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A-league live: Roar takes on the Victory at Lang Park
It's eighth versus ninth at Lang Park as the Roar and the Victory try to move up the ladder as round 11 of the A-League wraps up. Follow all the live scores, stats and commentary.
Thousands flee as wildfire 'beast' grows to California's third-largest
A raging California wildfire powered by fierce winds grows into the third-largest in the state's history, as forced evacuations turn neighbourhoods into ghost towns.
'Poor timing': Ribbons for sex abuse victims cut down by Catholic parishioners
Catholic parishioners in Ballarat have lined up to cut symbolic ribbons off their cathedral's iron fence in a move described as disrespectful to sexual abuse victims so soon after the royal commission findings.
MYEFO budget update to show debt down by $23 billion
Treasurer Scott Morrison's budget update tomorrow will show the nation's debt will be lower, but it is still likely to hit $583 billion by 2020-21.
'We've seen tears, we've seen laughter': Auslan-trained Santa a hit
An Auslan-trained Santa brings joy to deaf and hard-of-hearing children and their families during a meet and greet at a shopping centre in Western Australia's South West.
Pentagon admits to running a secret multi-million-dollar UFO program
The US Defence Department says until 2012, it ran a hush-hush $22 million program to investigate unidentified flying objects — but backers claim the program remains in existence.
Alarm over reports US health agency forbidden from using words like 'fetus' and 'transgender'
Officials at America's top public health agency are reportedly being told not to use certain words or phrases in official budget documents, including "fetus," ''transgender", "diversity" and "science-based".
Man 'seeking help' for suspicious injuries dies on doorstep of Canberra home
Police investigate the possible murder of a man who collapsed at the front door of a Canberra home, and are calling for witnesses to come forward.
Melbourne Lord Mayor stands aside over allegations
Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle says he will stand aside temporarily after a fellow Melbourne City Councillor quit, claiming she had been sexually harassed by a senior member of the council.
Melbourne Lord Mayor stands aside over indecent assault allegations
Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle says he is "shocked" and "distressed" as he announces he will stand aside while he is investigated for alleged sexual harassment, indecent assault and misconduct.
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British Labour backs EU single market membership during Brexit
Britain will urge the European Union on Monday to show "imagination" in Brexit talks and help focus discussion on future ties rather than on a divorce settlement.
Malcolm Turnbull calls Abbott-era Lodge cost "staggering"
The Prime Minister distances himself from the cost of renovations at his official Canberra residence.
Sydney Swans expect Kurt Tippett to be fit for elimination final
Sydney is confident Kurt Tippett will be fit for the Swans' first final after re-injuring his troublesome ankle against Carlton.
Twin stabbings in Victoria within an hour of each other
Two men have been critically injured in separate stabbing incidents in less than one hour in Victoria on Sunday.
Bangladesh v Australia: Glenn Maxwell claims breakthrough after veterans provide resistance for hosts
Off-spinner Glenn Maxell struck to end a fighting 155-run Bangladeshi fourth wicket partnership, leaving the host 5-190 at tea.
Family faces uncertain future after government's visa crackdown on asylum seekers
Like most children born in Australia, Samuel is a happy and healthy toddler. But a federal government decision to cut almost all support for dozens of Australian-based asylum seekers may change his future.
Josh Dugan apologises to St George Illawarra teammates for missing the bus
Josh Dugan addressed his St George Illawarra teammates after Sunday night's victory to apologise for failing to adhere to the club's strict new disciplinary policy enforced over the past month.
'Don't do what I did': Barbecue burns dad speaks up for The Alfred appeal
'I do feel stupid,' says man who burnt himself pouring petrol on a backyard fire.
Families struggle to climb Melbourne's property ladder as big backyards sell for a premium
Properties with spacious backyards and strong appeal to young families prompted the hottest bidding duels at auctions in Melbourne at the weekend.
Ben Quilty: it's time to acknowledge our colonial terrorism
For the past few days I have listened to people I admire and people I don't, talk about the challenge of facing up to our colonial past.
John Alexander easily retains Bennelong, and how the LNP saved Labor's Jackie Trad in Queensland
The easy win for John Alexander in the Bennelong byelection restores the Coalition's two-seat majority in the House of Representatives.
Alexander holds Bennelong, Turnbull holds majority
John Alexander won the seat of Bennelong after a fiercely contested byelection, and declared it 'the renaissance' of Malcolm Turnbull's leadership.
Google's artificial intelligence finds two new exoplanets missed by human eyes
Google's artificial intelligence has been taught to look for planets around other stars. It's already making new discoveries that scientists have missed.
Royal commission report makes preventing institutional sexual abuse a national responsibility
By placing institutional abuse within its larger context, the royal commission has made the prevention and identification of child sex offending a collective responsibility.
To fight the catastrophic fires of the future, we need to look beyond prescribed burning
Australia's national obsession with prescribed burning won't be enough to manage the growing risk of devastating bushfires.
Royal commission recommends sweeping reforms for Catholic Church to end child abuse
The commission's final report reveal the staggering scale and nature of abuse uncovered in Catholic institutions.
CBA admissions will make class action easier but shareholders still have a lot to prove
The CBA's response to AUSTRAC's claims means shareholders will be assisted in part of their class action claims, but a lot still needs to be proved.
A gas shortage next year is unlikely, but that's the only good news
The government's handshake deal with gas suppliers may have stopped the market plunging off a cliff, but it's not doing much more.
So you've got your ATAR, now what? Here are some options
Students should consider all their options and remember the ATAR is just one measure that doesn't necessarily dictate how well they will do in future.
Science or Snake Oil: do skinny teas boost weight loss?
You may be better off buying regular green or black tea and spending more on fruit and vegetables.
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The NHS desperately needs a new vision for the 21st century | Lord Darzi
The people of the UK deserve the best health service in the world and with the clinical talent and scientific innovations at our disposal, we can achieve itNext year the NHS will be 70 years old. For seven decades it has been there for us at times of most basic human need, offering care and compa...
‘Mum says I can’t come home’: Centrepoint’s lifeline for the invisible young homeless
Centrepoint’s latest helpline offers instant advice to abuse victims and young people who can longer stay in the family home• Click here to donate to our appealThe email is brief and to the point. “I am at risk of being homeless as my fiance is kicking me out,” it starts. “I have lots of cuts and...
MoD intervenes to clamp down on ministers’ fake Twitter accounts
Social media giant suspends accounts after ministry’s protestsIt is a new struggle being quietly waged by the Ministry of Defence – one where the battlefield is a constantly shifting one. In the era of fake news and so-called infowars with Russia, Britain’s military establishment has launched a c...
Your guide to a happy new year… by Dawn, Eddie and other celebrity self-help gurus
Famous faces, including many comedians with tales of recovery from their own traumas, are dispensing life lessons in the latest publishing trendOnce the post-Christmas slump lifts and 2018 looms, an unprecedented crowd of well-known faces will be waiting to take readers by the hand and guide them...
Call to fine schools that illegally exclude poorly performing pupils
Headteachers who abandon children with special needs must be punished, charity tells ministersMinisters are being urged to fine schools that are informally excluding poorly performing pupils, amid mounting evidence that some institutions are attempting to game the exam system.Hundreds of cases of...
More than a quarter of households struggle to afford life in London
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Gambling addicts still hooked on machines as bookies fail to enforce scheme
Undercover reporter is allowed to use terminals in 19 out of 21 shops A government scheme that is meant to allow staff at betting shops to bar problem gamblers has drawn fresh criticism after an investigation found that addicts are still being allowed to bet. Continue reading...
Revealed: sketches that show the inspiration for Banksy’s ‘alternativity’ in Bethlehem
Danny Boyle’s BBC Two documentary explores the problems he encountered directing the artist’s contemporary reworking of the Christmas storyThe traditional stage is familiar from thousands of primary school Christmas celebrations. Mary kneeling by a manger, angels with haloes on sticks, a diminuti...
MoD will struggle to meet Treasury's £7bn in savings, report says
Commons defence committee doubtful department can meet targets and expects reduction or delay in acquisitionsExtreme scepticism about the Ministry of Defence’s ability to achieve an estimated £7bn in savings being sought by the Treasury is expressed in a Commons defence committee report published...
‘There’s no life here’: a journey into Britain’s precarious future
Author James Bloodworth spent six months investigating our changing economy. In Ebbw Vale, he finds the human cost of the end of heavy industry and asks what the next upheaval will bringAt the Ebbw Vale steelworks in the south Wales valleys, thousands of men once laboured to produce the steel tha...