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Thousands paying back welfare debts

The prospect of being charged interest has seen 28,000 former Centrelink clients paying back debts they owe.

Govt gives $33m to rare cancer research

Health Minister Greg Hunt says the Turnbull government is providing $33 million for research into rare cancers.

We won't split business tax plan: Cormann

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says the government won't be splitting its business tax plan when it is debated this week.

Three men killed in separate SA crashes

Three men have died in separate road crashes in South Australia, taking the state's road toll to 39 for the year.

Supporters of Tamil family to rally against imminent deportation

A snap rally in support of a Sri Lankan family potentially facing deportation will be held in Melbourne.

Rally to keep Tamil family from imminent deportation

A snap rally in support of a Sri Lankan family potentially facing deportation will be held in Melbourne.

Albanese's views not out of line: Chalmers

A Labor frontbencher says Anthony Albanese is not saying anything different from what Bill Shorten is doing when it comes to dealing with business.

Emotional bank inquiry farm hearing begins

A banking royal commission hearing that begins on Monday will include a focus on lending to farmers.

Qld man dies after falling under own truck

A man has been killed north of Brisbane after falling out of a reversing truck, which rolled over him.

One dead, two serious after SA crashes

Two people are fighting for their lives and a young man is dead after two serious accidents in South Australia overnight.

Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul dead at 54

Tributes are being paid to Vinnie Paul, the co-founder and drummer of heavy metal group Pantera, who has died aged 54; no other details are available.

GoT stars Kit Harington, Rose Leslie wed

British actors Kit Harington and Rose Leslie, who met on the set of hit series Game of Thrones, have married in Scotland at the bride's ancestral castle.

WA Labor by-election loss 'sends message'

The loss of the Darling Range by-election sends a clear message of dissatisfaction to Western Australia's Labor government, the opposition says.

$160m mental health boost fills system gap

A national funding boost will address gaps for Australians with mental illness who aren't covered by the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Bad timing for corporate tax cut: Labor

Ahead of federal parliament sitting for the final week before the long winter break, Labor remains opposed to the proposed corporate tax cuts.

Labor launches NBN service guarantee

A Shorten Labor government would make NBN Co pay penalties and compensate customers for shoddy broadband or long waiting times for service.

Superquiz and Target, Sunday, June 24

Trivia and word buffs: test your knowledge with today's superquiz and Target.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

CMV: Why aren't pregnant women being warned about virus risk to babies

No one warned Bree about the debilitating condition she passed to her unborn son. Or the simple steps that could have helped prevent it.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How Leo's doggy dementia reversal gives hope for a cure in humans

Leo was a placid dog visiting nursing home residents with dementia until he got dementia, too.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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