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  1. NSW Waratahs get out of jail with stunning 32-25 victory over winless Melbourne Rebels

    The NSW Waratahs have averted a major crisis and got themselves well and truly out of jail, coming from 19 points behind at half-time to prevail 32-25 thanks to a David Horwitz try with 35 seconds…
  2. Swanston Street crash: Ballarat man allegedly stole car in St Kilda

    A Ballarat man is in hospital under police guard after crashing an allegedly stolen car in Swanston Street on Friday…
  3. London attack: Two more 'significant arrests' made in 'fast-paced' investigation as attacker's British name is revealed

    The Westminster attacker Khalid Masood was born Adrian Russell Ajao and was from Darford in Kent but took on a number of aliases before his murderous rampage targeting Britain's parliament this…
  4. Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak freed, six years after overthrow

    Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president overthrown in 2011 and the first leader to face trial after the Arab Spring, has been…
  5. Labor, Greens, Xenophon team likely to link with Cory Bernardi to block China extradition treaty

    A China-Australia extradition treaty 10 years in the making looks set to be killed off in the Senate next week with Labor, the Greens and the crossbench expected to team up to stop ra…
  6. Finally, M1 road upgrades to begin in November

    Motorists stuck in Pacific Motorway traffic will be relieved to learn upgrades to three M1 projects are close to beginning after $500 million for highway projects was promised on Friday night by senior ministers from the Australian and Queensland…
  7. Canberra region mother behind family travel review blog Let's Go Mum named one of Australia's Top 50 "Influencers''

    A Collector mum of two has been named as one of Australia's top 50 influential…
  8. Ange Postecoglou defends ambitious approach with Socceroos' World Cup fate in the balance

    Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou is making no apologies for introducing a brand new formation at a critical stage of their World Cup qualification campaign as pressure on his team…
  9. GWS Giants should be developing western Sydney, says Paul Roos

    Sydney premiership coach and former Swans academy boss Paul Roos has applauded the AFL's decision to strip a significant part of the GWS Giants academy…
  10. Mexican state cracks down on surrogacy, traps parents in legal nightmare

    Foreign families have been tangled up in a legal battle over how to apply new surrogacy restrictions in…
  11. Scott Barrett impresses as Canterbury Crusaders grind out win over Western Force

    Scott Barrett underlined his versatility that should make All Blacks coach Steve Hansen take notice as he produced a tireless effort at blindside flanker in the Canterbury Crusaders' 45-17 win over the Western Force in Christchurch on Friday…
  12. Parramatta Eels boss Bernie Gurr concedes ANZ Stadium won't replicate Pirtek Stadium atmosphere

    Eels boss Bernie Gurr has reluctantly conceded nomadic Parramatta won't be able to replicate the raucous atmosphere of Pirtek Stadium at their new home ground despite preparing to match regular ANZ Stadium tenants the Bulldogs and Rabbitohs for pulling…
  13. Michael Gordon enjoys Sydney Roosters' run while it lasts

    ​ Michael Gordon is enjoying an NRL career renaissance at the Roosters but doesn't know if he wants it to end this y…
  14. Best of the Tests: Matt Renshaw and Peter Handscomb the finds of the summer

    How many Australians would make a composite side from this season's Test series at home to South Africa and Pakistan and away to…
  15. Hayden Jones suffering paranoid schizophrenia when he defaced police Wall of Remembrence

    A man who defaced the NSW Police Wall of Remembrance suffers from paranoid schizophrenia and was under a delusion he was being pursued by the government, a court has…
  16. Dams at lowest point since 2010 as Seqwater warns of water restrictions

    South-east Queenslanders were using an extra 10 litres per person per day this past summer, compared with the previous…
  17. Australia v India Test series 2017: Virat Kohli in extreme doubt as Australia shoot for epic series win in India

    Australia's bid for a series win for the ages in India is about to be given a massive shot in the arm with India's inspirational captain Virat Kohli in extreme doubt to play in the fourth Test on…
  18. Hazelwood has to go for the good of the nation

    The recent debate about national energy security has been quite positive in that it has moved on from political sniping to a discussion of options and…
  19. Dig deep and support the Brumbies

    We adore our Raiders; we avidly support the GWS Giants so now is the time to dig deep and support the…
  20. Australia captain Steve Smith gains a noble perspective from personal meeting with Dalai Lama

    DHARAMSALA: What would you say if you were to meet the Dalai Lama? Some might ask for the path to nirvana, or why poor people seem happier than the rich. Steve Smith asked for the secrets to a good night's …