Latest news India to export mangoes to Australia for the first time 2017-04-23T22:20:44.000000Z Australians can expect to see mangoes from India popping up in the markets soon, with a number of businesses working hard to export fruit this season. Family lifts lid on more alleged abuse at Oakden's 'house of horrors' 2017-04-23T22:01:28.000000Z Eddie Serpo's wife was worried about leaving him alone at a South Australian Government-run nursing in Oakden after witnessing abuse. Days before his death she discovered bruising on his head which staff said was from a fall. Turkey boosts security ahead of Anzac Day ceremony at Gallipoli 2017-04-23T20:53:54.000000Z Turkish officials respond to Australian's warnings about a potential attack on this year's Anzac Day ceremony at Gallipoli by boosting the number of security personnel. Lionel Messi wins El Clasico for Barcelona in stoppage time 2017-04-23T20:45:46.000000Z A last-minute strike by superstar Lionel Messi secures a 3-2 win for Barcelona in an El Clasico that more than lived up to its name. Fraser Island's national park renamed K'gari 2017-04-23T20:43:58.000000Z The national park that spans almost all of Queensland's heritage-listed Fraser Island has been renamed "K'gari", meaning paradise, a partial victory for traditional owners who are campaigning to rename the entire island. Hawthorn coach Clarkson blasts Carey over 'homesick' Rioli 2017-04-23T20:03:38.000000Z Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson is furious at Wayne Carey, claiming the prominent AFL commentator's claims about Cyril Rioli being homesick are "a load of rubbish". North Korea 'ready to strike' US aircraft carrier Carl Vinson 2017-04-23T19:25:44.000000Z North Korea says it is ready to sink a US aircraft carrier to demonstrate its military might, as two Japanese navy ships join a US carrier group for exercises in the western Pacific. From Singapore to Sydney, a new life for secret WWII commando ship 2017-04-23T19:05:49.000000Z Plank by plank, one of Australia's most effective secret weapons of World War II is being restored to its original wartime condition to serve as a memorial for the conflict's most elite commandos. The unvaccinated adult's guide to getting vaccinated 2017-04-23T19:03:08.000000Z Are you an unvaccinated adult, wondering whether you need to catch up on all those vaccinations everyone has been talking about? Immigration and the Australian economic illusion 2017-04-23T19:00:33.000000Z Australia will soon hold the world record of the nation that has stayed out of recession the longest, and a fundamental ingredient in that economic miracle has been the country's immigration figures, writes Ian Verrender.