Sydney Morning Herald
- Prisoners riot at Metropolitan Remand Centre in Ravenhall - June 30, 2015
Police are using tear gas as prisoners are believed to be forcing their way into the control room and trying to break through a front door at the Metropolitan Remand Centre in Ravenhall, 20 kilometres west of Melbourne.
- Aboriginal children placed with drug-dealing carers, Royal Commission hears - June 30, 2015
Aboriginal children are being removed from their families and placed with drug dealing carers who are demanding that their parents pay to see them, the Royal Commission into child sex abuse has heard.
- Dozens feared dead after Indonesian air force transport plane crashes in city of Medan - June 30, 2015
Dozens of people are feared dead after an Indonesian military transport plane crashed into a hotel and residential area in the northern Sumatra city of Medan.
- Wimbledon 2015: Casey Dellacqua joins Sam Stosur in second round - June 30, 2015
Casey Dellacqua has joined Sam Stosur in the second round of Wimbledon after breezing past Austrian Tamira Paszek in straight sets.
- State of Origin: Hell will be unleashed in first 20 minutes of the decider - June 30, 2015
Strap yourselves in Blues, you have never experienced anything like an Origin decider in Brisbane.
- SANZAR dismisses Brumbies winger Henry Speight's appeal - June 30, 2015
ACT Brumbies winger Henry Speight will miss the Wallabies' first two games of the Rugby Championship after his appeal against a five-week ban was dismissed on Tuesday.
- South Sydney Rabbitohs centre Kirisome Auva'a cleared to return after domestic violence ban - June 30, 2015
South Sydney centre Kirisome Auva'a has been cleared by the NRL to return to rugby league this weekend, in the wake of his ban over a domestic violence issue.Auva'a has been named in the Rabbitohs' NSW Cup feeder side North Sydney to play Mount Pritchard at North Sydney Oval on [...]
- 'We refuse to accept it': Greece set to sue as it faces euro exit - June 30, 2015
Greece is threatening to sue the EU institutions and seek a court injunction to block the country's expulsion from the euro and stop a suffocation of the banking system.
- It's the principle that stops refugees from facing harm. So why is it absent from Labor's platform? - June 30, 2015
Federal Labor has dropped any reference to non-refoulement, the principle which protects refugees from being returned to a country where they face harm, from its draft national platform.
- Low-profile packs key in Super Rugby final - June 30, 2015
They boast backlines to envy but the Hurricanes and Highlanders both reckon their less-heralded forward packs hold the key to victory in the Super Rugby final.
- Idris Elba shoots down suggestion he will be the first black James Bond - June 30, 2015
There are many contenders to play 007 after Daniel Craig but Luther star Idris Elba says mention of his name is speculation.
- MRP was wrong, not just careless on Buddy, Tippett bans - June 30, 2015
Swans pair Buddy Franklin and Kurt Tippett got off lightly when intent was carelessly mistaken. One week for each was wrong.
- Joel Selwood and Geelong's bloody problem that won't go away - June 30, 2015
Geelong's captain needs to take measures to keep him on the ground.
- Solidarity keeps some tourists in Tunisia after terrorist attack - June 30, 2015
The hotel is now a crime scene, its gates from the beach padlocked, but a handful of guests who have chosen to continue their stay remain inside.
- Bulldogs halfback Trent Hodkinson likely to choose a new club before State of Origin III - June 30, 2015
Trent Hodkinson is likely to head into Origin III with his club future decided, the NSW halfback all but resigned to be leaving Canterbury at the end of the season.
- State of Origin 2015: Halves options will settle Johnathan Thurston - June 30, 2015
No matter how the halves combinations play out for Queensland next week, Origin III is likely to be a more settled one for Johnathan Thurston.
- Greek crisis leads to spike in travellers buying euros for holidays - June 30, 2015
Australians heading to Europe are cashing up and putting more on their travel money cards as ATMs run out of cash.
- China not fit for global leadership, says top Canberra official Michael Thawley - June 30, 2015
Australia's top public servant has dismissed any prospect of China leading the world, saying the economic giant is neither willing nor able to solve global problems.
- Top government official offers clear view of how Tony Abbott sees the world - June 30, 2015
Michael Thawley's seven minutes of analysis, delivered from hand-written notes at a high-level Canberra forum, reflect his considered personal views.
- Zadie Smith joins French director Claire Denis on movie space adventure - June 30, 2015
Zadie Smith's work extends to literary journalism, novel writing and cultural analysis and now she has taken up her first screenwriting project with French director Claire Denis.