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· Scientists make battery breakthrough (AAP)
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
Australian scientists have solved the problem of recharging zinc-air batteries to create a longer lasting and cheaper way to store energy than lithium-ion.

· Queensland bushfire forces evacuation (AAP)
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
Residents of the Sunshine Coast suburb of Aura have been evacuated as dozens of firefighters try to control a fast-moving bushfire.

· Fed gov snubs WA water for Murray-Darling (AAP)
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
West Australian politician Alannah MacTiernan has accused the federal government of funding the Murray-Darling at the expense of WA jobs and water security.

· Women on trial over former lover's murder (AAP)
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
Raymond Pasnin was killed outside his mother's Sydney home in October 2013 as part of a plot involving two former lovers, a court has heard.

· All Blacks 'bug' guard not guilty (AAP)
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
An All Blacks security guard has been found not guilty of making up claims he found a bugging device at the team's Sydney hotel a year ago.

· Labor seeks details on senator road links (AAP)
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
The federal government says it has not sought advice on a Queensland senator's business interests, but Labor says it should.

· Australian boy missing in Spanish attack (AAP)
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
Four Australians have been injured in the Barcelona terrorist attack while one, believed to be a seven-year-old boy, is missing.

· Australia could have saved Sharrouf kids (AAP)
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
Defence Minister Marise Payne is tight-lipped on whether Australia played an operational role in the reported deaths of terrorist Khaled Sharrouf and his sons.

· Tas chainsaw deaths avoidable: coroner (AAP)
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
Accidental chainsaw deaths in Tasmania were "avoidable", says a coroner who has investigated a number of the tree-felling fatalities.

· Search fails to find missing SA woman (AAP)
Posted on Friday August 18, 2017
A major search has failed to find any trace of missing South Australian woman Tanja Ebert who is thought to have been murdered.

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