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Ella Rubeli 3:06 PM The prestigious Bowness Photography Prize is open for entries and will be judged by Australian artist Bill Henson.
Philippa Hawker 2:53 PM Awake: The Story Of Yogananda
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Michael Koziol 12:39 PM From wedding guests blocking their ears to celebrants apologising for their own words, straight couples are protesting Australia's ban on gay marriage in innovative ways.
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Megan Levy 12:17 PM A mystery woman who turned up in a coastal Californian town suffering from amnesia says she has had vivid dreams about an unknown man.
John Garnaut, Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker 10:48 AM Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop has promised that Australia will not be "a safe haven for the proceeds of corruption" in Papua New Guinea, as police in both countries probe the role of Australian lawyers there.
Kate Aubusson 6:56 AM Hillsong has played an interview with controversial US pastor Mark Driscoll at its national conference on a giant screen at Allphones Arena in Sydney this week despite Church organisers saying they had cancelled his appearance.
Michaela Whitbourn 2:08 AM Joe Hockey has become the first Australian politician to successfully sue for defamation over a tweet.
John Garnaut and David Wroe 9:02 PM Australia's top public servant has dismissed any prospect of China leading the world, saying the economic giant is neither willing nor able to solve global problems.
Margaret Scheikowski 8:55 PM Landmark study shows the death toll that comes with a love of sugary drinks.
Markus Mannheim 8:55 PM On Wednesday, the government will relinquish control over recruitment and hand responsibility back to agency heads.
Harriet Alexander 6:00 PM The region of the brain responsible for new memories and regulating emotions is smaller in the brains of people with recurrent depression, according to a global study that has implications for the treatment of young people.
Noel Towell 11:45 PM PM&C public servants get "significantly better offer" as bosses try to break deadlock.
Noel Towell 5:38 PM Delays expected at all major airports on Wednesday morning as part of industrial action.
Rory Callinan IS supporters sent Lindt chocolates to a potential recruit as part of an indoctrination campaign that referenced the deadly siege at Sydney's Lindt Cafe, according to The New York Times.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker, Michael Bachelard A prominent Australian political donor, furniture king Nick Scali, was subject to a serious investigation by Italian police over allegations that he tried to bribe a politician.
Kate Aubusson The mother-in-law of terrorist Khaled Sharrouf has made an emotional plea on national television for her daughter and grandchildren to return home.
Bridie Smith Stewart Duguid used to have an epileptic seizure every fortnight. He never knew when they would strike. But the seizures were debilitating and proved impossible to control with medication.
Nick Toscano, Ben Schneiders An attempt by the Health Services Union to claw back $1.3 million allegedly misappropriated by former national secretary Kathy Jackson is on hold amid claims of a rapid deterioration in her finances.
Rachel Olding The family of notorious terrorist Khaled Sharrouf have not ruled out sending a male relative to Syria to spirit the terrorist's wife and children back to Australia as their situation becomes increasingly desparate.
Nick Ralston She remembers eating breakfast at Perth's Cottesloe beach, dining out in Byron Bay and dreams of Sydney's Bondi. But this mystery woman knows nothing else about her life.