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Racing and rowing: dairy farmer caps big day with Sir Mako at Rosehill

Good things come to those who wait: Tim Clark after winning on Sir Mako at Rosehill.

They reckon Chris Waller is patient with his horses? ry telling New Zealand dairy farmer Jane Nugent-O'Leary.

Horseracing | Adam Pengilly | Sat Jul 04 17:00:00 EST 2015

Saving China from itself: how the world's biggest polluter is dealing with climate change

Hai Zhengjun, 64, in front of his former cave dwelling. The land where Hai and his family live has an average annual rainfall of 300-500 millimetres.

Large industrialised cities, the engine room of modern China's surging economic growth, are proving the catalyst for an urgent shift in the government's environmental disposition.

UN Climate Conference,World,Environment | Philip Wen and Sanghee Liu | Sat Jul 04 17:43:00 EST 2015

Crown accused of misconduct over high roller's $17 million losing streak


A high-roller who lost $17 million in less than week playing baccarat is suing Crown Casino for "deceptive and misleading" conduct, claiming he was playing on a dodgy table.

Victoria | Chris Vedelago, Cameron Houston | Sun Jul 05 00:15:00 EST 2015

Legendary guitarist

Johnny Marr on the confidence to go from Smiths man to side man to main man

Johnny Marr says his goal is to write a better song, record a better LP and be a better frontman.

 The most important guitarist of his generation. Could write a song too.

Music | Bernard Zuel | Sun Jul 05 00:15:00 EST 2015

The Rules: Stay in bloom all year

That look: Amanda Seyfried.

A picture has made me happy because it has extended the possibilities of my wardrobe at one glance.

National | Maggie Alderson | Sun Jul 05 00:15:00 EST 2015

Australians warned of checkout pain as dollar hits six-year low

Australians could feel a pinch at the checkout as the falling dollar drives up the cost of importing goods like electronics, clothes and cars, economists say.

Business,Currencies | Patrick Hatch | Sat Jul 04 16:28:36 EST 2015

Live score: Super Rugby final - Hurricanes v Highlanders

There will be a first-time winner of the Super Rugby title in this all-New Zealand final.

Rugby Union Match Centre,Rugby Union | Sat Jul 04 17:52:13 EST 2015

Pssst: Melbourne and Daniel Cross at the crossroad

Daniel Cross wants to play again.

Melbourne could soon be forced to make a difficult decision on a warhorse midfielder.

AFL News,AFL | Jon Pierik and Daniel Cherny | Sat Jul 04 18:00:00 EST 2015

Gold Coast Titans interested in out-of-favour Newcastle Knight Tyrone Roberts

Wanted man: Tyrone Roberts.

The Gold Coast has earmarked Tyrone Roberts as a fallback halves option should they lose out on the signature of Trent Hodkinson to Newcastle.

League News,Gold Coast Titans,Newcastle Knights,Rugby League | Adrian Proszenko | Sat Jul 04 18:15:00 EST 2015

Are Australians being conditioned subconsciously for a new norm?

<i>Illustration: Michael Leunig</i>

The norm is terrifying and yet as a society we fail to notice its approach.

Comment | Warwick McFadyen | Sun Jul 05 00:15:00 EST 2015

Live Stupid Saturday: St George Illawarra Dragons v North Queensland Cowboys

Steve Mascord

Follow full live coverage of the clash between the Dragons and the Cowboys.

Rugby League Match Centre,League News,Rugby League | Steve Mascord | Sat Jul 04 18:01:35 EST 2015

Alex McKinnon's parents recall on '60 Minutes' the moment their son was paralysed

Scott and Kate McKinnon speak to Liz Hayes.

When the footballer was tackled to the ground, everything stopped. More than a year on, the moment is still raw.

Rugby League,TV & Radio | Tim Connell | Sat Jul 04 16:05:44 EST 2015

Ashes 2015: Kevin Pietersen and Ian Bell bagged me about my technique, says Steve Smith

Cricket - Australia Nets - The Essex County Ground, Chelmsford - 30/6/15
Australia's Steve Smith during nets
Action Images via Reuters / Peter Cziborra

Steve Smith has revealed how Kevin Pietersen and Ian Bell chipped him about his technique and his place in the Australian side two years ago but says now: "they might view me a little bit...

Cricket,The Ashes | Chris Barrett | Sat Jul 04 18:00:00 EST 2015

Fatigues prepared me for pinstripes

Bosses reveal six things the armed forces teach that equip business owners for battle.

Growing | Caroline James | Mon Jul 06 00:00:00 EST 2015

Kathleen Syme Library opens bringing a new hub to the Carlton community

Omotayo Daib with Matilda Barry at the Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre in Carlton.

If books are all but dead, why has the City of Melbourne built three new libraries in the past three years, with a fourth one in the pipeline? These have been big investments.

Victoria | John Elder | Sun Jul 05 00:15:00 EST 2015

Will Aussies skydive without a parachute?

Indoor and outdoor operators say the sky is the limit in the freefall market.

Entrepreneur | Caroline James | Mon Jul 06 00:00:00 EST 2015

The health tip you need to survive

Health and wellness

What's the one piece of information you need to stave off sickness this winter?

Trends | Sylvia Pennington | Mon Jul 06 00:00:00 EST 2015

TechKnow: Convertible notebooks are desktop and tablets in one

Both HP and Dell's models are 13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen notebooks running a full version of Windows 8.1.

HomeTech | Adam Turner | Sun Jul 05 00:15:00 EST 2015

Pet ambulance offers intensive care to sick animals in Canberra

 Claudia Blackley, Jarrod Male and their dog Moose. They are the owners and operators of Pet Ambulance, and have just purchased a new pet ambulance which was a former ambulance for people.

The Canberra Times

Photo Jamila Toderas

It was pitch black at 1am when Claudia Blackley and Jarrod Male got the call out.

ACT News,Canberra Life | Kimberley Le Lievre | Sat Jul 04 16:17:57 EST 2015

Travel deals: Bike through France, take a tiger safari in India or set sail on a windjammer

Whether you need a break now, next month or next year, we have the deal for you.

Travel | Julietta Jameson | Sun Jul 05 00:15:00 EST 2015

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