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Open letter to sceptical Liberal MPs

Two backbench Liberal MPs are calling for an inquiry into climate science ahead of the government's release of Australia's post-2020 emissions targets. Here a group of 13 Australian scientists give them a rundown.

Serena Williams Beats Venus Williams at Wimbledon, Inches Closer to Grand Slam

This takes sibling rivalry to a new level.  Serena Williams defeated her older sister Venus at Wimbledon on Monday! The younger sister has already won the Australian and French Open and with the 6-4 and 6-3 win against her sister, she...Show More Summary

Courtney Barnett to open for Blur

Australian singer-songwriter will support UK icons at Madison Square Garden, Hollywood Bowl.

SMITE Is Launching On The Xbox One With Australian Servers

The open beta for SMITE on the Xbox One kicks off this week, July 8 to be precise. But here’s the interesting thing: it’s launching with Australian servers from the get go. More »      

Cara Delevingne: “Everyone Has a Right To Be Whoever They Want to Be"

Cara Delevingne, whose first leading role will be in the upcoming Paper Towns, talked about sexuality and same-sex marriage at the Australian premiere of the film. “I’ve been pretty open about myself from the beginning. I think it’sShow More Summary

Australian market set to open lower

Futures contract points to negative open as investors digest Greek referendum.

Venus and Serena Williams to Square Off at Wimbledon

Tennis star sisters Venus and Serena Williams have played tennis together forever, but they played against each other in a professional setting for the first time 17 years ago at the Australian Open in a game that was won by the elder sister. The two have played at eight Grand Slam finals, according to the Daily Mail.

'Reality in Flames: Modern Australian Art and the Second World War' opens at the Australian War Memorial

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

Modern Australian artists were immersed in the Second World War. They served in the armed forces, worked with labour groups or in factories, and as official artists observing, recording, and interpreting military activity. Drawing on...Show More Summary

Louisville’s Mangok Mathiang posts double-double in World University Games opener

Mathiang's playing on an Australian team that includes the likes of Peter Hooley and Hugh Greenwood.

History repeats itself as Westley makes Australians toil

5 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

A decade after a young Alastair Cook smote the Australians to all parts of Chelmsford, another youthful Essex opener in Tom Westley did much the same

New Aussie regime could force social networks to remove bullying content

Opening up a new front in the fight against cyberbullying, Australian kids and their parents can now ask the government to remove humiliating posts on social media. Calling itself a "one-stop-shop" for online safety, the Office of the...Show More Summary

Watson in Three-Way Tie for U.S. Senior Open Lead

last weekSports / Golf : On Par

Tom Watson retained his place atop the U.S. Senior Open leaderboard on Friday after shooting a one-under 69 in the second round, but was joined at the top by American Jeff Maggert and Australian Peter Fowler at Del Paso Country Club in California.

BNP Paribas WTA Finals Ticket Prices Up As Serena Williams Attempts 4-Peat

Serena Williams has had a remarkable start to the 2015 year with victories at the Australian Open, Miami Open, and French Open.  She'll aim to grab another title when the 2015 Wimbledon Championships kick off later this month. Serena lost in the third round last year in Wimbledon, but if [...]

Katie Swan beats Kristina Kucova to win her first ever Wimbledon qualifying match

MIKE DICKSON AT ROEHAMPTON: Australian Open junior finalist Katie Swan lifted home spirits at Roehampton on Tuesday when she scored her first victory of Wimbledon.

Grimm Abandonment: Derelict Australian Fairy Tale Park for Sale

Inspired by classical fairy tales, this deserted theme park recently opened its doors to an urban explorer and photographer, giving outsiders a glimpse into...

Chris Rogers rebuked for Ashes tickets offer

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers has been left red-faced after it emerged that he has been attempting to sell tickets for the Ashes Test at Lord's contrary to regulations

Aussies Scott, Smith Tie for Fourth at U.S. Open

2 weeks agoSports / Golf : On Par

One Australian player at the U.S. Open offered a reminder that he should not be written off, while another made a brilliant debut on the world stage but neither was able to come away with the main prize on Sunday.

No Fairytale U.S. Open Finish to Amazing Day

2 weeks agoSports / Golf : On Par

There would be no fairytale U.S. Open finish for Jason Day on Sunday, as the gritty Australian missed out on a first major but won a host of admirers for battling on after collapsing on the course.

Jason Day Eyeing First U.S. Open Victory

Australian golfer, Jason Day is currently tied for the 54-hole lead at four-under-par at the U.S. Open after firing a solid two-under 68 in his third round Saturday afternoon. Day, the two time runner up at the U.S. Open, is eyeing his first major championship victory as he sits atop the leaderboard with Jordan Spieth, Jason Day Eyeing First U.S. Show More Summary

Gritty Day Grabs Share of U.S. Open Lead

2 weeks agoSports / Golf : On Par

Jason Day wrote his name into U.S. Open folklore on Saturday, grabbing a share of the third-round lead on a punishing Chambers Bay layout that had literally brought the Australian to his knees a day earlier.

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