Baywatch has been ripped from the small screen graveyard and given a big-budget, big screen makeover.
Baywatch has been ripped from the small screen graveyard and given a

Baywatch on TV was soapy, surfy and silly. But the new film is just soggy | Rebecca Nicholson

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How would the renowned perfectionist Jeff Buckley have felt about being more productive in death than while alive?
How would the renowned perfectionist Jeff Buckley have felt about being more

Last Goodbye: Jeff Buckley and the ethics of a posthumous career

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Rachel Parkinson
Malcolm Turnbull says Australia will continue to share its intelligence with the United States in the wake of its rift with the UK over a series of leaks over the Manchester bombing.
Malcolm Turnbull says Australia will continue to share its intelligence with the

Australia will share intelligence with US despite Manchester attack leak, PM says

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Alan Dickens
Mark Flockton Foster
Lee Wilmott
“Australian governments aren’t responding to declining smoker numbers by lowering tobacco taxes to grow Australian tobacco sector jobs. Why then the handouts for Adani Carmichael?”
Australian governments arent responding to declining smoker numbers by lowering

Adani Carmichael mine to get six-year holiday on royalties, report says

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Craig Palmer
Kiros Aman
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Vincent Booys
Everyone counts a “vaguebooker” among their Facebook friends – someone whose posts are intentionally and infuriatingly opaque, apparently for the sole intention of attracting attention.
Everyone counts a vaguebooker among their Facebook friends someone whose posts are

Vaguebooking? Subtweeting? Supertweeting? Why can't we just say what we mean online?

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Ben Adams
Susan BP
#BREAKING: Sovereignty was never ceded. Treaty now. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have rejected the idea of conditional recognition and will instead push for a constitutionally enshrined Indigenous voice to parliament and a commission that will lead to a treaty.
BREAKING Sovereignty was never ceded Treaty now Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

Uluru talks: Indigenous Australians reject 'symbolic' recognition in favour of treaty

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Phillipa Toia
Danielle Loizou Lake
World leaders know Trump likes the handshake battle, but Emmanuel Macron was having none of it, neutralising Donald J. Trump's weird handshake with a white-knuckled grip of death. But when the infamous #TrumpShake was unleashed, could the French president beat it?
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Jimmy Barnes: "The stuff that was in this book was absolutely killing me for 50 years."
Jimmy Barnes: "The stuff that was in this book was absolutely killing me for 50 years"

Jimmy Barnes: biography of the year winner says writing makes sense of life

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Peter Tolmie
"Dumb Corleone: I’ll make him an offer he can’t accept."
"Dumb Corleone: I’ll make him an offer he can’t accept"

Late-night hosts on White House's $2tn math mistake: 'Trump is an idiot'

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Connie Handbury
Marc Peters
Nathan Cain
Sharon Schneider
Peter Tolmie
Donald J. Trump puts the offensive in charm offensive, shoving the prime minister of Montenegro out of his way after he got into two separate handshake battles with Emmanuel Macron earlier in the day.
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Jill Christian
"In the years following the Bringing Them Home inquiry, a critique of victimhood has grown in both popularity and scholarship. Too often Indigenous people are told not to suffer “a culture of victimhood”. Or that “playing the victim” is a poor strategy in calling for social and economic change. Those who ascribe to this critique are also thieves. They have stolen a word, victim, and tarnished...
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In the years following the Bringing Them Home inquiry a critique of

White Australia stole Indigenous children. And then stole their victimhood too | Tony Birch

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Ray Singhe
David May
The Trump-endorsed Republican candidate Greg Gianforte has just won a special election in Montana, a day after he was charged with assaulting Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs.
The Trumpendorsed Republican candidate Greg Gianforte has just won a special election

Greg Gianforte wins Montana race for Congress after 'body-slamming' reporter

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Sylvia Moyes
Billy Mayberry
The ASIO chief immediately shut down Pauline Hanson's line of questioning: "I have absolutely no evidence to suggest there's a connection between refugees and terrorism"
The ASIO chief immediately shut down Pauline Hansons line of questioning I

Asio head tells Pauline Hanson there is 'no evidence' of link between refugees and terrorism

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Alistair Foss
Ross Baker
The ABC's coverage of the friendly between Sydney FC and Liverpool FC has enraged fans and was even described as a "train wreck" by its own host.
The ABCs coverage of the friendly between Sydney FC and Liverpool FC

ABC defends Sydney FC v Liverpool coverage described by host as 'train wreck'

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Darren Lomas
Douglas Moxon
Fiona Clancy
On a historic anniversary, IndigenousX takes over Guardian Australia's opinion pages for #SorryDay. Join us in sharing and listening to Indigenous experiences and perspectives on the stolen generation.

Today marks exactly 20 years since the Bringing them Home report, exposing the forced removal of Indigenous children from their families – the “stolen generation” – was tabled in parliament....
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On a historic anniversary IndigenousX takes over Guardian Australias opinion pages for

IndigenousX takes over Guardian Australia opinion for Sorry Day

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In the dozen years since Schapelle Corby arrived in Indonesia with just over 4kg of cannabis in a boogie board bag, neither the intrigue nor public enthralment with her case has waned. And now, as she is due to return to Australia, a media storm awaits her.
In the dozen years since Schapelle Corby arrived in Indonesia with just

Schapelle Corby, her supporters' conspiracy claims and the media storm that awaits her

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Michael Campbell
Lynette F Williams
The former model and now US presidential adviser Ivanka Trump mistook a picture of a revered Italian footballer for a saint during a recent night out in Rome. The daughter of Donald J. Trump was dining with her husband, Jared Kushner, when she spotted a picture of former Lazio star Giorgio Chinaglia – standing on a pitch, his arms stretched out to the heavens – and asked: “Which saint is that?”
The former model and now US presidential adviser Ivanka Trump mistook a

Ivanka's own goal: first daughter mistakes Lazio star Chinaglia for a saint

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Kamal Felcher
Chris Nicholson