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Fifty people believed to have been in a Nairobi hotel complex when it was attacked by militants remained unaccounted for on Wednesday, the Kenya Red Cross said, hours after the country's president said the deadly siege was over.
The fresh likeable face of Australian tennis Alex De Minaur has advanced to the third round of the Australian Open and onto a match against Rafael Nadal.
Nick Kyrgios had a shot at Lleyton Hewitt, pointing out him watching Alex de Minaur play his match while John Millman and Matt Ebden played on other courts.
"My grandparents weren’t even allowed to vote," says the Triple J newsreader turned Today entertainment reporter. "A couple of generations later, here I am.”
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By this stage the Australian Open will have had meltdowns, including a few not by Nick Kyrgios.
"Everywhere's a dance floor" to the Dollar Bin Darlings, who are invigorating the Sydney Festival garden with a line-up of disco classics every weekend.
Former RBA governor Bernie Fraser says there is "logic" to a proposal for an official shortlist of top super funds, but it should include more than 10 funds.
Officeworks will undergo a strategic rethink under its new general manager, who wants to snare a bigger share of customers' spending by expanding its traditional product range.
Smaller operators say there should be more support to help them uncover and train talent.
Everything you need to know to find a winner on Gosford Cup/Takeover Target Stakes day.
Trivia buffs: test your knowledge with today's interactive superquiz and target.
The best images from around the world, chosen by photo editors of The Age.
Our super nest eggs amount to $110,000 for every living Australian. That's the good news. Bad news follows.
Britian needs a decision on substance.
Free daily horoscope for each star sign from renowned Astrologer Kelli Fox. Forecasts for the week ahead in life, love and career.
Leaked documents reveal the state's transport agency has identified 'industrial relations' as a key issue in a project to replace NSW's regional train fleet.
Mick Gentleman would like to see more arrests and convictions for car fires, which are continuing around the city.
"I saw a business that just needed a little cuddle."
Truck driver Danny McCormack didn't know what hit him when he was standing on the side of a Canberra road.
Residents in a street in North Strathfield say construction vibrations from work on the M4 East tunnel section caused their walls to crack and crumble.
Construction workers building Canberra's light rail network have been forced to work in near-40 degree heat this week.
An IT project manager paid more than $100,000 for five months work at the NSW Department of Finance allegedly "hijacked" a friend's company.
The national road toll dropped to 1146 in 2018, its lowest level since August 2014, reversing increases in deaths in 2015 and 2016 that prompted a national inquiry.
Books have become a default personality trait and it's probably not sparking joy.
Anecdotally, people swear by them, but is there any basis for the growing trend of collagen drinks and probiotic 'beauty' supplements?
In a sea of mindless television, NITV stands out.
Tennis is one of the few sports which is likely to be perceived as a sport for any gender, but the women are still not treated the same as the men.
Actor Ethan Peck, the 32-year-old grandson of screen legend Gregory Peck, sharpens his ears ahead of his debut in Star Trek: Discovery.
The sex tape scandal that has rocked rugby league this summer offers a striking example of how information spreads uncontrollably in the age of Facebook
Australia's increasing obsession with air conditioning means around 2.3 million households run their air-conditioners for at least an hour when they are not home, a new survey claims.
An ANU study has found there has been significant uncertainty within ACT's mental health sector since the rollout of the NDIS.
As the wood chopping returns, organisers hope to attract more visitors with lower gate prices.
The Greens candidate for Canberra said he would use an electorate office for a meeting space for community groups.
Filming or distributing intimate images without consent is an offence under federal and state law.
Too many politicians and commentators have leapt to blame one industry for the massive fish kill. Facts matter, writes the CEO of Cotton Australia.
The razor maker has jumped on the #metoo bandwagon as a cynical marketing ploy, and it follows its long history of sexism.
The two-year conflict at the industrial umpire brought on hefty legal costs for the federal government and the main public sector union.
How can it be that even when things are looking down for Racing NSW boss Peter V’landys, they always seem to end up the right way round?
The Hume recycling centre is expected to be up and running again soon - but only after tonnes of recyclables were dumped in landfill.
The Australian Museum is preparing to raise $7 million to partly fund renovations.
Victorians have flooded a major inquiry into the state's mental health system with submissions about the crisis in services for people suffering mental illness, including those at risk of suicide.
Eyebrows raised by the rebranding of establishment stockbroking firm Baillieu Holst as Baillieu considering no member of the family has worked there for 20 years.
Glass is far more than a mere sequel. Rather, it's Shyamalan's bid to construct his own version of a comic-book "extended universe''.
Senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells says it is “disingenuous” for Australia to announce a loans program for island nations while complaining of Chinese “debt-trap diplomacy”.
Labor leader Bill Shorten's pledge to give underperforming funds their "marching orders" threatens to strip some of the Australia's most powerful union leaders of hundreds of thousands of dollars in bonus pay-packets.