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Coalition accused of ignoring bipartisan advice over scrutiny of security powers - The Guardian
Coalition accused of ignoring bipartisan advice over scrutiny of security powers  The Guardian

Labor and Centre Alliance fear government will proceed with two key bills without recommended safeguards.


Australians are eating more cheese, butter and yoghurt, and Timboon is milking the trend - ABC News
Australians are eating more cheese, butter and yoghurt, and Timboon is milking the trend  ABC News

Australian dairy production is dropping, but a town in Victoria's Western District is taking advantage of changing consumer tastes to turn its fortunes around.


How we exposed Cricket Australia's double counting - Sydney Morning Herald
How we exposed Cricket Australia's double counting  Sydney Morning Herald

Most major sports recognise two sets of numbers when it comes to how many players they have. One is the participation rate, and the other is the actual number ...


Australian arrested after spending a year in Thai prison - NEWS.com.au
Australian arrested after spending a year in Thai prison  NEWS.com.au

A man arrested on his return to Australia had spent almost a year in a Thai prison for stealing a dressing gown.


Australia keep the faith ahead of Test finale - cricket.com.au
Australia keep the faith ahead of Test finale  cricket.com.au

Tourists hoping to bowl England out before they reach the follow-on target, then push for unlikely victory in Taunton.


The slow death of the Australian icon that is the corner store (or milk bar, or deli) - ABC News
The slow death of the Australian icon that is the corner store (or milk bar, or deli)  ABC News

The neighbourhood corner store was once a colourful and vibrant hallmark of typical suburban life, but the rise of multinational corporations and our on-demand ...


Commonwealth prosecutors consider action against DOF Subsea Australia for deep dive - The West Australian
Commonwealth prosecutors consider action against DOF Subsea Australia for deep dive  The West Australian

Prosecutors are considering taking action over a commercial diving operation off WA that left several elite divers with brain damage. A brief of evidence on the ...


Australians' faith in politics has collapsed – how can we reimagine democracy? | Tim Hollo - The Guardian
Australians' faith in politics has collapsed – how can we reimagine democracy? | Tim Hollo  The Guardian

Australians like democracy, just not the version we have.


Five things I learnt covering Australia's drought crisis this week - ABC News
Five things I learnt covering Australia's drought crisis this week  ABC News

This week I took a 900km trip through regional Australia to see for myself how bad the drought was. These are the five things I have learnt, writes Michael ...


The Australians making music with computer code - ABC News
The Australians making music with computer code  ABC News

Enter the world of live-coding, where musicians form new and interesting sounds by creating algorithms in real time. The artists leading Australia's small local ...


Cheika says Tupou yellow was wrong call, Kearns calls it 'disgraceful' - Sydney Morning Herald
Cheika says Tupou yellow was wrong call, Kearns calls it 'disgraceful'  Sydney Morning Herald

Michael Cheika and Phil Kearns have both slammed the yellow-carding of Taniela Tupou at a critical moment in Australia's 35-17 defeat to South Africa.


60 Minutes: Australian troops training Filipino forces to combat ISIS threat - 9News
60 Minutes: Australian troops training Filipino forces to combat ISIS threat  9News

Australian troops deployed to the Philippines say the threat of ISIS is now on Australia's doorstep, as th...


Rugby's new overlord perfect choice to guide 'niche' Australian code - Sydney Morning Herald
Rugby's new overlord perfect choice to guide 'niche' Australian code  Sydney Morning Herald

The return of James O'Connor to Australian rugby says much about the code in 2019. When Brad Thorn fronted a press conference to explain O'Connor's ...


Wallabies campaign off to poor start after crucial lapses against Boks - Sydney Morning Herald
Wallabies campaign off to poor start after crucial lapses against Boks  Sydney Morning Herald

The Wallabies' 56-year losing drought at Ellis Park has continued after South Africa began the Rugby Championship in fine fashion.


Greens senator Nick McKim deported from Manus Island - The Guardian
Greens senator Nick McKim deported from Manus Island  The Guardian

The Greens senator Nick McKim says he was deported from Manus Island because he “simply stood on a public street and asked politely” to see conditions in a ...


An unlikely choice: Lindsay Lohan to host Australian singing show - Sydney Morning Herald
An unlikely choice: Lindsay Lohan to host Australian singing show  Sydney Morning Herald

In a couple of weeks Lindsay Lohan, arguably one of the most controversial showbiz figures of the past 20 years, is due to arrive in Sydney to shoot a new ...


Australians protest six years of offshore detention - SBS News
Australians protest six years of offshore detention  SBS News

Thousands of Australians protest around the country, calling for the release of refugees and asylum seekers who have been detained on Manus Island and ...


One of world's most threatened fish, hunted for shark fin soup, seeks safe haven in NT waters - ABC News
One of world's most threatened fish, hunted for shark fin soup, seeks safe haven in NT waters  ABC News

Northern Australia's waters are acting as a safe haven for one of the world's most threatened marine fish, new research has revealed.


Australia's Diamonds beat South Africa 55-53 to reach Netball World Cup final - ABC News
Australia's Diamonds beat South Africa 55-53 to reach Netball World Cup final  ABC News

The Diamonds' second string beats South Africa by two goals in a thrilling Netball World Cup semi-final in Liverpool.


'Irresponsible remarks': China hits back at Australia over Yang Hengjun detention plea - SBS News
'Irresponsible remarks': China hits back at Australia over Yang Hengjun detention plea  SBS News

China has hit back at Australia for interfering in its investigation of a Chinese-Australian writer, calling remarks by its foreign minister "irresponsible".


Neil Perry's restaurant empire sued by Rockpool chef for alleged underpayment - The Guardian
Neil Perry's restaurant empire sued by Rockpool chef for alleged underpayment  The Guardian

Celebrity chef Neil Perry's high-end restaurant empire is being sued for allegedly underpaying a chef who worked gruelling 20-hour shifts at the Rockpool Bar ...


IRAN SEIZES BRITISH TANKER. AUSTRALIA COULD PAY - Herald Sun
IRAN SEIZES BRITISH TANKER. AUSTRALIA COULD PAY  Herald Sun

Fascist Iran is playing chicken with the US and Britain, and anything could now happen:


Diamonds confident of winning final after Silver Ferns shock England - The Age
Diamonds confident of winning final after Silver Ferns shock England  The Age

The Netball World Cup decider played in the early hours of Monday morning will see the trans-Tasman rivals lock horns for the sixth straight tournament.


National Gallery of (Real) Australia: 12 of the best from the past seven days - The Advocate
National Gallery of (Real) Australia: 12 of the best from the past seven days  The Advocate

From MasterChef to clifftop rescues and walking on the moon, it's been another diverse week.


Sydney police inspector's son and partner murdered in Canada - The West Australian
Sydney police inspector's son and partner murdered in Canada  The West Australian

Two NSW homicide detectives travelled to Canada to assist the family of Aussie Lucas Fowler and his American girlfriend Chynna Deese, who were shot dead.


Ashes 2019: Why Matthew Wade has been left out of Australian XI, Mark Taylor discusses - Wide World of Sports
Ashes 2019: Why Matthew Wade has been left out of Australian XI, Mark Taylor discusses  Wide World of Sports

Former Australian Test captain Mark Taylor has revealed why Matthew Wade has remained out of the Australian Test team despite a mountain of domestic runs.


Australia's economy is dangerously reliant on just two states and their property markets right now - Business Insider Australia
Australia's economy is dangerously reliant on just two states and their property markets right now  Business Insider Australia

The Australian economy finds itself in a sticky situation at present, the latest jobs figures show.


Remote Australians are discovering they are richer by hundreds of thousands of dollars than they realised - ABC News
Remote Australians are discovering they are richer by hundreds of thousands of dollars than they realised  ABC News

There has been laughter and hugs as people in outback Australia discover millions of dollars in superannuation they did not know they had.


Women's Ashes: Ashleigh Gardner's debut a pivotal moment in difficult history of Indigenous cricketers - ABC News
Women's Ashes: Ashleigh Gardner's debut a pivotal moment in difficult history of Indigenous cricketers  ABC News

Through no fault of her own, Ashleigh Gardner's Test debut has been solid but unspectacular. But still, Geoff Lemon writes, her inclusion brings us closer to a ...


Criminal networks importing 'staggering' amounts of ice into Australia: UN - Sydney Morning Herald
Criminal networks importing 'staggering' amounts of ice into Australia: UN  Sydney Morning Herald

Criminal networks in south-east Asia are trafficking vast quantities of methamphetamine into nations such as Australia, New Zealand, Japan and South Korea, ...


Western Sydney stabbing: woman allegedly murdered mother in 'horrific attack' - The Guardian
Western Sydney stabbing: woman allegedly murdered mother in 'horrific attack'  The Guardian

A woman will be assessed in hospital after she allegedly decapitated her mother with several knives in front of the 57-year-old's grandson in their western ...


Even with Australia tuned out, Dolphins can put the world on notice - Sydney Morning Herald
Even with Australia tuned out, Dolphins can put the world on notice  Sydney Morning Herald

It's a travesty the majority of the Australian public won't be able to see the World Championships from Korea, because the talented squad looks ready to rise.


Adam Goodes 'cut down' by racist booing because he was powerful, says commentator Charlie King - ABC News
Adam Goodes 'cut down' by racist booing because he was powerful, says commentator Charlie King  ABC News

Retired Sydney Swans footballer Adam Goodes was a lightning rod for racist booing which marred the end of his sporting career because he was powerful and ...


Concern arrested Chinese-Australian writer is held at detention centre - 9News
Concern arrested Chinese-Australian writer is held at detention centre  9News

Australia is seeking confirmation from China that Chinese-Australian writer and former diplomat Yang Hengjun has been moved to a detention centre in Beijing.


Indian family's dream crushed after truck driver's split-second loss of concentration - ABC News
Indian family's dream crushed after truck driver's split-second loss of concentration  ABC News

The widow of a keen Indian cyclist killed on an Australian highway said her husband had been happy to settle here because he felt more confident about road ...


Australia’s 4G network is faster than 5G: study - The New Daily
Australia’s 4G network is faster than 5G: study  The New Daily

Australia is the only country with a 4G network that is faster than the 5G network, as shown in a new report.


England Lions schedule summer tour of Australia - cricket.com.au
England Lions schedule summer tour of Australia  cricket.com.au

More cricket has been added to the Australian summer, with the England Lions planning a two-match tour in the New Year.


Netball World Cup 2019: Australia defeat South Africa, New Zealand defeat England - NEWS.com.au
Netball World Cup 2019: Australia defeat South Africa, New Zealand defeat England  NEWS.com.au

Australia coach Lisa Alexander has denied she disrespected South Africa by making wholesale changes to the side that edged their way into the Netball World ...


Peter Dutton dismisses Jacinda Ardern's demands for Australia to stop deporting New Zealanders - ABC News
Peter Dutton dismisses Jacinda Ardern's demands for Australia to stop deporting New Zealanders  ABC News

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says Australia will not be changing its policy on deporting New Zealand-born criminals, despite repeated criticism from ...


Why isn't Australia in deep space? - The Conversation AU
Why isn't Australia in deep space?  The Conversation AU

Australia played a vital role in beaming the Apollo 11 Moon landing to the world. But since then we've passed up the opportunity to cement our place in ...


Australia urged to move away from oil dependency or risk fuel supply crisis - The Guardian
Australia urged to move away from oil dependency or risk fuel supply crisis  The Guardian

Submission to government review calls for urgent uptake of electric vehicles, a boost to public transport and tightening of efficiency standards.


Australia beats New Zealand 50-49 at Netball World Cup in England - ABC News
Australia beats New Zealand 50-49 at Netball World Cup in England  ABC News

Only one goal separates Australia and New Zealand at full-time in their Netball World Cup clash in Liverpool, as the Diamonds win 50-49 to stay undefeated in ...


Jason Day melts down at The Open, leaving Cameron Smith as Australia's only remaining hope - ABC News
Jason Day melts down at The Open, leaving Cameron Smith as Australia's only remaining hope  ABC News

From a position of strength, it took only five holes for Jason Day to completely melt down and miss the cut altogether at the British Open — but a red hot Cameron ...


ABS statistics reveal how much money you need to be ‘rich’ in Australia - NEWS.com.au
ABS statistics reveal how much money you need to be ‘rich’ in Australia  NEWS.com.au

If you've ever wondered how the other side lives, new statistics have provided an insight into just how much money you need to be rich in Australia.


Deeming credits: Inside Australia’s $1 billion ‘retiree tax’ rort - NEWS.com.au
Deeming credits: Inside Australia’s $1 billion ‘retiree tax’ rort  NEWS.com.au

Hundreds of thousands of Aussies have been “robbed of income” for years on end — and the Federal Government's recent attempt to fix things is little more than ...


Leeds still big in Australia despite wilderness years - Sydney Morning Herald
Leeds still big in Australia despite wilderness years  Sydney Morning Herald

When Leeds striker Patrick Bamford was presented with his No.9 jersey, his knew he was following in Mark Viduka's footsteps.


China's economic growth slows to 27-year low, worrying signs for Australia - Small Caps
China's economic growth slows to 27-year low, worrying signs for Australia  Small Caps

Donald Trump says he is really happy that Chinese growth is the slowest it has been for 27 years but Australia should be worried – very worried.China's ...


Leeds boss Bielsa wants future Australia role - SBS - The World Game
Leeds boss Bielsa wants future Australia role  SBS - The World Game

Leeds United coach Marcelo Bielsa has hinted at a possible future move to coach Australia, after his side's win over Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday ...


Minister flags 'ambitious' recycling targets to kickstart waste market - The Guardian
Minister flags 'ambitious' recycling targets to kickstart waste market  The Guardian

States will be required to spend agreed portion of procurement budget on recycled materials for public projects.


Netball World Cup semi final Australia v South Africa: Result, scores, report, video highlights - Wide World of Sports
Netball World Cup semi final Australia v South Africa: Result, scores, report, video highlights  Wide World of Sports

Australia are one win away from a 12th Netball World Cup triumph after seeing off a spirited South Africa side in an enthralling semi-final in Liverpool on ...


Australia just got a new digital bank called 86 400 and its chair has a history of taking on the big end of town - Business Insider Australia
Australia just got a new digital bank called 86 400 and its chair has a history of taking on the big end of town  Business Insider Australia

When it comes to banking, Australians have had few options outside of the big four group of ANZ, NAB, Westpac and the Commonwealth Bank.


AFP adds more confusion about whether ministers consulted over raids - The Guardian
AFP adds more confusion about whether ministers consulted over raids  The Guardian

Federal police say ministers may be 'notified' before raids, but outgoing commissioner Andrew Colvin says they are not 'consulted'


'Dark satanic mills': Tony Abbott continues his crusade against wind turbines - The Guardian
'Dark satanic mills': Tony Abbott continues his crusade against wind turbines  The Guardian

Former PM doesn't want wind farms 'spoiling our landscape' and praises Angus Taylor for supporting coal-fired power.


Australia lost 20,000 public housing units in a decade, study finds - The Guardian
Australia lost 20,000 public housing units in a decade, study finds  The Guardian

Decline offset by 55470 increase in homes run by non-profit providers, but experts warn these have less lease security.


Gorman Mangkaja collection breaks new ground for Indigenous fashion design collaboration - ABC News
Gorman Mangkaja collection breaks new ground for Indigenous fashion design collaboration  ABC News

In a ground-breaking collaboration, Melbourne fashion label Gorman teams up with Indigenous artists whose work depicts places where sacred cultural ...


House price falls may be ending, but do not expect another boom - ABC News
House price falls may be ending, but do not expect another boom  ABC News

Most Australians gamble on the housing market during their lives. For many recent buyers that bet has been a losing one, but now the house has stepped in to ...


Australian-made GippsAero GA8 aircraft grounded after nine die in Sweden plane crash - ABC News
Australian-made GippsAero GA8 aircraft grounded after nine die in Sweden plane crash  ABC News

Aviation authorities have grounded an Australian-made aircraft involved in a crash in Sweden in which nine people were killed.


Australia warned 'discriminatory' migration policies contributing to modern slavery - SBS News
Australia warned 'discriminatory' migration policies contributing to modern slavery  SBS News

Australia has been warned its "restrictive and discriminatory migration policies" could be driving modern slavery in the region. A report released on Wednesday ...


Australians are eating less bread overall, but artisanal varieties are on the rise - ABC News
Australians are eating less bread overall, but artisanal varieties are on the rise  ABC News

For William Jane, the decline in Australian bread consumption has seen his business boom. In the space of two years, he's gone from baking 12 loaves a day to ...


How many times is Cricket Australia counting you? - The Age
How many times is Cricket Australia counting you?  The Age

How many times does your name appear in Cricket Australia's player database? Use this interactive to find out.


Australia's 4G speeds currently faster than its 5G, survey shows - The Age
Australia's 4G speeds currently faster than its 5G, survey shows  The Age

Australia's fledgling 5G networks face an uphill battle to outpace 4G, with a global survey of maximum real-world mobile broadband speeds finding the existing ...


Ashes 2019: How Australia’s batting ranks exploded before England Test series - Fox Sports
Ashes 2019: How Australia’s batting ranks exploded before England Test series  Fox Sports

Australia's Test squad was headlined nine months ago by those who made the cut, as national selectors scrambled to find capable batsmen.


Europe's laws versus Australia's: Why Europeans have more freedom - Traveller
Europe's laws versus Australia's: Why Europeans have more freedom  Traveller

This is civilisation. You're hanging out by the beach, sitting on a big rock wall that overlooks the sand. You're enjoying the sunshine on your face and the salt in ...


We want bigger part of space race:minister - The West Australian
We want bigger part of space race:minister  The West Australian

Australia's space agency is looking for opportunities to have a bigger slice of the space race, Federal Industry Minister Karen Andrews says.


Australian Grand Prix track at Port Wakefield for sale - The Advertiser
Australian Grand Prix track at Port Wakefield for sale  The Advertiser

It's not Monaco, the Nürburgring or even Bathurst — but this slice of South Australian dirt comes with a motorsport history that will have car enthusiasts revving ...


Jason Murphy: Most Australians have $460k less than national average wealth - NEWS.com.au
Jason Murphy: Most Australians have $460k less than national average wealth  NEWS.com.au

Did you hear that Australians are millionaires now? This fact came out just the other day. And it's true, technically, as the next graph shows.


Huawei protests 5G mobile phone network ban, saying 'Australia can trust Huawei' - ABC News
Huawei protests 5G mobile phone network ban, saying 'Australia can trust Huawei'  ABC News

One of Huawei's top global executives says the Federal Government got it wrong a year ago when it banned the Chinese telco giant from supplying equipment ...


Temporary skilled migration has not undercut Australian jobs or conditions, report finds - The Guardian
Temporary skilled migration has not undercut Australian jobs or conditions, report finds  The Guardian

Politicians' 'revolving door' response to foreign workers frustrates businesses, industry group CEDA says.


Was booing Goodes racist? By asking this question, Australia reaches a higher mark - Sydney Morning Herald
Was booing Goodes racist? By asking this question, Australia reaches a higher mark  Sydney Morning Herald

The Adam Goodes documentary The Final Quarter, screened on television on Thursday night, confronted Australia with its casual racism - and that's a good ...


Australian defence department gave contract to US business blacklisted for bribery - The Guardian
Australian defence department gave contract to US business blacklisted for bribery  The Guardian

Lock N Climb awarded $25000 contract when firm's president still serving court-imposed probation for bribery offence.


Australian defence department 'not aware' US firm given contract was blacklisted - The Guardian
Australian defence department 'not aware' US firm given contract was blacklisted  The Guardian

Department's lack of knowledge of Lock N Climb's debarment for bribery likely to raise questions about procurement processes.


Parents brought to Australia on reunion visa risk deportation over online profile changes - ABC News
Parents brought to Australia on reunion visa risk deportation over online profile changes  ABC News

Parents brought to Australia on a new reunion visa can be deported if they fail to tell the Government they changed their email addresses, user name or online ...


British reveal salmonella fears over free trade deal with Australia - Sydney Morning Herald
British reveal salmonella fears over free trade deal with Australia  Sydney Morning Herald

London: Australia could see an influx of British booze, bankers, cosmetics, cars, magazines, BBC TV shows and salmon under a post-Brexit trade deal with the ...


Indigenous recognition: what, if anything, will Australians be asked to vote on? - The Guardian
Indigenous recognition: what, if anything, will Australians be asked to vote on?  The Guardian

Ken Wyatt and the Coalition say they will put forward a model in this term of parliament – but what will it be?


Found: British author of 50-year-old message in a bottle that washed up in Australia - The Guardian
Found: British author of 50-year-old message in a bottle that washed up in Australia  The Guardian

South Australian man and his son found the bottle, which was dropped from an ocean liner by 13-year-old Paul Gilmore in 1969.


Anthony Albanese warns PM: don't play politics with drought funding - The Guardian
Anthony Albanese warns PM: don't play politics with drought funding  The Guardian

Opposition leader says Labor will support 'any level' of funding the Coalition names as long as it doesn't take funds from other portfolios.


Holden confirms Corvette for Australia - Speedcafe
Holden confirms Corvette for Australia  Speedcafe

Holden will have a rear-wheel drive V8 on its showroom floor in the near future with confirmation that it will sell the eighth-generation C8 Corvette in Australia.


Talisman Sabre 2019: Inside biggest Australia-US military games - NEWS.com.au
Talisman Sabre 2019: Inside biggest Australia-US military games  NEWS.com.au

The largest military battle since World War II has broken out just a few hundred kilometres from the Queensland coast. The Australian Defence Force has joined ...


Ashes 2019 - EXCLUSIVE: The phone call with Ricky Ponting that stopped Tim Paine retiring - Fox Sports
Ashes 2019 - EXCLUSIVE: The phone call with Ricky Ponting that stopped Tim Paine retiring  Fox Sports

Tim Paine would likely be in England at the moment no matter what.


More Australian councils declare a climate emergency - SBS News
More Australian councils declare a climate emergency  SBS News

Millions of Australians are living in areas facing a "climate emergency" as a rising number of councils advocate action.


Corella flocks descend on coastal areas as wildlife experts search for answers - ABC News
Corella flocks descend on coastal areas as wildlife experts search for answers  ABC News

Corellas were once an inland bird but are now living in coastal areas in huge numbers which is causing human-wildlife conflict. What has driven their sea ...


Morning mail: Ebola epidemic, Australia's fuel crisis, Trump-Epstein video - The Guardian
Morning mail: Ebola epidemic, Australia's fuel crisis, Trump-Epstein video  The Guardian

Thursday: WHO has declared the DRC Ebola epidemic a public health emergency of international concern. Plus: Caleb Ewan's maiden Tour de France win.


Brave or naive? Conservative Wagga surprises with climate emergency declaration - The Guardian
Brave or naive? Conservative Wagga surprises with climate emergency declaration  The Guardian

Fifteen years ago, no one would have thought the city would embrace Mardi Gras and same-sex marriage. Now, the climate debate is amping up.


Wade faces huge last hurdle for Ashes recall – his fellow Aussies - Sydney Morning Herald
Wade faces huge last hurdle for Ashes recall – his fellow Aussies  Sydney Morning Herald

Australia v Australia A, Ashes cricket, ashes squad news, australia test squad news, matthew wade ashes, mitchell marsh ashes.


Australian Survivor 2019: Host Jonathan LaPaglia’s insane filming schedule - NEWS.com.au
Australian Survivor 2019: Host Jonathan LaPaglia’s insane filming schedule  NEWS.com.au

If you thought just the Survivor contestants had it tough also spare a thought for how Jonathan LaPaglia fares on the gruelling reality TV shoot.


Essential poll: majority of Australians want Indigenous recognition and voice to parliament - The Guardian
Essential poll: majority of Australians want Indigenous recognition and voice to parliament  The Guardian

Australian voters are positive about recognising Indigenous Australians in the constitution and establishing a voice to parliament, according to polling by ...


Minister raises alarm about ISIS fighters slipping back into Australia - The New Daily
Minister raises alarm about ISIS fighters slipping back into Australia  The New Daily

Reports that many foreign fighters have returned to Australia emphasises the need for parliament to pass legislation to prevent such dual-citizens Federal ...


Australian senator 'being deported' from Manus Island after visiting asylum seekers - SBS News
Australian senator 'being deported' from Manus Island after visiting asylum seekers  SBS News

Greens Senator Nick McKim says he will leave Papua New Guinea on Friday after being threatened with deportation when trying to visit the asylum seeker ...


Private health insurance makes Australia's system unfair and muddled, report says - The Guardian
Private health insurance makes Australia's system unfair and muddled, report says  The Guardian

An 'unhappy mix' of public and private healthcare has led to a system 'riddled with inconsistencies', according to a Grattan report. Guardian staff and agencies.


Message in a bottle author, Paul Gilmore, found 50 years after his letter was thrown overboard - ABC News
Message in a bottle author, Paul Gilmore, found 50 years after his letter was thrown overboard  ABC News

Fifty years after 13-year-old Paul Gilmore threw a message in a bottle into the Indian Ocean, he's finally had a reply. But he doesn't know it yet, because he's still ...


Falun Gong members in Australia share stories of torture, 20 years after China ban - SBS News
Falun Gong members in Australia share stories of torture, 20 years after China ban  SBS News

While China's treatment of the ethnic Uighur minority has gained global attention in recent months, another Chinese movement says it has also long-suffered, ...


Indigenous artist from NT wins Australia's richest landscape prize worth $100,000 - ABC News
Indigenous artist from NT wins Australia's richest landscape prize worth $100,000  ABC News

Carbiene McDonald Tjangala takes his first ever flight to get from the NT to Tasmania to collect Australia's richest landscape prize for his painting representing ...


Ardern vows new action on social media giants after Australian visit - Sydney Morning Herald
Ardern vows new action on social media giants after Australian visit  Sydney Morning Herald

Social media giants will face new pressure to remove live videos of terrorist violence as New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern seeks Australian support at ...


Fourth huge solar and battery project approved for South Australia - RenewEconomy
Fourth huge solar and battery project approved for South Australia  RenewEconomy

Yet another large-scale solar and storage project has been given the green light for development in South Australia, with the state government granting approval ...


Morning mail: Reef needs urgent action, Ardern meets Morrison, Diamonds triumph - The Guardian
Morning mail: Reef needs urgent action, Ardern meets Morrison, Diamonds triumph  The Guardian

Friday: Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority says only the 'strongest and fastest' action on climate change will save the reef. Plus: US destroys Iranian drone.


Apollo 11 astronauts' trip to Australia highlighted in newly unearthed colour news reel - ABC News
Apollo 11 astronauts' trip to Australia highlighted in newly unearthed colour news reel  ABC News

Film archivists were stunned to find an unusual news reel showing Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins in Sydney during the Australian leg of their ...


Australia on the brink but bigger things on horizon in one-off Test - Sydney Morning Herald
Australia on the brink but bigger things on horizon in one-off Test  Sydney Morning Herald

Australia can clinch the Women's Ashes with a draw in the one-off Test but the rare four-day fixture may also prove important as a showcase.


Kooyong: Demolition taking Australia’s spiritual home of tennis back to basics - The New Daily
Kooyong: Demolition taking Australia’s spiritual home of tennis back to basics  The New Daily

The former home of Australian tennis – Kooyong in inner Melbourne – is being taken back to its original form, with demolition work now well under way. The The ...


Chevrolet Corvette confirmed for Australia - CarAdvice
Chevrolet Corvette confirmed for Australia  CarAdvice

Holden has been delivered a massive windfall at a critical time in its sales recovery plan, with confirmation today it will sell the iconic Chevrolet Corvette sports ...


Many young Australians feel let down by Labor's defeat, but there is a way forward - The Guardian
Many young Australians feel let down by Labor's defeat, but there is a way forward  The Guardian

Investing in bold ideas can mobilise a generation around progressive politics and offer real hope for the future.