Features

  1. Is there really a rivalry between Canberra's north and south?

  2. City beneath Helsinki offers shelter from Russia's potential threat

  3. 851 burpees in 60 minutes: Tasmanian man smashes Guinness World Record

  4. The challenges of packing for six months on a remote island

  5. Tinkerbella nana — real species name or fairy story? Take the quiz

  6. 'Trump is not our president, literally': Are we obsessed with the Anglosphere?

  7. Opinion: Sport and betting don't have to go together, but kids don't know that

  8. Analysis: Australia must soon decide on which side of Trump's history it stands

  9. Analysis: Why Trump can't turn tide on rising interest rates and a stronger dollar

  10. Opinion: University sex assault guidelines a step forward but too little, too late

  11. Ex-Navy minesweeper's new mission as floating backpacker hostel

  12. Ute-load of kindness a random act giving a struggling farmer hope

  13. Gallipoli to Armistice trail tracks Anzac legend through heritage city

  14. One tonne of foil — that's a lot of scraps

  15. Melbourne Airport rail construction set to start by 2022

  16. Out of the classroom and onto the airwaves for disengaged students

  17. 'An intrinsically political act': How the word terrorism is used and misused around the world

  18. Women in the Kimberley are changing stations

  19. 'Don't ignore us': Farmers lobby for rural communities as Victorian election looms

  20. New probe into murder of black teen Emmett Till reopens southern wounds

  21. Analysis: Super performance figures challenge Government's stance on industry funds

  22. Opinion: 'Privileged, snobby': Why voters think Georgina Downer is an outsider in her father's electorate

  23. One song’s 130-year impact on Australian Indigenous musicians

Features

  1. Is there really a rivalry between Canberra's north and south?

  2. The challenges of packing for six months on a remote island

  3. Tinkerbella nana — real species name or fairy story? Take the quiz

  4. 'Trump is not our president, literally': Are we obsessed with the Anglosphere?

  5. Opinion: Sport and betting don't have to go together, but kids don't know that

  6. Analysis: Australia must soon decide on which side of Trump's history it stands

  7. Gallipoli to Armistice trail tracks Anzac legend through heritage city

  8. Analysis: Why Trump can't turn tide on rising interest rates and a stronger dollar

  9. One tonne of foil — that's a lot of scraps

  10. Women in the Kimberley are changing stations

  11. Anti-cottonwool schools where kids stare down risk and reap the rewards

  12. Opinion: University sex assault guidelines a step forward but too little, too late

  13. 'An intrinsically political act': How the word terrorism is used and misused around the world

  14. One song’s 130-year impact on Australian Indigenous musicians

  15. Analysis: Super performance figures challenge Government's stance on industry funds

  16. New probe into murder of black teen Emmett Till reopens southern wounds

  17. Opinion: 'Privileged, snobby': Why voters think Georgina Downer is an outsider in her father's electorate

  18. News quiz: Time to hit the road and test your knowledge of this week's headlines

  19. Why using period blood as plant fertiliser probably isn't a great idea

  20. Opinion: The case for introducing rhinos to Australia

  21. Chinese-Australian artists respond to race riots that ushered in White Australia Policy

Features

  1. Crocodiles, jellyfish and tropical disease: Doctors flock to the NT for a taste of the wild

  2. Is there really a rivalry between Canberra's north and south?

  3. 'Trump is not our president, literally': Are we obsessed with the Anglosphere?

  4. Ex-Navy minesweeper's new mission as floating backpacker hostel

  5. Analysis: Why Trump can't turn tide on rising interest rates and a stronger dollar

  6. Ute-load of kindness a random act giving a struggling farmer hope

  7. The challenges of packing for six months on a remote island

  8. Tinkerbella nana — real species name or fairy story? Take the quiz

  9. Opinion: Sport and betting don't have to go together, but kids don't know that

  10. Gallipoli to Armistice trail tracks Anzac legend through heritage city

  11. One tonne of foil — that's a lot of scraps

  12. Analysis: Australia must soon decide on which side of Trump's history it stands

  13. News quiz: Time to hit the road and test your knowledge of this week's headlines

  14. Women in the Kimberley are changing stations

  15. How a car drove across the sea floor of Darwin Harbour 35 years ago

  16. Shaun Tan's Cicada captures the life cycle of office drudgery

  17. Opinion: University sex assault guidelines a step forward but too little, too late

  18. Do neckties reduce blood supply to the brain?

  19. Everything you need to know about the new season of Doctor Who

  20. ‘It's a dangerous thing to not make women aware’: how parents are influenced to use formula

  21. Meet the 'chook nanny' possum with an eggs-traordinary identity crisis

  22. Who were Australia's original crocodile hunters?

  23. Lil' Kim, Lil Wayne, Lil Xan — why hip hop is obsessed with lil artists

  1. AFL's appetite for change

    The AFL has voracious appetite for change and its most heated battle this year is between those who want to change the very nature of the sport, or those who think with a few relatively minor tweaks things will sort themselves out, writes Richard Hinds.

  2. Can our super system handle another financial crisis?

    For the tribe handling the $2.6 trillion in Australian superannuation savings, the financial year just ended has been an absolute ripper. How much longer it can continue, however, is increasingly being questioned, writes Ian Verrender.

  3. Donald Trump's King Canute moment

    US President Donald Trump may be railing against higher interest rates and a surging dollar, but he should embrace it. They are following his lead on tax cuts and tariffs, writes Stephen Letts.

  4. As sports gambling booms, clubs must step in

    Remember when you could watch sport without seeing a gambling ad? The thing is, kids don't. A large majority — 75 per cent — of kids aged 8–16 years believe that betting on sport is normal.

Regional News

  1. Toddler injured in suspected acid attack

    A boy suffers severe burns on his face and arm during a suspected acid attack in England that investigators think was deliberate.

  2. Blast in Kabul kills 14

    Afghanistan's Vice-President, a former Uzbek warlord, escapes unharmed from an explosion near the airport as he returned home on Sunday.

  3. 11 killed as South Africa gunmen ambush taxi drivers

    South African police say gunmen have opened fire on a minibus carrying members of a taxi drivers' association, killing 11 people and critically wounding four others.

  1. 'I'm very scared to chew'

    Famed PNG singer George Telek has been chewing betel nut for most of his life. But after a cancer scare and surgery in Australia, he says he is too "scared to chew" now.

  2. Chinese-Australian #fakenews

    Chinese social media is the most popular news source for international students, but it is also full of fake news. Here's some of the tall tales doing the rounds.

  3. Singapore's worst cyberattack

    The personal information of about 1.5 million people, including Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, is stolen after cyber attack.

  1. Construction set for fall

    Australia's residential construction sector is likely to shift from boom to bust over the next two years, with the biggest drop in new work since the financial crisis a decade ago.

  2. 'I felt like a corporate slut'

    A former AMP planner describes the company as a "dictatorship" and says he was pressured to sell in-house products, including to a client who would have been left thousands of dollars a year worse off.

  3. Can super cope with a crisis?

    For the tribe handling the $2.6 trillion in Australian superannuation savings, the financial year just ended has been an absolute ripper. How much longer it can continue, however, is increasingly being questioned, writes Ian Verrender.

  4. Donald Trump's King Canute moment

    US President Donald Trump may be railing against higher interest rates and a surging dollar, but he should embrace it. They are following his lead on tax cuts and tariffs, writes Stephen Letts.

  1. Radical change or leave the game alone? AFL faces dilemma over rule changes

    The AFL has voracious appetite for change, but its most heated battle this year is between those who want to rule changes that would alter the very nature of the sport, or those who think with a few relatively minor tweaks things will sort themselves out, writes Richard Hinds.

  2. Molinari survives wild day to become first Italian to win British Open

    Francesco Molinari makes history at Carnoustie, holding off a string of challengers — including Tiger Woods — to win the British Open and become the first Italian to win a golfing major title.

  1. The fight to keep Tiwi Islands Aboriginal art centre alive

    A Tiwi Island couple who have kept an art workshop for artists with a disability running for 20 years say they are too old to keep the community lifeline going without further funding and support.

  2. 'It was precarious': Teen surf lifesaving competitor hailed a hero after dramatic first rescue

    A teenage surf lifesaving competitor is being praised for his role in a dramatic rescue south of Mission Beach in far north Queensland.

  3. Ute-load of kindness a random act giving a struggling farmer hope

    Struggling NSW farmer David Wicks was shocked when he received a phone call from a bloke in the city offering a well-needed contribution during the worst drought in living memory.

  1. Chronic pain findings

    It's been called the "invisible" condition, but for sufferers like Kirsty Buhlert-Smith, chronic pain has changed everything about her life.

  2. Plan to tackle obesity

    Children's height and weight would be measured every two years unless parents opt-out as part of an ambitious proposal to tackle Australia's obesity epidemic.

  3. Does pill testing work? Count the ways

    Australia's first pill testing trial, held at Canberra Groovin' The Moo this year, brought out critics who thought testing results in more drug taking and higher rates of drug-related harm, but this doesn't check out.

  1. 'I love my farmer'

    A Facebook post calling on people to share positive images of farmers gathers steam, amid the live export debate.

  2. Ute-load of kindness

    A random act of kindness from a stranger in the city that googled his name has given one struggling Upper Hunter farmer hope.

  3. Not a farmer's wife

    As agriculture grows up, it's women who are proving very good for business.

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