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Man charged with attempted murder after allegedly driving over woman repeatedly
The 27-year-old man from NSW allegedly drove over the 47-year-old multiple times during a rampage at a property north of Brisbane.
Mixed results: Australian swim coach wants improvement ahead of Olympic trials
Australia's head swimming coach Rohan Taylor liked what he saw on the Gold Coast but wants to see some sharp improvement in a key meet in Sydney in May.
Iran state television names suspect in Natanz nuclear facility attack
Iran says the alleged saboteur fled the country an hour before it's nuclear facility was damaged.
Prince Philip's funeral a reminder of the power of rituals
During a time of emotional upheaval, rituals are the guard-rails to keep people from tumbling over. They tell the troubled Prince Andrew where to stand and how to be. They...
Czechs blame notorious Russian spies for 2014 attack on munitions depot
The two Russian spies blamed by Britain for poisoning ex-spy Sergie Skripal and his daughter have been named by the Czechs as suspects in a 2014 explosion.
Funk/hip-hop bonanza fires sparks in a tinderbox
Genesis Owusu provided the perfect return to the dancefloor for the throng which turned out to revel in his high-energy brand of post-funk jazz-soul.
Don't forget Australian students in chase for internationals
COVID-19 has given us the opportunity to strengthen our approach to international education and to ensure our universities are delivering for Australian students.
Brilliant Bulls crush NSW inside four days to claim Sheffield Shield title
Queensland needed five wickets to beat NSW for the first time in a Sheffield Shield final. The Blues didn't even survive the morning session.
Popovic, Talay on Victory radar as search for new coach begins
Tony Popovic and Ufuk Talay are on the radar for the vacant Melbourne Victory coaching hot seat.
Crime and thrills in a '60s sanctuary recalled for festival show
A new play premiering for Melbourne's rescheduled Midsumma Festival recalls the sights, sounds and conflicts of the old Kings Cross in Sydney.