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Search to resume for women missing in Royal National Park

Wed Sep 28 22:51:22 UTC 2016

A search for two women believed to be missing in the Royal National Park was due to resume this morning.



Melbourne weather: South Australia's wild storm lashes regional Victoria

Wed Sep 28 22:48:08 UTC 2016

Wild weather that plunged Adelaide into darkness has hit already saturated areas of regional Victoria, with more heavy rain and damaging winds on the way.



Samsung's 'cannot fail' attitude behind Galaxy Note 7 disaster

Wed Sep 28 22:40:04 UTC 2016

Samsung's disastrous launch of its latest smartphone is a symptom the family controlled company's structure, according to a leading figuring in South Korea's start-up scene.



Alec Baldwin cast as Donald Trump for Saturday Night Live's US election season

Wed Sep 28 22:38:11 UTC 2016

The 58-year-old actor and comedian might have been handed one the most important roles of his career: playing Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live.



NBA 2016/17: Dallas Mavericks excited about the prospect of 'dirty' Andrew Bogut

Wed Sep 28 22:37:30 UTC 2016

Dallas Mavericks' billionaire owner Mark Cuban and star Dirk Nowitzki are salivating at the prospect of "dirty" play from Australian veteran recruit Andrew Bogut.



NZ's hot housing market poses substantial risk to financial stability

Wed Sep 28 22:33:23 UTC 2016

Imbalances in New Zealand's housing market posed a financial stability risk, the central bank said.



South Australia blackout: storms set to move to NSW

Wed Sep 28 22:32:41 UTC 2016

NSW is next in line for the mega-storm that brought havoc across South Australia and plunged the entire state into black-out.



AFL grand final 2016: At least the Western Bulldogs weren't cursed by a priest - unlike Mayo

Wed Sep 28 22:34:55 UTC 2016

The Western Bulldogs' 62-year drought between premierships has been heartfelt and painful for the club's patient and long-suffering fans.



Wearables: The brolly that knows more than you do

Wed Sep 28 22:32:18 UTC 2016

How would you like an umbrella that lets you know if you leave it behind? The Oombrella will send an alert to your phone if you walk off without it.



Minister Josh Frydenberg, senator Nick Xenophon question renewables in wake of South Australia blackout

Wed Sep 28 22:34:06 UTC 2016

The Federal Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg and other MPs have raised questions about South Australia's increasing use of renewable energy in the wake of a state-wide blackout.



'Worse than a slaughterhouse': Russian-backed warplanes knock out Aleppo hospitals

Wed Sep 28 22:29:02 UTC 2016

Russian or Syrian warplanes knocked two hospitals out of service in Aleppo on Wednesday and ground forces intensified an assault the UN said had made the city worse than a slaughterhouse.



To fight belly fat, prioritise sleep

Wed Sep 28 22:27:06 UTC 2016

It's a pretty universal desire. I'm not talking about the living-forever wish - I mean having a flat belly. Have you ever heard anyone say, "No, actually, I'd like to go with the round, protruding kind."



Perth's Murdoch Uni pays big bucks to attract best and brightest

Wed Sep 28 22:25:25 UTC 2016

Year 12 students - look up from your study notes and take notice.



Champions League soccer: Tom Rogic's Celtic draw with Manchester City in Glasgow

Wed Sep 28 22:24:39 UTC 2016

Socceroo Tom Rogic prominent in exhilarating encounter at Parkhead.



WA Police honour officers killed in the line of duty

Wed Sep 28 22:24:38 UTC 2016

Police around Australia are marking national Police Remembrance Day to remember officers who died in the line of duty.



The X Factor Australia 2016: Iggy Azalea gets booed but that doesn't mean she's nasty

Wed Sep 28 22:24:31 UTC 2016

Cruel TV judges used to win ratings - but that formula has grown stale. What does this mean for The X Factor's Iggy Azalea?



Poll says Hillary Clinton won first debate but no boost to support

Wed Sep 28 22:22:44 UTC 2016

A majority of Americans say Democrat Hillary Clinton won Monday night's presidential debate, but her performance doesn't appear to have boosted her level of support among likely voters, according to a Reuters/Ipsos national tracking poll released on Wednesday.



Deutsche Bank says it doesn't need fresh capital

Wed Sep 28 22:17:50 UTC 2016

Deutsche Bank chief executive John Cryan rules out any German government bail-out for the embattled bank.



Melbourne weather: Regional Victoria bracing for heavy rain, flash flooding

Wed Sep 28 22:16:59 UTC 2016

Wet and wild weather will cross Victoria overnight on Wednesday, bringing up to 80mm of rain to rural areas.



Melbourne Express: Thursday, September 29, 2016

Wed Sep 28 22:15:13 UTC 2016

Kick-start your day with live news, travel updates, weather and more. Share your journey, tips, pics, videos and comments. Email Marissa at mcalligeros@fairfaxmedia.com.au.



It's officially over: BlackBerry to stop making phones

Wed Sep 28 22:12:06 UTC 2016

Sales of Blackberry smartphones - the product category that made the brand a household name - will stop in February 2017.



Bachelor 'villain' Keira Maguire has her eye on Bachelorette Australia's Sam

Wed Sep 28 22:08:57 UTC 2016

It would be a match made in reality TV heaven if Keira Maguire gets her way with Sam Johnston.



Severe weather warning for damaging winds and heavy rain in the ACT

Wed Sep 28 22:03:48 UTC 2016

The Bureau of Meteorology issued a warning of peak gusts of more than 90 km/h.



James Corden performs with the Backstreet Boys and outshines original members

Wed Sep 28 22:03:27 UTC 2016

If James Corden hadn't scaled the heights of late-night talk show television, it's highly possible he could have been a teen heartthrob.



8@eight: ASX set for oil boost

Wed Sep 28 21:57:05 UTC 2016

The local sharemarket is set to open sharply higher after Wall Street was boosted by OPEC's decision to reduce oil output overnight.



9/11 legislation: Barack Obama overruled by US Congress and Senate, families can sue Saudi Arabia

Wed Sep 28 22:27:24 UTC 2016

In remarkable votes in the Senate and the House – 97-1 and 348-77 respectively – on Wednesday, Obama's veto was overridden.



'I won't be silent': Serena Williams speaks up on racial injustice in candid Facebook post

Wed Sep 28 21:53:44 UTC 2016

To tennis champion Serena Williams, a decision to let her 18-year-old nephew drive her to meetings so that she could safely use her phone in the car filled her with misgivings.



Oil surges on report OPEC agrees to limit output

Wed Sep 28 21:44:47 UTC 2016

OPEC agreed on Wednesday to reduce its oil output to 32.5 million barrels per day.






Fed's credibility takes another hit

Wed Sep 28 21:43:27 UTC 2016

Traders see barely more than coin-flip odds that the US Fed will raise interest rates by December.



Hakuna Matata! Disney confirms a live-action remake of The Lion King movie

Wed Sep 28 22:49:38 UTC 2016

The beloved animated film will be remade by Jon Favreau after his success with another live-action remake, The Jungle Book.



Crash leaves one dead, Bruce Highway closed near Gladstone

Wed Sep 28 22:16:43 UTC 2016

A driver has died after a cement truck and car collided in central Queensland.



US election: Donald Trump's wealth shrunk by $1b last year, says Forbes

Wed Sep 28 21:25:51 UTC 2016

US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's estimated net worth is $US3.7 billion, $US800 million less than a year ago, Forbes magazine reported on Wednesday, attributing the loss largely to New York's softening real estate market.



Canberra mornings: Thursday, September 29, 2016

Wed Sep 28 21:24:14 UTC 2016

The news, traffic and weather to get you up to speed.



Overnight sports wrap: Manchester City held by Celtic, as Novak Djokovic pulls out of China Open

Wed Sep 28 21:10:29 UTC 2016

All the action you might have missed.



Pepe the Frog, once used by Donald Trump, listed as a hate symbol by the Anti-Defamation League

Wed Sep 28 21:09:51 UTC 2016

The cartoon frog has also appeared in social media posts shared by Donald Trump and his son.



Townville shooting: Children, teacher shot at South Carolina primary school

Wed Sep 28 21:02:39 UTC 2016

A teenager allegedly shot and wounded two children and a teacher at an elementary school in South Carolina



How it happened: Flight MH17, the weapon, the launch and the aftermath

Wed Sep 28 22:24:20 UTC 2016

In July 2014, a Buk ground-to-air launcher, armed with four missiles and sat on a low trailer, crossed the Russian border into eastern Ukraine.



British family discovers one-metre-wide wasp nest while renovating

Wed Sep 28 20:52:56 UTC 2016

For one British family renovations unearthed something that can only be described as horrifying.



I nagged my children and now I've been vindicated

Wed Sep 28 22:10:21 UTC 2016

Nagging gets bad press, but researchers have come out on the side of nagging and I couldn't be more thrilled, writes Jenna Price.



Mars awaits: Sydney rocket scientist to test ion drive in space

Wed Sep 28 09:15:21 UTC 2016

A Sydney rocket scientist has just signed a deal to test his ion drive in space.



Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down from pro-Russian rebel controlled territory, investigation finds

Wed Sep 28 20:53:50 UTC 2016

Flight MH17 was shot down from pro-Russian rebel controlled territory, with a missile that had recently been transported from Russia, a criminal investigation has found.



Questions follow South Australia's state-wide blackout

Wed Sep 28 22:35:40 UTC 2016

Your personally curated news with six things you need to know before you get going.



Spring fling: Koalas looking for love take stroll on the beach

Wed Sep 28 15:57:09 UTC 2016

Guy Innes was sitting on his porch enjoying a coffee when he noticed a koala strolling across a beach to access the water at Salamander Bay.



Max Walker's crucial legacy: healthier blokes

Wed Sep 28 14:46:19 UTC 2016

His tragic death should remind Aussie men that it's OK to get your skin, prostate and mental health checked.



High-class design and materials

Wed Sep 28 14:43:49 UTC 2016

Five-star living is the standard in this private East O'Malley estate where no expense has been spared.



Job losses in steel industry linked to rise in domestic violence

Wed Sep 28 14:35:41 UTC 2016

Job losses have been linked to a rise in domestic violence rates in a new analysis of the impact of a major downturn in the steel industry.



Hundreds of red gums at risk if trench is built at Rosanna rail crossing

Wed Sep 28 14:41:41 UTC 2016

Hundreds of native trees that grow alongside the Hurstbridge railway line could be cut down and replaced with two-metre concrete barriers if a proposal to carve a rail trench beneath Lower Plenty Road in Rosanna go ahead.



Graeme Allan allegedly ordered GWS staffer to delete email from Lachie Whitfield's girlfriend

Wed Sep 28 14:14:11 UTC 2016

Former GWS football boss Graeme Allan told a staff member to delete an email from Lachie Whitfield's girlfriend raising alarms about the player's alleged drug use and behaviour.



Clive Palmer emerges from the Western Bulldogs kennel for the AFL Grand Final

Wed Sep 28 14:05:32 UTC 2016

Given the Western Bulldogs footy team has not won a premiership flag since 1961, every supporter from the past is staking a claim.



Minister for Women Michaelia Cash oversees department with lowest female representation on government boards

Wed Sep 28 13:34:18 UTC 2016

The Turnbull government has celebrated hitting its target for getting women on government boards, but one minister - who should know better - is lagging...



Twice exceptional: Jake Widjaya advocates for gifted education and limb differences

Wed Sep 28 13:33:38 UTC 2016

There are children who are different - exceptional, even - and then there's Jake Widjaya.



Transformer, bodybuilder, topless waiter: The man who got the Brownlow buzzing

Wed Sep 28 13:33:32 UTC 2016

The muscly security guard who stole the show at this year's Brownlow Medal is no stranger to the limelight.



State in the dark: South Australia's major power outage

Wed Sep 28 21:20:16 UTC 2016

The entire state of South Australia is currently without power.



'Av a good rest in peace, Mr Walker'

Wed Sep 28 13:12:06 UTC 2016

"Tangles" because of his distinctive action, Max Walker actually was as uncomplicated as his big toothy grin, his other trademark.



Melbourne Storm's Cooper Cronk and North Queensland Cowboys' Jason Taumalolo joint Dally M Medal winners

Wed Sep 28 12:57:29 UTC 2016

Melbourne halfback Cooper Cronk and North Queensland back-rower Jason Taumalolo became just the second joint winners of the Dally M Medal after a gripping count at The Star on Wednesday night.



Dally M Medal: Ricky Stuart, Jarrod Croker and Joey Leilua's pain eased with awards

Wed Sep 28 12:25:48 UTC 2016

Ricky Stuart's moment of hesitation regarding the club captaincy two years ago is a distant memory after a Canberra Raiders double at the Dally M awards.



Gifted and talented students are neglected by our schools

Wed Sep 28 12:08:08 UTC 2016

It's a worry that Australians fret so volubly over the fortunes of our sporting elite yet the long, steady decline in the results of our best and brightest young students barely rates a mention.



Hillary Clinton can't be compared to Donald Trump: she wins hands down

Wed Sep 28 12:07:16 UTC 2016

It was hard not to be distracted by Donald Trump's performance in the first presidential debate, and indeed the focus lay with him in much of the subsequent analysis.



ASX working on 'industrial strength' blockchain platform

Wed Sep 28 11:57:02 UTC 2016

The mysterious technical failure at the ASX last week didn't worry investors, who remain focused on the world-first blockchain game plan.



South Australia blackout: Once in 50-year storm lashes state

Wed Sep 28 11:52:09 UTC 2016

The entire state of South Australia was without power for several hours, with the region in the grip of what could be one of the most extreme weather systems to hit in 50 years.



Canberra radio ratings September 2016

Wed Sep 28 11:52:15 UTC 2016

There's not even daylight between them.



Taronga Zoo to open early for guests with autism spectrum disorder

Wed Sep 28 11:26:35 UTC 2016

Instead of a night at the museum, it's a rare morning at the zoo without the crowds and queues.



Dally M Red Carpet 2016: The best and most creatively dressed

Wed Sep 28 14:38:21 UTC 2016

The Dally M, the Brownlow's more relaxed cousin, caused a spray tan shortage.



Oops, it seems we've been 'accidentally' billed. How could MP Steven Irons not know?

Wed Sep 28 11:16:02 UTC 2016

Just imagine if you did what Liberal MP Steven Irons did. That is, you charged your customers, or clients, or patients $2000 to fly to your own wedding



Shoot the Chef winner Julian Kingma splices Igni chef Aaron Turner for top prize

Wed Sep 28 11:16:02 UTC 2016

A photographer took a pair of scissors to his work when preparing a winning recipe for the Shoot the Chef competition.



Coroner delays decision on release of CCTV of Ms Dhu's final moments

Wed Sep 28 11:05:25 UTC 2016

The family of death-in-custody victim Ms Dhu have made submissions asking for CCTV of her final moments to be made public.



A third of Australia's nurses are thinking of leaving the profession

Wed Sep 28 11:13:22 UTC 2016

A new study has found almost a third of Australia's nurses are thinking of leaving the profession because they are overworked, undervalued and in danger of burning out.



Qantas warns of fire risk after device combusts on New York trip

Wed Sep 28 11:01:03 UTC 2016

Qantas warns of risk of phones catching fire on board after device with a lithium battery ignited mid flight.



Ombudsman warns of less oversight of NSW police under new watchdog

Wed Sep 28 11:00:44 UTC 2016

Professor John McMillan says the proposed new Law Enforcement Conduct Commission lacks key powers.



Column 8

Wed Sep 28 10:54:03 UTC 2016

News of the Governor-General's latest activities



Gonski reforms were not meant to aid wealthy schools

Wed Sep 28 10:52:54 UTC 2016

The Independent Schools Council of Australia director Colette Colman ("Private Schools turn on Turnbull", September 28), in saying that funding cuts to well-funded non-government schools could lead to fee increases, has reprised John Howard's justification for the introduction of the failed policy.



Government appoints information watchdog Timothy Pilgrim but no one to fill top privacy, FOI jobs

Wed Sep 28 10:57:11 UTC 2016

Federal law appears to suggest the information, privacy and FOI watchdogs shouldn't be the same person.



Dementia to topple heart disease as leading cause of death: ABS data

Wed Sep 28 10:40:34 UTC 2016

Australians who survive those first 24 hours will probably die as they descend into old age, and most likely from heart disease.



Revealed: the nation's most 'over-funded' schools

Wed Sep 28 11:46:51 UTC 2016

Elite private schools receiving taxpayer funding almost three times as generous as they are entitled to.



Forget your foam roller and buy a vibrator and other lessons learnt by Tim Ferriss

Wed Sep 28 10:32:19 UTC 2016

Tim Ferriss has one of the world's best podcasts, where he interviews some of the world's best performers about their daily habits including how they eat and train.   



Isn't it ironic... Chicken Treat next to poultry pavilion at Perth Royal Show

Wed Sep 28 10:26:48 UTC 2016

Irony can be a bitter thing.



Forbes floods: NSW town could lose its main access for up to six weeks

Wed Sep 28 10:42:05 UTC 2016

In the words of one resident: "Time's up, it needs to be fixed."



Should you take nutrition advice from your personal trainer?

Wed Sep 28 10:22:57 UTC 2016

Personal trainers are often on the front line for all things health-related.  



Land and Environment Court rejects latest plans to redevelop the former Balmain Leagues Club site

Wed Sep 28 10:19:58 UTC 2016

Court decision leaves main road redevelopment in limbo



Politics and pokies: Experts sound alarm on conflicts of interest and misplaced priorities

Wed Sep 28 10:19:45 UTC 2016

Pokies and politics: Gambling harm experts warn of conflicts of interest.