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Todays Australian News

  • Canadians line 'Highway of Heroes' to honour murdered soldier

    The body of a Canadian soldier shot dead by an extremist gunman while guarding the country's war memorial in Ottawa has been returned to his home town.

    Home grown radical Michael Zehaf-Bibeau killed Corporal Nathan Cirillo, 24, on Wednesday before running into the parliament building, where he was shot dead near where prime minister Stephen Harper was meeting with lawmakers.

    Crowds of people lined much of a roughly 500-kilometre route along Lake Ontario, paying their respects as a black hearse, accompanied by dozens of police vehicles, carried the slain soldier past.

  • Shorten takes same-sex marriage message to Christian group

    Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has reasserted his support for same-sex marriage in a speech to a Christian conference, taking aim at those who "insult and demonise people on the basis of who they love".

    Mr Shorten made the comments in a speech to the Australian Christian Lobby national conference in Canberra this morning.

    "When I hear that people allege that God tells them that marriage equality is the first step to polygamy and bigamy and bestiality, I cannot stay silent," he said. "I simply do not agree."

  • Two dead, three critically injured in US school shooting

    Two people have died and three remain critically injured after a student opened fire at a United States high school before turning the gun on himself.


Todays Australian News

  • Canadians line 'Highway of Heroes' to honour murdered soldier

    The body of a Canadian soldier shot dead by an extremist gunman while guarding the country's war memorial in Ottawa has been returned to his home town.

    Home grown radical Michael Zehaf-Bibeau killed Corporal Nathan Cirillo, 24, on Wednesday before running into the parliament building, where he was shot dead near where prime minister Stephen Harper was meeting with lawmakers.

    Crowds of people lined much of a roughly 500-kilometre route along Lake Ontario, paying their respects as a black hearse, accompanied by dozens of police vehicles, carried the slain soldier past.

  • Shorten takes same-sex marriage message to Christian group

    Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has reasserted his support for same-sex marriage in a speech to a Christian conference, taking aim at those who "insult and demonise people on the basis of who they love".

    Mr Shorten made the comments in a speech to the Australian Christian Lobby national conference in Canberra this morning.

    "When I hear that people allege that God tells them that marriage equality is the first step to polygamy and bigamy and bestiality, I cannot stay silent," he said. "I simply do not agree."

  • Two dead, three critically injured in US school shooting

    Two people have died and three remain critically injured after a student opened fire at a United States high school before turning the gun on himself.

  • Google executive jumps from top of stratosphere

    A Google executive has set a new record by jumping successfully from near the top of the stratosphere, 41,000 metres high, his project website said.

  • Labor claims victory in NSW by-elections

    New South Wales Labor leader John Robertson has vowed his party will not let the Hunter region down after claiming victory in two by-elections.

  • Australia's mosques throw open their doors

    Mosques around the country have thrown open their doors today as part of a government initiative to "shake away misconceptions" about the faith.

  • Western Sydney Wanderers grab 1-0 Asian Champions League final advantage over Al-Hilal in first leg
    The Wanderers will take a 1-0 aggregate lead into the second leg of the ACL final after a hard-fought win over Al-Hilal.
  • Sexting Queensland MP loses preselection bid

    Queensland MP Peter Dowling, who gained international media attention for sending pornographic text messages to his mistress, has been dumped by local branch members and will not be the LNP's candidate in the seat of Redlands at the next state election.

  • Iran hangs woman in defiance of international campaign

    A 26-year-old Iranian woman who spent five years on death row for the murder of a former intelligence official has been executed, defying international pressure to spare her life.

  • Adelaide wins the Cox Plate for Aidan O'Brien
    Adelaide has won the Cox Plate at Moonee Valley for Aidan O'Brien, beating Fawkner and Silent Achiever.
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