Australia v India series decider: Kohli cliffhanger

India’s leader considered unlikely to play India will not make a decision on whether captain Virat Kohli will play in the fourth and deciding test at Dharamsala today until shortly before the toss. Kohli had been on the sidelines of

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Are the Manly Sea Eagles really at peace?

The Manly Sea Eagles officially claim they are now at peace but Rugby League commentators and fans think otherwise. 

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Opinion: The complication of simple change

Change has become a fad for the masses who masquerade online as ‘good people’ while not actually doing anything good, writes Phil Logan.

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Time’s right for Australian NYT

After more than a decade at the New York Times, including foreign assignments and opening bureaus around the world for the prestigious paper, Damien Cave is now tasked with opening a branch in Sydney.

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Car flips in Melbourne CBD, causing commuting chaos

Police have arrested a man after a ute flipped on to its roof and brought transport chaos to central Melbourne this morning.

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Weekly news wrap – Stuff you may have missed

Five dead in London terrorism attack Five people are now confirmed dead after a terrorism attack close to the British Houses of Parliament in London. The dead include the attacker, named as Khalid Masood, 52, and an unarmed policeman who

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Podcast: What School Didn’t Teach You – Episode 2

What School Didn’t Teach You is a fortnightly podcast aimed at 15-25 year-olds struggling to master vital life skills as they begin to lead independent lives. Aiming to fill the education gaps that Australian high schools seem to miss, each

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Lights out on climate change

Ten years ago, a group of Australians decided to bring light to climate change – by plunging Sydney into darkness for Earth Hour.

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Could this hidden iPhone feature save lives?

Three years on from the installation of a potentially live-saving feature on almost every iPhone, many users are still unaware of all its functions.

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Kinky Boots sashays towards Sydney

Australia has fallen head over heels for the heart-warming musical Kinky Boots, which is heading to Sydney after a successful season at Melbourne’s Her Majesty’s Theatre.

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