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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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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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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Black Friday on my mind … and on my nerves

Hype. I hate it! Black Friday? Forget it. And Amazon? Leave me alone while I sulk…

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Weekly news wrap – Stuff you may have missed

Massa Turnbull, he got the power The Turnbull Government’s National Energy Guarantee scheme received a boost today when Victoria, NSW and Tasmania supported a plan to continue developing the concept with a view to refining and introducing enabling legislation by

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Germany in limbo after post-election talks fail

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s attempts to form government after the September 24 Federal Election, appear to have failed.

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Big sale for a tiny dream

Thousands of people attended Melbourne’s first Tiny Homes auction at the weekend.

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La Nina alert threatens a wet summer for East Coast

Get your tan while you can… We’re in for a wet summer if the Bureau of Meteorology’s (BOM) latest prediction of a La Nina event is correct.

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