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  1. Former Trump adviser Michael Flynn likely broke the law by failing to disclose foreign payments: committee

    04.25 / 17:43 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The former adviser earned income speaking in Russia and lobbying on behalf of…
  2. Ivanka Trump jeered while defending her father's record on women at G20 conference in Berlin

    04.25 / 15:47 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Ms Trump was in Berlin to represent the United States at a meeting on female business…
  3. Federal budget could see up to 4500 more public service jobs cut, union warns

    04.25 / 12:46 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    With two weeks until the federal budget, things don't look great for the public…
  4. Calls to beautify Melbourne's 'ugly' construction sites

    04.25 / 11:52 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Don't look now – Melbourne's streets have been overwhelmed by ugly hoarding fences and sc…
  5. Brisbane sculpture's hidden message about 94 massacres

    04.25 / 11:47 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A ring of tall lotus and columns of ash have likely caught the eye of thousands of Brisbane pedestrians but many might not realise they represent the massacres of tens of thousands of…
  6. Melbourne Storm's rising stars prove the difference in win over New Zealand Warriors

    04.25 / 11:26 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Cooper Cronk was the inspiration but three of the Melbourne Storm's emerging stars proved the heroes in a compelling Anzac Day 20-14 win over New Zealand Warriors at AAMI Park on Tuesday…
  7. Prince Harry sprayed Prince William with water at the London Marathon, Kate Middleton loved it

    04.25 / 10:43 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A fit Johnny Rotten (aka Prince Harry) sprayed the king-in-waiting with H20 as he manned a hydration…
  8. Anzac Day AFL, Essendon v Collingwood: Reborn Bombers leave Magpies with nowhere to hide

    04.25 / 09:41 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    An hour before the first bounce at the MCG (which wasn't bounce), two mounted soldiers got a standing ovation, just for riding by. Then followed a motorcade of old soldiers, and more applause, until it began to feel like the final curtain at a recital or opera, when you begin to wonder when it is decent to…
  9. Federal budget 2017: Work for the dole a 'demonstrable failure, demonises the unemployed', say charities

    04.25 / 08:15 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Work for the dole has been an expensive "demonstrable failure" that does nothing to lessen the nation's unemployment burden, one of Australia's biggest charities has…
  10. Dornier flies under the Flemington radar to make the St Leger a family affair

    04.25 / 08:11 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Whatever the future for the St Leger, Caulfield trainer John Moloney and connections of Dornier were revelling in the win on…
  11. MUA and Patrick at battle stations as 'peace deal' looks to be in tatters

    04.25 / 07:43 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The national peace deal on the docks is looking shaky after only five…
  12. Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Honour our fallen and scorn the politicians who waged the wars

    04.25 / 07:43 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Parliamentarians on Anzac Day mouth words like they were "fighting for democracy" or "a better tomorrow" but neither a better life nor peace…
  13. Australian troops will be in Iraq, Afghanistan for long term, says Malcolm Turnbull

    04.25 / 07:10 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future, saying training of local forces needs to be "a long-term…
  14. Investors cheer Europe's polls as election risk fades

    04.25 / 07:10 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Investors watching the polls in Europe are feeling more optimistic after the French…
  15. Don't ask me to change a lightbulb, it's the one chore I won't do

    04.25 / 07:10 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    I can't even bring myself to write it down because the mere thought of it makes me feel slightly anxious and also a bit…
  16. NRL: City-Country withdrawal could open door for Canberra Raiders star Blake Austin

    04.25 / 06:16 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    They'll be opponents this weekend, but Raiders five-eighth Blake Austin could soon be thanking the…
  17. Reds can't afford Super Rugby derby loss against NSW Waratahs, says Karmichael Hunt

    04.25 / 06:08 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Karmichael Hunt admits the Queensland Reds can't afford to lose another Australian conference derby if they are to reach the Super Rugby finals, underlining the importance of Saturday's clash with the NSW…
  18. 7 things to do this weekend in Canberra, April 28-30

    04.25 / 05:08 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Our pick of what to do this weekend in Canberra (and the…
  19. Brisbane Times offers breaking news alerts

    04.25 / 05:00 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
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  20. Thousands line the streets for Brisbane's 2017 Anzac Day march

    04.25 / 04:44 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    It began with the roar of two RAAF F/A-18Fs flying overhead and the familiar chimes of Brisbane's City Hall clock…