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Aspiring property tycoon driven out of town by angry creditors

Aspiring property tycoon driven out of town by angry creditors

The knives are out in the Southern Highlands for the director of a tiny luxury homes company who demanded large upfront deposits and then failed to complete the projects.

Car drives into protest by climate activist group in Sydney CBD

Car drives into protest by climate activist group in Sydney CBD

The incident took place during a march by a climate activist group in the city this morning. NSW Police said they had commenced inquiries.

Russia’s financial lifeline faces a new threat

Vladimir Putin has used the cover of his special military operation in Ukraine to finally snuff out any domestic political opposition.

Russia continues to find ways to sell its oil and fund the war in Ukraine despite the West’s best efforts to strangle its revenues. But a new plan is being hatched.

Stephen Bartholomeusz
Stephen Bartholomeusz

Senior business columnist

Rail union threatens to escalate industrial action in Sydney

The rail union says disruptions to Sydney train services will be worse next week unless the NSW government ensures it will modify the state’s new $2.88 billion intercity train fleet.

Packer enlists Hamish Douglass to help spend his billions

James Packer and Hamish Douglass

This is James Packer’s chance at investment renaissance - a fresh slate, a full wallet and a new inner sanctum of close advisers including Australia’s highest profile and (now) former fund manager Hamish Douglass.

Elizabeth Knight
Elizabeth Knight

Business columnist

Albanese’s crossbench staffing cuts about politics, not fairness

Cuts to the staffing allocation of crossbench MPs is a slap in the face for newly elected independents and a setback for good governance and cultural renewal in Canberra.

Sophie Scamps
Sophie Scamps

Independent federal MP for Mackellar.

Hedley Thomas and Chris Dawson

Journalist denies campaign to incite prejudice against Chris Dawson

Hedley Thomas was questioned in court about his investigation into the disappearance of northern beaches mother-of-two Lynette Dawson and podcast, The Teacher’s Pet.

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Of course Ashley Klein got it right with Kaufusi sin bin

The Queensland veteran had Junior Paulo’s head between his legs, following three set restarts in as many minutes. If that wasn’t a professional foul, what is?

Andrew Webster
Andrew Webster

Chief Sports Writer


Fittler’s perfect tactics against the fractured Maroons

Tino Fa’asuamaleaui is tackled by Siosifa Talakai.

The greatest weapon in the Queensland arsenal is the chip on their shoulder; their need to avenge NSW insults.

Roy Masters
Roy Masters

Sports Columnist

Representative round key takeouts: What we learnt from Origin and the Tests

Isabelle Kelly, Joey Manu, Josh Schuster, Justin Olam and Nathan Cleary all starred for their sides in an action-packed weekend.

‘I don’t like being the villain’: Booktopia founder defends company

Booktopia CEO, Tony Nash, has responded to an article by The Age and Sydney Morning Herald on the weekend.

Tony Nash, the founder of the country’s biggest online bookseller took to the social media platform LinkedIn to respond to an article in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald that delved into the problems the company is facing.

‘It’s looking really ugly over time’: Home buyers to pay price as rates rise to stem inflation

Households are spending almost $75 more a month on petrol than at the start of the year due to soaring prices.

Economists warn home buyers may be “burned” as ultra-low interest rates and easy budget policy come to an end.


From Gosling to GameStop, ‘shorting’ is having a moment. But what is it?

Shorting someone of change is pretty clearly a bad thing – but what about “shorting” a company?

Does this 17-year-old have what it takes to win Ninja Warrior?

Saxon Johnstone has been watching Australian Ninja Warrior since its inception. Now, aged 17, he’s competing in the obstacle course.

Saxon Johnstone is one of several young guns who will compete in the new season of Australian Ninja Warrior.


Amazon has gone too far as it bids to resurrect the dead

Not content with chasing the elixir for eternal youth, Silicon Valley is now trying to cheat death.

James Titcomb
Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen had a strong message for the Supreme Court at Glastonbury over the weekend.

A Roe v Wade protest, John Lennon: The top five Glastonbury moments

After two years of COVID cancellations, Glastonbury returned this weekend in a swirl of joy and rage. Here’s what you might have missed.


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Felise Kaufusi reacts to his sin-binning on Sunday.

Fittler adamant Kaufusi sin-binning justified despite Qld protests

The Blues piled on 30 points in as many minutes against an exhausted Maroons after their second-rower returned to the field. But should he have been sent to the sin-bin?

Matt Burton celebrates a critical Origin try.

Skyrockets in flight: A moment of genius in Burton’s breathtaking debut

Everything the Blues rookie touched in the Origin arena turned to gold on Sunday night, prompting Latrell Mitchell to declare that Matt Burton can keep the No.4 jersey.


Artist impression of the rooftop pool of the TFE Collection hotel in the TOGA project at Surry Hills, Sydney 

Sydney’s inner-city set for sparkling rooftop pool in $200 million project

The sweeping infinity pool will rival any beach setting when TFE Hotels opens its first Collection brand boutique-style property within the TOGA group’s $200m mixed-used project.

Star inquiry: What we heard and where to next


After 36 online hearings, more than 30 witnesses and hours of off-camera deliberations, an inquiry will now determine if Sydney’s Star casino is suitable to hold a licence.

NSW rail corporation ditches rent-free offices for $1 million-a-year CBD tower

The controversial rail corporation’s new offices are in a high-rise tower near Pitt Street mall in the Sydney CBD.

The NSW government’s controversial rail corporation is splashing $1 million a year on plush new offices in a Sydney CBD high-rise.

Train services to be slashed by up to 75 per cent during week of industrial action

Commuters have been warned to expect delays from protected industrial action.

Workers will implement measures including not driving trains any faster than 60kmh, as part of protected action to protest against safety and work concerns.

Kerry Stokes chips in for BRS barrister’s CEO sleepout

Arthur Moses has been getting plenty of cash for sleeping rough

Arthur Moses’ CEO sleep-out got some love from a very kind donor: Kerry Stokes.

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As buyers hold back, some auctioneers are left hanging.

What happens when a property passes in at auction?

As property prices fall, some buyers hesitate to bid on auction floors in the hope of picking up a bargain later. But what if their rival is trying the same tactic?

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Nicole Kidman buys fifth apartment in same building

Investment advice to always buy what you know isn’t lost on Nicole Kidman, who has purchased a fifth apartment in Milsons Point’s Latitude building.




Ben Hunt

The honeymoon is over for Slater as pressure mounts for decider

Billy Slater almost always found a way to overcome adversity as a player. Now he must do the same as a coach after Queensland were trounced in Perth.

Tino Fa’asuamaleaui is tackled by Siosifa Talakai.

Fittler’s perfect tactics against fractured Maroons

NSW won in Perth, but the greatest weapon in the Queensland arsenal is the chip on their shoulder; their entrenched need to avenge NSW insults, relish adversity and triumph over injustice. And they will use all of them in the decider.

Roy Masters
Roy Masters

Sports Columnist

Nathan Cleary celebrates a second-half try as NSW streak away.

Talk of NSW demise proves much ado about Nathan

Since the narrow loss to Queensland in game one, there’s been much hand wringing and furious tweeting about the parlous condition of rugby league in our fair state.

Fittler adamant Kaufusi sin-binning justified despite Queensland protests

Fittler adamant Kaufusi sin-binning justified despite Queensland protests

The Blues piled on 30 points in as many minutes against an exhausted Queensland after their second-rower returned to the field. But should he have been sent to the sin-bin?

Spinner Jon Holland (right) should join the Renegades.

Holland edging towards surprise Test recall in Galle

Australia are edging closer to the surprise selection of Jon Holland as Nathan Lyon’s spin partner against Sri Lanka in Galle.

Nick Kyrgios – dressed in white – will be back at Wimbledon on Tuesday.

Focused and in form, Kyrgios prepares to light up Wimbledon

Nick Kyrgios says Wimbledon’s famously strict dress code may be out of tune with the times, but he’s willing to make a fashion faux pas for the All England Club.

NSW captain James Tedesco played a starring role in game two.

Origin rivals have ‘no second chances’ with backs to the wall

Queensland may head back to Brisbane in unfamiliar territory as rank outsiders for Origin III.



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