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Construction workers damaged internet cables in Northcote.

Homes, business without internet after cables damaged

Construction workers damaged internet cables in Northcote.

Dozens of businesses and homes in Melbourne's inner-north are facing 17 days without internet.

  • by Rachel Eddie

Barty's parents set to miss Paris finale

Ashleigh Barty with her parents Robert and Josie.

Ashleigh Barty's improbable charge to the French Open final has seemingly caught even her fondest two fans off guard.

AFL admits to yet another score review error

The score review during the match between the Tigers and the Cats at the MCG on Friday night.

The AFL admitted human error was behind mistake that led to Richmond's Jack Higgins being denied a goal against Geelong on Friday night.

  • by Peter Ryan
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Police believe overnight shooting linked to earlier drive-by at same house

A burnt-out car at the scene of an overnight shooting in Bray Street, Reservoir.

A man shot outside a Reservoir home on Saturday morning is believed to have been the target of a drive-by shooting earlier this week.

  • by Rachel Wells

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Far northern NSW is a honeypot for health and wellness seekers, yet
one local intensive care specialist says, “I’ve seen more vaccine-preventable diseases since working in the Northern Rivers than I saw in 10 years of working in remote Aboriginal communities.”

How one hippie town became the anti-vaxxer capital of Australia

Anti-vaccination fervour has taken off around the globe, with dire consequences for public health. Ground zero for this kind of thinking in Australia is Mullumbimby.

  • by Tim Elliott
John Setka at last year's ALP National Conference.
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Trade unions

Pressure on union boss John Setka over Batty comments

The CFMMEU official, who is facing charges of harassing a woman, insisted he had nothing to be ashamed of.

  • by Nick McKenzie and Ben Schneiders
Acting Australian Federal Police commissioner Neil Gaughan fields questions over the raids.

Letter shows Labor push over Annika Smethurst leak

Mark Dreyfus has downplayed a letter to Malcolm Turnbull urging a national security leak investigation.

  • by Bevan Shields
 Adam Goodes posing after a training session in September 2012.

Goodes film premiere: boos, and a standing ovation

After boos, hisses and snorts at the anti-Goodes comments, there was a standing ovation throughout the State Theatre.

  • by Garry Maddox and Sarah Muller
Trump walks on the South Lawn of the White House after arriving back from D-Day commemorations in Europe.

Trump calls off his plan to impose tariffs on Mexico

Trump announced on Twitter he had reached agreement with the Mexican government.

  • by Michael D. Shear
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AFL

The score review during the match between the Tigers and the Cats at the MCG on Friday night.

AFL admits to yet another score review error

The AFL has admitted human error was behind the mistake that led to Richmond's Jack Higgins being denied a goal against Geelong on Friday night.

  • by Peter Ryan
Zac Fisher.

AFL Saturday live: Carlton v Brisbane Lions

All the action kicks off at Marvel Stadium where Carlton face the Brisbane Lions in caretaker David Teague's first game as Blues coach.

  • by Ronny Lerner

Property bydomain

In this neighbourhood, lovely gardens frame timeless homes

In this neighbourhood, lovely gardens frame timeless homes

This is the kind of scene you'd find on a biscuit tin or carved into jigsaw pieces. Instead, you can call it home - if you've got the cash.

  • by Lou Sweeney
The Melbourne suburbs where apartments are about to get better

The Melbourne suburbs where apartments are about to get better

Higher density living could be on its way to your neighbourhood and there's a push to make it better – but insiders say there's a catch.

  • by Elizabeth Redman

Business

Lendlease chief executive Steve McCann.
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Construction

'Cloud' over Aussie builder and its $75bn construction pipeline

Lendlease's CEO Steve McCann has been through tough times before in his decade in charge but there's no doubt he is now under serious pressure.

  • by Sarah Danckert

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Mining mogul Gina Rinehart is now in second spot on the Rich List.

Cattle queen Gina cooks up nostalgic fare with all the trimmings

The very private Gina Rinehart has revealed some intimate details of her early family life.

  • by Andrew Hornery
Despite early enthusiasm for 3D, audiences have become increasingly hard to impress in recent years.

3D is dead (almost), long live the (food-to-your-seat, luxury) cinema

Technological change has long driven cinema attendance, but operators are increasingly turning to luxury to extract more dollars from fewer customers.

  • by Karl Quinn

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Out of date: most parents struggle to keep up in the digital age

Out of date: most parents struggle to keep up in the digital age

Only 46 per cent of Australian parents feel confident they could help their children deal with serious online problems, according to a new survey.

  • by Bianca Wordley
Bassike menswear.

The best menswear brands that are made in Australia

Buying made in Australia ensures ethically made garments while boosting local industry.

  • by Dan F. Stapleton
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Toronto Raptors center Serge Ibaka (9) dunks against the Golden State Warrior during game four of the NBA finals.

Toronto Raptors rally to take 3-1 stranglehold on NBA finals

The first half belonged to the Golden State Warriors but the tide turned in the third quarter when the visitors outscored the two-time defending champions.

Her own force: Star striker Lisa De Vanna.

'I don't hide who I am': why Matilda Lisa De Vanna divides opinion

Lisa De Vanna has a reputation for blow-ups and makes no apologies for her driven approach, but says ahead of the Women's World Cup that she is misunderstood.

  • by Michael Lynch

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