Dastyari dumped, again, over inappropriate China dealings

Sam Dastyari has been sacked once again by the Federal Opposition Leader, Bill Shorten, abruptly ending the troubled politician’s rehabilitation.

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Aussies looking for World Cup double in Suncorp finals

Australia’s Rugby League men and women’s teams both fight for World Cup glory at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium tomorrow.

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A bicycle built for two?

Finding someone to share your life with has never been easy, especially with more of us working longer hours than ever before.

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Climate: humankind is running out of time

Humankind is hell-bent on destroying our earth and needs to change its ways for the sake its future.

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Decline in arts ‘a concern’, says senior educator

One of the most senior voices in Australian art education has said she is concerned about a significant fall in the number of high school students taking art subjects in the UK, and says the same is happening here. Margaret

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Profile: KÖDA, a rising Melbourne music star

Getting into the music industry gets more challenging all the time  so maybe being a woman of all sounds and mistress of none is a good idea.

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I do! I do! Senate votes yes to Marriage Equality

The Same Sex Marriage Bill passed the Senate 43 – 12 without amendment today.

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Abuse rife in media industry, says Tracey Spicer

Sexual abuse in Australia’s media runs far deeper and wider than the accusations aired against former TV presenter Don Burke.

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ARIAS 2017: Who won what?

Hatch was on the red carpet as Australia’s music industry lined up ahead of Tuesday’s ARIA Awards. REPORTING: Montana Duncan – SOCIAL MEDIA: Beau Driscoll – VIDEO: Jasmine Motti

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Podcast: Reputation album review

Taylor Swift’s latest album Reputation is sparking conversation throughout the music industry and listeners alike.

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