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Theresa May has named her date with destiny, promising a vote on her friendless Brexit deal beginning January 14.
This year a total of 14,686 students achieved standout study scores in more than 100 VCE subjects. These are the schools that excelled in English, Maths and other elective subjects.
Today we are celebrating more than 14,600 students who achieved a study score above 40. This student achieved six.
The live export industry failed to heed warnings issued five years ago that the industry faced extinction unless it improved animal welfare.
Two men involved in a Turkish lobbying campaign have been charged in a case related to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
The US airstrikes in a coastal Somali town were pre-emptive strikes to prevent a major extremist attack, according to an intelligence officer.
In a not-so-rare interview, a "heartbroken" Thomas Markle has a message for his daughter, her husband and, well, the Queen too.
Find out how many 40+ scores your school attained and in which subjects.
Given the backdrop of tumbling markets and skittish investors, this week’s Fed meeting is probably as important in terms of its influence on financial markets as any since May 2013.
Goryon-San brings the neon-lit back-alley madness of Tokyo to the streets of Surry Hills.
The state’s coffers have suffered a $750 million hit after the federal government downgraded the amount of GST it expects to collect over the next four years.
A child porn extortionist has been jailed after he coerced teenage girls into sending him explicit images and videos.
Everything you need to back a winner at Armidale today.
Trivia buffs: test your knowledge with today's interactive superquiz and target.
The finest photos from the international wire agencies as chosen by our picture editors.
Staff react with anger to the University of Wollongong's deal with the Ramsay Centre, saying they were blindsided and left disappointed.
Next year, you can trade showbags and meat pies for a cool can of Bentspoke beer and a spot in the shade listening to live music.
Telstra head of enterprise Michael Ebeid is planning a significant expansion in China to help local businesses grow internationally.
From 'Calamity Jane' to 'Switzerland', there was a rich array of theatre on offer this year.
The temporary boss of Canberra Health Services Bernadette McDonald has been given the job permanently, saying she wants to bring the organisation together.
The owners of the Theatre Royal don't need government support but they may be offered it anyway.
What, for years, was a monthly meeting fuelled by good friends, good wine and good gossip with a little book business thrown in, is no longer.
Here's a five-course serve of delicious ideas for things to do in Canberra this week.
“Big Bucks” Burke leaves behind a carcass of a company with a share price cratered from $7.50 three years ago to barely $2.53 today.
Billions more dollars are flowing to the Morrison government just in time for the election.
Wollongong University's embrace of a new Western civilisation course will increase its influence.
Free daily horoscope for each star sign from renowned Astrologer Kelli Fox. Forecasts for the week ahead in life, love and career.
According to the draft legislation, injured parties can only apply for an external review after their claim has been internally reviewed by the insurer.
Who said it was impossible to get something to eat in Canberra after hours?
The Wests Tigers are bracing for a heavy reprimand over an alleged breach involving a lucrative ambassador role for favourite son Robbie Farah.
The natural amenity that so many Angelenos of old celebrated has been covered over with new development. Canberra risks making the same mistake.
An independent panel set up to audit the work of Canberra's private building certifiers every year is still not operating, two years after ACT Labor and the Greens promised it after the 2016 election.
Xanana Gusmao's plans for exploiting the Greater Sunrise petroleum field carry significant risks for this nation and Australia.
Local and touring professional productions of plays stood out in a busy and impressive year.
Why not have a first Australian as the first Australian?
Discover the Carlton pizza party you never knew you needed.
It is still far too early to declare victory and embark on a massive pre-election vote-buying spending binge.
'I started with absolutely nothing, I've been busy and I'm still active.'
The government wants to build six permanent and two temporary micro-parks in commercial and higher density areas.
Satisfy your hunger with savoury foods but nourish your soul with dessert - a culinary concept from Persian, Arab and Ottoman empires.
A Shorten government would compel the Fair Work Commission to consider gender equity in pay reviews.
In the final instalment of The Future Fix, Dana McCauley examines Australia’s snowballing obesity crisis. Despite health experts offering solutions, politicians have failed to act, leaving us in the grip of a silent epidemic.
The Deputy PM claimed he had only known of the matter for “a couple of weeks” but the scandal went to authorities almost six weeks ago.
Why put your hand up if you perceive the process is stacked against you?
Melbourne United's leaders demanded their lock down on defence and their team responded in resounding fashion to beat NBL leaders Perth Wildcats at Melbourne Arena on Monday night.
The past vintages are reason enough to make the drive – the owners hold back a limited number of cases that are only sold at the restaurant.
Our talented artists, illustrators and cartoonists give us their very own humorous version of the news of the day.
Hundreds of people have been convicted of escaping custody in recent years in Queensland.
A major south-east Queensland council has proposed changes to where and when election signs can be displayed, which follows a long-running stoush with the LNP.