DARREN WALTON 6:38am Novak Djokovic left the young ballgirl visibly shaken after he roared at her during a tense fourth-round win over Kevin Anderson.
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6:38am Euclid Tsakalotos, the mild-tempered professor who was appointed as Greece's new finance minister on Monday, is a clear change in style from his combative predecessor Yanis Varoufakis.
JIL HOGAN 6:32am Your guide to what's going on around the capital this weekend.
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6:32am RAW VIDEO: Pilgrims in the thousands greet Pope Francis as he makes his way to a Mass in Ecuador's highland capital, Quito.
Tour de France
RUPERT GUINNESS 6:24am So great was Michael Matthews' pain from the belting his body got in the mass pile-up in stage three of the Tour de France, he thought his "ribs jumped in and out of place a few times" as he...
ANDREA PETERSON 6:20am US Justice Department may agree to a plea bargain for fugitive ex-government contractor, former attorney-general Eric Holder says.
NETTY ISMAIL 6:10am Australia's dollar slumped below 74 US cents for the first time in six years overnight, as the US dollar continued to go from strength to strength.
NICK MILLER 6:07am When cardiologist Dr George Vichas, set up the clinic in an Athens suburb in late 2011, he thought it would only be needed for a short while: a year, two at the outside. It now serves 1000 a month.
LIAM MANNIX 5:53am Melbourne Express is a live daily blog bringing you what you need to hit the day running – news, weather and transport updates, plus compelling content from The Age and beyond.
GIRISH GUPTA AND PHILIP PULLELLA 5:50am Pope Francis called on people across Latin America to turn to their common Christian roots as an inspiration to resolve differences when he said Mass for nearly one million Catholics in the...
5:32am Massive and unsightly blooms of green algae periodically appear off the beaches of Qingdao, China.
5:15am A man has been arrested for flying over the Canadian city of Calgary on a chair, strapped to more than a 100 helium-filled balloons, in a scene straight out of the computer-animated film Up.
MICHAEL CHAMMAS 5:04am Maria Sharapova has been accused of unsportsmanlike behaviour on her way to booking a Wimbledon semi final berth against world No.1 Serena Williams.
MARK BERMAN Federal authorities are investigating a midair collision over South Carolina involving an Air Force fighter jet and a small civilian plane.
MARK SHENK The Energy Information Administration increased its 2015 US crude production outlook, demonstrating the resilience of the shale boom after prices dropped.
Mining & Resources
JASMINE NG AND DAVID STRINGER Iron ore's bear market has deepened on concern that low-cost supplies from Australia and Brazil will expand further.
German prosecutors are seeking three and a half years' jail for a former SS officer known as the 'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz'.
MICHAEL BIRNBAUM After an emergency meeting in Brussels, European leaders express disappointment at the lack of progress.
NOAH BROWNING The attack during Friday prayers, which killed 27 people, appeared aimed at stoking sectarian hatred in the energy-rich Gulf.
IBRAHIM AGAJU MADUGBA, YINKA IBUKUN AND MUSTAPHA MUHAMMAD Bombings killed at least 26 people across northern Nigerian cities since late Monday, the latest attacks in the worst spate of violence since President Muhammadu Buhari took office.
A selection of published work from The Canberra Times artist.
State Of Origin
PETER FITZSIMONS Queensland are losing their grip on Origin – great, isn't it?
A multi-tenanted three-level corner building close to Victoria Gardens shopping centre has sold privately for $4.
Comment & Analysis
COLIN KRUGER Prime Minister Tony Abbott is leaving no stone unturned in an attempt to fend off Europe's Greek indigestion.
SIMON JOHANSON The home of Melbourne's Hare Krishnas and their popular Crossways and Gopal vegetarian restaurants - a skinny, eight-level building on Swanston Street - has set a new city land price record, selling...
CAROLYN CUMMINS Woolworths has started the next phase of its development at its $60 million Glenrose Village project with the official ground breaking on Wednesday, July 8, of the planned new supermarket.
SIMON JOHANSON Listed private equity firm Blue Sky has gained a toehold in Melbourne's development market after purchasing a large La Trobe Street site.
CAROLYN CUMMINS A record $4 billion-plus of cash is to be flushed through the office and industrial property markets in the coming weeks as the bidders get to the finish line for the major portfolios of Investa and...
CAROLYN CUMMINS GPT Group has raised $30.5 million through the sale of two land sites with residential development potential at 1 and 2 Murray Rose Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park.
ROYCE MILLAR AND ANNA PATTY On Wednesday, Bill Shorten faces one of the toughest tests of his political life as Tony Abbott's royal commission on trade unions turns its spotlight on the Opposition Leader's union and Labor...
State Of Origin
BETH NEWMAN Queensland's State of Origin veteran inspires passionate support from many, and hatred from many others.
BILL O'CHEE Here's the Other State of Origin, made up entirely of Queenslanders whose achievements outside sport, at a national or international level, should make us proud.
NICOLE LINDSAY An office tower at 616 St Kilda Road is understood to have entered due diligence with a price tag of between $50 million and $55 million.
PETER HANNAM A drop in energy use by Australians has slashed billions of dollars from energy bills since 2010, but those savings are threatened by policies by the Abbott government and some conservative state...
JORGE BRANCO A Queensland teacher who called one student a "mummy's boy" and pushed another student into a wheelie bin has escaped suspension.
TOM SWITZER The US president will be remembered for moving the political centre into the left.
NEIL ORFORD I had to identify myself as a clinician before the end-of-life care team rolled into action to help my dying father. Why is it so hard to be heard?
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra celebrates partnership of Alfred Hitchcock and Psycho composer Bernard Herrmann
SONIA HARFORD Film composer Bernard Herrmann was the master of music for the don't-go-down-those-dark-stairs moments.
STEPHANIE BULL Qantas air hostesses won a hefty wage rise after going on strike in 1970.
NICOLE LINDSAY Four new tenants have signed up at the 51-level Bourke Place tower soaking up some of the space soon to be vacated by legal firm, Corrs.
TONY MOORE Australian infrastructure funding must become more reliable to lock in private investment, one of the world's leading infrastructure companies says.
Health & Fitness
INDIA STURGIS Is your mind buzzing 24/7? You can retrain our brains to relax after work, on the commute and at bedtime.
PATRICK CARVALHO Australians seeking an answer on how to reign in the fiscal deterioration of the last decade should turn their eyes to Europe. More precisely, to Switzerland.
ELAHE IZADI The jellyfish are coming and energy plants may be powerless to stop them.
DAVID CONNERY AND CLARE MURPHY Some Australians will be shocked by recent revelations about the penetration of organised crime into Australian society.
IAN WARDEN As if it wasn't reward enough on Tuesday to just be visiting and paying respects to Mrs Ellen Heath on her 105th birthday there was an unexpected bonus.
QUENTIN GRAFTON One lesson from Greece is the same for all countries with large debts: put your house in order while you can or lose your independence.
Defending Wimbledon champion comes back from two sets down to enter quarter-finals.
JOHN THISTLETON Retailers warn of ''bleeding out'' Belconnen Town Centre to help University of Canberra.
HENRY BELOT AND JAMILA TODERAS Ten years ago, Jody Macdonald was the first person to walk into the Early Morning Centre on Northbourne Avenue for a healthy breakfast after living rough on the streets
MICHAEL INMAN Union intimidation and harassment is common in the Canberra construction sector, a survey of stakeholders says.
REBECCA COLQUHOUN A pop-up exhibition has been launched in Canberra showcasing artwork from Western Australia's Wajarii people inspired by the stories that best connect them to their remote land.
NOEL TOWELL Getting tough gets results in Ireland while Canada muscles up to PS unions, and business as usual in Australia.
NOEL TOWELL Senior agency warns of "dire consequences" if staff walk off the job.
STEVE ZEMEK The NRL has reduced Parramatta's fine for salary cap breaches by $60,000 after considering the club's appeal.
Double major winner Jordan Spieth believes defending champion Rory McIlroy's potential absence from the British Open through injury would "dampen" the occasion.
Women who smoke are 17 to 50 per cent more likely to drink while pregnant.
JAMES GORMAN This question has prompted plenty of scientific research: how do animals find their way home?
State Of Origin
ANTHONY GRIFFIN State of Origin football is the best form of Rugby League in the World.
TONY FEATHERSTONE Plenty, say the legion of school holiday makers preparing to return home.