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Baird win ‘policy over populism’ Baird win ‘policy over populism’ 03/28/2015 05:12 PM
Scott Morrison has dismissed the role of federal issues in the Liberal Pary’s election victory in NSW.
Baird: voters chose hope over fear Baird: voters chose hope over fear 03/28/2015 04:33 PM
The Baird government has retained power in NSW, despite a shift away from the Coalition in regional areas.
Australia to sign up to China Bank Australia to sign up to China Bank 03/28/2015 03:47 PM
Australia has recognised the pressing need for infrastructure investment in the Asia-Pacific, Tony Abbott says.
September 11 attacks ‘not unjust’ September 11 attacks ‘not unjust’ 03/27/2015 09:02 PM
The September 11 terror attacks were not the act of Muslims, the “guest of honour” at a Melbourne Islamic talk says.
The six steps to better teachers The six steps to better teachers 03/27/2015 07:00 AM
Schools must become more discerning about who they put on the payroll.
Lubitz vowed to ‘change system’ Lubitz vowed to ‘change system’ 03/28/2015 01:11 AM
Mass murderer Andreas Lubitz would have deliberately calculated slamming an aircraft into the ground, his ex-girlfriend claims.
I felt sorry for Abbott: Windsor I felt sorry for Abbott: Windsor 03/27/2015 07:00 AM
The 2010 election made three independent MPs unlikely kingmakers. Tony Windsor explains why he chose Gillard.
Tangle led to skydive tragedy Tangle led to skydive tragedy 03/28/2015 06:53 AM
A skydiving accident involving tangled parachutes has left a woman and her instructor dead.
Home, James Home, James 03/27/2015 07:09 AM
Clive James contemplates the legacy he leaves, the void that awaits – and his final wish.
Liberal brand ‘weakened’ Liberal brand ‘weakened’ 03/28/2015 12:11 AM
The Abbott government’s unpopular 2014 budget helped in the Victorian Coalition’s electoral defeat, says a Liberal elder.


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Henry Kissinger paid $5m to steer Rio Tinto through Stern Hu debacle and consolidate China links Henry Kissinger paid $5m to steer Rio Tinto through Stern Hu debacle and consolidate China links 03/28/2015 08:55 AM

American statesman Henry Kissinger pocketed close to US$5 million for guiding mining giant Rio Tinto to wash its hands of its jailed China chief, Australian citizen Stern Hu, and build relations with Bejing. 
Comics Lawrence Mooney, Tom Ballard, Hannah Gadsby explore mental health struggles at Melbourne International Comedy Festival Comics Lawrence Mooney, Tom Ballard, Hannah Gadsby explore mental health struggles at Melbourne International Comedy Festival 03/28/2015 07:15 AM

Embrace the darkness. This is the key to good comedy.
Nomanslanding - new ANZAC art installation commemorates WWI centenary Nomanslanding - new ANZAC art installation commemorates WWI centenary 03/28/2015 07:15 AM

Two domes on extending arms slowly stretch from opposing sides and finally join together as one.
One woman a week dies at the hands of her partner or ex-partner. New ways of tackling domestic homicide One woman a week dies at the hands of her partner or ex-partner. New ways of tackling domestic homicide 03/28/2015 07:15 AM

Victorians wanting to stop perpetrators from committing domestic assaults are considering how to rein in violent men.
Union call to expel minister-turned-lobbyist Martin Ferguson from Labor Union call to expel minister-turned-lobbyist Martin Ferguson from Labor 03/28/2015 07:15 AM

Victoria's union chiefs have unanimously called on Labor to expel Rudd-Gillard frontbencher Martin Ferguson from the party as anger rises over recent comments savaging the ALP and the trade union movement.
Relief for Abbott but still a sting in Baird win Relief for Abbott but still a sting in Baird win 03/28/2015 04:55 AM

The embattled Abbott government is breathing a collective sigh of relief after voters in New South Wales bucked the trend of ditching first-term governments, opting to stay with the popular Liberal Premier, Mike Baird.
Melbourne woman killed, man critical after Byron Bay skydiving accident Melbourne woman killed, man critical after Byron Bay skydiving accident 03/28/2015 12:38 AM

A Melbourne woman has died and a man remains in a critical condition following a skydiving accident near Byron Bay in NSW.
Tony Gordon prepares the Melbourne Cricket Ground for pinnacle of the ICC World Cup Tony Gordon prepares the Melbourne Cricket Ground for pinnacle of the ICC World Cup 03/27/2015 07:15 AM

While everyone else's hopes and dreams rise and fall with the action at the MCG, the head groundsman sees only the turf.
Changing culture: When good cops tackle bad cops Changing culture: When good cops tackle bad cops 03/27/2015 07:15 AM

Sexual predators in the Victoria Police have used their rank and a code of silence to protect themselves from exposure and punishment.
Gone with a text. The demise and possible rise of unions Gone with a text. The demise and possible rise of unions 03/27/2015 07:15 AM

Some days Sam Prouting would only know he had work when a text message flashed on his phone after 6am, just 15 minutes before his shift was due to start
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