The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 21:00. Facebook
Bill Shorten’s campaign to stop penalty rate cuts has been labelled ‘hypocritical and shameless’.
Bill Shortens campaign to stop penalty rate cuts has been labelled hypocritical

Hypocrisy storm for Bill’s bus

theaustralian.com.au
Bruce Lovell
Scott Alexander
Eric Russell
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 20:40. Facebook
With house prices falling this month as the crackdown by regulators starts to bite, Lauren Pontey is hoping to sell.
With house prices falling this month as the crackdown by regulators starts

Bull run over as Sydney house prices fall

theaustralian.com.au
Geoffrey Fyrhthe
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 11:54. Facebook
Sydney pulls in Newcastle and Wollongong. Melbourne has Geelong. But what does Australia look like beyond the metropolitan haze?
Sydney pulls in Newcastle and Wollongong Melbourne has Geelong But what does

A tale of two nations

theaustralian.com.au
Fergul Bear
Justin Matthew
Lewis Woolston
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 11:00. Facebook
Australia and China are collaborating on film projects at an unprecedented pace.
Australia and China are collaborating on film projects at an unprecedented pace

Building a bridge on the screen

theaustralian.com.au
John Charles Henery
Citizen Peng
Mick Hagan
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 10:00. Facebook
Geoffrey John Joseph
Peter van Vliet
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 09:30. Facebook
Fake news, conspiracy theories and hoaxes are blights of the internet. Now Google is shaping up to put them down.
Fake news conspiracy theories and hoaxes are blights of the internet Now

Google search to fight fake news

theaustralian.com.au
Robert Craig
Darren OB
Geronimo French
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 09:00. Facebook
Scientists have found signs of human activity in America 115,000 years before people supposedly arrived there.
Scientists have found signs of human activity in America 115000 years before

Humans in US 115,000 years ago

theaustralian.com.au
Trent Lindop
Alan Little
Peter Rigby
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 08:30. Facebook
Bill Shorten is raising false hopes for people currently locked out of the housing market, writes John Lyons.
Bill Shorten is raising false hopes for people currently locked out of

Rigged? Shorten’s emotive words

theaustralian.com.au
Nick Maher
Paul Newman
Jesophat E Potter
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 08:00. Facebook
With property prices skyrocketing, a new battle plan to help home buyers has been released by the Property Council of Australia.
With property prices skyrocketing a new battle plan to help home buyers

10-point plan to fix the market

theaustralian.com.au
Alison Mary
Adrian Campbell
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 07:37. Facebook
Federal, state and territory ministers have agreed on 11 new measures to crack down on online problem gambling.
Federal state and territory ministers have agreed on 11 new measures to

Accord on gambling reform

theaustralian.com.au
Wayne Stanton
Matthew Kennedy
Dave O'Hanlon
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 07:18. Facebook
Are millennials too "morally superior" to save for a house? This boomer thinks so.
Are millennials too "morally superior" to save for a house This boomer thinks so

Boomers v millennials

theaustralian.com.au
William Jones
Rowena James
Juls Green
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 07:00. Facebook
Check out this incredible footage of an avalanche almost sweeping away a group of mountaineers in Canada.
Steve Smith
Andrew Bermo Bermingham
Karen Bernhardt
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 06:38. Facebook
A father and son lost in near-freezing conditions in Tasmania’s wilderness survived by building a make-shift shelter.
A father and son lost in nearfreezing conditions in Tasmanias wilderness survived

Tasmania police find missing father and son

theaustralian.com.au
Josy Azure
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 06:18. Facebook
An Israeli strike has hit an arms supply hub operated by the Lebanese Hezbollah group near Damascus airport, a report says.
An Israeli strike has hit an arms supply hub operated by the

‘Israeli strike’ hits Damascus depot

theaustralian.com.au
Andrew Davis
Hiba Al Naji
Trevor Lawrence
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 05:52. Facebook
The Four Corners program that sparked the Don Dale royal commission was “the antithesis of a balanced report”, according to the then corrections minister, John Elferink.
The Four Corners program that sparked the Don Dale royal commission was

ABC report ‘unbalanced’

theaustralian.com.au
Nigel Tinning
Jason Briffa
Trevor Lewis
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 05:22. Facebook
Broadcaster Alan Jones slams Queensland Police, accusing it of a cover-up in the death of a mother and her son in the 2011 Toowoomba floods.
Broadcaster Alan Jones slams Queensland Police accusing it of a coverup in

‘I’m filled with shame, grief’

theaustralian.com.au
Al Edwards
Elle Cram
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 05:00. Facebook
Firefighters in Darwin have come face-to-face with a four-metre long female crocodile named Albert.
Firefighters in Darwin have come facetoface with a fourmetre long female crocodile

House on fire, croc in the yard

theaustralian.com.au
Richard Merrell
Mark Rushworth
Barbara Aitchison
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 04:46. Facebook
These Australian surfers had no idea a shark was swimming beneath them.
Tom Robb
Laura Daniel
Dennis Borg
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 04:26. Facebook
Julie Bishop will “carefully consider” demands for Yassmin Abdel-Magied to be dismissed from an advisory board following her controversial Anzac Day post.
Julie Bishop will carefully consider demands for Yassmin AbdelMagied to be dismissed

Pressure grows over Abdel-Magied DFAT role

theaustralian.com.au
Nuray Buyucek
Janet Inglis
Wayne Irvine
The Australian
The Australian
yesterday at 03:15. Facebook
As Barack Obama nears 100 days out of office, he is facing his first controversy as a former president.
As Barack Obama nears 100 days out of office he is facing

Obama joins the gravy train

theaustralian.com.au
Helen Heap
Elizabeth Keam
Steve Kolb