News Australian Open 2017: fans celebrate Uzbek Denis Istomin's record run 2017-01-22T13:53:02.000000Z Before this week, it's fair to say many Australian tennis fans had never heard of Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin. Niche performers: how to make a living as a merman or a contortionist 2017-01-22T13:27:44.000000Z Living the street performer dream is still savvy business. Investors 'be wary' over recent listings 2017-01-22T13:22:37.000000Z Investors to be wary of recently listed companies since they are oftenj priced to perfection, one fund manager has warned Internal feud at centre of Rio firing over Simandou says Conde 2017-01-22T13:21:37.000000Z The President of Guinea is disputing public statements made by Rio Tinto about the firing of a senior executive for a $US10.5 million payment made to the president's friend Francois de Combret. Bourke Street attack: victims remembered at first community memorial 2017-01-22T13:09:40.000000Z The Jewish community held the first community memorial service for victims of the Bourke Street tragedy. Indonesian authorities detain 17 nationals returning from Syria 2017-01-22T13:04:33.000000Z Indonesian authorities have detained 17 nationals returning from Syria, including children, suspected of being involved in radical activity, officials told Reuters on Sunday. 'Can I have my biscuits please?' says girl dug out of Italy avalanche 2017-01-22T12:56:30.000000Z For a little girl who had just survived an extraordinary ordeal, trapped for two days beneath snow, ice and rock, it was a disarmingly ordinary question. Australian Open 2017: Roger Federer beats Kei Nishikori in enthralling five-set battle 2017-01-22T12:40:00.000000Z The joker and a knight might have been shaken out but the king remains. Roger Federer has become the oldest man to make a grand slam quarter-final since Jimmy Connors after a five-set win over Japanese counter-puncher Kei Nishikori. Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City and United drop points in EPL 2017-01-22T12:25:48.000000Z Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City and Manchester United all dropped points as Chelsea secured their lead at the top without kicking a ball. Bourke Street: Melbourne mourns as baby boy dies, taking death toll to five 2017-01-22T12:22:52.000000Z Melbourne's Bourke Street rampage attack has already claimed five lives, but there are fears this grim toll could rise, with six people remaining in a critical condition as a mass of flowers grew near the scene of the tragedy.