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  1. Leaked list of people sentenced on terrorism-related charges reveals scale of imprisonment in China's Uyghur heartland

    Leaked list of people sentenced on terrorism-related charges reveals scale of imprisonment in China's Uyghur heartland

    A list obtained and partially verified by the Associated Press cites the names of more than 10,000 Uyghurs who have been sent to prison in just Konasheher county alone, one of dozens in southern Xinjiang.

  2. ICAC delivers damning report into 'corrupt' driver licensing industry passing incompetent drivers

    ICAC delivers damning report into 'corrupt' driver licensing industry passing incompetent drivers

    A new report by the anti-corruption watchdog has revealed bribery, improper conduct and corruption in South Australia's driver licensing industry .

  3. Melbourne socialite Jeanette Moss's violent death still a mystery, says coroner

    Melbourne socialite Jeanette Moss's violent death still a mystery, says coroner

    The Victorian coroner has ruled that socialite Jeanette Moss died by neck compression, but was not able to identify the specific circumstances of her killing.

  4. Christchurch shooting survivor says violence achieved nothing, is heartbroken for victims of Buffalo shootings

    Christchurch shooting survivor says violence achieved nothing, is heartbroken for victims of Buffalo shootings

    Temel Ataçocuğu, who was shot nine times during the Christchurch mosque attacks, says he is heartbroken for the families of the Buffalo attack victims.

  5. Incoming Philippines president Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr makes quiet visit to Melbourne

    Incoming Philippines president Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr makes quiet visit to Melbourne

    The incoming president of the Philippines is in Australia, just days after winning a big victory in last week's election.

  6. NT coroner examines death of a woman at the hands of ex-partner out on parole for assault

    NT coroner examines death of a woman at the hands of ex-partner out on parole for assault

    An inquest has begun in Darwin examining the death of a woman who was killed by her ex-partner, while he was on parole for a separate violent assault.

  7. ACT Supreme Court refuses Bernard Collaery's application for government agency documents

    ACT Supreme Court refuses Bernard Collaery's application for government agency documents

    The latest twist in the saga of the government's pursuit of Bernard Collaery sees the ACT Supreme Court refuse his application for piles of documents from agencies, including the overseas spy group ASIS.

  8. Federal election live updates: Coalition to release final policy costings, claiming improvements to forecast bottom line

    Federal election live updates: Coalition to release final policy costings, claiming improvements to forecast bottom line

    The Coalition will release its final policy costings ahead of Saturday's federal election, arguing they show a $1 billion improvement to the forecast budget bottom line over the forward estimates. Follow live.

  9. Several federal election candidates may be dual citizens, ineligible under Section 44 of constitution

    Several federal election candidates may be dual citizens, ineligible under Section 44 of constitution

    The ABC has examined the qualification checklist forms of all lower house candidates and found dozens failed to acknowledge they may have inherited foreign citizenship from their parents.

  10. Rising cost of living dragging Canberrans below poverty line in what many call Australia's most affluent city

    Rising cost of living dragging Canberrans below poverty line in what many call Australia's most affluent city

    Service providers in the ACT fear more Canberrans cannot meet basic living costs, challenging perceptions of Canberra as a rich city.