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Matthew has a serious condition, yet he opted out of My Health Record

Matthew has a serious condition, yet he opted out of My Health Record

Despite undergoing three rounds of brain surgery, Matthew Toohey says he doesn't want his records stored online due to privacy concerns.

  • by Andrew Brown

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The ex-wife and the new wife who became best friends

The ex-wife and the new wife who became best friends

Sometimes friendships are found in the most unexpected places.

  • by Evelyn Lewin
Dutton takes aim at Victoria over 'Sudanese gangs'

Dutton takes aim at Victoria over 'Sudanese gangs'

Home Affairs Minister warns more people will be hurt until the "rule of law is enforced by the Victorian Government".

  • by David Crowe & Robyn Grace
Ever wondered what a horse would order at McDonald's?

Ever wondered what a horse would order at McDonald's?

It was just like any Saturday night in Queanbeyan ... well, sort of.

  • by Han Nguyen
Net possibly from fishing trawler found in ACT pond

Net possibly from fishing trawler found in ACT pond

It's 25 metres long, and it was found in a suburban Canberra pond, posing a big risk to turtles and platypuses.

  • by Emily Baker
Labor signals a tougher line on overseas students

Labor signals a tougher line on overseas students

The opposition takes aim at "Mickey Mouse" courses, claiming they undermine Australia's student visa program.

  • by David Crowe
'It's our version of the GFC': dire warning on loans

'It's our version of the GFC': dire warning on loans

Australia’s version of the sub-prime crisis that ushered in the GFC could arise from the expiry of interest-only loans.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons & Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon
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Let's put the hype aside, jobs growth shifts from extraordinary to ordinary

How’s the job market going? Not nearly as well as the Turnbull government would like us to believe.

Ross Gittins
    Ross Gittins

    Trump is little more than Russia's puppet

    The US President has so inflamed intelligence agencies that they will work harder to reveal the truth.

    Crispin Hull

      Labor leader must stand up to militant union demands

      A reason Australia doesn't have a Trump is that our unions prevented the inequality that has fed anger in the US. But that movement is now posing a new threat.

      Peter Hartcher
        Peter Hartcher
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        States chase migrants to deliver small business boom

        States chase migrants to deliver small business boom

        The business lobby has lashed out at what it sees as a divisive debate designed to marginalise new arrivals.

        • by Eryk Bagshaw

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        Entertainment

        Cardinal Pell lets down his hair

        Cardinal Pell lets down his hair

        He is currently facing prosecution for alleged historic child sex offences, but Cardinal George Pell is still finding time to party.

        • by Amy Croffey
         Sydney socialite to bag lady
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         Sydney socialite to bag lady

        Charity fundraiser and red carpet queen Skye Leckie traded the gowns for the gutter in the latest season of SBS's Filthy Rich and Homeless. Andrew Hornery investigates.

          Lifestyle

          Do you need a gossip detox?

          Do you need a gossip detox?

          • by Catherine Gray
          Meghan Markle's dad strikes again
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          Meghan Markle's dad strikes again

          • by Natalie Reilly
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          Smarter living

          Why is it so hard to RSVP to a child's birthday party invitation?

          Why is it so hard to RSVP to a child's birthday party invitation?

          Ten invitations and no RSVPs! With one week to go until my son's party. I started to panic.

          • by Josefa Pete
          16:8 could be the magic number for weight loss and better health

          16:8 could be the magic number for weight loss and better health

          A proven success rate and backed by science, intermittent fasting is a healthier lifestyle choice.

          • by Michael Jarosky

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          Sport

          Meet Canberra rugby's 120-kilogram teenage sensation

          Meet Canberra rugby's 120-kilogram teenage sensation

          Apenisa Driti played ACT Schoolboys in league and union this month and has signed with Rugby Australia.

          • by Eamonn Tiernan
          Soliola expects NRL drama to be 'swept under the table'

          Soliola expects NRL drama to be 'swept under the table'

          Ricky Stuart believes there it too much "noise" surrounding officials which clouds their judgement.

          • by Caden Helmers & David Polkinghorne