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Turkey has accused the United States of waging an "economic war" as part of a plot to harm the country.
Victorian transport company boss enlists local football club to unwrap stale hot cross buns before sending 16 tonnes north to drought-ravaged Queensland.
Police allege they found the concealed drugs during a raid on a Gold Coast home on Tuesday night.
Here, There & Everywhere's Ciaran Davis sees a very different company as he reports a 57 per cent jump in profit for the media group.
Italy's euroskeptic Deputy Prime Minister has seized on the bridge collapse to argue against European Union budget constraints.
The ASX has recovered from early losses to trade higher as earnings-related gains from Wesfarmers and CSL offset weakness for CBA.
Greg Inglis was not named to take on Brisbane on Thursday night and most believed the Rabbitohs were taking a cautious approach with their captain.
The top-of-the-table Tigers are one of the few teams locked into a finals berth, and are undoubtedly premiership favourites. But could any other team beat them to the flag?
The Aussie dollar has slumped heavily in the past week. Blame Turkey, its economy and its stoush with the US President.
Brisbane Lions strategy coach Danny Daly had just sat through his side's five point loss to Port when he received news that would change his life forever.
NBN work crews are now steadily fanning out across the CBD to make every building "ready to connect."
Dr Quentin Van Meter, who heads an organisation labelled a hate speech group in the US, spoke despite community opposition.
Geelong superstar Patrick Dangerfield has thrown his considerable clout behind the AFL shortening the regular season and length of matches to lessen the injury toll.
Ray Chen and Julien Quentin made fine work of fine material in this Musica Viva national tour.
"I love it. Our phones are on fire. Ninety per cent of Australia have been waiting for someone to say it and believe it."
Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett concedes the constant drama surrounding his future at the club has taken its toll as they fight to stay in the top eight.
Jo Lloyd's Overture is strange but satisfying for those who are open to it.
The Philippine president said China's claim to airspace above newly built islands and surrounding waters in the disputed sea "is wrong".
Dexus boss Darren Steinberg looks beyond the rosy glow of Sydney’s booming office market to unfolding “black swan” events in Turkey.
In 1976, The Age Poll asked Australians their views on the ABC. Fairfax remembers the overwhelming public support for the ABC with these two articles from 1976.
Canterbury have been forced to dig into their coffers again, on top of the $15,000 the club was pinged for their jersey debacle.
Fairfax Media's talented team of artists, illustrators and cartoonists give us their very own humorous version of the news of the day.
Animalistic slurs come easily to Donald Trump, who called Omarosa Manigault Newman, his former staffer a dog.
Former St Kilda coach and football boss Grant Thomas has slammed the AFL club, saying they are decades from adding to their lone premiership.
There are 90 women and 82 men in the 110 events of this year's festival.
About 18 months ago I filled in a dodgy survey online, and it's dogged me ever since.
The Darkest Minds feels too derivative of recent successes in the genre, like The Hunger Games and even Harry Potter.
Aaron Cockman says he hasn't been able to look at photos of his ex-wife and children since they died at the hands of his former father-in-law.
It seems not even finals spots guarantee coaching safety in the NRL. But as the top-eight clubs fall apart, where do the Raiders and Ricky Stuart sit?
Bishops and other leaders of the Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania covered up child sexual abuse by more than 300 priests over a period of 70 years.
The popular breakfast of avocado on toast is under threat in New Zealand, with two years of low harvests inspiring a rash of thefts from orchards.
"We had been disappointing her quite considerably."
CBA has detected more instances where it charged dead clients fees for financial advice, a practice first revealed earlier this year.
Our property prices make extortionists feel embarrassed and our nightlife’s still less lively than the Tasmanian tiger. But a new global report card just reminded us how good we’ve got it.
Dana Maree Gray assaulted the vulnerable and "entirely dependent" 85-year-old woman.
Investors reacted sourly to the the insurance giant outlook as it revealed it is gearing up for the next round of hearings.
It doesn't take too much effort to envisage the direction of the whole storyline. You've seen its like before, down to the midpoint reversal of fortune.
"We've done so many tours where I've been the only girl, that it feels like the norm. It's amazing to have other sick ladies around."
The worker was rushed to hospital with "significant" chest injuries after the incident at Helensvale.
A lawyer who paid an online resume company $600 to write her a job application for Australia's spy agency has successfully sued the business.
In a recent survey asking what the most anticipated smartphone launch of the year was, 'None' came in third.
Coles has posted its best sales results in almost two years but warns that staff costs could put further pressure on its profits as it becomes a standalone company.
The latest work by Sydney Morning Herald editorial cartoonist Cathy Wilcox.
Now is not a good time for it to lose some of the sales gloss.
Ignore all he says and does. Tony Abbott is just for Abbott, hoping to return to the leadership by destroying the PM. And Turnbull should call him out on it - for the sake of the nation.
Leifer, who is wanted in Australia to face dozens of counts of child sex abuse, will face another hearing in three months' time.
The winning self-portrait was selected by popular vote from among 57 Archibald Prize finalists, of which more than half were portraits or self-portraits of artists.
"The remarks by Senator [Fraser] Anning are justly condemned and rejected by us all," Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said.
The head of Perth-based Lithium Australia has warned a cap on R&D tax incentives could "destroy" WA's attempt at building a world-leading industry.
Greg Hywood said the publisher has taken "the big decisions" amid the onslaught of online competition, positioning itself for the $4.2 billion merger with Nine.