sites around the state in need of repair. Andrews...
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This is a national problem: Vic Premier calls for Commonwealth action on dangerous cladding

This is a national problem: Vic Premier calls for Commonwealth action on dangerous cladding

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews speaks to media about the release of the Victorian Cladding Taskforce report which, among its 35 recommendations, called for a cladding remediation fund to help remove flammable cladding from many buildings around ...
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Albanese says “bells are ringing” for Newstart

Albanese says “bells are ringing” for Newstart

Federal opposition leader Anthony Albanese speaks with reporters in Perth’s Hay Street Mall on Tuesday about the Newstart allowance, which he says is too low. His comments were interrupted by the bells of London Court.
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Solskjaer dismisses talk of trouble beteen Man U, Leeds fans

Solskjaer dismisses talk of trouble beteen Man U, Leeds fans

Manchester United head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer speaks to reporters on Perth ahead of his side’s clash with Leeds at Optus Stadium on Wednesday night. Solskjaer says he doesn’t expect there to be any trouble on or off the pitch between the two s...
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