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There’s still a future in coal: Finkel


There’s still a future in coal: Finkel
PRIMROSE RIORDAN
In our “pursuit of perfection” on energy, Australia is denying itself a very good alternative and a big opportunity, Chief Scientist says.
‘We must discuss gay teachers’


‘We must discuss gay teachers’
PRIMROSE RIORDAN
Australia needs to talk about whether religious schools should be able to exclude LGBT teachers, Tanya Plibersek says.
Royal blowout needles palace


Royal blowout needles palace
ROYA NIKKHAH
The Duke and Duchess of York’s insistence on an extravagant wedding on what should’ve been a minor occasion has raised eyebrows.
ROYA NIKKHAH
The Duke and Duchess of York’s insistence on an extravagant wedding on what should’ve been a minor occasion has raised eyebrows.
By-election battle
Inside the battle for Wentworth


Inside the battle for Wentworth
Brad Norington
Personal spats, ambition, hidden political networks and so many unanswered questions. Malcolm Turnbull has done his successor no favours.
wealth
Duck for cover if these fall


Duck for cover if these fall
Vito Racanelli
Just three stocks are responsible for the stockmarket gain this year, so keep an eye on them.
Apple Watch ‘recorded murder’


Apple Watch ‘recorded murder’
Lurid details emerge about the suspected killing of a journalist, as Donald Trump warns Saudi Arabia of “severe punishment”.
Lurid details emerge about the suspected killing of a journalist, as Donald Trump warns Saudi Arabia of “severe punishment”.
US eyes Cold War with China


US eyes Cold War with China
WSJ
A more hard-nosed stance with Beijing is emerging from the Trump administration, setting up a dangerous power struggle.
Housing slump hits new pitch


Housing slump hits new pitch
ELIZABETH REDMAN, MACKENZIE SCOTT
A sustained national dip in the real estate market has forced vendors to try new ways to lure reluctant buyers.
Wife seeks revenge for gay slur


Wife seeks revenge for gay slur
Charles Bremner
Brigitte Macron is out to get the person who spread rumours that her husband was in a gay relationship, according to new book.


The ‘wacko’ coming for Trump
Josh Glancy
The US President has dismissed former paratrooper Richard Ojeda as “stone cold crazy”. Right now, though, he’s winning.
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