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The Conservative Prime Minister has insisted that she is still best suited to brokering Brexit.
Dockers boss Ross Lyon is unhappy about his team's inability to convert chances and says if necessary players might have to find their own time to practice
The Waratahs fullback's performances can veer to both extremes but at the moment it is far more good than bad.
World leaders have been in touch with the Prime Minister to congratulate him on his surprise victory.
Adam Reynolds' coach Wayne Bennett has called for Nathan Cleary and James Maloney to be dumped from the Blues but the Souths half says he feels for the Penrith No.7.
Draymond Green secured 20 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists as the Golden State Warriors outclassed the Portland Trail Blazers 110-99.
Australians voted around the country today in the Federal Election
Follow our live coverage of the reaction and fallout from the Coalition's remarkable shock election victory.
Deontay Wilder has emphatically returned to the win column, knocking out compatriot Dominic Breazeale with an overpowering first-round right hand.
Students with an itch to try their hand at journalism are being given the chance to create a sample school newspaper that could bring them to the Herald newsroom.
Electrician Liam Adams took out the race wearing a high viz vest and old running shorts.
The Morrison government will likely be dealing with a six-member crossbench in the Senate, smaller and less ideologically disparate than the last.
Ada Hegerberg fired Olympique Lyon to an unprecedented fourth straight Women's Champions League title with a first-half hat-trick.
The US President continues to face questions over his conduct ahead of the 2016 election.
This program helmed by French guest conductor Ludovic Morlot took its audience on an aquatic odyssey across Europe.
A fight between two men in Perth has ended when one of the men was struck in the head with a torch and a woman trying to break them up was knocked to the ground.
Tolu Latu will face some tough questions from the Waratahs and Rugby Australia on Monday.
Former deputy prime minister Wayne Swan's seat of Lilley was going down to the wire, with Labor ahead in the count.
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal won on Saturday to set up an Italian Open final meeting, while British No.1 Johanna Konta booked a final clash with Karolina Pliskova.
At 11am on Monday, Australian viewers will tune in for a milestone in television history, the final episode of Game of Thrones. One fan celebrates the occasion.
The anti-abortion movement, built over nearly five decades, is closer than it has ever been to its long-held dream of dismantling Roe v Wade.
The Morrison government’s unexpected return to office will also force Labor to rethink its strategy on climate action and coal.
McLaren's return to the Indianapolis 500 has neared total collapse after Fernando Alonso failed to lock himself into the field on the first day of qualifying.
With polling and betting markets missing the mark, experts are increasingly turning to social media to judge voter sentiment on a larger scale.
Frontbencher Anthony Albanese has made his pitch for the Labor leadership, but faces at least two and possibly as many as four challengers.
Neil Grant learned a lot from a book by a remarkable 19th-century Chinese gold miner.
Scott Morrison declares victory as Bill Shorten steps down. Follow our live coverage throughout the day.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews bet the house on a Shorten Labor government and lost.
The Toyota Landcruiser Troopcarrier was being driven by a 68-year-old woman and was carrying a 63-year-old male and nine-year-old boy.
The musical softens the book, but adds razor-sharp choreography
Bombers coach John Worsfold was delighted his team got up in a close one while Ross Lyon, his Fremantle opposite number, could only lament their inefficiencies
The Hollywood star was visibly shaken after being hit with a flying kick while meeting with fans in South Africa.
A leading social researcher admits, for the first time in my career, she got it wrong. So did many others, including in the Coalition. What do we learn from it?
The government has been thrown into turmoil after video emerged of the Vice-Chancellor apparently offering contracts to a potential Russian benefactor.
The Stormers snatched a draw with the last kick of the game in a Super Rugby thriller against the mighty Crusaders.
Adam Scott believes Brooks Koepka is transforming golf at the major championship level after the big-hitting American secured the largest 54-hole lead in US PGA Championship history.
World-reknowned brain surgeon Charlie Teo says he's lost count of how many times he's participated in the City2Surf, but that it's one of the highlights of the Sydney calendar.
See how your and other electorates voted in the election.
The former Greens leader rejected claims his anti-Adani convoy backfired.
The finale of the world's most talked-about TV show will be watched by many people in many places. But it won't break records.
At a time when mammoth scores are becoming the norm in one-day cricket, the Australian coach is looking squarely at his bowling attack.
Australia's Kate Miller-Heidke dazzled at the 64th Eurovision Song Contest with a gravity defying performance.
Remembered widely as the victim of an egging by teenager Will Connolly, the right-wing politician has failed to secure enough votes to win himself a place in Parliament.
The man survived with burns to his hands, arms and back after the incident occurred about 12.30am on Sunday.
Raheem Sterling's hat-trick helped Manchester City crush Watford 6-0 in the FA Cup final to become the first team to win an English domestic treble.
Two died at the scene and three others were taken to hospital after the crash at Windsor.
Residents have been evacuated from their Newtown unit block after a fire broke out in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Christian Porter: 'What do you say when you’re looking into the face of political death? You say not today!'
As the Liberal Party's official function became a surprise celebration, the Prime Minister was credited with an incredible and historic upset.
Everything you need to know to find a winner at Gunnedah's Showcase meeting.