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Wa Wa Nee lead singer Paul Gray dies of cancer at age 54

Apr 25, 2018

Paul Gray, lead singer of the 1980s Australian pop band Wa Wa Nee, has died of cancer at 54

Fed Cup: Australia, Netherlands level 1-1 after opening day

Apr 21, 2018

Ashleigh Barty has leveled Australia's Fed Cup World Group playoff against the Netherlands with a 6-0, 6-2 win over Quirine Lemoine on indoor hard courts

Comic Rebel Wilson fights appeal of her $3.6M defamation win

Apr 18, 2018

Actress Rebel Wilson has returned to an Australian court to fight a magazine publisher's appeal of an order to pay the actress a record 4.6 million Australian dollars ($3.6 million) in damages for defamation

China's Weibo site backtracks on gay censorship after outcry

Apr 17, 2018

One of China's top social networking sites has announced that it will no longer be "cleaning up" content related to homosexuality following strong online opposition to the plan

South Korean businessman kills himself in Hong Kong custody

Apr 16, 2018

Hong Kong authorities say a South Korean businessman accused of murdering his wife and son in a five-star hotel has killed himself while in pre-trial custody

Channel 9 loses cricket TV rights after 40 years

Apr 13, 2018

Australia's Channel Nine loses rights to televise cricket after 40 years

Lawyer tells Australian court Geoffrey Rush barely eating

Apr 9, 2018

A lawyer says Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush has become virtually housebound, barely eats and wakes each morning with a "terrible sense of dread" since a Sydney newspaper alleged he acted inappropriately toward an actress

Correction: Australia-People-Russell Crowe story

Apr 8, 2018

Correction: Australia-People-Russell Crowe story

Sun, surf, sand are a setting for innovation on Gold Coast

Apr 8, 2018

Beyond the iconic surf-lifesavers, sun and sand the Commonwealth Games host Gold Coast is a city thriving with innovative people and ideas

After a drenching, Commonwealth Games open on a bright note

Apr 4, 2018

Prince Charles delivered a message from Queen Elizabeth II to officially open the Commonwealth Games and the fireworks exploded on cue. It was a bright finish after heavy rain showers threatened to ruin the evening for 35,000 spectators.

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