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NSW State Election 2015 | Mon Sep 15 19:59:33 EST 2014

Former Nazi guard, 93, charged over 300,000 Auschwitz murders

A 93-year-old man German prosecutors said was a Waffen-SS volunteer at Auschwitz during World War II was charged with aiding in the murder of at least 300,000 people.

World | Karin Matussek | Tue Sep 16 19:57:29 EST 2014

Manly need Anthony Watmough to win, says Brett Stewart

Heading to Parramatta?: Anthony Watmough.

Brett Stewart may believe Manly "need" Anthony Watmough to win but the Sea Eagles will have to beat Canterbury minus their star back-rower after he accepted a one game ban for a dangerous throw.

Manly Sea Eagles,League News,Rugby League | Michael Carayannis, Adrian Proszenko | Tue Sep 16 15:52:27 EST 2014

Sydney Swans' Mr Fix-It ready to take on anyone

Speed ramp: Sydney Swans' Dane Rampe is happy to tag anyone.

There is no job too big or too small for Dane Rampe, who is revelling in his role as Sydney's Mr Fix-It.

Sydney Swans,AFL News,AFL | Andrew Wu | Tue Sep 16 20:00:00 EST 2014

End of an era: At the Movies hosts Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton call it a day

At The Movies with Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton.

After more than two decades on air, At the Movies hosts Margaret Pomeranz and David Stratton are putting an end to their famous partnership.

TV & Radio,Movies | Scott Ellis | Tue Sep 16 12:46:10 EST 2014

North Melbourne's Scott Thompson v Sydney's Lance Franklin ... Hercules versus the Hydra

Tall order: Scott Thompson has a herculean task on Buddy Franklin.

This weekend, North Melbourne’s Scott Thompson will need to be herculean, as the fullback faces football’s own version of the Hydra, Sydney spearhead Lance Franklin.

AFL News,Sydney Swans,North Melbourne Kangaroos,AFL | Liam Mannix | Tue Sep 16 16:22:56 EST 2014

ACT mental health unit security alarms opposition

The Opposition will call for an urgent review of security and nurse safety at Canberra's adult mental health unit because of increased violence at the facility.

ACT News | Natasha Boddy | Tue Sep 16 16:52:42 EST 2014

Can Abbott defeat IS in a war of character?


It's worth revisiting Tony Abbott's 2003 speech on terrorism to understand his approach now.

Comment | Jack Waterford | Tue Sep 16 16:14:23 EST 2014

A verdict written in blood

Whether Boomer would play for North Melbourne on Friday night hinged solely on whether the head clash he initiated was considered forceful impact.

AFL News,Geelong Cats,North Melbourne Kangaroos,AFL | Jesse Hogan | Tue Sep 16 19:44:13 EST 2014

Hurricane Odile batters Mexico's Baja resorts, knocks out power to most area

People look at the destruction caused by hurricane Odile after it knocked down trees and power lines in Cabo San Lucas, in Mexico's Baja California peninsula.

Tropical Storm Odile ground its way up Mexico's Baja California peninsula on Monday, gradually losing strength after forcing the evacuation of thousands and smashing shops open to looters in the...

World | Gerardo Esquerre | Tue Sep 16 20:06:51 EST 2014

MP Cesar Melhem's future unclear after royal commission slush fund revelations

Victorian Labor MP Cesar Melhem.

Victorian Labor MP faces an uncertain political future with Labor leader refusing to fully back the embattled MP over his handling of union slush fund.

Victoria,National | Royce Millar and Ben Schneiders | Tue Sep 16 17:31:30 EST 2014

Ken Henry slams Australian economic 'mercantilism'

Karl Henry: Australia needs a new economic

Former Treasury Secretary Ken Henry has slammed the obsession with an outdated concept of “international competitiveness” pervading Australia’s policymaking circles.

ACT News | Gareth Hutchens | Tue Sep 16 19:11:37 EST 2014

Vitor Saba in line to start Western Sydney Wanderers' ACL showdown with FC Seoul


There will be no spite and malice this time for Western Sydney Wanderers in the Asian Champions League after FC Seoul's coach condemned dirty tactics and says his side is aiming to progress to the...

Western Sydney Wanderers,Soccer | Dominic Bossi, Seoul | Tue Sep 16 14:08:59 EST 2014

Secret Victorian search powers extended to fight terrorism

Victorian police could be able to remotely add, delete and copy data in a computer if they think it could prevent a terrorist act.

National | Tammy Mills | Tue Sep 16 19:55:38 EST 2014

Pick a song

Rolling Stones taking requests for Australian tour

You - pick a song!

Australian Rolling Stones fans are sure to get satisfaction next month, with the veteran stadium rock legends asking what songs they want to hear on the band's upcoming 14 On Fire tour.

Music | Tue Sep 16 12:40:55 EST 2014

To succeed in Iraq, there must be boots on the ground

The US is leading several countries into a new and, as US President Barack Obama says, different kind of war in Iraq and possibly in Syria.

Comment | Malcolm Fraser | Wed Sep 17 00:15:00 EST 2014

Sims, Watmough cop NRL suspensions

Bronco Justin Hodges runs into a solid tackle from Cowboy Tariq Sims.

Key finals stars Anthony Watmough and Tariq Sims have both taken early guilty pleas at the NRL judiciary.

League News,Rugby League | Ben Horne | Tue Sep 16 13:57:11 EST 2014

Off the couch and down to business

Serving it up: US Open junior title winner Omar Jasika.

When Omar Jasika arrived at the airport last week to embark on the long journey home from New York with his US Open junior singles and doubles trophies, he was surprised to be redirected to the...

Tennis | Linda Pearce | Tue Sep 16 13:48:41 EST 2014

Brisbane Festival

The Perfect American review: New Philip Glass production an opera Disneyland

Christopher Purves as Walt Disney and Cheryl Barker as Hazel George in the Philip Glass opera The Perfect American.

It might not be the perfect opera, but such is the standard of its drama, design and execution that it overwhelmingly makes you feel that it is.

Opera,Stage | Reviewed by Michael Shmith | Tue Sep 16 10:45:58 EST 2014

An insider's survival guide to Mad Monday

Secret Footballer

It's an interesting day where the young fellas, full of false bravado, often lose their compass and their way.

AFL News,AFL | The Secret Footballer | Tue Sep 16 15:05:55 EST 2014

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