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We've kept track of which headlines grabbed your attention this year.There was no shortage of news: the deadliest mass-shooting in modern US history; highway commuters watching as a plane crashed into a suburban mall, becoming a ball of fire; Australia's tropical paradise ravaged by cyclone.Terrorist attacks created some of the biggest news, including Manchester and London Bridge.Closer to home, vehicles mowed down pedestrians in Melbourne's CBD twice in one year.Victoria Police say the man arrested after allegedly driving a car into pedestrians in Melbourne's CBD today is a 32-year-old Australian citizen of Afghan descent.Another man arrested at the scene is still being interviewed but may not be connected to the incident.No one’s saying you can’t enjoy these things, but everyone does. We would love to read an online dating profile that states “Hi, I’m Janet and I love to cry.
If by ‘play hard’ you mean you have many active hobbies, are into fitness or sports or are adventuresome, that’s also very attractive.
But the story that captured you more than any other addressed a common anxiety around the world: where can North Korea's missiles reach? Here are the stories that had you reading, and thinking, in 2017.
North Korea has threatened Australia with "disaster" — but could its missiles reach our shores?
At least 22 people, including some children, are killed and 59 wounded when a suicide bomber strikes as thousands of fans stream out of a concert by US popstar Ariana Grande in the British city of Manchester.
Follow developments and reaction from around Australia as the results of the same-sex marriage survey are revealed by the ABS.