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Beat the post holiday blues

Beat the post holiday blues

There's no need to dread going back to work if you follow these great tips to get back to business.
Timpanist Rick Miller on 40 years w...

Timpanist Rick Miller on 40 years with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra

We're sitting at a table in Rick Miller's vast and beautifully eccentric Stanmore home.
Anzac Day: Thousands brave cold for...

Anzac Day: Thousands brave cold for Canberra Dawn Service on Gallipoli centenary

Tens of thousands stood in silence at Anzac Parade in the dark, for the Canberra Dawn Service.
Anzac 100: What stunned Peter FitzS...

Anzac 100: What stunned Peter FitzSimons most about the Gallipoli story

With the help of five researchers, variously in London, Istanbul, Auckland, Sydney and Canberra, the Herald's Peter FitzSimons trawled diaries, letters and cables in archives around the world, to try to get to the heart of the Gallipoli story. This is the single thing that stunned him most . . .
Anzac 100: Rain doesn't stop crowds...

Anzac 100: Rain doesn't stop crowds at Melbourne's Anzac dawn service

More than 70,000 have braved wet and cold conditions to attend the dawn service at the Shrine of Remembrance to commemorate the centenary of the Gallipoli landing.
Anzac 100: The faces of the men who...

Anzac 100: The faces of the men who fought at Gallipoli

The rocky shores of the Gallipoli peninsula mark the final resting place for some of these men, their haunting portraits returned for just a moment to the cove where so many met their fate.

ABC

Bangladesh records first T20 win ov...

Bangladesh records first T20 win over Pakistan

Shakib Al Hasan's fine all-round showing powered Bangladesh to a seven-wicket victory over Pakistan in Dhaka.

Martin Place packed as thousands dr...

Martin Place packed as thousands drawn to dawn service in Sydney

Tens of thousands of people gather in Sydney's Martin Place to commemorate 100 years since the first Gallipoli landings.

Man dead as fire guts house in Darl...

Man dead as fire guts house in Darling Downs town of Warwick

A man dies in a house fire at Warwick on the southern Darling Downs, west of Brisbane, early this morning. Two women escaped the blaze.

Rain fails to deter massive crowd a...

Rain fails to deter massive crowd at Melbourne's dawn service

Tens of thousands of people turn out for the the Anzac Day dawn service at Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance to mark 100 years since the landings at Gallipoli.

Bronze plaques stolen from Gallipol...

Bronze plaques stolen from Gallipoli returned for centenary

A Melbourne dentist and a team of Queensland volunteers help restore Gallipoli in time for the Anzac commemorations after a gang of thieves stripped the Peninsula bare of bronze.

Vandals target UK's main Australian...

Vandals target UK's main Australian war cemetery

The main Australian war cemetery in the UK is targeted by vandals who sawed through a flagpole and spray-painted a memorial on the eve of Anzac Day.

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Indias practice match against CA XI...

Indias practice match against CA XI cancelled to honour Hughes

The two-day tour match between the Cricket Australia (CA) XI and India was cancelled as a mark of respect for Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who died Thursday after being hit by a bouncer in a ...
Hughes death a long-term loss for A...

Hughes death a long-term loss for Aussie cricket

Terming left-handed batsman Phillip Hughes "a rising star", Cricket Australia (CA) Thursday said the untimely death of the batsman was a long-term loss for cricket in the country. "Just shy of his ...
Indian cricket team mourns Hughes d...

Indian cricket team mourns Hughes death

The Indian cricket team, currently in Australia to play a four-match Test series, has condoled the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who died Thursday. "The touring Indian team joins the ...
ICC mourns Hughes death

ICC mourns Hughes death

The Internaional Cricket Council (ICC) offered its deepest condolences to the family and friends of Australia batsman Phillip Hughes, who passed away Thursday following an injury he suffered during a ...
Australian batsman Phillip Hughes i...

Australian batsman Phillip Hughes is dead

Australian batsman Phillip Hughes who was struck on the head by a cricket ball died in hospital, Cricket Australia (CA) said Thursday. The 25-year-old Hughes, who represented the national team in 26 ...
Indian-origin woman killing in Sydn...

Indian-origin woman killing in Sydney too well-planned

The case of an Indian woman's killing by her jilted NRI husband is being heard in Australia and the police report indicates that the incident was so well-planned that it could be viewed as nothing ...

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Tenacity, loyalty, dedication: Anza...

Tenacity, loyalty, dedication: Anzacs (AAP)

Thousands have gathered in Adelaide for the centenary Anzac Day dawn service, including first-timers.

Fire ants almost cancel Qld Anzac s...

Fire ants almost cancel Qld Anzac service (AAP)

Speedy action to protect the public from an infestation of fire ants has allowed a regional Queensland Anzac commemoration event to go ahead.

Forgotten NT diggers remembered at ...

Forgotten NT diggers remembered at service (AAP)

The names of 15 diggers killed in action during the First World War have finally been added to Darwin's cenotaph as the dawn service gets underway.

Anzac day 2015: Dawn service draws ...

Anzac day 2015: Dawn service draws thousands to Martin Place in Sydney (ABC)

Up to 30,000 people have gathered in Sydney's Martin Place for the dawn service commemorating the centenary of Anzac Day.

Tears shed at Brisbane's dawn servi...

Tears shed at Brisbane's dawn service (AAP)

Thousands of people of all ages have gathered in and around Brisbane's Anzac Square to pay their respects during the centenary dawn service.

Man killed in house fire in Warwick...

Man killed in house fire in Warwick (AAP)

One man is dead after a fire broke out in a house at Warwick in southwestern Queensland overnight.

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'We can win'

'We can win'

Labor can defeat Abbott at the next election, Gillard says
Hurt Qld climber 'fell up to 40 met...

Hurt Qld climber 'fell up to 40 metres'

A woman who fell from a cliff in southeast Queensland may have tumbled 40 metres.
Sydney NBN switch-on suffers tech g...

Sydney NBN switch-on suffers tech glitch

Halfway through the media launch of Sydney's first connection to the network, it cut out.
Keira Knightley marries in south of...

Keira Knightley marries in south of France

British actress Keira Knightley has married singer James Righton in a discreet ceremony in the southern French village of Mazan, according to the mayor.
Cops called on grandfather, girl pl...

Cops called on grandfather, girl playing at beach

A fun day at the beach turned sour for a Sydney grandfather and his six-year-old granddaughter after somebody saw the little girl swimming naked and called police.

Daily Telegraph

Tenacity, loyalty, dedication: Anza...

Tenacity, loyalty, dedication: Anzacs

THOUSANDS have gathered in Adelaide for the centenary Anzac Day dawn service, including first-timers.
Embassy to meet on Indon executions

Embassy to meet on Indon executions

OFFICIALS from embassies including Australia have been called to a meeting in central Java that signifies the Bali Nine execution process is underway.
Security tight at Anzac centenary e...

Security tight at Anzac centenary events

UNPRECEDENTED security is in force as Australians gather across the nation and in Turkey to mark the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.
Crowds gather in Darwin for dawn se...

Crowds gather in Darwin for dawn service

CROWDS are arriving at Darwin's Bicentennial Park as the tropical capital and Australian defence stronghold commemorates the country's diggers.
Big Anzac crowds likely in Perth, A...

Big Anzac crowds likely in Perth, Albany

CAPACITY crowds are expected for the Anzac Day dawn service at the birthplace of the tradition, Albany, while more than 60,000 people are likely in Perth.
Rain doesn't stop crowds at Mel Anz...

Rain doesn't stop crowds at Mel Anzac dawn

TENS of thousands are braving cold, wet conditions at Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance where the dawn service is about to get underway.

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