An internet video purports to show the beheading of US journalist Steven Sotloff by Islamic State militants.
A union inquiry has heard building inspectors were abused by union officials at construction sites.
Legislation which rips up the Tasmanian forest peace deal has passed parliament.
The coalition has axed the mining tax, but in the process has put a freeze on the super rate.
Bikies are confident a High Court challenge will overturn laws they say are draconian and go too far.
Berlin's gigantic IFA consumer electronics fair opens this week, with the shadow of Apple looming large.
Angelina Jolie's wedding gown was adorned with drawings made by her children.
Joan Rivers remains seriously ill after suffering a cardiac arrest during routine throat surgery.
Ryan Corr has received a 12-month good behaviour bond after pleading guilty to possessing heroin in court.
Florida's Polytechnic University has opened a new library - with no books.
In today's Feed we see what happens when a kayak gets too close to a whale, a mascot swallow a player and a greyhound race run in a pea soup fog.
Brad Seymour has labelled Carlton as 2014's biggest disappointment, saying the Blues underachieved massively after winning a final in 2013
Formula One ace Jenson Button takes star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo for several hair-raising rides in some exotic sports cars.
Australia have improved on their dismal effort against Zimbabwe by carving out a competitive total against South Africa in Harare.
Broncos forward Sam Thaiday will miss Friday's final round NRL clash with Melbourne after being found guilty of a crusher tackle.
Souths hooker Issac Luke has been found not guilty of a dangerous contact charge and will play in Thursday's final round NRL clash with the Roosters.
Michael Clarke is adamant the right decision was made for him to play in Zimbabwe and that retirement is certainly not on his agenda.
Hawthorn's Brian Lake is expected to be fit for Friday night's qualifying final, but teammate Matt Suckling's hopes of playing Geelong are up in the air.
Australian captain Michael Clarke says he won't be following his coach's advice and keeping selection conversations in house after the Zimbabwe disaster.
World No.1 Novak Djokovic and former champion Andy Murray will renew their grand slam rivalry in a blockbuster US Open quarter-final at Flushing Meadows.
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Vistr co-founder Jeremy Kwong-Law shares his top cloud solutions to help manage your cash flow, allowing you to focus on running your business.
Beautiful gardens and lawns start from the ground up. Victa shares their to achieve healthy soil and give your garden a head start.
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Even if your penchant for colour is neutral designer John Amabile from 60 Minute Makeover encourages the subtle use of contrast, by peppering his drawing room with black accessories and features.
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