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Wall Street's main indexes are little changed as growth stocks extend losses while a rise in energy shares on the back of higher oil prices has helped stave off declines.Five of the 11 major S&P; 500 sector indexes were trading higher, with energy up 1.
Sitting in a Kuwait hotel, Graham Arnold and his players were horrified.They were watching Denmark play Finland in a European Championship fixture on June 12 last year when Christian Eriksen collapsed.
Graham Arnold is breaking with tradition as he ponders last-gasp changes for the Socceroos' defining World Cup clash against Denmark.On the eve of every game in his four and a half year tenure, Arnold has announced his starting line-up to his players.
Likening the Socceroos to the icing on a half-baked cake, coach Graham Arnold is demanding an exhaustive review of Australian football.Arnold fears for the future, alarmed at a lack of junior development as the sport in Australia trails in the wake of cashed-up Asian nations.
The Davey twins loom as the silver lining to one of the darkest moments in Essendon's history.Alwyn Jnr and Jayden joined the Bombers as father-son selections on Tuesday night near the end of the AFL draft.
National Geographic Outback Wrangler star Matt Wright is expected to face a Darwin court to face a slew of charges related to a helicopter crash that killed a cast member.The crocodile trapper-turned-media personality is accused of perverting the course of justice and destruction of evidence stemming from the February crash that killed Chris Wilson.
France coach Didier Deschamps has forecast changes for a World Cup game with potential implications for the Socceroos.France meet Tunisia in Doha in a game kicking off the same time (0200 AEDT Thursday) as Australia's decisive encounter with Denmark.
Domestic violence offenders in NSW should be seen as "unique individuals" and offered support services straight after their first attack, in a bid to prevent them reoffending, a new report says.A significant amount of domestic violence happens shortly after the first offence, the Reducing Domestic Violence Reoffending report released on Wednesday says.
The gap between First Nations and non-Indigenous Australians is getting worse when it comes to the number of deaths by suicide and adults in prison, according to the latest annual report.Minister for Indigenous Australians Linda Burney will present the findings of the 2022 Closing the Gap report to parliament on Wednesday.
A national anti-corruption commission is set to become law after clearing its final major hurdle.The Senate passed the legislation on Tuesday with amendments that beefed up the powers of the inspector who provides oversight of the commission.
The vote count resumes in Victoria as election results tighten in key seats, but a final outcome may not be determined until mid-December.The Victorian Electoral Commission confirmed that results in close seats will not be known until preference distributions are conducted from next week.
Professional investors are demanding companies step up and fix male-dominated boards, environmental harm and modern slavery lurking in supply chains.The Responsible Investment Association Australasia on Wednesday released its first study on investor "stewardship" practices across Australia and New Zealand, in partnership with KPMG.
Australia's sex discrimination commissioner is set to reveal her perspective on the nation's progress towards eliminating workplace sexual harassment and improving gender equality.Kate Jenkins will deliver a speech to the National Press Club on Tuesday as she prepares to step down from the role she has held since 2016 next April.
Removing toxic materials from water is now easier than ever after researchers at RMIT University discovered a fast and sustainable method using magnets.Each year about 14 million tonnes of microplastics are found in oceans and waterways around the world, posing serious environmental and health risks.
CENSURE MOTION AGAINST SCOTT MORRISONSummary of the motion to be moved by Leader of the House, Tony Burke, on Wednesday.* The Constitution provides for "responsible government", described by the High Court of Australia as a "system by which the executive is responsible to the legislature and, through it, to the electorate".
The inquest into the death of Kumanjayi Walker will sit for the final time this year in the long-running investigation into the Indigenous teen's shooting.Coroner Elisabeth Armitage will convene her inquiry on Wednesday and hear from one witness before it breaks until February next year.
During COVID-19 lockdowns, Katie Vogel noticed most of the houses in her seaside neighbourhood were empty.The notion of unoccupied holiday homes continued to play on her mind when she couldn't find a rental in the tight NSW south coast market in April.