article 23 February 2015 World, Australia
Mohamed Fahmy, Peter Greste and Baher Mohammad (Reuters)
Jonathan Miller by Al Jazeera in Egypt: the inside story

A Channel 4 News investigation raises questions about whether the Qatar-based network did enough to protect its staff in Egypt.

article 20 February 2015 World, Australia
Twin cyclones: Marcia and Lam hit Australia - video

Homes are damaged and power lines are downed as a powerful cyclone smashed into northeastern Australia, packing winds of up to 285 kilometres (180 miles) an hour.

post 19 February 2015
Read more on Liam's blog Two severe tropical cyclones to hit Australia at the same time

During the next 6-12 hours, two severe tropical cyclones, Lam and Marcia, are going to make landfall in northern Australia.

article 01 February 2015 UK, Australia
Jordan Jarrett-Bryan by Murray has the ability but must win the mental battle

Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic are without doubt not only two of the best tennis players in the world but athletes. The skill and technique the world was invited to watch today was phenomenal.

article 01 February 2015 World, Australia
Djokovic beats Murray to claim fifth Australian Open title

Novak Djokovic beats British number one Andy Murray in the Australian Open final by three sets to one, becoming only the second man to win five titles.

article 30 January 2015 UK, Australia
Does live TV aid terrorists?

Scotland Yard has asked TV stations not to "expose tactics" by broadcasting live images in the middle of a terrorist siege. Are such fears founded? Channel 4 News weighs up the arguments.

post 26 January 2015
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog 'National revolt' in Australia as Prince Philip awarded knighthood

Online, Tony Abbott's decision has been treated with a large dollop of incredulity. It has been likened to an April Fool's Day prank.

article 09 January 2015 Australia
French intervention police in Paris (Reuters)
Can any security service stop terror attacks?

Australia, Britain and France have been hit by terrorists previously known to the authorities. Are the security services letting us down, or do we have unrealistic expectations of what they can do?

video 04 January 2015 World, Australia

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Bushfire continues to ravage southern Australia - video

At least 12 homes have been lost with many more feared destroyed after bushfires in southern Australia. Cooler conditions on Sunday helped more than 800 firefighters trying to contain the fires.

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