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- Beat the post holiday blues
- Six top business lessons
- What price exotic beer?
- The Aussie email marketing gurus
- The online dating profile mistakes women make
- Werribee's first apartment tower site up for grabs
- Rugby World Cup 2015: Tuilagi ban highlights the bias against small countries which is blighting a brilliant tournament
- Public service peace talks at last: Employment minister Michaelia Cash meets with CPSU
- TV and radio licence fees under review: Communications Minister Mitch Fifield
- Shockwaves through the airwaves: Scotty and Nige no more as Canberra 104.7 announces a new breakfast team
- Guilty: Stephen James Bradley murdered Michelle Buckingham in 1983
- Shane Warne offers to mentor England leg spinner Adil Rashid
- Swell of trophy homes hit northern beaches market
- Mergers not ruled out as Sydney's art schools 'explore opportunities for a closer association'
- Sue Cato lists her Glebe designer digs
- Markets Live: Fistful of gains
- KISS Melbourne review: old rockers roll on but is their time coming to and end?
- Good news for Brisbane renters depending where you live
- Dramatic video emerges of tourists plunging from Lake Waikaremoana bridge
- Do more wedding guests make for a happier couple?
- CSL appoints David Lamont as CFO, raises $710m of fresh debt
- Canberra mornings: October 9, 2015
- Apple responds to iPhone 6s battery controversy
- Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May share first look at new Amazon show
- How to survive moving back in with your parents
- Toxic company cultures are easy in tech. Here's how the new wave is building something better
- Perth radio star Shane McFarlane dead at 53
- Ferrari aiming for $US12.4b valuation in IPO
- Woman charged with fraud after selling elderly mother's house
- Questions raised over Malcolm Turnbull's use of private email server
- Crude oil surges above $US50 a barrel for first time since July
- Australia should welcome Dutch anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders, says Liberal senator Cory Bernardi
- Perth rents at the lowest level recorded since March 2012: Domain Group
- FIFA corruption scandal: With Sepp Blatter suspended, what happens now?
- Iberia flight 6313 makes frightening low landing in Costa Rica
- Can you spot this Victoria's Secret Photoshop fail?
- Man arrested over shooting death of Saif Jouda in Horsley Park
- Telstra gets new retail boss, chief marketing officer and international head
- Waterfront living redefined at Wharf?s Entrance, Yarra?s Edge
- Jack Ma seeks to ease concerns about Alibaba
- The WA mental health system doesn't need more money or meetings. So what now?
- Australia claims four gold medals at Oceania cycling championships
- Bill Gross seeks 'hundreds of millions' from Pimco over ouster
- Early signs of Melbourne market slow down emerging
- Google announces service to speed loading of news articles
- Victorian bushfires 2015: Homes lost as blaze rages near Lancefield, Benloch
- 'It's just been a fairly ordinary few days,' Benloch resident fights to protect her home
- He said what now? Top quotes from new Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp
- The Verdict recap: Karl Stefanovic's shout-fest was a stinking mess, and no match for Q&A
- Stunning images of the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, as space weather phenomena coincide
- France train attack hero Spencer Stone stabbed in California
- A2 Milk whips up $NZ40m capital raising, oversubscribed
- Man who accused dead Brisbane Grammar teacher of sex abuse speaks out
- Usain Bolt beaten in race with YouTube star Demarjay Smith on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
- BT says forget Fed rate rise, faltering recovery could mean more QE
- Pimco holds fire on emerging markets as volatility exposes vulnerabilities
- How One Direction helped Josh Thomas direct Please Like Me
- Warm weather with a chance of rain in store for Canberra
- Amazon challenges Etsy with strictly handmade marketplace
- Pressure is on the RBA to cut rates as commodity bloc sweats
- Alcoa misses as aluminium extends slide
- Mark Latham claims western Sydney has a 'Muslim problem' on The Verdict
- Woman, 20, dies in Darling Downs intersection crash
- Liverpool appoint charismatic Juergen Klopp as manager
- Australian dollar hits three week high as US dollar falls on Fed minutes
- Parramatta Mosque chairman Neil El-Kadomi to tell Islamic extremists to go back to where they came from
- Courtney Barnett sitting pretty with a swag of Age Music Victoria Awards nominations
- Coalition government in talks to resettle refugees in the Philippines
- Police find body believed to be missing Mont Albert woman Penny Bailey
- US House Republicans in chaos after Kevin McCarthy drops out of Speaker race
- US judge berates domestic violence victim, jails woman for contempt
- Air New Zealand teams with United Airlines to help fend off Qantas challenge
- Rugby World Cup 2015: Wallabies holding nothing back against Wales, says Matt Giteau
- Qld teen Tiffany Taylor's accused murderer to face court
- Retired Sydney star Adam Goodes' war dance preserved on canvas
- Wall St rallies on commodity shares
- need2know: Positive Wall St lead
- Receivers' game of musical chairs
- Russian missiles aimed at Syria crashed in Iran, according to US officials
There's no need to dread going back to work if you follow these great tips to get back to business.
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A local craft brew portal wants to know which overseas ales local drinkers admire.
Which local success story has more than 120,000 clients in 170 countries?
There's quite a cottage industry telling men what not to do on dating profiles. At the risk of insulting women who'd never dare write "no short or bald guys" on RSVP, here's a few feminine fails to consider.
Could this be the beginning of high rise living in Werribee?
Why would the likes of Fiji, Tonga and Samoa want to keep coming back to the World Cup to be treated like this every four years?
'After 18 months, it's positive that they're willing to talk': Michaelia Cash, Nadine Flood held talks in Melbourne this week.
The review's findings will be considered in the context of next year's budget, Minister for Communications and Arts Mitch Fifield said.
Scotty and Nige are no†more.
A Brisbane dog groomer has been found guilty of the cold case murder of Shepparton teenager Michelle Buckingham, found dead in 1983.
Shane Warne has offered to work with England and help leg-spinner Adil Rashid build an international career.
There are 10 weeks until Christmas. That doesn't leave a lot of time to buy yourself a holiday home for the season.
The heads of Sydney's tertiary art schools have not ruled out a merger as they conduct ongoing discussions to "explore opportunities for a closer association".
Spin doctor Sue Cato reshuffles her property portfolio.
The ASX climbs smartly higher, set to make it five gains in five sessions as resources sector jumps.
It was a surprisingly good show, but it's time for these guys to quit while they're ahead.
Strong growth in house and unit construction in Brisbane and higher numbers of first home buyers entering the market, are likely to continue keep overall rental growth in check
Dramatic video has emerged of the moment a remote†bridge on one of New Zealand's popular Great Walks broke, sending four tourists tumbling.†
So it seems Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman weren't invited to their daughter's wedding.
David Lamont has been named the new CSL chief financial officer, replacing Gordon Naylor, who is taking charge of CSL's†flu vaccines business Seqirus.
The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.
Differences in real-life battery duration between different iPhones is just 2 to 3 per cent, Apple says.
After a tumultuous six months, former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are back bigger and better than ever before.
A growing number of young people are checking in at Casa del Ma and Pa. Here are some tips to make life easier for both parties.
The tech sector's outward glamour and billion-dollar valuations help mask an unpleasant underside: the hyper-competitive culture has made many tech firms awful places to work.
Perth radio presenter Shane McFarlane has died following ongoing health issues.
Ferrari's coveted status as a maker of cars for the super rich is helping push up its value in an initial public offering.
A 55-year-old woman has been charged after allegedly selling her elderly mother's home, pocketing $200,000, then putting the 80-year-old in a retirement home with no financial support.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull†continues to use a non-government email server to conduct communications with others.
Oil surged above $50 a barrel in New York for the first time since July on speculation that demand is picking up.
Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi says Australia should welcome Dutch anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders to Australia because he could be the Netherlands' next Prime Minister.
Declining population growth linked to falling rents in the Western Australia capital.
All the answers to your questions about the suspension of FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
A passenger jet has made a frightening low landing in Costa Rica coming within metres of onlookers and cars before grazing an airport perimeter fence.
People have been quick to point out a grave error made by the lingerie company
A man has been arrested over the death of a Palestinian immigrant who was shot dead in western Sydney just months after moving to Australia to marry his fiance.
Telstra chief Andy Penn has appointed a new retail boss, chief marketing officer and international head in one of the biggest management shake-ups at the telecommunications giant in years.
Water views are like liquid gold. Ask any real estate expert and they will tell you a water view adds substantial value to a property.
?Alibaba Group Holding chairman Jack Ma is urging shareholders to focus on the company's prospects beyond e-commerce.
Australia claimed four gold medals on the opening day of the Oceania track cycling championships in Invercargill, New Zealand.
Bond king claims greedy rivals at Pimco pushed him out as chief investment officer, making him miss out on $345 million bonus for last year.
The Melbourne weekend auction market roars back into action this Saturday, but there are signs of a slow down.
Google shows off initiative to ensure news articles load more quickly on the web, but one name was conspicuously absent from the presentation.
A fourth house has been lost in Victoria's bushfire emergency as firefighters continue to battle an out-of-control blaze north of Melbourne.
It's Thursday lunchtime, temperatures are mild and Lesley Phillips is outside watering the lawn, flower beds, roses and any part of the garden that needs it.
New Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp, who joined the club on Thursday, is rarely lost for words. Emotional and witty, the German has made waves with some of his comments. Here is a selection.
THE Verdict arrived on our screens soaked in hype, boasting TV's premier journalist/vaudevillian as its host, a noted huckster or two on its panel, and with the promise - very soon fulfilled - of plenty of hollering.
Hundreds of people in northern hemisphere go outside with their cameras in hopes of capturing colourful displays.
American who fought a gunman apparently planning a terrorist attack on a train in France in August is fighting for his life.
The dairy company, has completed its fund raising launched on Thursday, with the new shares hitting the boards next week.
The man who accused a senior teacher at one of Queensland's most exclusive private schools of historic child sex offences has told why he came forward after more than 30 years of silence.
We may have a new contender for the upset of the century, after the world's fastest man Usain Bolt lost a foot race. To an eight-year-old.
BT's Vimal Gor says the US Fed is just as likely to revert back towards quantitative easing as it is to lift interest rates, as corporate debt and emerging markets show the strains of a faltering recovery.
Pimco are keeping their powder dry on emerging markets as they remain highly vulnerable to cyclical shocks despite a recent rally.
Josh Thomas had some help with his first go at directing, from One Direction.
After a warm long weekend, Canberra is in for cooler weather and a little rain.
The e-commerce giant enters the handcrafted-goods ring, opening an arts-and-crafts bazaar online to tap a niche but growing market.
Australia faces pressure to cut interest rates even if the domestic economy does not worsen, says BNP Paribas.
?Alcoa reported earnings that missed analysts' estimates after the price of the metal fell for a fourth straight quarter.
Former Labor leader Mark Latham has used an appearance on national television to declare that western Sydney has a "Muslim problem" following the fatal shooting of a civilian police employee outside the NSW Police Force headquarters in Parramatta last week.
A 20-year-old woman was killed when her car collided with a ute at a rural Darling Downs intersection†on Thursday afternoon.
Liverpool named former Borussia Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp as manager on Thursday with the club posting photos of him signing his contract on their official Twitter account.
The Australian dollar soared to a three-week high on Friday as a global relief rally rolled on.
The Parramatta Mosque chairman will have some strong words for his congregation on Friday.
Voting is now open for the 2015 awards, with Courtney Barnett leading the nominees in another stellar year for Victorian music.
Refugees who travelled to Australia by boat could be permanently resettled in the Philippines under a deal being negotiated, but senior government sources fear the premature leaking of the deal to the media could see the proposal scuttled.
Police have found a body they believe†it that of Mont Albert woman Penny Bailey, who has been missing since†Tuesday.
Dismay and talks of divisions among Republicans as exit leaves no clear path forward and no set date for a new vote.
Woman, who said she had wanted to get on with her life rather than press charges against ex-partner, jailed for skipping hearing.
Air New Zealand and United Airlines have launched a pre-emptive strike against the Qantas Airways and American Airlines trans-Pacific alliance, with United announcing it will begin flying Boeing 787 Dreamliners from Auckland to San Francisco from July.
Giteau says he got "caught in the moment" for a match-sealing swan-dive that hammered the final nail into England's World Cup coffin.
The man charged with murdering missing Queensland teenager Tiffany Taylor is expected to face court today.
Even when the Adam Goodes booing saga was at its most hysterical, driving him off the field for a week and crystallising his intention to retire, he did not hesitate in co-operating for an oil portrait of his memorable war dance earlier in the season.
US stocks rose as Fed minutes reflected caution over raising interest rates even as the economy improves.
Local shares are poised to open higher, lifted by gains on Wall Street as the Fed signalled it's nowhere near abandoning its stimulus efforts.
There's an interesting game of musical chairs emerging at Pluton Resources, with some of the big names of the accounting world worrying about who might be holding the bag when the music stops. Pluton collapsed under $100 million of debt, with joint venture partners and suppliers Wise and Hong Kong's General Nice Group feuding over the scraps of the iron-ore rich Cockatoo Island, off Western Australia.
Some sort of mishap was to be expected because Russian Kalibr missiles had never been used in wartime, US official says.
Brisbane Times National Headlines
- Refugee whistleblower will tell Canberra rally he saw a child bashed on Nauru
- Australia Post's Ahmed Fahour calls for work traineeships to counter lure of extremism
- Public servants brace for pension shock
- CFMEU boss denies knowledge of inappropriate payment claims
- Australia's most dangerous streets revealed by school testing
- Lab-grown human kidney a breakthrough for medical researchers
- Gang-gang. 100 Years Ago. How to restore the 'pride and joy' of blinded soldiers
- Tell us about the commissions: price comparison websites
- Public servant wins legal fight over $20,000 breast surgery
- El Nino unmasked: Changing conditions point to ramped-up risks for Australia
- John Lomax knew of claims CFMEU's Fihi Kivalu was corrupt, royal commission reveals
- Samsung, Ikea, Coca-Cola, NAB and Kleenex head list of Choice Shonky Award winners for 2015
- Zoe Woolmer cliff death: 'Tragedy like this only a matter of time', inquest told
- Immigration property saga costs industry millions
- Wages showdown looms in Turnbull's department
- Australian Red Cross aid workers awarded Florence Nightingale Medals
- Sydney weather: heat to be blown away by damaging winds
- Sex offenders bashed at Christmas Island detention centre after Border Force ruling
- The arm wrestle over drugs: inside the TPP deal
- Fall in China's coal use here to stay, leading expert says
- Trans-Pacific Partnership bad for the environment, green groups say
- Cancer cost: Young man with lymphoma needs $800,000 for another shot at life
- A tale of two Johns brothers, the legends who league fans keep forgiving
- Frogs face mass extinction: Macquarie University report
- Sydney weather: Temperatures to climb again as sea breezes wilt
- Minister hatches bid to unscramble labelling laws for free-range eggs
- Sapper and bomb-sniffer dog memorial contains layers of emotion
- Canberra national war cemetery plan scuttled
- Human trafficking of workers a growing problem in Victoria
- In the animal world, power is a question of colour
- Contract for new armoured personnel carriers to be announced
- Neighbours hardly knew boy who turned killer
- Revenge porn: government urged to make it illegal
- Date with Kate
- The private schools eating Sydney's suburbs
- Students from south-west Sydney off to a running start
- The AFL grand final: How a $125 million footy match consumes a city
- Save the Children staff accused and deported from Nauru demand an explanation
- Liberals to release China FTA attack ads branding unions 'racist'
- Fresh investigations into CrownBet advertisements offering bonus bets
- Mindfulness is great, warns experts, as long as your mind is in the right place
- The telling of the seasons without a clock or a calendar: once, we just knew
- Sex for surgical training claims should be investigated, lawyer says
- Little girl lost: trying to identify the nameless victim of Wynarka's homicide
- Correcting history – how the modern game of AFL was invented
- Anti-abortion campaigner Troy Newman deported after losing legal bid
- Antidote for drug overdose could soon be available over the counter
- Charlie Hebdo survivor Simon Fieschi marries Australian girlfriend Maisie Dubosarsky in Paris
- Greenhouse emissions targets: India commits before Paris but world falling short
- Indigenous protection of vast area in NT will educate future generations
- Ice users 'doubled' in recent years - report
- Mathias Cormann must sign off on Immigration move from Belconnen
- 'Anzac Day it is': court hears how English boy planned Melbourne terror attack
- All codeine-containing medications could be prescription-only from next year
- Air tankers Southern Belle and Thor unveiled by NSW Rural Fire Service
- How to prevent social media photos going public
- Where the over-65s outnumber the under-15s
- Australian Border Force's 'dangerous shortcuts'
- Terror, drugs and the enemy within: Top cop's challenges ahead
- Australia's cervical cancer screening self-collection program a world first
- Royal Australasian College of Surgeons 'ignored sexual harassment complaints'
- Volkswagen scandal: Choice car test points to other fuel guzzlers
- Japanese whalers "in contempt" of court
- Ken Lay appointed chairman of Ambulance Victoria
- Mental strength helps sportsmen like Nat Fyfe play through injury
- Millions of social media photos found on child exploitation sharing sites
- Life on Mars: a 1939 interview with Australia's Government Astronomer
- Raised in Australia, he's among a wave of Kiwis held on Christmas Island as visas revoked
- Flowing water on Mars raises prospect of finding life
- Mission Australia calls on private investors to help halve homelessness
- Luke Batty: 'missed opportunities' to intervene in boy's death, coroner finds
- Opioid prescription painkiller misuse surges
- Shorten writes to Turnbull to plead for amnesty for 7-Eleven workers
- More than a quarter of young people at risk of perpetrating violence against women
- One in five young people blame the victim of sexual assault
- Seven out of ten Newstart recipients are long-term unemployed
- Sacrifices grandparents make so parents can go to work
- Vacant boards common as Coalition considers the worth of community advice
- Bullied, unhealthy and unhappy: a quarter of children doing so much worse than their peers
- Inspiration overload on social media prompts rise of 'demotivational' movement
- Bonds Wondersuits reselling for hundreds of dollars online
- Senate submission puts FFA in cross-hairs over World Cup bid
- Why Lucy Turnbull doesn't want to be called First Lady
- Australian journalist Peter Greste to get full pardon from Egypt: Julie Bishop
- 'We're doing it for the kids' say Aboriginal elders who refuse to leave remote communities
- Children tell real life stories of dementia
- Vocational education: how the shonks and shysters took control
- Sydney Symphony Orchestra welcomes 260-year-old Guadagnini to the family
- Property sector warfare over relocation of Immigration from Belconnen
- Unions and human rights groups rally against detention centre operator Transfield
- CSIRO marine research ship hired to oil and gas companies BP and Chevron
- Fifteen years ago, Cathy Freeman ran her way into the nation's heart
- Woolworths misses food waste target but sets new goal with OzHarvest partnership
- Federal Court deems ignorance no excuse for alleged public service racism
- Breast implant manufacturer suspended after contamination fears
- Muslim community see no divide in 'Team Australia' under Malcolm Turnbull
- Pensioner with a gambling addiction taking payday lender Cash Converters to court
- Why the Uber court decision is important
- Violence against women: The money helps, but Turnbull's words matter more
- More than 20,000 asylum seekers receive work rights after years living in forced destitution
Refugee whistleblower speaks out ahead of Canberra rally
The head of Australia Post has called on business and government to offer work traineeships to young Muslims as way of countering the lure of extremism.
Public service retirees say any move against their pensions would be unfair and ill-informed.
ACT CFMEU boss Dean Hall denies knowledge of alleged corruption, but admits he made a mistake allowing Fihi Kivalu to say he resigned after being made redundant.
Accidents, illness, strangers: danger to children takes many forms. But for brain damage caused by toxic mining metals, these streets must rank as the most dangerous in Australia.
Researchers in Melbourne and Brisbane have successfully grown a human 'mini-kidney' from stem cells.
One hundred years ago this week columnist "Celia" of Toorak asked "How many of our masseurs, I wonder, have volunteered to instruct blinded soldiers in the mysteries of their profession?"
But Federal Court makes no ruling on alleged "bias sarcasm and aggression" towards ATO official.
The impacts of the monster El Nino in the Pacific are likely to intensify across much of Australia, including worsening drought and an elevated bushfire threat, after conditions that were nullifying its effects suddenly retreated.
Secret recording reveals John Lomax knew of allegations his CFMEU colleague was corrupt, despite saying otherwise.
Ikea's "leather" couches, Kleenex's "flushable" wet wipes and NAB's "low" rate credit cards have each snagged a Shonky Award for delivering the opposite of what was sold to consumers.
Little or no safety training is provided by many tour companies in central Australia, a coronial inquest has been told.
Canberra property industry counts the cost of Immigration Dept's real estate saga.
Battlelines are drawn as the Prime Minister's public servants prepare to vote.
Four Australians who've served on the front line of disease control, disaster relief and health care in some of the most war-torn and remote outreaches of the planet have been awarded the highest international honour for a nurse.
Sydney unusual early-season heat will come to an abrupt - if temporary - halt on Wednesday as a southerly buster moves up the NSW coast.
The Christmas Island immigration detention centre is in lockdown after a decision by the Australian Border Force to begin housing sex offenders there sparked brutal assaults.
The journey from Mike Froman's 12th-floor presidential suite to Andrew Robb's modest digs on the 58th can take as long as 10 minutes in the Westin Hotel – a gargantuan relic of the Atlanta Olympics, where the lifts go missing when most needed.
The historic fall in China's coal use is a clear and consistent trend and should be factored in by Australian business, one of the world's leading experts on China's environment policy says.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership threatens to undermine environment protection and could limit governments' ability to ramp up necessary action on climate change, green groups say.
Joey Lynch thinks he is an unlikely character for a cancer story.
If it was only about the footy, Andrew 'Joey' Johns might have endured as a true immortal of rugby league. And his big brother Matty might have hovered eternally somewhere close to those gods of the game.
Frogs face "mass extinction" in the next century, according to research by Macquarie University expert Dr John Alroy.
Sydney faces another scorching day in the west on Tuesday as a big high pressure system steers unusually warm winds over the city.
Forcing producers to declare the number of hens per square meter on cartons of free range egg is among the options being considered by the federal government to end the confusion over labelling claims.
Man and dog gaze into each others eyes, the electric space between them fizzing with currents of devotion, trust and shared endeavour.
The latest proposal for a national war cemetery has been scuttled by the demise of Tony Abbott's prime ministership.
Human trafficking of workers by unscrupulous, sometimes criminal, middlemen is a growing problem in Victoria.
Research sheds light on why some distinct colour and patterns are rarer in some populations of animals than others.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is set to announce a key piece of Australia's future defence force capability: up to 1000 armoured vehicles.
In the ordinary suburban Sydney street where Farhad Khalil Mohammad Jabar lived with his family, the 15-year-old boy hardly existed at all.
One in ten Australian adults has had a sexually explicit image of them sent on to others without their permission, prompting renewed calls for the Federal Government to outlaw revenge porn.
Dita Von Teese is the biggest name in burlesque and is credited for bringing the art form back into the spotlight. The American fashion and beauty icon was in Australia to launch her global Spring Summer lingerie collection. Kate Waterhouse caught up with her for a chat.
A group of Sydney's most expensive private schools will spend up to $200 million on new facilities as they seek to attract lucrative student dollars.
When David Criniti first put five boys from south west Sydney through their paces, during a running training session at their local park, he knew he had work to do. He watched on with delight as they took off on the cross country course in an enthusiastic sprint, only to see them return shortly thereafter at a weary, near-walking pace.
The millions of dollars are in the detail at the AFL grand final.
Humanitarian workers deported from Nauru last year following unsubstantiated claims they encouraged asylum seekers to self-harm and fabricate stories of abuse are yet to receive an explanation – despite being promised one by the Australian government.
The Liberal Party is set to raise the temperature in the fight over the China Free Trade Agreement, with attack ads that accuse "ratbag unions" of stoking racism against the Chinese.
Bonus bets are under scrutiny again by the gambling watchdog.
Natasha Smith is pounding the pavement, breathing deeply. Despite her heart rate pumping, she is calm and focused.
Spring did not come to our place until the last weekend in September or the first in October.
Historical reports of sexual harassment and corruption in training overseen by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons should be investigated with perpetrators held to account, a leading lawyer says.
It is an unusual position for homicide investigators to be in.
The Naked City column is devoted to shining a light on the dark world of crime and on this bright Grand Final day nothing will change. It is the perfect time to right a monstrous wrong.
Controversial American anti-abortion campaigner Troy Newman has been deported from Australia, authorities confirmed on Saturday.
A drug that reverses the effects of potentially fatal overdoses could be made an over-the-counter medicine from next year.
Forces of nature had determined this occasion would be unblemished by even a single cloud. Paris bathed in sunshine, and not even the burly men with machine guns keeping watch over the 11th arrondissement's Town Hall could detract from the very literal triumph of love over hate.
The last big countries to reveal their greenhouse gas emissions targets ahead of global talks in Paris have informed the United Nations of their intentions, however the collective commitments still sees the world falling short of the action needed to halt global warming at relatively safe levels.
In the south-west corner of the Northern Territory, a newly declared Indigenous Protected Area has sparked excitement in indigenous and non-indigenous communities alike.
The number of Australian ice users has almost doubled in recent years and there are now more people using the drug more frequently.
Belconnen traffic, takeaway food, child care and public servants' commute all to be examined.
A 14-year-old boy in northern England, radicalised by an Australian ISIS recruiter, plotted an attack on an Anzac Day Parade in Melbourne from the bedroom of his parents' home, a court has heard.
Pharmacists have been struggling to identify addicts taking up to 100 painkiller tablets a day leading to a `look' at what's available.
Never fear, Southern Belle and Thor are here!
Facebook photos can quickly be shared with people you don't know, depending on what privacy setting have been manually entered into your profile and how often the photo is shared.
A demographic threshold has been reached as those over 65 outnumber under-15s.
Gun pulled at Darwin airport while Immigration manager looked on, union alleges.
Like all government departments, police live and die on statistics but Victoria's new Chief Commissioner, Graham Ashton, says real policing cannot be judged simply on a set of figures.
Women will be able to collect their own tissue samples and send them off for testing under world-first changes to Australia's cervical cancer screening program.
Complaints that female trainees were being sexually harassed by senior surgeons corruptly wielding power over their careers have been ignored by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons for seven years, a doctor says.
Australian drivers are being cheated out of hundreds of dollars at the bowser each year because of "dodgy" fuel efficiency claims, says the consumer advocacy group.
A legal case is being revived against Japanese whaling in Australian Antarctic waters, with a claim the whalers stand in contempt of the Federal Court.
Former police commissioner Ken Lay has been announced as the new chairman of Ambulance Victoria.
Some elite sportsmen have the mental ability to block out pain and continue to perform at a high level, a leading sports physician says.
Photos posted online by parents are not exploitative, but can be sexualised through added comments, investigator says.
First published in The Sydney Morning Herald on July 28, 1939 With the planet Mars now closer to earth than it has been for 30 years, astronomers throughout the Southern Hemisphere are making observations which may help to solve one of the great mysteries of the universe – whether life, other than vegetable life, can exist on another planet.
The Christmas Island immigration detention centre is worse than jail. That is the view of 29-year-old Ricardo Young, who is among a growing wave of New Zealand citizens detained at the centre after his visa was cancelled under the Australian Government's bolstered character test.
NASA has compelling evidence of seasonal salty water flows on Mars, an important finding that substantially raises the prospect that life, in some form, exists today beneath the planet's desiccated red surface.
One of Australia's largest charities has called on private investors and government to help halve the number of homeless people within the next decade.
Perpetrators of family violence should face greater risk assessment and monitoring, according to Victoria's state coroner.
Misuse of powerful opioid prescription painkillers surged in the past three years.
The Opposition Leader wrote to Mr Turnbull on Friday, pleading for a reprieve for up to 4000 international students, some of whom were paid as little as $5 per hour.
New research has found more than a quarter of young people are at risk of perpetrating violence against women.
Almost half think tracking a partner electronically is acceptable, according to a new health report.
More than seven out of ten Australians on unemployment benefits have been out of work for more than a year. The total is a big jump from six out of ten three years ago.
Grandparents are sacrificing work, income, travel and recreation to care for their grandkids so mums can go to work.
Many boards have been left inoperable by the Coalition government.
One in five children are bullied at least once a week, with those with a disability the most vulnerable, according to a landmark study of the wellbeing of children in the middle years.
"Dream as if you'll live forever. Live as if you'll die today."
Your baby might be crawling around in hundreds of dollars worth of clothing.
Australian soccer chiefs have been asked to explain why a controversial $462,000 payment to a bank account controlled by an allegedly corrupt former FIFA vice-president, Jack Warner, was made through a foreign currency dealer and organised by notorious consultant Peter Hargitay.
Lucy Turnbull says she will "carry on with the life I have been leading" in the wake of her husband's sudden catapult into the Prime Minister's job.
The Egyptian government says it will grant the Australian Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste a full pardon, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said after an informal meeting with the Egyptian delegation at the United Nations in New York.
Ten hours from the nearest paved road, Kandiwal sits in 38 degree heat as the onset of north Kimberley's rainy season fast approaches.
"She can't know who you are, she can't remember who she loves."
Billions of taxpayer dollars have pumped up the profits of private companies that often have little experience in education.
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra has welcomed a new member to its family – a 260-year-old violin crafted by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, who is considered one of the greatest string instrument makers in history.
Developer tackles minister on "the elephant in the room" as consultants go to war.
Embattled detention centre operator Transfield is facing a growing backlash, as some of the nation's biggest trade unions and human rights groups rallied at the company's Melbourne headquarters.
A prized $120 million CSIRO ship built to study marine science has been hired out to international energy giants Chevron and BP to help them search for oil and gas in the iconic waters of the Great Australian Bight.
This was Australia's longest minute. This was the breathless, unforgettable minute. The 112,524 people at Olympic Park last night - a record for the stadium - will never forget it.
Woolworths has missed its target of preventing any food from going to the tip but says the "ambitious" goal is achievable.
Epic legal struggle sparked by alleged racist conduct against Indigenous grad set to go another round.
Australian plastic surgeons have been warned against using a popular Brazilian brand cosmetic implants after European regulators suspended approval for all Silimed medical devices.
Muslim community leaders are hopeful a Malcolm Turnbull prime ministership will help soothe bitter and divisive debates about the threat of terrorism in Australia.
A disability support pensioner with a gambling addiction is taking Cash Converters to court, claiming it broke the law by repeatedly offering her loans it knew she would struggle to pay back.
A verdict is expected today in a test case against UberX driver Nathan Brenner. This is why it's important not just for drivers and cabbies, but also for consumers.
At the launch of a $100 million women's safety package, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said being disrespectful to women was "un-Australian".
How sweet it is to wake to a new day – a day with a shape, a day with meaning. Hamid Ali rises early. He pours tea into a thermos, pulls on a vest and steps outside into the morning chill. Then he starts to smile.
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