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Caesarean sections on rise in NSW
NSW women are more likely to give birth by caesarean section and less likely to smoke during pregnancy or have children in their teens, compared to women a few years ago, a new report has shown.

Translation issues blamed for deal delay
Trade Minister Simon Birmingham says translation issues are part of the reason for a delay in Australia and Indonesia signing a major trade deal, downplaying a dispute over the location of Australia's embassy to Israel.

Aust ready for any Brexit result: minister
Australia is prepared for any possible outcome on Brexit, according to Trade Minister Simon Birmingham.

Leaders pen pitches ahead of Vic election
With less than a week to go before the Victorian state election, prospective leaders from each party have penned their pitches in the Sunday newspapers.

Bank bosses to face the music at inquiry
Royal commissioner Kenneth Hayne QC is expected to "apply a blowtorch" to bank bosses over the widespread and greed-driven misconduct in the financial services industry.

Bank bosses to appear at royal commission

Renae Lawrence’s long road to release
April, 2005:

The Bali Nine and their fates
ANDREW CHAN, ringleader

Bali Nine mule’s path to freedom
When a Bali court told Renae Lawrence she would spend the rest of her life in jail, the heroin mule barely reacted. But then the shock set in.

A humbled Trolley Man gets bail
Humbled by public generosity giving him the opportunity to turn his life around, 'Trolley Man' decided to face the music and turn himself in to police.