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Australian Federal Police headquarters in Canberra.

'Breathtaking development': AFP drops investigation into 'medevac' leak

Australian Federal Police headquarters in Canberra.

The AFP's decision stands in contrast to its response to other cases where confidential documents were leaked and published.

  • by Bevan Shields

French Open: Ash Barty advances to final with a gritty win

Australia's Ashleigh Barty celebrates winning her semi-final at the French Open.

Ash Barty has clinched her first-ever appearance in a Grand Slam singles final with an epic defeat of American Amanda Anisimova.

Missing toddler's body found in cattle station dam

Missing toddler's body found in cattle station dam

The discovery came hours after Ruben Scott’s grandfather said the family was "preparing for the worst".

  • by Lydia Lynch

NAB finds 5000 more customers overcharged on their mortgages

NAB is cutting 50 business fees and will review hundreds of others.

Thousands of customers have been overcharged interest on their mortgage, taking the lender's compensation bill for the pricing failure to more than $8 million.

  • by Clancy Yeates

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Half the people on the coast don't think rising sea levels will hurt them. Not Gary

Half the people on the coast don't think rising sea levels will hurt them. Not Gary

If communities fail to understand the impact of rising sea levels they're in for trouble, researchers say.

  • by Esther Han
Agents cast doubt on Folau's $10 million payout claim

Agents cast doubt on Folau's $10 million payout claim

Israel Folau is claiming his sacking was unlawfully based on religion and wants compensation if a court rules he is right.

  • by Georgina Robinson
Teachers need more evidence-based feedback to encourage them to change classroom technique.

Ex-NSW teacher charged with sex crimes

A former teacher has been extradited from Queensland and charged with historic child sex offences.

US President Donald Trump shakes hands with Abu Dhabi’s crown prince, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, in the White House in Washington in 2017.

'We have created a Frankenstein': US fears about powerful Gulf prince

The crown prince of Abu Dhabi has long been cultivated by the US. But there are fears he is now going his own way.

  • by David Kirkpatrick
Lucky Gattellari was the key witness at Ron Medich’s murder trial.

'Better than I expected': Lucky Gattellari to be home for Christmas

The former boxer has been sentenced for his role in conspiring to extort millions of dollars from wealthy property developer Ron Medich.

  • by Kate McClymont
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Australian Federal Police headquarters in Canberra.

'AFP drops investigation into who leaked classified 'medevac' advice

The AFP's decision stands in contrast to its response to other cases where confidential documents were leaked and published.

  • by Bevan Shields

World

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The getaway you have when you're not going far from home at all

The getaway you have when you're not going far from home at all

This permanent campsite is within cooee of a capital city's CBD but feels like you're among the trees. And it was built entirely from recycled materials.

  • by Jenny Brown
Inside a shipping container home that is bigger than many apartments

Inside a shipping container home that is bigger than many apartments

Architecture studio trying to address an endemic issue stumbled across a novel concept that could actually prove to be a viable answer.

  • by Kell Andersen

Business

Cara Kuramoto says radical candour works because "it makes sense".

Getting what you want by saying what you mean: the art of radical candour

Improving the way you give feedback could help make your workplace happier and more productive.

  • by Josh Dye

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The Handmaid's Tale

The Handmaid's Tale returns with more questions than answers. Thoughts?

Commander Lawrence spoke for many of us when he asked June what the hell she was thinking in not escaping Gilead. Warning: mild spoilers.

  • by Karl Quinn
Children's author Aaron Blabey in 2016.

Netflix to adapt bestselling Aussie children's book Thelma the Unicorn

Author Aaron Blabey says the past few months had been a "lot to absorb".?

  • by Broede Carmody

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How binge-watching is hazardous to your health

It might sound glorious to TV fans, it's a bit worrisome to health experts.

  • by Jenna Birch
With eighth-generation Intel CPUs, the 2019 iMacs are significantly faster than the previous models.

Apple's 2019 iMac makes some internal improvements

New iMacs sport the latest Intel i9 processors, bringing a major performance boost over the previous generation.

  • by Peter Wells

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Australia's Ashleigh Barty celebrates winning her semi-final at the French Open.

Brave Barty overcomes first-set capitulation to charge into final

The eighth-seeded Barty will take on unseeded Czech teenager Marketa Vondrousova on Saturday.

  • by Ian McCullough
Cheryl Salisbury, Sharon Black and Traci Bartlett at the launch of the Matildas fundraiser calendar taken 20 years ago.

It's been 20 years since the 1999 Matildas posed nude. What's changed?

As the modern-day Matildas prepare for the Women's World Cup, some of the players and officials involved in the nude calendar of 1999 reflect on whether it was worth it.

  • by Charlotte Grieve

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