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'They are taking over all our space': The sleepy hamlet becoming the next Las Vegas

'They are taking over all our space': The sleepy hamlet becoming the next Las Vegas

Tens of thousands of Chinese workers are flooding into Cambodia bringing money, luxury cars and a new way of life that many locals can't afford.

  • by Lindsay Murdoch & Kate Geraghty

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Natalie Joyce finally speaks out on Barnaby's betrayal

Natalie Joyce finally speaks out on Barnaby's betrayal

After months of silence, the estranged wife of the former deputy PM hits back with an interview of her own. Unpaid.

  • by Jenny Noyes
SBS to keep World Cup soccer games as Optus woes deepen

SBS to keep World Cup soccer games as Optus woes deepen

Crunch decision has been made as a political storm deepens around who is to blame for broadcast debacle.

  • by Benjamin Ansell
Tony Abbott refuses to rule out crossing the floor
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Tony Abbott refuses to rule out crossing the floor

Former leader accuses Malcolm Turnbull of taking backbench for granted.

  • by David Crowe
Liberal Party moves to suspend branch

Liberal Party moves to suspend branch

Attendees at the meeting were alleged to have trampled an elderly woman.

  • by Michael Koziol
Aggressive cancer affecting the ACT in high numbers

Aggressive cancer affecting the ACT in high numbers

It comes after a study found a clear link between Mr Fluffy to the deadly cancer for the first time last year.

  • by Daniella White
The ACT suburbs where the wealth is most evenly spread 

The ACT suburbs where the wealth is most evenly spread 

We've long known Canberrans earn more on average than most Australians, but new income figures reveal more.

  • by Markus Mannheim
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Opinion & Perspectives

CSU students who wore Nazi, KKK costumes either ignorant or arrogant

At best their ignorance was shameful, at worst their arrogance was appalling.

Vic Alhadeff

    Next step for China's Belt and Road could be northern Australia

    Xi is making an expansive, risky bet on the future, hoping the diverse nations to China’s west can be pulled into a new Sinocentric sphere of influence.

    Richard McGregor

      Time to add a space force to the order of battle

      The establishment of the Australian Space Agency next week offers the country a unique opportunity.

      Nicholas Stuart
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        World Cup 2018

        Cristiano Ronaldo breaks yet another goal scoring record
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        Cristiano Ronaldo breaks yet another goal scoring record

        The Portugal captain grabbed his fourth goal of the World Cup in the opening minutes of the second game.

        • by Matt Bungard

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        Entertainment

        Andrew Denton says his new show Interview is ''a space where ideas can be put forward without there necessarily being an argument''.

        TV may have changed during his self-imposed exile, but Denton hasn't

        Andrew Denton is pleased to be back on screen - just don't call him Australia's best interviewer.

        • by Debi Enker
        Rachel Griffiths: female characters are finally getting real on screen

        Rachel Griffiths: female characters are finally getting real on screen

        The actor-director said women no longer have to be 'likable, f---able, adorable' in film and television.

        • by Garry Maddox

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        Smarter living

        How much protein do you really need in your diet?

        How much protein do you really need in your diet?

        Answering the most common question in the health and fitness world.

        • by Michael Jarosky
        Why women shouldn't outsource money matters to their partner

        Why women shouldn't outsource money matters to their partner

        Through death and divorce women are likely to end up holding the financial reins but they're not prepared.

        • by Georgina Dent

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        Sport

        Single Gaze's shock move to join Winx and Waller

        Single Gaze's shock move to join Winx and Waller

        Canberra's most successful horse will join the Winx in Chris Waller's Sydney stables in a shock move that's left Single Gaze's former trainer disappointed.

        • by David Polkinghorne
        How Socceroo Daniel Arzani 'matured' at the AIS

        How Socceroo Daniel Arzani 'matured' at the AIS

        Arzani played 12 minutes in Australia's opener against France and became the youngest Socceroos player to feature at a World Cup.

        • by Eamonn Tiernan