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Fewer Aussies own their home outright

The 2016 Census shows fewer people own their home outright, while a growing number have been forced to rent.

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Jun 27 2017
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Turnbull insists Liberals 'very united'

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is refusing to buy into a fresh spat between Tony Abbott and Christopher Pyne, insisting the Liberal party room is harmonious.

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Jun 27 2017
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Brazil's president charged with corruption

Brazilian President Michel Temer has been charged with corruption over $US5 million he was allegedly given to resolve tax issues for a meatpacking business.

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Jun 27 2017
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May to EU migrants: We...

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has said she wants EU citizens already legally living in Britain to stay after Brexit.

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Jun 27 2017
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Blackmores chief to...

Blackmores chief Christine Holgate will replace Ahmed Fahour as the new boss of Australia Post.

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Jun 27 2017
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Navy ships fixed and...

Two of the Australian Navy's troubled warships are returning to the water this week after a problem with their propulsion pods was resolved.

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Jun 27 2017
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Barnaby could slap Depp with fresh charges

The saga of Pistol and Boo continues to dog Johnny Depp, with Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce saying he'll investigate whether the actor perjured himself.

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Jun 27 2017
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Flammable cladding found in 75 high rises

More and more high rise buildings in the United Kingdom have been found to contain flammable cladding in the wake of the Grenfell disaster.

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Jun 27 2017
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Trump's travel ban partly reinstated

The US State Department says the limited travel ban approved by the US Supreme Court will begin 72 hours after the court ruling.

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Jun 27 2017
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Trio charged over 1997...

Two men and a woman have been charged over the cold-case murder of Gold Coast father Philip Carlyle, who was shot four times in the head 20 years ago.

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Jun 27 2017
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Vic wins $1.4b battle...

Victoria's regional rail is set for a massive boost after the state and federal governments came to an agreement about a Port of Melbourne lease dividend.

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Jun 27 2017
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Focus on 'main game'...

Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce insists the government wants to offer the greatest conscience vote by holding a national plebiscite on same-sex marriage.

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Jun 27 2017
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