10:59am A man charged with murdering another man at an inner-Brisbane unit block has been remanded in custody.
PATRICK HATCH 10:24am Two fishermen are missing in waters off Cape Schanck, on the Mornington Peninsula.
Manly Sea Eagles
MICHAEL CHAMMAS 10:10am Kieran Foran's long-term future at Manly is up in the air and now his immediate future is unclear after a hamstring injury on Friday night.
STEVE LILLEBUEN 10:00am Police in Queensland have launched an investigation into an anonymous letter writer who sends racist, anti-Muslim propaganda to private, unlisted addresses across the country as fears grow the...
9:37am A win for Ireland would put the World Cup minnows on the brink of a quarter-final berth.
BENJAMIN LAW 9:30am Ben Law talks trash. But in a positive way.
9:29am A victory for South Africa would leave Pakistan in danger of missing the quarter-finals.
LISA VISENTIN The dress that inspired a thousand think pieces has been repurposed for a noble cause, featuring at the centre of a powerful advertising campaign against domestic violence.
LIAM FITZGIBBON A Davis Cup star was born as teenager Thanasi Kokkinakis produced a stirring comeback to help put Australia of the brink of a drought-breaking World Group victory in the Czech Republic.
A man has been taken to hospital after a two car collision in Tharwa on Saturday morning.
PATRICK HATCH A cat burglar targeting homes in Melbourne's east is likely to strike again, police say.
World number one Rory McIlroy earned himself a likely fine by the PGA Tour after losing his cool and hurling a club into a water hazard during the second round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship on...
The Matildas were unable to follow up an impressive first-up performance at the 2015 Cyprus Cup, losing 3-0 on Friday to a Jodie Taylor-inspired England.
Brisbane’s hard-running power has proved too much for a rusty Sydney, with the Lions scoring a 36-point NAB Challenge win in Coffs Harbour.
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Relatives of the Bali nine pair have so far been blocked from visiting the men, but it's believed the executions may be delayed for several days.
PATRICK HATCH A teenager was stabbed during a brawl in Melbourne's outer-east on Friday night, police say.
NICK O’MALLEY Washington: Two recent controversies involving the Clintons over the past few weeks have reminded many Democrats how much they don’t like the family that runs its very own faction of the party.
JIM FINKLE Microsoft says it has not yet developed a security update to protect Windows PC users from the threat.
DIONNE SEARCY The US economy gained fresh momentum with employers adding 295,000 workers in February, far exceeding expectations.
US stocks retreated on Friday, with the S&P 500 index poised for its second straight weekly drop.
PATRICK HATCH A man has died after being thrown from his car as it ploughed through a fence in Melbourne's south-east.
ASHLEIGH GLEESON Everything had fallen into place for Simon Mirtschin.
MAYA GEBEILY Military chief and several top commanders reported killed where the jihadist militia has been making major gains in recent months.
ISHAAN THAROOR On its Facebook page, the Russian embassy in Canberra posted this tongue-in-cheek comment, expressing its mock concern for the creature held aloft by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
STEPHANIE NEBEHAY The fugitive whistleblower says he has appealed to 21 countries for asylum, 'Unfortunately no country said yes'.
AMY CORDEROY Kangaroo harvesters have been discovered not adhering to the most basic of hygiene standards, documents obtained under freedom of information show.
The Russian president and several top officials will take a pay cut as the country's economy reels from the collapse of the rouble.
RACHEL FELTMAN The Dawn spacecraft is the first human-made object to visit a dwarf planet. Now it's time to look for evidence of liquid water.
New Delhi: Indian police were on Friday investigating two separate lynchings in which men were beaten to death by frenzied crowds in anger over alleged assaults on young women.
Cricket World Cup
MALCOLM KNOX India have turned up for the World Cup: in their multitudes. In Perth, as in Adelaide and Melbourne, Indian crowds have given the Cup the sense of occasion, energy and importance that they had...
MICHELLE GRIFFIN Hamer Hall is an odd fit for post-punk diva in adidas and heavy metal jewellery, but she delivered one of the more joyous celebrations the room has ever seen.
TONY MOORE Donna Phillips was the drinks waitress and cashier at Brisbane's Whiskey Au Go Go nightclub on March 8, 1973 when 15 people were murdered in a fire-bombing attack that rocked Australia.
KRISTIAN SILVA Local mayors like to say they are their city's proudest resident - but in the case of Pam Parker, it'd be hard to disagree.
JODI PANAYOTOV When it comes to buying designer fashion, everyone needs a bit of pre-lovin’ now and then.
Cartoons from The Canberra Times editorial artist.
CAMERON ATFIELD It has been a year of watching, waiting and holding on to hope.
KRISTIAN SILVA Ninety-nine per cent of Brisbane residents feel safe walking in their own neighbourhoods in the day, while 85 per cent were comfortable being on the streets at night, independent research shows.
TONY MOORE The Brisbane Times takes you back to 2007, the year when BT first began.
NICK MILLER Prince Charles and his son Harry will be at Gallipoli for Anzac Day, and the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince William will attend a wreath-laying ceremony in London.
SUSAN WYNDHAM Julia Gillard drew a massive crowd when she appeared at Adelaide Writers' Week
Real Estate News
MARY O'BRIEN Skip straight out for a swim from this luxurious two-storey holiday house just a few steps from the sand.
DANNY KATZ This busker wasn't the greatest busker I'd ever seen – but you had to admire the guy: he was still giving it a go, trying to scrape together a living.
GARY NUNN The largest update of Australian terms to Oxford Dictionaries affords Australian English a new global kudos
JULIETTA JAMESON This 1917 sleeping beauty of a building is a stunner which carries off a mix of styles with aplomb.
MADELEINE HEFFERNAN Derided as a haven for duopolies, Australia is in fact enjoying a price war in the crucial $88 billion food and grocery industry.
ANDREW TAYLOR Discover the great wine, food, views and laidback luxury on offer on New Zealand's Waiheke Island.
Real Estate News
KARIN DERKLEY An incredibly picturesque suburb with an ever-present tang of the sea breeze in the air.
JASON STEGER Michael Faber spoke tenderly and with great insight about his late wife, Eva, during a session at Melbourne's Wheeler Centre.
LOUISE SOUTHERDEN Gone are the days of sleeping on the ground and lining up for portaloos.
JULIETTA JAMESON Why go elsewhere when you believe you have found the one special resort in Bali.
ROD WISE Australian beer sizes have been upsized. This might be in response to consumer demand, but it is safe to conclude the bars and pubs have encouraged it.
Comment & Analysis
ROSS GITTINS Sorry to rain on Hockey's parade, but "solid" growth is a euphemism for "not so hot".
CRAIG TANSLEY Atacama is the place to go to become the traveller you always wanted to be.
JULIETTA JAMESON There is no need to eat anything other than exotic, delicious food in Singapore.
Real Estate News
KATHERINE TOWNSEND It's a rare joy to run across an affordable apartment that is distinctive.
JULIETTA JAMESON Aesop Resolute Hydrating Body Balm, $37
TIMNA JACKS AND CLANCY YEATES The number of senior positions in Australia's top 2000 companies has risen by 20 per cent in the past five years. But less than a fifth of those roles belong to women.
MICHAEL KOZIOL One of this year's most elaborate Mardi Gras floats offers a touching tribute to a fallen friend, Beyonce G-Spot, a Sydney drag queen.
PETER KER Rio Tinto has revealed remuneration data for its key staff.
MAX ANDERSON Max Anderson samples the stylish, avant-garde traveller experience that now populates the once working-class district.