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Kangaroos avoid consecutive defeats with win over Tonga The Kangaroos prove why they are world champions by holding off a spirited fightback by Tonga to claim a Test match win. Assange sues over 'inhuman' conditions, cat obligations in Ecuadorean embassy WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange files a lawsuit in Ecuador against new terms of asylum in the Andean country's London embassy that require him to pay for medical bills and phone calls and clean up after his pet cat.

Afghans vote amid chaos and corruption Afghans have begun voting in parliamentary elections that have been overshadowed by chaotic organisation, allegations of corruption and violence. Perpetrators sentenced over group sexual assault of mentally impaired girl A cognitively disabled year-old girl sexually assaulted by a group of male teenagers lived in circumstances so bad she did not know how to say no to sex, a court hears. Man gets bitten by shark, punches it and lives to tell tale A man escapes from the jaws of a shark by punching it in the nose, and headbutting it, after it latched onto his arm while bodysurfing near Newcastle.

I travelled 23,km overland from Adelaide to London. This is what I learnt I left Australia with a clear idea of where I was heading, but 36 countries, 83 buses and 23 shared cars later, I learnt five lessons that will last me a lifetime, writes Edward Cavanough.

My partner wore a mask in public, but at home I struggled to keep him alive When Leesa Kwok's partner Jamie first got a call about the Invictus Games, he was spending most of his time in their walk-in wardrobe, shut off from the world. Lebanese cannabis farmers fight against legalisation of the drug Abu Jafaar, a cannabis farmer in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, is leading the push against the legalisation of cannabis production by the government, calling it "theft from our people".

Saudi Arabia admits journalist died during fight in consulate in Turkey Family saves toddler from being crushed by python in Far North Queensland A far north Queensland family save a month-old boy from the jaws of a four-metre-long scrub python after it latched onto the child while he was playing at the family home in Julatten, north of Cairns.

China's massive bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai is ready The crossing is built from , tonnes of steel and spans 55 kilometres across the Pearl River Delta, with a Saudi Arabia admits journalist died during fight in consulate in Turkey Saudi authorities admit for the first time that journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead, saying he died after a fight inside the country's consulate in Istanbul.

Naked butcher who prompted meat recall apologises for 'isolated' birthday incident An NT butcher who was photographed handling sausages naked, prompting a meat recall, says he's sorry for the "hurt and devastation" caused, pledging to leave the region "effective immediately". Man dies after being arrested at Melbourne bar A man loses consciousness and dies in police custody shortly after being handcuffed at a bar in Elsternwick, prompting an investigation into the cause of his death.

Dracula's weatherman flees cold climates to face the Queensland sun After a childhood of staring at clouds in the cold shadows of Dracula's castle, forecaster Gabriel Branescu's fascination with weather draws him to the climatic extremes of Queensland.

Third headless crocodile found in northern Queensland For the third time in as many months a crocodile is found decapitated in northern Queensland. The 'forgotten victims' who are forced to drink, cook and wash with bottled water Toxic foam used by firefighters has poisoned the ground in Bullsbrook in Perth's north-east, and residents — left with houses that are shedding value and water that's unsafe to drink — want the Federal Government to act.

Area larger than Perth torched by WA bushfire Emergency services are fighting fire with fire as they contain an ,hectare bushfire in Australia's north-west. Jetstar plane bound for Adelaide forced to turn back after crew fall sick Two Jetstar crew members are taken to hospital in Melbourne after falling ill on an Adelaide-bound flight, but the airline says it remains unknown how they became sick. Whyalla steelworks savings the wrong blueprint for SA hospitals, Opposition says The decision to appoint the former Whyalla steelworks administrators to reduce public health spending shows the Government is intent on running hospitals like factories, the SA Opposition says.

Eagle deaths on Tasmanian power lines more than double in a year, report shows The number of wedge-tailed eagles dying after coming into contact with electricity network infrastructure is up by more than per cent from the last year, TasNetworks' annual report reveals.

Cruise ship passenger charged after trying to throw partner overboard A Queensland man is in custody in Hobart charged with attempted murder after allegedly trying to throw his partner overboard from the Radiance of the Seas cruise ship.

Dance in toxic Queen River kicks off Tasmanian fringe festival Dancers jump into one of the most polluted rivers in the world as part of a contemporary arts festival on Tasmania's rugged west coast. Tasmanian Police rule out investigation into Kevin Lyons bribery allegations Tasmanian Police rule out reopening an investigation into former deputy premier Kevin Lyons, whose resignation triggered the downfall of the Bethune government in , given there was little prospect of charges being laid against a living person.

Saudi Arabia admits journalist died during fight in consulate in Turkey Naked butcher who prompted meat recall apologises for 'isolated' birthday incident An NT butcher who was photographed handling sausages naked, prompting a meat recall, says he's sorry for the "hurt and devastation" caused, pledging to leave the region "effective immediately".

Alcohol-fuelled violence in Katherine reaches Darwin levels The Northern Territory Police say they believe royalty money used to buy alcohol is behind an upsurge in violent incidents, including a series of sexual assaults, over the past few days in Katherine.

NT Law Society issued 'please explain' over defence of lawyer The Northern Territory Law Society is asked to explain its actions by a disciplinary tribunal after actively involving itself in defending a lawyer against a complaint filed by a former client. Invictus Games full coverage Wentworth by-election live results Antony Green's guide to Wentworth 10 great spots to catch a wave this summer Opinion: Meghan is a designer's dream and brands are cashing in Are Invictus Games host cities set up for getting around with a disability?

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The lessons from Wentworth Listen to all the spin on Saturday night about the result of the Wentworth by-election, but it shouldn't blot out the host of important messages that have emerged already. By Laura Tingle What I learnt travelling 23,km overland from Adelaide to London I left Australia with a clear idea of where I was heading, but 36 countries, 83 buses and 23 shared cars later, I learnt five lessons that will last me a lifetime, writes Edward Cavanough.

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Thousands of Central American migrants surge over Mexican border, battle with police Dramatic scenes unfold at the Guatemala, Mexico border as a caravan of thousands of migrants surge across a bridge, several clashing with border guards and police. The match that could change the face of international rugby league It's the game that could change the face of international rugby league, when Tonga take on the world champions Australia in Auckland on Saturday night. Pacific leaders slam Environment Minister's alleged cash slur Pacific leaders come out swinging after Melissa Price allegedly said the region was "always" seeking "cash" from Australia, amid testing times for relations.

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