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How are young people coping? They tell us.


‘Gotta go open a police station’: Premier pulls plug on quota questions

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.

Annastacia Palaszczuk ended a press conference amid questions over the COVID response and Labor Party rules on preselecting women.

COVID modelling did not predict the size of the wave now hitting Queensland

Queensland Health Minister Yvette D’Ath says people should take “sensible precautions” against illness.

Queensland’s hospital system is straining under the weight of the third COVID-19 wave, as the health minister asks people to take “sensible precautions” to avoid illness.

‘Don’t trust in governments’: Scott Morrison delivers Pentecostal church sermon

In a sermon to former tennis champion Margaret Court’s Pentecostal congregation, the former prime minister told churchgoers to trust in God, not the government or the UN.

Boy dies in hospital after falling off e-scooter

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The boy died in hospital five days after coming off an e-scooter in Logan.

Pandemic provides for significant work shift

A move to flexible work has got more women into jobs, but there are still barriers that stop Australian women from reaching their full work potential.

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ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott on Monday in Brisbane.

‘Project Galileo’: Inside ANZ’s $4.9 billion play for Suncorp’s bank

ANZ Bank’s pursuit of Suncorp’s banking unit has been seven years in the making and will make ANZ the third-biggest mortgage lender in the country.

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Russia-Ukraine war

Inside the Ukraine war crimes investigation, Part 3: The resistance

Alyona Lapchuk at a relative’s home in Kyiv before travelling to give evidence at The Hague about her husband Vitaliy Lapchuk’s torture and murder by Russian soldiers in Kherson.

Outnumbered and outgunned, a brave few Ukrainian civilians have fought back against the Russian onslaught, forming resistance units to defend homes and loved ones.

Cam Smith

Hole by hole: How Cam Smith won the Open Championship

In the wee hours of Monday morning, Cameron Smith won the 150th British Open. Stroke by stroke, this is how the Australian golfer got it done.

‘Disgraceful and dangerous’: Life ban for fan, others face sanctions after wild scenes at Wallabies match

One spectator, shown on the right, has been banned for life from Wallabies Tests after climbing on top of a stand at the SCG.

An Australia fan has paid a high price for his alleged actions at the third Test against England at the SCG.

Michael Pollan changed his own mind with psychedelics. Now he’s changing others

Michael Pollan.

Interviews with cancer patients as well as his own experiences with psychedelics changed the mind of renowned writer Michael Pollan. He makes the case for us all changing our minds too.

James Webb offers new perspective on something closer to home: Jupiter

Scientists are buzzing over new infrared images of Jupiter, including its icy moons which some think could harbour life in their vast undergound oceans.

Decades after NWA fought off censorship, Australia has declared its own war on hip-hop

 NWA’s record Straight Outta Compton.

Police prevent rappers from performing live shows and threaten to remove their music from streaming platforms. It’s an intervention without precedent in Australian music history.

Osman Faruqi
Osman Faruqi

Culture news editor and columnist

Is the world’s biggest library full of stolen content?

A Melbourne actor inadvertently became part of a growing online debate when he discovered his labour-of-love audio drama had been uploaded to an internet archive.

Ajay and Taylor ask for Melanie’s help in creating their ultimate “rock and roll sex dungeon.”

The sauciest show on TV: Netflix’s latest offering will transform your sex life

A new Netflix show combines your two main interests: sex and interior design

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Distinguished Professor Susan Scott says Australia should have a gravity wave detector.

Australia needs gravity-wave detector to boost scientific standing, says professor

Distinguished physicist Susan Scott wants Australia to take its place among global science heavyweights by building a gravity-wave detector.

Queensland cracks automotive milestone: 10k electric vehicles

Queensland has budgeted $45 million for its rebate scheme, which opened this month.

The milestone was reached just weeks after a $3000 rebate scheme opened, and it followed a doubling of registered electric vehicles in just one year.

Queenslanders pushed to wear masks indoors as third COVID wave escalates

Queenslanders pushed to wear masks indoors as third COVID wave escalates

The premier’s recommendation to wear masks in all indoor settings, including schools, followed an urgent national cabinet meeting.

Man who killed a mother, raped daughter sentenced after eight-year delay

Man who killed a mother, raped daughter sentenced after eight-year delay

Jacob Michael Smith, 45, strangled the woman in her loungeroom before raping her 12-year-old daughter.

Driver could be free in two months after dragging woman 350m along street

Where it all started - Buranda Village shopping centre in Woolloongabba.

The incident began with the offender stealing the woman’s car from a Woolloongabba shopping centre in inner Brisbane.

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Kerry Packer, who died on Boxing Day 2005, maintained a private retreat atop the Toft Monks building.
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Kerry Packer’s $25m retreat atop Toft Monks claims Elizabeth Bay record

Kerry Packer’s long-time confidant Julie Trethowan looks to have reset an Elizabeth Bay apartment record. Elsewhere, Paul Keating has reshuffled his local portfolio, and guess who bought a $44 million pad in Barangaroo?

Holly Valance and Nick Candy have reportedly entertained offers on their glam LA estate and are selling.

Holly Valance to kiss LA mansion goodbye for $126 million

The former Neighbours star and her British billionaire husband Nick Candy are set to shift from their Los Angeles mansion, an art deco 10-bedroom estate complete with guest house.

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Nina Kennedy missed her first two jumps but nailed the third to win bronze.

‘I’m going to soak this up’: Kennedy overcomes horror start, claims world pole vault bronze

Nina Kennedy has become only the second Australian woman, and the first this century, to win a pole vault medal at a world championships.

Cameron Smith won the 150th edition of The Open.

‘This one’s for Oz’: Cameron Smith wins historic 150th edition of The Open

The Queenslander has become the first Australian in almost 30 years to win the famous Claret Jug.

Cameron Ciraldo and the Dragons.
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NRL 2022

Why the Dragons must go all-in on Cameron Ciraldo

With Anthony Griffin’s future to be discussed at a board meeting on Tuesday, now is the time to go after the Panthers assistant.

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Andrew Webster

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Nick Daicos has impressed in his first season with the Pies.
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AFL 2022

AFL round 18 key takeouts and match review news

Our reporters give you the lowdown on all the action from round 18 of the AFL season.

Dave Rennie.

Rennie needs to find answers in Argentina

A Rugby Championship trip to Argentina will offer opportunities and challenges for a Wallabies side still searching for a clinical edge.

Mitchell Moses in action against the Warriors.

NRL, Eels offer Moses increased security for second week after death threat

The star Parramatta halfback could again be flanked by a large security presence as Peter V’landys vows to “investigate to the nth degree”.

Inside the ARC: The experts have eyes on the action from all angles.

‘There are a couple of recidivists’: Inside the AFL’s review bunker

In a dark, windowless hub inside Marvel Stadium, scoring, umpiring, medical and reviews take place.

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