Sydney Morning Herald
- Pimco loses biggest bond mutual fund title after investors pull another $US5.6b - May 4, 2015
Two years of client withdrawals at Pacific Investment Management Co's flagship have cost it the title of the world's biggest bond mutual fund.
- Sydney weather: fog shrouds city before the sun finally emerges - May 4, 2015
Large parts of Sydney were shrouded in thick fog on Tuesday morning, reducing visibility to just 100 metres in some suburbs.
- Wall Street ends higher on upbeat earnings - May 4, 2015
Wall Street ended higher on Monday as corporate earnings came in better than feared, although shares of McDonald's declined after the fast-food chain's turnaround plan left investors wanting more.
- Australian Twitter user encouraged Islamic State fighters to attack prophet Mohammad cartoon contest in Texas: report - May 4, 2015
A Twitter account held by an Australian from Melbourne that was one of several used on social media to call for an attack on an anti-Islam event in Texas has been suspended. The tweets were made before two men were killed by police as they opened fire outside the event in Dallas.
- Royal baby: Kate Middleton and Prince William name child Charlotte Elizabeth Diana - May 4, 2015
The new Princess of Cambridge has been given a name that is a nod to history and to the 'people's princess'.
- Royal baby name revealed: How the internet reacted to Charlotte Elizabeth Diana - May 4, 2015
Proving that you don't have to name your baby Apple or North West to get a big public reaction, the name chosen by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, for their new baby set the internet abuzz.
- Sweden warns of Cold War cat-and-mouse game with Russia - May 4, 2015
A daily game of Cold War cat-and-mouse is ratcheting up tensions in the Baltic and drawing the biggest military presence into the region for over 20 years, Swedish military officials say.
- World reluctant to point finger at China's encroachment on strategic islands - May 4, 2015
One of the most worrisome scenarios of recent years has been that China might use its growing might to simply take territory claimed by other nations, daring them to stop it.
- Westpac imposes tougher borrowing rules on property investors - May 4, 2015
Westpac will apply tougher tests to new property investor borrowers when assessing how they would cope with higher interest rates.
- Seven things my toddler taught me about home - May 4, 2015
My standards at home were never that high but having a two-year-old has taught me to be cool with chaos. I've even picked up a few home-styling tips from the little one.
- $21m cocaine stash found in Aldi bananas - May 4, 2015
More than 15 million euros ($A21 million) worth of cocaine has turned up in boxes of bananas delivered to Aldi supermarkets in and around Berlin, police say.
- Sean Penn lists Malibu home for $8.4 million - May 4, 2015
The ranch-style design features five bedrooms, a swimming pool and guesthouse.
- Bali 9 executions: AFP officer Mike Phelan's 10 agonising years - May 4, 2015
It was a measured, clinical performance. Then, suddenly, his eyes grew glassy, his voice pained
- Russia's new Armata tank makes debut - May 4, 2015
Russia's new Armata tank appeared in public for the first time Monday, rumbling down a broad Moscow avenue on its way to Red Square for the final rehearsal of the Victory Day parade.
- Q&A recap: controversial thinker Peter Singer sparks debate on wisdom of funding guide dogs - May 4, 2015
With one of the world's most controversial thinkers on hand, Monday night's Q&A was bound to offer some curly conundrums. And so it was that Peter Singer came to the panel offering guidance on the following; how many slices of cake to eat at a kid's birthday party; guide dogs - go [...]
- Christopher Pyne fixes his way into Gold Logie winner Carrie Bickmore's dreams - May 4, 2015
Gold Logie winner Carrie Bickmore had Education Minister Christopher Pyne's face on her mind during childbirth.
- Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson will run for US president, with Mike Huckabee not far behind - May 4, 2015
For the US Republican Party, the presidential candidates keep on coming.
- Magazine printed using ink infused with HIV-positive blood - May 4, 2015
'By holding the issue, readers are immediately breaking the taboo.'
- West Sydney residents hold vigil to remember 34 domestic violence victims and call for action - May 4, 2015
Candlelight bounced off the sombre faces of west Sydney locals on Monday night as they gathered to remember victims of domestic violence, and the death of one woman close to home.
- Migrant workers in slave-like conditions, ABC's Four Corners reports - May 4, 2015
Food supplied to Australia's biggest supermarkets and fast food chains is being processed or picked by migrant workers in slave-like conditions, it has been reported.