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Bernard Tomic may still be on the "right" side of 25 but he said playing in his ninth Australian Open had made him feel practically ready to apply for a seniors card.
The shocking maps of Sydney that turned an economics report into a stark health warning.
Trump took to the stage today in the space he finds most comfortable, playing the star of the show.
This should never have happened – the initial response of a policeman investigating the Bourke Street horror.
Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, succeeding Barack Obama.
The bitter divisions that Donald Trump has exposed in the United States were evident on every street corner of Washington DC on Friday.
A heatwave sweeping south-east Queensland is nearly over, with a cool southerly change expected on Saturday.
There are two things Melania Trump does well: dress and emulate former First Ladies. On Inauguration Day she did both.
Uniting stellar production values with the finest acrobats from across the globe, the show will boggle and astonish just about anyone lucky enough to see it.
Donald Trump was defiant, populist, anti-establishment and spoke directly to an America under siege from foreign competitors, Muslim terrorists and the DC cabal.
A man has been charged after allegedly ploughing a car into a house in south-east Queensland.
Coolum residents have remained on-edge overnight after emergency services revoked an emergency situation on Friday night before reinstating it in the early hours of Saturday then revoking it again on Saturday morning.
Four people - including a young child - are dead after a speeding car charged through pedestrians in the middle of Melbourne's CBD.
Do big investments in solar energy point to a different future for the oil-rich nations of the Middle East?
Wall Street shares close slightly higher, the first time in more than 50 years that a new commander-in-chief has been welcomed by a rising equity market on his first day in office.
The agreement covers the port in Tartus and an airbase near Latakia, which have been pivotal in Russian support for Assad.
He's America's new first boy. Barron Trump didn't have to make an oath, or deliver a rousing speech. But the youngest son of President Donald Trump occupied much of the inauguration day coverage on Saturday (AEST).
Sydney, by most measures, is going through a planning boom, and students are taking notice.
A $900 million expansion of Queensland's Acland open-cut coal mine has gained federal government approval but still has some hurdles to overcome before going ahead.
Hours after Donald Trump's swearing-in, across the Atlantic in Germany some of his radical European cheerleaders will gather in a show of stength.
Britain's Prince William is to give up his job as an air ambulance helicopter pilot to focus on carrying out official duties on behalf of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
Donald Trump opted for the tone of his campaign rallies over anything presidential, casting this inauguration as more special than all that had gone before it.
Aaron Finch doubts Peter Nevill will be ready to return for the Melbourne Renegades if they happen to make next week's Big Bash League semi-finals.
Julio Nivelo was arrested on Thursday after leaving the home of a relative, where he had been living.
We have all the Inauguration news from Washington DC as Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.
Investors shifted into haven assets after Donald Trump was sworn in as the nation's 45th president, with Treasuries rising.
The world has witnessed the first headstrong demand of the Trump presidency: "I wanna go home!"
Liverpool's former captain and talisman Steven Gerrard will return to his roots as part of the Academy's coaching set-up, the Premier League club announced on Friday.
Champagne corks popped on Friday in Moscow as Russians celebrated the start of Donald Trump's presidency, confident of better relations ahead between the two countries.
Poor Michelle Obama just did not know what to do with that box.
Consumers are spending more on debit cards than credit cards for the first time, as shoppers shy away from racking up debts on plastic.
Dionne Searcey reported from Dakar, Senegal, and Jaime Yaya Barry reported from Banjul, Gambia.
Ten people have been found alive two days after an avalanche buried dozens of people at a hotel in central Italy.
Protesters who had promised to shut down Washington for the Donald Trump inauguration were successful at several security checkpoints on Friday morning.
The man arrested over the wild car chase through the CBD that killed three and injured 31 more was wanted over a stabbing in St Kilda on Friday and is currently on multiple bail orders.
The man who allegedly mowed down around two dozen people in Melbourne's CBD on Friday, killing four and injuring more than 20 others, has a history of drug use, violence and psychological problems.
The former presidential candidate tweeted a message explaining her attendance to supporters.
Caitlyn Jenner, in an effort to advocate for transgender rights, will attend Donald Trump's Presidential Inauguration on Friday.
The young opera singer had big shoes to fill: Aretha Franklin was tasked with the performance at Barack Obama's inauguration in 2009.
Trump aides claim that as many as 200 draft executive orders are ready for the new President's signature.
Just moments after President Donald Trump took the oath of office on Friday, the official White House website was transformed to wipe out all mention of climate change.
President Donald Trump has delivered his first speech as US President
Kelly Landry vowed to her closest girlfriends that she would not see in 2017 remaining in an unhappy marriage, despite her now estranged husband, one of Sydney's richest men, businessman Anthony Bell, warning her of the "dire consequences" that would follow.
It wasn't a terror attack, but that didn't make it any less terrifying.
Four people - including a young child - are dead and 31 have been hospitalised after a speeding car ploughed through pedestrians in the middle of Melbourne's CBD.
Up the Amazon without a paddle, a photographer takes a trip into metaphysical realms in a high-tech work of storytelling.
As her father enjoys his first day of post-presidential unemployment, Barack Obama's eldest daughter Malia is moving into the film business.
Live video coverage and analysis of the Donald Trump inauguration from Washington DC.
Guinea President Alpha Conde said the firing of Alan Davies was the result of a feud over succession within Rio Tinto.
The destiny of iron ore prices may lie in the hands of miners scattered across China, lured by recent price gains.
Ferrer's cousin George Clooney and Twin Peaks co-star Kyle MacLachlan were among those leading tributes to the late actor.
'Somebody was the unlucky one, it was me for this one,' Berdych said. 'It's not so much fun. I would rather be sitting in the stands watching than on the court.'
Five-and-a-half hours before horror unfolded on Bourke Street, the man accused of driving the car that fatally ploughed into pedestrians appeared on television.
"We're talking about a trust crisis that is causing a systemic meltdown."
Supreme Court Justice Teori Zavascki was overseeing a blockbuster graft investigation into dozens of politicians.
Rachel Hoffman is no Marie Kondo.
Australian leaders have reacted to the car rampage in Melbourne's CBD that has killed three people including a young child and injured 25 others. But one of them has been heavily criticised for being 'insensitive'
Gambia's longtime leader Yahya Jammeh has asked the West African bloc ECOWAS for an extension of a midday deadline for him to leave power until 4 pm local time, government sources said.
Groups of demonstrators took to the streets in cities around the world on Friday to both lament and celebrate the inauguration of Donald Trump as US president.
Eight year old Oli White prepares to run the seven kilometre Cole Classics and Sun Run in honour of his grandmother
The Melbourne Renegades have kept their Big Bash League finals hopes alive with a stunning one-run win over the Brisbane Heat.
A group of Nigerian writers, intellectuals and media figures called on President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday to stop the persecution of journalists, after an online publication's news staff was briefly detained.
If the the television series Friends was made today, Joey and Chandler wouldn't be there – their New York apartment would be permanently rented on Airbnb.
Former prime minister Kevin Rudd says Donald Trump should be given a chance to calm his temperament and "grow into the job" once he is officially inaugurated as US President on Saturday.
Asked about their motivations for going, the women cited a mix of revulsion for Trump and as well as his policies.
Women are marching on Washington this weekend, but they've been storming the Australian workforce for decades, with implications for mortgage rates.
Capital management will improve at the next earnings season but the rewards might not be the windfall investors think.
Bernard Tomic has crashed out of the Australian Open, leaving the host country without a second-week hope in the men's singles for the first time in three years.
Bernard's Tomic's father once deemed Dan Evans too inferior to practice with his son, but he wasn't the person the Brit said 'doesn't know how to act on a tennis court'.
Ash Barty had been here before and never before. The newest sporting code-hopper has emphatically returned to the sport she eschewed for the other summer sport but she has done so as a reawakened player and taking her game to places she had never been before.
Not even controversy could stop Sydney FC from continuing their dominance this season as the Sky Blues racked up their 12th win of the season, extending their undefeated record.
In the uncertain and unpredictable new age of President Trump, Australian policymakers and diplomats will have to work harder than ever before to maintain the US alliance.
For Denis Istomin, Thursday's ambush of reigning champion Novak Djokovic was greatest moment of his life.
As a recently retired public school teacher and Deputy Principal, I'm surprised that my first letter to the editor in forty years of readership should be in defence of a Liberal politician, Mike Baird. The majority of comments (Letters, January 20) contained the generosity of spirit of a Donald Trump tweet.
A Brisbane bus driver, who asked to remain anonymous, said drivers were abused regularly by motorists who did not seem to know the rule, including someone who "gave me the bird, tooted his horn".
Geneva: The death toll from an accidental Nigerian air strike on a refugee camp in the town of Rann has risen to around 90 people, and could be as high as 170, Medecins Sans Frontieres said in a statement on Friday.
The state government's controversial lock-out legislation appears set to dominate Brisbane City Council's first meeting of 2017.
A witness has spoken of her despair when she realised a toddler was one of the victim's on Friday when a man drove his car into afternoon crowds in Melbourne's CBD.
The effort to permanently shift flying foxes has cost the Sunshine Coast Council almost $1 million a year but the council has since decided it is cheaper instead to use their sprinklers to keep flying foxes where they belong.
Melbourne's key city hospitals were on Friday night caring for dozens of people battered by the car that careered through the CBD, and one had a witness so traumatised by the event they were suffering chest pains.
As doctors frantically work on the injured, Melburnians have told tales of chaos, tragedy and miracle escapes all along Bourke Street Mall.
The number of drivers police have caught speeding has been falling in recent years.
Five months on from having a pacemaker inserted 33 year old Erin Swain is set to take on her first 50km ultra marathon in Canberra.
Retired public servants in Canberra have called on the ACT government to widen bus travel concessions to those aged 65 years old and ensure older residents of the national capital do not face a potential massive hike in annual water supply fees.
Islamic State militants have partially destroyed a Roman amphitheatre that they were using for their macabre executions in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, state officials said Friday.
Prawns are set to get pricier and industry bodies expect the import bans will cost up to half a billion dollars in lost sales.
The start of a new year signals a busy period for the capital's fortune tellers who are flat out dispensing advice.
Four people including at least one child are dead and four are fighting for life after a speeding car ploughed into pedestrians in the middle of Melbourne's CBD. Here's what we know so far.
There are three Michael Jacksons spread across our suburbs. There's an Emma Stone from Captain's Flat. And a 64-year-old landscaper in Queanbeyan named Tony Abbott.
DOHA, Jan 20 AP - A British man has died while working at a stadium that will be a venue for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, organisers say.
The thought of being investigated for prostate cancer terrified Paul Davies. About a year ago, Mr Davies was told to see a urologist about a high PSA (prostate-specific antigen) blood test.
The year after Casey Dellacqua's breakthrough 2008 charge past three top-50 opponents into the last 16 of the Australian Open, she returned, with a far higher profile and elevated expectations, and promptly lost in the first round. The second time, having equalled her best Melbourne Park result, the 2015 encore lasted just one match longer.
When the market is hot, agents can often fall into the trap of scrambling for any old listing.
Think routine is boring? It might be just what you need.
Canberra Raiders duo have sights set on Rugby League World Cup at the end of the year.
Investors are in a holding pattern, weighing up the risk versus the hope factor ahead of Trump's inauguration speech.