The Age - 27 May 2015

Table of content - The Age (27 May 2015)

‘ I bear no grudges and I have no regrets. I have achieved some amazing football highs with some wonderful people and endured tough times with great support.’
Family of IS fighter tries to come home
A BETTER PILL
Labor to bring bill for gay marriage
Odd Spot
Weather
APRA starts to win housing fight
Greg Baum
Caroline Wilson
Theophanous pushes cause to advantage gas industry
Pyne’s mandatory maths scheme doesn’t add up
Scientists create unfrog-ettable app for species spotting
Reading and ‘screens’ blamed for myopia
Pyne’s mandatory maths scheme doesn’t add up
Tech schools promise won’t save Hamilton
Plan could oust school Ministries
Push for landlords’ right to enter homes slammed
Reading and ‘screens’ blamed for myopia
Cabinet revolt over citizenship plan
Family of IS fighter tries to come home
Abbott’s citizenship-stripping plan fatally flawed
Alleged terror teen charged with third offence
Terror accused ‘wrote plans for death’ hours before raid
Police consider raids’ strain on links
Man accused of aiding militant groups faces fresh charges
Drug prices to fall under PBS changes
Recognition impasse tackled
ALP to bring same-sex marriage vote
Comment — Mick Dodson,
Small business is big business for evangelical minister Bruce Billson
Driver stood down for ignoring signals
Missed messages
Napthine’s $15m ad transport spend a dud quickly forgotten
Extinction threat as suburbs expand
Ex-bishop is named in priest shuffle
Bullying claims investigation weakens Labor in the upper house
Coke Life launch fizzes
Kidnapped hen home
New parole chief named
Good Samaritan rewarded with a punch in the face
Thousands live off less than $10 a day
RSPCA to pay $1.4 million after 131 cattle shot with ‘indecent haste’
Deadly side effects of mental illness
Bottle shops linked to assaults, injuries
Education Department funds paid for wife’s credit card debts, inquiry told
Bullying experiences sought
Award-winning artist on a Rolls
Batty backs move for special leave
Depp departs for party duty, following the dogs
Mine fire inquiry takes another look
Award-winning artist on a Rolls
Prize deadline pays off for emerging crime novelist
‘What a man, what a life’ – festival to celebrate Gulpilil
Entrepreneur floats Humphrey B. Bear return, perhaps as a talking cartoon
A Mars space race mooted as the cure for innovation blues
Sights set on greater naval presence
‘Superhero’ PM comes back down to earth as growth stalls
Wife barred from closed trial for US journalist
Race to reach deal on NSA surveillance legislation
Eruption threatens rare pink iguanas
Russia closes border to German critic
Give asylum seekers proper assessments
Returning to ritual a way of avoiding issues
Blindly following US
We need guarantees
Defining qualities
Pulling wool over congregations’ eyes
Compensate all the victims
Little to celebrate
And still they don’t understand
Brotherly assistance goes by wayside
The spoilt brat
Laughable justification
Is RACV there for us?
MPs represent us
Exacerbating poverty
AND ANOTHER THING . . .
First is troublesome
RODNEY SYME
Cracking code of silence
Told what to think
Case of triple dipping?
Racist constitution does not reflect who we are
APRA winning housing fight
Fortescue won’t be playing prey
Get ready for tax time with our tips
Future focus
Michael Pascoe
— Miner’s Singapore tax hub
No kiss-and-tell tales from Gonski
ASIC’s six year delay queried
Greener, leaner cheaper AGL lights up market
Stagnant sales challenge new Cochlear chief
Balancing act as growth harder to find in tough market
Aristocrat hunts more tech deals
Tax reform shaky, say KPMG bosses
Rising star rejects quota promotion
Fortescue has Singapore hub
Boasteel boost for Fortescue
Fighting on
Iron ore jumps to $US60
Cartier to shift lap of luxury to premises across the street
Office demand grows on offshore money
Gentrified suburbs boost once-tired retail strips
Investors set to approve Novion tie-up
Cabrini takes top-floor lease for five years
Vincent leads charge on leasehold hotels
Uniqlo expands Australian chain
Press Club building up for sale
SALES
LEASES
Theatre to make way for 158 apartments
MOVERS
Peter Scanlon’s new venture for the rich-listers
Contest for Chinese visitors ‘heating up’
Debt billions may now wait until 2045
Rebounds for banks and miner Fortescue drive ASX higher
OzForex share price loses gains
Buying banks not the safest bet
ANZ joint venture beats rivals into $18 billion ETF market
Cobley to head to Westpac
Malone move to create new US cable giant
Uber closes in on its last frontier: airport customers
Falcons falter while Audis ascend
Fortescue won’t play prey, but might seek a junior partner
Paedophile priests are criminals, not sinners
Any assisted suicide law would be too easy to abuse
You will see: Time is the new black
SUPERQUIZ
Gallery director pursuing change
Cultural guise of Ned Kelly
OSLO
TOMORROW
Black and white reversed in sepia
You will see: Time is the new black
Powerful sculpture a tribute to stories of survival
Vivid Live opening drenches the senses
TOMORROW
ONLINE
Will NSW maintain its winning streak?
CRYPTIC
QUICK
SUDOKU
LETTER GAMES
TARGET
KENKEN
Yesterday’s quick
Yesterday’s cryptic
WORDWIT
Tall and brassy, Meara seemed born to make an audience smile
From German V-2s to a US shot at the moon
Today’s birthday
ON THIS DAY MAY 27
Faith
Rockets hit back to trail 1-3
Hayes in bid on quarantine
Star Vixen faces knee operation
Real sack Ancelotti
Norwich promoted
Roma edge derby
Kokkinakis to turn up heat on Tomic
Bayliss was ‘driven by NSW snub’
Warne backs choice of coach
Stokes hailed in stunning England win
Farah urges NSW to come out firing
What you need to know for Origin I
Game is now on for clubs’ run at top-eight spots
Minson out for four matches
HOW THE EIGHT STANDS
Booing Goodes disappointing: Long
Racism still an issue in AFL: report
Winderlich inching closer to return for Essendon
Tiger and Don look forward to Dreamtime
Barker’s tale is one of perseverance
Coach did not criticise his players
WHAT THEY SAID
Mick’s parting words
Frosty relationships aside, veteran coach could be fearless media talent
Possible candidates for Carlton’s next senior coach
Carlton, where ‘list’ means ‘about to fall over in a heap’
Barker’s tale is one of perseverance
Frosty relationships aside, veteran coach could be fearless media talent
WHAT THEY SAID
Crow fury over Betts claims
After 30 years, the game finally catches up with and conquers Malthouse
APRIL 18
MARCH 20
APRIL 11
APRIL 15
Mick risked losing his payout
Malthouse: the bitter ending
After 30 years, the game finally catches up with and conquers Malthouse
MAY 26
MAY 25
MAY 21
MAY 10
MAY 22
APRIL 22
Malthouse: the bitter end
Mick risked losing his Blues payout
Bulldog blow
Advancing Australians
England’s new man
The tax time clock is ticking
Gaudy jewels stage a comeback
How to give your grandkids the best start
Finally, better times on the way for savers
Legally beating the taxman
Falling foul of the rules
Expenses targeted
ACTION PLAN
Legally beating the taxman
Light at end of the tunnel for savers
Small- business breaks
Gaudy but glamorous
An SMSF requires time and effort
When it’s wrong to compare
Gaudy but glamorous
Numbers you need
Seductive strategies
What to do with South32?
Amateur investors need to look offshore for fund growth options
HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES OF GETTING A LIMIT INCREASE
Seductive strategies
The downside of the boom in dividends
Amateur investors need to look offshore for fund growth options
Ask Noel
How can I best invest for the grandkids?
Banks likely to weather the storm

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