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Philanthropists are calling for a ‘new approach’ to the arts.

Group wants policy ‘without fear’

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Oz editorial: Australia could learn from New Zealand's patient, clever reform.

Key lessons in leadership

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A month after saying Donald Trump “would take us toward a climate catastrophe,” Al Gore meets the president-elect.

Donald Trump meets Al Gore to talk about climate change

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"Everyone has this image they're monster creatures, bloodthirsty hunters, and all they do is attack. But they don't. Sharks don't ever eat people."

Watch the latest episode of our new web series The Fatal Shore.

Byron locals lament net losses

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NSW Health launched a world-first cannabis trial in Sydney yesterday. The study will assess the use of cannabis to treat chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.

Matilda in cannabis trial

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The New Zealand Prime Minister’s resignation yesterday was a political earthquake, and it occurred without any warning.

Quiet achiever closes the door

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Rogue senator Rod Culleton says he’ll “absolutely” consider his future with One Nation and may defect to another group.

Politics has ‘gone to his head’

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Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten have proposed establishing a new ‘informal group’ to oversee indigenous recognition.

Leaders send recognition caution

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Funding cuts to the aged care sector worth $1.2 billion will be “rearranged” by the federal government.

Revolt over nursing care cuts

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India’s captain Virat Kohli has entrenched himself as world cricket’s most influential player, writes Mike Atherton.

Kohli the modern-day megastar

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Snoozing on Ikea beds is a national pastime in China. But one couple’s plan to live-stream their hijinks went awry.

Overnight in Ikea

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A man has been jailed over the abduction and murder of a 10-year old Adelaide schoolgirl in 1983, his second child murder. He will likely die there.

SA child killer’s 60-year sentence

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The federal government is spending almost $4 million to encourage more women to take up a STEM career.

Turnbull’s $3.9m for women in tech

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Dreading the commute home? Watch this video of vehicles slowly sliding into each other on Montreal's snowy roads. No one was hurt.
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What do Donald Trump, Beyonce and Nigel Farage have in common?

Mover and shaker of 2016?

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Adani has promised to not to use 457 visas at its massive $16.5 billion Carmichael coal mine which will employ 10,000 people.

Adani jobs ‘for Queenslanders’

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Burglars got a surprise when AFL player Brendan Whitecross discovered them in his home.

AFL star chases Porsche thieves

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A 15-year old boy reveals how IS brainwashed him.

How IS brainwashed me to kill

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Google is raising the bar with the Chromecast Ultra, which plugs the gap with apps that might be missing on your TV.

Google raises streaming bar

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Disunity has broken out within the Coalition, with Cory Bernardi slamming the carbon pricing idea as “one of the dumbest things I have ever heard”.

Cory Bernardi slams Liberal’s carbon pricing idea

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