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The group is battling to topple the central government and impose its rule based on its own strict interpretation of Islam’s sharia law.
The week that was warranted a beer but the Raiders were content with soft drinks at their team lunch.
Brisbane are back playing good, entertaining footy and they want to capitalize on that with a big-drawing fixture.
The local sharemarket closed almost 1 per cent lower on increased uncertainty about global growth after the US threatened to escalate the tariff war.
Police have arrested a 17-year-old teenage male after a young woman was killed following a high-rise dispute.
Crime novels remain the most popular titles borrowed from Australian libraries.
A suspended Canberra vet had to be locked up after she attempted to hide illegal medication during a police raid.
For 55 years, Jimmy Watson's has been slaking Melbourne's thirst, and changing our wine culture along the way.
Alan Moir, The Sydney Morning Herald's political cartoonist, sketches the political unreality.
Melbourne have a problem, and it was exposed against Geelong on Saturday night.
Yoshe Anne Taylor was imprisoned for 23 years in Cambodia after being lured by known dating site scammer 'Precious Max'.
The Chinese Premier is trying to mollify public anger over the vaccine industry that has been plagued by corruption.
A young man has died after falling from a cliff at a popular whale-watching area in southern Sydney.
It is a frustrating blow for Kelsey Griffin given she had already been undergoing rehab following ankle surgery.
Education Department head Sharyn O'Neill will leave the department to become the Public Sector Commission at the end of the month.
Hometown America has lodged its long-awaited bidder's statement for the $700 million-tilt of affordable manufactured home group Gateway Lifestyle.
Daniel Andrews says he is 'open' to tightening short-stay rental laws in the wake of the killing of a 19-year-old woman in a tower dominated by Airbnb lettings.
The food at Au Lac is surprisingly delicious, good in its own right and not despite being vegan.
Illustrations by the artist from The Age.
A Toyota Troop Carrier that may be connected to the disappearance of Julie Buck and Richard Milgin has been traced to the chair of the Kimberley Land Council.
Stonemasons who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening lung disease are coming forward to call for regulation around dangerous workplace practices.
G20 leaders must not "scare the hell" out of people on global economy, says Treasurer
A rival coach has called on the NRL to implement the captain's challenge system and Elliott Whitehead is all for it.
A famous Chinese billionaire who became entangled in a rape trial after a guest to his Sydney penthouse dinner party was accused of sexually assaulting a model can now be named.
A proposed 17,000-seat entertainment precinct could attract more international acts to Brisbane, Building Queensland says.
West Coast defender Jeremy McGovern is likely to be an Eagle for life after re-signing with the club for five years on Monday.
Trivia buffs: test your knowledge with today's interactive superquiz and target.
A female taxi driver in Mount Isa had her nose broken when she was punched in the face by a male passenger as he stole her money and cab.
A guest at the exclusive dinner party of Chinese billionaire Liu Qiangdong has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a model he invited to the gathering.
The powerful Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust is calling for a new heavy rail station to be built at Moore Park, to complement its $730m new stadium.
The power behind the Kimberley Land Council and their connection to the case.
The best photos from the international wire agencies as chosen by our picture editors
The Australian sharemarket remains in the red after Nufarm profit warning and as consumer discretionary sector drags
Phones belonging to Borce Ristevski and his wife Karen were detected on the day she went missing, but Optus engineer has been unable to pinpoint exactly where.
The group set up by Kevin Rudd's former press secretary and part owned by News Ltd and high profile investor Mark Carnegie is in the wars again.
The two meetings, which have not been previously reported, reveal that Butina sought a wider circle of high-powered connections.
The ruck nominations rule is again under fire, this time after a controversial free kick was paid to Patrick Dangerfield
A musical response to the centenary of the end of WWI incorporates innovative ideas.
Ex-volunteer charged with multiple underage sex offences dating back to the 1970s and 1980s is, his lawyer said, in a nursing home receiving 24-hour care.
Chvrches ★★★½ Hordern Pavilion, July 22
Optic Nerve have shifted the focus from design to performance in this fresh take on the Canadian master's play.
Ben Harper might be best known for making surf-and-skate strumalongs a commercial force in the 1990s but this night proved the Californian a blues master.
Canterbury have delivered their fans some much-needed good news, confirming the re-signing of forward Rhyse Martin for one more year at the Bulldogs.
Like everyone else, I freaking love Aladdin. I wanted this Australian production to — well — to sing.
An inspired adaptation of the Lars von Trier film is delivered with some remarkable performances.
The lineout has been a strength of the Tahs game for most of the season, but they have had several throws picked off over the past two games.
The US is escalating the war of words with Iran's leaders as it prepares to impose swingeing sanctions, having withdrawn from an international nuclear deal.
Demons forward Tom McDonald has defended his teammate for having a laugh with Patrick Dangerfield after the two-point loss.
Arndt was billed as “Dorita, the tiger’s bride”.
The Australian dollar will be a good barometer of the intensity of the hostilities.