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  1. Ikea Canberra launches same day click and collect for online shopping

    Ikea now offers same-day "click and collect" in Canberra in response to rising customer demand for online…
  2. Former Bondi cafe owner Darren Mohr refused bail over Christmas Day cocaine bust

    A former Bondi cafe owner is charged in connection with Australia's largest cocaine …
  3. Allan Alaalatoa backs Brumbies prop depth as club waits on Scott Sio injury

    The Brumbies are hopeful Scott Sio's knee injury isn't as bad as first…
  4. Brumbies duo Nick Jooste and Ryan Lonergan starting halves for Australian under-20s side

    Teen Nick Jooste hopes his injury demons are behind him to earn a Super Rugby…
  5. Stockland, Mirvac home in on affordable housing as profits tick along

    Stockland and Mirvac, the country's two biggest residential developers,have pledged to focus on providing more affordable housing as the situation in Sydney and Melbourne gets "increasingly…
  6. The Simpsons tackles the first 100 days of Trump - and it's the stuff of nightmares

    Trump's achievements include lowering his golf handicap and permitting the shooting of hibernating bears, according to The…
  7. Brisbane Roar face goalkeeping crisis as Jamie Young injured in Champions

    Brisbane Roar could be down to their third-choice goalkeeper for their A-League semi-final against Melbourne…
  8. Australian woman dies in scooter crash in Bali

    A 29-year-old Australian woman has been found dead in Bali after a…
  9. Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan to hit companies with $4b in tax bills as he gets reappointed in top job

    Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan will get another seven years at the head of the Australian Taxation Office, with the agency looking to hit more multinationals with tax bills amounting to $4…
  10. Queensland boxer Jeff Horn declares he can beat WBO champ Manny Pacquiao

    Jeff Horn will grant Manny Pacquiao a rematch, should he win the Filipino's world title in…
  11. Wendy Whiteley 'stunned' after convictions quashed in art fraud case

    The widow of famed Australian artist Brett Whiteley has expressed her shock after an appeal court quashed two men's convictions in Australia's biggest art fraud…
  12. Van Gogh and the Seasons: NGV blockbuster 'an emotional experience'

    Sjraar van Heugten has spent decades working with the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh, yet the Dutch artist's works still astonish him with their emotional…
  13. Audi stolen at gunpoint in Balgowlah carjacking found in Auburn

    The sports car that was stolen during a test drive in Sydney's north-east on Wednesday night, sparking a high-speed car chase, has been…
  14. Israeli-American teen arrested over Australian school bomb hoax calls

    The suspect behind 591 bomb hoaxes sent to Australian schools has been revealed as an Israeli-American teenager working from his suburban bedroom for secret online…
  15. New inner Sydney high-rise school for 1200 students revealed

    A new 14-storey high school will be built in inner Sydney for 1200 students as the government scrambles to meet a surge in enrolments that will require 12 new schools to be built every…
  16. Finals failure was a Giant learning curve for Jeremy Cameron

    Jeremy Cameron did not watch the 2017 grand final. To this day he has not seen a passage of play from the Western Bulldogs'…
  17. Free market deaf to bark of Pavlovian dog

    The federal government's threat to slap new export restrictions on east coast gas suppliers ("Malcolm Turnbull intervenes in gas market to tackle surging domestic prices", April 27) is an admission that a free market does not always work. Despite Australia having a massive gas resource, the free market in energy has failed to deliver, in the PM's words, "the gas Australians need at prices they can afford". If the market was working properly a host of entrepreneurs should be competing…
  18. The national anthem Australia really deserves

    Backbencher Andrew Laming feels the second verse needs to be packed with more Australian values. So let's help…
  19. Plan for homeland security ministry a Peter Dutton 'power grab', says Labor

    Labor has come out against the move for a super-sized homeland security…
  20. Shot at silverware means everything, says Melbourne Victory star Marco Rojas

    Marco Rojas, the man they call "the Kiwi Messi", has won plenty of plaudits in his time in the A-League, but no…