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The 17-year old was arrested after police found three bombs at a house in the Melbourne suburbs

Mr Newman claimed 95 per cent of models demonstrating the link between human CO2 emissions and catastrophic global warming “have been found to be in error”.

Tony Abbott's senior adviser accuses UN of creating climate change hoax to impose 'new world order'

Maurice Newman says UN is using false models to achieve authoritarian rule

South Australia's Supreme Court

South Australian state urgently investigates outlawing 'gay panic defence'

Defence mean a non-violent homosexual advance can be used to establish provocation, and can reduce a murder charge to that of manslaughter

'Ugliest bride I've ever photographed': Wedding photographer apologises for insulting Facebook post

The Australian wedding photographer said the abusive post was the work of hackers

President of the Republic of Nauru Baron Divavesi Waqa addresses the 68th United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters on 26 September 2013 in New York City.

Facebook has been banned by the government in the Republic of Nauru over pornography fears

Opposition say the ban linked to internet porn crackdown is "dictatorial"

People travel by boat on a river near the village of Tora, in the jungle of Papua New Guinea, on September 9, 2014.

Earthquake today: Papua New Guinea coast struck by magnitude 7.2 tremor

It is the latest in a series of strong tremors to hit the region in recent days

New Zealand man who 'liked gummy ladies' found guilty of pulling women's teeth during sex

Philip Hansen was found guilty of six assault and indecent assault charges and was cleared of four others

New Zealanders have the chance to re-design the nation's flag

New Zealanders given chance to design new national flag

The Prime Minister said the current flag represents the colonial era

The koala entered the building in the early hours of the morning

'Blinky Bill' the koala enters hospital in Australia and inspects A&E ward - video

The video has been viewed by over 120,000 times on Facebook in just two days

People travel by boat on a river near the village of Tora, in the jungle of Papua New Guinea, on September 9, 2014.

Papua New Guinea hit by magnitude 7.5 earthquake sparking tsunami warning for coast

It has seen three major earthquakes in a week and almost 30 in a month

Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin, pictured here at a press conference in September 2014, today defended the AFP's decision to hand information to Indonesian police that led to the arrests of the Bali Nine

Bali Nine: Australian police defend their role in Bali Nine arrests

The Australian Federal Police helped Indonesian Police arrest the drug smuggling group, despite knowing they could face the death penalty

The two islands prior to the volcano's eruption

Brand new pacific island off Tonga already 'disappearing' into the sea

The unnamed island only started forming in January, but scientists say it is in danger of 'disappearing' due to rain erosion

A tsunami warning was issued along the coast within 300km of the quake’s epicentre but has since been lifted

Papua New Guinea hit by second earthquake

A tsunami warning was issued along the coast of the quake's epicentre

Andrew Chan was executed on Wednesday

Bali nine: Andrew Chan penned emotional letter to schoolchildren about the dangers of drugs

Australian national, who has spent last ten years in Indonesian prison, was executed by firing squad on Wednesday

The teeth of Supermodel Jess Hart are seen as she smiles at the Myer marquee during Crown Oaks Day at Flemington Racecourse on November 4, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia.

Man accused of pulling women's teeth out with pliers during sex 'because he liked gummy ladies'

Philip Hansen, 56, denies 11 charges including assault and rape

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