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Caught with his pants down… but can conman Peter Foster escape justice again?

The man who brought Cherie Blair to tears, duped Sarah Ferguson and swindled millions, is back behind bars – for now

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Woman blinded as a child can see again after hitting her head on a coffee table

Lisa Reid knelt down to kiss her guide dog a goodnight and hit her head

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Parents who force their children to wear a burqa should be jailed, says Australian senator

Jacqui Lambie has submitted a draft 'burqa ban' bill to Parliament

Australian immigration minister Scott Morrison laid out the measures in parliament on Monday

Ebola crisis: Australia imposes visa ban on affected countries as returning US soldiers returning from West Africa are isolated

The latest measures have been condemned by health authorities and the United Nations as extreme

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Anti-burqa protesters try to enter Australian parliament wearing Ku Klux Klan outfit, a motorcycle helmet and niqab

Three men have attempted to enter the Australian parliament while covering their faces, in protest at the burqa

A screen shot from the footage capturing the storm over Melbourne

Huge lightning storm illuminates sky over Melbourne as tens of thousands lose power

Video: Footage shows the awe-inspiring power of the storm

A teenager in Queensland, Australia, is being tested for Ebola after developing a fever

Ebola outbreak: Teenager in Australia being tested for disease after developing fever

An 18-year-old, who is understood to have moved to Queensland 11 days ago from Guinea, West Africa, is being tested for the virulent disease

Get ready for G20 with this Australian rap - with a cameo from an actual politician

Video: Australian politician Scott Ludlam uses the power of music to attack anti-terrorism laws

The M/V Fugro Discovery, which along with the Malaysian-contracted GO Phoenix, is searching for MH370

MH370 search: Wreckage from missing Malaysia Airlines jet 'most likely to wash up on Indonesian coast'

Officials say they continue to receive reports of debris in Australia – but that a drift west is much more likely

Australian café owner sparks debate after saying 'No' to having unruly children on premises

Owner Jodie Morris claims business is the busiest it’s ever been since her controversial comments

The ban was introduced after rumours started of a lobby group intending to send someone in full burqa to the parliament building in Canberra

Tony Abbott lifts ‘accidental’ ban on burkas in Australian parliament

Ban was introduced on the basis of a rumour that someone was intending to enter parliament dressed in a full burka

Evie, Mo and Otis Maslin were all killed when flight MH17 was shot down

Malaysian Airlines flight MH17: Parents of three Australian children killed in crash call for an end to 'this pointless war'

Mo, Evie and Otis Maslin all died when the passenger jet was downed in July

Australian teenager gets bitten by shark; remains utterly unfazed

Video: 13-year-old Kirra-Belle Olsson thought it was just one of her mates messing around

University professor suspended over sending 'vile' and racist emails

Professor Spurr is a leading poetry expert at University of Sydney

Dylan Thomas after spider had been removed from his torso

Spider burrowed through tourist's stomach and up into his chest

Dylan Thomas found the spider had burrowed its way through a scar

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