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Sydney woman praised for defending Muslim woman 'harassed on train for wearing a hijab'

Stacey Eden defended a woman who was being abused by a fellow passenger

Student Tommy Connolly has worked extra shifts selling fruit and veg to help his cousin and her baby get by, after he brought her in off the streets

Australian student Tommy Connolly, 23, adopts his pregnant, homeless 17-year-old cousin to give her a chance at 'a better life'

Thousands of pounds have been raised to help the unlikely family after his moving story emerged

Australian father beaten and robbed by group of '20 youths' in front of daughter after collecting her from cinema - video

The man's daughter was pushed to the ground as she attempted to protect her father

It was during this interview that he appeared unable to name Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as the leader of Isis

Australian Defence Minister fails to name leader of Isis five times during interview after committing 330 troops to Iraq

ABC presenter resorted to telling Kevin Andrews: 'The specific person who I have been referring is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi'

The exempt organisation is the Church of Christ, Scientist, better known as the Christian Scientists

Christian Scientists named as group exempt from Australia's new vaccination laws

Approximately 1,000 Australians belong to The Church of Christ, Scientists, better known as the Christian Scientists

The British tourists reportedly saw the corpse being eaten

Golfer attacked by crocodile as he tries to retrieve ball from pond on Australian course

John Lahiff, 75, said it was his fault for disturbing the reptile as it sunbathed

A rarely seen Omura whale found dead on a remote beach near the town of Exmouth, Western Australia, in March 2015

Rare Omura's whale washed up on Australian beach could solve creature's mysteries

The species was defined in 2003 and only a handful have ever been seen

The NHS will not give meningitis B vaccine to all the UK's children as a matter of course

Benefits to be cut for Australian parents who reject childrens' vaccines in 'no jab, no pay' plan

Around 39,000 children have not been immunised, the government says

Stephanie Scott: Women in Australia share grief with #putyourdressout social media campaign following murder of teacher killed before wedding

Scott’s loved ones gathered for a memorial picnic on what would have been her wedding day

Dallas Buyers Club piracy ruling forces internet companies to hand over downloaders' details

Landmark ruling will allow film firms to pursue those that have downloaded the films

Luke Shambrook: Missing 11-year-old boy with autism found after four days lost in Australian national park

The boy was spotted by police air searches and has been taken to hospital with hypothermia

Jo Gilchrist must use a wheelchair after a staph infection attacked her spine.

Mother disabled by staph infection after using friend's makeup brush

Jo Gilchrist's immune system was not able to fight the staph infection

The cross-dressing robber was filmed looking around the shop before threatening the cashier with the weapon

Australian ‘cross-dressing’ thief filmed carrying out armed robbery on Victoria service station

The thief was captured wearing a blonde wig, black dress and carrying a 'fake' gun when she entered the service station in Victoria

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Blundering Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy – only Israel will miss him

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