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Australian PM orders counter-terrorism ops after news of public killing by IS surfaces in Sydney

Abbott said there was a “serious risk from a terrorist attack” days after Australia raised its national terror threat level to “high”.


Australia contributing planes for anti-IS campaign

The 400 air force personnel and 200 others in the contingent could be deployed this week, Abbott told reporters.


Two Australians dead, 18 tourists hurt in Kenya crash

Tour operator Intrepid Travel said 25 people – 22 tourists and three local staff – were on the bus.


Tony Abbott to visit India next week; uranium deal tops agenda

Australia holds about a third of the world’s recoverable uranium resources, and exports nearly 7,000 tonnes a year.


Travelogue: My intimate affair with Australia’s Red Centre

Located in the central part of the island nation, the destination is only few hours away from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.


Maxwell, Marsh munch on minnows in opening tie

Maxwell included an outrageous display of ambidextrous shot making in his innings, hitting nine fours and five sixes.


Australia may help in US airdrops in Iraq: Tony Abbott

Abbott said it was important to assist international partners as the situation deteriorated in Iraq.

India seeks consular access to asylum-seekers detained in Oz

Canberra has informed New Delhi that these people were part of an illegal migration racket.


After MH370 disappearance, Australian family loses two more members to MH17 crash

An Australian family mourning their son and his wife learnt that their step-granddaughter and her husband were on MH17.


Any ODI leading up to the World Cup is crucial, says Michael Clarke

Clarke expects a full strength squad for the upcoming tri-series against South Africa and Zimbabwe.


Australia go for youth in preliminary squad for Brazil

The squad is littered with players in their early 20s with two uncapped contenders for a ticket to South America.


The long road back

Australia go atop updated Test cricket rankings after nearly five years; are also No.1 in ODIs.


Australia hard to beat in home conditions, says Shane Watson

Watson feels India’s plight in Australia in adapting to wicket conditions would be similar to theirs in India.


At 25, three-time Olympic champ Stephanie Rice calls it a day

Stephanie has not competed since her failure to win a single medal at the 2012 London Games.

A reason to crow

A species of the bird in Australia passes an Aesop fable test.


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