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- Reserve Bank says tighter lending standards could stem real estate over-exuberance
At the end of last week, the Reserve Bank offered a possible glimpse of the future for its housing market policy.
- Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: What we know
Mystery surrounds the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Here's a rundown of what is known about the flight and its disappearance.
- Children dying, doctors fleeing as Syria health system crumbles: report
Syria's health system is collapsing and children are dying and being maimed by a lack of health care, a new report from a global charity says.
- Troy Buswell resigns from WA Cabinet
WA Treasurer Troy Buswell has resigned from Cabinet following what Premier Colin Barnett described as a "breakdown".
It follows reports he was involved in a car crash before taking personal leave more than two weeks ago, just two months before the state budget was due to be handed down.
Mr Barnett says Mr Buswell has received treatment in both Perth and Sydney.
- Pell: Abuse victims 'should be able to sue Church'
Cardinal George Pell believes the Catholic Church should be able to be sued in cases of child sexual abuse, a royal commission has heard.
The third public hearing of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse involving the Catholic Church has opened in Sydney and is examining allegations made by John Ellis.
- Robert Hughes 'exposed himself in Sydney TV studio'
A Sydney court has heard allegations nothing was done when a young girl complained about actor Robert Hughes inappropriately touching her in a television studio.
Hughes has pleaded not guilty to multiple sexual abuse charges involving five girls and dating back to the 1980s.
A woman who can not be named has told the court when she was a child he exposed himself to her in a studio.
She also said she sometimes squirmed when the actor touched her inappropriately while she was sitting on his lap.