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Tony: With friends like these...

Have Tony's friends always felt this way? By Rocco Fazzari and Denis Carnahan with apologies to Burt, Carol, Dionne and friends.

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The costs of counterterrorism

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 15:  Tactical Police are seen at the siege at Lindt Cafe in Martin Place on December 15, 2014 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Fairfax Media)
Mark Stewart, John Mueller

Funds directed at a hazard that kills few are sometimes more productively directed at one that kills many.

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Abercrombie & Fitch to exit Australia

Abercrombie & Fitch has packed its bags and is exiting the Australian market.
Carrie LaFrenz

After just a few short years and tumbling sales, Abercrombie & Fitch will exit Australia as the teen retailer struggles to reinvent itself.

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Future Fund goes haute couture

The website lets customers pre-order the latest high-end fashion trends straight off the runways of Paris, New York and Milan - and the red carpets of Los Angeles.
Jonathan Shapiro

The $109 billion sovereign fund has emerged as an investor in high-end fashion website Moda Operandi.

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Memories of Melba up for grabs

An English sterling silver toast rack, London, 1895; an American silver toast rack bearing the mark ''Sterling'' and a further plated rack. Estimate $300-500.
James Cockington

Pieces from the life of Dame Nellie Melba - including some toast racks - are going under the hammer.

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Australia's historical win over Afghanistan

Record-breaking partnership between David Warner and Steve Smith guides Australia to the highest total in World Cup history.

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The craft beer world may be all about ale for now, but don't expect it to stay that way for long.

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She understand the risks that come with speaking out publicly about male violence against women, particularly online.

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South Sydney crush Broncos in opener

South Sydney celebrate their victory over the Broncos.
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South Sydney burst the Brisbane bubble on opening night to show there remains a tangible gulf between the game's best and the ambitious rest.

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