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Labor topples conservatives in Australia as Albanese elected 31st PM
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Scientists one step closer to capturing nighttime solar power
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Aussie PM crashes into child during football match on campaign trail
On the campaign trail on Wednesday, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison barrelled into a young boy during a friendly kick around, eliciting a chorus of stunned "ooohs" and "aaaws" from spectators.
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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds' frontman's eldest son has been confirmed dead, just seven years after the death of his son, Arthur.
Climate change could soon make 1 in 25 Australian homes uninsurable
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Freezing koala sperm could save species from extinction, says research
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