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Jaw-dropping from every angle

Peak experience: Kashmir from the air.

Catherine Marshall 11:45pm There is danger, delight and death-defying beauty around every corner in Kashmir.

Give it to me right now!


Erin Forster Why do so few online businesses offer same-day delivery?

Why do businesses fail?


Kate Jones We think the trouble happens in the first year, but the truth is a little different.

The seven deadly meeting sins


Sylvia Pennington You need to repent if you check your smart phone every two seconds, sport a food-filled grin and spend the time catching a few zeds.

Please can I have some more?

Niamh Fitzpatrick

Sylvia Pennington Manly ferry commuters treated to posh porridge.

Designer hats an investment from the heart

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 29:  Alison Waters poses for a photo with her extraordinary hat collection on August 29, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Anu Kumar/Fairfax Media via Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Alison Waters

Stephen Crafti 12:15am Spring's the time for racing - and hats - but there's more to them than fascinators.

Dynamic duo

Margaret and David didn't just teach us about the movies, they taught us about life

Odd couple: For 28 years, Australians who loved movies have had a show that validated that love, and informed and extended it.

PAUL BYRNES 12:15am There has never been a partnership on Australian television that has lasted as long, nor been as passionate.


Get a step up with your mortgage


Mark Bouris 12:15am With a bit of homework and a willingness to bargain, people can save money on their mortgage and get ahead.

Plug other options into your super

Sweetener: Transferring shares can free up money to reduce an outstanding mortgage or personal debt.

Daryl Dixon 12:15am More industry funds are offering members the option to invest in shares, exchange traded funds or term deposits.

Dollar's metal ties restored

Copper pipes sit on display at a Lowe's store in Cary, North Carolina, U.S., on Monday, May 18, 2009. Copper futures rose to a one-week high as falling inventories and a weakening dollar boosted speculation that demand will increase for the metal used in pipes and wires. Photographer: Jim R. Bounds/Bloomberg News

David Potts 12:15am This week's big drop in the dollar in a fortnight is good news for nearly all of us.


First-time property buyers in Sydney and Melbourne need to be careful

The property market is running hot with a large number of auctions in Sydney and Melbourne.

JOHN COLLETT 12:15am Sydney and Melbourne property prices still show no signs of peaking.

Locker Room

ARU chief Bill Pulver floats plan for retired rugby star Pat McCabe to become a referee

DAVID POLKINGHORNE 10:00pm Canberra sport covered - From grassroots to gossip.

Dragons Abreast Regatta at Lake Burley Griffin

From left, Frances
Heaney and Anna Wellings Booth and Susan Pitt.

KIMBERLEY GRANGER 7:15pm Hundreds of people flocked to Weston Park in Yarralumla on Saturday as the Dragons Abreast group held its annual Flowers on the Water ceremony.

NRL semi-final: Manly Sea Eagles v Canterbury Bulldogs

Standing up for the fans: Manly's Kieran Foran.

Ash Gray 7:25pm Live coverage of Saturday night's do-or-die showdown from Allianz Stadium.


Plea to end dementia stigma

Tim Wylks with his father, Chris, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2008.

JULIEANNE STRACHAN 6:46pm Community attitudes towards dementia need to change so sufferers can lead better lives, Alzheimer's Australia has said.

The death of salary benchmarking

Claire Linton-Evans

Claire Linton-Evans 6:40pm Being evaluated on salary only can force the best people out of selection processes.

Our temp labour rates second in world

Cartoon by Ron Tandberg

Robyn Emerson 6:36pm Australian employers have joined a worldwide trend towards temporary labour.

Collingwood confirm interest in Clark

6:36pm Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley would love to have Mitch Clark at his AFL club, while Heritier Lumumba is likely to leave the Magpies.

Pssst: McAvaney tips Brownlow count could be the 'greatest of all time'

JON PIERIK 6:30pm Bruce McAvaney says this year's Brownlow Medal count on Monday night has the potential to be the greatest of all time if Gary Ablett hangs on to win.

O'Keefe shows even great football careers pass too quickly

The last six months must have been football torture for Ryan O'Keefe.

MATTHEW LLOYD 6:30pm Ryan O'Keefe is a proud man who has always had a fierce desire to maintain his elite standards.

Domain's super Saturday auction coverage


6:30pm Domain reporters were covering auctions across Melbourne on its biggest pre-grandfinal Saturday ever.

Health: Laughter makes a difference

Keep smiling: Palliative care nurse Fiona McLeod says a sense of humour goes a long way in her line of work.

Josh Jennings 6:25pm Counselling and goal setting are just some of the tools used in palliative care.

It's been a big week in art... with Jim Pavlidis

Game-changer Gary Ablett alongside Hans Holbein the Younger's portrait of rule-changer Henry VIII.

JIM PAVLIDIS 6:34pm Parents should be obliged to explain that walking among us are a special few for whom conventional rules don't apply.

Heyfield heads heartache list in country footy finals round-up

Adam McNicol 6:15pm Fell at the final hurdle

Canberra Roller Derby League


6:13pm CAbout Town: Scenes from the Canberra Roller Derby League at the Southern Cross Basketball Stadium in Greenway.

Uni Blacks belt Collegians in VAFA grand final

Brent Diamond 6:36pm Uni Blacks coach Cam Roberts says it is "good to get the monkey off the back" after winning their first premier division flag in 40 years, belting Collegians by 44-points in the VAFA grand final at Sportscover Arena on Saturday.

Terror laws go far enough: police, ASIO

Katina Curtis 6:06pm Attorney-General George Brandis says Australia's police and spy agencies have told the government they're happy with the reach of anti-terror laws.

Up-and-coming country horses to run in state-wide series with final at Randwick

ADAM PENGILLY 6:00pm The new series for country-based horses, culminating in a rich final with good prize money during The Championships✓, will be restricted to class four or class five horses and will be announced this week.


Gyros and glory for soccer club run by women

LIAM MANNIX 6:00pm “I don’t want to sound sexist here, but you know what it’s like when women run things well,” Mary Orfanidis says wryly.