Reducing Australia's per-capita alcohol consumption by just one litre a year would drive a significant reduction in head, neck and liver cancer deaths.
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David Wroe, National Security Correspondent The Turnbull government has developed detailed plans to manage the return of as many as 70 children of Australian foreign fighters who may come home from the Middle East.
Helen Pitt Most days the Lady Herron ferry passes the Sydney Opera House en route to its signature destination of the Taronga Park Zoo, the ferry driver toots the horn. Regulars on the ferry service joke the driver is saying hello to the Opera House CEO Louise Herron, whose great aunt was the Governor's wife for whom the ferry is named.
Mark Kenny National Affairs Editor Australia will fall dramatically short of its Paris carbon reduction targets signed under Tony Abbott, unless it vastly increases its renewable energy usage to levels even higher than Labor's plan for 50 per cent renewables by 2030. The first assessment by the Australia Institute's Climate and Energy Program has found that unless the government wants to place a higher burden on other sectors of the economy - in particular, agriculture, transport and industrial manufacturing - then the electricity sector will need a renewable energy target of at least 66 per cent by 2030, and as high as 75 per cent. Assuming the government were to favour the least-cost option, that calls for a reduction in carbon emissions from energy of 40 to 55 per cent in the next dozen years.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor An open letter to more than half a million international students in Australia will urge them to check their pay packets to ensure they are being paid enough.
Andrew Webster There's a million ways and maybe more into the magical bedtime story that is the Cowboys' tilt at this year's premiership.
Kate Aubusson Australia has large untapped pool of potential deceased organ donors that could save the lives of hundreds of patients waiting on transplant lists, new research suggests.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent The recent case of a terrorist bomb kit allegedly being airmailed from Turkey to Sydney has prompted a major rethink of border security, a top official has said
Jenna Clarke, Sarah Muller Sydneysiders can soon breathe a sigh of relief as the weekend's heatwave will give way to milder spring days.