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The obscene rant by Donald Trump's new communications head to a reporter confirms the President himself is an agent of chaos.
Brisbane CIty Council has terminated a $122 million IT contract that had been plagued with cost blow outs and lengthy delays.
If you are up for flirting with a dark lipstick here are eight of our all-time favourites.
To play 200 games in first grade rugby league is a massive achievement.
The mother of a Bunker Bay shark victim Kyle Burden has told a senate inquiry in Perth the former Barnett government failed to implement better strategies following her son's death, claiming there are still no warning signs at the beach where he was killed.
Shares tumble to one of their worst days of the year amid broad selling ahead of next week's start of earnings season, sending the ASX lower over the week.
The stage adaptation of Christos Tsiolkas' short story collection breaks new theatrical ground.
As the nominations for WA Police Excellence awards begin to roll in, a previous winner has called for regional communities to get behind their local cops and nominate them for their tireless work in some of the most remote corners of WA.
Germany ordered Volkswagen's Porsche marque to pull thousands of Cayenne sport-utility vehicles off the road.
The Brumbies made the finals, but their Super Rugby exit will trigger massive changes at the club.
Finish your redesigned living space with a few touches of elegance and humour.
Recently unearthed footage of the 1909 grand final between South Melbourne and Carlton reveals players in a mish-mash of guernseys and using a form of handball like a cut-down tennis serve that would have umpires in paroxysms today.
Senate Republicans suffered a dramatic failure early Friday in their bid to advance a scaled-back plan to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, throwing into question whether they can actually repeal the 2010 health law.
Shares in Webjet have taken a hit after the online travel agency flagged an accounting dispute that could hurt its full-year earnings.
The backdown on local council mergers is a humiliating defeat for Premier Gladys Berejiklian and local government minister Gabrielle Upton, their predecessors Mike Baird and Paul Toole, and the NSW government as a whole.
Queensland legend Petero Civoniceva encourages Dave Taylor to "play the best six games of footy".
Whether you are talking about stopping the Golden State Warriors or inspiring the next generation, Patty Mills hasn't got all the answers but it won't stop him looking for them.
Gene Gibson will seek compensation from the WA government for being wrongly imprisoned over the manslaughter of 21-year-old Josh Warneke.
Tameka Butt's second-half strike has given the Matildas a first-ever victory over women's football powerhouse the United States.
Canberra Olympic eye the Capital Football treble after bowing out of the FFA Cup.
100-goal hero Alex Oloreigebe has called for more financial support for Canberra football.
The state government will prohibit the supply of the potentially flammable building cladding that led to London's deadly Grenfell Tower inferno, in what it styles as Australia's toughest fire safety reforms.
The ACT's work safety watchdog has demanded documents and a risk assessment plan after an asbestos scare.
As Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos jockey for the designation of world's wealthiest man, the two billionaires are united behind at least one local venture - an Uber for trucking.
Attorney-General George Brandis has warned of Islamic State's desire to establish a "regional caliphate" and said fighting in the Philippines was of "great concern".
There are concerns Liberal Julia Banks may be the latest MP to be ineligible to sit in Parliament.
Brisbane bus drivers will walk off the job from 2pm till 6pm.
Man pretended to pick up Weet-Bix off floor while using phone to take photos up a teen's dress.
After a torrid week of relentless blood-letting at West Coast headquarters the 2014 Brownlow medallist will quit despite having a contract for next season.
The woman entered the store at around 10.53am, and was allegedly armed with a knife.
Queensland schoolgirl, 17-year-old Riley Day, has been added to Australia's team for the world championships in London next week only months after jumping to prominence racing Usain Bolt in Melbourne for Nitro.
No gluten, no dairy, no alcohol, no sugar … "No fun?" many people added when I explained my eating regime.
"I remember sitting in the marshalling room in Rio and trying to be really present and focusing on the moment and what I have to execute in my race to swim well."
Apparently, younger generations prefer drinking wine and spirits to beer.
WA's consumer watchdog is looking into allegations that a Sydney events company advertised speakers for a conference in Perth without those people agreeing to appear or even knowing of the event.
Your pharmacist will soon be keeping real-time tabs on your consumption of Panadeine and Nurofen Plus.
A Swan Valley brewing stalwart has dominated the prestigious 2017 Perth Royal Beer Awards, winning a plethora of top trophies.
If you are charged with murdering your business partner, what happens to the business?
You can tell from a glance on the street that this warehouse conversion has a unique character.
Common is on a mission to provide flexible, community-minded homes in big cites like New York.
The inner-city Sydney suburb has seen head-spinning changes over the past few decades.
How does one Aussie surfer go from a passion project in the backyard to a globe-spanning business?
It's amazing what a lick of paint can do.
With banks increasing rates for interest-only loans, it's a good idea to switch to paying principal and interest.
Ahmet Sik, a Turkish journalist, appeared in an Istanbul court Wednesday with a fleeting opportunity to publicly rebut his powerful accusers - instead he attacked them.
Our religious education system is imperfect but if we abolish it, what will fill the void?
Russellisms such as "bee-lining the ball" ("He's bee-lined it!") and the mystery-drenched manoeuvre known as the "shake'n'bake" are spreading in the manner of a virus, not just to Fox Footy colleagues such as Dermott Brereton, but all around the grounds and even unto the booths of Channel Seven.
A man has attempted to set himself on fire inside the Sydney offices of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
Title Deeds: A trifecta of high-end homes in Woollahra lead an early start.
As councils attempt to wind down verge-side collections, a Perth developer has made it easier than ever to find where the local bulk rubbish pick-ups are happening in your neighbourhood,
Snippets of interests from around Canberra
Embracing pink in daughter Billie's nursery renovation.
Lawyers say two women accused of the brazen assassination of the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un in Kuala Lumpur will plead not guilty.
Instant attraction can be a powerful force when looking for a home to buy, but be careful not to let it sweep you away.
The big announcement of the country's best-known portrait prize.
The Canberra greyhound industry will instead fight the racing ban in court.
Sunday penalty rates for hairdressers would be reduced from double time to time-and-a-half under an Australian Industry Group application for a change to the award.
There are now some 2600 emojis worldwide - but where do they come from?
Ultimate minimalist inspo.
"My partner thinks I'm nuts but I'm pretty sure I've won the Lotto."
It's been a season where there were predictions Carlton could even slip from their 14th placing of 2016, for it was felt the need to blood more emerging talent could see a step back with a view to the long term.
Keeping everything that made the original game great while expanding on modes, fashion, weapons and features, Splatoon 2 is a powerfully addictive family-friendly shooter.
A Victorian Labor MP has been denied entry to the US while travelling on official parliamentary business.
It was Channel Nine's $15 million gamble that proved to be its greatest masterstroke as audiences switched on in droves to its Ninja Warrior series, much to the dismay of the network's rivals who have hit their own "warped wall".
The birds learned to sing from each other, reduced populations mean their song may be lost.
Victorian man, 24, pleaded guilty to the stabbing murder of woman and a knife attack on man.
Gary Moore plans to take a stranglehold on the Winter Challenge in the early stages and never relinquish it with the free-striding Classic Uniform, which is eyeing a second stakes win at Rosehill.
For the first time, Riharna's parents talk about their precious daughter and her gift of life.