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Iririki Island Resort & Spa: The Vanuatu resort with it's own swim-up casino

There's something incredibly decadent about being able to play blackjack in the waters of a tropical paradise.

Travel | Sue Williams | Sat Aug 27 00:15:00 EST 2016

Teen pregnancy program had a reverse effect: study

The simulators cry when they need to be fed, burped, rocked or changed.

Girls enrolled in the Virtual Infant Parenting Program were twice as likely to give birth in their teens than girls who who had no intervention.

Health | Kate Aubusson | Fri Aug 26 05:00:00 EST 2016

Ryan Lochte to attempt to waltz back into public favour on Dancing with the Stars

Ryan Lochte will reportedly bust a move on Dancing with the Stars.

The disgraced swimmer is heading from Rio De Janeiro straight into PR rehab 101: a stint on the American reality TV show Dancing with the Stars.

TV & Radio,Olympics Swimming,Olympics | Michael Idato | Fri Aug 26 03:11:02 EST 2016

Blackface outrage: Mother paints son's skin for Book Week parade

Book Week blackface: The boy dressed up as AFL footballer Nic Naitanui.

A mother who painted her son's skin black for a school Book Week parade has caused outrage on social media for a moment she described as a "parenting win".

Victoria | Timna Jacks | Thu Aug 25 19:33:24 EST 2016

Ken Spunner obituary: From trapping rabbits to shire president: boy from Sorrento had a long and versatile life

Ken Spunner.

Ken Spunner, the descendant of a 19th-century limeburner, rose to become head of the Mornington Peninsula's peak planning body and was twice elected president of the Shire of Flinders.

Obituaries | Suzanne Spunner and Mike Hast | Thu Aug 25 23:37:03 EST 2016

Late bid to save Brisbane Lions coach Justin Leppitsch from the axe

Beseiged: Lions coach Justin Leppitsch.

A last-ditch attempt to save Justin Leppitsch from the axe at Brisbane has emerged in recent days after a robust board meeting on Tuesday which saw powerbroker Leigh Matthews insist upon adjourning...

AFL News,Brisbane Lions,AFL | Caroline Wilson | Thu Aug 25 20:33:00 EST 2016

Sri Lanka's Tillakaratne Dilshan to retire after Australia series

Retiring: Tillakaratne Dilshan

Sri Lanka's Tillakaratne Dilshan will quit international cricket after the ongoing limited overs series against Australia, the swashbuckling opener announced.

Cricket | Thu Aug 25 20:27:13 EST 2016

French PM Manuel Valls defends burkini ban as global backlash grows

Activists wearing masks protest outside the French embassy during, the

Photographs of armed police ordering a Muslim woman on a beach in the Mediterranean city of Nice to partially disrobe went viral on social media this week, upsetting many French Muslims and causing...

World | Fri Aug 26 02:39:18 EST 2016

Man allegedly threatened fire-fighters with an axe as house burned, say police

Police allege the man confronted the fire-fighters as they tried to save the house.

NSW | Fri Aug 26 04:02:58 EST 2016

Editorial cartoon

editorial cartoon

The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of the Herald's editorial cartoonist.

Comment | Fri Aug 26 00:00:00 EST 2016

Moving house? Don't start packing without these eight painless tips

You've been perusing real estate apps for months, have gone to countless house inspections and finally found the home of your dreams.

Advice | Sophie Miura | Fri Aug 26 00:00:00 EST 2016

Kate Carnell calls for action on small business banking

Small businesses want a mechanism set up so they can get their issues with banks sorted out quickly.

Finance | Bhakthi Puvanenthiran | Fri Aug 26 00:00:00 EST 2016

Why lack of sleep makes you a bad boss

What we're now learning is that sleep isn't an obstacle; it's an enabler.

Work In Progress | James Adonis | Fri Aug 26 00:00:00 EST 2016

Brisbane City Council redraws flood risk maps

Brisbane City Council has revised its flood data, affecting thousands of homes.

A series of Brisbane City Council catchment studies has reassessed the flood risk to 6200 properties, and while more than 3700 were found to be better off, it was bad news for almost 750 Brisbane...

Queensland | Cameron Atfield | Fri Aug 26 00:00:00 EST 2016


Morrison picks lazy option, targets poor

I was thrilled to hear that in Scott Morrison's "economic headland" speech he will address the problem of the "taxed and taxed-nots" ("Morrison issues stark warning", August 25).

SMH Letters | Fri Aug 26 00:00:00 EST 2016

In the Herald: August 26, 1986

Hawke buckets Europe and the US                                                ...

Comment | Harry Hollinsworth | Fri Aug 26 00:00:00 EST 2016

Adam Giles and the problem with Territory politics

SMH editorial dinkus

Too many Australians laugh off the Territory's corruption and injustice, notwithstanding the suffering involved and the wastage of national taxpayer funds.

SMH Editorial | Fri Aug 26 00:00:00 EST 2016

Rags to Riches: CBR Brave's miraculous turnaround earns them a new home

Canberra Brave fans could have a new

CBR Brave's short history has turned around ice hockey in Canberra and now they're being rewarded with a new ice rink to call home.

ACT Sport | Tom Corrigan | Fri Aug 26 00:00:00 EST 2016

Prince review: Mick Walls captures the life of the enigmatic US music legend

What emerges most strongly from this portrait is the chameleon quality of both the man and his music.

Books | Fiona Capp | Fri Aug 26 00:15:00 EST 2016

Maggie's Kitchen review: Caroline Beecham's accomplished debut of war and love

This is Caroline Beecham's first novel, but it is so well structured and fictionalises its fascinating historical sources so successfully that it reads like the work of a veteran storyteller.

Books | Kerryn Goldsworthy | Fri Aug 26 00:15:00 EST 2016

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