Despite the constant denials about the true state of the Shane Warne Foundation, the former cricket champion was fronting a charity with big problems.
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Fergus Hunter The five cent piece will be withdrawn from circulation or die out naturally in the near future, according to the Royal Australian Mint and Assistant Minister to the Treasurer Alex Hawke.
John Elder Some people regard Valentine's Day a crass exercise in commercialism, others enjoy it as an excuse to go cross-eyed at one another. John Elder explores the roots of romance.
Cosima Marriner Treats could be back on the menu if the health star food rating system was introduced in school canteens.
John Elder Do people called Love have more heart than the rest of us?
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Nick Miller Desperate people escaping their troubled homelands face many hurdles as they continue to enter Europe via Greece.
Beau Donelly Anthony Virgona, the Melbourne man who turned down life-prolonging medical treatment after years of suffering from a crippling degenerative disease, has died.
Michael Coulter Melbourne revels in the late-night delights that Sydney's lockout laws have eliminated.
Margaret and Geoffrey Follett celebrate 60 years of marriage and Riverstone history.
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Life was hard in the early colony. Here's a Windsor blacksmith who struggled to keep his business going.
Another group of Hawkesbury RFS officers have been sent to battle Tasmanian bushfires.
The Coalition's $1 billion work for the dole scheme has improved the probability that an unemployed person will ...
Darug descendant Leanne Tobin says recognition is so important