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The yen has cracked and no one is coming to its rescue

3 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Japan's central bank has intervened to prop up the yen last week for the first time since 1998, but it faces having to abandon decades of economic policies if it wants to...
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3 Affordable Beauty Treatments to Boost Your Well-Being

6 hours ago   |   HealthWorks Collective   |   2 articles

The last two years have been insufferable for most people. The pandemic, Russian War, rising inflation and a growing number of other problems have taken their toll on people...
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Promises and scalpels out in health funding arms race

10 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Victoria is facing a health spending arms race, but so far, the Coalition has outspent Labor five times over.
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Rate rises give banks a leg-up over non-bank challengers

10 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Non-bank lenders seeking to disrupt the $2 trillion mortgage market face a tougher grind in competing with established banks as interest rates rise.
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Slights, spit and a supermarket chase: call for scalps over uni's wild ride

10 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Discontent had been building at Australia's oldest regional university for years when its vice chancellor was accused of wiping her saliva on a schoolgirl's face.
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5 Reasons You Need Back Extension Exercises in Your Strength Training Routine

5 Reasons You Need Back Extension Exercises in Your Strength Training Routine

13 hours ago   |   Cathe Friedrich

Do you include back extensions in your strength-training routine? The back extension is an effective exercise for targeting the lower back muscles, as well as the glutes. You...
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‘Staring people in the face': The 22-year-old case to legalise cannabis

21 hours ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

A High Court case over grain patents is central to the Greens' pitch to nationally legalise cannabis, with the party claiming they've found a way to circumvent the criminal...
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‘Camilla now calling the shots' as King Charles faces a tricky few months

1 day ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

King Charles III must keep calm and carry on in the face of salvos from Harry and the controversy over staff cuts.
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Australia facing ‘tsunami' of child abuse

1 day ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

As the number of reports to the AFP's Brisbane-based Anti Child Exploitation team soars, an expert says the increase is “just the tip of the iceberg”.
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Accused by police on Facebook of a crime he didn't commit, Prasannan fought to clear his name

1 day ago   |   Sydney Morning Herald

Prasannan was stunned to see that he was being sought by the police. And that his face was being shown like this in public. “I went to the Facebook page and realised that it is...
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Green's form pressures Marsh, Stoinis to prove their World Cup fitness

Cameron Green's India exploits mean Mitchell Marsh and Marcus Stoinis will not want to put a single foot wrong in their returns from injury Read more ...

‘Huge wake-up call': Optus to offer credit monitoring as government...

In her first significant comments since the hack, the cybersecurity minister confirmed almost 3 million Optus customers had significant amounts of personal data stolen in last... Read more ...

Princess Mary filmed dancing at royal event

In a rare glimpse of her royal duties Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, has been filmed dancing at an official event with husband Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark. Read more ...

Australian NFL rookie gets high praise after win

Former NFL MVP Lamar Jackson praised Australia's Daniel Faalele for stepping up when the team needed him. Read more ...

The Ocean Cleanup puts an end to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

The 1.6 square kilometres of plastic pollution in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is being removed by The Ocean Cleanup. Read more ...

Kurt Fearnley appointed chair of NDIA

The new chair of the NDIA, former Paralympian Kurt Fearnley, says it is important for NDIS participants to see themselves in the scheme. Read more ...

Gentlemen Jim: neurologist, mentor and inspiration

‘Gentleman Jim' McLeod was a world authority in the fields of multiple sclerosis and disorders of peripheral nerves, and a mentor to generations of young medical professionals. Read more ...

Caddick hired document shredder after investigation launched, ASIC tells inquest

The regulator's lead investigator Isabella Allen, however, said she didn't believe Melissa Caddick was tipped off about their investigation into her Ponzi scheme. Read more ...

DNA lab staff raised concern about testing change, inquiry hears

A powerful public probe into the Queensland government's forensic lab has held its first public hearing after an interim report rocked the state's criminal justice system. Read more ...

What the West should learn from the protests in Iran

Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, clearly believes that compromising on the regime's ideological pillars - including hijab - will only hasten its collapse. Read more ...