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The difference between the teams is not so great that Australia could retain the urn so soon.
- by Malcolm Knox
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
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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Australia have let the third Ashes Test slip through their fingers in the most extraordinary circumstances at Headingley.
- by Chris Barrett
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
Meet three couples whose relationships have taken an unexpected turn - and it works.
- by Cindy Lever
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
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- by Dana McCauley
- by Caroline Botting
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
One in five parents of children with ADHD have been urged by their school to seek a different diagnosis.
- by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
Gypsy-Jewel Johnston, aged 5, has been caught by the NSW Department of Education's stricter enforcement of enrolment policies.
- by Vivienne Pearson
- by Tim Barlass and Lucy Cormack
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
- by Latika Bourke
- by Jacqueline Maley
Australian shares look set to plunge following steep losses on Wall Street on Friday.
- by David Scutt
Hong Kong police have fired a live bullet for the first time during clashes with protesters.
- by Kirsty Needham
We hail famous hands-on dads, goes to show how rare they are
Only 2 to 5 per cent of Australian men take up the government’s paid parental leave scheme. Iceland has found a better way.
Tim Fischer pranked me - and it changed my life
A lot has been made of Fisher's quirks since his death, and he was quirky. But I owe the former Nationals leader a debt of gratitude.
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
Are Mitch and Mark scheming villains? They’re just so damn fabulous that nobody seems to be particularly worried.
- by Simone Mitchell
- by Daniel Butkovich
Disorientation, deprivation and delirium are key to the Supersense experience.
- by Michael Dwyer
The daughter of the former Labor prime minister has always been ambitious and moved in celebrity circles, say her friends.
- by Andrew Hornery
Enjoy your morning espresso knowing that the waste can be put to good use.
- by Mark Gambino
Scientists from Imperial College London analysed data from 10,000 school children.
- by Cat Rodie
Australia have lost the third Test by one wicket after one of the best centuries in Ashes history by Ben Stokes.
- by Andrew Wu
Raiders 14 Sea Eagles 18
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