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"NO Lights No Lycra" is the evocatively-named event created by Alice Glenn and Heidi Barrett back in 2009.
It's possible but highly unlikely that the deadly Ebola virus would reach Australia, but if it did the country would be well prepared to respond, medical experts say.
Warwick Rowers describes itself as a large and highly active sports club with substantial ambitions.
World needs 533,000 new pilots over next 20 years Boeing forecasts need for hundreds of thousands new pilots and plane technicians.
Australians, intrigued by the latest revelation from WikiLeaks, took to social media to pass on a document they were never meant to see.
Every Herald reader should know about the Guangzhou Metro because it provides an insight into the mind-boggling mediocrity of Transport for NSW, for which we all have to pay, including those who don't use public transport.
I'm often asked just how much a Qantas frequent flyer point is actually worth. The answer, frustratingly, is "it depends".
Aircraft of Australian low-cost carrier Jetstar Airways and Malaysian low-cost carrier AirAsia are seen at Changi International Airport in Singapore on May 8, 2014.
Australian budget airline Jetstar apologised on Wednesday after a crew member told passengers on a flight from the Gold Coast tourist strip, including some returning from a popular music festival, to flush away "anything you shouldn't have".
Did Abbot really think he could suppress a story like this? He seems intent on turning Australia into a dictatorship.
Hobart Lord Mayor Damon Thomas has backed a new $25 entry fee for the Taste of Tasmania, saying it will allow the food festival to grow.
BENDIGO Braves forward Dustin Salisbery has captured the player of the week awards for round 17 in the South East Australia Basketball League season.
Addressing the 2014 Australian Winter School Conference in Brisbane in late July, Dr Rowan said the increased prevalence of chronic pain and growing use of prescription and over-the-counter painkillers is contributing to higher rates of addiction and substance dependency.
Abbott's culture war hits the road. Is air travel getting less safe? Ben Sandilands looks at the odds of a crash.
The families of 38 Australians and permanent residents have been dragged into the geopolitical brinkmanship of Russia and the West.
"It was astounding to see the strength of this young man," he told State Parliament, while questioning why the chief executive of horizontal drilling company Arogen was not being awarded more tenders.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 03:51 am
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