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Dreamworld defends safety standards
Dreamworld will reopen for normal business from Saturday but the Thunder River Rapids Ride, where four people died on Tuesday, could remain closed for years.

MPs to learn about super fast tube travel
Imagine being whisked from one city to another in a pod carried by a tube at speeds of up to 1200km/h.

Two charged after SA ICAC probe
A 61-year-old woman has been charged with 74 counts of abuse of public office following an investigation by South Australia's corruption watchdog.

Warm days, nights for Australia’s east
Australians in the country's east can expect warmer than average days and nights over the next few months, while it will be cooler for parts of the west.

Hacksaw Ridge lands 13 AACTA nominations
Mel Gibson's WWII film Hacksaw Ridge is leading the nominations at this year's AACTA Awards with 13 nods including Best Film and Best Direction for Gibson.

Vic shootings reminder of cop danger: govt
Two police shootings in a day in Victoria are a stark reminder of the dangers faced by officers on the beat, the state's police minister says.

‘Bandidos associates’ charged in Qld
Queensland police have charged six people, including two alleged Bandidos associates, after an 18-month drug trafficking investigation.

Uber pick-up zones for Melb Cup Carnival
Racegoers attending the Melbourne Cup Carnival will be able to use Uber to travel to and from Flemington for the first time in 2016.

Memorial grows at Dreamworld
Tributes continue to flow at the front of Dreamworld, two days after a tragic ride accident killed four people.

Adelaide river to get big floating venue
The term "river dancing" will take on a new meaning when a massive, floating entertainment venue is launched for the Adelaide Festival in 2017.