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Buyer outraged when apartment contract cancelled at Surry Hills' East Central

An artist's impression of the East Central development on Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills.

After a two-year wait for her new apartment, Tara Ende received a letter from the developer saying her contract had been cancelled.

Features | Sue Williams | Mon Aug 31 08:07:58 EST 2015

Arthur Sinodinos slams cabinet ministers for 'political sabotage' of Abbott government

Senator Arthur Sinodinos.

Respected NSW senator Arthur Sinodinos has launched an extraordinary attack on his former ministerial colleagues for leaking against Treasurer Joe Hockey, calling on Prime Minister...

Political News | James Massola | Mon Aug 31 10:10:08 EST 2015

Melbourne weather: Coldest winter in 26 years keeps a tight grip on city

Winter chills: Don't forget your scarf today.

Even now, on the 92nd day of winter, the cold is refusing to loosen it's white-knuckle grip on poor Melbourne.

Victoria | Daniella Miletic | Mon Aug 31 12:31:19 EST 2015

Beware men who never get over a first love

Tom Courtenay.

Men who pine after their first love are probably unhappy in their current relationship but are afraid to confront it.

Comment | Rowan Pelling | Mon Aug 31 13:29:16 EST 2015


Apple TV: new details surface on remote

The Apple TV hasn't had a significant upgrade in some time.

Among the many reports on a reveal of a revamped Apple TV is a redesign of the set-top box's remote.

HomeTech,Digital Life News | Brett Molina | Mon Aug 31 15:36:19 EST 2015


Canberra Cockatoos competitor Ian Lawford claims double at national orienteering league

Canberra Cockatoos competitor Ian Lawford won two races at the national orienteering league at Ballarat on the weekend.

Canberra Cockatoos competitor Ian Lawford warmed up for the Australian championships, winning two races at the national orienteering league at Ballarat last weekend.

ACT Sport | Mon Aug 31 17:03:57 EST 2015

Police Minister receives real Louis Vuitton belt to replace fake one

Louis Vuitton.

Presence may be the best present, but a sense of humour also never goes astray when it comes to gifts presented to politicians.

Queensland | Amy Remeikis | Mon Aug 31 14:59:46 EST 2015

Brisbane Festival: What's on the first weekend, September 3-6

Brisbane Festival kicks off this weekend. Each week of the festival, we'll be providing readers with a snapshot of the biggest events and some of their back-stories.

Queensland | Simon Holt | Mon Aug 31 17:24:24 EST 2015

Woolworths shares fall amid growing risk of price war

As Woolworths' new chairman prepares to take the reins, shares in Australia's largest retailer have fallen 4 per cent amid growing risk of a price war.

Retail | Sue Mitchell | Mon Aug 31 15:42:45 EST 2015


The great pocket money rip-off

The piggy bank is filling up as Australian kids reap the rewards of generous - or guilty - parents.

Most parents give pocket money to their children, but very few of the kids do anything at all to earn it.

Saving | Mon Aug 31 15:29:55 EST 2015

Two men bashed in Mackay, one critically injured

Mackay detectives are hunting a person they believe responsible for two separate bashings that left one man unconscious with serious head injuries on Sunday night.

Queensland | Kim Stephens | Mon Aug 31 14:35:35 EST 2015

Business data prompt GDP downgrade

Operating profits fell 3.9 per cent on the year, in line with expectations.

Business stock was flat in the June quarter, while sales dropped slightly and gross operating profit fell for the year.

The Economy | Mark Mulligan | Mon Aug 31 11:09:06 EST 2015

Girl allegedly set on fire by father in Doubleview still critical in hospital

A three-year-old girl who was allegedly set on fire by her father on Friday remains in a critical but stable condition in Princess Margaret Hospital on Monday afternoon.

WA News | Brendan Foster and Adrian Beattie | Mon Aug 31 15:18:15 EST 2015

Fremantle Dockers: why finishing top doesn't guarantee an AFL premiership

PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA - JULY 18: Dockers coach Ross Lyon addresses the players at the quarter time break during the round 16 AFL match between the Fremantle Dockers and the Carlton Blues at Domain Stadium on July 18, 2015 in Perth, Australia.  (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Fremantle may have clinched its first minor premiership, but finishing on top of the AFL ladder far from guarantees a team grand final success.

Fremantle Dockers,AFL News,AFL | Brad Elborough | Mon Aug 31 11:48:15 EST 2015

Daniel Wells could still play in finals, say North Melbourne after scans

Daniel Wells in action against Coburg on the weekend.

North Melbourne insist Daniel Wells could still play a part in their finals campaign, with scans showing he suffered a minor calf strain in the VFL on the weekend.

AFL News,North Melbourne Kangaroos,VFL,AFL | Daniel Cherny | Mon Aug 31 12:12:42 EST 2015

Melbourne coach Paul Roos heralds more on-field changes at Demons

Melbourne coach Paul Roos.

Melbourne coach Paul Roos has warned club supporters of even more changes to on-field personnel over the off-season.

AFL News,Melbourne Demons,AFL | Brad Elborough | Mon Aug 31 13:16:25 EST 2015

ASX suffers worst month since global financial crisis

Another strong day of trading in China and an impressive bounce in oil prices on Thursday night helped the ASX end Friday higher.

Another session of hefty losses - with the big banks and Woolies hit hard - meant the local sharemarket posted its worst monthly performance in nearly seven years.

Markets | Stephen Cauchi | Mon Aug 31 10:07:09 EST 2015

ASX set for strong recovery, Deutsche's top stock picks include Harvey Norman

In addition to the big four banks, financial market plays and healthcare stocks, Echo Entertainment is a strong buy.

History suggests the ASX 200 index is on track for gains of about 10 per cent over the next six to 12 months – as long as Australia avoids a recession, Deutsche Bank says.

Markets | Stephen Cauchi | Mon Aug 31 10:18:13 EST 2015

The Gods of Rugby Heaven: The wingers

Need some help deciding who should wear the No. 11 and 14 in your team? Here's a rundown of the candidates.

Gods of Rugby Heaven,Rugby World Cup,Rugby Union | Stephen Samuelson | Mon Aug 31 16:00:00 EST 2015

The Gods of Rugby Heaven: The number eights

Need some help deciding who should wear the No.8 jersey in your team? Here's a rundown of the candidates.

Gods of Rugby Heaven,Union News,Rugby World Cup,Rugby Union | Rupert Guinness | Mon Aug 31 16:00:00 EST 2015

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