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- 'For their tomorrow, we gave our today'
- The royal touch: Abbott's blunder
- Chalk and Tempo pubs hit hard times
- No toll road express lanes - yet
- Ute ploughs into Brisbane home
Ninety-nine years after Australians sacrificed their lives in Gallipoli, thousands have gathered in Brisbane's CBD to honour them.
Paul Keating was dubbed the Lizard of Oz when he touched the Queen. But it seems Australian leaders just can't keep their hands off the royals.
Inner-city pub closes its doors and another goes into receivership.
Buyer of SEQ toll network promises better service but says Aussies not ready for fast lanes.
Two people injured as vehicles crashes into house just before 6am.
Brisbane Times National Headlines
- Thousands gather for the Anzac Day dawn service, joined by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
- Tony Abbott's indigenous adviser calls for more money
- MH370 search: police tight-lipped about debris
- Royal couple enjoy the best of the 'lucky country'
- National recall of Bunnings electric shock spa
- Debris from missing MH370 could wash up on WA coast: expert
- Anzac Day: in the shadow of those lost, students get a poignant reminder of war
- Phone call raises goosebumps for family of identified Fromelles Digger
- Didgeridoo player to kick off dawn service
- Debris on beach not from missing MH370: ATSB
- Gallipoli letters add poignancy to Idris Murphy's $20,000 art prize win
- Gallipoli peninsula ready to greet latest Anzac pilgrims
- Ian Watt and fellow public service chiefs win pay rises of up to $42,000
- 'What are those medals for?' ask Vietnam veteran's grandchildren
- Anzac visitors face a hail of red tape
- Beauty of killing fields inspires vet's grandson to art prize success
- Top public servants win big pay rises
- Duntroon: The class of 1914
- Possible debris from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 found on WA beach
- Gallipoli 'ghost' an open and shutter case
- Managers the most accused of bullying, commission finds
- Pitch, err, this: World's longest-running experiment finally drops
- Gallipoli 'ghost' captured at soldiers' cemetery
- Green on blue inquiry looks at top command
- Inquest on Australian soldiers will examine army decisions
- The high cost of holding on
- US alliance overcharges and under-delivers, says ANU's Mike McKinley
- Cosmetic surgery company's Anzac Day competition angers RSL
- Bluefin-21's search for MH370 nearing completion in the Southern Indian Ocean
- Missing Malaysia Airlines flight: How MH370 will change travel
- Now Kate strolls into pole position ...
- Unknown sailor gets headstone as truth of bay sinking revealed
- Time for winemakers to make some vintage Flemington
- More disputes over environment decisions likely
- Duke and Duchess spend day off in Canberra relaxing, playing with Prince George
- Call to modify guidelines on light drinking in pregnancy
- Pharmacist Ron Batagol calls for drinking mothers to be reassured
- New museum offers lasting memories of Fromelles fallen
- Chinese spies at Sydney University
- Museum to shed light on dark history of Fromelles battle
- Chinese spies keep eye on leading universities
- For Prince George, a close encounter of the furred kind
- Foreign predators threaten bilbies
- Royal couple join cathedral's Easter Sunday worshippers
- National Archives battle to preserve nation's 'birth certificates'
- Repairers say filthy home coffee machines are fire risks
- Royal rest day may be just the time to meet the 'locals'
- Royal tour 2014: Prince William, Catherine, Baby George arrive in Canberra
- One father's story: as we, too, remember them
- Eco-consumers enter the trace age
- Gallipoli: Mystery man died in first charge on beach at Anzac Cove
- Greyhound traders defy ban on exports to Macau Canidrome
- Coalition celebrates a religious Easter: Eight of 19 cabinet members are Catholic
- Kosher cakes at Our Big Kitchen create happy mixture
- Dementia, it's all in the mind
- Mystery of the lost boy of Gallipoli's first wave
- Splint ends in sight for researcher Phillip Newman and work on shin splints
- Tasmania's forests now a defining national issue
- Pharmacists warned off homeopathy
- Technically, the kids are all right
- Royal visit: Thirty years later, some things remain the same
- The truth about memory
- Aussie teen not fazed by Mount Everest avalanche
- On the trail of a ... serial killer
- Peace and prosperity now endangering Gallipoli
- Age pensions: Later, and less, plans the government
- Former Queensland premier Anna Bligh on how we can stop domestic violence
- The Anzac evolution
- Grange affair a hard act to swallow
- Rat of Tobruk remembers those who lost chance of life
- Kate Middleton gives Zimmerman dress the royal treatment
- Laid-back royals hit the beach, but barefoot stroll proves a step too far for duchess
- Royal couple show animal attraction at Royal Easter Show
- ICAC under threat of being silenced
- Monitoring anklets under fire after rapist does runner
- Riding high on royal waves between flags
- Public servants to work longer for more pay
- Are beards about to go out of fashion?
- Tom Meagher opens up about violence against women and the trauma of confronting Jill's killer
- Shocking facts about everyday domestic appliances
- Mike Baird fills Barry O'Farrell breach
- MH370 search: Craft modified to keep it submerged for longer
- ABC becomes first Western broadcaster to go China-wide
- Sydney puts on her best face to greet Duke and Duchess
- A bold splash of colour and a laidback welcome for at-ease Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
- ABC wins unprecedented access in landmark Chinese deal
- Monarchists rule as republican youth support wanes
- Sun and the crowds turn out to greet popular duke and duchess
- Asian demand driving influx of overseas retail giants
- Barry O'Farrell resignation a warning to others: Bob Carr
- Searchers have pinpointed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 crash site: wreck hunter
- Monster Health Food Company upstages rivals after aiming for the stars
- Royal tour a relaxed family affair
- Bland becomes beautiful for fashion's 'normcore' look
- Leaked report shows more than 60 safety breaches at Lend Lease work sites
- AC/DC: Migrant kids who made the long climb to the top of rock'n'roll
- Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370: sea-bed hunt hits hurdle as Bluefin-21 resurfaces
- Fear, hope and disability
- Underwater vehicle to search seabed for MH370 clues
- Hundreds of public servants in limbo
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have joined a crowd of thousands at the Australian War Memorial to commemorate the 99th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings and the enduring Anzac legacy.
Less than a month from the federal budget, one of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's Aboriginal affairs advisers has called for a doubling of the number of indigenous rangers working to protect almost 500 million hectares of land across the continent.
Police are remaining tight-lipped about debris found on a West Australian beach that was investigated for links to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
It was a big call from the Manly man. The royals are more popular than professional surfer Kelly Slater.
Hardware giant Bunnings recalls M-spa Silver Cloud inflatable spa after two customers reported electric shocks while using the product.
The debris found on a beach in Western Australia's south-west may not have been from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 but ocean experts say it is likely that debris from the plane could wash up on the coast if it went down in the area in which searchers are looking.
An Australian schoolgirl unexpectedly wells up with tears over a nameless Fromelles gravestone. Zoe Bell, 17, of St Leonard?s College in Melbourne, isn?t usually like this, her teacher tells me. This isn?t hysterics or histrionics. Just history.
When Sharon Summers answered the phone on Wednesday night she could hardly believe what she heard.
Before the familiar strains of a bugle echo around the Australian War Memorial at Canberra's chilly dawn service, an expected 35,000 people will assemble to the sound of a pulsing didgeridoo.
The debris found on a beach in Western Australia is not connected to missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau says.
When Idris Murphy travelled to Gallipoli last year with a group of artists, the landscape painter carried letters written by a man he had never met.
Sunset, when the Gallipoli Peninsula is quiet and the tour buses have gone, grants a softness to the tough hills and the deep valleys of the old Anzac battlefields.
Australia's top public servant will get a $42,000 wage rise in July as industrial strife looms over pay rises for Commonwealth's 160,000 rank-and-file bureaucrats.
George Main has commemorated Anzac Day since he was a boy.
Sunset, when the Gallipoli Peninsula is quiet and the tour buses have gone, grants a softness to the tough hills and valleys of the old Anzac battlefields.
When Idris Murphy travelled to Gallipoli last year with a group of artists, the landscape painter carried letters written by a man he had never met but whose name he inherited.
Australia's top public servant will get a $42,000 wage rise in July as industrial strife looms over pay rises for the Commonwealth's 160,000 rank-and-file bureaucrats.
They were the first class of young officers produced by Duntroon, and they had a baptism of fire in WWI, writes David Ellery.
West Australian Police have confirmed officers in the state's South West are in possession of "items" that could possibly be from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
It may be no great stretch to imagine ghosts lurk on the Gallipoli Peninsula, but a spectral image on a camera frame proved to be no such visitation.
Managers have emerged as the most commonly accused of bullying in Australian workplaces, in the first results released by the Fair Work Commission from its new anti-bullying jurisdiction.
The world's longest-running laboratory experiment has finally delivered a result – eight months after the man who patiently watched over it unrewarded for five decades died.
Dusk had settled and night was closing in on Beach Cemetery on the old Anzac battlefields of Gallipoli when Fairfax photographer Joe Armao opened the shutter on his last series of pictures for the day – and captured something inexplicable.
An inquest into the deaths of three Australian soldiers killed by a rogue Afghan soldier in 2012 will investigate allegations into commanders' decisions and high-level army procedures.
Inquest on three Australian soldiers killed by a rogue Afghan soldier in 2012 will probe uncomfortable allegations about commander decisions and high-level army procedures, Fairfax Media learns.
Australia needs to rethink how it keeps sick, elderly people alive in hospitals and stop overtreating them at the end of their lives, the outgoing director of St Vincent's Hospital's Intensive Care Unit says.
Australia's alliance with the United States overcharges and under-delivers, Australian National University academic Dr Mike McKinley says.
The RSL has blasted as "insulting" a cosmetic surgery company's Anzac Day competition which urges women to rate their breasts for their chance to win two tickets to the AFL showdown between Collingwood and Essendon on April 25.
With two-thirds of the search area scoured by an underwater autonomous vehicle, the search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is yet to find any sign of the plane.
The consequences will be felt as MH370 has changed air travel.
The Duchess of Cambridge has taken advantage of the royal couple's designated day off by playing with young Prince George on the lawns outside Government House in Canberra.
A sailor killed in a wartime collision in Port Phillip Bay and buried in an unmarked grave for more than 70 years will finally get a headstone this week, as the truth behind an accident that led to the deaths of 24 sailors emerges.
From March to May for the past 60 years, backyard winemakers have flocked to John Merlino's grape stand at the Sydney Markets in Flemington to select the varieties they hope to be quaffing in a few years time.
The federal government is braced for a flood of court cases challenging decisions made under its environmental laws.
The royal couple have begun their designated day off by playing with young George on the lawns outside Government House.
The National Health and Medical Research Council's guidelines on drinking during pregnancy provide insufficient and potentially alarming advice to women about the effects of low-level drinking, a leading pharmacist says.
Australia's top health research authority should be reassuring women who have been light social drinkers during pregnancy amid concern that some will consider terminations due to unwarranted fears for their babies' health, a leading pharmacist says.
'De l'ombre a lumiere' - from the shadow into the light, says the inscription on the door of the museum at Fromelles, which opens in two months to commemorate one of the First World War's fiercest battles.
China is building large covert informant networks inside Australia's leading universities, prompting Australia to strengthen its counter-intelligence capabilities.
"De l'ombre a la lumiere" - from the shadow into the light - reads the inscription on the door of the museum at Fromelles, which opens in two months to commemorate one of World War I's fiercest battles.
China is building large covert spy networks inside Australia's leading universities, prompting Australia to strengthen its counter-intelligence capabilities.
Finally it was George's day. The nine-month-old prince made his much anticipated Australian debut, generously sharing the occasion with a bilby named in his honour.
If meeting the royal family - including two future kings - is not enough to boost your public profile and help save your species from extinction, who knows what is?
Laughter rang out and there was even the odd round of applause.
Australians have the chance for a relatively rare glimpse of some of the most important documents in the country's history.
Cockroaches and water leaks are just some of the problems experts say people invite by not taking proper care of their coffee machines.
An encounter with the kangaroos on the lawns of Government House in Canberra seems par for the course for any visiting royal. But do the British royals have something else up their sleeve for their rest day in Canberra on Monday?
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George have arrived at Government House in Canberra for a day of rest in the national capital.
He was quick to anger, hard to talk to. The war changed him, his family said. Yet as he neared death, Marele Day's father finally found peace.
There's one tag Lucas Meserve will never snip from his outdoor gear. It's light green and has a nine-digit ''baacode''.
Almost 100 years after Gallipoli, mystery still shrouds the identity of one of the soldiers to die on the first day of the landings.
Dozens of young greyhounds are still being exported to Macau's Canidrome racetrack where they face mistreatment and death, despite the racing industry's peak body banning the export of the dogs.
Catholics are in power this Easter, with the highest proportion of ministers of that faith occupying senior positions in a Coalition government.
It was a practical way for children of different backgrounds to explore each other's culture and religion.
Everyone forgets things - even premiers. But those middle-aged memory lapses do not necessarily presage the onset of dementia.
Almost 100 years after Gallipoli, mystery still shrouds the identity of one of the soldiers killed on the first day of the landings.
A Canberra researcher believes an effective treatment for shin splints - the painful condition that plagues runners - may be within reach.
Is this game on for Tassie's forests? Andrew Darby clears the wood from the trees.
Pressure is mounting on Australian pharmacists to stop selling homeopathic products.
Fears about Facebook stem from stories far older than the internet.
What colour is the princess wearing? Who snatched a picture of themselves with the future monarch? Not now. April 1983. They weren't called selfies then.
Ever walked into a room and forgotten why? You are not alone. Many middle-aged people are convinced they are showing signs of early dementia when in fact they are just showing signs of, well, middle age.
Australian teenager Alyssa Azar is determined to continue her climb of Everest despite the massive avalanche that has killed 12 people on the world's highest peak.
Clive Small, who led the investigation, recalls the painstaking work that led police to Ivan Milat.
As the centenary of the Anzac campaign looms, its setting is in danger of being loved to death - but it wasn't always that way, writes Tony Wright.
Joe Hockey wants Australians to work until they're 70.
Anna Bligh has a challenge for Australian men: if you think your mates might be hitting their wives or girlfriends, tell them: ''I don't want to be your friend if you're doing this kind of stuff.''
Hanifi Araz, a big man from the city of Canakkale across the Dardanelles from the Gallipoli Peninsula, saw the future in the early 1980s, and he wanted to be part of it.
A throw-back to old-fashioned courtesies helps bring down a premier.
It's a story Jack tells often. There they are, standing at a tram stop in Albert Park, when the well-dressed young man next to him notices his Rats of Tobruk badge. ''Who are they? A pop group?'' he asks.
It was a day of many firsts for Catherine on Good Friday. Not only did she present a speech and publicly tease her husband about his receding hairline, but she also wore a dress designed by Australians.
Locals have long believed Manly the centre of the universe. Suspicions were confirmed on Thursday when Manly boy Mike Baird landed the second leg of the leadership double with the other local hero, Tony Abbott. On Friday, Manly received Royal Assent.
When the country came to town, it met the royals. And the royals met plenty of sheep. In keeping with a long tradition of royal tours to Australia, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the Royal Easter Show on Good Friday morning.
The political attack on ICAC has begun.
A rapist, who easily removed his electronic monitoring anklet on Wednesday, was able to go undetected for 45 minutes until police were notified.
While many in our nation solemnly marked Good Friday, residents of Manly in NSW (and quite a few thousand tourists) were doing what they do best - hanging out on the beach - when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wandered on to the sand opposite the Manly Pacific Hotel.
Australia's 160,000 federal public servants are facing an assault on their traditional 7.5-hour working day as the Coalition pursues its tough policies on pay and conditions.
Research by a team of Australian scientists has lead to a startling conclusion: beards could be about to go out of fashion.
Jill Meagher's widowed husband has broken his silence to support abused women, warning against "ingrained sexism" and the "monster myth" around men who commit appalling crimes.
They are lurking in your bedroom, kitchen and lounge room and have the ability to break your bones and even kill.
Newly commissioned NSW Premier Mike Baird has foreshadowed changes to the way lobbyists operate in the state, declaring people are ''incredibly disappointed and shocked'' at what has unfolded before the Independent Commission Against Corruption in recent weeks.
The unmanned underwater vehicle searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 in the southern Indian Ocean is expected to analyse data from its third trip on Thursday morning.
ABC wins permission from Chinese government to have its Australia Network content made available to the entire Chinese population.
The world's most iconic couple landed in Australia's icon central when they started their nine-day national tour.
If only a fortuitous nod to the bright Australian sunshine, it was certainly a well-planned nod to the Australian national colours as the Duchess of Cambridge made an unmissable arrival at Sydney airport wearing vivid yellow.
The ABC has won permission from the Chinese government to have Australia Network content made available to the entire Chinese population - the most extensive access given to any Western broadcaster.
Young monarchists handed out flags under the clear sky, so many that a team was dispatched to source more. The sun shone bright enough to scorch their pale skin.
The world's most recognised couple landed in Australia's most photogenic city to start their nine-day national tour.
Cashed-up Asian visitors are changing the face of shopping in Melbourne, with a revival capped off this week with the opening of Emporium Melbourne.
Former New South Wales premier Bob Carr says the resignation of Barry O?Farrell is a warning to all of the state?s politicians that the Independent Commission Against Corruption is ?ready to judge your behaviour?.
One of the world's expert wreck hunters believes searchers for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane have pinpointed the crash site and that the recovery of the black boxes is inevitable.
A small business that makes muesli has debunked claims from some of the food industry's biggest companies that a new star-rating system will be too costly and impractical.
When the Herald reported on the trip to Australia of Prince Charles, Lady Diana and Prince William in April 1983, it was with much the same sentiment that befits the son's visit, 31 years later: ''The main fear here is that the royal couple are going to get loved to death.''
Some people are fond of making flamboyant fashion statements, but Sian Parany feels best blending in.
An internal audit reveals Lend Lease has recorded more than 60 serious safety breaches in a year which have put builders at risk of electrocution, fire, falls from height and falling objects.
AC/DC are as good an example of the changing face of Australia in the second half of the 20th century as any restaurant, coffee bar or car dealer's yard.
An autonomous underwater vehicle tasked with scouring the sea floor for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 has hit a hurdle on its first mission and returned to the surface.
While not without its problems, the National Disability Insurance Scheme has thrown some Victorians a lifeline. Kathy Evans reports.
As the search moves to the ocean floor, the best hope of finding the final resting place of flight MH370 now falls on four possible black box signals, the new discovery of an oil slick and a slow-moving robot.
More than 400 federal public servants are languishing in employment limbo after they lost their jobs but were kept on the government payroll.
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