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Next Tuesday, NASA will try to land on Mars

A little before 7am next Tuesday, a small metal shell flying six times faster than a bullet will reach the outer edges of Mars’ thin atmosphere.

The Age /
190 bottles of wine, 21 cases of beer and a pineapple: Gifts for MP's interest

Politicians have studiously declared gifts including a pineapple and "disgusting vegan sausages" but failed to record free trips, gifts and the donors behind them.

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Editorial cartoon

The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of Fairfax's cartoonists.

The Age /
Comyn cooks the Narev turkey (for now)

Remembering to keep the receipts comes in well for Commonwealth Bank boss, making it harder for his well-liked predecessor to find new appointments.

The Age /
Target and superquiz, Wednesday, November 21

Trivia buffs: test your knowledge with today's interactive superquiz and target.

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First visit to Australia by an Indian President signals deeper ties

In a visit that underscores the strength of Indo-Australian ties, the Indian President will unveil a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in suburban Sydney.

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ABC uses chaos at the top to demand more money and 'funding certainty'

The broadcaster said government control over its budget could influence or be seen to influence its editorial independence.

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Campaign against wedding mag missed the point

Australia surely voted for more equality, not for more bigotry.

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Court told of possible death threats if war hero's accuser is named

Woman who has accused Australia's most decorated soldier, Ben Roberts-Smith, of domestic violence could be killed if her identity became known, court has heard.

The Age /
Three arrested over alleged Melbourne terror plot to 'kill maximum number of people'

Three men have been arrested for allegedly planning a terrorist attack in Melbourne, less a fortnight after Hassan Khalif Shire Ali carried out the ...

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Super-powerful interstellar 'ticking time bomb' found not far from Earth

Australian astronomers say they have spotted a super-powerful star that could explode at any moment in one of the most-powerful detonations since the ...

The Age /
Target and superquiz, Tuesday, November 20

Trivia buffs: test your knowledge with today's interactive superquiz and target.

The Age /
US billionaire hedge-funder snaps up local lawyer

The inspiration for Bobby "Axe" Axelrod lures former Mallesons banking guru Martin James to the local board of his major US hedge fund.

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The government wants to help you sleep better at night

It’s no small matter that four in every 10 Australians are not getting enough sleep on a regular basis.

The Age /
Short-term thinking is creating long-term problems

The system needs some updates. It’s time for Federation 2.0.

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Why military suicides are so common: the answer isn't combat

The reasons for the tragic rate of service people and veterans killing themselves are surrounded by myth. Understanding the truth is critical to ...

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Selfies with Stan Lee: is this grief or #me-me-me?

It's the height of vanity to make a person's death all about yourself - even in the unreal world of social media.

The Age /
March in and then out: Short journey for Labor adviser

Only hours after Claire March's appointment was trumpeted, she was gone.

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Target and superquiz, Monday, November 19

Trivia buffs: test your knowledge with today's interactive superquiz and target.

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Healthy competition benefits all schools, says Catholic schools chief

School funding is based on many factors and it may surprise some people that religion is not one of them. Understanding four basic facts helps explain why.

The Age /
The policy chaos eroding our faith in democracy

Amid an increasing sense of policy chaos, a new microcosm is forming around finding ways to fix Australian democracy.

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Bourke Street terror an opportunity to revisit immigration debate

Why Hassan Khalif Shire Ali attacked people in Bourke Street is less relevant than what is to be done to maintain community support for immigration.

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Bilingual schools teaching maths, science in a foreign language

At his school in Sydney's northern suburbs, Felix Scholle, 12, is taught maths, biology, art, music and sport entirely in German.

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Harrolds owner avoids conviction over assault of elderly parents

John Poulakis, the multimillionaire founder of a luxury fashion house Harrolds, has avoided a conviction after pleading guilty to assaulting his ...

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Best of the world in pictures

The best images from around the world, chosen by Fairfax photo editors.

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My cuppa with Dave Sharma while storm brews for Libs

The highly regarded Wentworth candidate keeps his election plans to himself.

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Superquiz and Target, Sunday, November 18

Trivia and word buffs: test your knowledge with today's superquiz and Target.

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