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  1. Hazelwood shutdown: Last shift signals a lifetime of work over

    03.29 / 07:25 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    His last shift at Hazelwood finished at 7am on Tuesday, the last of thousands of night and day shifts at the plant since he started there in…
  2. PricewaterhouseCoopers accused of misleading Vocation investors

    03.29 / 07:14 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    One of Australia's largest accountancy firms, PricewaterhouseCoopers, has been accused of misleading or deceptive conduct over its audits of failed training college owner Vocation…
  3. Does this toddler have the fanciest ride to daycare in Canberra?

    03.29 / 07:14 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    This is a whole lot more than your average people…
  4. 'It's the only plan Australia has': business pleads to Senate for company tax cuts

    03.29 / 07:03 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Some of Australia's largest companies have made a desperate, last-minute plea to the Senate crossbench to pass $48 billion in company tax cuts, warning Australia had no alternative to secure its nation's economic f…
  5. Cyclone Debbie focus now shifts to flooding, sugar crop damage

    03.29 / 07:03 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The sugar industry says up to a quarter of its crop may be affected by Cyclone…
  6. Melbourne Rebels lose winger Sefa Naivalu, await fitness tests on key players

    03.29 / 06:57 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Melbourne Rebels have given several senior players until the last minute to prove their fitness to face the Highlanders in Dunedin on Friday…
  7. Uber's diversity report leaves out the most important fact

    03.29 / 06:57 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Tech companies like Uber won't be able to build the diverse workforces they claim to be working toward unless they can hold onto the small fraction of female and minority employees they successfully…
  8. Cambodia's ban on breast milk sales throws spotlight on growing international trade

    03.29 / 06:57 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Cambodia's ban has put the spotlight on a global trade in breast milk to other mothers, bodybuilders, cancer patients and breast-milk…
  9. Hire a car from Perth to Broome for less than the cost of a mango

    03.29 / 06:45 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    While a one way flight to Broome will set you back at least three hundred dollars, you can now hire a car and travel from Perth to Broome for less than the cost of a…
  10. Mark Latham sacked by Sky News after calling school student 'gay'

    03.29 / 06:45 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Former Labor leader Mark Latham has been sacked as a commentator by Sky…
  11. Kevin Naiqama off-contract but happy for attention to be on Wests Tigers 'big four'

    03.29 / 06:23 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    They are the forgotten Tigers. The dozen or more players who are off-contract at the end of the season at Concord but don't qualify for membership of the so-called "big…
  12. No back pay for superannuation under current laws, says watchdog

    03.29 / 06:23 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Retail and convenience store workers who have been underpaid can't claim back the superannuation they should have…
  13. Supreme Court grants alleged kidnapper Phillip Satatas bail

    03.29 / 06:23 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A man charged over a kidnapping plot in which the victim was allegedly burned with a blowtorch and threatened with a snake bite has been released on …
  14. AFL 2017: Richmond eye Brisbane Lions forward Josh Schache, as contract talks wait

    03.29 / 06:23 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Brisbane young gun Josh Schache is holding off on a contract extension with the Lions as he prepares for mammoth offers from Victorian clubs to lure him home, with Richmond leading the…
  15. Contractors ordered to fix 'rotten egg' smell at WestConnex site after St Peters residents complain

    03.29 / 06:04 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    ​WestConnex contractors have been given two days to clean up their work site in Sydney's inner west after residents complained of foul odours emanating from the ea…
  16. Centrelink is why the budget won't win us over

    03.29 / 06:04 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    If we no longer think the government tells the truth, we'll be impervious to the charms of its…
  17. Hit-run driver who left injured cyclist on road spared jail

    03.29 / 06:04 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A hit-run driver who left a seriously injured cyclist on the road has been spared jail but has been disqualified from driving for four…
  18. The huge portrait of Peter Slipper that will haunt Parliament forever

    03.29 / 06:04 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    It had to be, this portrait, bigger, darker, more vainglorious and yes, more accusatory - almost Cromwellian - than all the …
  19. 'The whole island is just smashed': Family's tropical birthday getaway turns nightmare

    03.29 / 06:00 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Jon Clements was celebrating his mother's 70th birthday at Hamilton Island when the weather…
  20. Centrelink hits 21,000 families with bogus FTB debts

    03.29 / 05:42 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Honest Australians 'intimidated' into handing over their money, says Labor, as tens of thousands of debt notices sent…