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Adrian Lowe

Adrian Lowe is The Age's AM homepage producer. He joined The Age in 2008 and has covered court and breaking news. He has also worked as a TV columnist.

Bracks loses post in 11th-hour sacking

Bracks: 'I thought I'd do a good job' (Thumbnail)

Josh Gordon, Daniel Flitton and Adrian Lowe Howard-era finance minister Nick Minchin has emerged as a contender to take over as consul-general in New York after Steve Bracks was dumped from the role as one of the first acts of the incoming...

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Support floods in for MONA founder in tax row

MONA.

Adrian Lowe Supporters of one of Tasmania's biggest tourist attractions are banding together to try to save its owner from a multimillion-dollar tax bill.

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Chinook mayday not heard

Lieutenant Marcus Sean Case.

Paul Millar and Adrian Lowe A lieutenant was'ramp riding' at the back of an army helicopter before it bucked out of control.

Welcome to Qantas, please hold - for 15 hours

How long is too long to wait on hold?

Adrian Lowe How long is too long to wait on hold? Thirty minutes? One hour? Try 15 hours, 40 minutes and one second.

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'Speak English or die' - terror on a suburban bus

video grab.

Adrian Lowe COMMUTERS were subjected to a horrifying display of racism and threats of violence on a Melbourne bus when a French woman was abused for singing in her native tongue.

A legacy of absolute goodness: Dame Elisabeth mourned

Rupert and Dame Elisabeth Murdoch.

Adrian Lowe Prime ministers and premiers past and present have paid tribute to Dame Elisabeth Murdoch's generosity and kind nature after she died on Wednesday, aged 103.

Police begin grim search for fire victims

Burnt houses at Dunalley on the east coast of Tasmania after a bushfire ravaged the town.

Andrew Darby, Hobart and Adrian Lowe Most of the nearly 100 people feared missing in bushfires in Tasmania have been accounted for and no deaths have been recorded so far, police say.

Workaholics down tools to get their lives back

Adrian Lowe One more email or another hour in the office won't hurt, will it? Perhaps it will.

Captain Cook's pistol locked and loaded

Captain James Cook

Adrian Lowe A pistol belonging to Captain James Cook has sold at auction for almost $220,000.

There's ads on social media?

Facebook under the microscope (Thumbnail)

Adrian Lowe Facebook continues to reign supreme as Australia's most popular social media website.

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Distrustful Australians critical of slow internet

Australians were the most distrustful of internet, the survey found.

Adrian Lowe Australians find the internet easy to use but are distrustful of it, according to an online consumer behaviour report.

Same-sex couples now family, in modern census

Adrian Lowe For the first time, numbers of Australia's same-sex couples have been recorded in census data.

Gay couples able to tick relationship as 'married'

Carlene Tolley and Gail Conman with their children Charlotte and Alexander.

Adrian Lowe Same-sex couples were able to indicate a marriage for the first time in the 2011 census.

Police 'surprised' at detail of raid leak

Photo illustration shows some of the newspaper mastheads published by News Limited

Adrian Lowe SENIOR Victoria Police officers were ''dumbfounded'' and ''surprised'' at the amount of detail their federal counterparts fed to a News Limited newspaper in a deal struck to delay publication of a...

Editor's bargain with police

Australian editor

Adrian Lowe One of Rupert Murdoch's most senior editors in Australia asked a top federal policeman how many people could be killed if his newspaper published details about an impending anti-terrorism raid in...

Judge orders stay to second trial of terrorist cell

Benbrika

Adrian Lowe FOUR radical Muslims convicted of terrorism offences have been spared an imminent second trial for more serious offences, after a Supreme Court judge ruled that the proceedings would be an abuse of...

For lonely teenager Assange, a computer was his only friend

Julian Assange.

Adrian Lowe An early court case in Melbourne - details of which have been released for the first time - reveals the beginnings of Julian Assange's fascination with the power of computers.