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Golden State Warriors rally to beat Portland Trail Blazers in NBA Playoffs

Great escape: Warriors duo Draymond Green celebrates with teammate Andre Iguodala.

The Golden State Warriors held the Portland Trail Blazers to three field goals over the final 8:58 of the game on Tuesday, rallying from an 11-point deficit to record a 110-99 victory in Game 2 of...

Basketball,US Sports | Wed May 04 16:33:53 EST 2016

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg calls on Brazilians to protest for change

Mark Zuckerberg called on Brazilians to protest to uphold democracy.

Mark Zuckerberg has entered unlikely political territory, calling on Brazilians to put pressure on the already embattled government to ensure citizens' democratic rights are upheld.

World | Lia Timson | Wed May 04 16:38:23 EST 2016

Goulburn Stags draw NPL leaders Cooma Tigers in FFA Cup draw

Osman Fofanah (left) of Cooma Tigers and his teammates will face Goulburn in the FFA Cup.

State League 1 side Goulburn Stags face a David versus Goliath battle after drawing National Premier League leaders Cooma Tigers in the fourth round draw of the FFA Cup qualifiers.

ACT Sport,Soccer | Wed May 04 17:10:26 EST 2016

Teen girl and elderly woman taken to hospital during bad afternoon on Canberra roads

14-year-old girl and 90-year-old woman taken to hospital, with another five-car crash hurting others.

ACT News | Wed May 04 16:58:55 EST 2016

Islamic State recruiter Neil Prakash killed by US strike in Iraq

Neil Prakash, also known as Abu Khalid al-Cambodi, was targeted by US fighter planes.

The most senior Australian fighting with Islamic State, Neil Prakash, has been killed in a US air strike in Iraq.

National,World | David Wroe | Thu May 05 00:00:00 EST 2016

New Santos CEO Kevin Gallagher to slice costs harder before more asset sales

New Santos chief executive Kevin Gallagher says there'll be a reshaping of Santos once a cost-cutting and stabilisation phase is finished.

Business | Simon Evans and Angela Macdonald-Smith | Wed May 04 16:42:23 EST 2016

Sigma Pharmaceuticals expects 10pc rise in 1H earnings

The acquisition will add another 141 pharmacies to Sigma's network.

Sigma Pharmaceuticals says it is on track to lift underlying earnings by at least 10 per cent in the first half.

Business | Wed May 04 17:22:31 EST 2016

Canadian wildfire forces evacuation order for entire city

A small plane flies overhead as the 80,000 inhabitants of Fort McMurray were ordered to evacuate.

The Canadian province of Alberta has raced to evacuate the 80,000 residents of Fort McMurray, where an uncontrolled wildfire was taking hold in the country's oil sands region.

World | Nia Williams | Wed May 04 18:00:18 EST 2016


Budget 2016: How the super changes affect you

Superannuation was the big hit in the budget. This is your guide to what's changing.

Super & Funds | John Collett | Thu May 05 00:15:00 EST 2016

The rise of Melbourne's 'iceberg houses'

An artist's impression of the exterior of the Gipps Street

From the outside they look like any normal terrace home, but they're sitting upon a deep labyrinth of additional rooms, all built below ground level.

Victoria | Aisha Dow | Wed May 04 16:40:19 EST 2016

AFL 2016: Up to seven out as teams play safe on head injuries

Tests: Ben Sinclair of the Magpies is recovering from his second concussion this season.

Clubs' care for players recovering from head injuries could see up to seven players held back this week.

AFL News,AFL | Emma Quayle | Wed May 04 18:50:25 EST 2016

LJ Hooker franchise collapse: what happened and what's next?

Judy Thanh Truc and Joseph Ngo.

Millions of dollars missing, questions about agents' commissions and vendors fear they may default on their mortgage. So what exactly is going on?

Latest News | Christina Zhou | Thu May 05 00:15:00 EST 2016

LNP leadership spill: Jeff Seeney's push to oust Lawrence Springborg helps Labor

Jeff Seeney believed his talents were languishing on the opposition backbench.

Having played a leading role in putting the LNP into opposition, Jeff Seeney is now keeping them there.

That Thinking Feeling,Comment | Madonna King | Wed May 04 17:52:47 EST 2016

Gen Y voters miss out again in this budget

Jasper Lindell

Scott Morrison's budget has given little thought to this election's new youth voter base.

Comment | Jasper Lindell | Wed May 04 17:00:00 EST 2016

Diamond the size of a tennis ball could fetch $94 million

A Sotheby's employee in New York holds the Lesedi La Rona - the largest diamond discovered in more than a century.

A three-billion-year-old diamond the size of a tennis ball - the largest discovered in more than a century - could sell for more than $US70 million ($94 million), auctioneer Sotheby's says.

World | Wed May 04 21:07:36 EST 2016

Multinational tax crackdown in budget shows cuts to ATO cost millions, says Labor

Labor MP Andrew Leigh.

The Turnbull Government's $4 billion raid on tax-dodging multinationals appears to amount to little more than the natural dividend of hiring extra staff to the depleted ranks of the Australian Tax...

Federal Budget,Public Service,Political News | Heath Aston | Wed May 04 17:08:01 EST 2016


How to get a 4G mobile service for less

Save money by choosing the right monthly SIM plan.

Only Telstra, Optus and Vodafone operate mobile networks in Australia, but you don't have to buy your service through them.

Saving | Angus Kidman | Thu May 05 00:15:00 EST 2016

Aged care funding cuts set to drive industry consolidation

Cuts: Treasurer Scott Morrison unveiled $1.2b of cuts to aged care funding.

The Turnbull government's $1.2 billion of aged care funding cuts could force smaller providers to close down or sell up and may lower standards of care for the elderly, industry groups warn.

Business | Tim Binsted | Wed May 04 17:33:47 EST 2016

Budget 2016: Hotline to help parents divert children from radicalisation

Justice Minister Michael Keenan's office said the hotline would operate in a similar way to domestic violence helplines.

Parents concerned their children are succumbing to religious radicalisation will be able to call a hotline for advice and counselling under a $4 million plan.

Political News,Federal Budget | David Wroe, National Security Correspondent | Wed May 04 16:44:26 EST 2016

Chinese to buy major stake in Victorian dairy company Burra Foods

The Burra Foods manufacturing plant in Korumburra.

One of China's biggest dairy farming companies has agreed to buy Korumburra-based "Burra Foods", in a deal that will give the Victorian dairy processor strong access to the surging Chinese market and...

Victoria | Darren Gray | Wed May 04 16:32:11 EST 2016

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