The markets have good reason to be edgy, in fact they should probably be more on guard than they seem to be.
- by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Sydney's MLC Centre could soon have a new part owner with GPT putting its $760 million half share in the landmark building on the market.
- by Sarah Danckert
Almost a dozen Senate Republicans broke with the White House on Russia, voting to move forward on a resolution that would maintain sanctions in place.
Wildcard Zoe Hives and qualifier Astra Sharma both went down in straight sets as Ashleigh Barty kept her good form rolling.
- by Paul Sakkal
New York rubbish truck driver, who drank beer before the bicycle crash that killed Australian tourist Madison Lyden, has left court with $US1000 in fines.
- by Peter Mitchell
Temperatures reached into the 40s across the capital on February 1, 1968 – which is still Canberra's hottest day on record.
- by Staff writers
Sliding house prices, worries about a global trade war and the Australian cricket team have all played a role in Australian consumer confidence plunging, says Westpac.
- by Wayne Cole
Canberra is on track to break its record for the most consecutive days of 40 degrees or above, according to forecasters.
- by Jasper Lindell
Australia was home to all 15 of the world's hottest temperatures on Tuesday, a feat it may well repeat on Wednesday and beyond as a huge swath of the nation bakes.
- by Peter Hannam
Demolition contractor Daniel Cook responded to an ad for swim school franchise Jump! for what he thought would be a straight-forward job.
- by Emma Koehn & Cara Waters
Which one of these did you live in?
- by Bree Element
Authorities have evacuated around 50 survivors of the deadly attack on a luxury Nairobi hotel, which claimed a US citizen and a British citizen among the 15 reportedly dead.
Meanwhile, Greens MPs are threatening to bypass a government ruling that citizenship ceremonies be held on January 26, by running their own ceremonies outside the public holiday.
- by Max Koslowski
Now is the time for Brussels, not just London, to redouble Brexit diplomacy to help ensure that a hard, disorderly exit doesn’t come to pass.
- by Andrew Hammond
"Given the current situation in R. Kelly's personal life and the controversy surrounding him, the promoters have decided not to move forward," the tour's organisers said.
- by Robert Moran
UK carmaking giants says they have been bracing for a Brexit 'disaster'.
- by Gabrielle Coppola, Oliver Sachgau & Christoph Rauwald
The prospect seems remote, but Tennis Australia performance boss Wally Masur believes a closed-doors sit-down could solve the spat between Lleyton Hewitt and Bernard Tomic.
- by Ben McKay & Darren Walton
McDonald's said it plans to appeal after losing some European Union trademark rights to the Big Mac name after a challenge by smaller Irish rival Supermac's.
- by Stephanie Bodoni and Leslie Patton
St George Illawarra's English import Gareth Widdop will return home next year after signing a three-year deal with Warrington Wolves in Super League.
Two cats are living large at a $US1500-a-month ($2083) studio apartment their owner rents for them in Silicon Valley, where a housing shortage has sent rents skyrocketing.
Scores of pro-Brexit defectors from Theresa May’s Conservative party doomed the deal, voting alongside most of Labour’s MPs who hope they can now trigger a general election.
- by Nick Miller
Plus, what will a private education cost in Canberra?
- by Steve Evans
'All Over Now' chronicles a case of domestic abuse and features O'Riordan's haunting voice.
- by Nardine Saad
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is urging Republican senators to support the Trump administration's decision to ease sanctions on Russian companies.
Socceroos winger Awer Mabil says his trademark goal celebration is intended to raise awareness for people suffering from mental health problems.
- by Vince Rugari
The founder of Chinese telecommunications company Huawei, Ren Zhengfei, has said he puts business first, and would “definitely say no” to a request to spy.
- by Kirsty Needham
Enrico Fermi was a physicist, James Allan. Biology provides the answer; or rather, evolution.
- by The Canberra Times
The first of 16 machines aimed at keeping vital fish stocks alive in NSW's ailing rivers will be installed as soon as Wednesday as fears build of more large dieoffs amid searing inland temperatures.
- by Peter Hannam
Weston Creek Men's Shed has relocated to a better facility, while a new Men's Shed will be built in Hughes.
- by Cassandra Morgan
Rubbish from towns surrounding Canberra was being stockpiled at the Mugga Lane tip as the closure of the Hume recycling facility entered its fifth day.
- by Katie Burgess
The ACT government says the changes aimed instead to protect tenants from excessive rent increases.
- by Daniel Burdon
The survey asks Dickson Aquatic Centre users for their thoughts on the future of the facility.
- by Dan Jervis-Bardy
As uncertainty over government funding continues, private and Catholic schools are raising fees.
- by Sherryn Groch
Drink while you draw, picnic in the gardens of the National Gallery and spruce up your summer clothes with some tie-dye.
- by Serena Coady
Bill Kelty has warned the alternative prime minister he has a duty to protect workers' savings over the vested interests of "loud underperformers".
- by Eryk Bagshaw
It is highly likely Australians will go to the polls with a federal political donations regime that fails to deliver the transparency the electorate has made clear it wants.
- by Colleen Lewis
Elaina Tito refused a redeployment offer after an injury because it would have left her children without someone to care for them.
- by Hamish Hastie
Aussie Matt Ebden says he holds no fears in going after Spanish ace Rafael Nadal.
- by Sam McClure
Instead of a hotel, two British Australian Open players are staying with a sports-mad family in Melbourne's south-east - and it's not the first time the family has hosted international players.
- by Carolyn Webb
Mobile and internet banking services have been restored several hours after frustrated National Australia Bank customers were hit by the second outage in a week on Tuesday afternoon.
- by Simone Fox Koob
Officials managing Australia’s most important river network have also cast doubt on claims that a million fish were killed in this month’s mass die-off in the Murray-Darling system.
- by Nicole Hasham
The children have been diagnosed with measles after returning home from a trip to Sri Lanka, health authorities say.
- by Kate Aubusson
Ed Harry, which has 87 stores across Australia, will immediately hold a clearance sale of existing merchandise.
- by Alex Druce