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How to refresh a waning faith in democracy

Tue Oct 25 02:03:22 UTC 2016

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have both been portrayed as threats to democracy. But is democracy in America at present a threat to itself?

Philippines stock investors weigh up Duterte's policies with a solid economy

Tue Oct 25 02:02:55 UTC 2016

President Duterte's anti-US rhetoric has scared off some international investors, but some still think the country is a solid growth story.

One down, 34,999 photovoltaic panels to go at Williamsdale Solar Farm

Tue Oct 25 02:02:53 UTC 2016

The ACT's third large-scale solar farm forms part of a strategy to safeguard Canberrans from changing energy prices.

Man dies after being shot multiple times in Sydney's south west

Tue Oct 25 02:03:41 UTC 2016

A man has been shot multiple times in a south west Sydney street on Tuesday morning.

Waterfront Place ceiling collapses on office floor federal cabinet was meeting

Tue Oct 25 01:55:28 UTC 2016

Part of a ceiling has collapsed inside Brisbane's Commonwealth offices at the city.

Donald Trump launches his own cable-style news show

Tue Oct 25 01:49:59 UTC 2016

Donald Trump's presidential campaign has launched a nightly online cable-TV style news show, spurring rumours that should he lose the election the candidate plans to start his own media network.

The cliffhanger is back, but what will it bring next?

Tue Oct 25 01:48:34 UTC 2016

Whether or not you're a fan of The Walking Dead, chances are you've heard that this season's premiere resolved last season's who-lived-and-who-died cliffhanger. Don't worry: This column includes absolutely no spoilers. It's the word "cliffhanger" that interests the word maven in me.

Luke texted worried mum to say he was OK, then 15-year-old driver lost control

Tue Oct 25 01:47:31 UTC 2016

One dead, four in hospital after Holden Commodore with a teenager behind the wheel slams into a tree in Sunshine West.

Lady Gaga album Joanne strips away the mask but reveals little of the artist

Tue Oct 25 01:46:22 UTC 2016

If Joanne is meant to reveal the real person behind the meat suit, why does it sound so generic?

Former census chief says fining people over names would be 'gross injustice'

Tue Oct 25 01:49:58 UTC 2016

A former head of the Bureau of Statistics has told a Senate inquiry he considered not putting his name on this year's form, believing the bureau had no power to compel the provision of names.

Cashed-up downsizers moving into Brisbane's biggest apartments

Tue Oct 25 01:41:51 UTC 2016

Downsizers are selling suburban homes for luxury inner city apartments.

Sydney Grammar revealed as elite school where teacher allegedly had sex with student

Tue Oct 25 01:39:44 UTC 2016

The prestigious private school where a female teacher allegedly had a sexual relationship with a student can now be identified as Sydney Grammar.

Adnate's Adam Goodes Doug Moran Portrait Prize entry has rich graffiti heritage

Tue Oct 25 01:56:22 UTC 2016

Ten years painting graffiti on the streets of Melbourne made for an invaluable, if unconventional, apprenticeship for portrait painter Matt Adnate.

'Malcolm Turnbull is a Jew': anti-Israel gun owner fails to win back firearms licence

Tue Oct 25 01:37:06 UTC 2016

A Melbourne "conspiracy theorist" who believes Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is secretly Jewish and that Islamic State is an Israeli front has failed in a legal fight to get his gun licence back.

Foxtel Play embraces try before you buy with HBO's Westworld

Tue Oct 25 01:34:42 UTC 2016

Aussie viewers can get a free taste of Westworld and Foxtel's other new HBO dramas as the pay TV giant fights to win more viewers away from the BitTorrent channel.

Jimmy Perry, creator and co-writer of Dad's Army

Tue Oct 25 01:33:12 UTC 2016

Perry's famous "Don't tell him, Pike!" scene was repeatedly voted the funniest in television history

After George Brandis v Justin Gleeson, who would want to be Solicitor-General?

Tue Oct 25 01:36:00 UTC 2016

There is a pantomime-worthy piece of theatre in Parliament when a new Speaker is "dragged" to the chair, in a nod to the historical perils of a post in which a monarch might remove their head for proffering an unpalatable message.

'They don't care': Paid Parental Leave cut leaves women devastated

Tue Oct 25 01:30:34 UTC 2016

Amy Shipp will be forced to leave her twins when her gorgeous daughters are just seven months old.

Surge of early voters favour Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump

Tue Oct 25 01:54:38 UTC 2016

As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump shape up for the final two weeks of the election, over five million Americans already have voted, with a surge of Democratic voters coming out on Monday in Florida, a state that could decide the election.

WikiLeaks bombshells about Hillary Clinton fail to detonate - or even rattle campaign

Tue Oct 25 01:27:01 UTC 2016

The content of thousands of emails have some "inside the beltway" intrigue but at best they have mediocre news value.

Don't buy into the hype about Danny Green and Anthony Mundine's rematch

Tue Oct 25 01:26:57 UTC 2016

There are some excellent things happening in Australian boxing circles at the moment. Danny Green fighting Anthony Mundine a decade after their first bout is not one of them.

Smart devices, dumb security: expect more botnet attacks

Tue Oct 25 01:26:47 UTC 2016

Security experts speaking at Australia's Ruxcon 2016 event explain why the weekend's internet problems are likely just the beginning.

How the average person's wealth doubles from about age 30 to 40

Tue Oct 25 01:18:18 UTC 2016

The greatest wealth divide is between those just starting out, and their 35-plus, established selves. Beyond that, the growth in your bottom line is slow and steady.

The King's School lacked funds to help alleged sex abuse victim, royal commission hears

Tue Oct 25 01:15:52 UTC 2016

The King's School, which charges up to $55,000 a year in fees, did not have enough money to help an alleged sexual abuse victim, a royal commission has heard.

Young women now as likely to be drinkers as men, says study

Tue Oct 25 01:15:38 UTC 2016

Young women are now as likely to be drinkers as men and face similar levels of problem drinking and related harm, researchers say.

Canberra Bunda Street building home to Academy, Shorty's hits the market

Tue Oct 25 01:12:42 UTC 2016

The sale of a city building home to some of Canberra's most popular watering holes and eateries is expected to be hotly-contested.

PM ties Cross River Rail funds to Brisbane Metro project

Tue Oct 25 01:12:08 UTC 2016

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has intervened in the ongoing dispute between the Queensland government and Brisbane City Council over the planned metro project, as he announced a $10 million contribution to Cross River Rail planning.

Tabcorp shareholders nearly punt company director, remuneration report

Tue Oct 25 01:42:32 UTC 2016

Tabcorp might have excited the sharemarket with its $11.3 billion bid for Tatts Group last week – but not all the wagering giant's shareholders are happy.

Andrew Bogut sees value in no-consent AFL trades

Tue Oct 25 01:09:18 UTC 2016

No-consent trades common in American sports should be considered by the AFL, according to Australian NBA star Andrew Bogut.

Australia's top 13 shark hotspots

Tue Oct 25 01:17:38 UTC 2016

NSW dominates the list of locations with the most shark bites in Australia.

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton 'petrified' car will fail him again in Formula One championship run-in

Tue Oct 25 01:05:28 UTC 2016

Lewis Hamilton has admitted that he was "haunted" by the engine failures which have left his championship chances hanging by a thread, driving every lap of the US Grand Prix "petrified" that his Mercedes might give up on him again.

Volunteer firefighters to pull out of Supreme Court battle over union pay deal

Tue Oct 25 01:04:39 UTC 2016

Volunteer firefighters are set to dump legal action against the Andrews government's controversial industrial deal with the firefighters union.

George Brandis should not 'compromise' selection of next Solicitor-General: Labor

Tue Oct 25 01:03:15 UTC 2016

Labor has asked Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for a guarantee the appointment of the government's next chief lawyer will not be "compromised" by Attorney-General George Brandis.

Alistair Coe to lead Canberra Liberals after election drubbing

Tue Oct 25 01:02:19 UTC 2016

Jeremy Hanson has taken the fall for the party's election loss.

Markets Live: Bargain hunting drives ASX higher

Tue Oct 25 01:02:12 UTC 2016

Shares climb as investors jump into big names as well as oversold ones, while earnings updates see Aconex surge and Bega Cheese sink.

It will take conservatives a lot of work to clean up after Donald Trump

Tue Oct 25 01:01:30 UTC 2016

Conservatives need to be clear-eyed about the enormity of the Failure of 2016. The Republican Party -- the imperfect political vehicle for conservative policy, ideas and values -- nominated a man for president of the United States who is manifestly unfit to hold that office.

Daily world dispatch - what happens next?

Tue Oct 25 01:01:05 UTC 2016

In Thailand, China, the US and Brazil, we see that shocking events can shed light on deeper trends.

Saturday Tattslotto draw leaves one person $4m richer

Tue Oct 25 01:00:37 UTC 2016

If you love surprise money, spent the weekend on the Gold Coast and bought a lotto ticket, you could be in for some good news.

Housing is Scott Morrison's favourite sort of problem - someone else's - with a fix years away

Tue Oct 25 01:00:05 UTC 2016

At first glance, Treasurer Scott Morrison's speech on housing affordability might look like an improvement on his predecessor's "get a job, a job that pays well" advice. It's not.

'Pick of the week': Bet on a sunny Derby Day, but not Melbourne Cup

Tue Oct 25 00:58:25 UTC 2016

The clouds will mostly vanish, the winds are set to ease - but it won't last.

Emotional Michael Barlow thanks Fremantle fans, eyes move to Adelaide

Tue Oct 25 01:31:02 UTC 2016

An emotional Michael Barlow thanked Fremantle fans for their support since his departure from the Dockers and said there 17 other teams he was eyeing to continue his AFL career with.

Ascot races brawl forced security to close grandstand

Tue Oct 25 00:56:43 UTC 2016

With a week to go before the race that stops a nation, Perth Racing has reassured patrons its security staff will be on hand to monitor crowd behaviour after a brawl broke out at the venue on Saturday.

Anthony Mundine and Danny Green fight set for Adelaide Oval

Tue Oct 25 01:01:26 UTC 2016

The long-awaited boxing rematch between Anthony Mundine and Danny Green will be held in Adelaide next year.

20 years on, police offer $1m reward to help catch fatal Ferny Creek arsonist

Tue Oct 25 00:42:39 UTC 2016

A $1 million reward has been put up for any information about who started a Dandenong Ranges bushfire in 1997 which left three people dead.

Panama-infested Queensland banana farm bought out

Tue Oct 25 00:42:03 UTC 2016

The Queensland banana farm ruined by the devastating Panama disease last year has been bought out.

Does the dick pic really deserve a defence?

Tue Oct 25 00:32:29 UTC 2016

A video by Alain de Botton's School of Life encourages more men to "give dick pics a go." Really?

Power outages cause chaos on Canberra roads as traffic lights stop working

Tue Oct 25 00:31:36 UTC 2016

Power outages across Canberra and Queanbeyan caused traffic chaos.

Bega Cheese dumped as baby formula venture sours

Tue Oct 25 01:38:26 UTC 2016

Bega Cheese shares have slumped as a push into the infant formula market has soured.

Pay dispute leads to Josh Green's departure from Brisbane Lions

Tue Oct 25 00:28:30 UTC 2016

The Brisbane Lions have delisted small forward Josh Green after six seasons and 81 games at the club.

Brazilian farmers face charges over shooting of Kaiowa people, private militias

Tue Oct 25 01:41:05 UTC 2016

Five Brazilian farmers have been arrested in connection with a land dispute that is killing the Guarani-Kaiowa people.

Is AT&T mega-deal a sign of things to come in Australia?

Tue Oct 25 00:34:56 UTC 2016

The initial reaction to hearing about the AT&T/Time Warner deal is fear.

Meet Alex Jones: the voice in Donald Trump's head

Tue Oct 25 00:48:46 UTC 2016

Jones supporters "They think they are part of the globalist conspiracy run by potentially aliens and/or demons, and I'm not even being sarcastic because this is basically what the story line is."

Dixon Hospitality emerges as preferred bidder for seven Keystone assets

Tue Oct 25 00:25:55 UTC 2016

Dixon Hospitality has emerged as the preferred bidder for seven of the Keystone Group assets, including Cargo Bar, Bungalow and Kingsleys Woolloomooloo.

Deadpool director Tim Miller quits after creative differences with Ryan Reynolds

Tue Oct 25 01:37:59 UTC 2016

Director Tim Miller has reportedly quit the Deadpool franchise after a string of creative differences with its star, Ryan Reynolds.

US gun violence: 37 people shot in one weekend in Chicago

Tue Oct 25 00:12:57 UTC 2016

Six people were killed and 31 others were wounded in shootings in Chicago over the weekend as the number of homicides this year climbed to nearly 200 above the same period last year.

Stabbed Mitcham man's ex-wife remanded, lawyer asks for psychiatric health check

Tue Oct 25 00:18:17 UTC 2016

The 69-year-old former wife of a 73-year-old man who was fatally stabbed in Mitcham on Monday has fronted court charged with his murder.

Missing Esperance campers sighted at pub on first day of travel

Tue Oct 25 01:01:38 UTC 2016

A WA couple missing for a week since setting off from Esperance on a camping trip stopped in to a tavern on the first day of their travels, police say.

Pete Burns, frontman of '80s UK band Dead Or Alive, dead at 57

Mon Oct 24 23:56:47 UTC 2016

Celebrities including Boy George have led tributes for the You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) singer, who died of a 'massive cardiac arrest'.

Horse trainer Darren Weir in dispute with Warrnambool locals over use of beaches

Mon Oct 24 23:52:59 UTC 2016

Racing Minister Martin Pakula has sprung to the defense of Warrnambool-based trainer Darren Weir, following claims by internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Shane Howard that Weir and his training operation were ruining local beaches.

Kevin Rudd sought backing for UN role from Clinton's campaign, hacked emails reveal

Mon Oct 24 23:46:56 UTC 2016

If WikiLeaks' dump of hacked emails are accurate, the former Australian prime minister sent two missives to John Podesta seeking meetings.

Snapchat is pumping the next tech bubble with more hot air

Mon Oct 24 23:44:05 UTC 2016

It may take only one hot tech firm float to flop badly and 2017 could be the year the dotcom bubble 2.0 finally goes pop.

Chris Hemsworth hits back after rumours of split with Elsa Pataky

Tue Oct 25 00:58:25 UTC 2016

He sarcastically thanked the tabloid for the 'heads up' that his marriage is on the rocks.

Seven windows with ridiculously good-looking views

Mon Oct 24 23:41:45 UTC 2016

The perfect frame for the view that lies beyond.

Divergent star Shailene Woodley could face jail term over environmental protest

Mon Oct 24 23:36:51 UTC 2016

The 24-year-old star of The Fault in Our Stars and the Divergent series could face jail over her part in a protest against a gas pipeline.

Cross River Rail gets first funds from federal government

Mon Oct 24 23:54:11 UTC 2016

The prime minister says $10 million in federal funds will ensure Brisbane's Cross River Rail is properly integrated with other transport solutions.

England coach Wayne Bennett denies he is chasing Kangaroos counterpart Mal Meninga's job

Mon Oct 24 23:32:29 UTC 2016

Wayne Bennett insists he's not chasing Mal Meninga's Australia coaching role but refused to say whether or not he would like another crack at the job he sensationally quit after a troubled 2005 Four Nations campaign.

Australian cricketers OK with less pay, more rest: Shane Watson

Mon Oct 24 23:19:31 UTC 2016

Less is more when it comes to international cricket, according to Shane Watson, who believes Australia's top players would be happy take a pay cut if it meant a less arduous schedule.

'Such a sweet person': Father seeks answers after daughter's death in Collingwood balcony fall

Mon Oct 24 23:15:14 UTC 2016

Mystery surrounds the death of a woman who died after falling from the balcony of a Collingwood apartment building on Saturday.

15-year-old boy killed, teenagers critical in horror crash in Sunshine West

Mon Oct 24 23:14:38 UTC 2016

A 15-year-old boy has died after the car he was driving crashed into a tree at Sunshine West.

Woman tweets alleged groping incident on plane, then posts photo when police do nothing

Mon Oct 24 23:10:43 UTC 2016

She took the alleged perpetrator's photo but wasn't planning to post it online, except as a last resort.

Kangaroos skipper Cameron Smith says Test jersey usurps State of Origin one

Mon Oct 24 23:07:53 UTC 2016

Kangaroos captain Cameron Smith may be one of the most successful State of Origin players of all time, but he insists donning the green and gold must go back to being the pinnacle of the game in Australia .