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  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    NUCLEAR WAR, EXTREME WEATHER TOP LIST OF 2018 GLOBAL THREATS

    Mother Nature topped the most significant risks facing the world for a second year in a row.

    Face
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    APPLE EXPECTS TO PAY $47 BILLION TAX ON REPATRIATED CASH

    Apple said it will bring hundreds of billions of overseas dollars back to the US, pay about $US38 billion in taxes on the money and...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    AUSTRALIAN OPEN 2018: GAVRILOVA LOSES FIRST SET, AN ARGUMENT AND THE MATCH

    Daria Gavrilova had a heated argument with the umpire over a denied review as she made a controversial early morning exit from the...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    BITCOIN'S PLUNGE WALLOPS WINKLEVOSS TWINS, TURNING THEM INTO EX-BILLIONAIRES

    Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, who saw their wealth surge during the run-up in the price of bitcoin, have lost their status as billionaires.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    THREE AUSTRALIANS ARRESTED IN SERBIA IN $500-MILLION DRUG BUST

    The men are suspected of being part of an international drug-smuggling group that tried to bring more than a tonne of cocaine into...

    Drugs
  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    SYDNEY, MELBOURNE MOVE UP ON LIST OF MOST EXPENSIVE CITIES

    Relative to the rest of the world, Sydney, and to a lesser extent Melbourne, are becoming more expensive.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY IS HEADING 'HOME' - BUT IS IT A FRENCH STITCH-UP?

    Britons are ecstatic - the Bayeux Tapestry is coming home. But is Macron needling the English over Brexit?

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    FBI DETAINS MAN IT SAYS BETRAYED US SPIES IN CHINA

    The arrest of the former officer, Jerry Chun Shing Lee, 53, capped an intense FBI inquiry that began around 2012, two years after the...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    STEVE BANNON'S MYSTERIOUS - AND POTENTIALLY PIVOTAL - GRAND JURY SUBPOENA

    There have been a few moments in the Russia investigation that, in retrospect, seemed to indicate a notable shift or an expansion....

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    KOREAS TO FORM UNIFIED TEAM AND MARCH TOGETHER IN OLYMPICS

    The two Koreas will field a combined women's ice hockey team and march together under one flag at next month's Winter Olympics in the...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    'SEVERE MORAL CRISIS': WHAT I KNOW ABOUT SELECTIVE SCHOOL STUDENTS

    At age 11, I felt like my life was over. In the words of my Chinese migrant parents, I would only be able to make a living as a prostitute...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    THE DILEMMA OF BEING SEXY OVER THE AGE OF 45

    There's often a dilemma when people who are rarely represented get sudden public exposure. Like the carefully placed person of colour...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    CANBERRA MUSICIANS TO PERFORM IN FRONT OF 10,000-STRONG CROWD AT GOOGFEST

    Imagine the rush of performing for more than 10,000 people at a musical festival right here in your home town.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    CALL FOR ANSWERS AS ATO REVEALS IT WAS HIT BY 22 IT OUTAGES IN TWO YEARS

    The Tax Office said it was hit by five outages in the second half of 2017, adding to a growing list.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    SEA-CHANGERS PUSH MORNINGTON PENINSULA UNIT RENTS UP 11 PER CENT

    Units for rent on the Mornington Peninsula have seen the highest listing price growth across Melbourne for the year due to high-demand...

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    FIFTEEN YEARS ON, WHO REMEMBERS CANBERRA'S BUSHFIRES?

    More than a million people have left the ACT since 2003, meaning many locals have a lot to learn about the bushfires.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    15 YEARS ON FROM CANBERRA BUSHFIRES, A CITY AND ITS LANDSCAPE HEALING

    It was a fire so great it changed the nature of the atmosphere above it.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    KATY GALLAGHER CASE REACHES HIGH COURT AS DUAL CITIZENSHIP SAGA CONTINUES INTO 2018

    A constitutional expert says it wasn't necessary to refer Katy Gallagher to the High Court.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    MOTHER OF MISSING MAN JAYDEN PENNO-TOMPSETT JOINS SEARCH PARTY AT CHARTERS TOWERS

    Rachel Penno's gut instinct tells her there is something more to the disappearance of her only son.

  • By Sydney Morning Herald   -   Jan 17, 2018

    DUMP CORPORATE TAX CUT AND INVEST IN PUBLIC SERVICES, CPSU TELLS COALITION

    The main public sector union has told the government to curb outsourcing ahead of the Budget.