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Memorial for Landsdale toddler Sam Trott underway at lake where he drowned

A memorial will be built to remember two-year-old Sam Trott.

Construction work will begin on Monday to build a playground in honour toddler Sam Trott, who drowned in a Lansdale lake in December 2014.

WA News,Special | Heather McNeill | Mon Jun 27 14:05:25 EST 2016

Parramatta Eels use World Cup as lure to convince Semi Radradra to snub French rugby

Green and gold: Semi Radradra made his debut for the Kangaroos this year.

Eels boss Ian Schubert has confirmed the club has begun negotiations with the winger about a new long-term contract.

League News,Rugby League | Chris Barrett | Mon Jun 27 19:00:00 EST 2016

Struggle Street fails as inspiration porn, but it's a great opportunity

Ashley Kennedy's family was at the centre of <i>Struggle Street</i>, an SBS series that detractors accused of being 'poverty porn'.

Comment: We're so addicted to 'inspiration porn', we can't see Struggle Street for the opportunity that it is.

TV & Radio | Michael Lallo | Mon Jun 27 15:46:12 EST 2016

Raiders praise tough-nut Jack Wighton for playing despite being unable to talk

Jack Wighton of the Raiders is tackled against the Gold Coast.

Raiders fullback Jack Wighton was in so much pain with an injured sternum that he could barely talk.

Canberra Raiders,League News,Newcastle Knights,Gold Coast Titans,Rugby League | Chris Dutton | Mon Jun 27 15:25:40 EST 2016

Matthew Wade, Mitch Marsh star as Australia win ODI final

Stand-out: Matthew Wade made 57 as Australia won the tri-series final against the West Indies.

Matthew Wade rallied with the bat then Mitch Marsh roared with the ball as Australia defeated West Indies by 58 runs in the ODI tri-series final in Barbados.

Cricket | Rob Forsaith | Mon Jun 27 10:49:23 EST 2016

ANALYSIS

Brexit hardball: the European Union will treat Britain like Greece

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras last week. The Greeks also told the EU

In the cause of its own salvation the European Union can be profoundly flexible and exceptionally brutal.

World | Matthew Holehouse | Mon Jun 27 11:55:32 EST 2016

Daryl Gibson wants Taqele Naiyaravoro to push for Wallabies starting spot

Taqele Naiyaravoro

Daryl Gibson says he will pick returning Waratah Taqele Naiyaravoro on the wing against the Sunwolves in Tokyo this weekend and believes he can use his three Super Rugby games this season to push for...

Waratahs,Union News,Rugby Union | Tom Decent | Mon Jun 27 17:00:00 EST 2016

David Pope's view June 28, 2016

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

ACT News | Mon Jun 27 19:35:52 EST 2016

Brexit leaves sharemarkets in uncharted territory

Elizabeth Knight.

Uncertainty is the new normal after the Brexit. We don't know how long it will last and how much damage it will cause.

Markets,Business | Elizabeth Knight | Mon Jun 27 10:28:13 EST 2016

Melbourne weather: City shivers through coldest day of the year so far

Thought it was cold? Monday was the coldest day of the year in Melbourne so far.

The city is shivering through its coldest days of the year so far.

Victoria | Anna Prytz and Daniella Miletic | Mon Jun 27 16:10:56 EST 2016

Luxury Cars

Lamborghini 700 HP pays tribute to the classic Miura

Lamborghini's Aventador Miura Homage is a riot of red and gold.

Lamborghini revives one of its greatest ever hits for a golden anniversary.

Executive Style | Stephen Lacey | Mon Jun 27 16:11:53 EST 2016

View from the Street: Election 2016: What good luck! What bad luck!

Your news of the election, reduced to a snarky rant.

View From The Street | Andrew P Street | Mon Jun 27 16:10:17 EST 2016

Julie Bishop: The Coalition's gold-standard electoral asset and just as lethal

Election 2016. 26 June 2016. Deputy Lberal Leader and foreign minister Julie Bishop addresses the party at the national Liberal party campaign rally in Homebush in Sydney on the 26th of June 2016. Photo Dominic Lorrimer

In Chess, as in politics, the Bishop is a highly valued piece because it may move as far as it wants, "but only diagonally" meaning it is vital but cannot rival its King or Queen.

Federal Election 2016 Opinion,Political Opinion | Mark Kenny Chief political correspondent | Mon Jun 27 10:51:39 EST 2016

Election 2016: Labor's unlikely win slips away, analysis of 11 major polls finds

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.

Bill Shorten remains close but his chances of snaring an unlikely against-the-odds victory appear to be fading.

Federal Election 2016 | Mark Kenny chief political correspondent | Mon Jun 27 15:02:12 EST 2016

City of Perth retracts parking fine after viral video

CCTV of the City of Perth parking inspector chalking Mr Pham's van.

The City of Perth has retracted a fine it issued a Perth driver after CCTV footage the man posted online, allegedly showing a parking inspector falsely chalking his van and issuing a fine, went viral.

WA News | Heather McNeill | Mon Jun 27 18:59:18 EST 2016

Melbourne's first transsexual brothel for sale

After more than two decades of operation, Melbourne transsexual brothel PleasureDome is up for sale.

Holding a real estate inspection at brothel is quite similar to showing potential property buyers around a doctor's surgery, Dixon Kestles director Simon Regan politely explains.

Victoria | Aisha Dow | Mon Jun 27 17:12:15 EST 2016

Fisherman films whale shark encounter on camera in Ningaloo

A whale shark stops by during a fishing trip

A fisherman has filmed a close encounter with a whale shark during a fishing trip in West Australia's north east.

WA News | James Mooney | Mon Jun 27 15:08:29 EST 2016

Team of the Week: International weekend 3

Here's the 15 players from the loaded round of internationals who were the pick of the bunch in their positions on the weekend.

Union News,Rugby Union | Paul Cully | Mon Jun 27 17:40:31 EST 2016

Canterbury Bulldogs flyer Brett Morris not eyeing State of Origin berth

Welcome back: Brett Morris marks his comeback with a dynamic performance.

Brett Morris needed all of 80 minutes to prove he has barely missed a beat after nine months out. But he doesn't even have designs on the Bulldogs No.1 jumper - let alone a State of Origin berth.

League News,Canterbury Bulldogs,Rugby League | Adam Pengilly | Mon Jun 27 18:00:00 EST 2016

Democrats shackled by cynicism in guns fight

Democratic lawmakers appear united in their support for a new wave of anti-terror gun legislation, but civil libertarians in the party are deeply concerned.

Comment | Nicole Hemmer | Mon Jun 27 18:00:00 EST 2016

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