Features

  1. Analysts warn of ideological echo chambers in 'lone wolf' terrorist attacks

  2. 'Racist skinhead gangs': NZ Muslims say they 'knew there was a problem'

  3. The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

  4. This contraceptive was supposed to empower women, so why don't we use it?

  5. Opinion: I worked at Sky News 'after dark', but here's why I finally quit after the Christchurch attack

  6. Meet the Aussie surfing star wearing his heritage on his sleeve — literally

  7. Here's where people went online when Facebook and Insta crashed

  8. Standing on two broken legs and other stories of surviving Australia's cyclones

  9. Johnny Rotten, Bob Marley and the story of the Punky Reggae Party

  10. 'Who can take this guy on?': Podesta discusses what it will take to beat Donald Trump in 2020

  11. Opinion: A 'free' public school education can cost $1300 a year — and it's getting harder for parents to say no

  12. Analysis: Here are the questions to be answered in the 2019 AFL season

  13. Australia's entry to 'Olympics of art' will present a vision of democracy in action

  14. Opinion: It's common, but there can be terrible consequences if you bury a pet in the backyard

  15. Analysis: Facebook and its users helped spread trauma of Christchurch video

  16. Here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised

  17. What PM Jacinda Ardern said about the Christchurch shooter

  18. When we talk about autism, the right words grow understanding. The wrong ones can destroy it

  19. The small-town doctor taking on the billionaire family blamed for America's opioid crisis

  20. 'If I say I am Christian, maybe I'll be murdered. If I say I'm Muslim, maybe I'll be murdered'

  21. There’s more than one 'witch hunt' coming after Donald Trump

Features

  1. NSW election promise tracker

  2. Full coverage of NSW Votes 2019

  3. 'Racist skinhead gangs': NZ Muslims say they 'knew there was a problem'

  4. Here's where people went online when Facebook and Insta crashed

  5. The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

  6. Analysts warn of ideological echo chambers in 'lone wolf' terrorist attacks

  7. 'Who can take this guy on?': Podesta discusses what it will take to beat Donald Trump in 2020

  8. Meet the Aussie surfing star wearing his heritage on his sleeve — literally

  9. Standing on two broken legs and other stories of surviving Australia's cyclones

  10. Johnny Rotten, Bob Marley and the story of the Punky Reggae Party

  11. Opinion: A 'free' public school education can cost $1300 a year — and it's getting harder for parents to say no

  12. Analysis: Here are the questions to be answered in the 2019 AFL season

  13. This contraceptive was supposed to empower women, so why don't we use it?

  14. This is why Morrison's idea to 'write an algorithm to screen out hate content' online might not work

  15. Opinion: I worked at Sky News 'after dark', but here's why I finally quit after the Christchurch attack

  16. Australia's entry to 'Olympics of art' will present a vision of democracy in action

  17. Opinion: It's common, but there can be terrible consequences if you bury a pet in the backyard

  18. Analysis: Facebook and its users helped spread trauma of Christchurch video

  19. What PM Jacinda Ardern said about the Christchurch shooter

  20. 'If I say I am Christian, maybe I'll be murdered. If I say I'm Muslim, maybe I'll be murdered'

  21. Here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised

  22. Fraser Anning not the first politician egged for his views

  23. Analysis: Did the teen who egged Fraser Anning commit an act of political violence?

  24. Formerly conjoined twins happy and healthy in Himalayan home

Features

  1. Analysts warn of ideological echo chambers in 'lone wolf' terrorist attacks

  2. 'Racist skinhead gangs': NZ Muslims say they 'knew there was a problem'

  3. The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

  4. Meet the Aussie surfing star wearing his heritage on his sleeve — literally

  5. Standing on two broken legs and other stories of surviving Australia's cyclones

  6. Here's where people went online when Facebook and Insta crashed

  7. 'Who can take this guy on?': Podesta discusses what it will take to beat Donald Trump in 2020

  8. Johnny Rotten, Bob Marley and the story of the Punky Reggae Party

  9. Opinion: A 'free' public school education can cost $1300 a year — and it's getting harder for parents to say no

  10. Analysis: Here are the questions to be answered in the 2019 AFL season

  11. This is why Morrison's idea to 'write an algorithm to screen out hate content' online might not work

  12. This contraceptive was supposed to empower women, so why don't we use it?

  13. Opinion: I worked at Sky News 'after dark', but here's why I finally quit after the Christchurch attack

  14. Australia's entry to 'Olympics of art' will present a vision of democracy in action

  15. Opinion: It's common, but there can be terrible consequences if you bury a pet in the backyard

  16. Analysis: Are there signs Tasmania is ready to cut ties with the Hawks and Roos?

  17. Analysis: Facebook and its users helped spread trauma of Christchurch video

  18. Here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised

  19. What PM Jacinda Ardern said about the Christchurch shooter

  20. When we talk about autism, the right words grow understanding. The wrong ones can destroy it

  21. The small-town doctor taking on the billionaire family blamed for America's opioid crisis

Features

  1. Analysts warn of ideological echo chambers in 'lone wolf' terrorist attacks

  2. 'Racist skinhead gangs': NZ Muslims say they 'knew there was a problem'

  3. The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

  4. Meet the Aussie surfing star wearing his heritage on his sleeve — literally

  5. Standing on two broken legs and other stories of surviving Australia's cyclones

  6. Johnny Rotten, Bob Marley and the story of the Punky Reggae Party

  7. Opinion: A 'free' public school education can cost $1300 a year — and it's getting harder for parents to say no

  8. Analysis: Here are the questions to be answered in the 2019 AFL season

  9. This contraceptive was supposed to empower women, so why don't we use it?

  10. This is why Morrison's idea to 'write an algorithm to screen out hate content' online might not work

  11. Opinion: I worked at Sky News 'after dark', but here's why I finally quit after the Christchurch attack

  12. Australia's entry to 'Olympics of art' will present a vision of democracy in action

  13. Opinion: It's common, but there can be terrible consequences if you bury a pet in the backyard

  14. Analysis: Facebook and its users helped spread trauma of Christchurch video

  15. Here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised

  16. What PM Jacinda Ardern said about the Christchurch shooter

  17. Opinion: From suicide games to snorting condoms, here are six steps to help kids spot an online hoax

  18. When we talk about autism, the right words grow understanding. The wrong ones can destroy it

  19. The small-town doctor taking on the billionaire family blamed for America's opioid crisis

  20. 'If I say I am Christian, maybe I'll be murdered. If I say I'm Muslim, maybe I'll be murdered'

  21. There’s more than one 'witch hunt' coming after Donald Trump

  22. Fraser Anning not the first politician egged for his views

Features

  1. Analysts warn of ideological echo chambers in 'lone wolf' terrorist attacks

  2. 'People think it's another Stolen Generation': The challenge of fostering Indigenous children

  3. 'Racist skinhead gangs': NZ Muslims say they 'knew there was a problem'

  4. The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

  5. Meet the Aussie surfing star wearing his heritage on his sleeve — literally

  6. Here's where people went online when Facebook and Insta crashed

  7. Johnny Rotten, Bob Marley and the story of the Punky Reggae Party

  8. 'Who can take this guy on?': Podesta discusses what it will take to beat Donald Trump in 2020

  9. Opinion: A 'free' public school education can cost $1300 a year — and it's getting harder for parents to say no

  10. Street market's value to community resonates in wake of Christchurch killings

  11. Standing on two broken legs and other stories of surviving Australia's cyclones

  12. Analysis: Here are the questions to be answered in the 2019 AFL season

  13. This contraceptive was supposed to empower women, so why don't we use it?

  14. This is why Morrison's idea to 'write an algorithm to screen out hate content' online might not work

  15. AFL spreads across Europe with female players on the rise

  16. Opinion: I worked at Sky News 'after dark', but here's why I finally quit after the Christchurch attack

  17. Australia's entry to 'Olympics of art' will present a vision of democracy in action

  18. Opinion: It's common, but there can be terrible consequences if you bury a pet in the backyard

  19. Analysis: Facebook and its users helped spread trauma of Christchurch video

  20. Here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised

Features

  1. Analysts warn of ideological echo chambers in 'lone wolf' terrorist attacks

  2. 'Racist skinhead gangs': NZ Muslims say they 'knew there was a problem'

  3. The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

  4. This contraceptive was supposed to empower women, so why don't we use it?

  5. South Australia to pay millions for prisoner nicotine program

  6. Freak wave leaves retiree boogie boarder a quadriplegic

  7. 'The rest will fall into place': Podesta discusses the Mueller investigation and hacking democracies

  8. Koala makes itself at home inside air-conditioned car with curious canine passenger

  9. Analysis: Here are the questions to be answered in the 2019 AFL season

  10. Meet the Aussie surfing star wearing his heritage on his sleeve — literally

  11. Standing on two broken legs and other stories of surviving Australia's cyclones

  12. Johnny Rotten, Bob Marley and the story of the Punky Reggae Party

  13. Opinion: A 'free' public school education can cost $1300 a year — and it's getting harder for parents to say no

  14. Opinion: From suicide games to snorting condoms, here are six steps to help kids spot an online hoax

  15. Huge fish found washed up on beach believed to be a Mola mola

  16. This is why Morrison's idea to 'write an algorithm to screen out hate content' online might not work

  17. Opinion: I worked at Sky News 'after dark', but here's why I finally quit after the Christchurch attack

  18. Australia's entry to 'Olympics of art' will present a vision of democracy in action

  19. Opinion: It's common, but there can be terrible consequences if you bury a pet in the backyard

  20. Analysis: Facebook and its users helped spread trauma of Christchurch video

  21. Here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised

Features

  1. Analysts warn of ideological echo chambers in 'lone wolf' terrorist attacks

  2. The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

  3. Meet the Aussie surfing star wearing his heritage on his sleeve — literally

  4. Standing on two broken legs and other stories of surviving Australia's cyclones

  5. Johnny Rotten, Bob Marley and the story of the Punky Reggae Party

  6. 'Who can take this guy on?': Podesta discusses what it will take to beat Donald Trump in 2020

  7. Opinion: A 'free' public school education can cost $1300 a year — and it's getting harder for parents to say no

  8. Analysis: Here are the questions to be answered in the 2019 AFL season

  9. This contraceptive was supposed to empower women, so why don't we use it?

  10. This is why Morrison's idea to 'write an algorithm to screen out hate content' online might not work

  11. Opinion: I worked at Sky News 'after dark', but here's why I finally quit after the Christchurch attack

  12. Australia's entry to 'Olympics of art' will present a vision of democracy in action

  13. Opinion: It's common, but there can be terrible consequences if you bury a pet in the backyard

  14. Analysis: Facebook and its users helped spread trauma of Christchurch video

  15. Here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised

  16. What PM Jacinda Ardern said about the Christchurch shooter

  17. Opinion: From suicide games to snorting condoms, here are six steps to help kids spot an online hoax

  18. When we talk about autism, the right words grow understanding. The wrong ones can destroy it

  19. The small-town doctor taking on the billionaire family blamed for America's opioid crisis

  20. 'If I say I am Christian, maybe I'll be murdered. If I say I'm Muslim, maybe I'll be murdered'

  21. There’s more than one 'witch hunt' coming after Donald Trump

  22. Fraser Anning not the first politician egged for his views

Features

  1. Analysts warn of ideological echo chambers in 'lone wolf' terrorist attacks

  2. 'Racist skinhead gangs': NZ Muslims say they 'knew there was a problem'

  3. The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

  4. Tom's dedicated his career to music, this week he'll give up performing for a life of Zen

  5. Aboriginal bush tucker business winning hearts via the stomach

  6. Tasmanian farmers cash in as hemp hits new high

  7. This contraceptive was supposed to empower women, so why don't we use it?

  8. Opinion: I worked at Sky News 'after dark', but here's why I finally quit after the Christchurch attack

  9. Meet the Aussie surfing star wearing his heritage on his sleeve — literally

  10. Here's where people went online when Facebook and Insta crashed

  11. Standing on two broken legs and other stories of surviving Australia's cyclones

  12. Johnny Rotten, Bob Marley and the story of the Punky Reggae Party

  13. 'Who can take this guy on?': Podesta discusses what it will take to beat Donald Trump in 2020

  14. Opinion: A 'free' public school education can cost $1300 a year — and it's getting harder for parents to say no

  15. Analysis: Here are the questions to be answered in the 2019 AFL season

  16. Australia's entry to 'Olympics of art' will present a vision of democracy in action

  17. Opinion: It's common, but there can be terrible consequences if you bury a pet in the backyard

  18. Analysis: Facebook and its users helped spread trauma of Christchurch video

  19. Here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised

  20. What PM Jacinda Ardern said about the Christchurch shooter

  21. When we talk about autism, the right words grow understanding. The wrong ones can destroy it

  22. The small-town doctor taking on the billionaire family blamed for America's opioid crisis

  23. In the heart of Hobart and down a side alley, the ninjas are training

  24. 'If I say I am Christian, maybe I'll be murdered. If I say I'm Muslim, maybe I'll be murdered'

  25. There’s more than one 'witch hunt' coming after Donald Trump

Features

  1. Analysts warn of ideological echo chambers in 'lone wolf' terrorist attacks

  2. Standing on two broken legs and other stories of surviving Australia's cyclones

  3. Opinion: A 'free' public school education can cost $1300 a year — and it's getting harder for parents to say no

  4. Analysis: Here are the questions to be answered in the 2019 AFL season

  5. This contraceptive was supposed to empower women, so why don't we use it?

  6. This is why Morrison's idea to 'write an algorithm to screen out hate content' online might not work

  7. Opinion: I worked at Sky News 'after dark', but here's why I finally quit after the Christchurch attack

  8. Australia's entry to 'Olympics of art' will present a vision of democracy in action

  9. Opinion: It's common, but there can be terrible consequences if you bury a pet in the backyard

  10. Analysis: Facebook and its users helped spread trauma of Christchurch video

  11. Here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised

  12. The small-town doctor taking on the billionaire family blamed for America's opioid crisis

  13. What PM Jacinda Ardern said about the Christchurch shooter

  14. There’s more than one 'witch hunt' coming after Donald Trump

  15. Opinion: From suicide games to snorting condoms, here are six steps to help kids spot an online hoax

  16. Why did it take China 48 hours to remove the New Zealand shooting video from social media?

  17. Fraser Anning not the first politician egged for his views

  18. Analysis: Ardern hasn't put a foot wrong but across the ditch it's a different story

  19. Opinion: Behind the rainbow flags, the AFLW has a problem with trans women

  20. Analysis: Did the teen who egged Fraser Anning commit an act of political violence?

  21. Slow internet speeds no roadblock for top-flight Australian gamer

  1. Questions to be answered

    The waiting is nearly over and the wraps are about to come off AFL season 2019 — but what are the big questions to be answered this year?

  2. A 'free' public school education can cost $1,300 a year

    The start of the year is an expensive time for most parents. But when term begins, public school parents have another expensive shock waiting for them: term fees.

  3. Tasmanian AFL dream alive, again

    If you read the tea leaves, there are plenty of signs the question of a Tasmanian AFL team is a case of not "if", but "when", Chris Rowbottom writes.

  4. Six steps ways to help kids spot an online hoax

    Hoaxes that threaten your kids one day, and turn out to be fake the next, are exhausting for kids and adults. But there are tools and tricks to help you spot a hoax.

Regional News

  1. China successfully creates the 'Sherlock Holmes of police dogs' through cloning

    Kunxun, now three months old, is the first success of a program a Beijing-based biotech company hopes will make it possible to cut training times and costs for police dogs.

  2. New Zealand police release names of five victims among 50 gunned down in Christchurch mosques

    Details emerge of some of the 50 people gunned down at two New Zealand mosques, painting a picture of ordinary lives suddenly and savagely ended.

  3. 13yo boy doesn't want to be alone after burying family slain in Christchurch

    The Mustafa family fled war-torn Syria last year for a new life in New Zealand. They were not there even a year when Zaid's brother Hamza and father Khalid were shot dead in a mosque by a suspected white supremacist.

  4. They say money can't buy happiness, but in China, people are paying for flattery

    Chinese social media platforms are now hosting "praise groups" where armies of internet users are ready to shell out compliments to complete strangers in exchange for a few dollars.

  1. Why did it take China 48 hours to remove the New Zealand shooting video from social media?

    China's censorship apparatus is so efficient that sensitive social media posts are culled within minutes, but for some reason the New Zealand shooting videos were left up for nearly two days as state media slammed security in "the West". Why?

  2. What are the world's most expensive cities to live in?

    It is the first time three cities have shared the unenviable title, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) 2019 Worldwide Cost of Living Survey.

  3. 'If I say I am Christian, maybe I'll be murdered. If I say I'm Muslim, maybe I'll be murdered'

    At the height of a vicious religious conflict in remote Indonesia, Martince fled to the forest, and narrowly escaped an encounter with armed men. Now she is leading the charge against violence.

  4. Nauru refugees exposed to asbestos after shipping containers dumped just metres away

    Large quantities of asbestos have been dumped near a Nauru refugee settlement, with some residents reportedly using the deadly material to build sheds.

  1. Aged care system 'financially unsustainable' for care providers

    The aged care industry says the current funding model and more complex care needs mean rising costs are outstripping funding, even before an overhaul likely to come out of the royal commission.

  2. House price falls could spill over into small business, financial regulators warn

    New research from Australia's peak financial regulators has found around half the outstanding small business loans are secured by residential property, and that could be a problem if house prices keep falling.

  3. The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

    Critics fear that without careful consideration, the ambitious digital project — which the government calls a "game changer" — could have serious privacy implications.

  4. What are the world's most expensive cities to live in?

    It is the first time three cities have shared the unenviable title, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) 2019 Worldwide Cost of Living Survey.

  1. Tayla Harris says trolls' comments on AFLW photo were 'sexual abuse'

    AFLW star Tayla Harris says she was repulsed and uncomfortable after a photo of her posted online was bombarded with misogynistic comments and became the centre of a social media trolling storm.

  2. Crusaders consider name change in wake of Christchurch attacks

    The Crusaders are the defending Super Rugby champions and one of the most recognisable names in their sport — but now the team is discussing a possible name change in the wake of the Christchurch attacks.

  3. Former Australian swimmer dies in hospital after telling people he felt unwell at training camp

    Swimmer Kenneth To, who won medals for Australia at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and famously beat one of Ian Thorpe's underage records, dies in hospital after authorities said he began feeling unwell during a training camp in Florida.

  4. Here are the questions to be answered in the 2019 AFL season

    The waiting is nearly over and the wraps are about to come off AFL season 2019 — let's have a look at what's up for grabs, and the questions we'll find answers to.

  1. Australia's entry to 'Olympics of art' will present a vision of democracy in action

    The Australian Pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale will house an artwork inspired by the democratic ideal — even as the world grapples with divisions.

  2. Room for two? NT and SA compete for funds for national Indigenous art gallery

    As SA announces $85m in federal money has been secured for its National Gallery for Aboriginal Art and Cultures in Adelaide, the NT is concerned it has been "gazumped" and that its stalled National Indigenous Art Gallery project will lose out on federal funding.

  3. Music festival organiser says new regulations are 'an invasion of civil liberties'

    NSW music festival operators have criticised the new strict licencing scheme, saying it stifles the music industry and that festival-goers should be free to take their own risks.

  4. Aboriginal art industry says this work in Ricky Gervais's new series amounts to 'cultural theft'

    Australian Indigenous artists say a "fake" piece of Aboriginal art featured in Ricky Gervais's new Netflix series amounts to the "stealing" of their culture.

  1. Street market's value to community resonates in wake of Christchurch killings

    As Australians and Kiwis bond together this week in the face of terror and tragedy, an inner-city Perth neighbourhood reflects on the community it's created through food.

  2. With nearby towns on water restrictions this NSW council is doing its bit to save

    It's 7:00am and you reach for the toothbrush before heading to work, you turn on the tap, but do you turn it off straight away or let the water run?

  3. AFL spreads across Europe with female players on the rise

    A growing number of women and men are signing up to play Australian Rules in Europe and there are hopes a women-only league will be established in Switzerland in the next few years.

  4. 'Showcasing how harmony works': Migrant festival goes ahead in wake of Christchurch attacks

    A Bordertown event that was nearly cancelled due to the shootings at Christchurch mosques pushes ahead, celebrating its growing migrant population.

  1. Private health insurance the biggest household spending concern, as sector prepares for shake-up

    A quarterly survey by consumer group Choice finds the cost of private health insurance has overtaken electricity bills as the biggest household spending worry, as the insurance industry prepares for its biggest changes for decades.

  2. The small-town doctor taking on the billionaire family blamed for America's opioid crisis

    In the late 1990s, Art Van Zee noticed reports of addictions to a powerful new prescription painkiller, OxyContin. Now, his town's humble community medical centre has become an unlikely rallying point for legal action against the manufacturer — and it could be the biggest class action America has ever seen.

  3. After Christchurch, here's how you can be a good ally to those who feel marginalised

    Grief, sadness, helplessness — there are a lot of emotions you might be feeling in the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Christchurch. We spoke to a range of people for advice on how to be an effective ally to those who feel marginalised.

  4. 'An inequitable, ramshackle scheme': Experts say dental should be on Medicare

    Australians' oral health should be prioritised at the next federal election, say health experts, who are calling for significant reform to Australia's dental scheme.

  1. 'We were up to our crotch in crocodiles': Cyclone Trevor nightmare at sea for Gulf fisherman

    A fisherman in the Gulf of Carpentaria survives a horrific night at sea as Tropical Cyclone Trevor barrels towards the Northern Territory.

  2. Dairy farmers cheer the death — for now — of $1 milk

    After sustained pressure, Coles and Aldi are set to follow Woolworths' lead and raise the price of milk by 10 cents a litre.

  3. Royal Flying Doctor Service trains next generation pilots with drones

    The Royal Flying Doctor Service entices girls with drone workshops to find the next generation of pilots.

  4. Prawn cast net makers a dying breed, but therapeutic for those with patience

    You'll still find a cast net in most tinnies around the country's north, but it's not easy to find someone who still makes them.

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