The Australian Daily News - September 18 (11:00 pm)

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'They came to fight': Cops blast CBD violence

Police condemn 'angry young men' after 10 officers were hospitalised and 235 arrests made amid shocking scenes in Melbourne.

‘Operation Hookless’: Defence pact kept under the radar

The covert negotiations that hatched a historic military union have been compared to a scene from a John le Carre novel.

Keneally conundrum leaves Albo on low road to oblivion

The brawl over the future of Kristina Keneally has exposed party hypocrisy and a lack of transparency on a grand scale as its ‘faceless men’ blow a golden chance.

Australia submarine pact targets China’s weakness

Australia’s decision to build nuclear-powered submarines with US technology could form a vast defence network to help deter Beijing from expansionism.

Wild ride ahead on our enemy and benefactor

The ‘China miracle’ may be self-destructing, but we can stick with it or go back to something akin to an ‘Argentinian ­future’.

Psychiatrists take a cautious turn on youth gender clinics

Psychiatrists have been alerted to the ethical and legal risks of medicalised gender change for young people and the lack of good ­evidence on whether it helps or harms.

Queensland – beautiful one day, crazy the next

Desperate to catch up with Victoria and WA on their mess of euthanasia laws, Queensland is in a class of its own for outrageousness.

Time’s Up: behind the unravelling

In less than four years, #MeToo’s advocacy offshoot Time’s Up is in crisis, with survivors and activists denouncing it as harmful, a vile PR stunt and ‘patriarchy with a dress on.’ What went wrong?

Rural MPs a threat to Marshall rule

The SA Marshall Liberal government threatens to unravel as up to four country MPs ­con­sider running as independents.

Trying times over as Wallabies make a statement

Dave Rennie’s men broke a 10-year drought and kept their Rugby Championship hopes alive in front of a packed house.

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