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Faf du Plessis guilty of ball tampering, but cleared to play
Faf du Plessis guilty of ball tampering, but cleared to play
Faf du Plessis has been found guilty of ball tampering and fined his entire match fee from the second test against Australia in Hobart but the...
​The tribe has spoken: Will Survivor Rio be titillating enough for us to tune in?
​The tribe has spoken: Will Survivor Rio be titillating enough for us to tune in?
FIFTH COLUMNThis year’s Summer Olympics will feature three equestrian events, one of which is titled “equestering eventing”, seemingly...
Australian government also warns citizens in SA after US terror alert
Australian government also warns citizens in SA after US terror alert
Following the United States' issuing of a terror alert for South Africa, both the United Kingdom and Australia have issued warnings to their...
Facebook forced to swallow its words on ad policy
Facebook forced to swallow its words on ad policy
Facebook has had to backtrack after it banned an Australian advertisement featuring a bikini-clad plus-sized model, saying the photo’s depiction...
Ancient lava bubbles show old Earth’s air filled with greenhouse gases
Ancient lava bubbles show old Earth’s air filled with greenhouse gases
Tiny bubbles that formed inside volcanic rock 2.7 billion years ago are providing insight into the conditions on primordial Earth.
Historic Aboriginal land claim settled after 37-year battle
Historic Aboriginal land claim settled after 37-year battle
About 52 000 hectares on the Cox Peninsula near Darwin in northern Australia will become Aboriginal land under a “historic” agreement. ...
Aussie halaal-in-a-hurry revels in snack-pack hullabaloo
Aussie halaal-in-a-hurry revels in snack-pack hullabaloo
A concoction of meat, chips, cheese and sauce in a styrofoam container has become an unlikely social media phenomenon, sending revenue at some...
Aboriginal girl’s suicide - how can we look away?
Aboriginal girl’s suicide - how can we look away?
When is enough enough? What does it take to snap us out of our complacency? How many needless deaths does it take to tell us that indigenous...
Australia: Nation unites over abuses at Ballarat
Australia: Nation unites over abuses at Ballarat
I’m sure I’m not the only Catholic – lapsed or otherwise – who sees God not in the cardinals or bishops but in the broken men of Ballarat....
Aussies buck 'Gayby Baby' ban
Aussies buck 'Gayby Baby' ban
BODY LANGUAGE
Australia faces tyranny of history
Australia faces tyranny of history
COMMENT
Government urged to dump carbon tax in SA
Government urged to dump carbon tax in SA
Business and labour have urged government to follow Australia’s example and abandon carbon taxes which, they claim, would harm the economy and...

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