2:50am About 230 people have died since mid-April in a heatwave sweeping two southeast Indian states.
2:29am Combine slouchy pants, comfy knits, long-line cardigans and trench coats and your weekend wardrobe is sorted.
2:29am A mother and daughter creative team bring new life to a Victorian worker's cottage.
YANNICK PASQUET 2:27am A 65-year-old German woman, who already has 13 children, has given birth to quadruplets after undergoing an artificial insemination procedure in Ukraine.
JOHN COLLETT 2:00am Retirees are being stung with high costs for their allocated pensions, leaving them with less income in retirement.
GEORGINA ROBINSON 2:00am The Waratahs will spend two crucial rest days desperately hunting for a hooker after Tolu Latu and Will Skelton were cited for a lifting tackle on Crusaders second rower Sam Whitelock on Saturday.
KIMBERLEY LE LIEVRE 1:30am Canberra's light rail agency to get more than $50 million in 2015-16 ACT Budget.
1:07am A British-Australian dual citizen will face court today in Melbourne after being arrested and charged over historical sexual assault allegations.
Kane Williamson's century and a typically dashing innings from skipper Brendon McCullum has helped give New Zealand a first-innings lead on the third day of the first Test against England at Lord's.
A selection of published work from The Canberra Times artist.
North Sydney Council launches legal action against brothel that charges one fee for Asian workers and another for the rest
EAMONN DUFF A Sydney council has launched legal action to close an underground brothel. To win, it not only has to prove that sex is being sold on the premises - but lots of it.
LOUISE HALL AND EAMONN DUFF The first two week-block begins on Monday and will focus on gunman Man Haron Monis and his background.
Video Rugby Union
The Waratahs have grabbed the honours against the Crusaders, with a 32-22 bonus point win at ANZ Stadium.
ESTHER HAN From imported dung beetles to friendship-detecting collars, Australia's beef industry is in an innovation frenzy to boost cattle welfare and the quality of what we eat.
CAITLIN DEWEY When Flickr rolled out image recognition two weeks ago, it flaunted the tool as a major breakthrough in the world of online photos.
ADAM GARTRELL Crossbench senator David Leyonhjelm claims he has "credible evidence" that wind farms are damaging people's health and he wants government to take action.
STEPHANIE BUNBURY Underneath the Swarovski, Cannes - or the big players who pay to be seen at Cannes - seems to be feeling the pinch.
CRAIG MATHIESON Suitably programmed as accompaniment for this year's Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Adam Kahan's The Case of the Three Sided Dream (3 stars, 18+, 88 minutes) is an enjoyably wide-ranging...
PAUL BYRNES Cannes Film Festival featured only two films by women in competition this year. It could never happen in Sweden, which has revolutionised its industry in just four years.
ADAM GARTRELL George Brandis' opposition to a bill aimed at bridging the super gender gap has put him at odds with the industry.
DAVID ENTICOTT Jesus believed that the clearest way to discover God was not through rules, but a living relationship.
UTE JUNKER For a gastronomic adventure into the unknown, you can't beat a local food market.
The Age Editorial
Nope, nope, nope. The language of leadership demanded more than this, Prime Minister.
MARK HAWTHORNE There is little doubt Clyde Campbell and wife Simone loved the high life.
LINDSAY MURDOCH Thousands of Rohingya have been abandoned by human traffickers and pushed back out to sea by Indonesia,Thailand and Malaysia in a humanitarian disaster that outraged the world.
MAUREEN MATTHEWS Reproaching a partner is a poor way to win attention.
Bookshop: New releases include a novel set during the LA riots and a guide to surviving life's crises
THUY ON A new novel explores life in LA during the six-day riots, and a contemporary thriller delves into a young woman's untimely death through her online entries.
SANDRA HALL Nerds unite in a convoluted attempt to reshape the world's future prospects into a more promising form in this confusing folly of a film.
MICHAEL GEBICKI MY WIFE AND I ARE PLANNING A TRIP TO NORTHERN ITALY IN OCTOBER.
MIK GRIGG What is found underneath – underfoot – was top of mind in Collins Street on Wednesday night.
BERNARD ZUEL The musical accents not the only thing to change for a singer who once only sang softly.
NICK RALSTON Sydney crime and bikie gangs are using uncrackable mobile phones to arrange murders, shootings and drug deals – hampering the ability of investigators to solve the crimes.
SALLY MACMILLAN Free drinks? Free Wifi? It may pay to compare what the different lines are offering before choosing a cruise.
JOHN ELDER It's been a month now and Ruby Hoppen, 25, mother of one, has suffered through withdrawal and come out the other side.
MELINDA HOUSTON Some of the best on your small screen tonight (May 27).
MELINDA HOUSTON The new series of Redesign My Brain ups the ante as Todd Sampson tackles a new, scarier challenge.
BEN GROUNDWATER Dubai's old quarter is where you'll find the real Middle Eastern cuisine.
JULIETTA JAMESON Deals: Go now, go soon, go later
PAUL BIBBY People are being kept in temporary jail facilities with no natural light and with limited shower access for up to four days while others are kept in even more rudimentary police cells without seeing...
CRAIG TANSLEY A unique Byron Bay farming initiative combines culinary flair with country fare.
MICHAEL GEBICKI Where would you recommend two seasoned travellers in their early 60s stay?
CHRIS VEDELAGO An independent review is being launched into Victoria's system for managing serious sexual offenders amid growing concerns it is failing to protect the public.
DAVID WROE Australia hopes to ink a deal with Japan this year that would smooth the passage of military personnel into one another's country for joint exercises in a further tightening of strategic bonds amid...
MARK HAWTHORNE, CHRIS VEDELAGO The former Australian boss of automotive giant Fiat Chrysler, Clyde Campbell, has been accused of misappropriating and misusing more than $30 million in company money to fund an extravagant lifestyle...
THUY ON Robert Gott has released his second crime novel with fascist villain George Starling.
MELINDA HOUSTON RIVER COTTAGE AUSTRALIA
STEPHANIE BUNBURY Four years after his film Snowtown came apparently from nowhere to win the Critics' Week prize at the Cannes Film Festival, Australian director Justin Kurzel is back on the Riviera with...
CRAIG MATHIESON WOMAN IN GOLD
TV & Radio
DAVID DALE Todd Sampson says his new show is more about learning to deal with fears on a day-to-day level than taking extreme risks.
ANNE SUSSKIND In Renee Knight's clever psychological thriller, a nasty old man who wears his late wife Nancy's cardigan has produced a book which has itself become an instrument of revenge.
JENNY COONEY CARRILLO George Clooney talks about married life, Tomorrowland and taking fashion cues from Amal.
JOHN ELDER "Follow your dreams" may be a hackneyed cliche but a realistic outlook will keep your life interesting.
ANDREW MASTERSON Guerilla Gardening is sowing the seeds of sharing.
THUY ON Quicksand, a tale of misfortune and self-flagellation, is Steve Toltz's follow-up to his Man Booker Prize-shortlisted debut.
DANIEL LANE Footballer urges troubled men to speak up and seek help.
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FARRAH TOMAZIN Broad support will let community have a say on care and laws for people to make informed decisions about life and death.
JASON DOWLING It's easy to say "I've just lost my job" in 140 characters - so many people are doing it.
ADAM TURNER Two good options for upgrading from cheap earbuds to headphones.