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Anne Davies Octogenarian media mogul Rupert Murdoch's commanding of the Twittersphere this week shows the increasing influence of this social medium, in politics and other serious public forums.
Peter Hartcher, James Massola The two leading contenders to replace Tony Abbott as Liberal leader are resisting the efforts of their colleagues to draft them to challenge the Prime Minister.
Peter Vincent When Courtney Barnett performs, she projects a kind of dorky-chick-with-a-guitar schtick. This is not some hipster affectation; she really is awkward off stage.
Jake Niall Novak Djokovic was again extended by the troublesome Stan Wawrinka, but this time he survived the insurrection to reach his fifth Australian Open final.
Noel Towell 2000 department officials asked to take an effective pay cut, unions says.
Georgina Robinson Waratahs player Wycliff Palu has urged his club not to desert western Sydney as the reigning Super Rugby champions lock in a deal to play all their games at Allianz Stadium from next year.
Matt Burgess Nothing was going to stop these energetic youngsters from running straight into the cool waters of South Narrabeen beach.
Jon Tuxworth Canberra Capitals coach Carrie Graf insisted they didn't take struggling Adelaide lightly after Lauren Jackson was sidelined for the boilover home loss, adamant her knee wasn't fit to play.
Brad Elborough England has more than a few nervous moments but finally manages to defeat India by three wickets to set up a tri-series final against Australia.
FOLLOWING their concert in December and terrific Eisteddfod results, Squire Dance Academy will be welcoming students to their ...