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UoA's School of Law students outperform their colleagues from international major universities.
Benedict Cumberbatch cracks on stage before making a despairing plea.
Son of business mogul pleads not guilty to assault.
The Hellenic Club of Canberra is getting behind Aspen Island Theatre Company's presentation of the Public Theatre in Civic Square this month.
The room was a buzz with people wishing to do their part to assist Greece with humanitarian crisis.
Attention moves to next actions.
Lucky escape for Harry Tavlaridis, fresh from completing Athens marathon.
Organisations counter-propose desexing and returning cats to their home territories.
"No religious tradition should be blamed," they stress in wake of Paris and other attacks.
One of Aristophanes' most famous comedies becomes the foundation for new controversial film, Chi-raq.
Sinodinos warns tax and other reforms should be seen as fair.
PM to seek consensus at meeting of party leaders.
Finding paves way for centuries old mystery.
Climbs to the fourth spot at the table, with four wins from six games.
Travis Durden solidifies fiction and myth.
At the FECCA biennial conference in Sydney.
2,000 year old ruins uncovered by archaeologists could lead to more in the area.
Member for Calwell Maria Vamvakinou responds to the Paris attacks and warns against tarring all Muslims with the same brush.