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Opal fares: No more free end-of-week trips on Sydney's public transport, regulator recommends

The New South Wales pricing regulator has recommended stopping free end-of-week trips on Sydney's public transport network as part of an overhaul of …


Brisbane Liberal candidate Trevor Evans backs plebiscite

The historic contest for the federal seat of Brisbane shows just how far both major parties have come, according to Liberal candidate Trevor …

US court acquits police officer in Freddie Gray case

France’s AXA group to boycott tobacco

Russia calls for 'regime of calm' in Syria

Riot police begin clearing Greece's Idomeni refugee camp

Greek police move to shut down Idomeni refugee camp

World Humanitarian Summit attacks 'broken' system

France on strike: Refineries blockaded by protesters

Pollies trounce professional footballers at Harmony Day game

Police prevent further bloodshed after raids in St Denis

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EgyptAir flight MS804: Head of forensics denies reports of explosion on plane, state news reports

Egypt's head of forensics has denied reports an initial examination of human remains belonging to victims aboard the EgyptAir jet that crashed in the …


Bali masseur charged with sexual harassment of Perth boy

An Indonesian masseur has been charged with inappropriately touching a 12-year-old Perth boy during a massage in Bali's Kuta tourist district.<p>Police …

Sexual Harassment

Perth rocketeer aims for new record with one of Australia's most powerful amateur rockets

A leading rocket enthusiast is preparing to launch one of Australia's most powerful amateur rockets in the West Australian Wheatbelt town of Williams.<p>…


Bialowieza forest: Poland begins logging project despite pleas from activists, scientists

Poland has begun a logging project it says will protect the ancient Bialowieza forest, which includes some of Europe's last primeval woodland, …

Bill Cosby to stand trial on sexual assault charges dating back to 2004, US judge rules

A Pennsylvania judge has ordered entertainer Bill Cosby to stand trial on sexual assault charges over allegations that he drugged and assaulted a …

Bill Cosby

Man to be charged over vandalism of NSW Police Force Wall of Remembrance in Sydney

A man is expected to be charged over the vandalism of the police memorial in Sydney's Domain that has been defaced twice in four days.<p>The wall …

New South Wales

260 new prison officers urgently sought for WA jails as numbers escalate

An external contractor has been awarded a contract worth nearly $700,000 to quickly recruit 260 prison officers to cope with rising West Australian …


Federal election 2016: The blunt suicide question that caught the Prime Minister by surprise

It did not elicit an immediate "yes" but Mr Turnbull said repeatedly that mental health was a "national priority".<p>"We will leave no stone unturned in …

Mental Health

Melbourne man arrested at Los Angeles hotel while on rugby trip over child sex charges

An Australian man on a rugby trip to the United States has been arrested in California for allegedly trying to arrange sex with a six-year-old boy, …

Los Angeles

Simple brain hack from Harvard can stop you forgetting important tasks

Remembering to turn the gas off, or water the plants before a weekend away, can prove an impossible feat when the mind is churning with other tasks.<p>But Harvard University has uncovered a simple ‘brain hack’ to bring back those forgotten to-do lists - the mental equivalent of tying a piece of string …

The Brain

It Takes Just Four Minutes To Explain the Entire Universe

In need of a quick refresher course on, well, the science of pretty much everything? Here’s a cheeky, irreverent summation of the universe in just …