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8:25am The daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says she and her husband are expecting their first child later this year.
8:11am Chelsea Clinton, the only child of former US President Bill Clinton and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, announced that she is pregnant.
8:11am THESSALONIKI, Greece, April 17 AP - Police in Thessaloniki have arrested a PAOK fan accused of dumping a crate of fish on the visiting Olympiakos bench, in a stunt that delayed a tense Greek Cup...
7:52am Festivals, parties and premieres. Where the stars have been spotted this week.
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7:50am Colombian author and Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez passes away at his home in Mexico City.
7:36am Pro-Russian separatists occupying public buildings in eastern Ukraine reacted to an international accord to defuse the crisis by saying they would not agree to leave the sites before other major...
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7:19am The captain of a ferry that sunk of South Korea's coast is being questioned by authorities as hopes fade for any remaining survivors.
7:16am Europe's main stock markets have closed higher ahead of the Easter weekend, shaking off early losses as investors kept a wary eye on diplomatic talks over the Ukraine crisis.
7:15am Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Nobel Prize-winning Colombian author who used magical realism to tell epic stories of love, family and dictatorship in Latin America, has died at the age of 87.
7:15am US stocks finished a holiday-shortened week mostly higher following a plethora of earnings reports that generally met or exceeded expectations.
MEGAN LEVY 7:00am Gary Moana Payne had been staying with his aunt in Sydney's eastern suburbs when he walked out of the front door one day with a mystery man.
SERGEI L. LOIKO Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who was granted asylum in Russia, made a surprise appearance at President Vladimir Putin's annual televised call-in session to ask...
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Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden calls Russian Vladimir Putin during the leader's televised question and answer session with the nation to ask about mass surveillance.
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One of the survivors of the South Korean ferry disaster shot video during the tragedy where an announcement can be heard telling passengers "it is safer in the passenger quarters."
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Top diplomats from the United States, European Union, Russia and Ukraine reached agreement on immediate steps to ease the crisis in Ukraine.
JOHN BACON Text messages from passengers of the Korean ferry sent immediately after it capsized tell tales of love, fear and quiet courage for those being engulfed in catastrophe.
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EMILY YAHR The internet has always loved Star Trek legend William Shatner because he's game for anything, whether it's poking fun of himself in random videos or turning Sarah Palin's tweets into poetry on The...
KAREN DEYOUNG Diplomatic pact commits all parties to stop violent acts and 'de-escalate' in the next few days.
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Barry is wondering if stop start technology hurts the engine.
DAVID MCCOWEN New car deals from Audi, Mazda and Toyota
DAVID MCCOWEN Sedan variant of Australia's best selling car is a solid all-rounder.
JENNY DEAM In the posh resorts of Vail Valley, where celebrities are as common as the paparazzi who stalk them, a machine has suddenly stolen the limelight.
The new premier and his party deputy Gladys Berejiklian walked in late for the party vote at NSW parliament and Barry O'Farrell couldn't help himself.
BERNARD ZUEL Don't worry, you aren't the only one seeing the name of Rodney Crowell's new album, Tarpaper Sky, and wondering what a tarpaper sky looks like.
REVIEW BY KARL QUINN The hard-working cast of three makes this melange of meal-show-audience participation work well enough.
It's a bit of a Bluesfest special this week, although we must admit we're leaning towards some of the sideshows by elder statesmen of genres largely other than the blues.
COLIN KRUGER ANZ's new journalism venture, Blue Notes, is only a couple of days old, but the bank's chief executive, Mike Smith, has already gone rogue.
GEORGIA WILKINS Qantas and four other airlines, including Singapore Airlines, are preparing to settle a seven-year, $38 million class action relating to claims of rigging the cost of air-freight services.
ANTHONY MACDONALD AND SARAH THOMPSON The government has appointed Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Macquarie Capital as it pushes ahead with the $4 billion sharemarket listing of private health insurer Medibank Private next financial...
GLENDA KWEK The company behind the Priceline and Soul Pattinson brands has issued a savage write-down - equivalent to half the size of its market capitalisation - after its struggling pharmacy customers failed...
BERNARD ZUEL The pop phenomenon has a hands-on approach to her career.
ALEXANDRA SMITH Debt collectors are threatening schools that have failed to pay suppliers because the state government's $397 million IT program that was supposed to revolutionise school management is in disarray.
REVIEWED BY REBECCA HARKINS-CROSS Coincidentally, the best moments came from take downs of patriarchal culture.
MALCOLM MAIDEN Australia Post chief executive Ahmed Fahour is on tenterhooks as the May 13 budget looms and the Abbott government prepares to release the Commission of Audit's report on how to make the government...
REVIEWED BY MICHAEL DWYER The sense of conceptual intent was palpable as always with this most cerebral of divas.
KATE MCCLYMONT The fact that Eddie Obeid is still tooling around town behind the wheel of his top-of-the-range Mercedes and enjoying the comforts of his $10 million palatial abode in Hunters Hill, is galling to...
KYLIE NORTHOVER Malthouse Theatre's annual Helium festival has sought the most experimental new indie theatre-makers.
SARAH THOMAS In 10 short years, Kevin Bridges has elevated his sharp observations about the rough edges of Glasgow life to a place among the ranks of British stand-up royalty.
GEORGE PALATHINGAL With most independent record stores being tucked away in basements, on higher levels of old buildings or other random locations, the thrill of finding that long-sought album might have to follow the...
Storm's Ryan Hoffman says the club followed the new concussion guidelines by the book in win over St George Illawarra.
REVIEWED BY CAMERON WOODHEAD Sammy J & Randy are the most lively human/puppet duo to come out of Australia since Daryl Somers and Ozzie Ostrich.
DAVE O'NEIL Go to any restaurant where there's a family eating and I guarantee you most children will be sitting at the table with a tablet.
REVIEWED BY MICHAEL SHMITH This Opera Australia production deserves to be seen and, more especially, heard.
JENNA CLARKE Prince William may not be a fan of Catherine's technicolour wardrobe, but the duchess' style continues to strike a chord with the common consumer.
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BEN POBJIE They really like blowing stuff up, and that's why we love them - they're just like us.
DAISY DUMAS As the Duke of Cambridge peered over a cliff edge at Narrow Neck lookout near Katoomba on Thursday afternoon, there was a reason for his wife's apparent nerves.
REVIEWED BY CLIVE O'CONNELL The most gripping moments came in passages of tight ensemble, very exposed in the close quarters of the Recital Centre's Salon.
JEREMY STUPARICH Brian Harradine was Australia's longest-serving independent senator, representing Tasmania for 30 years.
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Tight-knit group meets for a yarn in This Belongs To Us, But We Did It For You at Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi
REVIEWED BY PENNY WEBB The artists in this small showing, all women, use recycled woollen blankets dyed with plant stuffs and whatever else comes to hand, such as rusted metal junk or car parts.
DAVID DENBOROUGH On the day of his death, Michael Denborough, Australian medical researcher, activist and founder of the Nuclear Disarmament Party, declared quietly to his loved ones: ''I've lived the luckiest life.
DAMIEN MURPHY Exactly six months ago on Thursday, fire swept through the Blue Mountains towns of Winmalee and Springwood and destroyed 196 homes.
KATE HAGAN, STORMY GLEED Melbourne's Anglican Archbishop has criticised asylum seeker policy which he said was causing great suffering, particularly to nearly 1000 children in mainland detention ''and another 177 in grim...
NICK RALSTON The number of people killed on NSW roads so far this year is 20 per cent higher than at the same time last year, as police urge motorists to slow down during the Easter holiday period.
ANTHONY MACDONALD, SARAH THOMPSON The government has appointed Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Macquarie Capital as it pushes ahead with the $4 billion sharemarket listing of private health insurer Medibank Private next financial...
EMMA PARTRIDGE They are lurking in your bedroom, kitchen and lounge room and have the ability to break your bones and even kill.
ADAM CAREY Should Labor win the November state election, there is no legal impediment stopping it from tearing up the contract for the East West Link if it is sincere in its opposition to the road project,...
JACOB SAULWICK State government plans to build a bridge across Anzac Parade near the Sydney Cricket Ground and one through Moore Park have been described as ''monument building'' at the expense of public land.
ANDREW DARBY The Abbott government has been warned it must ensure that Japan abides by an International Court of Justice ban on Antarctic whaling after lawmakers in Tokyo passed a resolution effectively rejecting...