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Senator Pauline Hanson with chief of staff James Ashby.

No fair! One Nation's James Ashby makes a complaint to Sergeant Al

Senator Pauline Hanson with chief of staff James Ashby.

Secret recordings have revealed the scene when James Ashby rushed in to AFP headquarters to lodge a complaint.

  • by Tony Wright

'She doesn't speak for us': Liberals disown Teena McQueen after Q&A appearance

'She doesn't speak for us': Liberals disown Teena McQueen after Q&A appearance

The Liberal Party's most senior officials had twice ordered Teena McQueen to cease going on Sky's TV programs, but she refused, citing that the money was too good.

  • by Latika Bourke

'We were on the sauce': One Nation staffers blame booze and 'skulduggery' for gun lobby sting

One Nation party officials Steve Dickson (left) and James Ashby field questions during a press conference in Brisbane, Tuesday, March 26, 2019. The pair have been caught in an al-Jazeera investigation which used hidden cameras and a journalist posing as a grassroots gun campaigner to expose the far-right party's extraordinary efforts to secure funding in Washington DC in September.

"This is the stuff you see in James Bond magazines. I would never expect you would see this for real in the real world."

  • by Michael Koziol and Rachel Clun

Canberrans told to be on lookout for measles symptoms

The tell-tale blotchy rash of a case of measles.

Anyone who was at Canberra Airport departure terminal on Thursday morning should be aware of measles symptoms.

  • by Daniella White

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How a market became a Canberra institution

How a market became a Canberra institution

Karen Hardy spends a morning with the producers at the Capital Region Farmers' Market and finds some good stories amongst the delicious offerings.

  • by Karen Hardy
George Pell sentencing County Court

DPP moves to jail dozens of editors, journalists over reports after Pell verdict

Thirty-six of Australia's leading media companies, editors and journalists are to face for contempt of court over reports.

  • by Adam Cooper
'Never seen anything like it': hoons shred regrowth area

'Never seen anything like it': hoons shred regrowth area

A half-hectare site still recovering from the 2003 bushfire was destroyed by a four-wheel-drive over the weekend.

  • by Finbar O'Mallon
Detainee Eddie Aldridge collecting green waste in Kaleen on Thursday.

The Canberra prisoners working outside the wire

Detainee Eddie Albridge says he feels good when helping others while work in the community.

  • by Jasper Lindell
A Canberra man had a sleepless night after discovering he had won $1 million.

Retired Canberra man left sleepless after $1m lotto win

A retired Canberra man had a sleepless  night after he checked his lotto numbers and discovered he held a winning ticket.

  • by Jasper Lindell
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Opinion & Perspectives

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Politics

Scott Morrison

Facebook censured by government for failure to act on livestreaming concerns

The social media giant has been heavily criticised by the government for its response to its role in spreading video of the Christchurch terror attack.

  • by Fergus Hunter and Jennifer Duke

World

Property byallhomes

The pre-sale prep that's best left to the experts

The pre-sale prep that's best left to the experts

It can be tempting to try to save money when prepping a home for sale but if you don't have the skills, a DIY approach could cost you in the long run.

  • by Lee Dashiell
Survey finds that one in six people fake photos of their home

Survey finds that one in six people fake photos of their home

Few of us have a home interior that would stand up to Instagram scrutiny, but how many of us would actually fake it to the world?

  • by January Jones

Business

Steven Cain and his new robot

Welcome to supermarkets 3.0: Robots, AI and dark stores

Coles boss Steve Cain is planning to spend up to capture the huge growth in online shopping, leaving Woolworths chief Brad Banducci flat-footed.

  • by Elizabeth Knight

Small business

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Entertainment

Apple CEO Tim Cook and Oprah Winfrey at the Apple TV+ launch.

With 7 new TV shows, Apple unveils the second coming of the streaming age

The Apple TV+ launch event was as compelling for the shows they highlighted as the ones they did not.

  • by Michael Idato
Hannah Gadsby speaking at the launch of the 33rd Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Hannah Gadsby predicts a 'revolution' in comedy

Opening the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Gadsby praised a move towards diversity in stand-up.

  • by Hannah Francis

Lifestyle

If one partner has fallen out of love ... coaching cannot mend it.

Break up coaches are exploiting the vulnerable

  • by Kerri Sackville
Everything you wanted to know about skincare, but were too embarrassed to ask.

The absolute beginner's guide to skincare

  • by Sophia Phan
Once the escalator is in motion, it’s difficult to step off.

The 'sex escalator' is taking us places on autopilot

  • by Georgie Wolf

Smarter living

Are ball pits are playground for germs?

Germ alert: The dirty truth about play centre ball pits

Here's a study that will have you reaching for the antibacterial wipes.

  • by Ariane Beeston
More than half of us are Googling for products while we're at the shops.

Buyers want advice from Google, not family, friends or Kardashians

The latest annual marketing report from Salmat shows declining reliance on family and less influence from influencers.

  • by Alice Clarke

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Sport

Emily Larkin dives for the ball on to the sand at the Lyneham Beach Sports Facility.

Volleyball trucks 500 tonnes of sand to AIS to boost beach medal hopes

Volleyball Australia and the AIS are working on a beach volleyball court design to fast-track development on the sand to chase Olympic medals.

  • by Chris Dutton
Hudson Young is poised to make his NRL debut.
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Raiders

Hudson Young poised to make Canberra Raiders debut

A right thumb injury means Joe Tapine will miss Canberra's clash with the Newcastle Knights.

  • by Caden Helmers

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