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The thieves smashed through the shopping centre's front before stealing from the jewellery store

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A handout picture released by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) shows a shakemap of the region in Papua New Guinea (PNG) where a 7.5 to 7.6 magnitude earthquake occured on 30 March 2015, at a depth of 40 km

Tsunami warning issued for parts of Pacific after earthquake off Papua New Guinea

The tsunami warning center said tsunami waves reaching 3 to 10 feet were possible for Papua New Guinea's coastlines

The funeral order of service programme of murdered Irish woman Jill Meagher is displayed at the chapel in Fawkner Cemetery in Melbourne, on October 5, 2012.

Priest in Australia says murdered woman would still be alive if she had been more 'faith filled'

29 year-old Jill Meagher was raped and strangled to death in 2012

Canoe club rescues dolphins after they become stuck in shallow lake near Perth - video

It took the rescuers more than three hours to catch the dolphins trapped in the deep water

Hilder pulled the shark in after a two hour battle

Watch Australian fisherman catch massive 13-foot tiger shark using only a line and a hook

Fisherman Brendan Hilder was fishing for salmon when he found the tiger shark on the end of his line

Handout image released by Sydney Airport on 08 March 2015 shows CCTV vision of two teenage brothers suspected of trying to fly to the Middle East to fight, at Sydney Airport, Australia, 06 March 2015

Australia police prevent 230 suspected militants, including three teenagers, from travelling to Middle East to fight for Isis

Two brothers, aged 16 and 17, were stopped at Sydney International Airport on suspicion they were headed for conflict in the Middle East earlier this month

The girl was dragged by the neck

Horrific footage emerges of 16-year-old Australian girl being dragged by the neck during police arrest

A magistrate ruled that Melissa Dunn was subject to unnecessary force

Three of the 12 whales that became stranded on Monday

Dozens of whales die in Australia after mass stranding near Perth harbour

The whales were first spotted early on Monday after becoming stuck in rocks near Bunbury Harbour in Perth

The Great Barrier Reef has lost about 50 per cent of its coral in the past 30 years

Great Barrier Reef: Australian PM Tony Abbott makes saving the World Heritage site his top priority

The 35-year plan envisages spending more than £1bn over the next decade

Direct descendants of the Mutiny on the Bounty crew on Norfolk Island

Another mutiny for descendants of HMS Bounty crew as Australia plans to end Norfolk Island's self-rule

The Pacific island has been plagued by financial issues for years, and relies heavily on assistance from Canberra

Children play in a destroyed banana plantation in Mele, outside the Vanuatu capital, Port Vila

Cyclone Pam: Vanuatu provides lesson in how to survive a category five storm

Aid workers left amazed by the resilience of the islanders and the low death toll

Vanuatu residents stand in the wreckage of their home

Cyclone Pam: Vanuatu will run out of food 'in a week' as officials slam aid agencies for wanting 'publicity'

National disaster committee deputy chair said the response could have been handled better

Vanuatu residents stand in the wreckage of their home

Cyclone Pam: Vanuatu islanders face starvation 'within days' following destruction of all crops, warns Unicef

The death toll now stands at 24, with dozens injured, but is expected to rise and there are 'serious concerns about food security'

Muslim community in Australia sets up TV network to tackle mainstream media portrayal of Islam

The One Path Network was set up to provide 'authentic Islamic knowledge using a professional contemporary approach'

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