The single-engine Cessna 150 was only 10 minutes into a flight from the town of Forbes yesterday afternoon when the pilot lost consciousness

Ferguson on scheduling: 'The biggest disadvantage will be television, because the demand for United will never weaken, and if they get us playing lunchtime on a Saturday after European games it’s ridiculous'

Manchester United announce exhibition match in Sydney against Australian A-League All Stars

Manchester United are to travel to Sydney to face the Australian A-League All Stars next summer.

The school in Australia was evacuated after the pupil brought a World War II grenade to class

Pupils evacuated from school after girl took WWII grenade into class for show-and-tell thinking it was a money box

Device thought to have been a World War Two "pineapple" type grenade

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Cameron Shepherd taking legal action against Northampton after failing medical

Cameron Shepherd is taking legal action against Northampton after the club terminated his contract for medical reasons.

Brett Lee brings end to glittering career

Loss of desire sees Australian cricketer Brett Lee announce international retirement

Brett Lee revealed a loss of desire to compete at the highest level led to his decision to retire from international cricket today.

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Australian murder suspect Jonathon Stenberg auditioned for film part

As one of Australia's most-wanted men, Jonathon Stenberg – suspected of a particularly gruesome murder – might have been expected to lie low.

Australian serial killer's great-nephew Matthew Milat sentenced for axe murder

A teenage relative of a notorious Australian serial killer was sentenced today to 43 years in prison for the axe murder of a friend in the same forest where his infamous great-uncle killed seven backpackers.

The Scots celebrate their first win in Australia for 30 years

Scotland stun Wallabies as Greig Laidlaw lands storming kick

Australia 6 Scotland 9

Grandmother successfully sued by family after falling downstairs while carrying granddaughter

A woman who tripped and fell downstairs while carrying her baby granddaughter has been successfully sued by her own family for causing head injuries that left the little girl severely disabled.

Australian Facebook robbery target wrong home

Two masked bandits robbed the wrong home hours after a teenager posted a photo on Facebook of a large pile of her grandmother's savings.

Relative of serial killer convicted for murdering friend with axe

Defence of man whose great-uncle killed British backpackers: "I was doing what my family does"
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Seven-year manhunt for 'Australia's most wanted' fugitive Malcolm Naden ends

After seven years on the run, Australia's most wanted man was finally behind bars today following a police raid prompted by a tip-off.

Australia's most wanted man arrested

An Australian fugitive who eluded officials for seven years by hiding out in dense forests has been captured and charged with murder.

Gillard calls up retired ally

The Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard yesterday named a retired politician as her Foreign Minister in place of Kevin Rudd, who tried to oust her during a chaotic, short-lived rebellion in the ruling Labor Party.

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