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French Open 2016: Bernard Tomic admits he shouldn't have made $10 million boast at Madrid Masters

PARIS, FRANCE - MAY 24:  Bernard Tomic of Australia reacts during the Men's Singles first round match against Brian Baker of the United States on day three of the 2016 French Open at Roland Garros on May 24, 2016 in Paris, France.  (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic has apologised for his controversial comments at the Madrid Masters earlier this month after he threw in the towel during the final point of his first-round match...

Tennis | Wed May 25 08:45:05 EST 2016

David Pope's view, May 25, 2016

The day's news seen through the eyes of The Canberra Times editorial cartoonist David Pope.

ACT News | Wed May 25 01:00:00 EST 2016

Wesfarmers profit to be hit by $2 billion in Target, coal write-downs

Wesfarmers chief executive Richard Goyder says the company has made tough decisions.

Wesfarmers' bottom line profit will be all but wiped out this year by write-downs✓ and restructuring costs of more than $2 billion on its ailing Target chain and its struggling coal business.

Business,Retail | James Thomson and Sue Mitchell | Wed May 25 08:45:25 EST 2016

TEDxSydney 2016 live video stream

TEDx

What do an intensive care doctor, political cartoonist, quantum physicist, fat activist, neuro-finance expert and survivor of a terrorist bombing have in common? They're all speaking at TEDxSydney...

Business | Wed May 25 07:18:43 EST 2016

Lauren Jackson to the rescue for Melbourne Boomers

Saviour: Lauren Jackson.

The Melbourne Boomers have been saved from ruin with freshly retired basketball superstar Lauren Jackson playing a pivotal role in a private takeover bid.

Basketball | Samantha Lane | Wed May 25 05:00:00 EST 2016

Citigroup says oil prices have 'turned a corner'

Crude oil prices have 'turned a corner' thanks to the Canadian wildifires and Nigerian disruptions that are pushing the market towards balance, Citigroup says.

Business | Angela Macdonald-Smith | Wed May 25 08:46:30 EST 2016

French Open 2016: Novak Djokovic responds to Nick Kyrgios' comments over umpire bias

Straight talker: Nick Kyrgios.

World No.1 Novak Djokovic says it was unnecessary of Nick Kyrgios to drag him into a verbal stoush with match umpire Carlos Ramos over a controversial code violation call.

Tennis | Wed May 25 06:30:01 EST 2016

Roger Rasheed launches scathing attack on Bernard Tomic over tennis star's behaviour

Under fire: Australia's Bernard Tomic.

Roger Rasheed shouldn't expect a Christmas card from Bernard Tomic this year after the tennis coach delivered a withering - and bizarrely-timed - attack on the Australian No.2.

Tennis | Wed May 25 10:17:25 EST 2016

Fears palliative care staff shortage could affect dying patients in final days

Anxiety was constant for 22-year-old Steph Ewing's family during her final days.

Health,NSW | Kate Aubusson | Wed May 25 01:00:00 EST 2016

Perth City Link blow: Mirvac aborts key land deal with State Government

The $5.3 billion Perth City Link project spans 13.5 hectares but is still inactive.

The state government's desire to develop major city projects simultaneously has been blamed for the collapse of its deal with Mirvac to develop key land sites for the $5.

WA News | David Prestipino | Wed May 25 09:05:38 EST 2016

Melbourne Express: Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Melbourne Express icons

Kick-start your day with live news, travel updates, weather and more.

Victoria | Wed May 25 05:43:22 EST 2016

Chechen strongman Ramzan A. Kadyrov, John Oliver tangle over cat

Ramzan Kadyrov, leader of Russia?s Chechnya region, in 2015.

When people disappear in the Russian republic of Chechnya - rights activists, journalists and government critics - there is usually no public discussion.

World | Neil MacFarquhar | Wed May 25 05:47:29 EST 2016

BRW Rich List: Apartment developers make up the young guns

Tim Gurner has entered the Rich List at number 141.

Three property entrepreneurs who made their fortunes flogging apartments are the youngest debutantes on this year's list of the wealthiest Australians.

Business,Property | Patrick Hatch | Wed May 25 07:13:34 EST 2016

Google's Paris offices raided by French tax investigators

French police and prosecutors swooped on Google's Paris offices, intensifying a tax-fraud probe amid accusations the Internet giant fails to pay its fair share across the European Union.

World,Business | Gaspard Sebag and Stephanie Bodoni | Wed May 25 01:32:45 EST 2016

Melbourne Victory must regroup and the future starts now

Victory coach Kevin Muscat.

In the end there was no fairytale ending. Not for Archie Thompson, nor for Melbourne Victory's two other departing internationals, Kiwi Kosta Barbarouses and Frenchman Matthieu Delpierre.

Soccer | Michael Lynch | Wed May 25 07:34:00 EST 2016

I would have beaten Daniel Ricciardo: dropped Red Bull driver Daniil Kvyat

Daniil Kvyat (right) says he would have outscored his Red Bull teammate this season if given a chance.

Still seething after being demoted by Red Bull, Russian Formula One driver Daniil Kvyat claims he would have outscored Australian teammate Daniel Ricciardo this season had he been given the chance.

Motorsport | Wed May 25 09:54:50 EST 2016

Donald Trump cheered housing crisis: Hillary Clinton

Big Trump target: Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.

Democrat Hillary Clinton, seeking to dampen Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's growing appeal with working-class voters, has accused him of having cheered on the 2008 housing market...

World,US Election | Wed May 25 05:19:41 EST 2016

Canberra weather: Temperature drops below freezing for first time in 2016

Canberra had its first frost of the year on Wednesday.

For the first time this year the mercury has dipped below zero in Canberra.

Weather,ACT News,Environment | Alexandra Back | Wed May 25 09:21:00 EST 2016

Travel tips

Why every other country is better to live in than Australia

The rest of the world always looks so much better when you're a tourist.

Have you ever idolised a place that probably doesn't deserve it?

Travel | Ben Groundwater | Wed May 25 09:00:00 EST 2016

M1 a hot spot for Queensland crashes

The M1 has been identified as a crash hotspot.

Queensland's M1 has been identified as a car crash hot spot in the state's south east.

Queensland | Wed May 25 06:15:32 EST 2016

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