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Can American can-do optimism head off a voter revolt in Sydney, the "Elizabeth Taylor of Australian cities"?
Amid the fun and games, an Australian town faces the serious issue of fishing quotas.
After Giffords' shooting, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fears for his safety.
Australia's third-biggest city under threat from deadly flooding and inland tsunami.
Foreign affairs provide relief from tough times at home. Old allies declare they’re still good mates. Gay marriage erupts as a defining issue, while a royal marriage serves as a reminder of unfinished business for republicans. And a deadly tragedy abroad leaves more questions than answers.
A national obsession revived 30 years on. Australian voters deliver their verdict: none of the above. A gaggle of independent country politicians hold the key to the nation’s future. The Queen’s representative finds her family ties an issue. The markets wait and wonder what comes next. And how much money is too much for a young woman who claims she was sexually harassed by the boss?
By her own admission, Australia's new prime minister is unusual.
In times of increasing joblessness and inflation, an Australian suggests shutting the Kiwis out.