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Jack Leach and Ben Stokes celebrate an incredible victory.

The 2019 Ashes has had too many twists to be settled halfway

Jack Leach and Ben Stokes celebrate an incredible victory.

The difference between the teams is not so great that Australia could retain the urn so soon.

  • by Malcolm Knox

'Trump's big chopper ruined my lawn', Queen told Scott Morrison

'Trump's big chopper ruined my lawn', Queen told Scott Morrison

The US President's enormous Marine One helicopter left Buckingham Palace's garden in such a state that the Queen complained to Australia's PM the next day.

  • by Nick Miller
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Pell verdict

Pell to take his case to the High Court

Pell to take his case to the High Court

George Pell will take his case to the High Court, setting the scene for a final legal battle over the senior Catholic cleric's child sex abuse convictions.

  • by Chip Le Grand

Trump accused of secretly blocking move to quell internet extremism

French President Emmanuel Macron, right, welcomes U.S President Donald Trump at the Biarritz lighthouse, southwestern France, ahead of a working dinner Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. Shadowed by the threat of global recession, a U.S. trade war with China and the possibility of one against Europe, the posturing by leaders of the G-7 rich democracies began well before they stood together for a summit photo. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

PM Scott Morrison has arrived at the G7 summit hoping to rally support for a new 'charter of internet safety', but there are reports the White House isn't keen.

  • by Nick Miller

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Stokes denies Australia in incredible finale to third Ashes Test

Stokes denies Australia in incredible finale to third Ashes Test

Australia have let the third Ashes Test slip through their fingers in the most extraordinary circumstances at Headingley.

  • by Chris Barrett
Grief, drugs and sex work: Surviving the loss of my two sisters

Grief, drugs and sex work: Surviving the loss of my two sisters

When Chloe Higgins was 17, her two younger sisters were killed in a car crash. Her new book, The Girls, details the healing process.

  • by Melanie Kembrey
The first few months of a relationship are about having fun but it's important to deal with some of the bigger issues before things get too serious.

'The more the merrier': For some, monogamy just doesn't cut it in the bedroom 

Meet three couples whose relationships have taken an unexpected turn - and it works.

  • by Cindy Lever
7-Eleven was the subject of a Herald and Age investigation into underpayment of employees.

Ripped off by 7-Eleven, worker's back pay treated 'unfairly' by tax man

Tribunal says worker ripped off by 7-Eleven who fought and won a $62,000 lump sum in back pay ended up paying more in tax than had he not been ripped off.

  • by Michael Evans
Sunny skies to give way to rain in week ahead

Sunny skies to give way to rain in week ahead

Winter is set to have a last gasp in Sydney as a sunny weekend gives way to rain, wind and cooler temperatures for the last week of August.

  • by Patrick Begley
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Speaking out: Husar says political blackmail destroyed her reputation
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Speaking out: Husar says political blackmail destroyed her reputation

Months before her stellar parliamentary career imploded in a blizzard of allegations of workplace misconduct, Labor MP Emma Husar received a series of texts from the general secretary of NSW Labor.

  • by Nick O'Malley

'The phrase that pays': ADHD children pushed to get autism  diagnosis

'The phrase that pays': ADHD children pushed to get autism  diagnosis

One in five parents of children with ADHD have been urged by their school to seek a different diagnosis.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons

Gypsy-Jewel wants to join her siblings at 'big school' but now this might not happen

Gypsy-Jewel wants to join her siblings at 'big school' but now this might not happen

Gypsy-Jewel Johnston, aged 5, has been caught by the NSW Department of Education's stricter enforcement of enrolment policies.

  • by Vivienne Pearson

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Michael Spence from the University of Sydney.

Vice-chancellors to meet education minister Tehan over China influence

Vice-chancellors from Australia's leading universities will present education minister Dan Tehan with the sector's response on foreign influence in universities.

  • by Michael Evans

Business

President Donald Trump speaks with reporters before boarding Air Force One at Morristown Municipal Airport in Morristown, N.J., Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

ASX set to slide as US-China trade tensions flare again

Australian shares look set to plunge following steep losses on Wall Street on Friday.

  • by David Scutt

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Property market bouncing back as clearance rate hits two-year high

Property market bouncing back as clearance rate hits two-year high

Agents say renewed confidence in the state of the Sydney market is spurring heated bidding at auctions – and a belief prices are on the way back up.

  • by Kate Jones
The Block: What Shaynna calls 'the most exciting twist I have ever seen'

The Block: What Shaynna calls 'the most exciting twist I have ever seen'

Are Mitch and Mark scheming villains? They’re just so damn fabulous that nobody seems to be particularly worried.

  • by Simone Mitchell
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A seething Moor Mother growls about the end of the world.

Trance, rants and dance: Supersense turns the world upside down

Disorientation, deprivation and delirium are key to the Supersense experience.

  • by Michael Dwyer
Katherine Keating in New York, 2014.

How Katherine Keating blasted into billionaire paedophile Epstein's orbit

The daughter of the former Labor prime minister has always been ambitious and moved in celebrity circles, say her friends.

  • by Andrew Hornery

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Enjoy your pod coffee guilt-free.

Finally, a perfect solution for all your used coffee pods

Enjoy your morning espresso knowing that the waste can be put to good use.

  • by Mark Gambino
Social media and teens.

Lack of sleep more harmful than social media for teens, study finds

Scientists from Imperial College London analysed data from 10,000 school children.

  • by Cat Rodie
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Ben Stokes celebrates England's stunning win.

The Ashes 2019, third Test, day four as it happened

Australia have lost the third Test by one wicket after one of the best centuries in Ashes history by Ben Stokes.

  • by Andrew Wu
Manly celebrate their narrow win against the Raiders in Canberra on Sunday.
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Eight-point try keeps Manly's top-four hopes alive

Manly winger Reuben Garrick's eight-point try will draw opinions from all corners of the rugby league world as it turned this match on its head.

  • by Sam Phillips

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