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Police officers walk on to a ferry following a bomb scare on Sydney Harbour

Training exercise in Sydney harbour accidentally sparks real bomb scare

Crew called police over a deliberately suspicious package that was to be used in training

The 23-year-old was already drunk when he boarded a Virgin Australia flight bound for Sydney from Perth

Drunk plane passenger who forced Virgin plane to turn around ordered to pay £26,000

Brenden Tume threatened to 'bring this plane down'

Australian woman delivers her own baby by caesarean

'It's my body, it's my birth, it's my baby,' Gerri Wolfe said

Wanganui Hospital, New Zealand, where a senior member of staff left her son in a car

Toddler died in New Zealand after mother left in him in car on hot day

The mother is thought to have forgotten to take her son to daycare

The erupting volcano, 40 miles north of the South Pacific nation of Tonga’s capital, Nuku’alofa

New island created by underwater volcanic eruption in Tonga may soon disappear

Volcanologist says it will probably take the ocean no more than a few months to erode it entirely

Cannabis oil, as seen in the documentary film ‘Project Storm’

Father who gave 2-year-old daughter cannabis oil visits her in hospital

His daughter is suffering from an aggressive and rare cancer called Neuroblastoma

Detainees reportedly on hunger strike at the site

Manus Island asylum seekers 'swallow razor blades' as hunger strikes enter ninth day

Rights group denies claims hunger strikes over resettlement plans have ended

Australia scraps shark protections — and continues its backwards environment policy

PM Tony Abbott has been widely criticised for a series of reckless environmental measures

Surrogate mother Pattaramon Chanbua poses with baby Gammy

Baby Gammy granted Australian citizenship

Baby Gammy became mired in a surrogacy scandal last year

A time-lapse photo of the Middle Drum facility of the Telescope Array, a $25 million cosmic ray observatory that sprawls across the desert west of Delta, Utah.

Hearing cosmic radiowaves live for first time, scientists could solve years-long mystery

The mysterious ‘blitzar’ has been heard since 2007, but scientists have caught it live for the first time

'This is going straight on Facebook': Teenager hands herself in after film shows her assaulting a 12-year-old

Video: The 14-year-old attacker apologised and is expected to be charged by police

Cannabis oil, as seen in the documentary film ‘Project Storm’

Father faces jail for giving cannabis oil to daughter with cancer

He said the oil gave his two-year-old daughter 'miraculous' results

An asylum-seeker in Papua New Guinea has sewn his lips together in protest at his detention on Manus Island, right

Refugees detained in Papua New Guinea and desperate to reach Australia resort to hunger strikes and self-harm

An Iranian man was killed during a riot on Manus Island almost a year ago, and amid continuing local hostility, the asylum-seekers fear for their safety

The unnamed New Zealand man is now reported to be doing well

Man stabbed through head by metal rod caught on CCTV footage

Man is reported to be in a serious but stable condition having had bar removed

The volcano began rumbling in December last year

Video: Incredible images show underwater volcano creating wall of ash around Tongan island

The volcano has caused major disruption to air traffic in and out of Tonga

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