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After three years of captivity and a failed US Navy SEAL rescue mission, Australian teacher Timothy Weeks could soon be freed in a prisoner exchange between Afghanistan and the Taliban.
Maybe Afghans will get to throw out the terrorists and will get to govern themselves.
But the signs are not good - in Vietnam and Iraq, the US left hideous governments that might as well have been US puppets.
New regulations will give authorities better oversight of the condition and whereabouts of racehorses once they leave the industry.Read more from ABC News
Those fires are terrifying! I am so sorry for these poor people.
pic taken north of Sidney
Police charge a 49-year-old man who allegedly mounted a verge in his four-wheel drive and deliberately ran over an 18-year-old cyclist in Perth's northern suburbs.Read more from ABC News
Well you sure are not getting off free! I saw you had a horrible hailstorm.
A series of extremely fast-moving storms have swept through Sydney, dumping hail and delaying flights at the airport.Read more from 10 daily
It's like what more can possibly be done to this region.
Of course, if any of this happened on Canberra - well, they'd get right on with fixing this climate change problem!
Panicked radio calls in which police plead for someone to take out Bourke Street attacker James Gargasoulas have been aired at the inquest into the car rampage.Read more from ABC News
I know you had problems with them.
The telco says it will refund debts of more than $1,000 for customers sold mobile phones and contracts they could not afford.Read more from ABC News
Took me about a month and over $100 just to free myself from Telstra for mobile phones.
Just the landline to go...
An investigation into the fatal 2017 Australia Day plane crash finds the pilot breached procedures before his aircraft stalled at an unrecoverable height.Read more from ABC News