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15 November 2017 11:45 PM Same-sex marriage: debate begins in Parliament

Senator Smith, a Christian, says "people voted 'no' not because they had a particular problem with gay and lesbian Australians but because they felt it was the easiest expression of their fear about the change in Australian culture towards people of religious faith". "The 'no' advocates spoke much about religious freedom but couldn't point to what freedom 18

14 November 2017 10:40 PM Same-sex marriage vote: results and live coverage as postal survey verdict announced

Labor senator Penny Wong says the Paterson bill is "an attempt by those who have opposed equality at every step of the way to frustrate it further". Senator Wong says the vote has been "not just about lesbian and gay couples, not just about the LGBTI community - although it is about us - it is about the sort of nation we are. And it will be a very important 29

12 November 2017 3:04 AM Cross River Rail and Brisbane Live delivered as one under Labor

Cross River Rail and Brisbane Live will progress as a joint project at Roma Street, with Labor announcing on Sunday the entertainment project would be planned and delivered under the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority in partnership with AEG Ogden’s Harvey Lister. The proposed Brisbane Live includes a 17,000-seat arena, cinemas, restaurants and bars. Deputy 18

8 November 2017 11:34 PM Oaks Day 2017: Race day live

Dom Clemente, the Mill Park man who won $1 million after tipping Rekindling to win the Melbourne Cup, has shared his tips for Oaks Day. He likes Aloisia in the Oaks (race 8 number 1) despite it being at very short odds. In race 3 he likes horse 6 (Silvera) and in race 6 he likes horse 5 (Crystal Dreamer). Dom hasn't got his money yet, it'll come through 17

7 November 2017 2:10 AM Melbourne Cup 2017: Race day live

Brazilian superstar Joao Moreira will miss his Melbourne Cup ride on the fancied Irish raider Thomas Hobson after plunging to the turf in a heavy fall from his mount Regal Monarch in the Ronald McDonald Charities House Plate, one of the support races earlier on Cup Day. The Hong Kong based rider, known as the Magic Man for his phenomenal success in Hong Kong and before 33

3 November 2017 3:25 AM Markets Live: ASX hits year's high

Chocolate makers' dependence on hazelnuts from a single major producer, Turkey, has sent Italy's food giant Ferrero searching for new suppliers to satisfy consumer cravings. Its search has taken it from eastern Canada and Chile to south-western NSW. The farmer recruitment efforts of Ferrero, one of the world's biggest hazelnut buyers for its Nutella 41

2 November 2017 6:37 AM 'Patterns of radicalisation': Uzbekistan's history with terrorism and the US

Sayfullo Saipov, a 29-year-old "radicalised" Uzbek man, was behind the wheel of the truck which killed eight people in Manhattan on October 31. But the revelation about his country of origin led social media users to question why US President Donald Trump hadn't included Uzbekistan on his travel ban list. The attack is the fourth major fatal incident 40

2 November 2017 4:23 AM Low-key Queen of Pop Madonna spotted flying economy

SHE may be the Material Girl and worth hundreds of millions but apparently Madonna is not above slumming it with the plebs. The Material Girl herself, 59, was spotted by one eagle-eyed passenger on a recent flight from London to Portugal’s capital Lisbon, where she and her family currently live. But it’s not always silver service for our Madge. The singer 39

2 November 2017 2:32 AM The people who just won’t leave

RUSSELL Crowe is not a happy man. He’s blown up over what he’s calling Australia’s “shame” and a national “disgrace”. The actor tweeted: “Manus. A Nations shame. Lives held in limbo . Lives lived in fear & despair . It’s f***ing disgraceful.” When a Twitter user challenged him, he replied, “Maybe you could put them up somewhere if you’re so ashamed 39

1 November 2017 8:44 AM The tough choice Australia has to make about coal

A NEW report has highlighted why Australia needs to change but is this precarious outlook enough to make the country alter its course? The latest United Nation’s Emissions Gap Report 2017 sets out the importance of preventing further investment in coal if global temperatures are to be kept below the target of 2C. Greenhouse gas emissions are already 46