Australia have thrashed England 33-13, with Bernard Foley scoring 28 points, to reach the knock-out stages of the World Cup.
Julie Bishop has described the shooting of a police worker in Sydney's west as tragic for the families, community and the nation.
The death toll from a landslide on the outskirts of Guatemala's capital has risen to 56 and 350 remain missing.
As the parent of three children, I know all too well how hard it can be to get kids to put down the iPad and shut off the iPod. So when a local parenting magazine...
Begins October 7: Just as it seems new principal Matt Bashir is making progress at the notorious Boxdale Boys High, a student is found dead. Starring Alex Dimitriades...
When those who entertain us with their dazzling talent and charisma go one step further and give us their not-so-sparkling opinions, why do so many people get upset?
As Johnson lies about her relationship with Logan, Masters proceeds with a controversial sexual surrogacy project.
Luke experiences life and food on the Loire River before finishing his culinary journey through France in the seaside town of St Malo.
Chelsea's miserable 2015-2016 season continued as it fell to a stunning 3-1 defeat against a rampant Southampton at Stamford Bridge.
Stealing office supplies, skipping out on your round at the pub and complaining about dole bludgers. Ahead of this long weekend comedian Eleanor Robertson runs you...
Tony Abbott promised there would be 'no wrecking'. And then he went on a farewell tour of interviews. But that shouldn't come as a surprise, writes Greg Jericho.
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As Justin Kurzel's new take on 'the Scottish play' opens in cinemas, we examine the legacy and enduring themes of this celebrated text.
On this Mythsion Impossible Episode, the Mythbusters try to 'Herd cats' and 'catch a greased pig'.
The acclaimed story of the Vietnamese refugee experience by Nam Le, with adaptation by Matt Huynh -- SBS turned 'The Boat' into an interactive online graphic novel.
A new study has found that people today who eat and exercise the same amount as people 20 years ago are still fatter.
Malcolm Turnbull has a new job - and all the hope that comes with it - but are voter expectations unrealistic? It's time for some patience and a dose of...
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The worst-kept secret in cycling has been confirmed: Mark Cavendish will join Team Dimension Data (the new name for MTN-Qhubeka) in 2016 along with leadout man...
Kids aren’t going to give up their devices because they are worried about how it may influence their future empathy - it's up to parents, writes Jenny Anderson.
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Sergio Aguero equalled an English Premier League record by scoring five times as Manchester City returned to winning ways with a 6-1 demolition of Newcastle United.
Global sportswear giant Adidas has opted not to join several fellow major FIFA sponsors in calling for Sepp Blatter to speed up his planned departure from the...
The bitter pay dispute between Football Federation Australia (FFA) and the players union appears close to a resolution, after Australia's women's soccer team...
Jose Mourinho's miserable start to the season continued as Chelsea fell to a 3-1 home defeat against Southampton but he is not concerned about the axe declaring: ...
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Emily Blunt is a Hitchcock hero along for the ride: ‘In the Mexican drug war there’s no such thing as an easy thrill or neat resolve in the bloodletting.’
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Two ex-cons hatch a scheme to burn down a Brisbane nightclub. It's 'Bad boys bonded in bloodlust', Tony Ayres' new Australian film is...
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Spring has sprung, a spill is spun – but few Canberra flowers have survived Tony Abbott's scorched earth approach, writes a leading political satirist.
What happens to the friendship part of a friends-with-benefits situation once the benefits are no longer in play?
Parents of children on the cusp of 'big school' have a difficult decision to make: hold your child back a year or just let them go. Ian Rose weighs-up his decision.
The pet food industry is worth billions of dollars, but what do labels like “natural,” “gluten-free,” and “organic” really mean?
15 years to the day since Cathy Freeman ran into the history books and Australian folklore, we continue to work to ensure this moment was not a high water mark of...
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