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Mon, 10 Dec 2018

How low can you go? Data shows impact of property downturn in your suburb

Australia is rapidly edging towards the sharpest downturn in property prices since the last recession. And new data reveals some neighbourhoods are feeling the pain much more than others.

Mon, 10 Dec 2018

Analysis: Housing prices are plunging, but we really should have seen it coming
As volatility in stock and property markets extends into the tail end of 2018, it's becoming increasingly obvious that global finance is at an inflection point, writes Ian Verrender.

Mon, 10 Dec 2018

A bushfire purposely lit on Black Saturday caused 11 deaths. Why did he do it?

When Brendan Sokaluk decided to light a bushfire on a day where temperatures were hitting 46 degrees Celsius, his actions caused mass destruction across regional Victoria, resulting in 11 deaths. Ten years on, Australian Story asks: what can we do to stop arsonists before they strike?

Mon, 10 Dec 2018

Live: All eyes on Marsh and Head as Australia seeks an unlikely victory in Adelaide

Australia has three sessions to chase down India's total with six wickets in hand. Follow the day five action as it happens in our live blog.

Mon, 10 Dec 2018

'Let us live our life': Trump slammed after wading into 'yellow vest' debate

The US President stokes more controversy after a Twitter outburst, attacking French President Emmanuel Macron over environmental policies which Donald Trump says are fuelling the country's "yellow vest" protests.

Mon, 10 Dec 2018

'It cannot be forgiven': 1,200 'yellow vests' in custody after Paris riots

The 89,000 French police deployed across cities over the weekend prove no match for the 125,000 protesters taking to the streets, determined to force President Emmanuel Macron to answer their demands and resign.

Mon, 10 Dec 2018

Sea water sucked 1 kilometre inland as industry places bores under intense pressure

Sea water is rising up and taking the place of fresh water along parts of the Perth coast, threatening groundwater bores, wetlands and the future expansion of industry in the area.

Mon, 10 Dec 2018

Cults, Christians and love children: Chinese nationals claiming asylum jumps 311 per cent

A massive increase in Chinese nationals arriving on temporary migrant visas, in particular international students, are driving soaring refugee claims, experts say.

Mon, 10 Dec 2018

Millennials v baby boomers battle may be hiding something more sinister

The millennials versus baby boomers battle is nothing new. But is the discussion masking deeper issues?

Mon, 10 Dec 2018

ATO contractor has history of bankruptcy and links to tax havens

A company running the Australian Tax Office's call centres has a "colourful" history of complex corporate structures, bankrupt subsidiaries and funnelling funds through tax havens.

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