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- Bledisloe Cup: Matt Giteau a larrikin who became a Wallabies great ... if it's all over
- Bledisloe Cup 2016: Wallabies green and old as All Blacks prove a class above
- Canberra Brave into Australian Ice Hockey League with overtime win
- Canberra Raiders Cup: West Belconnen beat Gungahlin Bulls 22-6
- Late Matt Moylan field goal eases Penrith Panthers past Gold Coast Titans
- AFL Canberra: Queanbeyan Tigers maul Tuggeranong Hawks before finals rematch
- Shane van Gisbergen gets better of epic duel with Jamie Whincup in Sydney SuperSprint
- AFL live: North Melbourne v GWS
- Queensland psychologist calls for royal commission into offshore detention
- Bledisloe Cup: All Blacks beat Wallabies in Wellington to nab 14th consecutive series win
- Lance Franklin destroys Richmond Tigers as Sydney Swans top AFL ladder
- Canberra Liberals release first ad of ACT election, attacking Capital Metro light rail project
- Family of dead newborn 'deeply distressed' by Bankstown Lidcombe gassing report
- NRL talking points: A Canberra Raiders winning omen and no Blake Austin, no worries
- First homebuyer in his 20s nabs Paddington terrace for $1.7 million
- Racing: Snowden raiders snare prizes as in form Dunn lands Caulfield treble
- Fans complain of lengthy queues as US college football teams play Down Under
- Geelong coach Chris Scott bracing for finals selection headaches
- Auction Watch: Strong sales across Canberra mirror spring season
- VFL stand-alone clubs set to make impact in finals series
- Canberra Raiders on verge of piece of NRL history after beating Manly Sea Eagles
- Sex, lies and fembots: one year on, what really happened at Ashley Madison?
- Matthew Hayden bags cricket system and wants player power
- Essendon coach John Worsfold not fixated on the battle for the wooden spoon
- SES, ambulance crews treat injured woman at Kambah Pool
- Astern becomes the man with powerful Run To The Rose victory at Rosehill
- Bledisloe Cup 2016: Live All Blacks v Wallabies from Wellington
- Drum the message: ?Don?t be that guy?
- The Mail: Evacuation More Than Ready for Caulfield Guineas after Rosehill win
- Paul Roos hopes record loss spurs on Melbourne in 2017
- Western Bulldogs forward Jake Stringer could play in first week of VFL finals
- Geocon apologises for topless party days after women's sponsorship
- Racing: Black Heart Bart shows his class with Memsie triumph, lines up Winx
- Hawthorn duplex blitzes reserve by $1.2 million at auction
- Lamborghinis, Lebanese drummers, lip work: the lavish wedding of Salim Mehajer's sister Kat
- Greens: Hanson-Young rejects Di Natale's explanation of why she was dumped
- Live NRL scores: Manly Sea Eagles v Canberra Raiders, Gold Coast Titans v Penrith Panthers, Cronulla Sharks v Sydney Roosters
- Police investigate reports of gay sex hotspot at Joondalup Shopping Centre
- Former Waratah Kurtley Beale's past no issue for Wasps director of rugby Dai Young
- Essendon vs Carlton: Bombers end tough 2016 on a high with win over the Blues
- NFL game next on the horizon after huge crowd at College Football Sydney Cup
- Motorcyclists make up one in five road deaths in Victoria this year
- Doctors call for more GPs to provide abortion drug RU486
- Canberra universities show off at open days
- Geelong v Melbourne: Paul Roos' time as Demons coach ends in record loss to Cats
- Even Pokemon don't want to visit Docklands
- ARU must end 'clear disparity' between men's and women's wages: players' union
- Trainee nurse robbed while treating road crash victims in Ellenbrook
- Women's rugby union set to boom in ACT on the back of gold medal in Rio Sevens
- Date change allows Australia's world rally round to headline again
- Queensland teen pilot soars into record books with epic flight
- NRL class of 2016: Time to farewell a wonderful bunch
- US Open 2016: Novak Djokovic troubled by 'private matter'
- Former Prime Minister Paul Keating eulogises his former driver, a Queanbeyan man
- Labor promises to quash historic convictions for homosexuality
- Man charged after two children go missing from central Queensland
- NRC: Rory Arnold and Rob Simmons' match-race for Wallabies selection
- AFL live scores: Hawthorn Hawks v Collingwood Magpies, Fremantle Dockers v Western Bulldogs
- Algae puts on spectacular light show in Bay
- The result of Sydney's property boom: A city of millionaires on the verge of a class divide
- Copyright denies millions proper access to books: 'Fair use' would fix it
- A cynical outbreak of political bastardry and beat-ups
When Matt Giteau hobbled off the field in the opening Bledisloe Cup clash, the whole crowd were thinking the same thing: please don't let it end like that.
Why did 35,455 people pack out the stadium in Wellington on Saturday night?
'Third time the charm' for Canberra Brave after qualifying for AIHL grand final.
West Belconnen defeat Gungahlin Bulls to advance to the Raiders Cup preliminary final.
Penrith's Matt Moylan has kicked a match-winning field goal two minutes from fulltime to give the Panthers a 15-14 victory over Gold Coast and confirm a berth in the NRL playoffs.
Tigers and Hawks will meet again in the finals.
It was a fight to the finish that in all likelihood presaged what will be an epic battle between tearaway teammates Shane van Gisbergen and Jamie Whincup for the Supercars crown.
Welcome to the final live super Saturday festival of footy for the home-and-away season. And what a beauty, with five big games today and a scramble for the highest perches on the ladder. Don't miss a thing.
Former Wilson security trauma psychologist decries 'abuse of power'.
The Wallabies have suffered more Bledisloe heartbreak with the Cup set to stay in New Zealand for a 14th consecutive year after they came up short 29-9 on Saturday evening.
Buddy Franklin dominated a hapless Richmond outfit to help Sydney stroll to the AFL minor premiership.
The first party ad of the ACT election has been released by the Canberra Liberals, and there's no surprise on the focus.
The family of the baby boy who died after being given the wrong gas at a Sydney hospital is deeply distressed by the systemic failures revealed by an investigation into the shocking incident.
There was no Blake Austin, but no worries for the Raiders as they marched to another win on Saturday. Here are the talking points.
A first home buyer in his 20s nabbed his first home in inner-city Paddington on Saturday, paying $1.7 million for a two-bedroom terrace.
There are few shrewder judges around than Peter Snowden ? as his stable's strike rate regularly attests ? so when the Sydney based handler brings a couple of horses south for a tilt at two valuable support races on the first group 1 day of the new racing season, it's probably worth paying attention.
Spectators consumed more food and drink per hour than the NRL Grand Final crowd. Fans complained that the beer ran out.
Geelong coach Chris Scott is bracing for "selection headaches" as the Cats prepare for their return to the finals.
Robust sales across Canberra on Saturday mirrored real estate's silly season with a number of auctions cracking the million-dollar mark.
AFL stand alone clubs Collingwood, Footscray, Geelong and Essendon are set to play a major part in this year's VFL finals series, in what is expected to be a somewhat changing of the guard.
The Canberra Raiders have set themselves up for a remarkable piece of history, and beating Manly delivered a good omen for their premiership quest.
One year on, who were the winners and real losers at this hacked infidelity website? Victoria Lambert investigates.
Former Australian batsman Matthew Hayden has taken aim at coach Darren Lehmann and high performance manager Pat Howard, declaring it's time for the players to wrest back power in a system which had become "absolute horse shit".
Essendon coach John Worsfold, fresh from victory over Carlton on Saturday, insists his mind is not fixed on the battle for the wooden spoon as the prospect of claiming it for the first time since 1933 hovers over the Bombers.
The 55-year-old woman is believed to have injured her leg after suffering a fall.
Midwinter, Godolphin trainer John O'Shea had nearly given up on getting his best colt Astern to the Golden Rose. Now he is the favourite.
Follow all the action live as the Wallabies look to steady their Rugby Championship campaign after a crushing loss last week.
Girls can express themselves however they should wish. The community ? and especially fathers ? should be forthright that it is never acceptable to rip off a girl?s image to use in a humiliating game.
Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott will follow the Pierro path to the Caulfield Guineas with unbeaten colt Evacuation after his return win at Rosehill on Saturday.
Departing Melbourne coach Paul Roos says he was careful not to tell his team something he would later regret after Saturday's record loss to Geelong.
Western Bulldogs forward Jake Stringer could be thrust upon the VFL finals next weekend in a third consecutive match at the lower level in a bid to attack the AFL finals "full of confidence".
The boss of the construction company that brought topless and scantily-clad women onto the site of Canberra's tallest residential building on Friday has issued an apology.
Winx may look to have a lock on the Cox Plate, but as great as the Chris Waller trained galloper is, record-breaking trainer Darren Weir might have the legitimate challenger in Black Heart Bart.
Buyers have shelled out more than $1.2 million over reserve for properties in Hawthorn and Deepdene as the spring market kicks off.
Billed as Sydney's "next big wedding" after her brother's infamous and apparently doomed 2015 ceremony, the 2016 version of Mehajer wedded bliss did not disappoint.
Recriminations over a Greens re-shuffle that stripped Sarah Hanson-Young of the immigration portfolio continue to flare in public after the South Australian Senator declared she did not accept Richard Di Natale's explanation of why she was moved.
The Sharks look to regain form as they host the Roosters in the final match of the day.
A Perth mum has taken to social media to expose reports of a gay sex hotspot at a Joondalup Shopping Centre.
Wasps director of rugby Dai Young admits he considered Kurtley Beale's chequered past carefully before making him the highest-paid player in Aviva Premiership history.
In Essendon's 24-point win against Carlton, Bombers fans got more than they could have hoped for, and Blues fans significantly less.
With the resounding success of the first Sydney Cup college football game, there is hope that a competitive NFL fixture will be next to hit Sydney's shores.
One in five road deaths this year have been motorcyclists, and riders have never made up such a large proportion of Victoria's road deaths.
Dr Kathleen McNamee has thought a lot about what it means to be an "abortion doctor".
Next year's cohort of students were spoilt for choice on Saturday as several Canberra universities opened their doors.
There are incentives, and then there are incentives.
The state government is hoping to attract Pokémon to Melbourne's Docklands, in what appears to be a desperate attempt to boost tourism.
The players' union has hit back at claims Australia's Olympic champion women's sevens team are paid well.
Adam Fry is the sort of guy you want to have around you if anything goes wrong.
ACT Brumbies schoolgirls' rugby team play two exhibition matches in Canberra and NSW.
Australia's 'forgotten' major motor sport event will finally emerge from obscurity when the world rally championship returns in November.
Despite landing back on home ground at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday morning, Lachlan Smart is on top of the world after becoming the youngest pilot to flying solo around the world.
There will be a number of players leaving the NRL at the end of the year. I?d like to recognise them in some small way.
Troubled by injury and a private matter that affected him at Wimbledon, world No.1 Novak Djokovic concedes that time is against him as he prepares to end his grand slam season on a high at the US Open.
A small town Queanbeyan man farewelled by a huge crowd, a former Prime Minister, four priests and a Bishop.
If Labor wins the next state election it will change the law to quash criminal convictions for homosexuality.
Man charged with endangering children.
Rory Arnold's journey back to the Wallabies begins Sunday for the Canberra Vikings.
Welcome to the crucial last day of the home-and-away season, with finals positions fluid right up until today's final siren. We'll be here 'til then, and you should be too.
Microscopic algae whipped up by waves are behind a spectacular natural light show that has been illuminating Port Phillip Bay.
There's a growing divide between the property-haves and the property-have nots.
In Nazi Germany, in Mao Zedong's China, and in Iraq under the Islamic State they burnt books. Here, we simply prevent people from reading them.
Politicians worldwide are beating up resentment, adopting strong positions that make major parties look weak and half-committed.
Brisbane Times National Headlines
- Cheeky 'jail break' girl asks media to use 'better photo' on Facebook
- Canberra plumber used colleague's passport to flee Australian airport for Turkey
- What does having a messy desk say about you?
- Air Force cadet Eleanore Tibble exonerated before death: Royal Commission
- Indigenous man dies in custody in Northern Territory
- Global warming signal can be traced back to the 1830s, climate scientists say
- Job security and flexibility - a key to addressing the gender gap
- This is why schools don't want to talk about drugs
- 'Angry white men' much more intolerant of cultural differences than women
- Little trust in Australian police shown by people born in South Sudan: poll
- Climate change: Warning of extreme events and a move into uncharted territory
- Childbirth not the same as 'buying a bag of chips': disability discrimination case
- Aboriginal jail rates increase by 50 per cent, but rehab fails to reduce reoffending
- NSW government to integrate Industrial Court with Supreme Court
- Darwin Police search for four men who released three crocs into school office
- Controversial Chairman Mao tribute concerts sharpen Chinese community divide
- AFP vows action after report finds sexual harassment, bullying rife
- Accused paedophile Peter Scully treating jail like a resort, says former attorney
- Australia's rich food and lolly history seen in 150-year-old Nestle archives
- Pornographic website targeting schoolgirls exposes 'terrifying' fears facing girls online
- Apprenticeships can improve mental health
- Mamak fined almost $300,000 for short-changing workers
- Woolworths to scrap Woolworths Dollars in rewards program revamp, leaked document shows
- The new way university cheats are being caught
- Asylum seekers: Nauru's top court may be forced to decide whether detention is lawful
- Vietnam gives ground on Long Tan commemoration after last-minute 'high-level consultations'
- The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other 'crappy science'
- Police look to shut down ‘vile’ website featuring naked Australian schoolgirls
- Josh Frydenberg's 'delicate balance': keeping energy cheap while cutting carbon
- The companies that narcissists are attracted to
- Casual hours to count towards redundancy payouts
- Microbeads are leaching toxic chemicals into fish, sparking public health fears
- Malcolm Roberts leaves NASA 'flummoxed' with Q&A climate claims
- Triple trouble: Big three electricity retailers charging twice the rate of ACT
- ‘I am an artist’: Man who makes child sex dolls for paedophiles
- The $200m fortune, the ex-wife and the other woman
- Walk this way - or not: going for a stroll is on a downhill trajectory
- Daniel Watson: Child blackmail case exposes dangers of Facebook and Instagram
- Schools turn to brain training despite little evidence that X marks the spot
- Fears over GoFundMe boom in fundraising for funerals
- Aussie gold at Rio: what is a medal worth these days? Ask Kyle Chalmers
- Australian dollar exchange rates can squeeze far more out of your holiday
- Fairfax Media journalist Jewel Topsfield wins Lowy Institute award
- Baby product warning: Tommee Tippee super soft dummies recalled over safety fear
- They destroyed Denis Ryan's police career. Now they admit he was right all along
- Australian tobacco executive bashed and stabbed in attempted kidnap
- Tax men swoop on dodgy firms
- Census 2016: Many Australians confused Sensis with census
- University students, you are being watched
- 12 years after gay marriage was banned, families reflect on the joys they have missed
- Roads could generate solar-powered electricity under proposal
- Census 2016: Treasurer Scott Morrison says there is 'no need' for a rerun
- Census website attacked by hackers, ABS claims
- Census 2016: Malcolm Turnbull finds census 'easy' as website crashes
- Census 2016: IT experts say Bureau of Statistics should have expected website crash
- Fairfax Media journalists nominated for 2016 Lowy Institute Media Award
- Census 2016: Error messages hinder completion of online census
- Census 2016: What you need to know
- Census meltdown? Rubbish, says ABS: Here's what you need to know about census 2016
- 'Calm waters' likely to elude embattled CSIRO chief Larry Marshall
- Trolling the census: How the ABS knows if you're lying
- Poor conditions proposed for NDIS workers will undermine scheme
- 2016 Census: Bungy jump master tops the list of the jobs fewest people do
- Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
- IVF clinics caught out offering cash for sperm and eggs
- Eve Online: Worldwide multiplayer RPG tests the boundaries of fun
- NSW koala habitat lost as land clearing continues: 'It would take the army to police these blokes'
- The Australian cartoonist Bill Leak calls critics 'sanctimonious Tweety Birds'
- TAB workers allowing shonky punters to place bets through middlemen
- National Museum of Australia acquires historic Bedford truck
- Jockey Danny Nikolic linked to new betting scandal with Sydney punter
- Author Andy Griffiths on why kids need to get bored
- ANU student behind China's ultra-nationalist viral video has 'right to free speech'
- Students taught pseudo-scientific 'rubbish', experts warn
- Australian ultramarathon runner adopts stray dog after 125-kilometre China trek
- Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion condemns 'racist' Bill Leak cartoon
- Police log $115m meth haul hidden in timber shipment, two men arrested in Sydney and Melbourne raids
- One in four cat foods fails to meet Choice standards
- Buff and busted: spike in arrests and seizures for illegal steroids
- Police crack down on cybercrime, terrorism from new forensics hub at Majura
- Australia's top statistician David Kalisch says ABS is 'ready' for census 2016
- Hammerhead sharks swim on their sides to save energy, scientists discover
- Australian film director Darran Scott faces 50 child sex and gun charges
- 'Madness' - AMA president says woman having baby at 62 is 'selfish and wrong'
- Shut down Don Dale and all youth detention facilities, says US expert
- Tasmanian woman, 62, becomes oldest Australian woman to give birth: reports
- Rodney Croome quits Australian Marriage Equality role over plebiscite
- Consumers warned to beware of private health fund waiting periods
- Census 2016: Chaos for Australians ahead of August 9
- Volcanic Ash disrupts Bali flights: Jetstar criticised for lack of help
- Census 2016: what you need to know
- Carriers resume Bali flights after volcanic ash cloud scare
- Bali flights cancelled due to volcanic ash cloud
- Australia's most common and expensive drugs revealed by PBS data
- Australia set to gather intelligence on military drills between China and Russia
- NT juvenile detention royal commissioner Brian Martin resigns days after appointment
- Sydney weather: Wet and windy days ahead as another east coast low looms
- Mother mourns daughter and best friend, Tanami Nayler, killed in West Melbourne hit-run
- What Medicare should be in the 21st century: a radical blueprint for the federal government's Health Care Homes scheme
- A chance discovery led Lee Mcdonald on a decades-long search to find her missing dad
A woman allegedly on the run from police has caused a social media storm after she asked a TV station to use a 'better photo' of her when reporting her escape.
A Turkish man whose Australian passport had been cancelled by authorities flew out of Melbourne bound for Istanbul using bogus travel documents and the identity of a Canberra plumber.
It is time to cast off the shame, the lame excuses and to stop hiding behind the clutter of that messy desk.
Former ADF cadet Eleanore Tibble was cleared of misconduct but her superior didn't tell her. Fifteen days later she took her own life.
A 31-year-old Indigenous man has died in police custody in a Darwin jail, the second Aboriginal death in custody in Australia in as many months.
If the planet started warming earlier than we thought and we are closer to warning levels, scientists find.
NAB manager Sally Collins was furious when she was told she could not do her senior management job part-time.
There's always a school that parents shun because it has a perceived drug problem.
Australian-born males are twice as likely as women to reject the culture and customs brought to the country by new migrants.
The sight of a blue police uniform is treated warily by many people born in South Sudan living in Australia, according to a major new survey into migrant communities.
As the world endures a third straight year of record-breaking heat, a new study has given fresh insight into what global warming is likely to mean for Australians if it is not curbed.
A disability discrimination case will proceed after a court rejected a judge's comparison of childbirth to "buying a bag of chips".
The imprisonment rate for Aboriginal Australians has increased by an alarming 52 per cent
A state government plan to abolish the Industrial Relations Court will make access to justice more difficult, a leading industrial lawyer has warned.
Northern Territory police are searching for four men who were caught on CCTV releasing saltwater crocodiles into a school administration building in Humpty Doo, a town 40 kilometres from Darwin.
It would have been highly contentious in mainland China, let alone in Australia's largest cities.
Nearly half of female AFP members say they have been sexually harassed in the past five years.
The lawyer hired to defend Peter Scully, the Melbourne man Filipino authorities have accused of some of the worst child sex crimes in memory, has quit in exasperation over the alleged paedophile's incessant demands for special treatment in prison, Fairfax Media can exclusively reveal.
Did you put Minties in the fridge to make it hard or near the heater to make it gooey and soft? Such memories are all part of the cultural meaning of Australia's classic lollies.
"I guess the scariest part of it is that I don't know who put my photo up there," says Amanda*, who spotted her own face among the many girls on the website.
Apprenticeships can provide valuable social support and improve the mental health of young people making the transition from school to work, new research has found.
The operators of a popular Haymarket restaurant have been fined almost $300,000 for paying workers as little as $11 an hour.
Orange tickets begone? Woolworths appears set to relaunch its rewards program and scrap the "Woolworths Dollars" scheme.
Everyone has a unique typing style – but cheaters type differently.
Nauru's highest court could be forced to decide whether the indefinite detention of asylum seekers.
Australian veterans have been allowed restricted access to the Long Tan site after late-night negotiations between the Australian government and Vietnam.
Fraudsters operating largely from parts of Asia have been posing as academic publishers.
AFP confirms it is investigating website which carries more than 2000 pictures of teenaged girls from 71 schools across Australia and evaluating whether it can get the forum closed.
Shifting to a low-carbon energy future while maintaining competition and reliability will be a challenge for the new minister.
Narcissists prefer to work within a hierarchy where they know they can rise to the top - even if it isn't the best way to manage the business, new research suggests.
Periods of regular casual employment will now be counted towards redundancy entitlements as the result of a Fair Work Commission ruling.
A new study shows that microbeads are transferring toxic chemicals into fish that could be ending up on our plates.
The climate change-denying senator is creating ripples around the world.
The big three electricity retailers are charging as much as triple the rate for power in deregulated markets compared with the ACT, a report finds
Customs is cracking down on shipments of life-like child sex dolls that paedophiles are importing into Australia.
A spurned wife discovered that her husband had used part of the family's wealth to buy a property for his mistress.
When was the last time you went for a walk? For many of us, the notion of walking for pure pleasure might as well be science-fiction.
He lives in jail now but for more than two years, while blackmailing young Australian girls to send him pornographic selfies on social media, he lived alone in a dirty garage in outer Melbourne.
Australian school students are being taught to rub their ears, massage their jaw, and imagine the letter X, in order to improve their learning.
"There will be flurry of activity, and money will start pouring in." Regulators around Australia struggle with billion- dollar boom in online fundraising like GoFundMe.
"People will want to invest in him."
There are a lot of good reasons why Australians should pick Sri Lanka over Vietnam as a holiday destination, the value of the Aussie dollar being one of them.
Fairfax Media journalist Jewel Topsfield received the prestigious Lowy Institute Media Award at a ceremony in Sydney on Thursday night.
Tommee Tippee super soft comforters are being recalled over safety fears.
Now 44 years after he was forced to resign because he cared more for children than his professional future, he has been vindicated in the very office where his career was destroyed.
Crime syndicates are hitting back at efforts to combat the booming illicit tobacco trade.
Up to 120 Australian Tax Office and Australian Securities and Investment Commission investigators yesterday raided 13 Melbourne and Brisbane offices and homes as part of a major investigation into corrupt bankruptcy businesses.
While millions of Australians were unable to log onto the Australian Bureau of Statistics' Census website on Tuesday night, thousands of other users met with similar frustration after misspelling the name of the national survey.
Students of Australia, you are being watched. Not only in the lecture hall, but every time you log on and even when you walk across the campus.
Saturday marks 12 years since the Howard government amended the Marriage Act to exclude same-sex couples. Gay marriage wasn't even really on the radar here, but the big concern was that people who got hitched overseas would seek to have that recognised back in Australia.
Gridlocked roads might not seem the obvious place to build mini-power plants but one company has different ideas
The 2016 census program will cost Australian taxpayers around $470 million over five years.
The census website was shut down after being attacked by foreign hackers, the Australian Bureau of Statistics says.
Australians might have been pulling their hair out in frustration as they tried to fill out the census on Tuesday night, but their Prime Minister had no such difficulty.
As the Bureau of Statistics apologised for an "outage" in the online operation of the Census, an expert in large-scale computer operations says they should have expected it to happen.
Six Fairfax Media journalists have been named as finalists in this year's Lowy Institute Media Award.
People trying to complete the census online have been met with error messages and told the system is "overloaded".
The nation's biggest survey is tonight. Are you ready to join more than 1 million people who have already completed the census?
The nation's first digital census day is finally here, but privacy concerns and fears of an internet meltdown are still in full swing.
With the chief executive's contract still under a cloud is it time for him to go?
There are 16 people in Australia who were born in Antarctica, according to the last census.
People with disability may be put at risk by a move to radically cut the conditions of their support workers.
Boris Joy was one of just three bungy jump masters recorded in the last Census. Who else is in a league of their own?
Parents who can't help intervening in their children's schoolwork are raising their kids to be highly self-critical and prone to anxiety and depression.
IVF clinics have been caught out offering flat payments to egg and sperm donors, which could constitute an illegal inducement.
"I don't think you really play Eve to have fun."
While the current land clearing laws are clearly failing in NSW it's far from clear their repeal will make things any better.
The Australian's Bill Leak, who has drawn flak over a cartoon he drew that has been widely condemned as racist, has described his critics as "tantrum-throwers" who are "sanctimonious Tweety Birds".
Employees at TAB gaming outlets are breaching anti-money laundering controls by allowing controversial punters to place bets, collect winnings or shift funds through middle men and third-party betting accounts.
The National Museum of Australia is acquiring a historic Bedford truck.
In December last year, a mysterious punter walked into a Sydney TAB and asked for around $10,000 in cash to be placed into the TAB account belonging to a Victorian woman.
He meets thousands of children every year and author Andy Griffiths says too many of them need more downtime.
Mr Lei, 29, moved to Australia to further his studies in 2011 and is completing his PhD on international relations.
A popular teaching style embraced by teachers across Australia has been condemned as nothing more than a fad.
Plenty of people have been followed home by a stray dog - but the tale of Australian ultramarathon runner Dion Leonard and Gobi and a 125-kilometre journey across China has turned into quite something else.
The Australian newspaper has been accused of inflaming already heightened racial tensions by publishing a cartoon criticising indigenous family values today.
Police have swooped on two men who allegedly imported 154 kilograms of methamphetamine hidden inside a shipment of timber.
Unclear standards mean we aren't quite sure what we're feeding our favourite little purr balls.
Australia's pursuit of the perfect pecs, abs and biceps has led to an explosion in the number of arrests and seizures for illegal steroids.
Federal police will pioneer cutting edge technology to help crack down on cybercriminals and terrorists from a major new forensic centre in the ACT.
Australia's top number cruncher has promised a secure census, despite complaints about difficulties to access the form.
Hammerhead sharks have a clever way of ensuring they don't waste energy while cruising around the ocean.
Australian film director and prominent figure in the Mormon Church has been charged with more than 50 sexual assault charges involving 15 boys, with one of the alleged victims recently taking his own life.
'Has anyone thought ahead to its teens' asks Australian Medical Association president Michael Gannon of girl born in Melbourne on Monday to 62-year-old Tasmanian woman.
Australia should shut down all major youth detention centres and move young offenders into community-based programs, a leading US expert has recommended.
A Tasmanian woman has become a mother at the age of 62, making her the oldest woman to give birth in Australia.
Veteran gay rights campaigner Rodney Croome has quit as the head of the marriage equality lobby group he founded, saying it is at odds with his position on the proposed same-sex marriage plebiscite.
Brooke Tasovac thought her pregnancy would be covered by her upgraded hospital policy. But like many mothers, she was wrong.
Privacy fears, calls for a boycott and phone lines unable to cope. Welcome to census 2016.
Frustrated travellers stranded in Bali have lashed out at Jetstar for its poor customer service after volcanic ash cloud disrupted flights out of Denpasar International Airport.
The Census of Population and Housing is the largest statistical collection of information about Australians, carried out by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Holidaymakers en route to Bali have been left stranded in Darwin after their flights were cancelled because of a volcanic ash cloud over the island.
Holidaymakers en route to Bali have been left stranded in Darwin after their flights were cancelled because of a volcanic ash cloud over the island.
They may be the most common drug in medicine cabinets across the country, but statins have been bumped from the top spot in the latest ranking of Australia's most costly drugs.
Australia is likely to have military assets in the South China Sea to gather vital intelligence on a joint drill between Chinese and Russian forces next month, Fairfax Media understands.
Former chief justice Brian Martin has resigned as the head of the royal commission into the Northern Territory juvenile detention just days after being appointed.
Winter's not yet done with another storm brewing for coastal NSW.
About half an hour before she was left for dead in the middle of a Melbourne road by a speeding hit run driver, Tanami Nayler sent her mother a text.
An expert report has provided a blueprint for radical reforms to Medicare.
A chance discovery led Lee Mcdonald on a decades-long search to find her missing dad.
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