Alexander Downer spies for Five Eyes (Part 1)

OPINION & ANALYSIS: High Commissioner Downer has a list of priors, says TESS LAWRENCE who has been studying his form for decades. In the first part of this series, she pulls no punches.

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Henry Reynolds: We need a new Australia Day

OPINION & ANALYSIS: January 26 marks one of the greatest expropriations in modern history, which took place at Sydney Cove. Why do so many Australians want to commemorate an act of egregious injustice?

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Wallaby bounds across Sydney Harbour Bridge [WATCH]

You know when you tell someone overseas that kangaroos and wallabies jump along the main streets of Australia and there is even a lane on the Harbour Bridge for them? Well, now here’s the proof!

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‘Aussie flu’? We can’t be sure where flu originates,...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Britain’s media have made much of the “Aussie flu” sweeping across the northern hemisphere, but is there evidence the land Down Under is to blame?

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Theresa May brought a rotten year on herself – did she have to take ...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: This is the message to take into 2018: whatever side one might be on the Brexit divide, let’s all admit the complexities, and demand that politicians do the same.

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Nukes in Scotland: Peace camp maintains decades long vigil

SPECIAL FEATURE: Based at Faslane are Britain’s nuclear armed Trident submarines while at nearby Coulport a mind boggling 220 nuclear weapons are stored inside a mountain. Protesters have been keeping watch for 35 years and counting.

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Joe Hockey told FBI about Trump advisor’s Russia revelation to A...

Ambassador to the US contacted the FBI about George Papadopoulos’s alleged comments to Australia’s High Commissioner in the UK, revealing links to Russia.

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Grief for British CEO Richard Cousins and family killed in Sydney seap...

Boss of world’s largest food services company and his family confirmed as those aboard the Sydney seaplane that tragically crashed into the Hawkesbury River on New Year’s Eve.

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London’s grand New Year’s fireworks sees in 2018 with a ba...

WATCH: The River Thames and London Eye explode in light and colour for New Year’s Eve celebrations.

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Sydney’s spectacular New Year’s fireworks [FULL VIDEO]

WATCH: The harbour city’s world famous New Year’s Eve fireworks display to welcome in 2018 did not disappoint.

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Citizenship scandals, same-sex marriage and foreign interference domin...

OPINION & ANALYSIS: 2017 has been a year of deep uncertainty in much of the world, while in Australian politics it has been one in which policy progress has been swamped by other distractions.

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Australian flock online for post Christmas bargains

These days many budget savvy gift givers are opting to give their giftees vouchers to their favourite stores, so that that can head online after the Christmas rush has subsides and pick up their favourite gifts for less.

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Melbourne attack: media and twits pull the terrorism trigger

OPINION & ANALYSIS: It didn’t take long for many to conclude the car that ploughed into pedestrians on Flinders Street was driven by terrorism.

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So sick of it all: Sam Dastyari, Chinese chequers and the body politic

OPINION & ANALYSIS: I am sick of the sick the body politic and the contempt shown towards ‘we, the people’, writes Tess Lawrence.

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An online purchase, deposit or transfer – PayPal is the way to g...

It’s no secret PayPal is the cornerstone of the majority of online businesses that are even remotely related to sales. Eventually, somebody’s going to have to make a payment, and there’s no better way to do it than with PayPal. But why?

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