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Fake Aboriginal art wholesaler fined $2.3m
Lobbyists are calling for a new law to prevent fake indigenous art sales after a wholesaler was fined $2.3 million for pretending thousands of didgeridoos and boomerangs were hand-painted by Aboriginal people.

Media bosses lay out press freedom demands
The Australian government needs to change the law to better protect press freedom, according to the bosses of the nation's three biggest media organisations.

Tas pay fight to go to industrial tribunal
A wage fight between some public sector workers and Tasmania's government will be sent to the state's industrial tribunal.

Man found guilty of killing Vic baby boy
A man has been found guilty of killing his former girlfriend's 17-week-old baby.

No ‘real perimeter’ on ABC search warrant
The man who authorised federal police to raid ABC's Sydney headquarters failed to define how far officers could search, the public broadcaster alleges.

Ministers to receive NAPLAN crash report
Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan says he hopes NAPLAN testing can go online from 2020, but admits more work is needed to resolve technical issues.

Qld medical records scattered on street
Thousands of medical records from one of Queensland's largest hospitals have been scattered across a Brisbane road as they were being transported for destruction.

WA plan to keep violent criminals in jail
New laws enabling Western Australian courts to keep violent criminals in jail beyond their sentence are being introduced into state parliament.

Sydney man gave teen drugs, money for sex
A Sydney man has been charged with child prostitution offences after he allegedly gave drugs and money to a teenage girl in exchange for sex.

Push for mobile phone ban in school hours
All Australian states and territories will be asked to ban mobile phone use by students during school hours.