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West Coast superstar forward Josh Kennedy's injury is not as bad as first feared but he is still set to be sidelined for a couple of weeks.
All the dramas, complete with tears, tantrums, break ups and make ups, can't keep has helped House Rules from buckling under the ratings pressure.
A national recall of faulty electrical cabling has only captured 54 per cent of the total 4313 km that was installed.
There will be fewer staff and less space to teach visual arts students when the Sydney College of the Arts is moved to the University of Sydney's main campus.
Christine's first harvest has been very successful, producing a huge amount of food in such a small space.
The Australian government says it is not subject to the jurisdiction of a Jakarta court.
Defence Minister Marise Payne announced Australia would provide the troop boost in response to requests from NATO.
Three siblings killed in a "split second" in a horrific crash between two trucks and a car in northern NSW.
The Turnbull government has rejected a radical health department hospital funding proposal.
Warnings Catholic schools will have to hike their fees by $5000 a year have been rubbished by one of the country's largest archdioceses.
Lispstick wars are gaining momentum across the country, led by the French-based cosmetic giant, Sephora
Senior tax official accused of ordering court case to be dropped as "favour" for top accounting firm.
Decisive no-vote at weather bureau show government's industrial woes have not gone away
The family of slain Lindt Cafe hostage Katrina Dawson have said a psychiatrist who played a pivotal role in the fatal siege response should never be allowed to influence police again.
ACT container deposit scheme to be introduced from early 2018.
Daughter charged with attempted murder after elderly mother found with a 20cm knife wound.
Sydney's Zak Jones and Heath Grundy have escaped suspension following Hawthorn's feisty win over Sydney at the MCG.
Fremantle superstar Nat Fyfe Fyfe now holds the unflattering record for the most clangers in a game in AFL/VFL history.
Leading sports doctor Peter Larkins has called for the AFL to consider adding a fifth man to the bench as a concussion substitute.
One thing is clear about Daniel Ricciardo's time at Red Bull - he's been willing to push his luck and take his chances. With his third podium in four years, it's also clear he has made Monaco his own.
A radical plan by former Australian cricket coach John Buchanan to overhaul the sport, including scrapping the traditional Boxing Day Test in Melbourne and the New Year's Test in Sydney, has been met with resistance.
Canberra coach Ricky Stuart has accused opposition NRL teams of "cheating" at the ruck in a deliberate tactic to beat the Raiders.
The Blues were spared but those running the game were not as Maroons captain Cameron Smith stepped up to the plate on the increasingly bitter pay dispute, saying all options were on the table if no common ground could be found.
Accused pedophile Alfred John Impicciatore is due to front court in Perth this week after a NSW magistrate ordered his extradition back to WA.
With no overseas cues to guide investor sentiment, selling in the banks and miners dragged the ASX 200 down 0.8 per cent towards 5700 points.
There aren't many public servants who build an entire outfit around a new Rimmel lipstick colour.
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has branded the Indigenous constitutional convention proposal overreach.
Nick Kyrgios is optimistic hip and shoulder complaints won't undermine his French Open assault as he braces for a stern early test on Tuesday.
As Melbourne grapples with the onslaught of a unprecedented mice plague, one man has cheesed seriously off his neighbours by applying to be build a mouse breeding facility in a quiet suburban Carnegie street.
Blues skipper sorry for failing to continue Paul Gallen's State of Origin legacy of a pre-game verbal attack against Queensland.
Evening commuters have been spared a repeat of their hellish Monday morning, as minor delays proved short-lived across the train network.
Officer Brett Forte was killed and others received minor injuries in the pursuit after the "wanted man" evaded police in a traffic stop in the Lockyer Valley.
West Coast midfielder Sam Mitchell admits his new possession record is somewhat deceiving, saying he doesn't feel on the same level as his childhood hero and fellow Brownlow medallist Robert Harvey.
Canberra's BMX queen Caroline Buchanan has her sights set on climbing to the top of the world again.
The ACT government launched a pre-emptive strike to increase the safety of Canberrans.
It was a case of sledging that bit the Canberra Raiders in the backside.
Anne Locco's mother fractured her skull, broke her neck and sustained a huge cut to her head when she fell out of a lifting device at her aged care home.
Up to 12 rail stations may be built between Sydney's inner city and Westmead.
While our parents and grandparents often held views on race that are wildly politically incorrect by today's standards, they lived in a country committed to the "fair go".
Tell me again about the terrible burden of our progressive tax system, of how the wealthy pay too much tax.
The AFL is undecided on whether it will issue a response or clarification to the rushed behind rule controversy while a league legend wants to see a different penalty for the infringement.
Retired coal miner Percy Verrall believes compensation should be on the table for workers affected by the insidious black lung disease.
It was chilling to read of the lack of affordable housing available for minimum-wage families.
Seville Grove man fined $3000 and lost his boat, motor and trailer, together valued at $6000, for blatant theft.
The chief minister, two ministerial staff and four public servants among the delegation to Singapore in April.
For decades, Gregory Davies must have been confident that he would take his secret to the grave.
Members of Perth's Muslim community have taken to the streets with a message of love and tolerance in the wake of the Manchester terror attacks.
The unresolved collective bargaining agreement negotiations have delayed a new contract for Richmond livewire Daniel Rioli.
Police are investigating a second privacy breach at a Melbourne high school after a student illegally accessed families' personal information.
Tasmania Police officers who helped a drunk man home after a night out have issued a warning for party-goers to plan their night before indulging.
There are polls and pot shots aplenty as pollies take their seats for the week.
Intermittent fasting and meal replacement shakes are at the core of the new CSIRO diet.
As AFL clubs enjoy their mid-season bye and list managers turn their attention more towards 2017, we take a daily look at one club and how it has performed so far – and what to expect from here.
Several ACT Brumbies are in contention for Wallabies duties, but will Chris Alcock be there?
Youth workers at Woden Youth Centre are trying a different approach: street art.
Lawyers say Rebel Wilson lost lucrative movie roles before allegedly damaging articles were published.
A treacherous 10 days await the Melbourne Storm and their State of Origin stars entering game one of the series in Brisbane on Wednesday night.
Motorists travelling between Melbourne's outer west and the CBD can expect to shave just eight minutes each way off their peak-hour commute by taking Transurban's $5.5 billion West Gate Tunnel, a government report shows.
The inquiry into black lung disease among Queensland coal miners has found a "catastrophic failure" of the systems meant to protect them.
Raft of Brumbies re-signings set to follow naming of new coach.
John Holland has been hit with a $280,000 fine for major safety violations after a terrifying crash between a crane and an elevated work platform.
Roberto Carlos - proably the most famous left-back in the world - is in Melbourne and tells Fairfax Media what has brought him to Australia.
South Melbourne director Bill Papastergiadis knows the cynics will dismiss the club's links with Brazil star Roberto Carlos as a public relations stunt.
Scientists have learned how golden staph changes its shape to thwart last-line antibiotics.
Footy has made a big move in its bid to land Will Sutherland.
John O'Conner has never had it easy, but sometimes it feels like he's been set up to fail.
A spate of injuries is set to accelerate Michael Cheika's Wallabies evolution as the coach prepares to unveil his squad for next month's trio of Tests.
Police are searching for a man who is on the run following a shooting and the discovery of a clandestine laboratory at a rural property in Castlemaine.
Hayne has been a superstar in Origin but Smith says his defensive reads at centre will be given the most thorough examination on Wednesday night when the series begins.
A cyclist involved in a fatal collision with a pedestrian in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda last month will not be charged, police say.
The cash-strapped Western Australian state government will ask Rio Tinto and BHP to pay an upfront multi-billion dollar fee in exchange for cancelling an ongoing levy on their iron ore production.
Conglomerate Wesfarmers will pay its new chief executive up to $4 million less than his predecessor, acknowledging "downward pressure" on CEO pay levels in the broader market.
Canberra internet users currently have no service and no indication of when it will be restored.
The Gateway Motorway is back to "normal peak-hour traffic" after a fatal motorbike and car collision closed part of the road.
Western Bulldogs captain Bob Murphy will undergo more knee surgery while he also recovers from a hamstring strain that will sideline him for a month.
Kylie Maybury's mother wept with relief after a man pleaded guilty to murdering her daughter in 1984.
The 'Queen of Cannes' walks away with a specially-created trophy.
They've been crowned the crème de la crème of Australia's highrises. And they are right here in Melbourne.
Penrith captain Matt Moylan could finally make an anticipated move to five-eighth after rushing back from State of Origin camp to train at his new position on Monday.
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The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) has lifted its moratorium on Super Rugby player contracts and promised to honour deals for those who sign with a team which is subsequently axed.
Police are still looking for the unidentified driver, who got out the car an ran away.
Shares endure a soft start the week, as selling in the banks resumes and after a sharp fall in the price of iron ore on Friday night weighs on the miners.