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13 January 2018 4:40 AM Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff says Donald Trump book is 'all factual'

Author Michael Wolff has hit back at claims his book about US President Donald Trump's first year in office stretches the truth, saying it gave the clearest picture of the President's administration. In an interview with ABC Radio, Wolff said his book was "all factual" and people should read it themselves to make up their own minds about it. Not afraid 9

7 January 2018 9:44 PM Republicans defend Donald Trump's mental stability as Stephen Bannon issues apology

Washington: Republicans and Trump allies rushed to defend US President Donald Trump's mental stability on Sunday, as former White House aide Stephen Bannon issued an apology for his role in the furore that's followed the release of a controversial new book. Bannon provided a statement to the political website Axios expressing "regret" for comments attributed 18

5 January 2018 3:03 AM Australia slips to $628 million trade deficit

Australia's trade slipped to a surprise $628 million trade deficit in November, as exports plateaued and imports edged higher. Exports were flat for the month while imports were up 1.0 per cent, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Friday. The market had expected the surplus to grow to $800 million in November. The ABS also revised down October's 18

1 January 2018 7:17 AM Chinese paper warns Australia on 'interference' in South China Sea

Bangkok: A Chinese Communist Party-owned newspaper has published an article warning that Australia's "interference" in the flashpoint waters of the South China Sea may prompt China to "adopt strong countermeasures which will seriously impact Australian economic development". Zhang Ye, a researcher at the Chinese Naval Research Institute in Beijing, wrote 30

31 December 2017 6:56 AM Screening in the skies above you: the new year's 'supermoon trilogy'

All new years start with a bang, but the special effects rolled out in the night sky this January will be astronomical. New Year's Day is the date for episode two of what NASA has dubbed the "supermoon trilogy": three supermoons in swift succession. Four weeks ago on December 3, the "cold moon" supermoon rose in the evening. The first day of 2018 will bring 29

22 December 2017 3:31 AM Joel Thompson signs for Manly amid salary cap uncertainty

St George Illawarra have pledged their faith in their emerging stars after granting edge forward Joel Thompson a release from the final year of his contract. The release comes just a day after the Dragons re-signed 21-year-old forward Luciano Leilua and acts as a clear sign the club is confident Leilua, and the remaining edge forwards, will step up to fill the void left by Thompson's 40 1

21 December 2017 7:00 AM Canberra Cavalry release former Chicago Cub Ryan Kalish

Janas has an earned-run average of 9.00 from his four innings pitched across four games. The 25-year-old made it to AAA level - one rung below the Majors - with the Atlanta Braves organisation. "Ryan Kalish is going to Puerto Rico, we've released him. Steve Janas is going home," Cavalry chief executive Donn McMichael told Fairfax Media on Thursday 49

20 December 2017 1:39 AM Atletico Madrid report Barcelona to FIFA over Griezmann approach

Atletico Madrid have reported Barcelona to FIFA for an illegal transfer approach for Antoine Griezmann. The French forward has been linked with the Catalan club in the Spanish media and Barcelona director Guillermo Amor told Movistar on Sunday that president Josep Maria Bartomeu may have made contact with Griezmann's family, who are also his representatives 58

14 December 2017 12:45 AM Unemployment rate steady at 5.4%

The unemployment rate was steady at 5.4 per cent in November, matching market expectations. The total number of people with jobs rose by 61,600 in November, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said, with full-time employment rising by 41,900 and part-time positions rising by 19,700. Economists had expected the unemployment rate to remain steady at 5.4 per cent. The Australian 59

13 December 2017 3:55 AM Watchdog clears police over Premier's wife Catherine Andrews' car crash case

Victoria's corruption watchdog has found Victoria Police did nothing improper in their investigation of two police officers' handling of a serious car crash involving Premier Daniel Andrews, his wife and a teenage boy on a bicycle. The Independent Broad-based Anti-Corruption Commission on Wednesday cleared police of any wrongdoing in their internal investigation 66