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Labor leader Bill Shorten has again refused to rule out a review of the Morrison government's decision to approve the project.
Hozier’s brand of hymnal, soaring soul could make a stadium feel like a stone cathedral, but the Irishman wanted the Opera House crowd to know he’s not your average chart-topper.
Blakely is ready to resume playing after full recovery from surgery to repair a badly torn hamstring he suffered at training late in January.
China's stock market is suddenly looking a lot more vulnerable after Beijing officials sent a strong economic signal.
The father and husband of two Australians killed in the Sri Lanka terror attacks has described the moment he found his daughter dead and his wife dying next to her.
An elderly man was taken to hospital and 34 other aged-care residents were moved to a safe part of their building after a fire overnight in Pakenham.
What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.
A decade ago, Facebook, Twitter and social-media firms helped spearhead pro-democracy uprisings that toppled dictators in the Middle East. That's changed.
Oil prices jumped more than 2 per cent to a near six-month high, on growing concern about tight global supplies after the United States announced a further clampdown on Iranian oil exports.
What is most surprising about Shorten’s fumbling first week is that he has had five and half years to prepare.
Our talented artists, illustrators and cartoonists give us their very own humorous version of the news of the day.
It was no surprise Clint Gutherson and Mitchell Moses hogged the headlines all week and then created a slice of history at Bankwest Stadium.
Robbie Farah and Luke Garner both passed their HIA tests but were not permitted to return to the field against the Eels.
The two Australians killed in the Sri Lankan bomb blasts have been identified as a mother and daughter.
All the fractures and fallouts of the past 30 years were pushed aside as the Parramatta family came together to celebrate the arrival of their new $360 million home.
It’s wrong to say that the fixture is weighted when really it is manufactured. The idea that some can be more equal than others is as absurd now as when Orwell first coined it.
Two senior government figures have been drawn into controversy surrounding the deal, which has thrust water management to the fore of the federal election campaign.
The cream rises to the top, so in a season already noteworthy for its evenness, Geelong’s sheer proliferation of above average AFL players is standing out.