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They came, they saw, they lost

They came, they saw, they lost

The old guard is immovable as ever. Over the course of Friday night and Saturday afternoon, the two foremost teenagers were dispatched by two 30-somethings, ranked one and two in the world.

  • by Greg Baum

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When juggling parenthood and politics takes its toll
Liberal Party

When juggling parenthood and politics takes its toll

Taken at face value, Kelly O’Dwyer’s candid explanation underpins the harsh reality of modern politics: it can be bruising, particularly when juggled with parenthood.

  • by Farrah Tomazin
Kelly O'Dwyer wasn't perfect, but she was a champion for women and paid the price for it
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Kelly O'Dwyer wasn't perfect, but she was a champion for women and paid the price for it

Shock resignation has rocked the government and reopened a festering wound the Coalition is incapable of healing.

  • by Bevan Shields
Matildas rally to Stajcic's defence after 'culture' sacking
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Analysis

Matildas rally to Stajcic's defence after 'culture' sacking

Critics and supporters have weighed in for and against sacked Matildas boss Alen Stajcic.

  • by Michael Lynch
Momentum swings in Hobart's favour as Scorchers fall in final over
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Momentum swings in Hobart's favour as Scorchers fall in final over

The Perth Scorchers have been defeated by the number one team in the Big Bash League, the Hobart Hurricanes, going down in the last over of the night.

  • by Lachie Byrne
Fear and recalcitrance the only possible explanations for our unrepresentative Parliament
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Fear and recalcitrance the only possible explanations for our unrepresentative Parliament

Companies are increasingly waking up to the fact that hiring from the same mould condemns them to “the dumb curve”.

  • by Jacqueline Maley
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Beneath its cool water, a tragic history haunts Casuarina Sands
Investigation

Beneath its cool water, a tragic history haunts Casuarina Sands

The recent drowning death at Casuarina Sands provided a stark reminder of how this inland waterway, has taken many Canberra lives through the years.

  • by Peter Brewer
Jokowi vs Prabowo: Indonesian presidential debate robotic, risk-averse
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Jokowi vs Prabowo: Indonesian presidential debate robotic, risk-averse

The first debate of Indonesia's 2019 presidential election posed key questions on terrorism, corruption and human rights, but provided few answers.

  • by James Massola
No deal, little confidence and a shambolic plan - where to now for the Brits?
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No deal, little confidence and a shambolic plan - where to now for the Brits?

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal - two years in the making - failed in spectacular fashion this week and the country’s future hangs in the balance.

  • by David Estcourt & Rachael Dexter
Loss to Mariners highlights City's need for a clinical finisher
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Analysis

Loss to Mariners highlights City's need for a clinical finisher

Melbourne City's need was clearly shown when they monopolised possession against the Mariners. Can they find one in the transfer window?

  • by Michael Lynch
WA graduates slowest in nation to get full-time work
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WA graduates slowest in nation to get full-time work

Western Australian university graduates are lagging behind their eastern states counterparts in securing full-time jobs.

  • by Dakshayani Shankar