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ASIO fears extremists slipped net ASIO fears extremists slipped net 10/24/2014 07:00 AM
SECURITY agencies fear Australian jihadists may have used the ­recent Hajj pilgrimage as a cover to leave the country to fight.
Cameron tells EU where to put $2.9bn bill Cameron tells EU where to put $2.9bn bill 10/24/2014 07:52 PM
DAVID Cameron has furiously rejected a bill from Brussels, setting up a new showdown over Britain’s place in the EU.
ABC-SBS soccer war costs extra $700K ABC-SBS soccer war costs extra $700K 10/24/2014 07:00 AM
MALCOLM Turnbull has demanded the ABC and SBS explain why they went head to head for rights to soccer’s Asian Cup.
Rising star with the power to persuade Rising star with the power to persuade 10/24/2014 07:00 AM
JULIE Bishop has defied the critics and become Tony Abbott’s top performer.
Ebola doctors face 21 days in quarantine Ebola doctors face 21 days in quarantine 10/24/2014 05:21 PM
NEW Jersey and New York have ordered a 21-day quarantine of medical workers who have worked with Ebola victims in West Africa.
Labor reclaims two NSW seats Labor reclaims two NSW seats 10/25/2014 03:41 AM
LABOR has declared victory in two ICAC-triggered NSW state by-elections.
Palace thought Kerr ‘hasty with Gough’ Palace thought Kerr ‘hasty with Gough’ 10/24/2014 07:00 AM
BUCKINGHAM Palace staff thought Sir John Kerr acted prematurely in dismissing Gough Whitlam and should have waited.
Hero and villain Hero and villain 10/24/2014 07:00 AM
LABOR’S reaction to Gough’s death, albeit heartfelt, reveals a party gripped by an identity crisis.
Langton warns of remote ice crisis Langton warns of remote ice crisis 10/24/2014 07:00 AM
REMOTE  indigenous communities are in the grip of a drugs crisis, Marcia Langton has warned, as she called for radical action.
World-first surgery offers new hope World-first surgery offers new hope 10/24/2014 07:00 AM
SYDNEYSIDERS are looking forward to new lives thanks to an Australian heart transplant breakthrough.


Canberra Times


Islamic State terrorists trade on heightened fears Islamic State terrorists trade on heightened fears 10/24/2014 07:15 AM

Radicalism and Islamophobia are reinforcing each other, despite the fact the threat of terrorism is small.
Poetry professor Barry Spurr: master of parody or bigotry? Poetry professor Barry Spurr: master of parody or bigotry? 10/24/2014 07:15 AM

What's the problem with a racist joke between a professor and his mates? Are we losing our sense of humour, or are Australians too tolerant of bigotry?
All aboard luxury liners for the Melbourne Cup All aboard luxury liners for the Melbourne Cup 10/24/2014 07:15 AM

What started out as a simple solution to Melbourne's shortage of hotel rooms has turned into a boom for the city, with more than 6000 intestate guests set to descend on the city for this year's Melbourne Cup aboard cruise ships.
Medibank Private sale could unleash cutthroat competition, critics warn Medibank Private sale could unleash cutthroat competition, critics warn 10/24/2014 07:15 AM

Opponents fear the Medibank Private sale will put profits before patients.
Trouble in paradise: Greg Medcraft's white collar crime comments get people hot under the collar Trouble in paradise: Greg Medcraft's white collar crime comments get people hot under the collar 10/24/2014 07:15 AM

It was the sort of startling and "courageous" comment rarely heard from a senior public servant. 
Australia baulks at China bank sign-up Australia baulks at China bank sign-up 10/24/2014 02:40 PM
Australia has baulked on signing up to a powerful new Chinese development bank amid concerns within the Abbott government that Beijing could use it to expand its strategic influence in the region.
Art forgery case pits Louise McBride versus the art establishment Art forgery case pits Louise McBride versus the art establishment 10/24/2014 07:00 AM

A forgery case that has reached the Supreme Court reveals corruption in the art market at the highest levels.
Jackie French on the good old, faithful Iceberg rose Jackie French on the good old, faithful Iceberg rose 10/24/2014 07:00 AM

Roses are the focus of many spring gardens and Jackie French shares her enjoyment of the simple faithful Iceberg.
Your Weekend Your Weekend 10/24/2014 06:45 AM

Rock, jazz, theatre, circus and much more ... Melbourne to buzz with many and varied activities.
Canberra dance: Liz Lea takes on Ahmed Kathrada at QL2 Theatre Canberra dance: Liz Lea takes on Ahmed Kathrada at QL2 Theatre 10/24/2014 06:45 AM

Dancer Liz Lea explains her fascination with Ahmed Kathrada - the South African activist who was one of Nelson Mandela's closest confidantes - and who is the subject of her new dance piece.
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