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Australian court staffer fired for reading cardinal charges

May 16, 2018

An Australian state court says an employee has been fired for looking up in a restricted computer system details of charges facing a senior Vatican cleric

Australia upholds Nauru decision to reject 3 refugee claims

May 16, 2018

Australia's highest court has rejected the refugee claims of two Pakistanis and a Nepalese asylum seeker because they could find somewhere safe in their homelands to live

Fijian player gets 7-game ban for comments to white referee

May 14, 2018

The Oceania Football Confederation has handed a seven-game ban to a Fijian player who used the phrase "white people" in reference to match officials during an OFC Champions League semifinal match

Grandfather suspected in Australia mass shooting

May 14, 2018

A state official says a 61-year-old farmer is suspected of carrying out Australia's worst mass shooting in 22 years, shooting dead six family members, including four of his grandchildren, before killing himself last week

Family of 7 dead with gunshot wounds in rural Australia

May 11, 2018

A family of seven including four children has been found dead with gunshot wounds at a rural property in southwest Australia in what could be the country's worst mass shooting in 22 years

Player to sue Australian Football League over racism claims

May 10, 2018

Ex-player Joel Wilkinson has accused the Australian Football League of racism and plans to start legal action in the Human Rights Commission

Female footballers hail historic pay deal in New Zealand

May 8, 2018

Female footballers happy as travel benefits added to historic pay deal in New Zealand

Author Junot Diaz withdraws from festival amid allegations

May 5, 2018

Author Junot Diaz has withdrawn from a writers' festival in Australia after accusations of sexual misconduct and misogyny made by fellow writers

Australian court convicts Muslim woman for failing to stand

May 4, 2018

The wife of an Islamic State group recruiter has given the militants' single-finger salute outside a Sydney court after becoming the first person convicted under a new state law of refusing to stand for a judge

Australian cardinal to face 2 trials on sexual abuse charges

May 2, 2018

Australian Cardinal George Pell, the most senior Vatican official to be charged in the Catholic Church sex abuse crisis, will face two trials within months on sex crime allegations spanning decades

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