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Cream bassist Jack Bruce dies   - 3 Hours ago
(CNN) -- Jack Bruce, bassist for the legendary 1960s rock band Cream, died Saturday at age 71. Bruce's family confirmed the death of the Scottish musician on his official website and Facebook page.
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Parties chase voters' hearts and dollars in election race   - 6 Hours ago
Within days of being the star turn at a $5000-a-head Liberals dinner for the Queensland state election, John Howard was selling tickets at $20 a pop for NSW Liberal MP Matt Kean's Hornsby fund-raiser
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Top 10 television bars: switch on, sit back and drink up   - 5 Hours ago
From Moe's to McLaren's Pub, for pick ups or put downs, the small screen offers a bar for every mood. Scott Ellis samples a few. Spending too much time in a pub or a bar probably isn't the healthiest
  
    



Share race: Boart catapults laggard into top spot   - 5 Hours ago
By Oct. 26, 2014, 12:15 a.m. Amid the wildest market swings this year fund manager John Aldersley leapt from seventh to top spot, with one week of our race to go. Yours truly was dispatched to fourth
  
    



Ben Lawson has the 'all-American look' for Modern Family   - 6 Hours ago
The Australian actor Ben Lawson has a strong suspicion about why he was given the role as one half of "the perfect all-American couple" in the episode of Modern Family being shown on Sunday, October 26,
  
    



Sunday Explainer: how a paralysed man walked again   - 5 Hours ago
A paralysed man has begun to walk again after pioneering surgery injected cells from his nasal cavity into his spine. How was this possible - and what does it mean for others with spinal injury? Kate
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CDC logs on to fighting Ebola   - 6 Hours ago
Half a million Ebola cases by January - the Atlanta-based Centre for Disease Control made that prediction based on computer modelling six weeks ago. It's a fluid situation. The data wasn't complete,
  
    



Columnist Andrew Hornery confesses he is addicted to unreality   - 6 Hours ago
People, it's time to get a grip on reality - the television genre, that is. Over the past fortnight everyone from the weekly trashies to the breakfast television and radio brigades have been in a lather
  
    



Should we book ahead in French villages?   - 6 Hours ago
On tour: The French countryside near Tours.  Photo: iStock The Tripologist with Michael Gebicki WE INTEND SPENDING THREE TO FOUR WEEKS DRIVING FROM PARIS TO FLORENCE AND WOULD LIKE TO VISIT INTERESTING
  
    


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Great ideas needed to fulfil Gough Whitlam's vision   - 6 Hours ago
Under the banner "It's Time", Gough Whitlam came to power as a one-man liberating army with a reform program so vast it was almost omnivorous. But it came down to one thing: making all Australians feel
  
    



Rome's five best tours: Living history   - 5 Hours ago
Rome is a living, breathing museum, an archaeological archive of Western culture. Rome is a living, breathing museum, an archaeological archive of Western culture. As you walk the city's cobblestone streets
  
    



Where should I get a GPS for driving in England?   - 6 Hours ago
On the road: York city walls and York Minster.  Photo: iStock The Tripologist with Michael Gebicki I'M PLANNING A FOUR-WEEK ROAD TRIP AROUND ENGLAND. HIRE COMPANIES SEEM TO CHARGE MORE FOR HIRING A
  
    


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Alevtyna Titarenko rings the changes with Cirque du Soleil   - 6 Hours ago
Cirque du Soleil star Alevtyna Titarenko and her talented castmates are set to thrill Sydney when their show Totem opens on Tuesday. Cirque du Soleil star Alevtyna Titarenko and her talented castmates
  
    



Simon Pegg leaves Shaun for dead as he joins Hector's search for happiness   - 6 Hours ago
His latest film has been called simple-minded, but Simon Pegg insists it's the critics calling it that who are missing the point. Movie session timesFull movies coverage Simon Pegg is on a roll. Suddenly,
  
    



Great running movies to inspire feats (and feet) of glory   - 6 Hours ago
The great running movies show individuals striving to overcome adversity and their grace in achieving it. More Big Picture columns Movie session times Full movies coverage If watching running movies
  
    



Kayaking holiday in Croatia: Paddle in paradise   - 5 Hours ago
Slice of paradise: Uvala Dubac cove. Photo: Louise Southerden Paddling in to a beach for a swim, the Velebit mountains in the background Photo: Louise outherden Kayaks and campsite on Prison Island.
  
    



Author Blanche d'Alpuget shares `Books that changed me'   - 5 Hours ago
This selection of books has temptation for every reader. There must be at least one you haven't read. BOOKS THAT CHANGED ME Blanche d'Alpuget is the author of a dozen books including the biography
  
    



Top ten reasons to love travelling in Europe   - 5 Hours ago
You may be able to book a cheaper holiday, but nothing compares with the variety and fascinating wealth of Europe. Europe is a long, long way away. It takes the best part of a day to fly to, playing
  
    



Train travel in Europe: Let the world pass you by   - 5 Hours ago
If convenience, reliability and cost aren’t enough to make you take to the rails in Europe, the passing scenery will surely win you over. Picture the scene: you loll in a comfortable seat, legs outstretched,
  
    



Brother, can you spare some rupees? Marathon runners lost, forced to beg for fare   - 7 Hours ago
For professional runners on the international long-distance circuit, a marathon in the city of Bangalore must have seemed like a good idea at the time. And why not? The city of 9 million people is,
  
    



Medibank a short-term shot   - 6 Hours ago
Demand is high and if some past floats are a guide, there could be a windfall in the offing. Investors who participate in the sharemarket listing of Medibank Private could receive an early Christmas
  
    



Numbers give thumbs up to nurse-led walk-in centres   - 6 Hours ago
The ACT government has revealed there have been more than 9300 presentations at the new Belconnen and Tuggeranong nurse-led walk-in centres since opening in June. ACT Chief Minister and Minister for
  
    



Australia staring at heavy first Test defeat to Pakistan   - 5 Hours ago
Australia 4-59 (Pakistan lead by 378) DUBAI: Australia are staring at a heavy loss in the first Test against Pakistan after the re-emergence of their woes against spin, their hopes of regaining the No.1
  
    



Cycling the Blue Danube: Go with the flow   - 5 Hours ago
Richard Tulloch rides the Blue Danube cycle route. We cyclists hate stopping. When you stop pedalling a bike, it starts to wobble, then topples over. It takes far more effort to get a bike moving than
  
    



Palmer's softer line increases government hopes on direct action climate change   - 5 Hours ago
By Oct. 26, 2014, 12:34 a.m. Senior Abbott government members are increasingly confident a deal to pass its direct action climate change policy will be reached before Christmas after Clive Palmer appeared
  
    
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