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FILE - In this Sept. 19, 2014, file photo, former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott speaks during a press conference, in Sydney.  Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull  confirmed Friday, Aug. 25, 2017,  that his predecessor and intra-party rival Abbott had once been too drunk to vote in Parliament, an incident that's been a poorly kept secret in political circles for eight years.(AP Photo/Rick Rycroft, File)

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The simple mortgage fix that could save you thousands

Avoid interest-only loans or pay the price

'Use your testicles': Barnaby Joyce ambushed in Gympie

Deputy Prime Minsiter Barnabay Joyce was given a fiery welcome by Widgee resident Lynlie Cross.

Deputy PM weathers tirade from angry Widgee woman

Police probe headbutting of Abbott by 'Yes' campaigner

Tony Abbott says he was headbutted.

Former PM questions where is the love from 'love is love' camp

NSW Government introduces euthanasia laws to parliament

MP Trevor Khan presents his Assisted Dying Bill at NSW State Parliament today. Picture: AAP Image/Mick Tsikas

Euthanasia laws to give terminally ill patients right to die

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Temps are rising and dogs are still being left in cars

Dogs shouldn't be left in cars or on the back of utes: RSPCA.

Despite all the warnings dogs are still being left in cars

More than 20 headstones damaged in cemetery vandalism

Maintenance crews arrived to find Bowen Cemetery vandalised.

Family and community members have been left frustrated

'It'll be a special place for many': Memorial honours miners

UNVEILED: Retired miner George Pringle meets Chan nel Nine newsreader Andrew Lofthouse at the unveiling of the Redbank memorial.

"A chance to remember a family member, friend or colleague."

88-year-old driver pleads not guilty to fatal crash

AN ELDERLY Tweed Shire man has pleaded not guilty to dangerous driving which caused the death of a motorcyclist on a rural Tweed road last year.

Bushfire warning issued with blaze out of control in NSW

A bushfire at Hydeaway Bay burning August 21, 2017.

Bushfire threatens properties west of Newcastle

Man who tackled and 'licked' elderly woman facing sentence

Man tackled 70-year-old, kissed and licked her face

He's 93, has dementia and makes love with a sex worker

People with dementia can experience massive changes in their libidos.

Meet the escort who helps men with dementia enjoy sex

Australia Day date 'just wrong' says councillor

Memmbers of the public hold flags at an Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony and Flag Raising event in Canberra on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

Lismore City Council moves to dump January 26

Cancer cluster fears after more than 20 deaths

HEARTBROKEN: Ronald Marshall lost his wife and two daughters to cancer. His daughters, Bernadette and Mandy, were in their 40s when they passed away. He believes radioactive 'black sands' dumped around Mooball was a contributing factor to their deaths. Photo: Alina Rylko

GP says he is aware of 28 cancer cases on one street in Tweed Valley

Revealed: The dark secrets behind The Sound of Music

This iconic scene was not easy to film.

"I lost all four of my teeth across the bottom."

Gucci pour 550 hours into making musician's dress

Dazzling display made to look like CGI - but don't be fooled!

Aussie woman, 65, dies on holiday in Thailand

Lifeguards at Kamala Beach were unable to revive the Australian woman after she was pulled from the surf on September 17.

Woman died after swimming in dangerous surf conditions.