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The real reason St George, Bank of Melbourne and BankSA are suffering a long internet banking outage

St George Bank, Bank of Melbourne and BankSA have suffered an outage.

It was meant to be a simple task - turn the computer on and off again while performing scheduled maintenance.

Technology News | Ben Grubb | Mon Oct 05 14:02:17 EST 2015

Teenagers who go to bed late more likely to gain weight

A US study has found every extra hour teenagers stay up during the school week adds an alarming 2.1 points to their BMI.

Sci-Tech | Nicola Harley | Mon Oct 05 15:19:38 EST 2015

#ShoutYourAbortion gets angry shouts back

It began as a challenge on the internet and quickly caused huge debate.

Sci-Tech | Tamar Lewin | Mon Oct 05 15:49:46 EST 2015

West Coast Eagles not interested in Gold Coast Suns' Harley Bennell's services

Harley Bennell.

West Coast boss Trevor Nisbett has declared that his club is not in the race to secure the services of troubled Gold Coast star Harley Bennell.

West Coast Eagles,AFL News,AFL | Brad Elborough | Mon Oct 05 15:45:58 EST 2015

NRL decider attracts second biggest grand final television audience of all-time

Tuning in: Johnathan Thurston and the Cowboys drew a big audience to watch their grand final win over the Brisbane Broncos on Sunday.

Who said an all-Queensland grand final would be bad for the game and that no one would tune in?

League News,Rugby League | Tom Decent | Mon Oct 05 13:39:55 EST 2015

Malcolm Turnbull's sliding doors moment - the Washington posting that went begging

He's now got the top job in Australia but could Malcolm Turnbull have been our top man in Washington?

It's one of Australia's most sought-after diplomatic postings, and it was Malcolm Turnbull's if he wanted it.

Political News | James Massola, political correspondent | Mon Oct 05 15:51:08 EST 2015

The Long Run

Sneaky training: exercise hard without ruining your life (and everyone else's)

Preparing for a big event can be enormously draining - and not just for the athlete.

Executive Style | Pip Coates | Mon Oct 05 14:43:37 EST 2015


Midas touch lights up the market

A selection of items made by Charles de Temple to be sold by Shapiro Auctioneers in Sydney on October 20.

Jewellery is hot right now as those with some spare cash invest in precious jewels rather than under-performing stocks and shares.

Investing | James Cockington | Tue Oct 06 14:00:00 EST 2015

Inmates on drugs set for discipline as government reject calls for security review

The opposition claims the government's approach to drugs at the Alexander Maconochie Centre are not working.

ACT News | Henry Belot | Mon Oct 05 23:30:00 EST 2015

AFL grand final 2015: West Coast Eagles to offer Adam Simpson a new deal

Coach Adam Simpson thanks Eagles faithful on Sunday at Domain Stadium.

West Coast coach Adam Simpson is set to be rewarded with a contract extension after guiding the Eagles through to this year's grand final.

AFL News,West Coast Eagles,AFL | Mon Oct 05 15:54:04 EST 2015

Dead moles and bat blood: 10 bizarre cures from throughout history

Smoking as a cure for asthma? We look at ten weird and wonderful cures from the pages of history.

Sci-Tech | Mon Oct 05 15:29:13 EST 2015

Napthine, Mulder lead Liberal byelection TV campaign

Bowing out: Denis Napthine

Former premier Denis Napthine and his former transport minister are front and centre of a Liberal party campaign advertisement for two byelectins which are shaping as intriguing contests.

Victoria | Richard Willingham | Mon Oct 05 15:23:01 EST 2015

Police uncover car rebirthing operation, $1 million in stolen vehicles

Police arrest a 48-year-old man as he gets off a plane at Sydney Airport over an alleged car rebirthing operation

Police allegedly uncovered 25 stolen cars and other vehicles worth more than $1 million at a wreckers' yard in Leppington on Thursday morning.

NSW | Stephanie Gardiner | Mon Oct 05 15:35:56 EST 2015

Baby hit by car at Teewah Beach campsite

A baby has been airlifted to hospital after being hit by a reversing car at a popular beach campsite.

Queensland | Jorge Branco | Mon Oct 05 16:08:53 EST 2015

Syria trip was to help people, not kill them, Victorian court told


It was Amin Mohamed's destiny to travel to war-torn Syria to help people, not kill them, a court has heard.

Victoria | Mark Russell | Mon Oct 05 14:18:27 EST 2015

Bank risk spreads at two-year highs on China fears

Credit markets are grappling with falling commodity prices which has pushed up the spreads for Australia's big banks and miners.

The debt of Australian banks has been caught up in the turbulence in credit markets as risk spreads move to their highest in two years.

Banking & Finance | Jonathan Shapiro | Mon Oct 05 13:53:17 EST 2015

Workers need penalty rates, despite push by business

Jenna Price.

Workers need penalty rates, despite push by business

Comment | Jenna Price | Mon Oct 05 23:45:00 EST 2015

Leichhardt mayor Darcy Byrne says landlords should pay for dying high streets

Darling Street, Balmain, has suffered a loss of tenants.

Landlords should be penalised for leaving main street properties vacant, says a Sydney mayor proposing a "carrot and stick" approach to reviving the waning fortunes of some of the city's well-known...

NSW | Leesha McKenny | Mon Oct 05 13:42:01 EST 2015

Malcolm Turnbull to meet family of police employee, Curtis Cheng, shot dead in Sydney

Malcolm Turnbull

 Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he will speak to the family of the Sydney police employee who was shot dead by a high school student on the weekend.

Political News | Latika Bourke | Mon Oct 05 13:39:25 EST 2015

Grass fire destroys police car stopped in long grass

A police car burns after catching fire in grass beside a road west of Brisbane.

Fire has destroyed a police car after a traffic stop gone wrong west of Brisbane.

Queensland | Jorge Branco | Mon Oct 05 19:29:20 EST 2015

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