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Call for budding musicians to create the song for new Canberra event Mind Body Business

Independent songwriters and musicians take note.

Canberra Life | Jil Hogan | Fri May 29 16:00:00 EST 2015

Giro d'Italia 2015: Alberto Contador extends lead to more than five minutes

Spain's Aberto Contador

Alberto Contador increased his lead in the 18th stage of the Giro d'Italia with a well-timed attack on the leg's big climb, while former world champion Philippe Gilbert posted his second victory in...

Cycling | Fri May 29 12:53:11 EST 2015

Vivid Festival 2015: Robowars tournament brings warriors out of the metalwork

There's little that Erica Hediger loves more than rummaging through a pile of scrap metal or shopping for second-hand drill motors.

NSW | Michael Koziol | Fri May 29 13:05:10 EST 2015

Travel dead: Special Thou Walla Sunset Retreat package for couples, Port Stephens

The new Thou Walla Sunset Retreat on the tip of Soldiers Point has 33 refurbished self-contained villas with water views across Port Stephens and west over the bay towards the sunset each day. 

Travel | Julietta Jameson | Fri May 29 16:51:21 EST 2015

Former young businesswoman of the year Torie Mackinnon to stand trial over passenger's death

Torie Mackinnon - the 2012 Telstra Victorian young businesswoman of the year - will stand trial in November over the death of a passenger on her snorkel boat.

Victoria | Mark Russell and Adam Cooper | Fri May 29 12:19:42 EST 2015

Travel deals: Kids under 14 say for free at Daydream Island Resort and Spa, Great Barrier Reef

Daydream Island Resort and Spa, Great Barrier Reef.

Stay five nights at Daydream Island Resort and Spa in the Great Barrier Reef, with up to two kids, aged 14 and under, staying free.

Travel | Julietta Jameson | Fri May 29 16:43:06 EST 2015

Dyson Heppell at home among Indigenous Australians

AFL Sherrin

Dyson Heppell, Essendon's 2014 best and fairest winner, is a confident, happy young man.

AFL News,Essendon Bombers,AFL | Martin Flanagan | Fri May 29 14:15:00 EST 2015

Food & wine

Cape Town forage with Table Bay Hotel chef

Edible plants are more common in the confines of cities than you might imagine.

Our smart 'new Australians' knew that roadside fennel, wild garlic and other greens were not only free but delicious. They were way ahead of their time.

Travel | Lee Tulloch | Sat May 30 00:15:00 EST 2015

Baby, it's cold outside

Prepare your wardrobe for winter's plunging temperatures.

Be warned. Winter is coming.

National | Rachelle Unreich | Sun May 31 00:15:00 EST 2015

Queensland woman guilty of teen's murder

A 47-year-old woman has been found guilty of murder.

A 47-year-old Queensland woman has been found guilty of the brutal murder of teenager Shaune Gibson, whose body was found in a shallow grave west of Brisbane in 2012.

Queensland | Fri May 29 16:32:33 EST 2015

Australia and New Zealand abandon FIFA president Blatter

FIFA President Sepp Blatter.

Australia's and New Zealand's soccer governing bodies have both joined a bloc of richer nations which have turned against embattled FIFA president Sepp Blatter in the lead up to a crucial vote over...

Sport,World | Nick Miller, agencies | Fri May 29 17:17:28 EST 2015

Back injuries the most common and costliest in the workplace

Dan Thomas ran his own window cleaning business until a back injury forced him to reinvent his career.

NSW | Anna Patty | Fri May 29 13:06:22 EST 2015

Dead joey stuffed in senior public servant's letterbox as kangaroo cull tensions rise

CCTV cameras captured a dead joey being stuffed in the letter box of a highly-paid bureaucrat.

Public Service,ACT News | Phillip Thomson | Fri May 29 10:39:16 EST 2015

Vivid made my business

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 22:  The Sydney Opera House lights up on the opening night of Vivid at Circular Quay on May 22, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Cole Bennetts/Fairfax Media)

Meet the entrepreneurs who have used Sydney's winter light festival as a launchpad.

Entrepreneur | Christine D'Mello | Mon Jun 01 00:00:00 EST 2015

They didn't love Lucy

Lucille Ball's 'Scary Lucy' statue to be replaced after $20,000 donation

Dave Poulin's bronze sculpture of Lucille Ball in Celoron and, right, the comedian in <i>I Love Lucy</i>.

A "nightmare" statue to late comedian Lucille Ball will be replaced after her New York hometown for years called for it to be removed.

TV & Radio | Ebony Bowden | Fri May 29 14:28:39 EST 2015

Firefighters battling Welshpool factory fire

Smoke has been billowing from the factory since around 1.30pm

More than 50 firefighters are battling a fire at a factory in Welshpool on Friday afternoon.

WA News | Brendan Foster | Fri May 29 16:37:39 EST 2015

Kiwi group to take bigger bite of Australia as female dentists on rise

Abano Healthcare is at the forefront of a corporate push into dentistry.

It's the march of the Kiwi dentists. Abano Healthcare, listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange, has been aggressively buying up Australian dental practices at the rate of one every two or three...

Business | Simon Evans | Fri May 29 13:02:29 EST 2015

Want to be an overnight success?

Big win: Like anything of worth, a career takes time.

It's a long way to the top in rock 'n' roll. Can you make it big, fast in other fields?

Trends | Claire Dunn | Sun May 31 00:00:00 EST 2015

Droning on: what are the opportunities?

The local unmanned aerial vehicles could be about to consolidate, prompting a shake-up in the sector.

Entrepreneur | Nigel Bowen | Mon Jun 01 00:00:00 EST 2015

The Shipping News

Shipping news: Christmas on the Danube with Cruise Express on the Uniworld vessel River Princess

Luke Nguyen has recently opened GRAIN cooking studio in Ho Chi Minh City.

How about real princess, a horse-drawn carriage ride through the Bavarian forest and a visit to the traditional Christmas markets.

Travel | Brian Johnston | Sat May 30 00:15:00 EST 2015

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