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Soft opening for the ASX on Monday
Weak US and European markets coupled with a drop in oil will drive the ASX lower on Monday.

Qantas beefs up security in Philippines over terror fears

Young drivers in danger: First month of P-plates the riskiest, research shows

A Utopia moment in foreign affairs when life imitates art

Superquiz: Sunday July 23

Aboriginal leader Yami Lester dies at 75

Return of the 'big dry' points to active and early fire season across the south

Good Weekend Superquiz and Target, Saturday July 22

Australian solider arrested in Victoria for child pornography

Stocks of interest on the ASX this week
Stocks of interest on the ASX this week

'Unprecedented': Draft marine park plans point to reduced protections

Copper miner OZ Minerals looks for new CFO
OZ Minerals is looking for a new chief financial officer after Luke Anderson announced his intention to leave at the end of September.

Bankwest follows rival banks, raises rates
Commonwealth Bank-owned Bankwest has followed the big lenders by raising its home loan rates for interest-only mortgages.

Census 2016: How well do you know your suburb? Take the quiz

Fortescue may appeal Fed Court ruling
Fortescue Metals is considering its options on a Federal Court ruling that recognised a native title claim to land on which Fortescue mines.

Optus to break Telstra 'stranglehold': Lew
Australias second largest mobile provider is investing $1 billion in regional coverage to create an alternative nationally distributed mobile network.

Primary Health shares defy $575m writedown
Shares in Primary Health Care finished higher on Friday, defying a $575m write down in the value of its medical centre bulk billing division.

Stocks to watch on Friday at noon
Stocks of interest on the Australian share market on Friday.

International markets roundup
News from the worlds major stock markets

Profit-takers push Aust market lower
The Australian share market has closed lower as investors took profits and mining and energy stocks were also weighed down by lower commodity prices.

'A unique gift': National Archives hands back priceless Japanese records

Superquiz and Target, Friday July 21

Police investigating after former Don Dale inmate Dylan Voller picture with 'toy' gun emerges

Aust industry 'a bit of a tragedy': Gupta
British billionaire and new Arrium owner Sanjeev Gupta says Australia is not fulfilling its industrial potential.

It All Adds Up podcast: Are kids a luxury or a social necessity?

Commercial networks want out of kids' TV
Commercial broadcasters want to scrap their kids shows, with dwindling ratings and restrictive advertising making programs difficult to make money from.

Pilot, 72, charged over plot to fly light plane with $255m of ice from US: police

ACCC calls time on broadband speeds
The ACCC plans to prosecute broadband companies that dont deliver the internet speeds they promise.

Full-time jobs boost lifts recovery hopes
Economists say the strongest back-to-back monthly rise in full-time employment in 29 years gives hope jobs growth is setting in.

Woodside's output and revenue slip
Woodside Petroleums production dropped in the June quarter following outages at facilities and lower share of pipeline gas.

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