Mass flight cancellations in Australia

Passengers are in for a world of waiting this weekend as Jetstar pilots and ground staff walk off the job, starting today.

Published on 12-12-2019

Govt announces $11M boost for aerial firefighting

The government is set to announce a funding boost for aerial firefighting as crews struggle to deal with the bushfire crisis this summer. Funding for the National Aerial Firefighting Centre will be increased by $11 million - from $14.9 million to nearly $26 million. The centre will be given free rein on how to spend the money, which will be sent to the organisation as a grant immediately. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 11-12-2019

Facebook responsible for up to 12 million reports of child sex abuse material

Facebook has been responsible for nearly 12 million worldwide reports of child sexual abuse material last year. A new report found public social media and communication platforms were the most common place for meeting and grooming children. Image: Getty

Published on 11-12-2019

Shah shines in Pakistan’s emotional first home Test since 2009

Australia vs New Zealand, first Test every ball live and ad free on Fox Cricket 501 from 3pm AEDT December 12-16

Published on 11-12-2019

NRL star’s future hinges on phone call

Wests Tigers have indicated they are willing to re-open negotiations with Latrell Mitchell — but he has to come to them.

Published on 11-12-2019

‘FOUND DEAD PEOPLE’: ‘Horrific’ sight after violent volcanic eruption

A helicopter pilot who rushed to White Island has revealed the “horrific” scenes he encountered after the volcanic eruption, which left rescuers utterly shaken.

Published on 10-12-2019

Father of Adam Joseph speaks outside court

December 11, 2019. David Joseph speaks outside court after drink driver Joshua Burroughs Norman was jailed for killing his son, Adam Joseph. "This has been another drink driving case between a good and a bad decision," he says. "Adam made a good decision to walk and call an Uber after a night out drinking. "Joshua Norman made a bad decision to drink and drive, and he killed my son." (AAP VIDEO/Kathryn Bermingham)

Published on 10-12-2019

Baby names you never see anymore

From most popular to most outrageous, there’s a list for every type of baby name — except for these gems that escape both mockery and glory.

Published on 10-12-2019

Rivals mock Simmons with cruel sledge

Washington coach Scott Brooks recently likened Ben Simmons to LeBron James but one glaring issue means the Aussie was the butt of a joke in Boston — until a rival finally shook off an unwanted tag.

Published on 10-12-2019

‘WORSE NEWS TO COME’: 13 feared dead after violent volcano eruption

At least five people died on a New Zealand island when a volcano erupted yesterday, but Australian PM Scott Morrison has warned people to further “prepare for some difficult news”.

Published on 09-12-2019

‘NO SIGNS OF LIFE’: 13 people feared dead in violent volcano eruption

At least five people died on a New Zealand island when a volcano erupted yesterday, but Australian PM Scott Morrison has warned people to further “prepare for some difficult news”.

Published on 09-12-2019

Autistic North Carolina Boy Gives Hugs, Kisses to Disney Princesses at Magic Kingdom

A six-year-old boy with autism captured the hearts of several Disney princesses after handing out kisses, hugs, and gifts during a visit to Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, on November 30. Amanda Coley said her son Jackson, nicknamed Jack Jack, “lights up” when he meets Disney characters. She said her son’s love for characters started at two and a half years old when he met Snow White. Footage taken by Coley shows her son exchanging kisses on the cheek with Princess Tiana from “The Princess and the Frog” after giving the princess a gift. The video also shows the boy’s adorable meetings with Rapunzel and Snow White. “Jack Jack has autism so trips like this can be so difficult for him but seeing the characters just brings him so much joy,” Coley told Storyful. Credit: Amanda Coley via Storyful

Published on 09-12-2019

Sydney wakes to hazardous smoke blanketing the city

Sydney residents are waking to hazardous smoke blanketing the city on Tuesday morning. In Sydney's south-west, the air quality reached almost nine times the hazardous level. Authorities advised residents to stay indoors where possible and avoid vigorous exercise.

Published on 09-12-2019

Woman found horrifically beheaded

A Filipino man decapitated a woman for speaking English before eating her brain with rice, it has been claimed.

Published on 08-12-2019

‘VERY HIGH DANGER’: Hellish ‘mega-fire’ flares as temperatures rise

Exhausted firefighters have faced difficult conditions in this year’s horrific bushfire season — but tomorrow’s heat will be one of the toughest days they’ve faced.

Published on 08-12-2019

Power prices forecast to fall across the nation

Power prices are expected to fall in most Australian states and territories over the next three years according to forecasts released by the Australian Energy Market Commission. Queensland residents are expected to see the biggest benefit, with electricity prices expected to fall by 20 per cent by June 2022. New South Wales prices are tipped to fall by 8 per cent, and Victoria and Tasmania by 5 per cent. The ACT will see a 7 per cent drop, and South Australia by 2 per cent. The Energy Market Commission said further investment in batteries, wind and solar will create an 'optimal mix' to meet low-cost power needs. Image: Getty

Published on 08-12-2019

Man who made star ‘unrecognisable’

There’s nothing quite like that freshly blow-dried feeling.

Published on 08-12-2019

Shock as rapper dies after Aussie tour

Emerging American rapper Juice Wrld, who had just completed a sold out Australian tour, has died aged 21 after suffering a seizure at a US airport on Sunday (local time).

Published on 08-12-2019

Star seals surprise proposal with a kiss

Rugby league star Ali Brigginshaw kicked her 30th birthday celebrations up a notch with a surprise proposal to girlfriend Kate Daly in Brisbane on the weekend.

Published on 08-12-2019

US can’t label US base attack “terrorism”

US Defense Secretary Mark Esper says he is not prepared at this point to label as "terrorism" the attack at a US Navy base in Florida, where a Saudi airman is accused of killing three people.

Published on 07-12-2019

Afghans farewell slain Japanese doctor

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has led a memorial in the capital Kabul to bid a final farewell to the slain Japanese physician killed in the past week in a roadside shooting in eastern Afghanistan that also killed five Afghans, who were travelling with him.

Published on 07-12-2019

Albanese calls to debate sending Australian troops into war

In his last major speech for the year, Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese called for parliament to debate decisions on sending Australian troops into war. Labor's Anthony Albanese delivered his third 'vision statement' in Sydney, and argued the government executive had steadily assumed "greater political power" over recent years, at the expense of the parliament. Mr Albanese also claimed the ability of Australians to debate key issues, like climate change, was undermined by the rise of "culture wars". The Opposition Leader also accused the government of "ignoring" warnings from firefighters about the current bushfire season. Image: Getty

Published on 07-12-2019

Big Brother’s big new problems

Almost two decades on from becoming an Australian television sensation, reality juggernaut Big Brother is proving it still has the power to spark conversations.

Published on 07-12-2019

US man released in Iranian prisoner swap

A Chinese-American man has been released in a prisoner swap, after spending three years in an Iranian jail on spying charges. Xiyue Wang was undertaking a research project in Iran three years ago, when he was taken into custody and sentenced to 10 years behind bars. Mr Wang's release was secured by Washington's decision to release an Iranian being held in the United States. The stem cell expert was detained at a Chicago airport last year, accused of trying to export biological material to Iran. Image: AP

Published on 07-12-2019

The crappiest day in Australia

It was a normal meeting for these physios in an Aussie hospital — until a sewerage pipe above them broke ...

Published on 06-12-2019

Thief Bikes Off With Salvation Army Donation Kettle Outside Michigan Walmart

The Salvation Army, along with Michigan’s Roseville Police Department, were seeking help tracking down an individual who stole one of the charity’s red kettles used for holiday-season fundraising outside a Walmart in Roseville on December 5. Footage of the theft shows a man using a coat to conceal the kettle as he walks away with it. Moments later he bikes past the scene of the crime. Police said a Salvation Army bell ringer had stepped away for a moment when the suspect cut a security wire on the kettle to steal it. The amount of money inside the kettle is undetermined, police say. However, the Salvation Army of Metro Detroit told Storyful that a red kettle can take in up to $500 in donations daily. “Funds raised during the Salvation Army’s red kettle campaign help provide critical social services and programs throughout metro Detroit, including educational and outdoor programs for youth, a legal aid clinic, drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs, and much more than meals and shelter,” the Salvation Army said. The nonprofit said its red kettle campaign was running through January 31, and that they hoped to raise $8 million in Michigan’s Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties. Roseville is located in Macomb County. Credit: Roseville Police Department via Storyful

Published on 06-12-2019

Meerkats popping up at Sydney Zoo

Sydney Zoo is now home to a cheeky group of Meerkats.

Published on 06-12-2019

‘People expect more from leaders’

Sky News contributor Bruce Wolpe says “people expect more from leaders” and are “disappointed when you see a president diss a whole bunch of leaders”. During NATO’s 70th anniversary meeting US President Trump turned on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and called him “two-faced” over a video that showed him gossiping about Mr Trump. The conversation caught on camera involved Mr Macron, Mr Trudeau and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Image: AP

Published on 06-12-2019

Condell Park Fatal Stabbing

Emergency services were called to Condell Park where a man with multiple stab wounds died on scene. VIDEO Gordon McComiskie

Published on 06-12-2019

Flat City find former star too hot to handle

The affection for Bruno Fornaroli was such that you could have been mistaken for thinking he was still a Melbourne City player.

Published on 06-12-2019

Four dead in US Navy base shooting

A member of the Saudi Air Force visiting the United States for military training is the suspect in a shooting that killed four people and injured eight at a US Navy base in Florida, officials say.

Published on 06-12-2019

Jetstar upgrade perk I never expected

She was flying on a budget airline, but that didn’t stop this traveller finding the little extras, from bonus meal choices to a massive points boost.

Published on 05-12-2019

Firestorm rains down on firefighters in NSW

A firestorm has rained down on firefighters battling to protect homes threatened by out-of-control fire on the outskirts of Sydney. Huge walls of flames surrounded firefighters on all sides at Green Wattle Creek near the Warragamba Dam on Thursday night. As temperatures heated up and winds flared, three firefighters sustained minor burns to their neck and arms. More than 100 fires continue to burn across the state on Friday. Image: Getty

Published on 05-12-2019

Justin sorry for ‘embarrassing’ photo

Justin Timberlake has spoken out about recent photos showing him in a cosy moment with co-star Alisha Wainwright, describing it as a “strong lapse in judgement”.

Published on 05-12-2019

Fire threat as temps climb 12C above average

PARCHED southeast Queensland is again bracing for severe fire conditions as soaring temperatures grip the state.

Published on 05-12-2019

‘DON’T MESS WITH ME’: Trump question stops Pelosi in her tracks

US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has warned a reporter not to “mess with” her following a major announcement about the case for impeaching President Donald Trump.

Published on 05-12-2019

Star breaks down at legend’s death

Sky Sports newsreader Vicky Gomersall has broken down with emotion while reading out a message from the family of dead cricket legend Bob Willis on Thursday morning (AEDT).

Published on 04-12-2019

Map reveals dangerous health threat

A Sydney doctor has raised concerns about the health impact of awful air pollution as more than 100 bushfires burn across NSW causing “the longest and most widespread” period of poor air quality on record.

Published on 04-12-2019

Law Professors Testify in Impeachment Inquiry

The House Judiciary Committee heard from four law professors—three called by Democrats and one by Republicans— to help determine whether President Trump’s actions met the threshold for removing a president from office. Photo: Jim Lo Scalzo/Shutterstock

Published on 04-12-2019

Alleged car thief’s dumb move

A man has been nabbed after 10 stolen cars were found blocking a quiet lane. But what the alleged thief was doing before he was caught is baffling.

Published on 04-12-2019

Industrial Fire in Arkansas Causes Explosions

A large fire broke out at an industrial site in Bentonville, Arkansas, on December 4, causing explosions and sending plumes of black smoke into the air, footage taken at the scene shows. According to local reports, the fire broke out around midday at United Industries at 1900 East Central Avenue, about two miles from Walmart’s headquarters in Bentonville. The United Industries facility produced foam boards and aluminum panels for printing and fine art, according to the company’s website. Joe Avina captured footage of the fire from inside a car at a nearby parking lot. He posted video of the fire at 12.18 pm local time. Several explosions can be heard as the fire rages. Credit: Joe Avina via Storyful

Published on 04-12-2019

Woman’s bum implants ‘rotate’ inside her

In constant agony and with a deformed rear, Jabrena was left devastated by the results of her bum lift.

Published on 04-12-2019

‘I was slut-shamed during a pap smear’

Tamille was uncomfortable enough during her routine appointment - then came the doctor’s brutal comment.

Published on 03-12-2019

‘Ditto’: Neighbour’s witty response to extravagant Christmas display next door

A resident in Morphett Vale, near Adelaide, South Australia, had a hilarious response to an extravagant Christmas light display on the property next door.

Published on 03-12-2019

Watch: Firefighters continue to battle blazes in New South Wales

Fires are still burning in the Hunter region near Cessnock and in Currowan on the south coast.

Published on 03-12-2019

Canadian team to help fight Aust bushfires

Firefighters from provinces across Canada have volunteered to give up Christmas with their families and fly to Australia to help with the bushfire crisis.

Published on 03-12-2019

Kiwis allowed to buy 14grams of cannabis a day under draft laws

New Zealanders will be able to purchase up to 14 grams of cannabis a day if a referendum to legalise the substance is successful. Draft legislation has been released by the Ardern government and is expected to go before a vote next year.

Published on 03-12-2019

Khalil warns of ‘disturbing time for trade stability’

Labor MP Peter Khalil says “it is a really disturbing time for geostrategic stability” after President Trump announced he would impose new tariffs on Brazil and Argentina. Mr Khalil told Sky News that Australia was a trading nation and it was "in our national interest for the US and China to end that trade war”. NATO leaders congregated in London this week to mark the world's biggest military alliance for its 70th birthday at a two-day summit. The Labor MP said if President Trump did strike a deal, "he is going to have to concede a fair bit to China, and that might not work very well with what he has promised”. “It’s like a yoyo, you would recall about six months ago President Trump was very critical of NATO and questioning its future”, he said. Image: AP

Published on 03-12-2019

Trump clashes with Macron before NATO

US President Donald Trump and French leader Emmanuel Macron have clashed about the future of NATO before a summit intended to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Western military alliance.

Published on 03-12-2019

Sydney covered in thick smoke haze as bushfires continue to burn

Residents in Sydney are still battling a very heavy smoke haze across the region on Tuesday morning. An overnight inversion has trapped the smoke in large parts of the Sydney basin with plummeting air quality. The smoke is being blown towards the coast from a huge blaze burning in inaccessible terrain near the Blue Mountains. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 02-12-2019

New $76 road rule in force

As Sydney counts down the days until its eagerly awaited new light rail system opens, pedestrians, motorists and cyclists are being warned to pay attention or cop a fine.

Published on 02-12-2019

Snow Falls in NYC’s Times Square as Winter Storm Warning Affects Most of the State

Large snowflakes drifted through New York City’s Times Square on December 2 as a travel advisory was issued by the National Weather Service. New Yorkers were warned to take caution when traveling home. “Snow is falling across the city. Our salt spreaders are out,” NYC Sanitation said. “Plows are ready to go once two inches of snow has fallen. Again, be aware of the weather when making your way home. Take mass transit if possible.” Credit: Edwin F. Barbosa via Storyful

Published on 02-12-2019

Parents’ pain at explaining baby deaths

The tragic death of twin newborn sisters after they were found unconscious in bed, has put their heartbroken parents “through hell”.

Published on 02-12-2019

Forget sex – train your brain instead

Having sex, bingeing on sweet stuff and self-medicating with drugs offer temporary relief to a stressed brain. But there’s a better way to get happy..

Published on 02-12-2019

Fed minister ignored bullying: ex-staffer

Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt did not address issues of bullying and poor procedural practice in his office, a former staffer alleges.

Published on 01-12-2019

Police turn on new mobile cameras

Dozens of new mobile detection cameras have been switched on in NSW and drivers will not be told where they are installed.

Published on 01-12-2019

Nick Xenophon Huawei’s new legal counsel

Former independent senator Nick Xenophon has gone into business with Chinese telco giant Huawei.

Published on 01-12-2019

Maltese prime minister to step down

Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, engulfed in crisis over the probe into a murdered journalist, has announced he plans to step down, saying on state television he will ask his ruling Labour Party to start a process to choose a new leader in January.

Published on 01-12-2019

Vinyl takes off

Chris Griffith rediscovers old vinyl favourites reviewing the Technics SL-1500C turntable.

Published on 01-12-2019

Govt wipes almost $500m in student dodgy debt

Three years after the government scrapped the botched vocational loan scheme 'VET FEE-HELP', the program is continuing to impact students who were ripped off by dodgy private education providers. The Morrison government removed more than $493 million worth of 'inappropriate debt' for about 38,000 students, according to reports from The Sydney Morning Herald. The Commonwealth Ombudsman warned that it could take up to a year to assess thousands of unresolved complaints.

Published on 30-11-2019

Ricciardo’s big wish, F1 team’s ‘screw up’

Daniel Ricciardo has secured a battling seventh place on the grid for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton secured pole position for the first time since July.

Published on 30-11-2019

Samantha X on hitting ‘rock bottom’

A little over nine months ago, Samantha X was “the ultimate party girl” – willingly taking on the role as the “fun one” at every event she was invited to.

Published on 30-11-2019

‘Water for Fodder’ program available from next week

Heavily discounted water for fodder will be available for farmers from next week under the government's 'Water for Fodder' program. Eligible farmers in the Murray-Darling basin will be able to apply for the program, which Water and Drought Minister David Littleproud said will help provide farmers with hope during tough times. Mr Littleproud commended South Australia for making 100 gigalitres of water available, part of which was discounted for water and fodder production. The program was designed to help farmers feed and keep their livestock healthy, and is expected to produce up to 120,000 tonnes of fodder. Image: Getty

Published on 30-11-2019

Fast News: Today’s top stories

Police have shot and killed an alleged attacker on London Bridge after a number of people were stabbed and injured, Attorney-General Christian Porter has claimed Pauline Hanson secured a deal with the CFMMEU after the government's union-busting bill suffered a shock defeat in the Senate and religious leaders could deal another blow to the prime minister after threatening to withdraw support from the government's religious freedoms bill. Image: AP

Published on 29-11-2019

Shoppers stabbed in Black Friday frenzy

Multiple people have been injured in a stabbing in The Hague’s main shopping street Friday night local time, police said.

Published on 29-11-2019

‘Huge panic’: Panicked stampede in London

Horrified witnesses have told of the panicked stampede as terrified crowds fled the terror attack in London Bridge today.

Published on 29-11-2019

Smith denied in new Aussie bromance

Jofra Archer’s brutal Ashes blow to Steve Smith has proven the catalyst to set up Australia’s summer, with Marnus Labuschagne reaffirming his status as the ultimate accidental hero with a second Test century.

Published on 29-11-2019

Black Friday bargains: $390 USA flights

Airlines have been going head to head with cheap flights to America, but the latest fare on sale is jaw-dropping – and it’s on the world’s best airline.

Published on 28-11-2019

N.Korea fires rockets in deadline reminder

Breaking a month-long lull in missile tests, North Korea has fired two short-range projectiles into the sea off its east coast in what appeared to be the latest try-out of its new multiple rocket launchers, South Korea's military says.

Published on 28-11-2019

F1 glamour couple’s shock split

Valtteri Bottas has announced his split from wife Emilia after three years of marriage.

Published on 28-11-2019

Popular fashion label’s Black Friday deals

It’s no surprise that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are two of the biggest sales events of the year.

Published on 28-11-2019

Regional economies face economic disaster as drought worsens

As the impact of the drought deepens, communities are urging people to buy from the bush to stimulate regional communities. Owners of the Narromine Shorts Butchery said they were unable to take leave over the holiday period due to the ongoing impact of the drought. Owner Glenn Short told Sky News “you have to support the local farmers, because in turn that will support the town”. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 27-11-2019

‘Tones and I’ wins big at the 2019 Aria Awards

The 2019 Aria Awards celebrated the best in local and international talent on Wednesday night. Fresh faces and industry icons united in Sydney for Australia music's biggest night, hosted by Guy Sebastian. Singing sensation 'Tones and I' proved the big winner at the 33rd Aria Awards, winning four gongs including best pop release. Human nature took centre stage when it was inducted into the Aria Hall of Fame. Image: Getty

Published on 27-11-2019

CCTV footage released following Southbank burglary

Supplied video obtained, November 28, 2019, of a man and a woman who may be able to assist Victoria Police with their investigations following a burglary at a Southbank hotel on Sunday, November 17. The male depicted in CCTV footage is described as thin build, approximately 30-45 years old, with shoulder-length hair tied back with shaved sides. He was wearing black 2XU brand tights, black shorts, a black top, black shoes and a silver-coloured chain. The female is described as medium build, approximately 30-40 years old, wearing a black knee-length jacket, grey pants, black peaked cap, and grey and white shoes. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Victoria Police)

Published on 27-11-2019

PM under microscope over call to NSW top cop

Prime Minister Scott Morrison continues to face questions about his phone call with the New South Wales police commissioner regarding the Angus Taylor investigation. NSW Police is currently investigating a document used by Mr Taylor to criticise the City of Sydney council for unnecessary air travel, which contained inaccurate figures. After the prime minister phoned the commissioner regarding the investigation, Mr Fuller dismissed concerns of political interference, promising an "open and transparent" investigation. Commissioner Fuller said NSW police acted openly and ethically in relation to our activities" and insisted "the prime minister didn't ask me any questions that were inappropriate and didn't ask for anything that was inappropriate". Image: Getty

Published on 27-11-2019

Vic builders call for flammable cladding amnesty

Builders in Victoria have called for an amnesty on flammable cladding as the government threatens to prosecute dodgy builders. At least 1,200 buildings have been identified as high risk as the government works desperately to solve the crisis. The Master Builders Association said the Victorian Government’s tough stance, which it has labelled “posturing”, is actually damaging the effort to tackle the crisis. The association has called for an amnesty on builders who self-report risky cladding. But Planning Minister Richard Wynne is unapologetic, and said the government is determined to prosecute culpable builders. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 26-11-2019

LAST RESORT: RBA’s ‘unconventional’ move it doesn’t want to make

The Reserve Bank of Australia says there is room for two more interest rate cuts to 0.25 per cent before drastic action is needed to save the economy.

Published on 26-11-2019

Traffic chaos on Hume Fwy

If you’re travelling into Melbourne from the state’s north, brace for a long commute this morning.

Published on 26-11-2019

Life ban for shameful Kiwi cricket act

The spectator who racially abused England cricket star Jofra Archer could be banned for life from attending any cricket matches in New Zealand.

Published on 26-11-2019

Fresh blow for scandal hit bank

Scandal-plagued Westpac was set to be one of the two major banks to offer mortgages under the federal government’s first home loan deposit scheme. Only National Australia Bank has been announced as one of the major banks for the program, which allows low- and middle-income earners to get financing without a large deposit.

Published on 26-11-2019

Wall Street’s trade war fears are ‘definitely fading’

CNN market reporter Matt Egan says “it’s safe to say Wall Street’s trade war fears are definitely fading” after Beijing indicated a willingness to ramp up intellectual property regulations at the weekend. Mr Egan said China’s unwillingness to crack down on intellectual property theft was “one of the biggest sticking points” in trade negotiations between the US and China. “That’s why investors were encouraged by the fact that Beijing came out on the weekend saying they would be willing to ramp up regulations and perhaps even increase punishment for people who break those laws,” he told Sky News. “So that could be a sign that China may be willing to offer an olive branch to try and get this preliminary trade agreement done.” Image: AP

Published on 25-11-2019

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Published on 25-11-2019

RAW: Rain soaks firefighters working at Rollands Plains

Supplied video obtained Monday, November 25, 2019, showing firefighters from the Leongatha Fire Brigade sheltering from the rain falling at Rollands Plains. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Leongatha Fire Brigade)

Published on 25-11-2019

‘VERY CONCERNING’: Dead Chinese ‘spy’ scandal rocks Australia

The death of a 32-year-old man and, his links to an alleged plot by China to infiltrate parliament, is being investigated by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation.

Published on 24-11-2019

Make that six: Rafa wraps it up as Spain wins new-look Davis Cup in Madrid

Rafael Nadal beat Denis Shapovalov 6-3, 7-6 (7) to give Spain its sixth Davis Cup title with a win over first-time finalist Canada.

Published on 24-11-2019

‘We’re open to anything’: Kohli changes his pink-ball tune after Paine jab

India are open to playing a day-night test in Australia next year but there has to be proper planning, skipper Virat Kohli said after his team won their maiden pink-ball test against Bangladesh.

Published on 24-11-2019

ASIO ‘seriously considering’ asylum for claimed Chinese spy

ASIO and Home Affairs are "seriously considering" the asylum of a man who claims to be a Chinese Spy hiding in Australia. An investigation is underway by Australian authorities after it was claimed a Chinese espionage ring attempted to install a spy in a seat in Australia's federal parliament. The allegation was made by Wang "William" Liqiang, who claims to be a former Chinese operative seeking protection in Australia. Wang Liqiang said claimed the Chinese government used front companies to influence campaigns in Hong Kong and interfere in Taiwan's elections. A decision on Mr Wang's asylum claims could still be months away, as relevant departments attempt to separate fact from fiction and determine his protection claim in accordance with the law. The suspected Chinese intelligence group reportedly offered $1 million to pay for the political campaign of Bo "Nick" Zhao to run for the Melbourne seat of Chisholm. Mr Zhao was found dead earlier this year under mysterious circumstances.

Published on 24-11-2019

Just to make our win even sweeter; the Poms are getting HAMMERED

As Australia claimed a crushing innings win over Pakistan, England were battling for survival in the first Test against New Zealand after Mitchell Santner took three cheap wickets following a match-turning double century by BJ Watling.

Published on 24-11-2019

Dead China ‘spy’ scandal rocks Australia

A federal politician says the death of a 32-year-old man and its potential links to an alleged plot to infiltrate Australia’s parliament with a foreign spy needs to be fully investigated.

Published on 24-11-2019

US real estate heiress acquitted of murder

A San Francisco real estate heiress has been acquitted of killing the father of her children.

Published on 15-11-2019

Nissan recalls 450,000 vehicles worldwide

Nissan is recalling over 450,000 vehicles worldwide because a brake fluid leak could cause them to catch fire.

Published on 15-11-2019

NFL villain cops longest ban in history

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett was hit with a record suspension by NFL chiefs on Saturday (AEDT) after a helmet-swinging attack on an opponent that sent shockwaves rippling across America’s most popular sport.

Published on 15-11-2019

‘Democrats can’t fit any of president Trump’s actions into a criminal act’

Former US naval intelligence officer John Jordan says all of the “hoopla” in Washington doesn’t seem to be affecting Donald Trump’s numbers with voters. The impeachment inquiry is assessing whether the US president abused his office by improperly pressuring Ukraine to launch an investigation into presidential candidate Joe Biden. Mr Jordan told Sky News “none of the witnesses they’ve produced have actually interacted with Trump or heard Trump say anything". “The Democrats can’t seem to produce the so-called whistleblower, they won’t identify him even though that person has been in contact with congressman Schiff’s staff, the Democrats claim to not know who he is,” he said on Friday. “They cant seem to fit any of president Trump’s actions into a criminal statute or a criminal act.” Image: AP

Published on 14-11-2019

WATCH LIVE: The Daily Telegraph’s Bradfield Oration

The Daily Telegraph's Bradfield Oration is putting the big ideas for Sydney's future under the spotlight. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is joined by other VIP guests to discuss the vision for Sydney.

Published on 14-11-2019

Australia’s best small cars compared

Small cars are a big deal. The Mazda3 unseated Holden’s homegrown Commodore as the best-selling car in Australia in 2010, putting compact hatchbacks on pole position before dual-cab utes scrambled to the top of the heap.

Published on 14-11-2019

Two killed in California school shooting: authorities

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Captain Kent Wegener on Thursday detailed a timeline of events after a gunman opened fire earlier in the day at a Santa Clarita, California school. Sheriff Alex Villanueva, during a news conference, said the number of fatalities increased to two.

Published on 14-11-2019

Kohli’s raw reveal after Maxwell bombshell

India skipper Virat Kohli has lauded Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell’s courage to take a break from cricket because of mental health issues and said international players should be looked after.

Published on 13-11-2019

‘NO SHAME’: Staggering response to bushfires crisis a complete disgrace

While Australia’s firefighters were quietly proving their heroism in recent days, others were busy disgracing themselves as loudly as possible — in the worst possible way.

Published on 13-11-2019

US temperatures plummet to record lows during arctic blast

An Arctic blast from Siberia has brought record-breaking cold weather, heavy snowfall and ice to parts of the US, including extreme conditions in Kansas and Illinois. More than 1,000 flights have been cancelled due to poor weather, and four road deaths have been linked to the severe conditions. Forecasters said relief was on the way, with warmer weather expected before the end of the week.

Published on 13-11-2019

Protesters Gather as Turkish President Erdogan Visits the White House

Demonstrators gathered close to the White House on November 13 as President Donald Trump held a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Mark Satter, a reporter with student publication Medill on the Hill, shared this footage of protesters demonstrating against Erdogan’s visit. It was Erdogan’s first trip to the US since a Turkish-backed incursion in northern Syria began in October, following an announced US withdrawal from the area. As well as discussing the operation in Syria, Trump and Erdogan were scheduled to talk about Turkey’s decision to purchase a Russian air defense system despite Ankara’s membership in the NATO alliance. During a press conference at the White House, Trump said he and Erdogan are “good friends” and spoke about expanding trade between the two countries. The visit took place as the first hearings in the impeachment inquiry got underway before the House Intelligence Committee. Credit: @markdsatter via Storyful

Published on 13-11-2019

Aussie shock in worst driving list

If you think driving in Australia’s capital cities is like a feverish dream, you aren’t too far off, according to new research.

Published on 13-11-2019

Is this Australia’s biggest garage?

There is a new contender for Australia’s biggest garage, and it makes that 22-car Sydney one look like a large carport.

Published on 12-11-2019

RAW: Mount Nardi bushfire

Supplied video obtained Wednesday, November 13, 2019, showing a bushfire near the top of Peates Mountain Road, Mount Nardi, about 12am this morning. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Dunoon Rural Fire Brigade)

Published on 12-11-2019

‘Awkward fail’ behind 21yo’s bikini fame

She’s just turned 21, but Lottie Tomlinson is the mastermind behind one of the UK’s most talked-about new beauty brands — Tanologist.

Published on 12-11-2019

Jeremy Corbyn ‘very worried’ after ‘cyber attack’ on Labour

Britain's Labour party says it was attacked on its digital platforms almost exactly a month before the nation's general election. A party spokeswoman said the cyber-attack failed because of robust security systems and was confident no data breach occurred. British security services warned Russia and other countries could use cyber attacks in an attempt to disrupt the December 12 election. Mr Corbyn said the Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks were "something one is very worried about". Image: AP

Published on 12-11-2019

Taliban to release kidnapped Australian in prisoner swap

Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani is releasing three prominent Taliban figures in exchange for an American and Australian professor they abducted in 2016. The two Taliban captives are an American identified as Kevin King and an Australian identified as Timothy Weekes. Both men were lecturers at the American University of Afghanistan when they were kidnapped. The Taliban, who has long refused to negotiate with the president, are yet to respond to the announcement. Image: AP

Published on 12-11-2019

Protesters shot, burned in Hong Kong demonstrations

Hong Kong police have opened an investigation after two people were shot and burned during anti-government demonstrations. One protester was shot by an officer after demonstrators blocked train lines and roads in a day of spiraling violence. Meanwhile, a pro-Beijing supporter was doused in flammable liquid and set alight, after arguing with protesters who were demanding greater democracy. Hong Kong's Chief Executive said the government would not bow to the demonstrators' political demands. Image: AP

Published on 11-11-2019

Frydenberg calls for WTO reform as trade tensions flare

The treasurer will renew calls for reform to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) as tensions continue to flare between the US and China. Josh Frydenberg said he wanted the WTO to have better dispute settlement mechanisms, and be given the power to deal with e-commerce. In a speech to the Australian Studies Centre in Canberra, Mr Frydenberg will argue emerging economies in Asia should be given greater prominence in international bodies like the International Monetary Fund. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 11-11-2019

Firefighters work to control bushfire in SA

More than 100 firefighters have brought a blaze under control in South Australia. The fire tore through about 200 hectares on its way to Port Lincoln on the Eyre Peninsula before an emergency level warning was downgraded overnight.

Published on 11-11-2019

Brexit Party will not stand in Tory seats

Nigel Farage, leader of Britain's Brexit Party, says his party will not contest 317 Conservative Party seats in the December 12 election but would contest nearly all other seats, a significant boost for Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Published on 11-11-2019

Boyfriend’s sick texts exposed

Anne’s best friend was in hospital, so she asked her partner to text her with updates. When she recieved a picture message, her stomach turned.

Published on 11-11-2019

Copper slides as China data hits sentiment

Copper prices slipped overnight as weak data from top consumer China reinforced poor demand and growth prospects, with the prolonged US-China trade dispute undermining economic activity globally.

Published on 11-11-2019

Norway to gain most from Bight oil: report

The Norwegian government would make $400 million more than the South Australian and federal governments combined if drilling goes ahead in the Great Australian Bight, according to a think tank.

Published on 10-11-2019

Future of Medevac Bill in Jacqui Lambie’s hands

Protesters have held an overnight vigil at Parliament House urging senators to keep the medevac laws in place. As parliament returns for a Senate-only sitting this week, the Coalition will try to pass legislation to scrap the controversial refugee transfer system. The legislation will hinge on Jacqui Lambie who has the deciding vote on whether to wind back the legislation. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 10-11-2019

Queensland declares ‘state of fire emergency’

A state of fire emergency has been declared in 42 local government areas in Queensland. More than 1,200 firefighters are battling more than 50 blazes across the state. Some residents have been allowed to return home, but thousands have been forced to flee. There are unconfirmed reports more than 15 structures have been damaged or destroyed. The state is expected to have its worst conditions on Wednesday. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 10-11-2019

Cheap flights frenzy: Massive sale drops

The sale that stops the nation is on again. Here’s the lowdown on the discount flight deals and cut-price holidays up for grabs.

Published on 10-11-2019

Long Beach firefighter says he’s never seen anything like it

Supplied video obtained Monday, November 11, 2019, showing firefighters from the NSW RFS - Long Beach Brigade repositioning after working in "very trying" conditions in and around Nymboida, South West of Grafton. "This fire has been so intense. Never seen anything like it," says one firefighter. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/NSW RFS - Long Beach Brigade)

Published on 10-11-2019

Morning Report 11 Nov 19: U.S. stocks hit record highs

All three major indices rose and hit record highs in the U.S. on Friday. Optimism of a U.S. - China trade deal, solid results from Disney and a slight improvement in consumer confidence helped.

Published on 10-11-2019

Man survives light plane crash in Queensland

A man has had a lucky escape and walked away from a light plane crash in Queensland relatively unscathed. Emergency services were called to Archerfield Airport to find the aircraft had flipped.

Published on 09-11-2019

Thousands flood triple zero line amid NSW fire crisis

Fire and Rescue NSW Superintendent Greg Rankin says the state has made almost 10 times as many emergency calls compared to typical numbers as blazes ravage the state. “Just in the 24-hour period coming up to this, we had 2,541 triple zero calls,” Mr Rankin told Sky News. “We usually get, in that same period, about 300-400, so it gives you an idea of the number of incidents that are going on across the state.” Image: NASA Worldview

Published on 09-11-2019

Soccer Fans Commemorate Fall of Berlin Wall Ahead of Bundesliga Match

Soccer fans commemorated the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall by constructing a symbolic “wall” and then tearing it down before a Bundesliga match on Saturday, November 9, local media reported. This video shows the display, erected before Saturday’s match between Hertha Berlin and RB Leipzig at Berlin’s Olympiastadion. The video shows someone driving a Trabant — an oft-maligned car that was mass-produced in East Germany up to 1990 — as a line of people knock down a replica wall before kick off. The Berlin wall, constructed by the German Democratic Republic in 1961, divided Germany’s capital for years until protests and political unrest led to its collapse in 1989. People across the country commemorated the anniversary with a variety of other events on Saturday. People drove Trabants through Berlin, a show and art installation was held in front of the Brandenburg Gate, and Chancellor Angela Merkel attended a commemorative ceremony to call for “the defense of freedom” that was attained when the wall was demolished. Credit: @Konstanze_MaHe via Storyful

Published on 09-11-2019

Cricket umpires porn star past revealed

The man in charge of the balls in the third T20 match against New Zealand used to indulge in a bit of umpy-pumpy.

Published on 09-11-2019

KARL’S IN, GEORGIE’S OUT: Nine clears the decks at the Today show

It’s official: Karl Stefanovic will host Today next year. A “disappointed” Georgie Gardner didn’t hold back in a statement released today, slamming the “cruel” scrutiny she faced this year.

Published on 08-11-2019

Cool change may help but bushfire threats remain

FIREFIGHTERS across southeast Queensland and northern New South Wales face another testing day fighting bushfires on a number of fronts though slightly cooler conditions may assist firefighters but winds could still make their work difficult.

Published on 08-11-2019

Hell on earth: 3 missing, 100 homes razed in firestorms

Grave fears are held for residents believed to be trapped by raging fires on the mid-north coast, with NSW experiencing an unprecedented bushfire crisis as 99 blazes yesterday burned across the tinder-dry state, including 8 at emergency level.

Published on 08-11-2019

Incredible video of whale playing rugby

It’s the whale that Jonah (Lomu) was supposed to meet. Or Michael Cheika should have added to the Wallabies squad for the World Cup.

Published on 08-11-2019

Britain savaged by fatal floods

Parts of England have been brought to a standstill by deadly flooding as rain of biblical proportions lashed the north of the country.

Published on 08-11-2019

Flyer’s joke gets him a surprise upgrade

The only way to guarantee a seat up the front is to pay for it but this traveller scored one for free. Here’s how to nab an upgrade on your next flight.

Published on 07-11-2019

Hero cop saves elderly SA couple from submerged car

An elderly couple are lucky to be alive after their car careered off a road and sunk into a dam in Creswick yesterday.

Published on 07-11-2019

Brisbane home values on a high

Brisbane house prices are on track to break records by early next year, new analysis reveals.

Published on 07-11-2019

Ladies Day gets a little sloppy

The Melbourne Cup takes centre stage on the Australian racing calendar each year but two days later the festive spirit was still in full swing at Flemington.

Published on 07-11-2019

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Published on 07-11-2019

‘Abominably wrong call’ asking Abbott to register as agent of foreign influence

A Liberal senator says heads might need to roll after Tony Abbott was asked to register as an agent of foreign influence under controversial national security legislation. The foreign influence register has come under fresh scrutiny after the attorney general asked the former prime minister to register under the scheme, before he addressed a conservative conference in August. James Paterson told Sky News that was an "abominably wrong call" and someone might need to pay the price. The Liberal senator said targeting organisers of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) conference isn't what the register was designed for. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 05-11-2019

‘I ate like Aniston for a week, and wow’

Jennifer Aniston says her diet is the key to helping her look 20 years younger, so Steph tried it for a week – and the results shocked her.

Published on 05-11-2019

Channel 10 reporter’s awkward Cup snub

It was one of the funnier moments after a thrilling Melbourne Cup — but also a little awkward.

Published on 05-11-2019

‘BURNED ALIVE’: Nine women and kids shot dead in horror bloodbath

At least nine US citizens — including three mothers, their children and twin six-month-old babies — have reportedly been shot dead by a drug cartel in northern Mexico.

Published on 05-11-2019

Australia in world’s biggest trade deal

Australia will become part of the massive Asia-Pacific free-trade pact that covers half the world’s population.

Published on 04-11-2019

Katter wants public debate with Nationals

Queensland firebrand MP Bob Katter has challenged the National Party to a public debate on the drought after accusing them of inaction.

Published on 04-11-2019

Iran announces uranium enrichment strategy

Iran's Nuclear Chief Ali Akbar Salehi has announced the launch of new and improved centrifuges - machinery to separate fluids of different densities - which will ultimately enrich uranium. The advancements were announced on Monday - the latest in a series of violations of the nuclear deal - in the wake of the United States' withdrawal from the agreement last year. The announcement also came as Iran marked the 40th anniversary of the US embassy siege - when Tehran took 90 people hostage including 66 Americans. Image: Getty

Published on 04-11-2019

Killer gangster rode 37 winners at Melbourne tracks

HOW SQUIZZY TAYLOR WENT FROM JOCKEY TO GANGSTER

Published on 04-11-2019

How Lexus undercuts BMW by $30,000

When did luxury versions of family SUVs become a $100,000 investment?

Published on 04-11-2019

RAW: Scott Morrison arrives in Bangkok

Supplied video obtained Monday, November 4, 2019, of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison arriving in Bangkok ahead of the 35th East Asia Summit in Bangkok, Thailand. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/MCOT)

Published on 03-11-2019

Call for unified action on sharks on reef

Tourism operators are calling on the federal and Queensland governments to put aside their differences to help implement shark control measures in the Great Barrier Reef.

Published on 03-11-2019

Fire contained after razing Cooktown house

Crews have contained a bushfire that's destroyed a house at Cooktown, in Queensland's far north.

Published on 03-11-2019

UK parties stake their ground in election

Britain's election campaign has heated up with Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying he would apologise to Conservatives for failing to take the UK out of the European Union by October 31 and Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage saying he won't personally run for a seat in parliament.

Published on 03-11-2019

Truckie dead in horror Princes Freeway rollover

A truck driver has died in a horror smash after his semi-trailer flipped in Werribee South this morning.

Published on 03-11-2019

NSW govt considers removing speed camera warning signs

Drivers in New South Wales could soon lose warning signs indicating a speed camera is ahead. The proposal was put back on the table after an Auditor General's report recommended scrapping the signs, despite rejecting it last year. Margaret Crawford criticised the placing of mobile speed cameras and claimed they did nothing to prevent people from speeding. The NRMA said while it doesn't support speeding, it had admitted it's important cameras aren't viewed as revenue raisers. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 03-11-2019

Loggers kill Amazon indigenous warrior

Illegal loggers in the Amazon ambushed an indigenous group that was formed to protect the forest and shot dead a young warrior and wounded another, leaders of the Guajajara tribe in northern Brazil says.

Published on 03-11-2019

Demonstrators at California BlizzCon Gaming Convention Hand Out Free Pro-Hong Kong T-Shirts

Pro-Hong Kong demonstrators gathered on the first day of BlizzCon, the annual Anaheim, California, convention hosted by Blizzard Entertainment, the company that temporarily banned a pro gamer for expressing support for the Hong Kong protests. This footage shows demonstrators gathered outside the convention site on November 1, waving Hong Kong flags and handing out T-shirts showing Mei, a Chinese character from Blizzard’s popular Overwatch game, with the message: “Mei With Hong Kong.” The protest was organized by members of the group Freedom Hong Kong, which also had a mobile billboard in the area and told PC Gamer, “We want to raise the issues in Hong Kong to the gamers here. We want them to understand what’s going on there, and that what’s happening in Hong Kong with the crackdown from China is also affecting businesses here, as you can see what happened with Blizzard Entertainment.” On October 6, Blizzard banned professional Hearthstone player Ng Wai-chung, who goes by the handle “blitzchung,” for one year from a tournament circuit and denied Ng prize money for voicing pro-independence views for Hong Kong during a livestream on October 6. Outcry from fans later caused the company to reverse this decision, awarding Ng the prize money and limiting his suspension to six months. According to PC Gamer, Blizzard president J Allen Brack spoke on the controversy during BlizzCon’s opening ceremony, calling it an instance when the company “moved too quickly in [their] decision making.” Activision, the parent company of Blizzard Entertainment, is five percent owned by Chinese company Tencent. Members of Congress also condemned Blizzard’s actions against Ng, PC Gamer reported. Credit: AmpdPanda via Storyful

Published on 01-11-2019

Morrison to meet Chinese Premier

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will meet with China's premier on Sunday for the East Asian Summit, with hopes recent tensions will ease. Relations between the two countries cooled after Foreign Minister Marise Payne said Australia would not hesitate to call out human rights abuses in China. China's foreign ministry spokesman accused Senator Payne of showing total disregard for facts to serve political purposes. Trade is expected to dominate talks at the summit as Australia tries to accelerate the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 01-11-2019

Four killed in Halloween shooting in California

At least four people are dead and several wounded in a shooting at a Halloween party near San Francisco.

Published on 01-11-2019

Six killers too evil to release

These notorious Australian murderers are among six deemed too dangerous to release – but 10 other killers have been freed.

Published on 01-11-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

England has begun its tour of New Zealand with a seven-wicket victory over the Kiwis in their opening game of the T20 series, the All Blacks have finished the World Cup on a winning note beating Wales in the Bronze medal playoff and the Jets are still without a win this A-League season after going down 4-1 to Sydney FC. Image: AP

Published on 01-11-2019

UK truck death victims ‘all Vietnamese’

The 39 migrants found dead in the back of a lorry are believed to be Vietnamese nationals, Essex police has said.

Published on 01-11-2019

Lebanese hold candle-lit vigil for murdered women

Dozens of people gathered with candles to denounce violence against women in Lebanon.

Published on 01-11-2019

New shirtless hero upstages models

The capital of America descended into a huge party last night as the Washington Nationals were crowned World Series champions for the first time.

Published on 31-10-2019

High asthma warning level for Wimmera

The Victorian government has raised the asthma warning level to high around Wimmera in the state's West. There are also moderate conditions in other areas in Western and Central Victoria, as well as Melbourne. Asthma sufferers are advised to avoid exposure to storms and wind gusts, have a reliever handy, and know appropriate first aid.

Published on 31-10-2019

Kiwis add insult to Wallabies’ injury

Glasgow Warriors head coach Dave Rennie has revealed he’s being considered by New Zealand Rugby to become the next All Blacks coach.

Published on 31-10-2019

‘Apple cider vinegar ruined me’

It’s meant to promote weight loss and boost your metabolism, but Alex was turned off the elixir forever after trying it for a month.

Published on 31-10-2019

October Snow Dusts Wisconsin Yard

Snow fell in central Wisconsin on Tuesday, October 29, as some trees were still shedding their fall leaves. “We went from fall to winter in one night!” Jolee Mockler said on Twitter as she shared this video of snow dusting the yard of a home in La Valle, Wisconsin. The National Weather Service (NWS) said light snow was possible across southeastern Wisconsin on Tuesday. Between one and four inches of snow were forecast for parts of south-central and east-central Wisconsin. Citing meteorologists, local media said Wisconsin could also see a snowy Halloween on Thursday. Credit: @JoleeMockler via Storyful

Published on 29-10-2019

Bigger, better, bashier! SuperCoach BBL is back

SuperCoach BBL is back — and it’s bigger, better and bashier.

Published on 29-10-2019

Shane Warne’s star-studded SuperCoach team

SuperCoach BBL is back for 2019-20 which means the “Club 23 Legends” return for a shot at redemption after an outrageously unlucky debut season.

Published on 29-10-2019

Sister admits horror ‘womb raider’ murder

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Published on 29-10-2019

‘Drought response not a competition’

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says drought must not become a “competition” about who feels the most passionately. In a wide-ranging interview with Paul Murray, the prime minister said it was important for his government to not get bogged down in the noise – no matter how well-intended it is. “The thing in a drought is I understand while everybody feels passionately, this isn’t a competition about who feels the most,” he told Sky News. “A lot of it is well-intentioned … What there is a need to do is for me as prime minister to focus on this task, keep focusing on it with my ministers, with Michael McCormack, David Littleproud, Bridget McKenzie and just continue to get this response to where it needs to get.” Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 28-10-2019

Weird basket hack transforming homes

Welcome to Clean Sweep, news.com.au’s fortnightly home organisation series featuring exclusive advice on how to declutter your home direct from Aussies who have spruced their way to success.

Published on 28-10-2019

’Getting nasty here’: Protest erupts

Mounted police have been called in as climate activists who vowed to cause “maximum disruption” with heightened tactics target a mining conference in the heart of Melbourne.

Published on 28-10-2019

Seven to make a play for the NRL and AFL

Channel Seven's boss James Warburton is gearing up to make a serious play for the NRL broadcasting rights. Mr Warburton said he wanted to take the rights from Nine, whose current deals for the rugby league and AFL were set to expire at the end of 2022.

Published on 27-10-2019

Watchdog to investigate tax office

A $7 billion blowout in unpaid taxes has prompted an investigation into the Australian Taxation Office. The Inspector-General of Taxation Karen Payne is calling for a succinct and targeted investigation into the tax office's dealings. An annual report from Ms Payne's office revealed mounting complaints that small businesses were being unfairly targeted by debt recovery tactics. Image: Getty

Published on 27-10-2019

Commonwealth Games athletes continue fight for asylum

More than 200 athletes and officials who tried to seek asylum during last year's Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast are still fighting to remain in Australia. The mainly African athletes and officials - including a large group of people from the Cameroonian team - attempted to seek asylum in Australia or disappeared during the Games in April last year. Leaked government documents revealed 230 people lodged applications for protections, but 217 had their asylum bids knocked back. Of those, 204 have lodged appeals with the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. To date the ordeal has cost Australian taxpayers at least $2 million.

Published on 27-10-2019

‘Single life costs me $3K a month’

Jessica thought being single was the definition of freedom until she was hit with a cost she never saw coming.

Published on 27-10-2019

Australians at high risk of stroke

New research shows more than 60 per cent of Australian workers are at risk of a stroke. The MediBank commissioned assessment found 76 per cent of men and 42 per cent of women had "high or pre-high" blood pressure. Image: Getty

Published on 27-10-2019

Melbourne activists’ plan to ‘make life hell’ this week

About 30 protesters have gathered on the steps of the Convention Centre this morning to protest against an international mining conference to be held in Melbourne this week.

Published on 27-10-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

The All Blacks are out of the Rugby World Cup after going down to England in the semi-final, and the Wanderers are on top of Sydney and the A-League following a drama-filled derby win. Image: Getty

Published on 26-10-2019

The #MeToo stories you haven’t heard

As Australia’s face of #MeToo, Tracey Spicer heard so many accounts of sexual assault she became traumatised. Now she has uncovered the stories of non-famous women.

Published on 26-10-2019

Serial killer Ivan Milat dies aged 74

Ivan Milat — one of Australia's most evil killers — has died at the age of 74 in the hospital wing of Sydney's Long Bay prison. Milat killed seven young people in the Belanglo State Forest, south of Sydney, and is the prime suspect in the murders of several other young people across the state. The backpacker killings took place between 1989 and 1992. In 1994, Supreme Court Justice David Hunt sentenced Milat to seven consecutive life sentences plus 18 years.

Published on 26-10-2019

Bikini selfie launches next level Coles item

Summer is coming and I’m so bloody excited I could cry.

Published on 26-10-2019

Today in History: October 27

Highlights in history on this date:

Published on 26-10-2019

Crowds Fill the Streets For Taipei Pride Parade 2019

The annual Taipei Pride parade in Taiwan – the largest pride parade in Asia – attracted over 200,000 participants on October 26, The China Post reported. This footage shows the parade. Chi Jia-wei, a prominent LGBT rights activist in Taiwan, can be seen waving a pride flag in the video. This parade was Taiwan’s first since the country legalized same-sex marriage on May 17, setting a new first for the Asia. President Tsai Ing-Wen called the legalization a “proud day for Taiwan” and a demonstration of “the value of kindness and inclusiveness from this land to the world.” Credit: @jessiedeanwanders via Storyful

Published on 26-10-2019

Johnson tells Corbyn to ‘man up’ on election as EU agrees need for Brexit extension

Boris Johnson has told Jeremy Corbyn to "man up" and face him in an election as Brussels delayed a final decision on a Brexit extension. The prime minister sought to ramp up pressure on the Labour leader after the EU agreed the need to postpone the UK's exit date, but apparently put on hold approving how long for until Monday's vote by MPs on going to the polls. Political opponents at Westminster had been holding out for an extension to be granted and so removing the imminent threat of a no-deal exit, before backing an election. The prime minister has said he would give MPs more time to consider his Brexit deal if they backed his call for a poll on 12 December. He needs opposition votes in order to secure the two-thirds Commons majority required by law to hold a national ballot. Image: AP

Published on 25-10-2019

US panel gets access to full Russia report

A US judge has granted a request by a House of Representatives committee for access to information that was blacked out of former special counsel Robert Mueller's report on his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 US election.

Published on 25-10-2019

Sports club building destroyed in fire at Concord

A fire has completely destroyed a sporting club building in Concord West.

Published on 25-10-2019

Storms Sweep Over Mobile Amid Tornado Warning

A tornado warning was in effect as severe thunderstorms swept north through Alabama on the afternoon of Thursday, October 25, with one storm producing a wall cloud over Mobile, video shows. This footage, shot by Tyler Smith inside a Chick-fil-A restaurant, shows the dark cloud looming over the city. The National Weather Service issued several tornado warnings throughout the early afternoon, for towns in Alabama’s Mobile, Washington, and Clarke counties, and later in Mississippi’s Perry County. Credit: Tyler Smith via Storyful

Published on 25-10-2019

NRL star in ugly nightclub incident

Cronulla star Josh Dugan has reportedly been embroiled in an ugly nightclub incident during an off-season fishing trip to Airlie Beach in far north Queensland.

Published on 25-10-2019

Pretty in pink — a kitchen with a difference

There aren’t many homes that can boast a pink concrete island bench, but then again, this homeowner’s world revolves around colour.

Published on 25-10-2019

Staff at Melb ‘safe injecting room’ arrested over drug trafficking

Two outreach staff members linked to Melbourne's safe injecting room have been arrested for alleged drug trafficking. Victoria Police officers arrested eight people in relation to drug trafficking, including two workers from the centre on Thursday afternoon. The centre was Victoria's first safe injecting room, established as part of a two year trial. The staff members have been stood down after the arrests. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 24-10-2019

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Published on 24-10-2019

NRL favourite enters mental health facility

Former State of Origin hero Brett Finch has checked into a mental health facility after an incident on a flight from Sydney to the Gold Coast on the weekend.

Published on 24-10-2019

Ricciardo cops whack but Renault fuming

Renault have opted not to appeal against the disqualification of both Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg from the results of the Japanese GP — despite criticising the FIA’s “inconsistent” driver aid penalty.

Published on 24-10-2019

Qld parliament cracks down on climate change protestors

Queensland parliament has passed laws to crack down on climate change protestors. The legislation comes in the wake of months of disruption from the group Extinction Rebellion which caused chaos across the city. Police will now be able to use 'search and seize powers' when they suspect an individual is carrying locking devices which were designed to lock people to roads and objects. The bill passed 86 votes to one. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 24-10-2019

Maths set to be compulsory until year 12 for NSW students

Maths will soon be compulsory for all New South Wales students from kindergarten through to year 12. The move is part of a bid by state Premier Gladys Berejiklian to ensure students were graduating with adequate numeracy skills. The details of the plan are yet to be released but students will not be required to study maths as part of their High School Certificate.

Published on 23-10-2019

Smoking related diseases on the rise in Aus

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has revealed smoking-related diseases are on the rise, despite the rate dropping. Smoking was related to around 21,000, or one in eight deaths in Australia in the year 2015. Smoking was responsible for close to 10 per cent of Australia's total burden of diseases, which crept up about 15 per cent in the 12 years to 2015. Health Minister Greg Hunt set a target to reduce Australia's smoking rate to below 10 per cent for the adult population by 2025.

Published on 23-10-2019

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Published on 23-10-2019

Selena Gomez FIRES SHOTS At Justin Bieber & Hailey Bieber BACKTRACK On I’ll Kill You Clapback! | DR

The Tea Is Scalding Today. Selena Gomez Released Her Justin Bieber Inspired Single…Justin and Hailey Responded…and Now Some Fresh Tea…Hailey Is Trying to Say She Wasn’t. It’s a Whole Mess. Plus We Have a Little Update on Tyga and Kylie and Rob. All this and more coming up on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 23-10-2019

Simmons breaks silence on casino incident

Ben Simmons has revealed a childhood lesson from his father after he was called “the N-word” helped guide his response to what he believed was racial-profiling when he attempted to enter Melbourne’s Crown Casino.

Published on 23-10-2019

Envoy: Trump tied Ukraine aid to probes

The top US diplomat in Ukraine says he was told President Donald Trump made the release of security aid to Ukraine contingent on Kiev declaring it would pursue politically motivated probes he sought, according to a copy of his statement to lawmakers.

Published on 22-10-2019

Brexit Vote: Boris Johnson Celebrates Affirmative Vote

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson praised members of Britain's parliament for agreeing to endorse the country's divorce from the European Union but expressed his disappointment in the vote to delay the U.K.'s exit on October 31. Photo: Jessica Taylor/UK Parliament/Handout/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

Published on 22-10-2019

CCTV released as part of investigation into fatal shooting – Dandenong

Supplied video obtained Wednesday, October 23, 2019, showing CCTV footage released by Victoria Police of an orange Ford travelling in the Dandenong area about 8:05pm on Sunday, March 3, 2019. Police hope someone recognises it and can provide detectives with information about who may have been in the vehicle or its movements. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Victoria Police)

Published on 22-10-2019

$20 item no one can believe is Kmart

We’ve heard of the glamorous gifting suite at The Oscars, laden with expensive goodies for the celebrities to take home.

Published on 22-10-2019

Man plunges to his death from zip line

A South Australian man has died and a woman is in hospital after a serious fall at a popular tourist attraction in Queensland.

Published on 22-10-2019

Govt accused of short-changing TAFE by $214 million

TAFE spending is due to come under the microscope during Senate estimates after the federal government was accused of short-changing vocational education by $214 million in the last financial year. Labor said the under spend was not a new issue and claimed the Education Department declined to spend close to a billion dollars in funding in the past five years. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 22-10-2019

Miley Cyrus SHADES Liam Hemsworth & Receives BACKLASH From LGBTQ Community For IG LIVE!

Miley Cyrus SHADES Liam Hemsworth during her recent Instagram Live and receives A TON of backlash from the LGBTQ community after stating she thought she had to be gay. Yep…we’re breaking this backlash and her response that she posted just a little bit ago down right now so stay right here for the details.

Published on 21-10-2019

Vic police roll out drones at major events

Victoria Police will roll out a new fleet of drones, fast tracking the way they control major events, fires and police pursuits. Drones will be launched from high rise buildings within minutes of an emergency and will begin being used this month. Police said the drones would be useful during police pursuits to keep an eye on moving targets. The drones will also be deployed to assess and monitor crime scenes, as well as help police with search and rescue missions. Image: Getty

Published on 21-10-2019

Pakistan hopes ‘bold and brave’ calls can break Aussie drought

Pakistan named two rookie fast bowlers for next month’s tour to Australia, and Mohammad Rizwan was brought in to replace wicketkeeper Sarfaraz Ahmed.

Published on 21-10-2019

Reno magic: From avocado to masterpiece

It was called the ‘avocado’ house for good reason, but now it’s blossomed into an architectural masterpiece. You won’t believe the difference.

Published on 21-10-2019

Harry, Meghan want to leave UK

Harry and Meghan are reportedly planning a six-week break from royal duties starting next month so they can enjoy some “family time”.

Published on 20-10-2019

Police hunt stabbed Melbourne sex attacker

Supplied video obtained Sunday, October 20, 2019, of Detective Acting Inspector Janet Mitchell, from Victoria Police Crime Command, appealing for the public's assistance to identify an offender who sexually assaulted a 32-year-old woman in Mayer Park, Thornbury, about 10:30pm on Saturday night. The offender is perceived to be Caucasian in appearance, aged in his early 20s, with a medium height, brown hair and was wearing loose pants and a hoodie. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Victoria Police)

Published on 20-10-2019

Blues axe mid-season recruit

Carlton has delisted mid-season recruit Josh Deluca.

Published on 20-10-2019

Never do this at the Bangkok airport

It’s an all too common scene in Thailand’s biggest city — a huge queue of travellers at the airport, oblivious to the tourist trap they’re falling for.

Published on 20-10-2019

Govt still ahead, boost for Albo: Newspoll

The federal coalition's lead over the Labor opposition remains unchanged, despite concerns the government isn't doing enough to support the economy and help drought-stricken farmers.

Published on 20-10-2019

No.1 taxi mistake you’re making in Thailand

It’s an all too common scene in Thailand’s biggest city — a huge queue of travellers outside the airport, oblivious to the tourist trap they’re falling for.

Published on 20-10-2019

Storm System Causes Flooding on Florida’s Anna Maria Island

Tropical Storm Nestor swept up Florida’s east coast on Saturday, October 19, flooding several areas before making landfall as a post-tropical cyclone at St Vincent Island in the Florida Panhandle a few hours later. Anna Maria Island, south of Tampa, and shown in this footage,, was among the areas affected by flooding. High surf, rip currents and wind gusts were also reported in the area. A flood advisory was in effect until Sunday morning. Credit: Rebecca Seymour Armentrout via Storyful

Published on 19-10-2019

Marsh century foils Vic quicks

Test opener Cameron Bancroft’s technique issues are becoming a major concern after another cheap Sheffield Shield dismissal in Perth, where a classy Shaun Marsh century has left Western Australia well-placed against Victoria.

Published on 19-10-2019

Tourists’ big question about Uluru ban

Among some of the tourists rushing to Uluru before climbing it is banned this Saturday, there is bemusement as to why local Indigenous traditional owners would discourage tourist dollars.

Published on 19-10-2019

‘DELUDING HIMSELF’: LeBron James’ shameless, astonishing cowardice

As the NBA suffered through a $4 billion crisis and his fellow players looked to him for leadership, LeBron James did something stunning.

Published on 18-10-2019

Marchers Wave Catalonia Flags in Crowded Barcelona

Thousands of marchers filled the streets of Barcelona and the surrounding region on the afternoon of October 18, rallying against the lengthy sentences given to the leaders of the 2017 Catalan independence movement. This footage shows dozens of people waving, carrying, or wearing Catalonia flags as they congregate in the city. Multiple roads were blocked as five different protest groups converged in the center of Barcelona, with more than 500,000 people estimated to be in attendance, according to El Pais. In the early hours of October 18 and the preceding evening, Catalan separatists clashed with riot police in Barcelona’s streets, lighting fires and throwing bottles and other debris at the authorities. On October 14, the Spanish Supreme Court sentenced nine politicians and activists to jail terms of up to 13 years following their involvement in the 2017 bid for Catalan independence. Credit: Toth Anett via Storyful

Published on 18-10-2019

Meghan’s devastating response to question

Meghan Markle has given a surprisingly candid response when asked how she’s coping with the intense tabloid and public scrutiny on her.

Published on 18-10-2019

Weekend Weather

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Published on 18-10-2019

Seven Day Forecast

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Published on 18-10-2019

Extreme Weather Outlook

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Published on 18-10-2019

Beaches & Boating

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Published on 18-10-2019

‘IT’S MY CULTURE TOO’: Aussies’ final fight to climb to Uluru’s summit

In less than two weeks, the dangerous climb up Uluru will be closed to tourists forever, with thousands of them rushing to the Red Centre to climb the sacred rock.

Published on 17-10-2019

Opinion: India’s Economy Is ‘Doing Badly,’ says Nobel Prize Winner

East is East: Speaking at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Abhijit Banerjee, co-recipient of the Nobel Prize for Economics, shared his concerns about India's economy. Image: Brian Snyder/Reuters

Published on 17-10-2019

Raccoon With Head Stuck in Bottle Rescued by Tampa Deputies

A raccoon with its head stuck inside a plastic bottle received help from sheriff’s deputies in Tampa, Florida, after they found the animal rambling around a parking lot outside one of their stations. Footage shared by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office on October 17 shows the raccoon, which deputies said was “scared and confused.” The raccoon climbed a tree to get away from one deputy, the sheriff’s office said. The same deputy then climbed the tree and nudged the raccoon off a branch and onto a sheet deputies were holding out below. The sheriff’s office said another deputy managed to pull the bottle off the raccoon’s head. Credit: Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful

Published on 17-10-2019

Hidden Dutch family had ‘links’ to cult

The Dutch family found “waiting for the end of the world” at a remote farmhouse in Ruinerwold once had ties to the Moon cult, according to local media.

Published on 17-10-2019

Royals’ terrifying mid-air scare

A plane carrying Prince William and Kate Middleton was forced to abort landings at two airports in Pakistan because of a severe thunderstorm, according to reports.

Published on 17-10-2019

Tayla Harris turns heads on red carpet

World No. 1 tennis player Ashleigh Barty’s stellar 2019 continues to garner recognition after she was named Australia’s sports woman of the year.

Published on 16-10-2019

William and Kate tour Pakistan glacier

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have followed in Diana's footsteps as they visited a remote valley in the Pakistani mountains. Kate has been presented with a traditional hat and white coat, almost identical to the ones worn by Diana, when she toured the region nearly 30 years ago. William was given a book commemorating his late mother's visit. The Royals also travelled to a melting glacier, to highlight the effects of climate change. Image: AP

Published on 16-10-2019

‘It’s Happening!’: Florida Girl Uses New Wheelchair-Friendly Shopping Cart

A 9-year-old girl who uses a wheelchair was able to help her mom with grocery shopping on October 10, thanks to a new accessible shopping cart at a Publix grocery store in Lutz, Florida. The cart hooks on to the front of a wheelchair so that users don’t have to transfer over to a motorized scooter to shop. This video shows 9-year-old Amaria using the wheelchair-accessible shopping cart. In the video, she shouts “It’s happening!” as she moves throughout the store and points to the cart. The video later shows her shopping, filling the cart with laundry detergent and perusing aisles. “Publix gave my daughter the chance to grab just a little more independence! These attachable wheelchair accessible shopping carts are the best,” Tiffani Borders, who filmed the video, said on Facebook. A spokesman for the Publix chain, which has about 1,230 locations in the southeastern US, told local media the carts aren’t at every store but can be added if they’re requested. Credit: Tiffani Borders via Storyful

Published on 16-10-2019

Fiji islands you wish you’d known about

Think you’ve been there, done that in Fiji? Think again. Here’s what you’ve been missing out on among its 300 islands.  

Published on 16-10-2019

NSW calls for overhaul of ATAR system

NSW is calling for an overhaul of the ATAR system after research showed the public has concerns it’s putting too much pressure on students. Image: Getty

Published on 16-10-2019

CCTV shows Melbourne terror plotters buying explosives

The Supreme Court of Victoria has released chilling security pictures which helped authorities track down three men behind a terror plot. The men, all aged in their 20s, are seen shopping for material to make bombs at Bunnings Warehouse and Chemist Warehouse. All three men have been convicted of plotting to detonate bombs in the name of ISIS. They will be sentenced on November 29.

Published on 16-10-2019

Students high-five and hug after raping woman

Sickening moment students high-five and hug after raping helpless drunk woman in London West End nightclub.

Published on 15-10-2019

Thousands protest in Barcelona after court convicts Catalan separatist leaders

Thousands are demonstrating near the Spanish government building in Barcelona after its Supreme Court sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to between 9 and 13 years in prison. Image: AP

Published on 15-10-2019

Dutch family found locked in secret room on isolated farm

A family of six had been locked away in a hidden room behind a cupboard on a remote Netherlands farm, before one member of the household made a remarkable break for freedom.

Published on 15-10-2019

Fire Danger

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Published on 15-10-2019

National Forecast

WATCH: The two-day forecast for Australia's 30 most populous cities.

Published on 15-10-2019

Nickel rebounds while copper slips

Nickel prices rebounded overnight after heavy losses a day earlier while worries about weak economic growth weighed on copper.

Published on 15-10-2019

Teen crash parents get White House meeting

The family of a British teenager killed in a car crash involving an American diplomat's wife were headed to the White House on Tuesday for a meeting with senior administration officials.

Published on 15-10-2019

Opinion: Peru Needs to Maintain Rule of Law for the Economy to Thrive

The dissolution of congress in Peru could have a serious impact on the democratic institutions that have allowed for economic growth in the South American country. Image: Peruvian Presidency / Reuters

Published on 06-10-2019

Violence flares in HK as protesters defy mask ban

Violence continues on the streets of Hong Kong as thousands march with their faces covered after a failed political bid to have a mask ban overturned. Chief Executive Carrie Lam brought the mask ban in under emergency powers on Friday. Pro-democracy protestors and police have clashed several times as thousands challenge authorities in both Hong Kong and Beijing. Police fired tear gas in several areas as confrontations between officers and demonstrators flared. Image: AP

Published on 06-10-2019

Drought-ravaged farmers increase pressure on govt

Australia's drought crisis is deepening as dry conditions continue to ravage large parts of the country. St George livestock producers Cameron and Rosie Drynan said they were forced to destock by 60 per cent and were hand-feeding their animals daily. “Just when you think it can’t get any worse, it seems to somehow,” Mrs Drynan said. The family has joined a chorus of farmers calling on the state and federal governments to provide more relief. Image: Getty

Published on 06-10-2019

Cyber crime reported every 10 minutes

Australians are reporting cyber crimes every 10 minutes, according to the country's cyber security watchdog.

Published on 06-10-2019

The real number of people affected by mental health

Mental health has affected the lives of many Australians, both directly or indirectly.

Published on 06-10-2019

Major truck crash on Augusta Hwy

A truck has burst into flames after crashing into a tree in the state’s Mid North.

Published on 04-10-2019

Johnson contradicts his own govt’s court documents over Brexit extension

Britain's prime minister has contradicted court documents submitted by his own government that say the UK will seek a Brexit extension from the EU if no withdrawal deal is reached. At Scotland's highest court papers were read out in which Boris Johnson accepted he must send a letter requesting a Brexit delay if there is no deal in place by 19 October. But later in the day Mr Johnson tweeted: "New deal or no deal - but no delay." The prime minister has previously made a "do or die" pledge several times to get the UK out of the bloc on 31 October, with or without an agreement in place. This is despite backbench legislation - known as the the Benn Act - committing him to request an extension if a deal is not secured following the European Council meeting in less than two weeks' time. Image: AP

Published on 04-10-2019

Watchdog fronts Trump’s impeachment inquiry

The head of the US intelligence watchdog has given evidence to an official impeachment inquiry against US President Donald Trump. Inspector General Michael Atkinson has been questioned over a whistleblower complaint that triggered the investigation. Image: AP

Published on 04-10-2019

Rain Outlook

WATCH: The most comprehensive rain outlook on Australian television.

Published on 04-10-2019

National Forecast

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Published on 04-10-2019

Your Pictures

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Published on 04-10-2019

‘GOING OUT BIG’: Gunman impregnated three women before rampage

Daniel King, a heavily-tattooed gym junkie accused of a shotgun rampage in Sydney, impregnated three women this year alone before being killed by police.

Published on 03-10-2019

Govt ministers push to suspend activists’ welfare payments

Serial protestors are being warned their welfare payments will be cut-off if they don't actively start looking for jobs. Employment Minister Michaelia Cash said taxpayers should not be forced to 'subsidise' protests and those who are too busy taking part in demonstrations "may find they have their payments suspended". Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has also weighed in to criticise magistrates for ‘slap on the wrist’ penalties for Brisbane protestors, demanding the state government introduce mandatory sentences for serial offenders. The government called on the states to pass tougher laws to crackdown on activists who wasted the time of police and paramedics. Earlier this week, six people were charged after chaining themselves to temporary fences on Eagle Street in Brisbane, disrupting commuters for an hour. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 03-10-2019

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Published on 03-10-2019

‘Hottest in two years’: Sydney to swelter

Sydney is about to swelter with tops of 33C in the city and 34C in the western suburbs forecast by midday today.

Published on 03-10-2019

Burger causes outrage at popular pub

Fifty per cent beef, fifty perfect fake — all controversial.

Published on 03-10-2019

Hot conditions continuing through much of Australia

Supplied video obtained Friday, October 4, 2019, Meteorologist Grace Legge, from the Bureau of Meteorology, speaking about the hot conditions expected across SA, NSW, and QLD over the next few days. "Through South Australia we could see temperatures 10-16 degrees in the west above average for this time of year," she says. "And that's really peaking on Saturday and then that heat moves into New South Wales and Queensland later in the weekend and into early next week." (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Bureau of Meteorology)

Published on 03-10-2019

Legends break down EPL top four race

Liverpool and Manchester City are set for another Premier League title showdown but who looks likeliest to join them in the top four this season?

Published on 03-10-2019

Fire Danger

WATCH: The bushfire threat and fire danger ratings across Australia.

Published on 02-10-2019

Beaches & Boating

WATCH: The marine weather forecast and best surf spots for the next two days.

Published on 02-10-2019

MPs infuriated over Boris’s latest move

Boris Johnson is seeking to suspend parliament again next week in a move likely to infuriate British MPs over the delayed handling of the Brexit process.

Published on 02-10-2019

Bernie Sanders halts presidential campaign for emergency heart surgery

Democratic presidential candidate for the 2020 election, Bernie Sanders, has been forced to cancel his campaign events until further notice after undergoing heart surgery overnight. The 78-year-old Vermont Senator experienced chest pain earlier in the week and was treated in hospital for an arterial blockage. Mr Sanders' recovery time is not yet known and supporters are unsure if the surgery will affect his appearance in the next Democratic debate on the October 15. Image: AP

Published on 02-10-2019

Corporate watchdog to crackdown on superannuation funds

The corporate watchdog is preparing to crack down on the nation's largest superannuation funds. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is targeting companies who have signed up members to worthless life insurance products on a default opt-out basis that do not comply with a new code of conduct. Image: Getty

Published on 02-10-2019

’Just seconds:’ Hong Kong

Published on 02-10-2019

Ibrahim’s sick private texts exposed

‘I don’t want to talk you annoying f***’, reads one text from John Ibrahim to his girlfriend, Sarah Budge. And that isn’t the worst of it.

Published on 01-10-2019

Ukraine agrees to election in east

Ukraine has signed much-anticipated accords with separatists from the country's east, Russia and European monitors that agree a local election can be held in separatist-controlled territory, paving the way for peace talks with Moscow.

Published on 01-10-2019

Jihadist attacks in Mali kill 25 soldiers

Twenty-five Malian soldiers have been killed and 60 are missing after suspected jihadists attacked two army camps in central Mali, the government says.

Published on 01-10-2019

RAW: Suspension bridge suddenly collapses in Taiwan’s Yilan

Supplied video obtained Wednesday, October 2, 2019, of the Nanfang'ao Bridge collapsing and crushing boats in the water below. The weather at the time was sunny but the collapse occurred hours after Yilan was hit by Typhoon Mitag, and struck by a 3.8 magnitude earthquake about 1:54am on September 30. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Coast Guard)

Published on 01-10-2019

Children ‘should have power to undergo transgender surgery against parents’ wishes’

The nation's peak body representing psychologists believes children aged under 16 should be allowed to undergo irreversible transgender surgery, even if their parents disagree. In an unpublished law reform submission, the Australian Psychological Association also dismissed mandatory counseling before surgery as an "unnecessary burden". Image: Getty

Published on 01-10-2019

One dead and nine injured in Finland sword attack

A woman is dead and nine others are injured after an attack at a school in Finland. The incident happened at a vocational college inside a shopping centre in the city of Kuopio, with witnesses reporting the attacker was carrying a 'sword-like' weapon and a gun. Police report 10 people have been taken to hospital and two - including the attacker - are seriously injured. The Finnish Prime Minister has described the attack as "shocking and totally condemnable". Image: AFP

Published on 01-10-2019

Hailey’s secret addiction revealed

Justin Bieber’s wife has admitted she can’t stop doing this one thing — and it explains a lot.

Published on 01-10-2019

‘Disgusting’: Molan trolled over Joey feud

Reports of a rift between Channel 9 presenter Erin Molan and rugby league legend Andrew Johns have continued despite denials from the network.

Published on 30-09-2019

Trump asked PM for Mueller help: report

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has been swept into US President Donald Trump's scandal involving his alleged desire to call on world leaders to help him advance his personal interests.

Published on 30-09-2019

Extreme Weather Outlook

WATCH: A detailed analysis of any severe weather impacting Australia this week.

Published on 30-09-2019

Beaches & Boating

WATCH: The marine weather forecast and best surf spots for the next two days.

Published on 30-09-2019

Weather Now

WATCH: Our latest update on the most significant weather impacting Australia.

Published on 30-09-2019

Weekend Weather

WATCH: Everything you need to know to plan for the weekend.

Published on 30-09-2019

Your Pictures

WATCH: The most impressive weather pictures and videos sent in by our viewers.

Published on 30-09-2019

World Weather

WATCH: A quick look at the weather across the world.

Published on 30-09-2019

Adani royalties agreement to be signed on Monday

The Queensland State Government is set to sign off on a final royalties agreement for the controversial Adani coal mine in Central Queensland. The Australia Institute warns Australian taxpayers could be subsidising a foreign-owned unregulated monopoly asset. The final royalties agreement is likely to be signed on Monday. Image: AP

Published on 29-09-2019

Gold cuts losses after US-China reports

Gold pared some losses on Friday after falling more than 1.0 per cent as investors opted for the safety of the metal following reports the United States is considering delisting Chinese companies from US stock exchanges.

Published on 29-09-2019

Woman charged over NSW carpark deaths

A woman has been charged with manslaughter after two women, including her daughter, were hit and killed in a shopping centre carpark in northern NSW.

Published on 29-09-2019

‘Distraught’ champ collapses on track

Two runners turned immediately at the finish line and walked back up the track to where American sprint star English Gardner lay forlorn and alone in the middle of the Doha Stadium.

Published on 29-09-2019

‘NASTY SURPRISE’: Russia goes silent on mysterious drill hole

It was a tiny hole, drilled by hand then carefully concealed but it caused an international scandal — now Russia has admitted it knows what happened.

Published on 28-09-2019

Increased security at Afghan voting centres after bomb attacks

More than 70,000 security forces have been deployed across Afghanistan as voters head to the polls after at least four people were killed and 80 wounded in bomb and mortar attacks on voting centres. The twice delayed vote is taking place after Taliban-US peace talks collapsed earlier this month. The two main candidates are Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah, who have shared power since 2014 in a unity government. Image: AP

Published on 28-09-2019

‘Totally exposed’: Trump scandal grows

Donald Trump’s “false bravado” about the 2020 election has been “totally exposed” by the whistleblower scandal, a leading US commentator says.

Published on 28-09-2019

Channel 9’s NRL commentary fallout

Channel 9 are reportedly dealing with a major falling out in the commentary box between two of their biggest stars.

Published on 28-09-2019

Ex-Tyrrell detective signs new tell-all deal

One of Australia’s high profile homicide detectives, Gary Jubelin, is set to publish his memoirs in a book and broadcast deal signed with publisher HarperCollins and News Corp.

Published on 28-09-2019

Canada Sees ‘First Significant Snowfall’ of Season

Canadians were greeted with the “first significant snowfall” of the season on Saturday, September 28, Canada’s weather service said. Several areas in Canada’s Alberta province were under a winter storm warning due to “heavy snowfall,” according to weather reports. Calgary, a city in Alberta, was expected to see about four to six inches of snowfall accumulate by Monday morning. This video shows a flurry of snow in Calgary. The weather service said up to 27 inches of snow could collect in some areas within the southwest corner of Alberta. Local media reported the weather caused dangerous driving conditions, with reports of multiple car crashes along snow-covered roads. Snow plows were out trying to clear roads in Alberta that were fully or partially covered in snow, according to the region’s official traffic alerts. The snowstorm was expected to gradually weaken and dissipate by Monday, according to weather reports. Credit: @girlchisholm via Storyful

Published on 28-09-2019

Woman dies in multi-vehicle crash in Sydney

A woman is dead and four others have been injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Sydney's north-west.

Published on 27-09-2019

Egypt forces block anti-Sisi protests

Egyptian police dispersed a protest in Cairo while mounting a huge show of force in the centre and other cities after calls to demonstrate against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

Published on 27-09-2019

Canada killers’ chilling video confession

The Canadian teenage friends who killed an Australian man during a days-long murderous rampage shot six chilling videos before they killed themselves where they vowed to kill more people, police have revealed.

Published on 27-09-2019

Sinodinos to leave senate in November

Arthur Sinodinos has confirmed he will leave the Senate in November before replacing Joe Hockey as Australia's ambassador to the United States, in Washington. Senator Sinodinos has written to the NSW Liberal Director to announce his planned departure, according to The Australian. The 62-year-old leaves parliament after eight years. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 27-09-2019

AFL funny man’s hilarious ‘jail’ tale

Former AFL ruckman Daniel Gorringe has made a name for himself since hanging up the boots with hilarious tales from his playing days.

Published on 26-09-2019

Google boss rejects code of conduct

Google is attempting to convince the government it doesn't need regulation, saying the company can instead work with the media to drive "sustainable growth" for journalism. The Chief Executive rejected the competition regulator's idea to develop a code of conduct designed to govern the tech giant's commercial relationships with media organisations.

Published on 26-09-2019

‘CLOSE TO A SPY’: Trump hints at death penalty for whistleblower

Donald Trump has issued a chilling threat to a whistleblower, likening them to a “spy” and hinting at “treason” — which carries the death penalty.

Published on 26-09-2019

Four Takeaways From the Whistleblower Complaint

A whistleblower complaint released Thursday alleges President Trump sought to use the powers of his office to coerce Ukraine to investigate a political rival. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib examines four key takeaways from the report. Photo: JIM LO SCALZO/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

Published on 26-09-2019

Scathing review finds teaching standards are not being met in NSW

A scathing review has found new standards designed to improve the quality of teaching in New South Wales is poorly regulated and doing little to boost outcomes for students across the board. The report from the state's auditor general raised concerns there was no authority ensuring minimum standards were met.

Published on 26-09-2019

Princess Beatrice announces engagement to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi

Buckingham Palace has announced Princess Beatrice's engagement to property tycoon Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. The wedding will take place in 2020, but no further details have been announced. The Duke of York tweeted a photo of the happy couple to make the announcement. In a statement, the couple said "we are extremely happy to be able to share the news of our recent engagement. We are both so excited to be embarking on this life adventure together and can't wait to be married". Image: Instagram/Princess Eugenie

Published on 26-09-2019

The Brady Bunch turns 50

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Published on 25-09-2019

China opens new $11b airport

China has officially opened its new $11 billion airport located in the Chinese capital, Beijing. The Daxing International Airport is 700,000 square metres and is said to be the world's largest terminal in a single building. Seven domestic airlines are expected to operate from the airport including international carriers British Airways and Cathay Pacific. Image: Getty

Published on 25-09-2019

AFL star’s ‘devastating’ family tragedy

Toby Greene and his GWS teammates are preparing for the biggest game of their lives on Saturday when they take on Richmond in the 2019 AFL Grand Final.

Published on 25-09-2019

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Published on 24-09-2019

‘NO ONE IS ABOVE THE LAW’: Impeachment bid launched against Trump

House speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced formal impeachment proceedings against US President Donald Trump, saying he “breached his constitutional responsibilities”.

Published on 24-09-2019

BREAKING: Impeachment bid launched against Trump

BREAKING: Impeachment bid launched against Trump

Published on 24-09-2019

Hero goes viral for burn of all burns

Stay petty, Philadelphia.

Published on 24-09-2019

Greta’s perfect response to Trump’s jab

US President Donald has taken a subtle jab at a young activist, just hours after she ripped into him and other world leaders at the United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York.

Published on 24-09-2019

Weather Explained

WATCH: Why the “can't predict today’s weather so can't believe climate forecasts” argument is invalid. Sky News Chief Meteorologist Tom Saunders has the details.

Published on 24-09-2019

Mascot Towers owners make emotional plea to govt

Residents of Mascot Towers have made an emotional plea to the government for help as they prepare to pay for urgent repair works next week. The repairs will cost the 130 owners between $5,000- $14,000 a month each for nine months. Banks have refused loans to the residents. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 24-09-2019

Shocking truth behind 5:2 diet

It’s meant to result in fast weight loss, speed up your metabolism and improve your brain health. But one writer put it to the test and things didn’t go to plan …

Published on 23-09-2019

CCTV shows wanted youths in convenience store

Police are appealing for any information on three youths captured on CCTV

Published on 23-09-2019

Venus was ‘once habitable like Earth’

In what could be a chilling forecast of life on earth in the future, scientists say the hottest planet, Venus, once had an “earth-like” atmosphere.

Published on 23-09-2019

Origin star’s shock code-hop link

Queensland star Will Chambers is reportedly being shopped around to rival clubs just days after his shock benching against the Eels.

Published on 23-09-2019

Alan Jones: Folau ‘must be a criminal’

Banned rugby star Israel Folau plan to make a return to international rugby league with Tonga has been met with a mixed response.

Published on 23-09-2019

Face of ancient humans revealed

The Denisovans are one of the most mysterious ancient human relatives but a group of scientists have managed to create a portrait of what they may have looked like.

Published on 23-09-2019

Kyrgios may have found his calling

Immature schoolboy one day, mastercoach the next.

Published on 22-09-2019

Stars begin to arrive at Emmys 2019 Red Carpet

Celebrities are arriving at the 2019 Emmys Red Carpet.

Published on 22-09-2019

John Singleton in talks for $80M radio deal

Advertising veteran John Singleton has inked an $80 million deal to sell out of his landmark radio station, ending six decades in the industry. Nine is seeking to buy his 32.2 per cent stake, which controls 54.5 per cent of the company home to 2GB radio in Sydney and 3AW in Melbourne, after Fairfax Media's takeover. All eyes are now turned to see whether Sydney investor Mark Carnegie will accept the offer, which stands until October 14. Image: Getty

Published on 22-09-2019

World loses it over ‘extraordinary’ recovery

Part Cirque du Soleil, part Shaolin monk and part Monty Python. Egyptian goalkeeper Mahmoud Gad is all hero.

Published on 22-09-2019

Tirana Residents Gather Outside After Earthquake Shakes Albanian City

An earthquake with a recorded magnitude of 5.6 hit Albania on September 21, shaking Tirana and the port town of Durres. Local media reported that at least 68 people were taken to hospital with injuries, but none of the reported injuries were serious. This video shows residents in Tirana’s Yzberisht district assembling outside away from buildings after the earthquake hit the city. Reuters reported that the earthquake struck 19 miles (30 kilometers) west of Tirana, and that one apartment building in Durres was severely damaged. Credit: Nadia Lika via Storyful

Published on 21-09-2019

Film trailer – The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Watch the trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

Published on 21-09-2019

Morrison most travelled PM since Rudd

The Prime Minister has reportedly been on more overseas trips in his first year in the top job than any of his five predecessors. Mr Morrison has taken 13 foreign trips in total - beating Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd - who made 12 trips in his first year, reported by The Australian. Mr Morrison - like former leader John Howard - stayed away from China and the US during his first year in office. This weekend the Prime Minister became the first to be treated to a state dinner in the US since 2006.

Published on 21-09-2019

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Published on 21-09-2019

Man, constable punched in Sydney’s CBD

A man has been charged with assault after punching a man on the street and a police officer in Sydney's CBD.

Published on 20-09-2019

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Published on 20-09-2019

Jittery Japan reward home fans with opening win

Kotaro Matsushima scored a sizzling hat-trick as hosts Japan recovered from a torrid start to beat Russia 30-10 in their Rugby World Cup opener.

Published on 20-09-2019

NFL star’s axing could cost him $44m

The New England Patriots released Antonio Brown after just 11 days on Friday amid an ongoing NFL investigation into allegations of rape and sexual assault.

Published on 20-09-2019

Extreme Weather Outlook

WATCH: A gusty cool change is moving across southern Australia, but will it bring rain? Sky News Chief Meteorologist Tom Saunders has the details.

Published on 19-09-2019

PM Morrison en route to the United States

Supplied video obtained Friday, September 20, 2019, of Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jennifer en route to the United States where they will meet with US President Donald Trump in Washington. Morrison says Australia has a great relationship with the United States. "The president and I have a good relationship, outstanding one," he says. "But it's bigger than both of us. It's about the enduring relationship between Australia, the United States, and what that means for both of our security, both of our prosperity. "We've been great partners for a long time and always will be." (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Scott Morrison)

Published on 19-09-2019

Global Strike 4 Climate: Big numbers expected across Australia

As many as 200,000 people could strike across Australia today in favour of stronger action on climate change.

Published on 19-09-2019

‘ALL OUT WAR’: Furious Iran threatens America after Saudi oil attacks

The Islamic Republic of Iran has issued a chilling threat that a military strike on the nation could trigger an “all out war”, warning it will defend itself to the “last US soldier”.

Published on 19-09-2019

Bowler’s insane 63-year piece of history

Hampshire fast bowler Kyle Abbott has picked up 17 wickets in a County Championship Division One match to help his side beat title-chasing Somerset by 136 runs.

Published on 18-09-2019

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Published on 18-09-2019

Woman’s shocking psoriasis goes viral

Sabrina’s skin condition covers 90% of her body and doctors have labelled it the ‘worst case they’ve ever seen’.

Published on 18-09-2019

Massive change to Qantas points

As of today, the way we spend Qantas points has changed. Here’s what you should know about the biggest revamp in the history of the frequent flyer program.

Published on 17-09-2019

US files civil suit against Edward Snowden

The United States is suing NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden for all the money he earned from his new book after allegedly failing to submit it for review. The civil suit has been filed a day after Snowden's memoir "permanent record" was published in the US. Image: AP

Published on 17-09-2019

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Published on 17-09-2019

10 young guns you need in SuperCoach

The early rounds of SuperCoach Racing belong to the colts and fillies with five Group 1s with fields restricted to three-year-olds all up for grabs.

Published on 17-09-2019

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Published on 17-09-2019

Israel votes in second election

The first exit polls following Israel's second general election of 2019 show the results are too close to call. The elections will decide whether long-time leader Benjamin Netanyahu can stay in power despite corruption allegations. Mr Netanyahu is the longest-serving prime minister in the country's history, and is looking for his fourth consecutive term in office. He was prime minister from June 1996 until July 1999 and has held the post since March 2009.

Published on 17-09-2019

Daniel Andrews becomes nation’s highest paid state leader

Victoria's Labor Premier Daniel Andrews has locked-in a $46,000 pay rise, making him the nation's highest paid state leader. Mr Andrews will now be paid $441,000 a year after securing annual increases of 12 per cent. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 17-09-2019

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Published on 17-09-2019

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Published on 16-09-2019

Weather Now

WATCH: Our latest update on the most significant weather impacting Australia.

Published on 16-09-2019

Snow Report

WATCH: The snow forecast for Australia's ski fields.

Published on 16-09-2019

Spring Snowstorm Sweeps Across Katoomba, Australia

Residents of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales woke on Tuesday, September 17, to a spring snowstorm. This video was taken from a home in Katoomba, New South Wales. According to the Bureau of Meteorology, snow was starting to fall on the Great Western Highway at around 6 am local time. Weather reports varied widely across New South Wales on Tuesday – forecasters predicted wind gusts and heavy rain across Sydney. On Monday, a bushfire was burning in Drake and officials warned residents to take shelter as the blaze approached. According to news reports, temperatures in Sydney dropped 7 degrees Celsius in one hour on Monday night. Credit: @plummti via Storyful

Published on 16-09-2019

Looks like Iran was behind Saudi oil attacks: Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said it looked like Iran was behind attacks on oil plants in Saudi Arabia at the weekend that raised fears of a fresh Middle East conflict, but added that he did not want war with anyone. Nathan Frandino reports.

Published on 16-09-2019

Why the best ‘gaming’ stocks might actually be board-game companies

Board-game sales were estimated at around $1.5 billion in 2018, more than double their 2013 levels and projected to surge to $12 billion by 2023.

Published on 16-09-2019

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Published on 16-09-2019

Iran dismisses oil strike accusations

Iran has dismissed US accusations it was behind drone attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil plants. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has lashed out at the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for suggesting Tehran was behind drone attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil plants. Mr Zarid said Washington was adopting a “maximum pressure” strategy, but it was actually leading towards “maximum deceit”. His remarks come after Mr Pompeo described the Saturday attack as "unprecedented" and pointed the finger at Tehran,despite Yemen's Houthi rebels claiming responsibility. Saudi Arabia's energy minister said 5.7 million barrels a day of oil production were lost, and the supply of ethane and natural gas was also cut by around half, according to preliminary estimates. Image: AP

Published on 15-09-2019

What to watch on TV, streaming and at the movies – September 16th – September 22nd

Brad Pitt has been busy in Hollywood with his latest possible Oscar nomination, Ad Astra. Meanwhile, Seth Rogan has produced the insanely hilarious Good Boys, if you are ready to see 12-year-old boys dropping F-bombs like no tomorrow.

Published on 15-09-2019

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Published on 15-09-2019

Woman, 32, found dead at a Perth home

A 32-year-old woman has been found dead in a home in Perth's northern suburbs. The woman's family broke into the Nollamara property after numerous attempts to reach her failed. A man known to the woman is assisting homicide detectives with their investigation. Anyone with any information has been urged to phone police.

Published on 15-09-2019

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Published on 15-09-2019

Trump to host Warmbiers for dinner

US President Donald Trump is expected to host the family of a US student who died shortly after returning home from North Korea. Otto Warmbier died after he was detained in the rogue nation for more than 17 months and was released to the US in 2017 in a comatose state where died less than a week later. The 21-year-old student was on a group tour when he was detained for allegedly trying to steal a propaganda poster in January 2016. A US judge has ordered North Korea to pay more than $700 million in damages to the family of Mr Warmbier following his death. His parents filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the North Korean government, which it did not contest. Image: AP

Published on 14-09-2019

Child found in car with dead woman

A man and a woman have died after they were found in a white Audi in Melbourne’s east last night, but a child also found in the car was unharmed.

Published on 14-09-2019

Public dobbing to crackdown on welfare cheats

Public tipsters have been ratting out their welfare-rorting friends and relatives using a hotline set up as part of a broader crackdown on welfare cheats. New figures show more than 250 calls have been made to a hotline, designed to weed-out people cheating the system and more than 90,000 tip offs were submitted last financial year. In one case, a worker who lied about their income by $47,000 was sentenced to jail, and another was forced to repay $14,000 in overpayments.

Published on 14-09-2019

How to handle a jealous friend

What should you do if a close friend is overly demanding and jealous of the time you spend with your other friends? Here’s what the experts say.

Published on 14-09-2019

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Published on 14-09-2019

Paine explains as Warne rips shock call

England is in the box seat to win the fifth Ashes Test after a commanding performance with the bat in its second innings on day three.

Published on 14-09-2019

‘I AM DEEPLY ASHAMED’: Felicity Huffman sent to jail, breaks down in tears

Desperate Housewives star Felicity Huffman has been sentenced to jail time for her role in the college admissions scandal.

Published on 13-09-2019

Ardern announces new bill to further overhaul NZ gun laws

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced a bill to further overhaul the country's gun laws. The move comes as part of the government's response to the Christchurch mosque attacks which killed 51 people earlier this year. The bill, introduced to parliament on Saturday, would create a firearms register to track every gun, strengthen gun licensing requirements and increase penalties for breaches.

Published on 13-09-2019

Adele’s multimillion-dollar split

ADELE has filed for divorce from her husband Simon Konecki, according to legal documents, raising big questions about how her massive estate will be divided.

Published on 13-09-2019

Opinion: Meet Kevin Faulconer, San Diego’s First ‘Yimby’ Mayor

During San Diego's State of City address on January 15, 2019, Mayor Kevin Faulconer explained why "We must change from a city that shouts 'Not in my backyard' to one that proclaims 'Yes, in my backyard.'" Image: Chris Carlson/AP

Published on 13-09-2019

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Published on 13-09-2019

Opinion: Democrats Abandon the Sane Center

Declarations: During the Democratic debate on September 12, 2019, the candidates showed little sign of being aware they're going too far left. Image: Win McNamee/Getty Images

Published on 13-09-2019

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Published on 12-09-2019

USA lose: NBA star says ‘don’t disrespect us’ after worst ever result

Deposed champions the United States lost 94-89 to Serbia in a dead-rubber at the Basketball World Cup on Thursday, a day after surrendering their 13-year unbeaten run.

Published on 12-09-2019

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Published on 12-09-2019

NBA superstar’s ruthless Insta call out

Kobe Bryant was a savage competitor on the basketball court. His killer instinct on the hardwood was second to none.

Published on 12-09-2019

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Published on 12-09-2019

Opinion: Timing of Russian Spy Leak Raises Serious Questions

Potomac Watch: The same media outlets that pushed the Trump, Russia collusion narrative are now pushing a high-value Russian spy storyline. But once again it’s the timing of the leak that raises the most questions. Image: Alexey Nikolsky/AFP/Getty Images

Published on 12-09-2019

Deadly Floods in Eastern Spain Submerge Train Tunnel, Crumble Wall

Severe flooding has killed two people and destroyed buildings in parts of eastern Spain, with a drop in temperature causing torrential rain in multiple regions on Thursday, September 12, including the province of Valencia. This footage, described as filmed in the municipality of La Font de la Figuera, shows flooding caused by the heavy rain. Font de la Figuera’s tunnel for the AVE – Spain’s high-speed Alva Velocidad Espanola train – was reportedly swamped by the rainfall, which also ruined nearby fields and rural roads, according to a local report by Las Privincias. Spanish media reported that a 51-year-old woman and her 61-year-old brother had been found dead in an overturned car that floodwaters had washed away in Caudete, about 12 miles southwest of La Font de la Figuera. Credit: Andreu Carreres via Storyful

Published on 12-09-2019

Pattinson ignored for Ashes finale. There are bigger plans for him

James Pattinson missed out on a recall for the final Ashes Test but the express paceman is poised for a “really exciting six months” at home, with Australia keen to unleash the fit-again beast in home conditions.

Published on 11-09-2019

Flintoff escapes horiffic Top Gear wreck

Former England star Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff has miraculously walked away from a 200km/h crash while filming for Top Gear on the same track where former presenter Richard Hammond also dodged death.

Published on 11-09-2019

Gold Coast millionaire jailed for 15 years for killing his wife

Gold Coast millionaire John Chardon has been sentenced to a maximum of 15 years in jail over the death of his fifth wife Novy Chardon more than six years ago. The 72-year-old was found guilty of her manslaughter but not guilty of murder on Monday. The 34-year-old disappeared from the couple's Gold Coast home in 2013 after Chardon received a letter from his wife's divorce lawyer. Her body has never been found. Chardon will be eligible for parole after 12 years behind bars. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 11-09-2019

Burn belly fat in 7 days

Shred your winter weight with this meal plan designed to shrink your waistline in a week.

Published on 11-09-2019

I tried the latest Keto diet, and wow

It’s the latest trend that promises fast weight loss without having to give up carbs — or wine.

Published on 11-09-2019

Peak-hour train pain on Frankston line

The Frankston line has been suspended in morning peak hour after a person was hit by a train.

Published on 11-09-2019

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Published on 11-09-2019

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Published on 10-09-2019

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Published on 10-09-2019

Regional Forecast

WATCH: The latest forecast for Australia's major urban and regional centres.

Published on 10-09-2019

Snow Report

WATCH: The snow forecast for Australia's ski fields.

Published on 10-09-2019

Weather Now

WATCH: Our latest update on the most significant weather impacting Australia.

Published on 10-09-2019

Blast at US Embassy in Kabul on Sept 11

A rocket has exploded at the US Embassy in Afghanistan just minutes into the anniversary of the September 11 attacks.

Published on 10-09-2019

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Published on 10-09-2019

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Sticky fumes at ‘sarcastic’ NRL TV host

Raiders coach Ricky Stuart has fired off at the critics of disgraced forward Hudson Young including NRL360 host Ben Ikin saying he is offended by having his integrity questioned.

Published on 10-09-2019

Australia’s property investment capital

One state has taken out top honours, making up almost half the top 100 suburbs where property investors can make money.

Published on 10-09-2019

RAW: Firefighters work to save properties in Angourie, NSW

Supplied video obtained Tuesday, September 10, 2019, showing firefighters dowsing properties at Angourie, just to the South of Yamba, on Monday evening in an attempt to protect them from falling embers. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Mark Hansen/Woodburn RFB)

Published on 09-09-2019

Trump declares peace talks with Taliban are ‘dead’

The US President says talks with the Taliban, which are aimed at ending an 18-year war with Afghanistan, are dead. Donald Trump cancelled secret plans to host a Taliban delegation in the US at the weekend, after the militant group admitted to killing a US soldier. The Taliban said the US would "lose the most" for cancelling talks. Image: AP

Published on 09-09-2019

Bouchard breaks two million hearts

Eugenie Bouchard looked to be over her US Open first round exit as she frolicked in the ocean with her new boyfriend.

Published on 09-09-2019

Sunshine Coast blaze may have been arson

A fire that's destroyed homes and forced hundreds of people to flee on Queensland's Sunshine Coast may have been deliberately lit.

Published on 09-09-2019

UK House of Commons speaker resigns

After 10 years in the job, House of Commons speaker John Bercow has announced he will stand down from British parliament on October 31. Watched by his wife Sally from the gallery, Mr Bercow said he would stay in his post until Brexit day at the latest because it was the "least disruptive" timetable. Meanwhile, British Parliament will be suspended on Tuesday until mid-October. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to try and force another election but opposition parties have decided they don’t want to back him and polling suggests Mr Johnson would not win an election outright, according to a senior Tory advisor who lost his job at the weekend. Polling and modelling discussed by senior Number 10 figures suggests the Tories would win about 295 to 300 seats in an election. This is short of the 325 needed for an outright majority and would likely mean more gridlock and uncertainty in parliament. Mr Johnson said he “wants to get a deal” and not doing so would be a “failure of statecraft”. Image: Getty

Published on 09-09-2019

Today in History: September 10

Highlights in history on this date:

Published on 09-09-2019

’They don’t know how evil she actually is’

An intense rivalry that’s been playing out for almost the entire season of Australian Survivor finally came to an end on Monday night’s episode, when ‘Dirty Harry’ ousted ‘Godmother’ Janine from the game.

Published on 09-09-2019

Regional Forecast

WATCH: The latest forecast for Australia's major urban and regional centres.

Published on 09-09-2019

Snow Report

WATCH: The snow forecast for Australia's ski fields.

Published on 09-09-2019

SuperCoach Racing L-Plate Guide

SuperCoach Racing is here, and it’s your chance to live like Lloyd Williams or John Singleton and chase Group One glory with your very own stable of equine superstars.

Published on 09-09-2019

Snow Report

WATCH: The snow forecast for Australia's ski fields.

Published on 08-09-2019

Teen dead, passengers injured in Vic crash

A teenager is dead and two other men are seriously injured after a crash on a Victorian road.

Published on 08-09-2019

Website blocks for extreme terror content

Internet service providers are being directed to block access to eight websites that continue to provide access to video of the Christchurch terror attacks or manifesto of the accused gunman.

Published on 08-09-2019

Sarah Henderson pre-selected for Senate vacancy in Vic

Former Liberal MP Sarah Henderson has been pre-selected to fill a Senate vacancy in Victoria. State Liberals voted for the former marginal seat MP to replace Former Communications Minister Mitch Fifield. Mr Fifield resigned from parliament to take up an appointment as Australia's next ambassador to the United Nations. With Prime Minister Scott Morrison's support, Ms Henderson beat rival Greg Mirabella for the spot. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 08-09-2019

Firefighters warn Qld residents to remain alert as 51 fires tear through the state

Authorities in Queensland have urged residents to remain alert with large wind gusts predicted on Monday. Firefighters are working to control 51 fires currently burning in the state. So far 21 structures have been lost to fire, 15 of which were homes and one the heritage listed Binna Burra Lodge in the Gold Coast hinterland. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 08-09-2019

Teen killed as horror year on our roads continues

A teenager died and two other young people were seriously injured following a crash in Gisborne last night.

Published on 08-09-2019

Jacqui Lambie piles pressure on John Setka

Construction boss John Setka is under mounting pressure to resign, as the Senate prepares to scrutinise draft laws to ban union officials who repeatedly break the law.

Published on 08-09-2019

Image released in Qld woman’s death probe

A man's image has been released by police investigating the death of 26-year-old Ioli Hadjilyra, whose body was found in a Brisbane park last week.

Published on 08-09-2019

Captain Cook’s Endeavour may be found

The search for Captain James Cook's Endeavour may soon be completed, with archaeologists announcing a shipwreck found at the bottom of a US harbour is increasingly looking like the historically significant vessel.

Published on 08-09-2019

Chardon trial: jury deliberations resume

A Gold Coast businessman accused of murdering his wife amid their divorce could soon learn his fate, will the jury at his trial set to resume deliberations.

Published on 08-09-2019

Typhoon Lingling kills three

At least three people have been killed and thousands of homes are without power after Typhoon Lingling battered South Korea. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has chaired an emergency meeting of government officials as the cyclone heads north. There are fears the storm could damage crops in the North, which suffers from severe food shortages. Image: AP

Published on 07-09-2019

Government to confirm Tasmania housing debt deal

The federal government is expected to confirm a landmark deal with Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie to forgive the state's $157 million public housing debt. It's understood Senator Lambie struck a deal in early July which saw her support the Coalition's signature tax policy. The federal housing minister is tipped to reveal the details of the agreement on Sunday. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 07-09-2019

Helicopter recovery mission to resume

A recovery mission will resume on Sunday morning to find the bodies of five people believed to have been killed when their helicopter crashed off the NSW north coast. The chopper had been flying in dangerous winds when it plunged into Fingal Bay near Port Stephens on Friday night. Tracking data shows the aircraft dropped at rapid speed, before disappearing off the radar. It's understood the chopper had been traveling from Brisbane, to Sydney's south west.

Published on 07-09-2019

Fake cops ‘issues fine’, escort victim to ATM for cash

SA Police have arrested another police officer — or at least a man pretending to be. And a second man is still wanted.

Published on 07-09-2019

Major shift forecast for housing market

Sydney’s housing market has been forecast to rebound over the next three years after a nearly two-year downturn, but there will be a marked split in the fortunes of house and unit owners.

Published on 07-09-2019

Man charged after Melbourne stabbing

A man has been charged with murder after a body was found with stab wounds at a property in Melbourne's inner west. Two men were arrested by homicide detectives after the body was found at a property in Maidstone on Friday night. A 26-year-old man has been charged with one count of murder, while the other man was released. Authorities believe the victim and suspect were known to each other.

Published on 07-09-2019

Pippa Midleton steals spotlight at sister’s wedding

Pippa Middleton's bottom gained a lot of attention after she carried her sister Kate's dress down the aisle.

Published on 07-09-2019

PM eyes national rollout of cashless debit card

The Prime Minister could rollout the cashless debit card nationally but is prepared to ensure communities embrace the program before it's expanded. Mr Morrison said the results from the program's trials could be expanded for an under-30s age group. The program quarantines 80 per cent of unemployment and other welfare payments to prevent them being spent on alcohol, drugs or gambling. Mr Morrison is also defending his plan to introduce drug testing for job seekers as "justifiable government intervention" to help people get back on their feet. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 07-09-2019

Williams struggles in US Open final

Canadian teen Bianca Andreescu won the first set of the US Open women’s final over 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams 6-3.

Published on 07-09-2019

Fire emergency declared in NSW and Qld

Firefighters and residents in Queensland and New South Wales are preparing for another horror day of bush fires with affected areas unlikely to see rain for the next seven days. A number of properties and businesses have been destroyed by fire and hundreds have been forced to evacuate in the southeast region of Queensland. Emergency warnings are still in place in both states with authorities estimating more than 60 fires raging in NSW alone. Fire crews spent Saturday night on scene battling the fires at near Ebor and Glen Innes, but windy conditions hampered efforts to contain the infernos. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 07-09-2019

Wedding business up in flames in Chippendale

A Chippendale wedding business has been gutted by fire.

Published on 06-09-2019

English star embarrassing his mates

England star Rory Burns is putting the rest of the opening batsmen to shame this Ashes series as the top-order specialist shows everyone else how to handle the new ball in English conditions.

Published on 06-09-2019

Qld, NSW residents flee bushfires

Residents in parts of northern NSW and southern Queensland are being urged to seek shelter with some being told it's “too late to leave” as a number of bushfires burn out of control.

Published on 06-09-2019

The F1 rumour we all hope is true

Fernando Alonso hinted he is considering making a return to Formula One following an overhaul of the rules for the 2021 season.

Published on 06-09-2019

Meet the futuristic Aussie next generation soldier

Take a look at the high tech helmet that the Australian next-gen soldier might be wearing by 2035.

Published on 06-09-2019

Extreme Weather Outlook

WATCH: Gusty, damaging winds for the Southeast and heavy rainfall and flash flooding for Eastern Tasmania on Saturday. Sky News Meteorologist Alison Osbourne has the details.

Published on 06-09-2019

Tamil family deportation case delayed until September 18

A Tamil family have just 11 days to make their case for protection after they were spared immediate deportation to Sri Lanka. The Federal Court extended an injunction preventing the government from removing a Tamil family’s two-year-old daughter from the country on Friday. The family will remain in Australia until at least 4pm on September 18 after a federal court delayed the hearing. Priya and her husband arrived separately to Australia by boat several years ago, reportedly fleeing persecution in Sri Lanka. When Priya's temporary visa expired in 2018, the family was taken from its home in Biloela and held in a Melbourne detention centre before being transferred to Christmas Island last Saturday. Labor has ramped up pressure on the government to guarantee the fast-tracking of their case to re-enter Australia if they are forced to leave the country.

Published on 06-09-2019

‘Ridiculous’: Eddie slams jumper clash

Footy social media went into meltdown over the strip clash in the Qualifying Final between Geelong and Collingwood.

Published on 06-09-2019

Boris Johnson’s bid for early election to be blocked by MPs

Opposition party leaders have agreed to once again block Boris Johnson's demand for a snap general election, meaning the UK is unlikely to head to the polls before November. Following a conference call on Friday morning, hosted by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, the parties agreed not to support the prime minister's call to go to the polls on 15 October. They will therefore vote against a parliamentary motion the government are planning to table on Monday, meaning Mr Johnson's fifth defeat in the House of Commons now looms. The prime minister has demanded a snap election after opposition MPs - helped by a group of Conservative rebels - successfully passed legislation to block a no-deal Brexit on 31 October. Image: AP

Published on 06-09-2019

Communication lost with India moon lander

Communications between India's moon mission lander and the ground station have been lost minutes before its scheduled landing, the Indian Space Research Organisation's chairman says.

Published on 06-09-2019

Qld on alert as fires burn, one home lost

A fast-moving blaze had destroyed a house in far north Queensland as firefighters in the state's south brace for dire fire conditions.

Published on 05-09-2019

Centrelink drug tests just ‘common sense‘

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has said it’s just “common sense” to drug test people who receive Centrelink benefits.

Published on 05-09-2019

STRIKE FORCE LAMPREY

Detectives dismantled a large-scale drug supply network after nine people were arrested and charged during an operation across the Central Coast.

Published on 05-09-2019

Dorian Winds Batter US Flag Off North Carolina Coast

A US flag on a tower 34 miles off Cape Fear on North Carolina’s coast was buffeted by high winds on Thursday, September 5, as Hurricane Dorian moved north up the eastern seaboard. Footage of the flag was being streamed live from Explore.org’s camera on the Frying Pan Tower. The camera also gives a bird’s-eye view of the churning ocean surrounding the light station. A spokesperson for the company said on Thursday afternoon that the camera was running on a generator and may only continue working for another 24 to 36 hours. A flag at the same location drew attention during Hurricane Florence in September 2018, almost one year prior to Hurricane Dorian, when forceful winds left it in shreds. The National Weather Service in Wilmington on Thursday warned of “increasing winds and seas” into the night, saying winds off the North Carolina coast would reach hurricane force in the evening. Credit: Explore.org via Storyful

Published on 05-09-2019

Opinion: Eric Holder’s Redistricting Coup

The National Democratic Redistricting Committee, led by former Obama Attorney General Eric Holder, is spending in key states to influence State Supreme Court races, with the end goal of redrawing election maps. Image: Kevin Wolf / AP

Published on 05-09-2019

NOAA ‘Hurricane Hunters’ Fly Into Eye of Dorian Off South Carolina

“Hurricane Hunters” with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Aircraft Operations Center flew into the eye of Hurricane Dorian as it moved along north near east coast of South Carolina on September 5. In a cockpit video of the flight, pilots can be seen flying through thick clouds before the weather clears up as the plane approaches the eye. The National Hurricane Center said on September 5 that Dorian was producing dangerous winds, storm surge, and flooding across many parts of the Carolinas. Credit: Lt. Kevin Doremus, NOAA via Storyful

Published on 05-09-2019

Star’s haunting message before death

Up-and-coming Texas country singer Kylie Rae Harris has died after being involved in a car crash in New Mexico on Wednesday night — shortly after posting a series of emotional videos to Instagram in which she spoke about the death of people close to her.

Published on 05-09-2019

Live export worker ‘paid to gather evidence of animal cruelty’

A live export worker claims animal activists paid him several thousand dollars to gather evidence of animal cruelty. The Pakistani seafarer was asked to film suffering sheep and send it to the activist group in an effort to pressure the government to shut down the trade. Vision shot by the worker was leaked to Animals Australia and used in a news report that garnered national attention and triggered a crackdown on the industry. The organisation has repeatedly denied paying for the footage.

Published on 05-09-2019

Nicki Minaj’s shock retirement from music

Rapper Nicki Minaj has said she is retiring from the music industry.

Published on 05-09-2019

Tamil family to learn fate on Friday

A Tamil family will find out on Friday whether their last bid to seek asylum in Australia has been successful. The case will return to Melbourne's federal court after it was delayed earlier this week. Priya and her husband arrived separately to Australia by boat several years ago, reportedly fleeing persecution in Sri Lanka. However when Priya's temporary visa expired in 2018, the family was taken from their home in Biloela and held in a Melbourne detention centre before being transferred to Christmas Island last Saturday. They were granted an injunction after their lawyers argued their youngest daughter had never been assessed for a protection visa. A decision on whether her application has been successful is expected to be handed down on Friday.

Published on 05-09-2019

Surprising item set for $3 billion boom

Meat your future, Australia.

Published on 04-09-2019

Hurricane Dorian bears down on the US coast

Residents in evacuation zones across North and South Carolina are being urged to leave as Hurricane Dorian bears down on the US Coast. The category two storm is bringing heavy rain and gusty winds to the south-east. Hundreds of thousands of people are evacuating to shelters, and some international flights have been cancelled. Image: AP

Published on 04-09-2019

Serena’s touching tribute to coach-father

The mother in Serena Williams is helping her appreciate the precious parenting gifts she received as a daughter.

Published on 04-09-2019

AFP raids home of former government advisor

The Australian Federal Police has raided a Canberra home linked to a current Commonwealth Official. Police spent several hours at the property before leaving with bags believed to contain seized evidence. Just weeks ago the AFP revealed it was closing in on the suspect whistleblower behind News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst's stories. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 04-09-2019

Foreign minister welcomes progress in HK

Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne has welcomed Hong Kong's removal of the extradition bill that sparked months of violent protests.

Published on 04-09-2019

Marchers Gather at World Economic Forum in Cape Town to Protest Violence Against Women

Demonstrators marched on the International Convention Centre in Cape Town, South Africa, where the World Economic Forum was being held, on September 4, to protest the government’s inability to stop violence against women, news reports said. The protests were sparked by outrage over the rape and murder of a 19-year-old University of Cape Town student. Demonstrators chanted “we want a state of emergency,” media reported. According to the South African Police Service, 2,930 women were murdered in South Africa from April 2017 to March 2018; 36,731 “sexual offences” against women were reported during the same period. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa responded in a press conference on Wednesday, expressing his condolences for the women who have been killed, and his commitment to “bring an end to the abuse of women and children in our land.” Reports said police and security forces suppressed the protest using stun grenades and water cannons. Credit: Diana Berkowitz via Storyful

Published on 04-09-2019

Lamborghini’s surprising new supercar

Lamborghini has given a glimpse into its electrified future with a new V12-powered monster that uses innovative hybrid technology.

Published on 04-09-2019

Iran looks to increase uranium enrichment

Iran says it will take another step away from a 2015 nuclear deal by starting to develop centrifuges to speed up its uranium enrichment but it also gave European powers two more months to try to save the multilateral pact.

Published on 04-09-2019

Sledge exposes brutal Ferrari truth

Oh how fickle the F1 can be.

Published on 04-09-2019

Trailer: Bad Boys for Life

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are back in their new movie Bad Boys for Life.

Published on 04-09-2019

Australian selectors swing Ashes axe

Usman Khawaja has paid the price for poor Ashes form and is the unlucky batsman to make way for returning star Steve Smith in the Fourth Test.

Published on 02-09-2019

Toddler dead, pair arrested in Melbourne

A toddler is dead and Victoria Police have spent the night interviewing a man and woman.

Published on 02-09-2019

New SA tourism ad branded ‘ageist’, sad

The South Australian Tourism Commission's latest advertising campaign featuring an older man crying has been labelled "bizarre", "ageist" and "depressing".

Published on 02-09-2019

Indonesian ore ban propels nickel prices

Nickel prices hit five-year highs overnight due to worries about shortages as top producer Indonesia said it would stop ore exports from January 2020, two years earlier than initially flagged.

Published on 02-09-2019

Australian energy company to undertake mass job cuts

Origin Energy will cut around 140 jobs from its Adelaide call centre, announcing the move after a review into its international customer service network. The first round of redundancies will begin next month, closely followed by the second round on November 1. Origin Retail General Manager Jon Briskin says the move was vital in keeping prices down for customers. Image: Getty

Published on 02-09-2019

Boy drowns and 13,000 homes damaged in Hurricane Dorian

An eight-year-old boy has become the first victim of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas, where winds of up to 200mph are ripping roofs from homes, overturning cars and tearing down power lines. The storm has caused devastation over the northern Bahamas, with more than 13,000 homes destroyed or damaged, according to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. The hurricane is expected to head towards the US where more than a million people have been ordered to evacuate. Parts of Georgia and South Carolina are being evacuated in preparation, with forecasters warning Florida is also at risk. Dorian, a category four hurricane, is one of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes ever recorded. Image: NASA Worldview

Published on 02-09-2019

Socceroos coach excited to get started on FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign

Supplied video obtained Tuesday, September 3, 2019, of Socceroos Head Coach Graham Arnold speaking to FFA media ahead of next week's FIFA World Cup qualification match against Kuwait in Kuwait City - Australia's first on the road to Qatar 2022. Arnold says he's excited to get the campaign started. "I have been a year in the job, and I have learnt a lot along the way with the players about their characters and attitudes," he says. "You see them regularly playing and you can see what they can do technically and tactically and physically, but it is not until you work with people that you can work out and see what their mentality is like, and I do believe that we have a great group of boys now. "It's an exciting time for a lot of inexperienced boys, but also for the experienced boys to step up as leaders." (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Football Federation Australia)

Published on 02-09-2019

Man’s airport arrest with one-way ticket

A British man has been dramatically arrested at Brisbane Airport this morning allegedly trying to flee back to the UK a day after police say he was involved in a fatal hit and run.

Published on 02-09-2019

’Intolerable’: Unwanted Leigh Sales kiss

ABC’s 7.30 host Leigh Sales says she has been left “offended and angered” after an unwanted kiss from a man at a charity event in Sydney.

Published on 02-09-2019

Argentina imposes strict currency controls

Argentina will restrict foreign currency purchases to try and stabilise markets as the country faces a deepening financial crisis. Firms will have to get permission from the central bank to sell pesos to buy foreign currency and to make transfers abroad. Exporters will need to liquidate their foreign exchange earnings in the local market within five days. The national financial crisis has been exacerbated by the president's defeat in a recent primary poll and the peso falling to a record low. Image: AP

Published on 02-09-2019

Valentine Holmes handed NFL lifeline

The New York Jets have signed Valentine Holmes to their practice squad.

Published on 01-09-2019

Australia reacts to Delly domination

The Boomers have got their World Cup campaign off to a winning start with a 108-92 win over Canada as Matthew Dellavedova exploded with 24 points on some high quality shooting.

Published on 01-09-2019

Kevin Hart injured in California car crash

Actor-comedian Kevin Hart has been injured in the crash of a vintage muscle car in the hills above Malibu.

Published on 01-09-2019

Ashleigh Barty knocked out of the US open

Video obtained Monday, September 2, 2019, of China's Qiang Wang winning her US Open fourth-round match against Australia's world No.2 Ashleigh Barty in straight sets 6-2 6-4 in New York. (AAP VIDEO/US Open Tennis Championships)(NO ARCHIVING AAP VIDEO BEYOND 48 HOURS)

Published on 01-09-2019

Police shut road after cars, trucks crash

A MAJOR arterial road is facing delays after an earlier multi-vehicle crash involving cars and trucks north of Brisbane.

Published on 01-09-2019

UK MPs to bring law against no-deal Brexit

British MPs opposed to a no-deal Brexit will attempt to pass a law this week to stop Prime Minister Boris Johnson from letting Britain crash out of the EU on October 31, the opposition Labour Party's Brexit spokesman says.

Published on 01-09-2019

Brazil’s Bolsonaro to have hernia surgery

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will have surgery on a hernia that developed following previous operations after he was stabbed at a campaign rally a year ago, hospital authorities say.

Published on 01-09-2019

NSW Labor in a ‘diabolical situation’: Albanese

Anthony Albanese admits NSW Labor is in a ''diabolical situation'' after the state's corruption watchdog heard explosive evidence of alleged illegal donations. Following the ICAC's first week of hearings, the Labor leader called for a "comprehensive review" of the branch's structure. “This behaviour is completely unacceptable to me and I find it quite shocking the revelations,” Mr Albanese said. The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption will begin its second week of hearings on Monday, centring around $100,000, allegedly donated by Chinese billionaire and banned donor Huang Xiangmo. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 01-09-2019

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Published on 01-09-2019

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Published on 01-09-2019

Outbreak of Taliban attacks on Kunduz, Afghanistan

Taliban fighters have stormed the northern Afghan city of Kunduz, setting off a gun battle with security forces. Government air strikes are slowing down militants, who entered the city from four directions, with reports at least three civilians and dozens of fighters have died, and another 10 killed after a suicide bomber targeted city police. The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack, as its leaders hold talks with the United States to finalise a deal for withdrawing American troops. Image: AP

Published on 31-08-2019

East Timor independence 20th anniversary

Tens of thousands of people have turned out in Dili for celebrations to mark 20 years since East Timor voted for independence. But Australians and Timorese alike have also paused to remember the thousands of people killed during decades of brutal Indonesian occupation. Prime Minister Scott Morrison was in Dili for the occasion on Friday, signing off on a new maritime border agreement between the two countries. Image: AP

Published on 31-08-2019

Ex-Murray Bridge jockey dies in NT race tragedy

A Darwin jockey and police officer originally from South Australia has died after a shocking race fall at Fannie Bay yesterday.

Published on 31-08-2019

One killed in France knife attack

One person has been killed and nine others wounded after a knife attack near the French city of Lyon. Emergency services say three of the wounded are in a serious condition. One of the suspected attackers has been arrested, a second man is on the run. Image: AP

Published on 31-08-2019

Lawyer for Tamil family confirms move to Christmas Island

A lawyer for the Tamil family trying to avoid deportation to Sri Lanka has confirmed they have been moved to Christmas Island. Supporters of the family said they were given brief access to a mobile phone so they could provide an update but are now being blocked from communicating with the public. Priya, her husband Nades and their two Australian-born daughters were put on a plane from Melbourne on Thursday night, to be deported to Sri Lanka, but were grounded in Darwin and were granted an Eleventh-hour injunction to pursue a last-ditch legal bid to keep them in Australia. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 31-08-2019

Ellie Goulding and Caspar Jopling leave York Minster after wedding

Newlyweds Ellie Goulding and Caspar Jopling leave York Minster after tying the knot.

Published on 31-08-2019

Category 4 Hurricane Dorian threatens the Bahamas

Authorities in the US have upgraded Hurricane Dorian to a Category 4storm. A state of emergency was declared in Florida on Thursday as the storm continues to threaten the Bahamas and south-eastern coast of the US. US President Donald Trump will spend the weekend at the president's country residence, Camp David, monitoring the path of Hurricane Dorian. Image: AP

Published on 31-08-2019

Suburbs with best home deals

Home seekers will get the fast track to a better price in new housing estates spread along the path of Western Sydney’s major transport links.

Published on 31-08-2019

How to be an auction winner this spring

This spring will require a different approach from buyers hoping to purchase at auction.

Published on 31-08-2019

Big commitment couples fight about

Finding lasting love is half the battle, but surviving a house purchase really tests the mettle of many Australian couples.

Published on 31-08-2019

Man dead after fatal house fire in Ambarvale

A man has died following a fatal fire in Ambarvale overnight.

Published on 30-08-2019

Alabama man serves 36 years for stealing $75

A man from Alabama in the US is set to be released from prison after serving 36 years for stealing $75 from a bakery. A Judge cut short Alvin Kennard's original sentence of life without parole. He was 22-years-old when he was sentenced under Alabama's former three strikes law. Under modern guidelines, he would have been eligible for parole 20 years ago.

Published on 30-08-2019

Ernest Wong accused of lying to ICAC

Former NSW Labor MP Ernest Wong has been accused of giving false testimony at a corruption inquiry into a suspect donation. On his first day of giving evidence, Mr Wong was accused of lying to the commission about the suspect's $100,000 donation to the NSW Labor Party. Chinese billionaire property developer Huang Xiangmo, a banned donor, reportedly donated $100,000 in cash inside an Aldi shopping bag in 2015. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 30-08-2019

Tamil family reportedly taken to Christmas Island

A family of Tamil asylum seekers, who had their last-minute deportation from Australia delayed, have reportedly been taken to Christmas Island. Priya, her husband Nades and their two Australian-born daughters were put on a plane from Melbourne on Thursday night, to be deported to Sri Lanka, but were grounded in Darwin and were granted an Eleventh-hour injunction to pursue a last-ditch legal bid to keep them in Australia. Following a court hearing in Melbourne on Friday, the Immigration Minister has been blocked from removing the child and her family until Wednesday. A friend of the family says they have now been taken to Christmas Island.

Published on 30-08-2019

Satellite Shows Eye of Hurricane Dorian as It Moves Toward Florida

Hurricane Dorian hurtled toward the east coast of Florida on August 30 as satellite imagery showed the eye of the storm moving over the Caribbean. The storm was projected to become a Category 4 storm with winds up to 130 mph as it made landfall in Florida on Monday. Hurricane conditions were projected to hit the northwestern Bahamas by Sunday. This timelapse, taken via a satellite, shows Hurricane Dorian moving parallel to the Bahamas as it moves closer to Florida. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) said in its 2 pm update that the storm was 625 miles (1,005 km) east of West Palm Beach, Florida. Dorian was moving toward the northwest near 10 mph, the NHC said. Orlando International Airport announced on August 30 it would “cease commercial flight operations” on Monday in anticipation of the hurricane. Credit: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) via Storyful

Published on 30-08-2019

Boris Johnson under fire over Brexit

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is accusing opposition MPs of compromising the United Kingdom's chances of securing a Brexit agreement with the European Union. Mr Johnson says Brussels is less likely to offer concessions if it appears parliament will prevent the UK from leaving the bloc on October 31. Image: AP

Published on 30-08-2019

YouGov poll shows massive swing against Palaszczuk Govt

The latest opinion poll has shown a big drop in support for Queensland's Labor government and its faith in Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk. The Courier Mail YouGov survey of a thousand Queenslanders found Ms Palaszczuk slipped 13 percentage points as preferred premier to 34 per cent. She remains ahead of LNP leader Deb Frecklington on 29 per cent, but behind uncommitted voters at 37 per cent. The Liberal National Party now has the most primary votes with 37 per cent, ahead of Labor on 32 per cent. One Nation and the Greens sit at 13 per cent ahead of Katter's Australia Party on three per cent, while two per cent of voters prefers other parties. The LNP leads 51 - 49 on two-party preferred terms - up three points - which would constitute a six-seat loss by Labor and subsequently, the leadership. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 30-08-2019

Audi’s stunning new feature

The styling is handsomely understated, the engine is effortless and the comfort is outstanding. The new Audi A6 follows a proven recipe for luxury sedans.

Published on 30-08-2019

Sellers in box seat for spring auctions

Buyers could be facing red hot competition this spring, with just 7000 homes tipped to go under the hammer in Victoria during the selling season.

Published on 30-08-2019

How a dark home was reborn with light and views

When renovating their Melbourne property, Sophie and Ben were keen to make the home, as well as the process, environmentally friendly.

Published on 30-08-2019

Which streaming service offers the best value for money?

Which streaming service offers the best value for money?

Published on 28-08-2019

Farmers risk losing billion-dollar exports due to govt ‘complacency’

Australia's peak farmers group has warned the nation is at risk of losing multi-billion-dollar exports due to government "complacency". National Farmers Federation boss Tony Mahar said the government needed to "lift its game" to beat more aggressive regimes and secure better trade deals with Asia. Mr Mahar warned of a fiercely competitive market and labelled the failure to sign off on the Indonesia free-trade agreement as a "lost opportunity for agriculture". Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 28-08-2019

DRS one of toughest parts of Test: Khawaja

Supplied video obtained Thursday, August 29, 2019, of Australia batsman Usman Khawaja speaking to reporters after a light training session on Wednesday. Khawaja says mastering the Decision Review System (DRS) is not easy and every Test captain has their struggles, not just Tim Paine. "Until you've actually been in a captain's footsteps and actually felt the pressure of a review, it's never easy," he says. "You have 15 seconds to make a decision. It's probably one of the toughest parts of the game. Sometimes you're on fire with it, other times, you just get stuff wrong. I've seen both happen to all different captains, it's just how it is." (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Cricket Australia)

Published on 28-08-2019

Child, 5, hospitalised after being stabbed by her mother in NSW

A man with terminal cancer is being hailed as a hero after jumping in to protect a child from her own mother. A 26-year-old woman allegedly stabbed four people, including her daughter, in the Hunter region of New South Wales on Tuesday. Her daughter was taken to John Hunter Hospital with multiple stab wounds, while four men were treated for minor injuries. The 26-year-old woman was taken to Raymond Terrace police station where she was charged with 11 offences including assault occasioning actual bodily harm, wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, affray and assaulting police.

Published on 28-08-2019

Hundreds protest against suspension of UK parliament

Hundreds of people protest against UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's move to suspend Parliament.

Published on 28-08-2019

‘Fastest woman on four wheels’ Jessi Combs killed

High-speed racer and Mythbusters star Jessi Combs has been killed after crashing her jet-powered car

Published on 28-08-2019

Opinion: Boris Johnson and Donald Trump Should Seek a Free Trade Deal

A free trade agreement between the U.S. and U.K. would boost both economies and enhance the special relationship between the two countries. Image: Erin Schaff / AP

Published on 28-08-2019

Teen killer suspect’s naked rampage

A US baseball star’s wife, young son and mother-in-law have allegedly been killed by a teenage relative who then went on a naked rampage.

Published on 28-08-2019

Free streaming service launches today

Just when you thought there were enough streaming services to contend with, here’s another.

Published on 28-08-2019

755kg of methamphetamine smuggled into Aus inside cow hides

The Australian Federal Police has seized 755kg of methamphetamine, allegedly smuggled in frozen cow hides. Border Force Officers intercepted the shipment when it arrived in Sydney earlier this month. Officers arrested a 42-year-old Mexican national on Wednesday in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda. It's the largest seizure of methamphetamine to arrive in Australian from Mexico.

Published on 28-08-2019

Brisbane braces for commuter chaos

Brisbane residents are expected to face long delays this morning with a fresh climate change protest starting at 8am.

Published on 27-08-2019

Mum allegedly stabs 5yo daughter

A woman has been arrested and taken to hospital after allegedly stabbing several people including her young daughter yesterday.

Published on 27-08-2019

Rain Outlook

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Published on 27-08-2019

Weather Explained

WATCH: The how and why of the world's most interesting weather phenomena.

Published on 27-08-2019

Seven Day Forecast

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Published on 27-08-2019

National Forecast

WATCH: The two-day forecast for Australia's 30 most populous cities.

Published on 27-08-2019

Weather Now

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Published on 27-08-2019

Extreme Weather Outlook

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Published on 27-08-2019

Kyrgios laughing after wild Open upset

If Nick Kyrgios was smiling after landing in the only quarter of the US Open draw without a member of the Big Three he’s positively laughing now.

Published on 27-08-2019

Chilling moment guard led girl away

A Sydney shopping centre security guard who kidnapped and indecently assaulted a three-year-old girl has been jailed for more than two years.

Published on 27-08-2019

Partner refused to let NRL star travel

New details have emerged in Penrith’s tumultuous season, as the club looks set to miss the top eight after being favoured to make the grand final at the start of the year.

Published on 26-08-2019

Brisbane mayor heads to court over protest

Brisbane's lord mayor is taking one of the city's councillors to court to try to stop a peak-hour protest.

Published on 26-08-2019

The Proposal: Coming soon to Channel 7

Channel Seven's new reality show promises a love story in one hour.

Published on 26-08-2019

Uluru ‘belongs to all Australians’: Hanson

Senator Pauline Hanson is calling for Uluru to remain open to climbers, arguing the world heritage listed site “belongs to all Australians”. Invited to climb Uluru by a community elder who was concerned about job losses, the Queensland senator scaled the rock with a television crew in tow. The site will be closed to climbers from October 26 this year, in a move Senator Hanson has likened to shutting down Bondi Beach. Image: Twitter / Pauline Hanson

Published on 26-08-2019

Driver’s staggering speed on Robe Tce

A driver has lost his licence for six months after he was caught speeding more than double the speed limit in North Adelaide.

Published on 26-08-2019

Sport Now: Around the grounds

Australia coach Justin Langer admits their batsman have not been up to standard this Ashes series, and former Swans and Demons coach has called for mass changes at the very top of the Adelaide Crows organisation. Image: Getty

Published on 26-08-2019

Fatal drug overdoses soar nationwide

Australia is in the grip of a drug overdose crisis with reports of a 38 per cent rise in unintentional overdoses in the 10 years leading up to 2017. Four people unintentionally died every day in 2017 with more than 70 per cent of them between the ages of 30 and 59. The Penington Institute report suggested unintentional overdoses could be attributed to the leap in people mixing drugs, as well as ingesting potent illicit drugs like pure crystal meth. Image: NSW Police

Published on 26-08-2019

Seven’s bizarre new dating show explained

If you can’t be bothered tuning into The Bachelor for three months, then Channel 7’s new ridiculous reality show might be for you.

Published on 26-08-2019

‘Staggering’ coach bombshell rocks AFL

Several reports indicate Essendon coach John Worsfold is no guarantee to be at the helm in 2020 despite leading the Bombers to the finals this season.

Published on 26-08-2019

CCTV released over alleged armed robbery and theft of more than 200 pieces of furniture

Supplied video obtained Tuesday, August 27, 2019, of a man who may be able to assist NSW Police as they continue their investigations into an alleged robbery and kidnapping, and aggravated break-ins across Sydney's south-west. He has been described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, of a solid build, and with a black beard. He is depicted in the vision wearing a black hooded jumper, jeans and black and red sneakers. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/NSW Police)

Published on 26-08-2019

UK will withhold $55b from no-deal Brexit

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to tell European Union leaders he will withhold 30 billion pounds ($A55 billion) from the Brexit divorce bill unless they agree to changes to the deal, the Mail on Sunday is reporting.

Published on 24-08-2019

Trade war in focus at G7 summit

World leaders have delivered a stern warning for Donald Trump to end the tariff trade war with China or risk a recession. The US President touched down for the G7 Summit and has already picked fights with China, and the host country France. Another leader in focus is Boris Johnson as this is his first G7 summit since becoming British Prime Minister. Mr Johnson is expected to push back on Trump's trade war, concerned it could destabilise the global economy. Image: AP

Published on 24-08-2019

Huawei declares it will ‘dominate’

The boss of China's biggest tech company has declared it will "dominate the world". In a leaked memo, Huawei's Chief Executive claims the company's most recent financial results don't reflect the dire situation it's facing. The Chinese telco was banned from providing equipment for Australia's 5G mobile network after US Officials raised concerns Huawei technology could be used by the Chinese government to spy on foreign citizens. Image: AP

Published on 24-08-2019

Millionaire’s son’s tragic death

A wealthy art dealer’s son killed himself after his model girlfriend ended their relationship, it has been reported.

Published on 24-08-2019

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Published on 24-08-2019

Hong Kong police violently clash with protestors

Hong Kong police have fired tear gas at demonstrators and charged at them with batons in the latest round of demonstrations which saw thousands take to the streets. Protestors hit back at authorities by throwing gasoline bombs at officers. Police also claim demonstrators started fires and hurled bricks at them. The city's protests have now entered their 12th consecutive week. The rallies began in opposition to a now-suspended bill, which would have allowed extradition to mainland China. Image: AP

Published on 24-08-2019

Brazil under pressure over Amazon fires

Brazil's president has announced he will deploy the army to help fight wildfires raging in the Amazon. Jair Bolsonero is under pressure from protestors at home, and leaders around the world, to take stronger action to protect the rainforest, which produces 20 per cent of the planet's oxygen. Image: AP

Published on 24-08-2019

Mintt teams up with Justice Crew for promo

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Published on 24-08-2019

Those vilifying Pell should ‘remember what happened to Lindy Chamberlain’

Cardinal George Pell's appeal against his guilty finding by jury was dismissed on Wednesday but Legal Affairs Editor at the Australian Chris Merritt says "those who have been quick to vilify him should remember what happened to Lindy Chamberlain." Mr Merritt said Mr Pell "has not yet exhausted all possible avenues of appeal" and when reading the dissenting assessment by Mark Weinberg, there is "so much doubt." "We need the nation's highest court to stand back and have a look at this to decide whether the Victorian judges and justice system has made a terrible blue in this case," he said. Image: AP

Published on 24-08-2019

‘Sabotaged’: Knights debacle slammed

The Newcastle Knights’ week from hell got a whole lot worse on Saturday afternoon after a 46-4 capitulation to the Wests Tigers.

Published on 24-08-2019

UK, France to hold talks over Channel migrant crossings after dozens rescued

Home secretary Priti Patel will hold talks with her French counterpart after dozens of migrants were rescued on Thursday while trying to cross the Channel. In four separate events along England's south coast, the Border Force dealt with a total of 37 people, including six children, who tried to reach the UK in small boats. The Home Office confirmed they were taken to Dover in Kent. A fifth incident off the Sussex coast reportedly involved more than 20 others, although the Home Office has not confirmed details.

Published on 23-08-2019

Khloe Kardashian & Kris Jenner WORRIED About Lamar Odom Being On Dancing With The Stars! | DR

Khloe Kardashian & Kris Jenner are in a bit of a panic ever since Lamar Odom decided to join Dancing With the Stars because they are worried about what he will say about the family in interviews! We are discussing all this and much more on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 23-08-2019

Picture perfect day for Aussie WAGs

England was on top of the world after running through the Australian batting line-up on day one of the third Ashes Test, but nobody could have predicted just how dramatic the change in fortunes would be less than 24 hours later.

Published on 23-08-2019

Bloodbath after Trump’s China demand

Donald Trump launched a tirade on Twitter today, declaring that China has “been taking advantage of the United States”.

Published on 23-08-2019

Robodebt could target pensioners and welfare recipients: Report

The government's controversial robodebt scheme could target pensioners and welfare recipients, according to new leaked documents. The Morrison government would need to expand the scheme to ‘sensitive groups’ in order to boost budget savings, according to the Guardian. The current scheme is set to fall short by $600 million. Sensitive groups include Australians over 65, those living in remote areas and people with disabilities. Social Services Minister Anne Ruston has denied the government plans to extend the robotdebt scheme to vulnerable Australians. The robodebt system will face two senate inquiries and a legal challenge in the coming months.

Published on 23-08-2019

Protest Over Amazon Fires Held Outside Brazilian Embassy in Buenos Aires

Demonstrators rallied outside the Brazilian embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on August 23, to protest against the Brazilian government’s prioritization of economic interests over the environment, as seen in social media video from the event. Thousands of fires were burning in the Amazon rainforest as of August 23, allegedly due to farmers and businesses clearing land for beef cattle, CNN reported. Ecologists quoted by National Geographic have linked the record-breaking number of fires to an increase in deforestation. Earlier in August, Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research said that more forest had been lost in the summer of 2019 than in the previous three years combined. It is estimated that the Amazon rainforest produces 20 percent of the planet’s oxygen. Demonstrations took place outside Brazilian embassies and consulates around the world on August 23, including in Copenhagen, Munich, London, Toronto, and Barcelona, in protest of the Brazilian government’s inaction to stop the fires. These videos show a crowd gathered outside the Brazilian embassy in Buenos Aires, holding signs with slogans such as, “It’s not the climate, it’s the capitalist system.” People also played indigenous instruments such as the pan flute. Credit: @vegmarius via Storyful

Published on 23-08-2019

Trump jacks ups tariffs on China imports

US President Donald Trump has announced the United States would subject Chinese imports to an additional 5 per cent tariff in response to what he called a politically motivated move by China to impose tariffs on $US75 billion worth of US exports.

Published on 23-08-2019

Sydney public hospital charging wait fees

A whistleblower claims a New South Wales public hospital is billing private health funds for the time a patient waits to be discharged. The Daily Telegraph reports Sydney's Concord Hospital has set up a special Emergency Department Short Stay Unit. Patients who agree to use their insurance are admitted into this Unit rather than being sent back to the free waiting room. Sydney Local Health District has not responded to the claims.

Published on 23-08-2019

US billionaire David Koch has died, aged 79

US billionaire David Koch has died at the age of 79. The Koch brothers gave generously to conservative causes and founded the anti-tax, small government group Americans for Prosperity. David Koch was also the Libertarian Party's vice-presidential candidate in 1980. His brother and business partner Charles announced the news. Image: AP

Published on 23-08-2019

‘Disgrace’: Star’s moment of shame

England had one of its worst ever performances as it was bowled out for 67 on day two of the third Ashes Test in Leeds.

Published on 23-08-2019

Qld Premier’s office accidentally reveals secret intelligence operative’s name

The Queensland Premier's office has reportedly published the name of a secret intelligence operative. The ASIO officer was accidentally named in Annastacia Palaszczuk's diaries, which were then publicly released. The entry also lists the person's position within the agency. The Palaszczuk office said it was an administrative error and was removed immediately. A national security breach of this magnitude could attract up to 10 years in jail. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 22-08-2019

Photo proves blatant Boomers lie

It was the sporting equivalent of what some people’s lives look like on Instagram versus reality.

Published on 22-08-2019

What was missed in Boomers ‘disgrace’

Yep, the seats sucked.

Published on 22-08-2019

Army National Guard Helicopters Help Fight Alaska’s McKinley Fire

Two Alaska Army National Guard Black Hawk helicopters were helping to fight the McKinley Fire burning near Willow, Alaska, on August 19, dropping more than 100,000 gallons of water on the blaze, according to a National Guard spokesperson. The helicopters flew for a total of 9.5 hours during the mission to slow the progression of the fire, which burned more than 3,700 acres by Thursday, August 22, the National Guard said. An updated report for the morning of August 22 said light winds and “favorable weather” were making it easier for firefighters to battle the blaze. Credit: US Army National Guard via Storyful

Published on 22-08-2019

RAW: Scott Morrison arrives in Vietnam

August 23, 2019. Raw footage: Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jenny are welcomed as they arrive at Noi Bai Airport in Hanoi, Vietnam. Mr Morrison is the first Australian prime minister to make an official bilateral trip to Vietnam since 1994. (AAP VIDEO/Matt Coughlan)

Published on 22-08-2019

Bushfire breaks out on Qld’s Sunshine Coast

A bushfire has broken out on Queensland's Sunshine Coast on Thursday night. The fire burned through bushland near Resort Drive in Noosa Heads. Police made plans to set up an evacuation point with fears flames could spread close to homes. Firefighters managed to contain the fire on Friday morning but warned the danger was not yet over as winds were expected to pickup through the morning.

Published on 22-08-2019

Man’s body found in back yard

Police are investigating a suspicious death at North Plympton this morning.

Published on 22-08-2019

Pete Evans weighs in on vegan parents

Celebrity chef Pete Evans has lambasted parents who force their children to follow a strict vegan diet, after a Sydney couple was convicted over the malnourishment of their baby girl.

Published on 22-08-2019

Weather Explained

WATCH: What do all the surf warnings mean? Sky News Meteorologist Rob Sharpe explains.

Published on 22-08-2019

Just ‘cruel’: Baffling murder mystery

The family of a Melbourne grandfather who was stabbed to death on a footpath by an unknown man say it’s “absolutely cruel” the 73-year-old was killed “for no reason”.

Published on 22-08-2019

Gold slips as US share markets gain

Gold edged lower overnight as equities gained and investors awaited minutes from the US Federal Reserve's July meeting for clues on future interest rate cuts.

Published on 21-08-2019

Two US service members die in Afghanistan

Two American service members have been killed in Afghanistan, the NATO-led Resolute Support mission says, as the United States seeks to reach a negotiated end to the nearly 18-year-old war.

Published on 21-08-2019

Salvage operation underway for overturned barge in Sydney

Fire and rescue crews will resume a salvage operation on Thursday morning after a barge overturned in Sydney's north. Four people had to be rescued when the vessel, ferrying a truck carrying waste water, capsized near Mackerel Beach Wharf. The four men made it safely to shore with only minor injuries.

Published on 21-08-2019

Trump calls Denmark PM ‘nasty’ after being told Greenland not for sale

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen says she is "annoyed" at the U.S President for cancelling his visit after being told Greenland was not for sale. Mr Trump was scheduled to visit on September 2 cancelling his plans with just two weeks notice. The Prime Minister said the President's visit would have been an opportunity to celebrate Denmark's close relationship with the United States. President Trump has hit back, labelling the Prime Minister's comments as "nasty". Image: AP

Published on 21-08-2019

China’s plea to Trump on trade war

Beijing appealed to Washington on Wednesday to “meet China halfway” and end a tariff war after President Donald Trump said Americans might need to endure economic pain to achieve longer-term benefits.

Published on 21-08-2019

Stiff penalties as sex pill problem spirals

MLB issued a hard warning to its players this week: Stay away from gas station sex pills.

Published on 21-08-2019

Kourtney goes braless with $16K bag

Kourtney Kardashian is keeping up with this season’s latest trend … going braless in public.

Published on 21-08-2019

Greens slam decision to guard Gulf strait

Greens leader Richard Di Natale is dumbfounded by the Morrison government's decision to join a US-led military effort to guard oil tankers from attacks in the Strait of Hormuz.

Published on 21-08-2019

‘Global emergency’: City turns black

Brazilians were plunged into afternoon darkness after the worst rainforest fires in history ravaged the Amazon Forest.

Published on 21-08-2019

Audi unveils new SUV killer

Audi’s new RS6 Avant is more than a car. It’s a statement for customers lured away from performance cars by high-riding SUVs such as the Porsche Cayenne Turbo and BMW X5M.

Published on 21-08-2019

The story behind infamous choker photo

Choker: It is football’s most cutting expression, a savage insult about the capacity to step up when in the middle of a sporting firestorm.

Published on 20-08-2019

Steve Smith ruled out of third Ashes Test

Supplied video obtained Wednesday, August 21, 2019, of Australia coach Justin Langer speaking to the media ahead of the Third Ashes Test, beginning at Headingley on Thursday. Langer talks about batsman Steve Smith, who attended the team's practice session but did not train. Smith has been ruled out of the Headingley Test with a concussion. "He was probably a couple of days off being fit," Langer says. "Like all players, he wants to play ... but he understands as well he's not 100 per cent yet." (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Cricket Australia)

Published on 20-08-2019

Walters baulks at Knights’ coaching terms after Brown exit

While Kevin Walters might not be interested in replacing Nathan Brown at Newcastle, the Queensland mentor admits he would have baulked at the NRL club’s unique coach contract terms.

Published on 20-08-2019

EU rejects Brexit backstop plan

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the European Union appears to be waiting to see if parliament blocks Brexit before making concessions. "I think there is a real sense now that something needs to be done with this backstop. We can't get it through parliament as it is," he said. Mr Johnson's words are the latest in a tit-for-tat exchange with European Council President Donald Tusk over the backstop. The backstop, which is intended to avoid the return of a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland if a UK-EU trade deal is not reached, has become a major stumbling block in Brexit talks. Image: AP

Published on 20-08-2019

Severe weather warning in place for Australia’s south

Wild winds are lashing parts of the south east with severe weather warnings in place. Hobart recorded a wind gust of 120 kilometres per hour on Tuesday afternoon, with nearly 1,000 homes losing power. A series of strong cold fronts are clipping the south with gale force winds and powerful surf conditions. A hazardous surf warning is in place for parts of the New South Wales coastline, with vigorous westerly winds set to continue until the end of the week. Authorities are advising residents to secure any loose items and move vehicles under cover or away from trees. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 20-08-2019

Copper slides amid China demand dip focus

Copper prices fell overnight as the market focused on prospects for weaker demand in top consumer China, where activity in the manufacturing sector has deteriorated due to the prolonged US-China trade dispute.

Published on 20-08-2019

RBA chief sounds warning on US-China spat

The trade war between the United States and China poses the greatest threat to the global economic outlook, Reserve Bank of Australia governor Phillip Lowe has warned.

Published on 20-08-2019

Justin & Hailey Bieber EXCITED About Upcoming Wedding! Shawn Mendes & Camila RAMP UP PDA | DR

Justin Bieber & Hailey Baldwin are excited about their upcoming wedding ceremony but trying to keep all the details super secret! Also, Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello have RAMPED UP their PDA and taken it international to Canada! We are discussing all this and more in an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 20-08-2019

Murray erupts in expletive outburst

Angry Andy Murray produced an X-rated rant at his own box as he endured a second straight comeback singles defeat.

Published on 20-08-2019

‘Alarming’: Xi Jinping’s daring overreach

China’s Chairman, Xi Jinping, stands on a precipice. An international backlash is growing against his assertive ambitions. His tightly controlled public are facing new economic uncertainty. It begs the question: Has China’s leader overreached?

Published on 20-08-2019

Hospital patient dies after police arrest

A man has died after being handcuffed and put on a stretcher by police following concerns about his behaviour at a Sydney hospital.

Published on 19-08-2019

Aluminium hits two-week high

Aluminium touched its highest level in more than two weeks overnight and copper also rose after the Chinese government unveiled interest rate reforms that could boost the economy of the top metals consumer.

Published on 19-08-2019

The Morning Show trailer

The Morning Show follows the free fall of an early morning newscast in the wake of a scandal, and its struggle to survive in an era when news arrives in the palm of your hand.

Published on 19-08-2019

Shock brand best at car servicing

Where you get your car serviced really does matter.

Published on 19-08-2019

Barnaby Joyce warns against abortion in robocalls

Barnaby Joyce has made an extraordinary intervention into the New South Wales abortion debate, taking part in a robocall to constituents. In a pre-recorded message to voters, Mr Joyce argues against decriminalising abortion in NSW. The member for New England also argues the changes would allow selective abortions based on the sex of the baby. The divisive NSW abortion bill is due to be debated in the upper house on Tuesday, during which at least 20 amendments are expected to be moved. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 19-08-2019

Girl, 3, found dead after wandering off from Qld home

A three-year-old girl reported missing from her home on Queensland's Sunshine Coast has been found dead. Police divers found Elenore's body in a dam 150 metres from the family home almost 12 hours after she disappeared on Monday afternoon. The intense search involved almost 100 local volunteers and 100 emergency services workers. Elenore's family reported her missing Monday afternoon and told police she had been playing in her room before they noticed she was missing. A report will be prepared for the coroner.

Published on 19-08-2019

Vic Police release CCTV footage following Parkdale burglary

Supplied video obtained Tuesday, August 20, 2019, of a man who may be able to assist police after a Porsche was stolen and found burnt out following a burglary in Parkdale on Thursday, August 1. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Victoria Police)

Published on 19-08-2019

Disney+ reveals Aus launch, pricing

Disney has revealed it will launch its anticipated streaming service in Australia on November 19, only one week behind its US live date.

Published on 19-08-2019

Baby ‘scarred’ in womb slashing

A mum claims her baby was scarred for life after being slashed in the face with a scalpel during a caesarean section.

Published on 19-08-2019

Wall Street rallies on hopes of stimulus

US stocks climbed on Monday as reports of stimulus efforts in China and Germany calmed fears of a severe downturn in the global economy.

Published on 19-08-2019

Canada slams UK decision on Jihadi Jack

Canada says it is disappointed the United Kingdom has decided to "offload their responsibilities" after the British Home Office revoked the citizenship of a dual citizen of the two countries imprisoned in Syria.

Published on 18-08-2019

Ex-Malaysian premier Najib faces 2nd trial

Former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak is set to face a second trial in connection with state development fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), the largest trial yet linked to the billion-dollar scandal.

Published on 18-08-2019

Spain makes new offer to migrants on boat

Spain has offered to allow a charity boat situated off the coast of Italy with more than 100 people on board to dock at the nearest Spanish port after the Open Arms charity rejected a plan to dock in Algeciras because it was too far away.

Published on 18-08-2019

Germany has fiscal muscle to handle crisis

Germany has the fiscal strength to counter any future economic crisis "with full force", Finance Minister Olaf Scholz says, suggesting Berlin could make available up to 50 billion euros ($A82 billion) of extra spending.

Published on 18-08-2019

Venezuelan refugees need more aid:UN

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi has appealed for more humanitarian aid for Venezuelan refugees pouring into neighbouring countries.

Published on 18-08-2019

Bad to worse: Aussies not expecting Smith to play third Test

A groggy Steve Smith has become international cricket’s first concussion substitute and is in immense doubt for the third Ashes Test.

Published on 18-08-2019

High jumper Starc defends Birmingham title

Video obtained Monday, August 19, 2019, of Australian high jumper Brandon Starc clearing the bar with a new season's best jump of 2.30m at an IAAF Diamond League meet in Birmingham. (AAP VIDEO/IAAF Diamond League)(NO ARCHIVING AAP VIDEO BEYOND 48 HOURS)

Published on 18-08-2019

Thousands of strangers mourn woman who died in El Paso shooting

A man feared no one would show up to help him farewell his wife, but thousands of strangers turned up to mourn.

Published on 18-08-2019

World reacts to ‘terrifying’ Ashes weapon

We’ve learnt plenty over the past five days at Lord’s: Josh Hazlewood hates being snubbed, Steve Smith isn’t invincible and there’s a reason the Australian hierarchy really rates Marnus Labuschagne.

Published on 18-08-2019

Opinion: That Mysterious Russian Nuclear Accident

Paul Gigot interviews Gen. Jack Keane about Russia's weapons program. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Published on 18-08-2019

Iranian oil tanker free to set sail

An Iranian oil tanker, caught in the centre of a standoff between the UK and Iran, is free to set sail. The Grace 1 will depart from Gibraltar within the next couple of days, despite a last-minute effort by the U-S to seize it again. The tanker was seized by Gibraltarian authorities and Royal Marines in the Mediterranean last month on suspicion of attempting to smuggle oil to Syria - violating EU sanctions. Image: AP

Published on 17-08-2019

SCRU finals full game replay – Women, Noosa v Caboolture

Watch the full game replay of the SCRU finals Women, Noosa v Caboolture.

Published on 17-08-2019

Power-sharing deal signed in Sudan

Sudan's ruling military council and main opposition group have signed a power sharing agreement that will pave the way for elections and civilian rule. It follows months of protests that saw the downfall of long term leader Omar Al Bashir, who is wanted for war crimes in Sudan's Darfur region and is awaiting trial on corruption charges. Negotiations over the north African country's power sharing deal has been going on for a number of months. Image: Getty

Published on 17-08-2019

NSW parliament to debate Zoe’s Law

Laws recognising the loss of an unborn child due to a criminal act will be introduced into NSW parliament. The state government will bring in the controversial legislation - dubbed Zoe's law - after the Reproductive Health Care Reform Bill has passed. Zoe's Law refers to the unborn child of Brodie Donegan, who was killed during a car crash involving a drugged driver. Premier Gladys Berejiklian has been consulting with Liberal and Nationals MPs on details of the proposed bill, before it goes to cabinet.

Published on 17-08-2019

Hong Kong protestors continue to defy police

There are concerns an 11th weekend of protests in Hong Kong could become more violent as pro-democracy activists gather on the streets. Riot police have been deployed to chase down a group of pro-democracy protestors they say were assembling after the end of a march. The protestors had gathered outside a police station, shining laser pointers and throwing eggs at officers. The Chinese communist party has threatened to intervene in the unrest, comparing the demonstrators to terrorists and massing military forces at the border. Thousands of teachers wearing black have also marched, demanding democratic reforms and an end to what they call police brutality. Image: AP

Published on 17-08-2019

Family of murdered Australian face accused killer in NZ court

The grieving family of an Australian man gunned down while sleeping next to his fiancé in New Zealand say they don't know how they're going to face a Christmas without him. Three of Sean McKinnon's siblings have travelled to a small town on the country's north island to face his accused killer in court. Mr McKinnon was shot in the early hours of Friday morning while he was sleeping in a caravan in the NZ town of Raglan. His Canadian fiancé managed to escape and run for several kilometres to get help. He is charged with several offences including murder. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 17-08-2019

Shock price for new family SUV

Beautiful, imposing and loaded with luxuries and features, Volkswagen’s new Touareg Launch Edition pitches itself against BMW X5, Audi Q7, Mercedes-Benz GLE and Range Rover Sport heavyweights.

Published on 17-08-2019

Thurston’s new book with a twist

Johnathan Thurston has urged parents to read to their children in a bid to improve literacy levels.

Published on 17-08-2019

Gerry Harvey’s hope to change our food

Gerry Harvey’s hope for Australia’s future is that we should never have to buy imported food.

Published on 17-08-2019

Beaches & Boating

WATCH: The marine weather forecast and best surf spots for the next two days.

Published on 17-08-2019

Opinion: Former Hacker Kevin Mitnick on Jail Time and his Facebook Ban

Kevin Mitnick talks about his route into hacking and his time spent in solitary confinement in prison because the Government believed he "could whistle into a phone, communicate with a modem, and launch a nuclear weapon." Images: Kevin Mitnick / EPA Composite: Mark Kelly

Published on 16-08-2019

Epstein’s cause of death revealed

An autopsy on disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein has concluded that he committed suicide.

Published on 16-08-2019

Katy Perry hit with new sex allegation

A second person has come forward to accuse Katy Perry of alleged sexual misconduct.

Published on 16-08-2019

Trump ridiculed over plan to buy Greenland

Donald Trump has reportedly expressed an interest in buying the island of Greenland - sparking a bemused reaction from Danish MPs. The US President is said to have discussed a potential purchase of the autonomous Danish territory during a private meeting with aides and advisers. But there appears to be some confusion as to whether the former property developer now President was being serious. Two unnamed sources told Reuters that some advisers laughed at the idea - believing it was a joke - while others took it more seriously. Meanwhile, the proposition in Greenland and Denmark has been met with strong resistance. Image: AP

Published on 16-08-2019

Kyrgios exposes glaring irregularity

Nick Kyrgios wasn’t in a happy mood during his match at the Cinicinnati Masters when he was tumbled out by Karen Khachanov.

Published on 16-08-2019

Medical examiner rules Jeffrey Epstein’s death a suicide

The medical examiner in charge of investigating the death of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein has ruled his death a suicide. Epstein had been in a New York jail awaiting trial for sex trafficking charges when he was found dead in his cell. Attorney general William Barr ordered an investigation into his death after officials uncovered irregularities at the prison. US media reports Epstein hadn't been checked on for three hours before he was found. Prison guards were meant to check on him every 30 minutes. Image: Getty

Published on 16-08-2019

Hong Kong chaos grips Aussie cities

Scuffles broke out after hundreds of protesters converged in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide for pro-Hong Kong rallies overnight.

Published on 16-08-2019

Protestors gather again in Hong Kong

Pro-democracy demonstrators have gathered in Hong Kong ahead of another weekend of protests. The initially peaceful demonstration, which started in June against a now suspended extradition bill, have erupted into frequent clashes between police and activists. Image: Getty

Published on 16-08-2019

Suspicious devices found in NYC subway

A major subway station in New York City has been evacuated after two suspicious devices were found. Police closed off an intersection and cleared out the Lower Manhattan station after the abandoned rice cookers were found. Officers say they're looking for a man who was caught on CCTV taking the devices out of a shopping cart and placing them in the station. Pressure cookers have been used to make bombs in the past. Image: AP

Published on 16-08-2019

Aussie tourist’s ‘terrifying’ final moments

A midwife ran two kilometres on a dark, rugged road to find help after she watched in horror as her fiance was shot and killed by a man who woke them in their campervan.

Published on 16-08-2019

Veterans forced to access homelessness services

New research shows more than 1,200 veterans used homelessness services over a six-year period. The report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare shows 1,215 veterans accessed specialist homelessness services between 2011 and 2017. Ex-Defence Force members who used the services were more likely to be women, discharged before the age of 25 and have served for less than five years. Image: Getty

Published on 15-08-2019

‘Crazy’: Barty fights back from the dead

Ashleigh Barty has rallied from a set down to edge past Estonian Anett Kontaveit and book her place in the quarterfinals of the Cincinnati Open.

Published on 15-08-2019

Angry fan‘s bizarre Ronaldo confrontation

An angry South Korean fan flew to Sweden to confront Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo for sitting out a friendly in Seoul, the latest in a bizarre row that has prompted a police investigation.

Published on 15-08-2019

Sea Eagles belt out bedside victory song

Manly won it for Warwick — and then made a beeline for his hospital bedside to celebrate with him.

Published on 15-08-2019

Three random words that saved my life

Gone are the days of sending your GPS co-ordinates or dropping a pin on maps — now you only need three words if you’re lost.

Published on 15-08-2019

Accused’s previous visits to sex workers

Alleged Sydney knifeman Mert Ney had met Michaela Dunn at least once before the Tuesday rampage, according to a sex industry advocate.

Published on 15-08-2019

US gunman who ‘shot six officers’ had lengthy criminal history

US police say a gunman who allegedly shot six officers in Philadelphia had a lengthy criminal history including burglary, aggravated assault and firearms charges. Officers were carrying out a drug raid inside the 36-year-old's home when he allegedly fired multiple rounds. He surrendered after a standoff that lasted more than seven hours. Democrats have praised the officers' quick thinking and bravery, but argue more must be done to prevent gun violence. Image: Getty

Published on 15-08-2019

Liam’s family beg him to ‘cut Miley off’

Liam Hemsworth’s family have reportedly urged him not to get back with Miley Cyrus.

Published on 15-08-2019

Today in history: August 16

Highlights in history on this date:

Published on 15-08-2019

Attacks on Brisbane bus drivers surge 41 per cent

Attacks on Brisbane bus drivers have surged with more physical and verbal abuse reported than ever before. Despite Brisbane City Council spending $1.3 million on increased safety measures, verbal and physical abuse has spiked 41 per cent. Drivers have endured 378 instances of abuse and assault from January to July this year. Translink said 20 senior network officers would be hired and a five point safety package would be rolled out for drivers. Image: Getty

Published on 15-08-2019

230cm star’s dramatic body transformation

Watch out, Knicks. Kristaps Porzingis is coming.

Published on 14-08-2019

Fraudsters swindling millions of dollars through Qld govt program

A Queensland government grants program is in the spotlight after it was revealed fraudsters were swindling millions of dollars. More than $1.4 million has reportedly been swindled by fraudsters posing as legitimate businesses to claim cash from the Back To Work program, which offers employers $20,000 for taking on unemployed job-seekers. The Palaszczuk Government has only reclaimed $3,000 over two years but has blocked $4.9 million in grants. The state government has referred eight people to Queensland Police, with one person sentenced to five-years in jail for their involvement in the fraudulent scheme. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 14-08-2019

Man dies in Sydney water-skiing accident

A man has died in a water-skiing accident in Sydney’s north west. Paramedics were called to the Hawkesbury River at Pitt Town where they found the man with extensive leg and hip injuries. He was unable to be revived and died at the scene. Officers are speaking with three other men who were with the victim when he died.

Published on 14-08-2019

US shooting: Gunman aiming at police

At least one gunman is shooting at police officers in Philadelphia, according to officials.

Published on 14-08-2019

Massive change to cars in past 50 years

As Bob Dylan sang, “The times they are a changin’ ”. And so is the inside of your car.

Published on 14-08-2019

Ardern shocked by prisoner’s letter

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the alleged Christchurch gunman should not have been able to send a letter, expressing what she called his “hateful views”, from behind bars.

Published on 14-08-2019

Four cops shot by active gunman

Four Philadelphia police officers have been injured after an active gunman fired at them in an ongoing shooting incident.

Published on 14-08-2019

Rain Outlook

WATCH: The most comprehensive rain outlook on Australian television.

Published on 14-08-2019

Weekend Weather

WATCH: Everything you need to know to plan for the weekend.

Published on 14-08-2019

World Weather

WATCH: A quick look at the weather across the world.

Published on 14-08-2019

NT govt defends location of new youth detention centre

The Northern Territory Government has defended its decision to build a new youth justice centre next to an adult prison. The proposal for the 30-bed facility has ignored recommendations from a recent Royal Commission and will be built 300 metres away from the Holtze Darwin Correctional Precinct. The Northern Territory government originally chose a site in the residential suburb of Pinelands, but were forced to relocate due to community outrage.

Published on 13-08-2019

British teen who went missing in Malaysia is discovered dead

A British teenager who went missing in Malaysia has been discovered dead. Nora Quoirin, 15, was reported missing 10 days ago while on a family holiday at a jungle resort near Seremban, south of Kuala Lumpur. A police chief in the state said "the family has been brought in to identify the body found and they have confirmed the body is indeed Nora Anne".

Published on 13-08-2019

NSW abortion bill scrutinised by parliamentary committee

A bill to decriminalise abortion in New South Wales will be scrutinised by a parliamentary committee, before proceeding to a vote in the upper house. Church leaders and doctors will speak at the inquiry to make their case for and against the proposed laws. The bill, which passed 59 to 31 in the lower house, would allow abortion up to 22-weeks gestation. Women beyond 22-weeks would need the consent of two doctors. If passed by the upper house, New South Wales abortion laws would bring the state in line with other states and territories across the country. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 13-08-2019

Three charged over shots at Vic police

Three men are due to face court, charged with spraying police cars with bullets outside a Melbourne fast food store.

Published on 13-08-2019

Jail guards suspended after Epstein death

Two guards assigned to watch Jeffrey Epstein the night he died in jail have been placed on leave and the warden has been removed as federal authorities investigate the financier's death.

Published on 13-08-2019

Bishop calls for 50% women in fed parly

Former deputy Liberal leader Julie Bishop says women need to take up 50 per cent of federal parliamentary seats before the toxic misogyny she witnessed during her 20-year political career ends.

Published on 13-08-2019

New study to gauge Australians’ health

Tens of thousands of Australians will be surveyed about their mental and physical health, in an effort to better inform health policies and reforms.

Published on 13-08-2019

China denies US Navy visit to Hong Kong

China has denied a request for two US Navy ships to visit Hong Kong in the coming weeks, US officials say.

Published on 13-08-2019

NSW govt considering $590m gas terminal

A $590 million liquefied gas import terminal for the Port of Newcastle has been given "critical state significance" status as the NSW government moves to secure the state's energy supplies.

Published on 13-08-2019

Fresh review of nation’s migration program

Australia's migration program is set to go under the microscope at a new parliamentary inquiry.

Published on 13-08-2019

Protest causing delays for Aussie travellers

MASS protests at Hong Kong’s international airport have forced flight cancellations to and from Australia.

Published on 12-08-2019

Car missing after plunging off bridge in Brooklyn, NSW

Police divers have been unable to find a four-wheel-drive that crashed through a barrier and plunged off a bridge north of Sydney overnight.

Published on 12-08-2019

Katy Perry accused of sexual assault

A model in Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream music video alleges she exposed his penis to an entire party of people, which he says amounts to sexual assault.

Published on 12-08-2019

Horror behind model’s stabbing pain

Bernadette Hagans thought she had hit her leg against a box when she started to get a twinge in her right leg.

Published on 12-08-2019

Rising horse riding star dies aged 15

A British teen equestrian star has been killed in a horse riding accident at her home.

Published on 12-08-2019

Cops fired upon in McDonald’s carpark

Three men have been arrested after a brazen attack on police in Melbourne’s northwest this morning.

Published on 12-08-2019

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian to rerun in 2023

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced she will again run for the role in 2023. Her announcement follows recent backlash over the passing of new abortion laws, which Ms Berejiklian said she voted for to help “the next generations” of women in the state. Treasurer Dominic Perrottet and Transport Minister Andrew Constance reportedly also have plans to run for the job. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 12-08-2019

Girl dead after swim turns into tragedy

A nine-year-old girl has died after swimming in a river in Townsville, Queensland, yesterday despite members of the public and police divers jumping in to drag her out.

Published on 12-08-2019

Alleged Norway gunman smirks in court

Philip Manshaus, suspected of shooting at people inside a Norwegian mosque and killing his stepsister, appeared in court with black eyes and wounds on his face and neck.

Published on 12-08-2019

Folau back on social media ahead of Rugby Australia court case

Israel Folau's case against Rugby Australia will be heard in a Melbourne Court on Tuesday. Folau is claiming unfair dismissal after his contract was terminated for uploading religious content to his social media pages. He's seeking $10 million in damages, based on the value of his four-year-contract and lost earnings. The hearing will consider Rugby Australia's application to move the case to the Federal Court's Sydney base. On Monday night the controversial rugby star temporarily deleted his Instagram and Twitter pages for up to four hours ahead of Tuesday's hearing. Folau is not expected to appear in court on Tuesday morning. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 12-08-2019

Be mesmerised by the vista

PRIVACY and beauty, this Otago home has got both in spades.

Published on 12-08-2019

Your Pictures

WATCH: The most impressive weather pictures and videos sent in by our viewers.

Published on 11-08-2019

Weekend Weather

WATCH: Everything you need to know to plan for the weekend.

Published on 11-08-2019

World Weather

WATCH: A quick look at the weather across the world.

Published on 11-08-2019

Extreme Weather Outlook

WATCH: A detailed analysis of any severe weather impacting Australia this week.

Published on 11-08-2019

Beaches & Boating

WATCH: The marine weather forecast and best surf spots for the next two days.

Published on 11-08-2019

Snow Report

WATCH: The snow forecast for Australia's ski fields.

Published on 11-08-2019

Weather Now

WATCH: Our latest update on the most significant weather impacting Australia.

Published on 11-08-2019

Weather Now

WATCH: Our latest update on the most significant weather impacting Australia.

Published on 11-08-2019

Rain Outlook

WATCH: The most comprehensive rain outlook on Australian television.

Published on 11-08-2019

NRL star’s wife hits out at vile abuse

Cowboys enforcer Josh McGuire has received death threats and vile online abuse following his latest contrary conduct charge, raising concerns for his mental wellbeing.

Published on 11-08-2019

Amazing waterside homes for every budget

From the wild terrain of a remote island home, to the glamour of a Versace pad on the glitzy Gold Coast — buyers are spoiled for choice when it comes to waterfront property on the market right now.

Published on 11-08-2019

An enchanting home

FROM the fireplaces to the tall ceilings to the attractive 1920s facade, this gracious New Town home offers that enticing old-world charm that so many homeowners love.

Published on 11-08-2019

Jeffrey Epstein found dead in jail

Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein has been found dead in jail while awaiting trial on on federal sex trafficking charges.

Published on 10-08-2019

Thousands defy crackdown in Moscow

Tens of thousands of Russians have staged the country's biggest political protest for eight years, defying a crackdown to demand free elections to Moscow's city legislature.

Published on 10-08-2019

Two killed in wild Australian weather conditions

Two people have been killed in just 24 hours, in Victoria and NSW after wild weather carved a path of destruction across with snow, hail and strong winds lashing parts of southeast Australia. Emergency services have attended to those affected and damaging conditions are expected to ease on Sunday. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 10-08-2019

Qld aged care homes failing quality checks

Alarming new figures have revealed 35 Queensland aged care homes have failed the federal government's quality check. The Courier Mail reports investigators uncovered assaults, medication bungles and neglect at a series of aged care providers. 16 nursing homes were also found to pose a serious risk to residents and a shortage in staff is being attributed to the surge in facilities failing the test. Image: Getty

Published on 10-08-2019

Sam Newman tees off over ‘dying’ AFL

Football fans settled in for a night of what was supposed to be two intriguing games between sides battling for finals aspirations.

Published on 10-08-2019

Man arrested after shooting at Oslo mosque

A Norwegian man has been arrested after a shooting at a mosque in Oslo.

Published on 10-08-2019

Anti-ICE Protesters Block New York’s West Side Highway

Protesters stood and sat in a line across New York City’s West Side Highway on August 10, in a demonstration against US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that temporarily forced the complete closure of the highway, local media reported. Video filmed by Blake Deadly shows police leading away a man with his hands zip-tied together, in front of a line of people sitting on West Side Highway next to a large “Abolish ICE” banner. Local media reported “several” people were arrested during the protest. The protest location, at the intersection of 26th Street and 12th Avenue, was near an ICE field office. The protest forced all lanes on West Side Highway to close, NYC’s official emergency notification system said on Twitter. Local media reported that traffic was diverted until the West Side Highway and other affected roads were later re-opened. Other video filmed by Blake Deadly earlier in the day shows a group of people marching near New York City’s Madison Square Park as they chant “No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here.” Some of the marchers carried and played instruments. Credit: Blake Deadly via Storyful

Published on 10-08-2019

Struggling NSW farmers offered job training

Drought stricken farmers in New South Wales will be offered training to expand their job options. The state government is giving farmers and farm workers forced off their land, access to thousands of training courses through TAFE and private vocational colleges. The courses include auto electrics, drone operations, chainsaw operations, excavator tickets, small engine maintenance and many more to expand job prospects.

Published on 10-08-2019

Weather Now

WATCH: Our latest update on the most significant weather impacting Australia.

Published on 10-08-2019

Weekend Weather

WATCH: Everything you need to know to plan for the weekend.

Published on 10-08-2019

A delight for first-home buyers

The Northcote 250, by Burbank, is a first-home buyer delight that celebrates space and light.

Published on 10-08-2019

Step back in time

RETRO, cool, chic. It is rare to find such a wonderfully preserved example of Modernist architecture.

Published on 10-08-2019

Classroom time lapse

Time lapse vision of the first classroom under construction as part of the Katova District High School project.

Published on 10-08-2019

Katova District High School Project

Work starts on the first classroom building of the Katova District High School near the village of Samasodu in the Solomon Islands.

Published on 10-08-2019

‘Stupid sexy Clarko’ just loves the snow

It was billed as the coldest AFL game of the season and the forecast delivered, with snow falling as Hawthorn thrashed GWS by 56 points in Canberra.

Published on 09-08-2019

Rare giant panda cubs born in Belgium

An 'extremely' rare pair of giant Panda cubs have been born at a zoo in Belgium. Zookeepers announced the twin Pandas were born on Thursday morning. The zoo hailed the birth as a step forward for the conservation of the species. Twin pandas are extremely rare both in captivity and in the wild.

Published on 09-08-2019

Water Rescues Continue in Flood-Hit Maharashtra

India’s National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) conducted water rescues in the Sangli District, Maharashtra, on August 9, assisting people stranded in their homes due to rising floodwaters that have devastated the area. Roughly 250,000 people have been evacuated in Sangli, Kolhapur and Pune, according to India Today. In the last seven days, deaths have been reported in Maharashtra due to rain, or flood-related incidents, the report said. In Pune Division, the death toll rose to 29 on Friday, officials said. This video from the NDRF shows one of the water rescues. Credit: NDRF via Storyful

Published on 09-08-2019

NZ mosque attack survivors to particpate in annual Hajj

Up to 200 people who were affected by the Christchurch mosque attacks have travelled across the world to participate in one of the largest religious pilgrimages. Millions of Muslims descend on the Saudi Arabian city of Mecca for the annual Hajj. This year, the Saudi King is helping Kiwis still coping with tragedy fulfil a lifelong goal. Image: AP

Published on 09-08-2019

Govt House in Vic honours Red Cross

Government House in Victoria has been transformed into a blood bank, to honour its century-long connection to the Red Cross. One hundred donors rolled up their sleeves to give blood in the lavish location.

Published on 09-08-2019

Johnson tells civil service to make no-deal Brexit preparations a ‘top priority’

Boris Johnson has piled pressure on the civil service to prepare "rapidly" for a no-deal Brexit, after Downing Street aides had their summer holiday cancelled. The prime minister has instructed Whitehall's workforce to make it their "top priority" to get Britain ready for leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement on 31 October. Staffers in Number 10 and special advisers to the cabinet were also told they had to work through August to prepare for the scenario. Parliament meanwhile remains in recess, with MPs due to return to Westminster on 3 September. Image: AP

Published on 09-08-2019

‘Oldest move in the book’: Swift slammed

One-time singer Kid Rock isn’t mincing his words when it comes to his thoughts on Taylor Swift.

Published on 09-08-2019

Sky News recieves Kennedy Award

Sky News has been recognised at the Kennedy Awards for Excellence in Journalism in Sydney on Friday night. The award for Outstanding Political Reporting went to the team at Sky in what has been a mammoth year for news. The Kennedys, named after famed crime reporter Les Kennedy, are among Australia's most distinguished journalism awards. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 09-08-2019

‘Whirlwind’ Rips Through Amsterdam, Whips Up Debris and Water

A suspected landspout barreled through Amsterdam on August 9, whipping up debris and water, and causing damage to trees and buildings, according to local media. Video filmed from a vessel in Amsterdam’s Oosterdok basin on August 9 shows the whirlwind swirling across the water and onto land. Multiple posts from social media users show it twisting over Amsterdam as dark clouds loom overhead. Credit: Marie Hemelrijk via Storyful

Published on 09-08-2019

Opinion: Nathan Law on Hong Kong Protests, China and Democracy

Meet the 26-year-old who led the student wing of Hong Kong's pro-democracy Umbrella movement, co-founded political party Demosistō, was elected to office, and has spent time in jail. Image: AFP/Getty

Published on 09-08-2019

How two edgy architects have designed their own home

Sometimes, the most unlikely objects can be an incredible source of inspiration.

Published on 09-08-2019

Bancroft blows another chance as Ashes bowling hopefuls frustrated

Worcestershire’s wagging tail and a no-ball from Mitchell Starc have combined to frustrate Australia on day two of their Ashes tour game, which ended with an impressive unbeaten 62 from Marcus Harris.

Published on 08-08-2019

Ritz rejection to cost us Asian cash: Star

The boss of Sydney's Star casino has declared that a lack of five-star hotels means businesses are missing out on cash from Chinese tourists and he's been backed by the head of Sydney Airport.

Published on 08-08-2019

Microsoft listening in to Skype calls

Microsoft workers could be ‘listening’ to your Skype conversations, according to a new investigation.

Published on 08-08-2019

Extreme polar blast about to hit

A so-called ‘polar blast’ bringing ferocious winds and plunging temperatures will hit much of Australia’s east today and continue throughout the weekend.

Published on 08-08-2019

William and Kate race in Royal Regatta

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have taken part in The King's Cup regatta in the Isle of Wight, with William finishing third and Kate coming seventh in the first race. The couple's two eldest children joined their grandparents, Carole and Michael Middleton, to watch the spectacle from a boat. In the second race, many competitors including Kate's team, were disqualified for not going back and starting the race at the line. William was competing on behalf of charity Child Bereavement UK. Image: AP

Published on 08-08-2019

Canadian police scour bush after bodies found

Canadian police have revealed new details since discovering two bodies believed to be suspects wanted over a string of murders. As investigators scoured dense bushland near where the bodies were discovered on the Nelson River in the Manitoba province, they uncovered scraps from pork chops and oranges. Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmegelsky, 18, were charged with second-degree murder after the death of 64-year-old Leonard Dyck, whose body was found last month in northern British Colombia. They were also suspects in the fatal shootings of Australian man Lucas Fowler and his US girlfriend Chynna Deese of Charlotte, North Carolina. Autopsies are being carried out to confirm the identities of the bodies.

Published on 08-08-2019

How Mercedes broke its one big rule

Mercedes broke a few of its own rules with the new GLE.

Published on 08-08-2019

Trump ‘encourages’ white supremacy: Biden

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden at the Iowa State Fair on Thursday said whether President Donald Trump "is or is not a ‘white supremacist’, he encourages them."

Published on 08-08-2019

Bledisloe Cup war of words erupts

It’s been 17 years since Australia last won the Bledisloe Cup and if the war of words is anything to go by, the Wallabies might finally be in with a shot.

Published on 08-08-2019

Cheeky Princess Charlotte sticks out her tongue at yachting regatta

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have shown off their sailing skills at the King’s Cup yachting regatta all in the name of charity.

Published on 08-08-2019

Buy Hard, with a discount

Die Hard star Bruce Willis has been actively buying and selling real estate across the USA for years, but has so far failed to find a buyer for this massive estate.

Published on 07-08-2019

The first-year wonders taking over the NRL

The NRL has been delivered with perhaps its best crop of rookies in many years, from Bronson Xerri to Briton Nikora and Ryan Papenhuyzen - these are the stars of the future.

Published on 07-08-2019

Food firm licking lips over North Geelong site

A SUBSIDIARY of listed wholesale food service distributor BidFood has secured potential future premises for its Geelong operations in a deal speculated to be worth about $3 million.

Published on 07-08-2019

Barty’s No. 1 rocked by costly boilover

Ashleigh Barty has crashed out of the WTA tournament in Toronto and is now likely to be punted from her spot at the top of the rankings after a dramatic boilover.

Published on 06-08-2019

Mounted US officers lead black man by rope

A US police chief has apologised after two white male officers mounted on horseback led a black, handcuffed trespassing suspect by a rope through a Texas street.

Published on 06-08-2019

Keating slaps down push to dump super rise

Paul Keating has lashed out at Liberal MPs agitating to scrap a rise in the superannuation guarantee, likening the backbench push to climate change denial.

Published on 06-08-2019

Australia’s best glamping experiences

Never again will you roll your eyes at the thought of camping. These five-star experiences will redefine your expectations of outdoor living.

Published on 06-08-2019

Souped-up garage the stuff of blokes’ dreams

Motorheads have the opportunity to drive away with a Plenty house boasting one of Melbourne’s best garages.

Published on 05-08-2019

Block sizes shrink again, even as prices fall

Melbourne’s typical house block has shrunk again, despite land prices and sales numbers falling across the past year.

Published on 05-08-2019

Illawarra rental vacancy rates now below 3 per cent

The rental market in Illawarra appears to be swinging in the favour of landlords according to new data.

Published on 05-08-2019

Why personal loans are falling

Personal loans are in decline as consumers work to slash their debt, use other borrowing options and buy fewer cars.

Published on 05-08-2019

Old bricks and dairy doors found in Coburg extension

Coburg’s local history played a big part in the extension of this elegant Victorian.

Published on 05-08-2019

Donvale dream home comes with $0 electricity bill

Towering mansions don’t have a reputation for cheap power bills, but a Donvale dream home has turned that assumption on its head.

Published on 04-08-2019

Slew of award-winning architect homes up for sale

Design junkies know his work, and fans of retro real estate love his trademark style. It’s safe to say that award-winning architect Ken Woolley put his stamp on Sydney suburbia and buyers are still reaping the rewards today.

Published on 04-08-2019

Home renovating beats Netflix

JULIETTE Meek cannot remember the last time she and her husband, Daniel, went on a holiday or watched Netflix.

Published on 04-08-2019

Historic beauty

JUST a few steps across the road to the D’Entrecasteaux Channel waterfront, this 1920s charmer offers space, tranquillity, comfort and a home steeped in rich history.

Published on 04-08-2019

Terrific family home

PERFECTLY positioned to make the most of its gorgeous setting, this large, executive family home at Tranmere is a showstopper.

Published on 03-08-2019

How to prepare to buy a home

A combination of price drops and historically low interest rates are drawing potential buyers into the property market.

Published on 02-08-2019

Simply superb

THE “wow’’ moment can come from almost any part of a home — beautiful views, contemporary kitchen, luxurious bathroom, take your pick.

Published on 02-08-2019

The gangland murder of Jason De Ieso (9 News Adelaide 2014)

Police offer a reward to entice Hells Angels bikies to dob in their mates over the murder of Jason De Ieso, who was not a member of a bikie gang.

Published on 02-08-2019

Cricketer lists apartment in historic mansion

Melbourne cricketer Michael Hill is fielding offers for his Elwood apartment inside a converted beachside mansion.

Published on 01-08-2019

What do style icons’ houses look like?

For a true rags to riches real estate tale, the fantastical homes lived in and designed by the world’s most famous fashion designers are a good place to start.

Published on 01-08-2019

Is this Adelaide’s best or worst renovator?

It has no kitchen, bathroom and has been empty for close to two decades. But this Payneham home, complete with nude wall drawings, may just be the ultimate reno project on the market.

Published on 01-08-2019

You can count on it

EIGHT and a half thousand … and counting.

Published on 01-08-2019

Love at first sight

WHEN Roger Brooke and Susan Reppion-Brooke inspected historic High Park seven years ago, it was love at first sight.

Published on 01-08-2019

Courtyard house puts nature front and centre

A CUSTOM-designed courtyard house in Ocean Grove’s exclusive Yellow Gums estate has sold before auction to interstate buyers for $1.3 million.

Published on 01-08-2019

Is this Victoria’s tiniest home?

There’s a living area with a wood-burning stove, a bathroom sink, a modest kitchen to prepare meals and even a loft-style bedroom up a step ladder.

Published on 31-07-2019

Diamonds touching tribute with World Cup kit

The Australian Diamonds have paid tribute to the past in their strip for the forthcoming World Cup.

Published on 31-07-2019

Is this the ultimate city fringe bargain?

If you’re a first homebuyer or investor on the hunt for a bargain, you might want to take note of this affordable unit in Prospect.

Published on 30-07-2019

Phone tip-off I never expected at the airport

Freshly cleared by border security and navigating LA airport, my phone pinged. It was midnight in Australia but someone was lurking outside my home. The alert came from my internet-connected doorbell and, thankfully, let me log in and see the intruder.

Published on 30-07-2019

My $80 upgrade on world No.1 airline

Ambling down the air bridge I hear my first “sawadee ka” of this Thailand trip. The scarlet-uniformed crew smile demurely as they greet us with bowed heads and palms pressed prayer-like. It’s a gracious start on one of Thai AirAsia X’s first direct flights from Brisbane to Bangkok.

Published on 30-07-2019

MCG final will always mean a free kick for Melbourne teams

West Coast’s win in last year’s AFL grand final spared the league executive from any awkward questions about locking the premiership play-off to the MCG until 2057. But it might be just a short-lived reprieve.

Published on 30-07-2019

Flights to Japan are about to get cheaper

Travellers who have already ticked Japan off their sightseeing wishlist know things are done differently in the Land of the Rising Sun. Commuters stand in orderly lines when waiting for trains rather than sprawling across the platform, ground crew bow respectfully at an aircraft when it arrives at the gate and heated toilet seats play mood music to mask the activities inside cubicles.

Published on 29-07-2019

Children escape North Bondi house fire

Five people - including three children - have escaped unharmed from a suspicious house fire in Sydney's eastern suburbs.

Published on 28-07-2019

Police hunt arsonist in Sydney after suspicious house fire

Police are hunting an arsonist suspected of starting two fires in Sydney on Sunday. A hedge outside a North Bondi home was set alight shortly after midnight, causing the roof of the house to catch fire. The home's residents — a family of five — were heard calling for help before being rescued without injury. Furniture awaiting council collection outside a home in the next street was also set alight.

Published on 28-07-2019

No-deal Brexit a ‘very real prospect’: Michael Gove

The government is "working on the assumption" the United Kingdom will leave the European Union without a deal, Michael Gove has revealed. The Cabinet Office minister, who has been tasked by new Prime Minister Boris Johnson with boosting preparations for a no-deal Brexit, wrote in The Sunday Times that this scenario is now a "very real prospect". He said he was hopeful the EU would be willing to renegotiate the withdrawal agreement it reached with former prime minister Theresa May, "but we must operate on the assumption that they will not". The revelation comes as French MEP Nathalie Loiseau told Sophy Ridge On Sunday there was "nothing in between" Mrs May's withdrawal agreement and no-deal. Mr Johnson has declared he will not accept the controversial Irish backstop contained within the current agreement, but Ms Loiseau said the EU would not ratify an agreement without it. "You have changed your prime minister but we have not changed our minds," she said. Mr Johnson has pledged to take the UK out of the European Union on 31 October, "no ifs, no buts" and Chief Secretary to the Treasury Rishi Sunak said it was "right" that Britain prepared for a no-deal exit. Image: AP

Published on 28-07-2019

Bombers demand apology for AFL howler

Essendon star David Zaharakis says the AFL should apologise to his club over the extraordinary umpiring howler that very nearly robbed Essendon of a win over the Suns on Sunday.

Published on 28-07-2019

Trump targets Baltimore in ‘racist’ attack

US President Donald Trump has been criticised for making 'racist' remarks against Democrat Elijah Cummings. In a series of tweets the President called Baltimore — the district Mr Cummings represents — a "disgusting, rat and rodent-infested mess". Mr Trump also suggested the district was "far worse" and "far more dangerous" than the US-Mexico border. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has condemned the comments. Image: AP

Published on 28-07-2019

City car that’s a shift worker

Australians and the British may have many common traits but car buying habits are not among them. In contrast to Aussies’ booming devotion to dual-cab utes, the Brits have had the little Ford Fiesta as No. 1 seller for the past four years.

Published on 28-07-2019

Hex reviews mobile games

Stephanie Bendixsen reviews mobile games

Published on 28-07-2019

Leap in to vote for Walk of Fame nominees

High-flying Australian Dance Theatre performer Kimball Wong is among the latest round of nominees for the people’s choice award to have their name set in lights on the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Walk of Fame.

Published on 28-07-2019

Say “I do” to church conversions

There’s plenty of people that have dreamt of living in an old church, but not many have gone down that aisle.

Published on 28-07-2019

Moulin Rouge

The stage version of Moulin Rouge is coming to Melbourne

Published on 28-07-2019

Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge stage spectacular

Published on 28-07-2019

Just minutes from the beach

WITH high-end features to be discovered inside and out, this impressive new home certainly has wow factor.

Published on 28-07-2019

Trucking billionaire’s senior exec selling home

Ari Suss, a senior executive who’s worked for trucking magnate Lindsay Fox for 15 years, is selling his Caulfield North family home.

Published on 27-07-2019

Don’t pay full price for this SUV

Value

Published on 27-07-2019

Mazda targets luxury brands with new SUV

The Mazda CX-8 is a boutique model for bountiful families. This stylish seven-seater is beautifully finished but lacks the interior space of the equally well-presented and only marginally more expensive CX-9.

Published on 27-07-2019

How to decorate with subway tiles

Go to any open-for-inspection or display home and chances are you’ll see white subway tiles in the kitchen or bathroom.

Published on 27-07-2019

Picture perfect acreage

SET on the waterfront of Ralphs Bay and across the road from an RSL club and golf course, this 23ha property will be perfect for a hobby or serious farmer or grower.

Published on 27-07-2019

GoPro footage of two Sydney house fires

GoPro footage of firefighters battling a house fire in Homebush and Granville.

Published on 27-07-2019

Breathe new life into your decor with this DIY idea

Giving an old piece of furniture a new lease on life or a new piece of furniture a pop of personality can be as easy as a few simple brushstrokes.

Published on 26-07-2019

Spread the joy

WHEN this large Eastern Shore family home hit the market last week, the reception was overwhelming.

Published on 25-07-2019

Set to coin a phase

THE owner of a residential block of land in Hobart’s northern suburbs has put it on the market, and he is willing to accept Bitcoin as payment.

Published on 24-07-2019

NBA stars bailing on Team USA

This isn’t your uncle’s Dream Team. It’s barely a lower case dream team.

Published on 23-07-2019

Lasso yourself an outback bargain

It looks like something out of a mid-western movie, but this Copley property was once the hub of a thriving outback town.

Published on 23-07-2019

Revealed: Adelaide’s most tightly held rental suburbs

Struggling to find a rental? You’re not alone.

Published on 23-07-2019

Aussie cycling – One year to Tokyo

What will it take to win? Inside the Australian track cycling team's meeting a year from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Published on 23-07-2019

Gavin Wanganeen’s football comeback

Brownlow Medallist and two-time AFL premiership player Gavin Wanganeen is coming out of retirement at the age of 46 to play country footy with Moonta on the Yorke Peninsula.

Published on 23-07-2019

Is this Australia’s best one-bedroom home?

Complete with a flying fox, ruins, oodles of bushland space and a winter creek, this Barossa property is a blank slate for creating family memories.

Published on 22-07-2019

Beauty in the Bay

TO find a home of this size and stature in Blackmans Bay is no small feat.

Published on 22-07-2019

You’ve been getting Qantas points all wrong

Nothing annoys me more than someone telling me “I spent my frequent flyer points on a toaster, because I couldn’t find a flight I wanted”. It’s such a waste of valuable points.

Published on 22-07-2019

Stylish pad lies behind unassuming facade

A design by acclaimed architecture firm Jackson Clements Burrows that’s both beautiful and liveable is set to draw buyers to this inner-city pad.

Published on 21-07-2019

Pawsome gourmet gelato for your four-legged friend

Why not take spoiling your pooch to the next level! A Gelatissimo pop up store has come to Newcastle and is offering not just a tasty treat for you, but for your furry friend too.

Published on 21-07-2019

Live in Rihanna’s Hollywood villa

After failing to find a buyer for her stunning LA residence, pop star Rihanna has now put her home up for rent.

Published on 21-07-2019

Daydream believer

DREAM homes are what Battery Point does best, and this immaculately presented, large and well-positioned family home is a prime example of exactly that.

Published on 21-07-2019

From dingy to delightful

It might be small but this Albert Park terrace packs a big punch thanks to its clever design and space-saving tricks.

Published on 20-07-2019

Looking on the bright side

Her husband’s passion for surfing is what initially brought Hayley Pannekoecke to Barwon Heads 14 years ago.

Published on 19-07-2019

Gorgeous Hills gardens in need of a house

Bordered by a grand, heritage-listed 1880s garden, this north-facing 7885sqm property is the epitome of Adelaide Hills greenery- all you need to do is provide the house.

Published on 17-07-2019

Pretty cottage sells $75k above reserve

Set on 310sqm, a pretty character home in Norwood proved to be hot property at its auction this month, going for $75,000 more than its reserve.

Published on 16-07-2019

Affordable sister suburb trumps neighbours

INVESTORS chasing bargain buying close to the CBD have helped propel Whittington into the ranks of Geelong’s region fastest growing property markets.

Published on 16-07-2019

At home with Bernard Curry

With three brothers and a sister who have all been involved in acting at some stage, it’s perhaps no surprise that Bernard Curry decided to tread the same path.

Published on 15-07-2019

Six great ideas from a savvy Melbourne reno

Jewellery designer Belinda Esperson wanted three things from the new extension to her California bungalow in a leafy Melbourne suburb.

Published on 13-07-2019

A double-storey delight with the lot

One of the big benefits of the Bolton 39 is the way it provides families with flexibility when entertaining or just chilling.

Published on 12-07-2019

What you need to know about painting your facade

A new coat of paint can work wonders at transforming the exterior look of your home.

Published on 12-07-2019

A Yarraville cottage is reborn with a light-filled extension

It has taken Gabrielle Deal and her partner, Alex Stephenson, almost 10 years and two renovations to give their run-down Edwardian cottage a new lease on life.

Published on 06-07-2019

When it’s time to hit refresh

In many ways, Sarah Heeringa’s love of upcycling goes against the grain.

Published on 06-07-2019

Choose global roaming for a style statement

If it’s a quirky, creative decorating style you’re after, it’s hard to go past boho chic.

Published on 05-07-2019

On the bright side

Her husband’s passion for surfing is what initially brought Hayley Pannekoecke to Barwon Heads 14 years ago.

Published on 05-07-2019

Noarlunga Hospital’s 12-bed acute medical unit due to open

A 12-bed acute medical unit opening next week at Noarlunga Hospital will ease pressure on Flinders Medical Centre’s chronically overcrowded emergency department, the State Government says.

Published on 05-07-2019

Man attacked by shark at Sydney beach

A man has been rushed to hospital with puncture wounds to his abdomen, back and left leg after a suspected shark attack at Manly Beach this morning.

Published on 01-07-2019

Coalition stands firm, refusing to split tax cut package

The stand-off over the government's personal income tax cuts will play out in the Senate ahead of the first parliament sitting since Scott Morrison's election victory. Labor is standing firm on its position, urging the government to separate stage three from the bill and pass stages one and two. The government is still refusing to split the legislation, as talks continue with the crossbench. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 01-07-2019

National weather forecast

National weather forecast

Published on 01-07-2019

Extreme weather outlook

Further rain is ahead for Western Australia and the east coast later this week. How much rain can we expect? Sky News Weather Chief Meteorologist Tom Saunders explains.

Published on 01-07-2019

Warners give birth to their own princess

David and Candice Warner have welcomed their third child into the world after a mad dash from Lords by the Australian opener.

Published on 01-07-2019

Weather explained: If all clouds are made of water, why don’t all clouds bring rain?

Sky News Weather Chief Meteorologist Tom Saunders has the details.

Published on 01-07-2019

Workers paid to do nothing for 25 years

The French government is facing outrage after revelations that 30 bureaucrats in the southern city of Toulon were paid to do nothing for more than 25 years.

Published on 01-07-2019

Lil Nas X REVEALS He Is Gay On The last Day Of Pride Month!

Lil Nas X reveals that he’s gay on Twitter after receiving an outpouring of support during his latest concert in the UK. PLUS…Ariana Grande speaks out against Scooter Braun in a now deleted Instagram story. It’s all going down on social media and we’re filling you guys in on it right now so trust me you’re going to want to stay right here.

Published on 01-07-2019

Protestors storm Hong Kong parliament

Protestors have smashed the glass and stormed Hong Kong's Legislative Council in another day of violent protests. Police fired tear gas into crowds outside the building, threatening protestors with force before most activists left the council headquarters. Tensions have been high for weeks now, with regular demonstrations over an indefinitely shelved controversial extradition law, which, if passed, would have seen criminal suspects extradited to mainland China. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has condemned the protests and the violence against police. Image: AP

Published on 01-07-2019

Rihanna freaks out at the World Cup

It was a day late and counted for little in the context of the Cricket World Cup, but there was no lack of tension as Sri Lanka fended off the West Indies by 23 runs on Monday.

Published on 01-07-2019

$6 Kmart pantry hack people love

Welcome to Clean Sweep, news.com.au’s home organisation series featuring exclusive advice on how to declutter your home direct from Aussies who have spruced their way to success.

Published on 30-06-2019

Wildfires force evacuation of hundreds in Spain

Devastating wildfires have forced hundreds of people to evacuate their homes in Spain. Residents in the Catalonia region, in the country’s north-east, have been moved to a nearby sports complex as the flames burned through thousands of hectares. The ongoing heatwave and strong winds are making conditions difficult for emergency crews, with the military called in to help. Image: AP

Published on 30-06-2019

‘Good morning, bro’: Peter’s shout to Karl

Axed former Weekend Today presenter Peter Stefanovic has debuted in his new role on Sky News today, giving his brother Karl Stefanovic a shout-out.

Published on 30-06-2019

NBA bombshell: Big fish caught first

Live: NBA Free Agency

Published on 30-06-2019

RBA tipped to make another cut

The Reserve Bank is widely expected to deliver the first back-to-back interest rate cut since 2012 this week and set a new record low cash rate of 1 per cent as it makes a further attempt to kickstart economic growth.

Published on 30-06-2019

Rise in elderly Australians dying from the cold

The number of elderly people dying in their homes or being rushed to hospital due to the cold is on the rise. A new study from Monash University in Melbourne has revealed a rise in elderly Australians dying because they can't afford to run heating. More than 130 patients were admitted to hospital across New South Wales last winter, suffering complications relating to the cold. The alarming trend follows warnings Australia is suffering through its worst flu season on record, with more than 220 deaths reported already this year. Image: Getty

Published on 30-06-2019

Maroons a mess after late team shake-up

Queensland is set to go with a dramatic backline re-shuffle which could see up to four players bumped to a different position as Maroons coach Kevin Walters considers the biggest selection headache of his coaching career.

Published on 30-06-2019

Legend whacks Kyrgios on Wimby eve

Australia tennis legend John Newcombe hopes the thought of reigniting his feud with Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon will light the fire in the belly of Nick Kyrgios.

Published on 30-06-2019

Mad Max survives stewards as Leclerc rages

Max Verstappen showed off his risky racing style to win the Austrian Grand Prix for a second straight year and end Mercedes’ unbeaten streak this season.

Published on 30-06-2019

WATCH LIVE: Question Time

Watch Question Time live from Parliament House with Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese.

Published on 30-06-2019

SA’s housing system is ‘broken’, report finds

An alarming new report has declared South Australia's housing system as ‘broken’, with the state struggling to provide affordable housing and the issue of homelessness rising. At least 100,000 homes are needed to meet demand, the report by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute says. The state government has deployed a taskforce to address the report's concerns.

Published on 29-06-2019

Hong Kong protests to kick off on colony’s handover anniversary

Protests against a proposed extradition law in Hong Kong to extradite criminal suspects to mainland China are set to resume tomorrow. The rally coincides with the 22nd anniversary of the former British colony's handover to China.

Published on 29-06-2019

Man waves for help after serious assault on Hindley St

A man has flagged down police for help on the Adelaide entertainment strip after he was assaulted.

Published on 29-06-2019

Qld pushes for $1,000 fines for phone-wielding drivers

A push to curb road deaths could see drivers in Queensland hit with some of the world's highest fines, with Transport Minister Mark Bailey reportedly pressuring parliament to pass hefty new penalties. Anyone caught using their mobile phone behind the wheel would be hit with a $1,000 on-the-spot fine; if they're nabbed a second time, they'd also lose their licence under the plan. Image: AP

Published on 29-06-2019

$90k knockout bid falls short in garage sale

An early $90,000 knockout bid failed to derail a five-bidder battle at a rainy-day auction in Mill Park yesterday.

Published on 29-06-2019

Thunderstorm Lashes Fargo With High Winds, Heavy Rain

Rain, hail and high winds battered Fargo, North Dakota, on June 29 as a thunderstorm rolled through the area. This video, shot by Fargo resident Cody Vogel, shows wind and rain buffeting trees and homes. Credit: Cody Vogel via Storyful

Published on 29-06-2019

Stormzy makes history headlining Glastonbury

Stormzy has made history as the first black British solo artist to headline Glastonbury. The 25-year-old grime star used his performance to highlight racism in the arts, racial profiling, knife crime and politics, as he was joined on stage by Coldplay frontman Chris Martin and fellow rappers Dave and Fredo. In an impassioned moment on one of the most-watched stages in the world, the rapper kicked off his historic headline slot by wearing what appeared to be a stab vest emblazoned with a Union Jack. 'This is the most legendary night of my entire life,' he told the crowd. Image: AP

Published on 29-06-2019

Philippines sends Canada’s trash back home

Dozens of containers loaded with garbage have arrived back in Canada from the Philippines after a long-running dispute over waste exports. The trash had been labelled as plastics for recycling when it was sent from Canada, but it actually contained items including dirty nappies, electronics and kitchen waste. Image: AP

Published on 29-06-2019

Climber Rescued After Fall in Juneau Dies From Injuries

A climber rescued by the US Coast Guard (USCG) from the Mendenhall Towers mountain peak in Juneau, Alaska, on June 28 died from his injuries in hospital, USCG said. Bryson Allen, 23, from Washington, died around 11.30 am on June 28 after he was transported to Bartlett Regional Hospital, according to the Juneau Empire. His injuries were reportedly caused by a 20 to 30 foot fall onto a ledge along Mendenhall Towers while he was rappelling. This video shows USCG members from Air Station Sitka transporting Allan from the cliff ledge. Credit: US Coast Guard Alaska via Storyful

Published on 29-06-2019

Protesters Chant ‘Free Hong Kong’ at Protest Coinciding With G20 Summit

Hong Kong activists held protests in Admiralty district on June 28 designed to coincide with the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. They held up placards that included the phrase: “Free Hong Kong, Democracy Now.” The protests came after a tense month for Hong Kong that saw tens of thousands take to the city’s streets against a controversial bill that would allow for criminal suspects to be extradited to mainland China. Appeals to the world’s leaders to “stand with Hong Kong at G20” appeared in newspapers across the globe on June 28, including the New York Times and The Guardian, Hong Kong Free Press reported. Credit: SocREC via Storyful

Published on 29-06-2019

Report: Kawhi will meet with Lakers

So you’re telling me there’s a chance.

Published on 28-06-2019

Trump prepares for talks with China’s Xi

US President Donald Trump says he hopes for productive talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping on a trade war that is casting a shadow on global growth, but said he had not made any promises about a reprieve from escalating tariffs.

Published on 28-06-2019

‘I wanted to die’: Homeless for six months

When chartered accountant Wendy Addison blew the whistle on corporate fraud in 2000, she never could have imagined the consequences.

Published on 28-06-2019

Girls star’s shock split from husband

Girls star Allison Williams and husband Ricky Van Veen have split after nearly four years of marriage.

Published on 28-06-2019

Moment that summed up G20 chaos

It’s an annual tradition that is supposed to show nations working together to put the world to rights. Only this year’s “family photo” at the G20 Summit in Japan is more a portrait of discord than one of filial harmony, reflecting the deep divides between nations at the gathering of global leaders.

Published on 28-06-2019

Moves on nuclear deal ‘not enough’: Iran

European countries have offered too little at last-ditch talks to persuade Iran to back off from its plans to breach limits imposed by its nuclear agreement with world powers, Iran's envoy says.

Published on 28-06-2019

May confronts Putin over Salisbury attack

Theresa May has warned Vladimir Putin to stop threatening the UK and its allies with ‘irresponsible’ and ‘destabilising’ activity to prevent relations from crumbling. During a frosty meeting with the Russian President at the G20 summit, the Prime Minister told him the Salisbury nerve agent attack was a ‘despicable act’ and the suspects should be brought to justice.

Published on 28-06-2019

US neo-Nazi gets life for ramming crowd

A self-described neo-Nazi who killed a woman by crashing his car into a crowd of counterprotesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, after a white supremacist rally has been given a life sentence.

Published on 28-06-2019

Trump asks Putin not to meddle in US polls

President Donald Trump's attempt to make light of Russia's meddling in US elections has drawn a fierce backlash in the US.

Published on 28-06-2019

France fries in Europe’s record heatwave

Schools are dousing pupils with water and nursing homes are equipping the elderly with hydration sensors as Europe battles a record-setting heatwave.

Published on 28-06-2019

Man charged over alleged role in concealing Glendenning kidnapping

Supplied video obtained Thursday, June 27, 2019 showing the arrest of a 28-year-old man following a vehicle stop on Sutherland Street, North Parramatta, about 6:45am on Wednesday, June 26. The man was taken to Parramatta Police Station and charged with conceal serious indictable offence of another person, and take/detain in company with intent to get advantage occasion actual bodily harm (accessory after the fact to an offence). (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/NSW Police)

Published on 26-06-2019

Reason behind Notre-Dame fire revealed

An electrical fault or a burning cigarette may have been responsible for the fire that gutted Notre-Dame Cathedral, French authorities say.

Published on 26-06-2019

Notre Dame fire investigation rules out criminal involvement

An investigation into the Notre Dame fire has determined that either a cigarette butt or an electrical fault sparked the blaze. Investigators ruled out any criminal involvement after the rooftop and spire of the iconic Paris cathedral were gutted by fire in April this year. French authorities have already begun renovating the monument, with the costs of the project estimated in the millions. Image: AP

Published on 26-06-2019

‘World War III’ in free agency stunner

The race is officially on.

Published on 26-06-2019

‘Brainless’: Huge Folau miscalculation

Israel Folau continues to divide the nation in his fight against Rugby Australia, but it hasn’t stopped the donations from flooding in.

Published on 26-06-2019

Support pours in for family after three children die in NSW house fire

Support has poured in for a New South Wales family after three children were killed in a Hunter Valley house fire. The blaze destroyed the family home in Singleton in the early hours of Wednesday morning. An 11-year-old boy and twin five-year-old girls were trapped inside the home and were later pronounced dead. Neighbours bravely helped rescue the children's mother and eight-year-old sister, who are both now in a stable condition. A GoFundMe page started by a relative has raised almost $100,000. The cause of the fire is yet to be determined. Image: News Corp Australia / Supplied

Published on 26-06-2019

‘I’m not going to the f***ing White House’: Megan Rapinoe

U.S. women's soccer team co-captain Megan Rapinoe in a video interview said she would not visit the White House if the team won the World Cup, drawing sharp criticism from President Donald Trump on Twitter.

Published on 26-06-2019

Johnson and Hunt divided over Brexit plans

Boris Johnson has written to Jeremy Hunt asking if he would commit to leaving the European Union on October 31. The Tory leadership frontrunner has refused to rule out suspending parliament in order to force Brexit through. Mr Johnson said he was ‘not attracted’ to the measure, saying he wanted to deliver Britain's EU exit as a ‘proud representative democracy’. Jeremy Hunt says Brexit in this 'do or die' way would risk a general election. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 26-06-2019

Kim’s ‘arrogant’ act angers fans

Kim Kardashian-West is being slammed by fans again for “cultural appropriation” after revealing the name for her new line of shapewear: Kimono.

Published on 26-06-2019

William: ‘Absolutely fine’ if my kids are gay

Prince William said he would fully support his children if they came out as gay or lesbian.

Published on 26-06-2019

Media demands greater freedom laws following AFP raids

Australia's three biggest media organisations will come together at the National Press Club on Wednesday to demand greater media freedom laws. News Corp Australasia chairman Michael Miller will lead the address, joined by his counterparts from the ABC and Nine. The address was triggered by AFP raids on the home of a News Corp journalist and the Sydney headquarters of the ABC earlier this month. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 25-06-2019

Abandoned baby found alive in plastic bag

Georgia police found a baby abandoned in a plastic bag in the woods.

Published on 25-06-2019

Child dies in horrific house fire

A child is believed to have tragically died in a house fire in the NSW Hunter Valley.

Published on 25-06-2019

Parole system review after Darwin shooting

June 26, 2019. NT Attorney-General Natasha Fyles talks about an audit of parolees after the recent shooting rampage when 4 people died. A review of the Territory's parole system, ordered after the shooting rampage, found many parolees breaching conditions and not being properly drug or alcohol tested. "I have directed the Department of Attorney-General and Justice to immediately increase the frequency of drug and alcohol testing for offenders, particularly high risk," she says. (AAP VIDEO/Greg Roberts)

Published on 25-06-2019

‘I’m fine’: Positive news for Windies batting legend after ‘chest pain’

Former West Indies captain Brian Lara says he’s fine and will soon be out of hospital in Mumbai after he was admitted with chest pain.

Published on 25-06-2019

Harry and Meghan’s $4.3m home renovation sparks backlash

Campaigners have called for a parliamentary inquiry to be launched after it was revealed that $4.3 million of taxpayers' money was spent on refurbishing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's new home. The building underwent major work to turn five properties back into a single residence for the couple and their baby son Archie. All of the fixtures and fittings were paid for privately by the Duke and Duchess. Republic, which campaigns for an elected head of state, questioned why the funds had been 'thrown' at Meghan and Harry's Frogmore Cottage residence while public services were under financial pressure. Image: AP

Published on 25-06-2019

Child feared dead in Hunter Region house fire

A child has reportedly died after a fire engulfed a house in the New South Wales Hunter Region. Emergency crews responded to calls in Singleton about 3am on Wednesday to find the home ablaze. More to come.

Published on 25-06-2019

Tributes to Jackson on death anniversary

Michael Jackson's estate has paid tribute to his artistry and charity as fans began gathering to celebrate his memory on the 10th anniversary of the King of Pop's death.

Published on 25-06-2019

US hopes to relaunch China trade talks

The United States hopes to relaunch trade talks with China after President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping meet in Japan but Washington will not accept any conditions on tariffs, a senior administration official says.

Published on 25-06-2019

Man in SA court over stabbing of nurse

A 37-year-old nurse who was stabbed outside an Adelaide hospital has spoken of her ordeal, saying she was at work to help people, not get stabbed during a work break.

Published on 25-06-2019

‘My love’: Ronaldo’s saucy holiday snaps

Cristiano Ronaldo is busy enjoying himself on holiday with gorgeous girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and his family.

Published on 24-06-2019

Endangered Rhinos Transferred From Europe to Rwanda in Conservation Effort

Five rhinos arrived at their new home in Rwanda on June 24 after being moved from a safari park in Czech Republic, officials said. Two male and three female eastern black rhinos were moved from the Safari Park Dvůr Králové and released into Akagera National Park with hopes of diversifying the genetics of the park’s existing rhinos and increasing the rhino population in the region, according to a press release. Black rhinos are listed as “critically endangered” by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Footage shows employees at Safari Park Dvůr Králové in the Czech Republic preparing the rhinos for travel on June 23. Credit: Oliver Le Que (Safari Park Dvůr Králové) via Storyful

Published on 24-06-2019

Extreme weather outlook

While a week-long cold spell is coming to an end, much of western and southern Australia will receive rain this week. Sky News Weather Chief Meteorologist Tom Saunders explains.

Published on 24-06-2019

National weather forecast

National weather forecast

Published on 24-06-2019

Thurston: Number that shames Maroons

Maroons legend Johnathan Thurston says the 176 total passes made by Queensland in State of Origin Game 2 is the damning number that sums up the record thumping handed out in Perth.

Published on 24-06-2019

Bear Cub Receives Police Escort After Stopping Traffic in North Carolina

Police in Poplar Branch, North Carolina, provided an escort to a young bear cub after it wandered into traffic on June 21, an eyewitness reported. Nicole Hines posted this video to Facebook, which shows the cub taking a stroll in the middle of the road as police cars follow behind. Credit: Nicole Hines via Storyful

Published on 24-06-2019

Crowd booing just "white noise": Aaron Finch

Supplied video obtained Tuesday, June 25, 2019 of Australian ODI captain Aaron Finch speaking to reporters ahead of Tuesday's World Cup match against England at Lord's. Finch talks about crowd behaviour and says booing "hasn't affected or boys one bit". "If anything it's given them a bit more motivation. "Whatever the public do, you are not going to change it, it's going to happen regardless." (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Cricket Australia)

Published on 24-06-2019

Boris Johnson a no-show at UK leadership debate

The frontrunner to lead the Conservative Party in the United Kingdom and become the next prime minister has refused to take part in a live television debate, organised by Sky News for Tuesday night. Boris Johnson withdrew at the last moment from the head-to-head encounter against rival candidate Jeremy Hunt, the last two contenders in the race. Invitations will be reissued to the pair to debate on July 1.

Published on 24-06-2019

Mum’s $10 lifesaving Kmart hack

Eva May Watson-Doyle has had a difficult start to life after she was born prematurely at 26 weeks.

Published on 24-06-2019

Emergency crews search for survivors after building collapse in Cambodia

Emergency crews are searching for survivors after a seven-storey building collapsed in Cambodia. Two people have been pulled from the rubble alive and at least 28 have been found dead following the disaster. There are more than a dozen people still believed buried under the debris. Four people have been arrested over the collapse. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 24-06-2019

Slaps, dogshots leave Fittler furious

While NSW focused on doing damage to the scoreboard, a couple of Queensland stars were singled out for cheap shots in the Blues 38-6 Origin II triumph on Sunday night.

Published on 23-06-2019

Morrison to announce Trump-inspired economic agenda

The Prime Minister will draw inspiration from US President Donald Trump when announcing plans to supercharge the economy by slashing red tape in the resources industry. In his first major speech since winning the May federal election, Scott Morrison is expected to reveal a review of industrial relations laws as well as a crackdown on unions. During his address at the West Australian Chamber of Commerce on Monday, Mr Morrison will liken his economic plan to Mr Trump's own regime. He'll say busting bureaucratic congestion is needed to ‘provoke the animal spirits of the economy’.

Published on 23-06-2019

NSW level Origin with thumping win over Queensland

James Maloney and Tom Trbojevic have steered NSW to a historic 38-6 rout of Queensland, sending this year's State of Origin series to a decider. (AAP Video)

Published on 23-06-2019

Langer answers Australian side’s critics

Supplied video obtained Monday, June 24, 2019 of Bupa Support Team Head Coach, Justin Langer, speaking to the media ahead of Tuesday's World Cup match against England at Lord's. Langer reminds his critics of his team's successes with the bat after the likes of Shane Warne questioned Australia's approach in the World Cup. "It's easy being a commentator," he says. "We've got 381 (against Bangladesh) - it's been a long time since we got 381. "There's been a lot of critics saying we can't do that. "I've maintained that the whole time if we stick to our game plan and the conditions are right, we'll get scores that are enough to win games of cricket." (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Cricket Australia)

Published on 23-06-2019

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National weather forecast

Published on 23-06-2019

Man under police guard in hospital after Brisbane rampage

Queensland Police is expected to charge a man over a wild rampage on Brisbane’s south-side at the weekend. A 56-year-old allegedly began the rampage at a Sunnybank service station on Sunday, where he allegedly demanded cigarettes before dousing the shop with fuel and attempting to set it alight. He then ran out into traffic and allegedly carjacked a vehicle before crashing it. The man remains in hospital under police guard. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 23-06-2019

Minaj makes explicit claim about Cyrus

Nicki Minaj still harbours angry feelings toward singer Miley Cyrus.

Published on 23-06-2019

‘Utterly ashamed’: Never seen this in football

England coach Phil Neville said he was left “utterly ashamed” by the behaviour of the Cameroon players which overshadowed a 3-0 English victory at the women’s World Cup on Sunday.

Published on 23-06-2019

Ricciardo goes rogue in four-letter rant

Romain Grosjean won’t have been too pleased to hear Daniel Ricciardo’s response after accusing him of unfair tactics at the French Grand Prix overnight as the Aussie also hit out at anyone questioning his late-race attack.

Published on 23-06-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

Brad Fittler's dramatic overhaul has been vindicated after NSW smashed Queensland in Origin II, Australia’s Ash Barty has become the new women's world number one, and Collingwood has beaten the Western Bulldogs to record their 10th win of the season. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 23-06-2019

Three killed in Paris fire

Three people have died and more than 15 others were pulled to safety after a fire ravaged a residential building in eastern Paris. One of the victims jumped out of the window, and two other bodies were found in the building.

Published on 22-06-2019

Mick Jagger returns to stage after heart surgery

Mick Jagger has returned to the stage after undergoing heart surgery. The 75-year-old opened to a sold out crowd of 61,000 in Chicago as part of the Rolling Stones ‘No Filter’ North American tour. Image: AP

Published on 22-06-2019

Teenage girl killed as Lamborghini ‘loses control’

A 15-year-old girl has been killed while another has been seriously injured after the driver of a Lamborghini allegedly lost control, crashing into the duo before smashing into a restaurant.

Published on 22-06-2019

Palestine rejects US’ $50b Middle East peace plan

A $50 billion proposal to end the conflict between Israel and Palestine is being rejected ahead of its official release. The US President's son-in-law is preparing to unveil the first plank of the Trump administration's ‘Peace to Prosperity’ plan, which will include big money projects such as transport corridors, designed to help lift both economies. Palestinian officials are already dismissing the idea and instead call for a political solution. White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump’s husband, believes both regions should embrace the strategy. The second stage of the peace plan will address political issues. It's due to be released in a few months’ time. Image: Getty

Published on 22-06-2019

‘I was throwing up’: Maroons utility could have been ‘in grave danger’

A near-death experience was frightening enough. But Queensland’s Moses Mbye reckons the worst thing about suffering a severe allergic reaction barely 48 hours before Sunday’s State of Origin II in Perth is not knowing the cause.

Published on 22-06-2019

New Acland Mine approvals threaten supply for big energy users

Big energy users in Queensland have been warned their supply might soon dry up if a new coal mine can't secure key approvals. The New Acland Mine in Darling Downs supplies around 26 businesses with thousands of tonnes of coal each year, but it needs to clear further hurdles before it can expand operations. The company behind the project claims 150 jobs are at stake if their application isn't approved by September. It also needs to confirm mining leases and a new water licence. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 22-06-2019

Sham surgery trials and the placebo effect

Prof. Ian Harris, author of 'Surgery, the ultimate Placebo', explains that through sham or placebo surgery trials, surgeons are discovering that many common surgical procedures, like knee surgery or back surgery, simply have no effect on your body, while at the same time exposing you to great costs and even greater health risks.

Published on 22-06-2019

Sport Now: Around the grounds

Port Adelaide has extended Geelong's run of losses, Ashleigh Barty is just one win away from becoming the first female Aussie since Evonne Goolagong Cawley to become world number one, and India has survived a scare from lowly Afghanistan to remain undefeated at the Cricket World Cup. Image: Getty

Published on 22-06-2019

Why Aussies are obsessed with this car

Is there a vehicle on sale today more fit for purpose than Toyota’s LandCruiser 200 Series?

Published on 22-06-2019

Five questions to ask before building a new home

From choosing a block of land to visiting display villages, the home-building journey can be exciting and rewarding.

Published on 22-06-2019

AFL star ponders stunning trade request

Fremantle faces a possible fight to hold onto both Hill brothers at season’s end, with Bradley Hill contemplating a stunning trade request for the second consecutive season.

Published on 21-06-2019

Fire rips through Philadelphia refinery

Explosions and a blaze at the largest oil refinery on the US East Coast have sent a fireball into the sky and shaken homes, though authorities report only a few minor injuries.

Published on 21-06-2019

Jordyn Woods SCARED Of KUWTK Season 16 Finale & How It WIll RUIN Her Career!

Jordyn Woods is reportedly TERRIFIED Of The KUWTK Season 16 Finale because she thinks she will be portrayed as a villain and it will ruin her career! We are discussing all this and much more on an all-new Daily Rewind!

Published on 21-06-2019

Why Trump Backed Away From a Military Strike Against Iran

President Trump backed away from a military confrontation with Iran. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains what may have factored into that decision. Photo: Shutterstock

Published on 21-06-2019

A man has possibly died during a house fire in Kingsford overnight

The occupant may have been a hoarder, which has impeded attempts to retrieve the body.

Published on 21-06-2019

95m in 12 secs: Star’s warp-speed try

Teagan Berry. Remember the name.

Published on 21-06-2019

Georgian Speaker Resigns as Protests Continue Over Russian Visit

Georgia’s parliamentary speaker Irakli Kobakhidze resigned on Friday, June 21, a day after protests that began over a Russian politician being allowed take Kobakhidze’s chair in parliament turned violent and left scores injured. Activists had gathered in front of the parliament to condemn the decision to let Russian MP Sergei Gavrilov, seen as an ally of President Vladimir Putin and a supporter of separatists in the southern Georgian regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, to sit in the speaker’s chair “during an assembly of legislators from Orthodox Christian countries,” according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. This footage shows scenes from the second day of protests outside parliament on June 21, and the Secretary General of the ruling Dream party, Kakha Kaladze, announcing Kobakhidze’s resignation during a press conference. The former parliamentary speaker did not speak during the conference, but stood behind Kaladze during the announcement. Protesters were continuing to call for the resignation of Minister of Internal Affairs Giorgi Gakharia. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty via Storyful

Published on 21-06-2019

Thousands to take part in Dark Mofo nude swim

A record-breaking crowd baring all, will race to the bottom of one of Hobart's beaches on Saturday, as part of Dark Mofo's nude swim. Simone Richardson and Aaron Wilhelmsen have chosen to get married on the beach before the winter solstice nude swim this Saturday.

Published on 21-06-2019

US ‘cocked and loaded’ for Iran strikes

The US military was “cocked and loaded” before President Donald Trump called off air strikes on Iran with just minutes to spare after he received an answer to a life or death question, according to him.

Published on 21-06-2019

Labor under pressure to back tax plan

Middle and high-income earners in Australia will pay some of the highest tax rates in the developed world, unless the federal government's income tax-plan is passed in full. The Sydney Morning Herald has released new analysis revealing without the $158-billion package, workers would be thousands of dollars worse-off than tax-payers in the US, Canada, the UK and New Zealand. The Coalition is refusing to split the bill and Labor has not decided whether to back the three-stage plan.Middle- and high-income earners will face some of the highest tax rates

Published on 21-06-2019

Morning Report 21 June 19: Wall St rallies on as S&P500 hits record high

US sharemarkets rose on Thursday with the broader S&P 500 index at all-time highs. Investors anticipated lower interest rates in coming months.

Published on 20-06-2019

Mum defends ‘genius’ Kmart hack

A Queensland mum, who shared a pram hack that keeps her son occupied during shopping trips, has had to defend herself after receiving comments from people criticising her for “bad parenting”.

Published on 20-06-2019

Best small car revealed

Lost in a tide of popular hatchbacks and high-riding crossovers, small sedans can be easy to forget — even if they make a lot of sense.

Published on 20-06-2019

Raw devastation in Cup heartbreak

Chile has sensationally been eliminated from the 2019 Women’s World Cup by mere centimetres after a dramatic late penalty kick clunked against the bar and bounced out.

Published on 20-06-2019

Trump says Iran made "big mistake" by taking down US drone

Supplied video obtained Friday, June 21, 2019 of US President Donald Trump, alongside Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, speaking to reporters after a US drone was shot down near the Persian Gulf. Mr Trump declares that "Iran made a very big mistake" in shooting down the drone. Asked about a US response, the president says, "you'll find out". (AAP Video/Supplied/The White House) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Published on 20-06-2019

Weather Explained: Why is today the shortest day of the year?

Today is the shortest day of the year - why will it take until August to start warming up? Sky News Meteorologist Rob Sharpe explains.

Published on 20-06-2019

French DJ’s shock death in Paris

Electro star Philippe Zdar, one half of the cult French house duo Cassius, has died after falling from a window in Paris two days before his latest album is released, his agent said.

Published on 20-06-2019

‘Different category of toughness’: Papalii backs Napa to play with broken wrist

Even hardened Queensland prop Josh Papalii admits he wouldn’t play a State of Origin clash with a fracture.

Published on 20-06-2019

Jordan Craig REVEALS She “Felt Bad” For Khloe Kardashain When Tristan Thompson CHEATED On Her!

Alright you guys you can officially stop saying that Khloe Kardashian got what Karma she had coming because it’s now been revealed that Jordan Craig actually FELT BAD when Khloe experienced Tristan’s cheating first hand. PLUS…Remember that SCARRING tweet that Rob sent to Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada…well now she’s over here admitting that she’d be down to take things to the next level. We have one Kar-Jenner who needs a break from relationships and another who is just dying to get out there. And we’re talking about them both right now so stay tuned.

Published on 20-06-2019

US says drone shot down over international waters in unprovoked attack

Supplied video obtained Friday, June 21, 2019 of Air Force Lt. Gen. Joseph Guastella, commander of US Central Command air forces in the region, speaking after a US surveillance drone was shot down near the Persian Gulf. "This attack is an attempt to disrupt our ability to monitor the area following recent threats to international shipping and free flow of commerce," he says. Mr Guastella says the downing of the drone was an "unprovoked attack" over international waters. (AAP Video/Supplied/dvids) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Published on 20-06-2019

Problem with MH17 murder charges

Four suspects have been charged with murder over the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, including a former Russian officer.

Published on 19-06-2019

Tears in ‘sickening’ World Cup heartbreak

Argentina’s Florencia Bonsegundo converted a re-taken penalty in stoppage time to seal a staggering comeback from three goals down to draw 3-3 with Scotland, a result that has eliminated Scotland in “farcical” and cruel scenes.

Published on 19-06-2019

Turkey claims Mohammed Morsi was murdered

The Turkish President has accused Egyptian authorities of murdering former Leader Mohammed Morsi and has vowed to see them prosecuted in an international court. Mr Morsi collapsed in a Cairo courtroom on Tuesday, before being pronounced dead at a local hospital. During a speech in Istanbul, Mr Erdoğan said his counterpart allegedly 'flailed' on the ground for 20 minutes and no one came to his aid. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 19-06-2019

Sinister side to ‘ridiculous’ 65m goal

One of the AFL’s “most joyful moments of the season” to date was also reportedly central to the AFL’s investigation into Jaidyn Stephenson’s betting.

Published on 19-06-2019

Woman Arrested After Buying Heroin While With Her Two-Year-Old Grandson

Volusia County Sheriff’s deputies said they arrested a woman in DeLand, Florida, on June 19, after witnessing her purchasing heroin while with her two-year-old grandson. Once detained, the deputy spoke to the woman about the dangers of Fentanyl, a narcotic often mixed with heroin, especially if accidentally ingested by a young child. Holding up the evidence bag, the deputy says, “That’s definitely enough to kill you. So I would say it’s definitely…probably four to five times as lethal to a child that’s two-years-old. So that bag just opens up and it blows through the air and he breathes it in… A, he’s gonna be high, and B, it’s gonna kill him. And that never crosses your mind.” In their post on Facebook, the sheriff’s office said of the incident, “That’s unthinkable to most of us, but drug addiction makes the unthinkable happen in communities across the country. We’ll keep working to take drugs off our streets and hold offenders accountable before more lives are lost.” News reports said the toddler was handed over to a relative. Credit: Volusia Co. Sheriff via Storyful

Published on 19-06-2019

California tightens vaccine laws

Lawmakers in California have made major changes to a vaccine bill known as Senate Bill 276, in a bid to prevent schoolchildren skipping required immunisations. The amendments, which were made amid a national measles outbreak, will now allow health officials to have more control on medical exemption for vaccinations by doctors and schools. Secretary of California’s Health and Human Services Agency Mark Ghaly says the amendment 'strengthens the state’s ability to target doctors who abuse the medical exemption process and gives state public health officials the tools to identify and protect schools and communities where herd immunity is in danger'.

Published on 19-06-2019

Saudi Crown Prince linked to Khashoggi killing: UN report

A UN rights expert says there's 'credible evidence' to warrant an investigation into the Saudi Crown Prince's role in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Mr Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi regime who wrote for the Washington Post, is believed to have been murdered inside the country's Turkish embassy. Investigator Agnes Callamard is calling for countries to widen sanctions to include the Crown Prince and his personal assets. The kingdom of Saudi Arabia has denied accusations the Prince was involved.

Published on 19-06-2019

‘She destroyed me’: Squatter nightmare

For more than two years, Deniliquin resident Julie Pearn has been forced to live in a motorhome after her house in the NSW Riverina was allegedly occupied without permission.

Published on 19-06-2019

‘Creepy’ micro bikini goes step too far

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Published on 19-06-2019

Qld detective stops media conference to make a tackle

A police media conference on Queensland's Sunshine Coast has been interrupted after a senior detective was forced to tackle a man and make an arrest. Detective Senior Sergeant Daren Edwards was speaking outside Maroochydore Police Station when he spotted a man being chased by another. He quickly took action, taking down the man before being helped by other officers. The man chasing him claimed he had made inappropriate comments towards his teenage daughter. The 39-year-old man has been charged with stalking and public nuisance.

Published on 19-06-2019

Cult hero’s ugly piece of history

Rashid Khan arrived at the World Cup near the top of the list of most dangerous bowlers in limited-overs cricket. He’ll leave with a mark near the top of the list for most runs ever conceded in one ODI innings.

Published on 18-06-2019

US to send 1,000 additional forces to the Middle East

The US has announced it will send 1,000 additional forces and more military resources to the Middle East, amid tensions with Iran. The government has ensured the international community that it is ‘a defensive move’ intended to protects its citizens from an attack from Iran. Iran has responded saying America is ‘naive’ and wants to reassure to the world that it does not want war. Image: AP

Published on 18-06-2019

John Cusack sorry for anti-Semitic tweet

Actor John Cusack is apologising for tweeting an anti-Semitic cartoon and quotation after defending the post, then deleting it.

Published on 18-06-2019

Boris Johnson closes on Britain’s top job

Former London mayor Boris Johnson is a step closer to becoming Britain's next prime minister, winning 40 per cent of votes in the second round of a contest on a firm promise to leave the EU by October 31.

Published on 18-06-2019

Aust first peoples migration was planned

The first arrival of Indigenous Australians to the continent more than 50,000 years ago was deliberately planned using complex technologies as they migrated in large groups, a scientific study has revealed.

Published on 18-06-2019

Brain device gets medical research funding

A brain device that can help restore people's eyesight will be further researched to discover other ways it could change lives, with the federal government stumping up more than $900,000 for the project.

Published on 18-06-2019

Concerned reaction to ‘frail’ Matildas

Sam Kerr was sensational but the Matildas are far from the finished product as they begin the knockout stages of the Women’s World Cup.

Published on 18-06-2019

Woman arrested after ex-girlfriend plunges five floors to her death in Sydney

The ex-lover of a woman who plunged five floors to her death from a Sydney apartment building has been arrested after a member of the public recognized her. Zixi Wang, also known as Jessie Wang, 29, was taken to hospital overnight for a mental health assessment after being taken into police custody at Wollongong. Her former partner, Shuyu Zhou, 23, fell to her death from the balcony of a tower in Zetland, inner-Sydney on Monday night. Image: NSW Police

Published on 18-06-2019

Alabama Police Discover Caged ‘Attack Squirrel’ During Limestone County Arrest

Police in Alabama said they discovered a caged “attack squirrel” in a Limestone County home on January 17, as they executed a search warrant. According to a sheriff’s office statement, the search “yielded meth, drug paraphernalia, body armor, and a squirrel.” Police also said investigators were informed that one suspect kept an “attack squirrel” caged and fed it meth to make it aggressive. Video from the sheriff’s office shows the squirrel after it was discovered during the search. Ronnie Reynolds was taken into custody and charged with drug related crimes, police said. He was later released on bond. Police were still searching for his associate, Mickey Paulk. Credit: Limestone County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful

Published on 18-06-2019

Khloe Kardashian BREAKS SILENCE On Lamar Odom’s Tell-All Book!

Khloe Kardashian FINALLY broke her silence on how she feels about Lamar Odom's book and we’ve learned it definitely surprised him. PLUS…we’ve now learned another MAJOR piece of information from those Jordan Craig court papers…and that would be that Tristan was spending THOUSANDS on Khloe and not on his son. Khloe’s exes are giving us LOTS to talk about to stay right here for the latest.

Published on 18-06-2019

Hotel collapses in deadly China quake

A rescue mission is underway in heavy rain in China after a strong 6.0 magnitude earthquake struck China’s Sichuan province killing at least six people and injuring 75 others.

Published on 17-06-2019

Bonkers history as Bangas stun the world

Bangladesh powered to the second highest run chase in World Cup history as Shakib Al Hasan’s brilliant century clinched a remarkable seven-wicket win over the West Indies on Tuesday morning (AEST).

Published on 17-06-2019

Star explains shockingly explicit scene

This week former Grey’s Anatomy star Eric Dane finally shed what’s left of his ‘Dr McSteamy’ reputation.

Published on 17-06-2019

‘True pace’: Ricciardo’s warning to rivals after key changes

A rejuvenated Renault admit their home French GP is an "important milestone", but are confident that upgrades will help them reveal their "true pace" over a busy and crucial F1 summer.

Published on 17-06-2019

Kawhi Accepts ‘Housewarming Plant’ From Crowd During Raptors Victory Parade

Kawhi Leonard, the star forward for the Toronto Raptors, graciously accepted a “housewarming plant” from the crowd during the team’s NBA Championship victory parade in Toronto, Canada, on Monday, June 17. Video from the crowd shows Kawhi and rapper Drake accepting the so-called ’Kawh’actus’ from the crowd and hoisting it into the air as the crowd cheers. Thousands of fans packed the city’s Nathan Phillips Square for the parade and rally on Monday. Excited fans even climbed parts of the city’s transit infrastructure, prompting the agency to cut power. Toronto Police later said two people suffered “serious but not life threatening” injuries following reports of a shooting at Nathan Phillips Square. Credit: April Engelberg via Storyful

Published on 17-06-2019

Billions on the line in NSW Budget

It was one of the most famous broken political promises ever: “Read my lips, no new taxes,” said soon-to-be US president George Bush in 1988. But within two years, Americans had to bear a raft of higher taxes.

Published on 17-06-2019

Vic dad of 5 still missing after 2 months

A Victorian father of five is still missing after setting off from East Gippsland to drive to Melbourne almost two months ago.

Published on 17-06-2019

Victoria, federal coalition mint NDIS deal

Victorians have been told they can now rest assured they will have access to the National Disability Insurance Scheme for years to come.

Published on 17-06-2019

Treasurer rejects Labor’s tax cut demands

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says he won't be giving Labor the modelling it has requested on the federal government's promised tax cuts.

Published on 17-06-2019

Vic man in court over Shae Francis death

A Victorian man is expected to face a Brisbane court over the death of a woman who vanished after visiting a sick relative in at a Queensland hospital.

Published on 17-06-2019

Bizarre ‘backwards’ bikini brutally roasted

A tiny bikini top has sent the internet into a spin thanks to the confusing nature of the skimpy garment.

Published on 16-06-2019

Brutal way Latrell discovered Blues axing

The rumours were spreading too quickly and too early for Latrell Mitchell to have been impervious.

Published on 16-06-2019

Landspouts Twist Over Kingfisher County, Oklahoma

Thin funnels snaked across the sky over Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, on June 16, as the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for the area. Meteorologist Emily Sutton described the funnels as “landspouts,” adding that they were “non-supercellular tornado[s] due to an area of low pressure moving overhead.” Credit: @royq86 via Storyful

Published on 16-06-2019

50 million hit by ‘unprecedented’ power outage

Argentina’s main energy company said that it was “slowly beginning to restore” electricity after a massive power failure left large swathes of the South American country and neighbouring Uruguay in the dark.

Published on 16-06-2019

Desperate search continues for backpacker missing in Byron Bay

Police are searching for a Belgian backpacker who has been missing from Byron Bay since last month. Theo Hayez was last seen on the May 31, at a hostel in Byron Bay. Police and Mr Hayez's family are extremely concerned for his welfare, as his passport and personal items were left behind at the hostel. He arrived in Australia in November and was supposed to fly home last week. His father is expected to address his son's disappearance on Monday. Image: Supplied

Published on 16-06-2019

Fast News: Today’s top stories

Hong Kong's Chief Executive has apologised to protestors over its contentious extradition bill, Scott Morrison is facing off with PNG's Immigration Minister over a security contract, and energy providers are set to deliver some relief to households. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 16-06-2019

Energy companies expected to cap cheap rates

Some Australian households could save thousands of dollars on their power bills, with prices not expected to rise next financial year. Energy company AGL will reportedly join with Origin, leaving cheap rates untouched from next month, News Corp reports. Victorian households can expect to make savings of up to $1,500, while reductions in New South Wales, South Australia and southeast Queensland will reach up to $500. The move helps to ease concerns that electricity companies would recoup losses from bans on high charges by increasing their lower rates. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 16-06-2019

Berejiklian vows to ‘hold everyone to account’ over Sydney apartment evacuation

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian has vowed to 'hold everyone to account', as hundreds of residents from Sydney's Mascot Towers remain displaced. Residents were evacuated on Friday evening after cracks were found in the beams of the ten-storey building, sparking concerns about its structural stability. Documents from a meeting of owners have revealed concerns about the structure were first raised months ago. The incident is similar to that of the 36-storey Opal Tower apartment complex in Sydney's Olympic Park which was evacuated six months ago after loud cracking noises were heard by residents, with damage later found on several floors. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 16-06-2019

Israel Folau launches new LGBT attacks in church sermon

Sacked Rugby Union star Israel Folau has doubled down on his comments about homosexuals in a sermon to his congregation. Speaking at a church in Sydney, Mr Folau has claimed the devil is 'trying to instil' homosexuality and gender fluidity into the world. The former Wallabies player has also taken aim at young people undergoing transgender treatment. Australian Rugby Union terminated the 30-year-old's $4 million contract over posts he made on social media saying 'hell awaits' homosexuals. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 16-06-2019

Doctors told to stop prescribing drugs for chronic pain

Doctors will be re-educated on treating chronic pain under a new national plan being rolled out on Monday. They will be told to stop prescribing drugs and start implementing exercise and psychological management strategies. Millions of Australians will also get access to 20 Medicare-funded medical and group services to help manage their condition. Eight in 10 people living with chronic pain are not getting the help they need.

Published on 16-06-2019

Extreme Weather Outlook

Sydneysiders are set for a soggy Sunday while thunderstorms head towards Queensland's southeast. The west coast can also expect a drenching as heavy rains progressively make their way inland over the week. Sky News Meteorologist Rob Sharpe has the details

Published on 15-06-2019

NSW criminals stockpile weapons for shorter prison sentences

Criminals in New South Wales are reportedly stockpiling weapons and surrendering them to authorities in exchange for lighter prison sentences. News Corp has learned that 29 guns recently seized from an abandoned car in Bankstown were surrendered by an influential criminal who had spent months negotiating the handover with senior police. Dozens of similar deals have reportedly been organised between criminals and authorities in New South Wales over the past 18 months. The Law Council of Australia is pushing for greater scrutiny of the deals, arguing that judges would not apply such concessions if they knew weapons were being intentionally stockpiled to negotiate for reduced sentences. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 15-06-2019

Hardhats donned for first Notre Dame mass since fire

A small congregation has gathered in Notre Dame for the first mass since a fire ripped through the famous Paris cathedral. The Archbishop of Paris led the service, with about 30 worshippers donning hardhats as they prayed and sang. A large fire ravaged the centuries-old building in April, which caused substantial structural damage to the roof and destroyed building's iconic spire. Image: AP

Published on 15-06-2019

Hong Kong indefinitely shelves controversial extradition bill

Hong Kong's government has shelved a proposed extradition law that would allow people to be sent to mainland China for trial. The measure has been suspended indefinitely following extreme public backlash and a series of mass protests which had started to turn violent. The territory's chief executive Carrie Lam says the government is 'adopting an open mind' to heed the 'different views in society towards the bill', insisting there was 'no intention to set a deadline' for the contentious legislation. Image: AP

Published on 15-06-2019

No indication when residents can return to ‘cracking’ Mascot building

Hundreds of residents from an inner Sydney apartment complex have spent a second night locked out of their homes after cracks were found in the beams of the ten-storey building. Engineers are looking into the structural integrity of the Mascot Towers units, but residents have been given no indication of when they can return to their homes. Occupants received an email on Thursday warning them of the structural concerns before they were suddenly evacuated on Friday evening. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 15-06-2019

Labor doubles down on calls to split Coalition’s income tax bill

Labor has doubled down on growing calls to split the Coalition's proposed income tax bill. Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers says the move will most likely gain unanimous support in parliament when politicians return to Canberra in July. Mr Chalmers says the government is being 'pig-headed' and playing games with the economy, arguing the Coalition is 'more interested in a fight with Labor' than they are with putting tax relief 'into the hands of working people'. The government has ruled out splitting the bill, arguing it will implement the changes in full. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 15-06-2019

What affordable SUV should I buy?

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Published on 15-06-2019

‘We watched them blow our house up’

These men and woman have survived in the hardest of circumstances — their lives were taken away from them and they’ve been forced to try and create some normality of life.

Published on 15-06-2019

What you need to know about using black in your kitchen

When it comes to kitchens, many of us tend to play it safe and opt for an easy white, bright palette.

Published on 15-06-2019

Brumbies learn Super Rugby final opponent

The Brumbies will gallop into a Super Rugby quarter-final against the Sharks after the besieged South African side pipped the Lions to the last spot in the playoffs.

Published on 15-06-2019

Police injured in Vehicle pursuit

Police Officers from Ryde LAC attempted to stop a black commodore which failed to stop and a pursuit ensued.

Published on 14-06-2019

Opinion: Pro-Brexit Boris Johnson Frontrunner for UK Leadership

Boris Johnson led the campaign to leave the EU. On June 12, 2019, he launched his leadership bid saying that if Brexit isn’t delivered, “we will face mortal retribution from the electorate.” Image: Getty

Published on 14-06-2019

Residents evacuated from Mascot building

Residents of a Mascot apartment building are temporarily rehoused after being evacuated from their homes.

Published on 14-06-2019

Sixers star opts out of NBA contract

Jimmy Butler has reportedly informed the Philadelphia 76ers he will opt out of the final year of his contract to enter free-agency this off-season in a bid to chase a potential $190 million monster deal.

Published on 14-06-2019

Southwest Airlines Crew Sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to 101-Year-Old WWII Veteran

The crew on a Southwest Airlines flight took time to celebrate the 101st birthday of a World War II veteran on June 13, on a trip from Orlando, Florida. Samantha Godwin shared footage of the crew and passengers on the plane singing to the passenger, who turned 101 on June 12. “@SouthwestAir being the baller airlines that they are took time out to sing Happy Birthday to a WWII vet,” Godwin tweeted. Credit: Samantha Godwin via Storyful

Published on 14-06-2019

Kylie Jenner DOES NOT Intend To Marry Travis Scott! Instead She Wants To EXPERIENCE Other Men! | DR

We are breaking down all this Kylie Jenner tea for you guys today! Travis has been M.I.A. from Kylie's life for a hot second but after a new Radar online report it looks like the couple might be calling it quits very soon, since Kylie wants to go off and experience other men! We are discussing all this and more on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 14-06-2019

Now screening in Camberwell

It’s easy to see why this Edwardian weatherboard house in Camberwell has been dubbed Screen House.

Published on 14-06-2019

Incredible way a lost city is rebuilding

How do you start to rebuild, when 500,000 people are dead, half a country is destroyed, millions of people driven from their homes, and schools, hospitals, houses, businesses, water pipes and the electricity grids destroyed?

Published on 14-06-2019

End of an era: BMW makes huge change

So this is it: the last hurrah for BMW’s rear-wheel drive 1 Series. From here on in, if you want a sporty hatch from any maker, including BMW’s new 1 Series due later this year, you can have it only with front- or all-wheel-drive.

Published on 14-06-2019

Tested: Australia’s favourite luxury SUV

In theory, a mid-life update should make a car better in some ways and no worse in any way. Sounds simple, but even the best brands have the occasional facelift fail.

Published on 14-06-2019

Qld budget will jeopardise mining industry and increase energy prices: Ferguson

Martin Ferguson is slamming the the newly-released Queensland budget, saying it will jeopardise investment in mining and increase gas energy prices. The budget, released on Tuesday, outlines a hike in gas production royalties, from 10 per cent to 12.5 per cent from July 1. Queensland Resources Council chief executive Ian Macfarlane says the increase puts long-term jobs in the resources sector at risk. State Treasurer Jackie Trad's second budget is forecast to raise total debt to $88.1 billion by 2022-23. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 11-06-2019

New York helicopter crash raises fresh flying concerns

A fatal helicopter crash in Manhattan has raised safety concerns about aircraft flying above the densely populated city. Pilot Timothy McCormack was killed when he made a hard-landing on a 54-storey skyscraper in heavy fog. Image: AP

Published on 11-06-2019

Uber Air service to take off in Melbourne

Supplied video obtained Wednesday, June 12, 2019. Uber has announced Melbourne as the first international market for a ride-sharing service in the skies, with Uber Air aiming to "open up urban air mobility" to alleviate traffic congestion on the ground. Uber says test flights are due to start from 2020, with plans for commercial operations to commence from 2023 for the same price as its UberX service. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Amelia Banks)

Published on 11-06-2019

Records shatter in World Cup massacre

Alex Morgan tied a World Cup record with five goals as the defending champion United States opened the Women’s World Cup with a record-breaking 13-0 rout of Thailand on Wednesday morning (AEST).

Published on 11-06-2019

Manhunt after two shooting attacks

Two brazen shootings attacks in the space of four days targeting the same home in suburban Melbourne have alarmed authorities.

Published on 11-06-2019

‘Dirty politics’: Albo’s move slammed

Union leader John Setka has accused federal Labor of playing “dirty politics” and is refusing to stand down from his CFMMEU role.

Published on 11-06-2019

Retail giant unloads on ‘little hoods’

The boss of electronics giant Harvey Norman has lashed out at Sydney teens who have targeted his stores and others in a horror spate of robberies across the city.

Published on 11-06-2019

Mum’s ‘crazy’ linen closet goes viral

Welcome to Clean Sweep, news.com.au’s home organisation series, featuring exclusive advice on how to declutter your home, direct from Aussies who have spruced their way to success.

Published on 11-06-2019

Indiana Police Escort Mother Duck and Ducklings Off Highway Ramp

A mother duck and her ducklings were given a police escort off a highway ramp near Notre Dame, the Indiana State Police Department said on June 10. This video, posted to Twitter by Sergent Ted Bohner, shows an officer ushering the duck and her ducklings forward as they make their way to a patch of grass past the ramp. The sound of chirps and quacks can be heard against nearby traffic as the group journeys to safety. Credit: Indiana State Police Department via Storyful

Published on 11-06-2019

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Published on 11-06-2019

Chaos as chopper crashes into NYC building

New Yorkers are in shock after a helicopter crashed into a 52-storey skyscraper, killing the pilot on impact.

Published on 10-06-2019

Furious tennis star puts Kyrgios to shame

When you’re making Nick Kyrgios’ racquet smashes look like a toddler throwing toys out of the cot, you know you’ve made a donkey out of yourself.

Published on 10-06-2019

Family of seven poisoned by pool system

Five children and two adults in Sydney’s east have been rushed to hospital after a carbon monoxide leak which has been traced to a pool heater. Emergency services were called to the stately home on Wentworth Road in Vaucluse after 1.30pm on Monday.

Published on 10-06-2019

Drug lord had star shot over alleged affair

Authorities in the Dominican Republic believe baseball legend David Ortiz was shot by two police officers hired by a drug lord who thought the former Red Sox slugger was having an affair with his wife, according to a report.

Published on 10-06-2019

Cardi B CLAPS BACK With A NASTY Photo Of Her Swollen Feet!

Cardi B CLAPS BACK at those who think she LIED about having plastic surgery complications with this picture of her swollen feet. PLUS…she gave us an exclusive look at what her stripper character is going to look like for her movie debut. FINALLY…the Barbz are UPSET because Nicki Minaj will NOT be going on tour with Chris Brown like everyone thought. We’re talking the latest with Cardi B and Nicki Minaj right now so stay right here for the latest tea.

Published on 10-06-2019

NZ to pull troops from Iraq by mid-2020

The New Zealand government will pull all Kiwi troops out of Iraq by the middle of 2020. The soldiers have spent the past four years working with Australian troops to train local security forces.

Published on 10-06-2019

Hundreds of plant types are extinct-study

More than 500 species of plants have disappeared in the past 250 years - more than twice the number of birds, mammals and amphibians recorded as extinct, according to a new study.

Published on 10-06-2019

Melbourne hoons cop $240,000 in fines

More than 300 people have been busted at a Melbourne hoon gathering, with police pepper spraying a 17-year-old.

Published on 10-06-2019

Qld police shoot knife-wielding man

Police have repeatedly shot a man who rushed at them with knives on the Gold Coast.

Published on 10-06-2019

NYC helicopter crash a ‘big tragedy’: Trump

President Donald Trump on Monday called the helicopter crash in New York City that killed one person, who is presumed to be the pilot, 'a big tragedy' and 'very sad event'.

Published on 10-06-2019

Death row inmate’s strange last words

Susanna Reid came face-to-face with a triple killer who murdered his estranged wife’s family just days before he was executed.

Published on 09-06-2019

ABC set to pursue legal challenge against AFP raid

The ABC will reportedly pursue a legal challenge following the Australian Federal Police raids on it's Sydney headquarters last week. The AFP's exhaustive search warrant was in relation to a 2017 investigative journalism series called 'the Afghan Files', which revealed secret Defence force documents. If successful, the case could change the way press freedom is constituted in Australia. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 09-06-2019

Rare desert spring threatened under Adani plan

A group of researchers believe a rare desert oasis could be under threat if Adani's groundwater management plan is given the green light. Seven leading experts have released a report which found the Carmichael mine project in central Queensland's Galilee Basin may cause the springs to stop flowing permanently, Nine Newspapers report. Adani's groundwater management plan is the final hurdle the Indian mining company needs to clear before it can begin construction of the coal project. The Environment and Science department is set to hand down a decision on whether the mining giant's plan will go ahead on Wednesday. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 09-06-2019

Fast News: Today’s top stories

Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, ABC Chair Ita Buttrose and entertainment icon Hugh Jackman are among those who have received awards in the Queen's Birthday Honours List, and protestors in Hong Kong have rallied against proposed extradition laws. Image: Getty

Published on 09-06-2019

Queen’s Birthday Honours list released

The Governor-General has approved the Order of Australia awards for over one thousand recipients in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours List. In what will be his last Honours List as Governor-General, Sir Peter Cosgrove has awarded 1,214 Australians for their significant community contributions. Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, ABC chair Ita Buttrose and entertainment icon Hugh Jackman have each been awarded the prestigious Companion of the Order, the highest award of the Order of Australia accolades. A record 40 per cent of recipients are female, with Sir Peter Cosgrove saying the public would 'welcome higher recognition of magnificent Australian women.'

Published on 09-06-2019

Gold Coast has highest rate of elder abuse in Qld

Shocking figures have found the Gold Coast has the highest rate of elder abuse in Queensland. The Gold Coast Community Legal Centre reportedly deals with between 10 and 15 cases of elder abuse each week, with one in ten Gold Coasters above the age of 50 have reported abuse. The organisation handled 128 cases last year, with women representing around 60 per cent of victims. Image: Getty

Published on 09-06-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

The Matildas have suffered a shock 2-1 loss against Italy in their World Cup opener, the Swans have swooped in to claim a 45 point victory over West Coast, and the Titans coach is refusing to rule out reports Tyrone Peachey wants out of the club. Image: Getty

Published on 09-06-2019

Tobacco importation to be prohibited from July 1

Authorities are cracking down on illegal tobacco syndicates, implementing new legislation that will affect all imports. From July 1, tobacco will become a ‘prohibited import,’ Australian Border Force Inspector Neil Singh says. ‘If it arrives here through the mail stream, it will be seized and destroyed,’ he says. Once discovered, Mr Singh says a tobacco taskforce will work to catch the culprits bringing the goods into Australia. Image: Getty

Published on 09-06-2019

ABC to launch legal action over AFP raid

The ABC is reportedly preparing to launch legal action over an Australian Federal Police raid on its Sydney headquarters.

Published on 09-06-2019

Qld dig continues for missing US woman

Police will continue digging up the yard of a Brisbane home on Monday, searching for the remains of an American woman they believe may have been murdered.

Published on 09-06-2019

Car hits pole in Sydney

Four people are in hospital and one is fighting for life, after a car slammed into a power pole in western Sydney.

Published on 08-06-2019

How ‘amazing’ cricket stint put Barty on the path to tennis glory

Newly-crowned French Open champ Ashleigh Barty has credited her stint as a player with Brisbane Heat’s WBBL team for rescuing her career.

Published on 08-06-2019

Meaning behind Queen’s birthday brooch

Every year, Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her birthday in style with a parade known as Trooping the Colour.

Published on 08-06-2019

Get back to nature without venturing too far from the city

A Clarendon home offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, and was designed to be at one with the picturesque locale it inhabits.

Published on 08-06-2019

Six and out: ‘Extreme’ Cup moment

Australia’s batsmen struggled against the pace and bounce of the West Indian attack during the week so they won’t have liked what they saw from Jofra Archer ahead of their clash with England later in the World Cup.

Published on 08-06-2019

The $23 item that won’t let you down

My love of a bright lip is real. My obsession with a practically fluorescent tone of pink dates way back to my obsession with Baby Spice in the ’90s and now I never go anywhere without my trusty fave, M. A. C’s Candy Yum Yum in my handbag.

Published on 08-06-2019

Expect fun and games at Eliston estate

There will be no shortage of places to play at Eliston estate, in Clyde, especially with more than 11ha of parkland.

Published on 08-06-2019

Tested: The planet-friendly luxury SUV

Now that diesel’s dying a slow but certain death in mainstream cars and SUVs, where do you go if you want high-efficiency motoring but you’re not yet ready, willing or able to put your money into electric wheels?

Published on 08-06-2019

‘F*** yes’: Ricciardo’s smile is back

Sebastian Vettel ended Mercedes’ run of early-season qualifying supremacy on Saturday when he claimed a dramatic late pole position for Ferrari in a crash-hit showdown at the Canadian Grand Prix.

Published on 08-06-2019

Mexico deal a win for ‘hostage-taking’

The migration deal imposed on Mexico this week by US President Donald Trump under the threat of punitive tariffs was a victory for "hostage-taking" over international rules, a former head of the World Trade Organisation says.

Published on 08-06-2019

Police appeal for information following sexual assault

Police have released CCTV vision and stills and are appealing for public assistance as they continue to investigate a sexual assault that occurred in Sydney’s inner west in January this year.

Published on 07-06-2019

Star’s brutal response to ‘ridiculous’ taunts

Geelong superstar Gary Ablett was met with loud boos from sections of the Richmond faithful early in Friday night’s MCG clash, but the two-time Brownlow Medal winner had the last laugh.

Published on 07-06-2019

Party bus destroyed by fire

M4 Clyde Party Bus Fire: At around 2:15am this morning emergency services were called to reports of a Bus Fire, westbound on the M4 near woodville road. On arrival they found that a Party Bus with 16 occupants on boards had caught fire and was well alight on the new westbound section of the M4 that had recently been upgraded. It is reported by the bus driver that a popping sound was heard from the rear of the bus and not long after smoke could be seen coming from the rear of the bus. The bus driver pulled the bus to a stop and fire quickly took hold. All occupants were evacuated without sustaining any injuries Multiple additional Fire Trucks were called due to a lack of water at the scene. It took fire crews around an hour to fully extinguish the blaze. Another bus from the same party company was dispatched to pick up the guests and take them home. Police were happy that no-one was injured during this incident on a long weekend. VIDEO: Gordon McComiskie

Published on 07-06-2019

Florida Daycare Worker Arrested After Shaking, Slapping Child

A Florida woman was arrested on June 3 after security footage allegedly showed her shaking and slapping a child at a childcare facility in Ormond Beach, Florida, on May 23. Katherine Weitz, 65, was charged with three felony counts of an activity that could result in physical or mental injury of a child. The City of Ormond Beach released video on June 7 that reportedly showed Weitz scolding and roughly handling a child during naptime at Dream City Academy. The room Weitz was in was reserved for one-year-old children, according to an arrest affidavit. In the video, Weitz is seen sitting near children during a nap period. She responds to one child’s movements by grabbing the their limbs and tossing the child down onto the bed. She is seen grabbing, shaking and slapping the child’s face. She later kicks the bed and adjusts it roughly, causing the child’s head to bounce up and down. Weitz said she “went a little overboard” with the treatment of the child and attributed her actions to a “terrible headache” she woke up with, according to the affidavit. Weitz, who was fired, was involved in “at least 30 incidents of mistreatment to small children,” the affidavit said. Credit: City of Ormond Beach via Storyful

Published on 07-06-2019

France captain hailed for touching gesture

Hosts France laid down a marker in the opening game of the women’s World Cup as towering defender Wendie Renard scored twice in a rampant 4-0 win over South Korea to kick off the tournament in style in Paris.

Published on 07-06-2019

Motorcycle Split in Two During Head-On Collision in North Oregon

A deadly crash between a motorcycle and a patrol car in north Oregon on June 2 left the bike split into two pieces, as seen in this dashcam footage released by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. According to the sheriff’s office, the rider lost control of his motorcycle along Highway 211 and slid off the bike as it went under the patrol car. Both the rider and the officer driving the patrol vehicle suffered minor injuries, but the bike was split in two from the impact. This video shows the moment of impact as well as the remains of the bike in the aftermath of the accident. The rider was taken to hospital and issued citations for Reckless Driving, not having a motorcycle endorsement, and lacking insurance. Credit: Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful

Published on 07-06-2019

Live a life of luxury and enjoy the buzz of North Adelaide

A North Adelaide home is packed with character and offers easy access to the city, as well as all the amenities of one of the state’s most popular fringe suburbs.

Published on 07-06-2019

Opinion: Joe Biden: “I can no longer support” Hyde Amendment

After four decades supporting the Hyde Amendment—which prohibits federal funding for abortions—Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden has changed his mind. Image: Getty

Published on 07-06-2019

Protests Held in Darfur Against Dispersal of Khartoum Sit-In

Protesters in Zalingei in Sudan’s Central Darfur state marched against the governing military council following prayers on Friday, June 7, the Sudanese Professionals Association said. Residents of the town also protested following Eid prayers on Wednesday, local media reported. This footage was published by the Sudanese Professionals Association in Central Darfur State Facebook page, and shows a crowd of protesters marching. Protesters can be hear chanting, “It still hasn’t fallen.” They also chant slogans against the chairman and deputy chairman of the governing Transitional Military Council, “Down with Burhan and Hemedti too.” Credit: Sudanese Professionals Association – Central Darfur State via Storyful

Published on 07-06-2019

Crowd Celebrates at Hozier Concert After Finding Out St. Louis Blues Won Game 5

The St. Louis Blues took Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals against the Boston Bruins on June 6 and the crowd at singer Hozier’s concert in St. Louis, Missouri, erupted in cheers. Gabriela Del Risco shared footage of the crowd chanting “Lets Go Blues” during the singer’s concert in St. Louis. “Amazing moment when the audience at the Hozier concert found out the Blues won 2-1 !!! @StLouisBlues @Hozier,” she tweeted. The singer later joined in on the celebrations, donning a St. Louis Blues jersey on stage. The Blues beat the Bruins 2 to 1 in Boston, Massachusetts, taking a 3 to 2 lead in the series. Credit: Gabriela Del Risco via Storyful

Published on 07-06-2019

Less than 20 per cent of millennials know how to read a paper map: Study

Just 18 per cent of millennials say they feel confident reading a hard-copy map while one in seven millennials say they've never tried reading one. The US-based survey found 44 per cent of older adults feel confident in using the now antiquated way of finding their way around. About 60 per cent of millennials say they rely on their phone to navigate. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 06-06-2019

Krispy Kreme’s mega giveaway starts

There’s nothing better in life than an unexpected surprise, especially when that surprise is delicious and free.

Published on 06-06-2019

Footy family says heartbreaking farewell

Heartbreaking photographs have emerged of former football star Brad Green and his sons farewelling their wife and mother.

Published on 06-06-2019

Nurse silently murdered 85 patients

A German court Thursday handed a life sentence to a nurse believed to be the most prolific serial killer in the country’s post-war history, for the “unfathomable” crime of murdering 85 patients in his care.

Published on 06-06-2019

‘Vulgar abuse’: Warriors part-owner banned by NBA

The Golden State Warriors’ investor who shoved Toronto guard Kyle Lowry during Game 3 of the NBA Finals won’t attend any more games in the series.

Published on 06-06-2019

Extreme weather outlook

Five severe weather events in five days will tear through Western Australia. Sky News Meteorologist Rob Sharpe has the details.

Published on 06-06-2019

Weather explained: Satellite vegetation data shows the incredible extent of Australia’s seemingly endless drought

Sky News Weather Chief Meteorologist explains.

Published on 06-06-2019

Widow can’t look at London Bridge victims

The widow of the London Bridge terror attack ringleader has broken down in court, saying she has laid flowers at the scene but is "not able to look" at photos of the eight people, including two Australians, who were killed.

Published on 06-06-2019

Banned for playing with the boys

A female footy player has been suspended from her women’s league for six weeks for filling in for the local men’s side.

Published on 06-06-2019

Chilling CCTV captures Darwin rampage

Chilling CCTV images have caught the moment alleged Darwin shooter Ben Hoffman killed his last victim.

Published on 06-06-2019

Final day of Pell’s appeal hearing begins

The second and final day of George Pell's appeal hearing begins on Thursday. Yesterday, his legal team argued the cardinal had a ‘real alibi’ as they fought in Victoria's Supreme Court to have his conviction for sexually abusing two choirboys overturned. The 77-year-old was sentenced to six years in jail with a non-parole period of three years and eight months. Pell continues to maintain his innocence.

Published on 05-06-2019

Kiwis survive real scare to stay unbeaten

New Zealand survived a dramatic late fightback by Bangladesh to pull off a nervy two-wicket win in their World Cup clash at the Oval.

Published on 05-06-2019

‘This song sucks’: Rapper slams anthem

A number of football players, some Aboriginal and some not, refused to sing Australia’s national anthem at the first game of the State of Origin rugby league series.

Published on 05-06-2019

Mission to retrieve bodies on Himalayas called off

A mission to recover five bodies on the Himalayas has been called off after a rescue helicopter was unable to reach them. Officials are now reconsidering plans to retrieve them after they were spotted during the search for eight climbers in the area. Sydney woman Ruth McCance is among the group who were reported missing when they failed to return to their base camp last Friday. The group is believed to have been caught in an avalanche.

Published on 05-06-2019

Qld Police seize items during operation Quebec Sight

Supplied video obtained Wednesday, June 5, 2019 showing a number of vehicles and jewellery seized after detectives executed six simultaneous search warrants at Crestmead, Kingston, Park Ridge, Browns Plains, Hollywell and Southport as part of operation Quebec Sight. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Queensland Police)

Published on 05-06-2019

City bridge crash causing big delays

A CRASH in Brisbane’s inner-south is causing significant delays for commuters this morning.

Published on 05-06-2019

Qld plane wreckage believed to be missing Yak 52

Authorities have found the wreckage of an aircraft on South Stradbroke Island after a plane went missing. On Wednesday, concerns were raised when a vintage Yak 52 plane failed to return after taking off for a scenic flight from the Gold Coast, with a pilot and one passenger aboard. Authorities are yet to confirm it’s the missing plane, with a forensic examination yet to take place.

Published on 05-06-2019

Millennials are afraid of taking lunch breaks

Millennials are more afraid to take lunch breaks than any other generation, American researchers have found. The age group is nearly three times more likely than baby boomers to think their co-workers will judge them for taking regular lunch breaks. About 16 per cent of young workers say they would even take a small pay cut if it means taking lunch every day. A campaign dubbed ‘take back the lunch break’ is calling on workplaces to empower their employees to ditch the sad desk lunches, as skipping lunch can make workers less productive, unfulfilled and more prone to unhealthy eating.

Published on 05-06-2019

Turnbull reportedly opposed enhanced spying powers

Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull reportedly opposed the idea of the Australian Signals Directorate expanding its reach. The Sydney Morning Herald reports Mr Turnbull told the national security committee of cabinet that he did not favour a domestic expansion of the agency after a story by Newscorp journalist Annika Smethurst alleged a government proposal to spy on Australians. Mr Turnbull reportedly asked for an explanation from the agency's Director-General Mike Burgess. Federal Police raided Ms Smethurst's house on Tuesday in relation to the story. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 05-06-2019

Men charged, three firearms seized after armed robberies in Sydney’s south west

Two men charged as part of an investigation into five armed robberies across Sydney’s south west.

Published on 05-06-2019

Trump calls UK protesters ‘fake news’

Thousands of demonstrators have converged on Trafalgar Square in central London during US President Donald Trump’s visit to Downing Street. Activists brought surrounding streets to a standstill as they wheeled a robot of the President, sitting on a gold toilet seat, through the area. Mr Trump claims it was ‘a very small group of people put in for political reasons, so it’s fake news’.

Published on 04-06-2019

Nike hints at Kevin Durant’s future

Kevin Durant has been quiet on the issue, so NBA fans are left reading the tea leaves from Nike.

Published on 04-06-2019

US-China trade war is ‘impacting’ Australia’s economy

Josh Frydenberg says the US-China trade war is having a negative impact on Australia’s economy. Speaking to Sky News on Wednesday, Mr Frydenberg said it was in Australia’s interest, and the global economy’s interest, to reduce trade tensions and ensure disputes were settled amicably. In direct reference to the US-China trade tensions, Mr Frydenberg said Prime Minister Scott Morrison would ‘continue to encourage cool heads to prevail’. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 04-06-2019

Thousands of Protesters Call for Resignation of Czech Prime Minister Babis

Over 100,000 protesters filled Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czech Republic, on June 2, to call for the resignation of Prime Minister Andrej Babis after an European Union Commission report revealed conflicts of interest, Czech media said. Tuesday’s protest drew as many as 120,000 demonstrators, making it the largest such gathering since the 1989 Velvet Revolution, organizers of the “A Million Moments for Democracy” group told the BBC. Similar protests have taken place throughout the past weeks. Fifty thousand protesters filled Wenceslas Square two weeks ago, local media reported. Video taken from a nearby rooftops shows the gathered masses listening as a speech is delivered. Credit: Danko Handrick via Storyful

Published on 04-06-2019

‘End of human civilisation’ in 30 years

We take it all for granted. Food on the table. A comfortable living room. Transport. The rule of law. But a Melbourne-based research group warns: that’s all about to change - if we don’t act fast.

Published on 04-06-2019

RBA Governor demands banks pass entire interest rate cut

Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe has demanded banks pass on the full interest rate cut to borrowers, which was slashed to a record low of 1.25 per cent on Tuesday. While Commonwealth Bank and NAB have confirmed they will pass the cut in full, ANZ will only cut rates by 18 basis points and Westpac by 20. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the banks' actions are 'deeply disappointing'. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 04-06-2019

‘End of human civilisation’ in 30 years

In the past week, the world has experienced chaotic weather phenomena, from deathly Indian heatwaves to snow inundating parts of Queensland. Now, the Breakthrough National Centre for Climate Change has issued a report predicting the end of human civilisation as we know it.

Published on 04-06-2019

George Pell appeals child sexual abuse conviction

Cardinal George Pell will appear in Victoria’s Supreme Court on Wednesday to appeal his conviction for sex crimes against two young boys. Pell has been locked up in solitary confinement for the past 98 days since being found guilty of sexually abusing two 13-year-old choir boys when he was archbishop of Melbourne, in the 1990s. The 77-year-old was sentenced to six years in jail with a non-parole period of three years and eight months. His legal team will argue three grounds of appeal, including that the jury reached an unreasonable verdict given it could not have found him guilty beyond reasonable doubt. Pell continues to maintain his innocence.

Published on 04-06-2019

Four dead in Darwin shooting, one arrested

June 05, 2019. NT Police Commissioner Reece Kershaw addresses the media after a gunman opened fire with a pump action shotgun at five different locations in Darwin on Tuesday evening. Four men have been killed and a woman has been injured. The 45-year-old suspected gunman, who was on parole, has been arrested after being on the run for about an hour following the shootings. (AAP VIDEO/Greg Roberts)

Published on 04-06-2019

Football streaker’s cheeky Insta return

Kinsey Wolanski is riding out of Spain a winner after having her Instagram account — complete with more than two million new followers — reactivated.

Published on 04-06-2019

Fed slammed: ‘He should know better’

If you think Serena Williams can be a bit of a diva — this goes a long way to explaining why.

Published on 03-06-2019

Questions raised over arrival of Chinese warships in Sydney

Questions have been raised about the arrival of three Chinese warships in the Sydney Harbour, with New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian revealing she was not informed prior. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has dismissed concerns, saying he had known about the arrival for 'some time' and insisting 'it certainly wasn’t a surprise to the government'. Defence experts say the government's decision not to formally announce the Chinese naval taskforce visit to Australia is a 'bad look'. Shadow Minister for Defence and newly appointed Deputy Labor leader Richard Marles has taken aim at the government for its failure to announce the arrival in advance, questioning why the Coalition 'wouldn't bother to let anyone know it was happening'.

Published on 03-06-2019

’We’re ready’: Aussies lay down Ashes gauntlet

The ink is yet to dry on the naming of Australia’s women’s Ashes squad and the mind games have started.

Published on 03-06-2019

Barnes’ Q&A clash with SA Liberal

Jimmy Barnes has expertly held Monday night’s Q&A panel to account, regularly leaving the audience in stitches and calling out questionable claims made by politicians.

Published on 03-06-2019

Cooper and Shayk ‘hanging on by a thread’

Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk are on the rocks, a source tells us.

Published on 03-06-2019

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Published on 03-06-2019

Westpac cyber attack exposes private details of 100,000 bank customers

The private details of almost 100,000 bank customers have been exposed after a cyber attack that exploited Westpac’s PayID app, which allows users to transfer funds by entering someone’s phone number. The hackers, believed to be located in the United States, set up Westpac accounts and typed in random phone numbers some 600,000 times, yielding the names and bank account details of account holders including those from other banks. Authorities fear the hackers will be able to use customers' details to commit identity fraud.

Published on 03-06-2019

Extreme weather outlook

Snow, gales and huge waves are lashing New South Wales while Queensland and Western Australia can expect rain later this week. Sky News Weather Chief Meteorologist Tom Saunders explains.

Published on 03-06-2019

Kylie Jenner REVEALS Baby Stormi Was HOSPITALIZED Over The Weekend!

Kylie Jenner reveals that baby Stormi was hospitalized… thankfully she is okay. PLUS…We need to talk about how her big sis Kim SAVAGELY defended her after that whole face wash scandal. On top of that we have to talk about how Khloe Kardashian admitted to still loving Tristan Thompson during last night’s Keeping Up AND the date she had with a super fan this weekend. FINALLY…I’m going to fill you in on some Kourtney Kardashian news because Ryan Seacrest reacted to the fact that she wants to leave the families reality show. Clearly A LOT of went down with the KarJenners over the weekend so stay right here to keep up. #kyliejenner #babystormi #kuwtk

Published on 03-06-2019

Aussies set sky-high record over US

Supplied video obtained Monday, June 3, 2019, of an Australian skydiving team setting a new Australian national skydiving record. The Aussies came together in what is called a "130-way", or 130-person formation, in the sunny skies above Southern California. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Kelly Brennan)

Published on 03-06-2019

Calls for increased awareness about food allergies

FULL INTERVIEW: New research indicates more than 80 per cent of Australians living with food allergies believe the community confuses the potentially life-threatening medical condition with lifestyle choices, such as being vegan or disliking certain foods. Allergy and Anaphylaxis Australia CEO Mary Said has told Sky News there needs to be a balanced approach to increasing awareness so that food allergies are taken seriously. Ms Said has called for the wider community's support for people living with serious food allergies in order to 'improve their quality of life'. 'We can't let fatalities be the game changer', says Ms Said.

Published on 02-06-2019

Star tormented by undefeated Drake curse

The dreaded Drake curse struck once again — and this time it was Anthony Joshua who felt the full force.

Published on 02-06-2019

Albanese says shadow ministry reflects ‘the balance in Australian society’

Newly-minted Labor leader Anthony Albanese has unveiled his shadow ministry, comprised equally of men and women. Labor's cabinet consists of 12 women and 12 men, with Mr Albanese saying his frontbench reflects 'the balance in Australian society.' Some of the most notable appointments include Kristina Keneally, who will take on the high profile position of Opposition Home Affairs spokesperson. Former party leader Bill Shorten has remained on the frontbench and will take over the NDIS and Government Affairs portfolios, while the former deputy Tanya Plibersek has stayed on as Shadow Minister for Education and Training, but lost the portfolio for Women. Mr Albanese has also announced his deputy, Richard Marles, will stay on as Shadow Minister for Defence. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 02-06-2019

Action needed on indigenous deaths: Burney

The families of indigenous Australians who have taken their own lives must be included in efforts to prevent further deaths, federal Labor's first Aboriginal spokeswoman for indigenous Australians believes.

Published on 02-06-2019

Pastor asks God to give Trump ‘wisdom’

The pastor of a church in the US state of Virginia has asked God to give President Donald Trump wisdom to lead the country.

Published on 02-06-2019

Qld man attacked with hammer, golf club

An intruder attacked a man with a hammer and a golf club after breaking into his Gladstone home.

Published on 02-06-2019

Faulty parts on some Boeing MAX jets: FAA

The US Federal Aviation Administration has disclosed a new problem involving Boeing's grounded 737 MAX, saying that more than 300 of that troubled plane and an older model 737 may contain improperly manufactured parts.

Published on 02-06-2019

Woman sought over fatal NSW crash turns up

A woman wanted in connection with a fatal crash on a NSW highway last month, when a young father died after the car he was in slammed into a petrol tanker, has been charged.

Published on 02-06-2019

Cruise ship collides with Venice tour boat

A towering cruise ship has collided with a dock and a tourist boat in Venice, injuring four women, including at least one Australian, and reigniting calls for large vessels to be banned from the lagoon city.

Published on 02-06-2019

Sydney man kicks woman constable in face

A policewoman has been kicked in the face during an arrest in Sydney's northwest.

Published on 02-06-2019

‘Is this a joke?’: Rival shafted for Serena

World No. 4 Dominic Thiem was left fuming at French Open officials after being shafted from his own press conference by Serena Williams.

Published on 01-06-2019

NBA star sues girl, 5, for damages

NBA great Scottie Pippen is reportedly suing a five-year-old girl for vandalising his $US10 million Florida mansion by scribbling on the walls with markers and crayons.

Published on 01-06-2019

Virginia Beach gunman shot his co-workers

The US gunman who killed 12 people at a Virginia Beach municipal building before dying in a shootout with police has been identified as a disgruntled city engineer and co-worker of most of the victims.

Published on 01-06-2019

Florida Police Seek Twerking Woman Suspected of Shoplifting

A woman suspected of shoplifting from a Pembroke Pines clothing store on April 26 was caught twerking by the store’s security cameras, according to the Pembroke Pines Police Department. The police department released this footage in the hope that a member of the public would help identify her and her suspected accomplice, who police say stole $377 worth of items from Madrag. Credit: Pembroke Pines Police Department via Storyful

Published on 01-06-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

The Adelaide Crows have swooped in, all but ending Melbourne's finals hopes in a thrilling 90-88 comeback victory, and the Raiders have broken a three-match losing streak by beating the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.

Published on 01-06-2019

You’ll Never Walk Alone words

Liverpool have won the Champions League , make sure you can sing the club song to celebrate.

Published on 01-06-2019

Serena ‘boots’ tennis star from interview

Serena Williams’s bid to win a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title was thwarted again on Saturday when she was knocked out of the French Open 6-2, 7-5 by US compatriot Sofia Kenin in the third round.

Published on 01-06-2019

Europe’s most active volcano erupts

Italy’s Mount Etna, Europe’s most active volcano, is spewing ash and lava once again but officials say the activity is taking place at its summit and does not pose a risk to people.

Published on 01-06-2019

Brutal message Australia can’t ignore

On a warm day in Bristol where the picturesque ground playing host to Australia’s World Cup match against Afghanistan was, for the most part, bathed in sunshine, the men in green and gold felt the chill of an icy reception.

Published on 01-06-2019

Nadal digs deep as Federer notches historic win

Roger Federer became the oldest man to reach the French Open fourth round in 47 years on Friday by winning his record 400th Grand Slam match, while Rafael Nadal won in four sets as women’s second seed Karolina Pliskovawas dumped out.

Published on 31-05-2019

Albanese urged to support Coalition’s religious freedom legislation

Labor leader Anthony Albanese is being urged to work with Prime Minister Scott Morrison to pass religious freedom legislation when parliament resumes next month. Some senior Labor MPs have reportedly warned the swing against the party in some Western Sydney seats is proof of the need to help implement the new laws. Several Labor frontbenchers have also warned people of faith are turning against Labor, arguing freedom of religion played a role in the party's election loss in May. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 31-05-2019

Turnbull joins global investment firm KKR

Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has been appointed as a global senior advisor to KKR & Co, one of the world's largest investment firms. The new appointment marks a return to finance for Mr Turnbull, who entered politics after a series of high-profile corporate roles. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 31-05-2019

Historic fashion statement is ‘absurd’

Former Australian Test opener Ed Cowan says the historic decision at this year’s Cricket World Cup for sides to wear “clash” strips smells of a money grabbing exercise rather than an attempt to make the tournament more accessible to fans.

Published on 31-05-2019

Squirrel Struggles Against Arkansas River Floodwaters

A squirrel struggled to swim against Arkansas River floodwaters in North Little Rock, Arkansas, on Friday, May 31, as seen in this footage shot by Tara Jo Burns. Burns said she saw the squirrel drop from a tree that was surrounded by water, before watching it get dragged away under Main Street Bridge. “There was nowhere for him to go but maybe a few other trees there. No dry land anymore,” Burns said. Credit: Tara Jo Burns via Storyful

Published on 31-05-2019

Mass shooting in US council facility

Police are searching room-to-room in a Virginia Beach, Virginia, local government facility after a gunman opened fire.

Published on 31-05-2019

Selena Gomez & Niall Horan Finally Dating?! Blac Chyna Wins MAJOR Victory Against Kardashians! | DR

It Is a Good Friday! We Have Blac Chyna News…Lamar News…a Little Bieber Update…but First We’re Going to Talk About Selena and Niall Horan and their blossoming relationship! All this and more on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 31-05-2019

At home with Jackie Gillies

She’s a TV star and psychic medium who is also married to the rock star she used to have a poster of on her bedroom wall, but Jackie Gillies believes nothing happens by chance.

Published on 31-05-2019

Can a car be too safe?

More space, more safety, more power and generous-as-ever specification make the Subaru Forester is a bargain all-rounder in the mid-size SUV class.

Published on 31-05-2019

7yo sparks incredible tennis scenes

Nicolas Mahut’s fairytale run at the French Open came to an emotional end on Friday as the tennis veteran waved goodbye to his time in the singles draw at Roland Garros amid heartwarming scenes.

Published on 31-05-2019

Musical chairs could spell NBA disaster

Anthony Davis’ future is in flux, and now he may no longer have a seat at the table.

Published on 30-05-2019

Why star ditched Origin bonding session

South Sydney and now NSW five-eighth Cody Walker has revealed the secret behind his career-best year and maiden Origin selection was cutting out alcohol.

Published on 30-05-2019

Kylie Jenner’s Face Wash Tutorial ANGERS Fans! Justin Bieber BREAKS YT Record! | DR

Kylie Jenner is in trouble after she posted a face wash tutorial for Kylie Skin on her instagram! Also Justin Bieber is making waves after breaking this insane Youtbe record! All this and more coming up on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 30-05-2019

Seven killed, 21 missing after boat capsize in Hungary

Seven people have died and 21 remain missing after a tourist boat carrying crashed and capsized in waters off the coast of Hungary. The double-decker vessel was reportedly moored on the River Danube when it was hit by a cruise ship. The 64-year-old Ukrainian cruise ship captain has been taken into police custody and a criminal investigation is underway. Rescue teams are continuing their search for the missing passengers.

Published on 30-05-2019

Residents flee Southbank fire

The residents of a Southbank high rise apartment block were forced to flee after balcony fire in the early hours of this morning.

Published on 30-05-2019

Man jailed for 20 years over ‘cruel and callous’ murder of wife

A man who stabbed his wife to death in their Sydney home has spent his first night behind bars after being sentenced to 20 years in jail. Shahab Ahmed stabbed his wife 14 times in February 2017 after he discovered she was having an affair, stopping to smoke several cigarettes before calling Triple Zero. The judge labelled the crime 'cruel and callous', ruling that Mr Ahmed took deliberate steps following the attack to ensure his wife was 'beyond help'. Mr Ahmed's sentence has been backdated to his arrest, making him eligible for parole from May 2037. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 30-05-2019

Storm Brings ‘Intense’ Hail to Grand Canyon’s South Rim

A thunderstorm brought hail and gusty winds to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, Arizona, on the afternoon of May 30, the National Weather Service said. The Grand Canyon National Park Service shared this video, describing the hail as “intense.” “Good time to stay in your car or indoors until these storms pass,” the National Weather Service in Flagstaff advised. Credit: Grand Canyon NPS via Storyful

Published on 30-05-2019

How winning could prove real financial burden

The Melbourne Rebels may reportedly be unable to afford to host a Super Rugby home final if they top the Australian conference.

Published on 30-05-2019

WWE legend’s vicious Lesnar takedown

Jon Moxley — former WWE superstar Dean Ambrose — set the wrestling world alight this past weekend with a surprise debut at AEW’s Double or Nothing pay-per-view.

Published on 30-05-2019

Pro-Choice Demonstrators Protest Abortion Restrictions in St Louis Streets

An estimated 500 people rallied on the streets of St Louis, Missouri, on Thursday, May 30, to protest against the potential closure of the last remaining abortion clinic in the state, the Post Dispatch reported. Planned Parenthood, which operates the only remaining clinic in Missouri, was locked in a legal battle over the renewal of its license and was considering closing its Belleville clinic on Friday, May 31, according to reports. This came after Missouri’s governor signed a recent bill that will severely restrict abortions in the state come August. Video from St Louis shows protesters marching through downtown, waving signs and chanting slogans. The ACLU said over 500 demonstrators joined the protests on Thursday. Credit: NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri via Storyful

Published on 30-05-2019

Asylum seeker boat intercepted

Twenty Sri Lankan asylum seekers have been flown back to their home country after their boat was intercepted en route to Australia, it has been reported.

Published on 29-05-2019

Mainstay dumped for Diamonds Cup quest

Former Diamonds vice-captain Gabi Simpson is the shock omission from the Australia’s Diamonds squad named for the Netball World Cup in Liverpool from July 12-21.

Published on 29-05-2019

NRL star spills on ‘unfortunate’ exit

Back in the familiar surroundings of Redfern yesterday, James Roberts opened up on the motivation behind his shock swap to the Rabbitohs.

Published on 29-05-2019

LeBron’s bizarre secret obsession

He’s over 2m tall, full of muscle and notoriously grumpy — which makes LeBron James’ recently outed obsession all the more strange.

Published on 29-05-2019

Trump responds to Mueller bombshell

President Donald Trump has hit back at Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s bombshell remarks, arguing the case was “closed”.

Published on 29-05-2019

Kylie Jenner BACKSTABBED By BFF Stassi! Lamar Odom Reveals Thoughts On Tristan Thompson! | D

Kylie Jenenr just can’t catch a break with her friends these days! Her BFF Stassi posted a picture of Her and Jordyn Woods hanging out together! Also Lamar Odom just revealed his thoughts on the Tristan Thompson Cheating scandal and what he thinks of Tristan! All this and more coming up on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 29-05-2019

Extreme Weather Outlook

It has been a freezing finish to autumn, and more snow is likely in the first days of winter. Sky News Weather Chief Meteorologist Tom Saunders has the details.

Published on 29-05-2019

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Published on 29-05-2019

NZ budget info leaked in website error

New Zealand's Treasury department says an error on its website allowed highly sensitive government budget information to be accessed by the public ahead of time, after earlier suggestions there had been an illegal hack.

Published on 29-05-2019

NZ Police rule government was not hacked over ‘wellness’ budget

The budget breach saga in New Zealand has taken another turn, with police ruling the government was not hacked. Embargoed budget information was released earlier this week by the opposition National Party, days before the government was due to announce it. Police were called in to investigate the possible breach, but they ruled the material was accessed through the website search tool, not gained illegally. The ruling has vindicated National Party leader Simon Bridges, who maintained his party was innocent of any hacking claims. The New Zealand Government's 'wellness' budget is due to be handed down on Thursday.

Published on 29-05-2019

Malaysia is returning 450 tonnes of trash to source countries including Australia

Malaysia is shipping back 450 tonnes of plastic waste to the source countries that hoped to use Southeast Asian nation as a dumping ground. The turnaround comes after the discovery of nine shipping containers loaded with plastic, non-recyclable waste and household rubbish at Port Klang, west of the capital city Kuala Lumpur. Australia's rubbish is among the illegal waste from countries including the United States, Britain, Canada, Japan and Singapore.

Published on 28-05-2019

Manhunt underway in NSW for escaped prisoner

A prisoner has escaped from a minimum security correctional facility in the New South Wales Northern Tablelands. Ben Michie has been missing from the facility in Glen Innes since Tuesday morning. The 27-year-old is described as Caucasian, 175 centimetres tall, of a medium build with brown hair and blue eyes. He's known to frequent the Hunter Valley, Mid North Coast and Western Sydney areas. Police are urging the public not to approach him and instead call the police. Image: NSW Police

Published on 28-05-2019

US loses it over Aussie heist

The NBL and the New Zealand Breakers have signed American high school talent RJ Hampton, a player widely considered a top-five pick in the NBA Draft next year.

Published on 28-05-2019

Idlib Hospital Damaged by Airstrikes

Airstrikes targeted a hospital in Kafr Nabl, Idlib, on May 28, according to pro-opposition local media. Local activists reported that Dar al-Hikma hospital sustained enough damage that it was forced to stop operating. This footage was published by Baladi News Network and shows the damaged hospital. Credit: Baladi News Network via Storyful

Published on 28-05-2019

Kylie Jenner Plans SHOTGUN Wedding As Justin & Hailey Bieber CANCEL ALL Wedding Plans! | DR

We have a lot of Celebrity Wedding news to cover today From Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott planning a quick shotgun wedding to Justin Beiber and Hailey Baldwin canceling all wedding plans until Justin’s Mental Health is better! We are discussing all this and more on an all-new Daily Rewind!

Published on 28-05-2019

NSW Centre Josh Morris talks about what it’s like being the ‘old boy’ of the squad

NSW forward Payne Haas was just 9-years-old when Josh Morris made his State of Origin debut, and now here they are in the same team.

Published on 28-05-2019

Melbourne shivers through biting temperatures and gale force winds

Melbourne is shivering through an icy blast, with low temperatures and damaging winds forecast for most of wider Victoria. A severe weather warning is in place for much of the state, with residents told to expect gale force winds reaching 100 kilometres per hour. Victoria is set to suffer through its coldest week of the year, compounded by heavy snowfall in alpine areas. Temperatures are currently sitting five degrees below average for this time of year. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 28-05-2019

‘You dopes’: Jones’ brutal lockout law rant

Alan Jones has let rip at Sydney’s lockout laws in a scathing on-air rant this morning, as it was revealed the divisive rules may be tossed on the scrap heap.

Published on 28-05-2019

Australia ready to rise to the occasion … again

What a difference eight games make. Australia – the undisputed World Cup kings with four of the past five trophies – enter the 2019 tournament as the form team after going 8-0 on the final stretch of their road to England. And that was before Steve Smith, David Warner and Mitchell Starc – who didn’t play in any of those wins – returned.

Published on 28-05-2019

Anti-African and Middle East refugee policy ‘not racist’: NZ Deputy PM

Human rights groups say New Zealand's refugee policy is discriminating against some of the most vulnerable people, with some advocates branding it as racist. The 'family link' policy, introduced in 2009, prevents refugees from the Middle East and Africa from moving to New Zealand unless they have family connections, but some refugees have been brought in under emergency intakes, including from war-torn Syria. Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters, who supports the policy, says the rules ‘are not racist’, adding ‘those are the rules we inherited’. The policy is currently under review, as it is every three years.

Published on 28-05-2019

Severe Weather Warnings Issued for Chicago as Residents Report Flash Flooding

A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Chicago, Illinois, and surrounding areas on May 27. A flash flood warning was also in effect. Earlier, a tornado warning was in effect for an area south of the city. This footage posted to Twitter by user @karenvaughan shows a flooding a neighborhood in Morgan Park on Monday. Credit: @karenvaughan via Storyful

Published on 27-05-2019

Tasmanian Treasurer vows ‘no jobs will go’ under major budget cuts

Tasmania's Treasurer Peter Gutwein has defended a cost-cutting blitz in the state's public sector, promising ‘no jobs will go’. The state will be plunged into $1 billion of debt over four years, breaking an election promise to remain debt-free, assuming a $450 million efficiency dividend over the forward estimates from cuts to consultants and travel. Shadow Treasurer Scott Bacon says, ‘there is no way that Peter Gutwein can deliver on $450 million worth of cuts to the public service without having to cut jobs'. Mr Gutwein says, ‘we will just manage bringing people on, into the sector, as and when we need it'. Labor is due to deliver its budget reply on Tuesday. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 27-05-2019

Tornado Damages Fairgrounds in Charles City, Iowa

A tornado touched down in Charles City, eastern Iowa, on the afternoon of May 27, damaging the area’s fairgrounds as well as a fertilizer plant, the Des Moines Register reported. Other tornadoes were spotted throughout northeastern Iowa near Elma and Lime Springs, according to the National Weather Service in La Crosse. Credit: Seth Nordmeyer via Storyful

Published on 27-05-2019

Kids Cheer as Ohio Fire Department Soaks Them With Water

A fire department visited a local elementary school in Stark County, Ohio, and delighted students by spraying them with water during their annual field day on May 24. Captain Martin and his team from the Jackson Township Fire Department visited Lake Cable Elementary School on Friday. This video, which was posted by the fire department on Facebook, shows children running around as firefighters spray them. Credit: Jackson Township Fire Department via Storyful

Published on 27-05-2019

Two dead in Mount Eliza head-on smash

Two people have died following a tragic head-on smash in Mount Eliza on the Nepean Highway last night.

Published on 27-05-2019

Police hunt for killer after fatal shooting in Sydney’s west

New South Wales Police are hunting for a killer after a man was fatally shot at a home in Sydney' west. Police found the victim, aged in his 50s, at the Doonside property about 7.30pm Monday. Paramedics attempted to save the man but he was confirmed dead at the scene. Police cordoned off the street as officers tried to calm distraught onlookers. No arrests have yet been made but investigations continue.

Published on 27-05-2019

Albanese has concerns over ‘economics’ of Adani mine

Opposition leader Anthony Albanese has voiced his concerns for the economics of the controversial Adani coal mine in central Queensland. Mr Albanese has refused to publicly support the $2 billion Carmichael mine, saying that he doesn't agree with subsidising a railway line for the project. The newly appointed Labor leader is under pressure from the party to distance himself from the coal industry. Last year, he labelled the Adani project a climate change issue and argued there's no market for thermal coal, but maintains he will respect the process.

Published on 27-05-2019

Melbourne woman partied with her alleged killer the night she was murdered

Courtney Herron was at a party with her alleged killer the night she was brutally murdered and dumped in a Melbourne park. The 25-year-old’s severely beaten body was discovered in bushes at Royal Park in Melbourne on Saturday morning. Murder accused Henry Hammond, 27, was denied bail when he fronted Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday. Ms Herron’s family says the former private school girl was not homeless at the time of her murder, ‘just struggling to find her way in the world’.

Published on 27-05-2019

Unconscious Australian rescued from Mount Everest

An Australian man has reportedly been rescued from Mount Everest after he was found unconscious. The man was reportedly found in a critical condition at 7500 metres last week before hew as brought down by a rescue crew from the Tibet Himalaya Expedition Company. It is the latest incident being reported from the region as an increasing number of climbers are reported dead or missing on Mount Everest this season.

Published on 27-05-2019

$14 Kmart leggings that boost butts

As Jon Snow would say, winter is coming. And as anyone who hates the cold knows, there are a few wardrobe staples that tend to get you through those pesky frigid months.

Published on 27-05-2019

Mid-season draft 2019: Who will Blues take?

Recruiters believe Carlton will choose between ex-Fremantle midfielder Josh Deluca and Gippsland Power midfielder Kyle Dunkley, brother of Bulldog Josh, with the first overall selection.

Published on 26-05-2019

Last-minute Queensland Origin squad

Queensland’s starting line-up for Origin I appears locked and loaded as Kevin Walters prepares for the official unveiling on Monday morning.

Published on 26-05-2019

Thousands put $7b Metro to the test

Sydney’s North West Metro will be put to its first real test today as thousands of commuters are likely to use the multi-billion dollar network.

Published on 26-05-2019

Extreme weather outlook

A cold outbreak is well underway in southeastern Australia. How long will it last, and who will see the coldest weather? Sky News Weather Meteorologist Rob Sharpe has the details.

Published on 26-05-2019

Man charged over murder of 25-year-old Melbourne woman

A man has been charged over the murder of a Melbourne woman whose body was found by dog walkers in Royal Park on Saturday morning. Police say 25-year-old Courtney Herron had been homeless, struggling with drug and mental health issues when she was murdered at Parkville late on Friday night. Post mortem examinations show Ms Herron was allegedly severely beaten to death before her body was hidden in bushes. A 27-year-old man was arrested on Sunday night and is due to appear in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday. Image: Victoria Police

Published on 26-05-2019

Who your club will pick in the AFL mid-season draft

With less than 24 hours until the new AFL mid-season rookie draft, plenty of questions remain.

Published on 26-05-2019

Race to be UK PM centres on Brexit battle

The prospect of a "no deal" Brexit is fast becoming the central battle of the race to succeed Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May, as environment minister Michael Gove became the latest candidate to declare.

Published on 26-05-2019

Couple caught in mid-air sex act

A couple aboard a Jetstar flight has been sprung tugging their way into the mile high club.

Published on 26-05-2019

Man charged over Melbourne park death

A man has been charged with murder after Melbourne woman Courtney Herron was found bashed to death in a park on Saturday morning.

Published on 26-05-2019

Why Buble can’t wait to get back to Oz

Canadian superstar Michael Buble will tour Australia next February.

Published on 26-05-2019

Serial rapist ‘liked fear on girls’ faces’

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Published on 26-05-2019

US facing worst measles outbreak in three decades

The United States is in the grip of its worst measles outbreak in nearly three decades. Federal health officials report 880 people have contracted the highly contagious disease so far this year. Ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities in New York have been at the epicentre of the epidemic, with strong anti-vaccination messages being propagated throughout the group. Health authorities are running sweeping and exhaustive campaigns urging people to get vaccinated and threatening to impose fines on those who opt out.

Published on 25-05-2019

Sami Lukis: ‘I was the other woman’

I’d been innocently dating a new guy for about three months when the message appeared on my phone, from a woman I didn’t know.

Published on 25-05-2019

NBA star’s free-agency game-changer

The Nets’ summer has been framed as having to pick between keeping D’Angelo Russell or chasing Kyrie Irving. But maybe they don’t have to choose.

Published on 25-05-2019

Female cop attacked in Sydney pub

A Sydney man will appear in court today charged with assault after an attack on a female police officer overnight that left her with a broken nose.

Published on 25-05-2019

Murder in state’s Mid North

Police are investigating a murder at a town in the state’s Mid North.

Published on 25-05-2019

New breath test can tell if a cow is pregnant

Cows can now be breathalysed to see if they are pregnant, offering farmers a simple alternative to traditional methods. The breathalyser, developed by the start-up Agscent, can detect ultra-small biological compounds and structures which indicate pregnancy, and could help sense respiratory diseases. The new method has been trialled at a farm in the New South Wales Hunter Region.

Published on 25-05-2019

Seven candidates in contest to replace May

The contest to replace Theresa May as British prime minister is hotting up with seven candidates now vying for a job whose central task will be to find a way to take a divided Britain out of the European Union.

Published on 25-05-2019

Probe into death of man shot by police

A police officer has shot dead a man who came at him while armed with a knife.

Published on 25-05-2019

Incredible photos of Federer frenzy

Roger Federer is a man in demand and French tennis fans are more than just a little excited he’s finally returned to the land of wine and cheese.

Published on 25-05-2019

Tested: BMW’s lavish new family SUV

BMW’s fourth-generation X5 large SUV launched late last year, larger than before and lavished with new interior, infotainment, safety and comically large front kidney grille.

Published on 25-05-2019

On a peace mission

For many of us, life has become so busy, we’re intent on creating homes where we can relax, rest and renew.

Published on 25-05-2019

Man dead following house party brawl

A man has died and four others have been arrested after a brawl broke out at a house party in Sydney’s southwest last night.

Published on 24-05-2019

Macca’s giving away ‘best’ burgers yet

You can’t go wrong with a free burger.

Published on 24-05-2019

Intruder ‘breaks in’, cleans home

Massachusetts dad Nate Roman, 44, his bizarre experience on Facebook, describing how while he was at work on May 15, a stranger entered his house and instead of stealing or destroying anything, whoever the mystery intruder was cleaned and tidied every room in the house, right down to scrubbing the toilets and leaving toilet paper roses.

Published on 24-05-2019

Fast News: Today’s top stories

British Prime Minister Theresa May has given in to months of party pressure and will resign from June 7, and Tony Abbott has been targetted by Sydney protestors in the city's CBD.

Published on 24-05-2019

Great Red Spot being eaten alive

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is being chipped away. The planet-circling jet stream around it is ‘flaking’ off sections — some bigger than 10,000km — of the weakening bright orange-red swirl.

Published on 24-05-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

Newcastle has extended their winning streak to five matches after thrashing an understrength Roosters 38 to 12, and Nick Kyrgios has pulled out of the French Open just days after saying it 'sucks'.

Published on 24-05-2019

Man dies after house party brawl

A man has died after a massive brawl during a house party in Sydney’s south west that spread into the street.

Published on 24-05-2019

At home with Nathan Lay

When it came time to making a marriage proposal, opera singer Nathan Lay decided he would soar to new heights.

Published on 24-05-2019

Thunder Rumbles as Tornado-Warned Storm Rolls Through Central Illinois

A tornado-warned storm rolled through Fulton County, Illinois, near the towns of Table Grove, Lewistown, Liverpool, and Ipava on May 24, county officials said. This footage, shared by Matthew Peirce, shows the storm passing near Lewistown. The booming of thunder can be heard and flashes of lightning can be seen. Credit: Matthew Peirce via Storyful

Published on 24-05-2019

Street Lies in Shambles in Aftermath of Jefferson City Tornado

A tornado tore through Jefferson City, Missouri, shortly before midnight on May 22, causing severe damage to a three-mile stretch of the town, according to a report from the Riverfront Times. This footage shows a glimpse of the damage along Case Avenue on May 23. Credit: Lindsey Wilkerson/KOMU News via Storyful

Published on 24-05-2019

Seaside vibe in the suburbs

The Hamptons-inspired Erskine 290 by Hotondo Homes is all about fresh and light-filled living.

Published on 24-05-2019

Morrison visits recovering north QLD farms

Scott Morrison has returned to outback Queensland to meet graziers recovering from devastating floods.

Published on 23-05-2019

Justine Damond breathless in 911 calls

Australian life coach Justine Ruszczyk Damond was breathless and sounded concerned when she phoned 911 minutes before she was fatally shot by a US police officer, according to audio of the call.

Published on 23-05-2019

Barnaby admits ‘zero chance’ for cabinet

Former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce has admitted he has "zero prospects" of being handed a cabinet position as the prime minister shores up his ministry.

Published on 23-05-2019

Rape accused linked to Russell St bombing

A man once linked to Melbourne's deadly Russell Street bombing has spent the night in custody after being accused of the abductions and rapes of two teenage girls more than 30 years ago.

Published on 23-05-2019

New charges laid against Assange in US

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been accused of placing the US at risk of "serious harm" by publishing thousands of secret and classified documents in new charges filed by the US Justice Department.

Published on 23-05-2019

Map reveals huge Aussie meteorite

A NASA centre that studies asteroids and meteors has captured data showing where the meteorite landed, and how much energy it produced.

Published on 23-05-2019

Skies Go Dark Over Washington as Storm Rolls Through

Storm clouds gathered over Washington on the afternoon of May 23 as the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for DC and the surrounding Virginia and Maryland areas. This footage was taken outside the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. According to The Washington Post, severe storms knocked out power for more than 84,000 people in Virginia on Thursday. Credit: Lillie Farrell via Storyful

Published on 23-05-2019

‘He didn’t get there’: Bob Hawke’s loss

Blanche d’Alpuget has revealed the final tragedy of her husband Bob Hawke’s life, telling Leigh Sales the former prime minister didn’t get to vote in last week’s election.

Published on 23-05-2019

Trains suspended after bridge strike

TWO train lines have been suspended in Brisbane’s south after a bridge strike at Rocklea.

Published on 23-05-2019

Khloe Kardashian & Kris Jenner BEAT UP Lamar Odom’s Mistress According To His NEW Book | DR

Details are emerging from Lamar Odom’s new Tell-All book about his time when he was in a relationship with Khloe Kardashian and the stories are INSANE! We are discussing all this and more on in an all new episode of Hollyscoop’s Daily Rewind!

Published on 23-05-2019

Costly mistake Meghan keeps making

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Published on 22-05-2019

Aussie ‘Quadzilla’ burns US star

Powerhouse sprinter Trae Williams will add the X-factor of raw speed to the Australian rugby sevens squad after switching sports little more than a year out from the Tokyo Olympics.

Published on 22-05-2019

Fire Destroys Florida Garage Filled With Luxury Cars

A fire at a home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, destroyed five luxury cars on Tuesday night, May 21, a spokesperson for the fire rescue service said. The vehicles – a 2013 Nissan GTR, 2016 Bentley Moulsane, 2018 Porsche 911 special, 1973 VW Thing, and a 2018 Tesla Model X – burned after a two alarm fire ripped through a garage on Southeast 12th Court, according to officials. Speaking to local media, the Fire Battalion Chief said the fire took almost an hour to get under control. Local media said the home was sold in 2017 for $2.275 million. Two vehicles inside the garage, a Bentley and a Porsche, were estimated to be worth at $400,000 and $350,000 respectively. Videos posted by the fire rescue service shows officials battling the blaze as well as the burned shells of the vehicles after the fire was controlled. Credit: Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue via Storyful

Published on 22-05-2019

Salim Mehajer leaves Parramatta court

May 23, 2019. Salim Mehajer leaves Parramatta District Court on May 22 after being released from Cooma Correctional Centre on May 21. The former Auburn deputy mayor shot to fame after his lavish wedding, bizarre media appearances and frequent brushes with the law. Mehajer was found guilty in April 2018 of being part of a 2012 electoral fraud plot that helped put him on Auburn City Council. (AAP Video/Sarah McPhee)

Published on 22-05-2019

Oklahoma Firefighters Save Man Trapped in Floodwaters

A team of firefighters in Oklahoma saved a man who had been clinging to a fence in floodwater for five hours on May 21, the Broken Arrow Fire Department said. According to the department, the man’s vehicle had been swept off the road by floodwaters in Broken Arrow and firefighters used a life safety rope to wade through the current to give him a flotation device. Firefighters pulled the man to safety and he was brought to hospital in a stable condition, they said. On Wednesday, Broken Arrow began issuing voluntary evacuations for residents living in the southern areas of the city, according to reports from KJRH and a post on the city’s Facebook page. Credit: Broken Arrow Fire Department via Storyful

Published on 22-05-2019

Fury over Labor leadership ‘stitch-up’

Labor MPs are arcing up over a perceived stitch-up that would see Anthony Albanese win the party’s leadership ballot uncontested.

Published on 22-05-2019

Manchester bombing memorial marks two years since concert tragedy

A private memorial service has been held in the British city of Manchester, marking two years since 22 people were killed in a terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert. Victims’ families and survivors of the bombing have used the occasion to express frustration that the inquest into the deaths has been delayed until 2020 because of delays to the extradition of Hashem Abedi, the brother of suicide bomber Salman Abedi, from Libya.

Published on 22-05-2019

Launch of Huawei’s 5G devices paused around the globe

International mobile phone companies have suspended the launch of Huawei's new 5G devices. Companies in Britain, Japan and elsewhere say they are pausing the launch of the embattled Chinese telecommunication firm’s smartphones over security concerns and trade war uncertainty with America. The announcements follow Google's decision to pull Huawei's Android licence on orders from the United States government.

Published on 22-05-2019

Leadsom resigns over new Brexit approach

Prominent Brexit supporter Andrea Leadsom has resigned from UK Prime Minister Theresa May's government, piling more pressure on her to quit.

Published on 22-05-2019

Kylie Jenner Throws INSANE Party For Kylie Skin Launch & Lamar Odom Wants Khloe Kardashian BACK | DR

Kylie Jenner;s Kylie Skin launch party looked insane and we wish we were there! Khloe Kardashian unveiled an all pink look and it seems to have gotten Lamar Odom’s attention! We are discussing all this and more on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 22-05-2019

Before and after: stunning TV reno

A Bensville property featured on Selling Houses Australia has been sold at the high end of the price guide.

Published on 22-05-2019

Man hunt after fatal car crash

NSW Police say two men allegedly involved in a car chase that resulted in an SUV slamming into the back of a petrol tanker will be charged with murder when they’re captured.

Published on 21-05-2019

Downton Abbey movie trailer

Watch the new trailer now for the Downton Abbey Film, only in theatres this September.

Published on 21-05-2019

10 worst suburbs to buy property

The Coalition’s victory in the federal election is expected to firm up the housing market in the coming months, but major falls in prices remain a high risk in capital city suburbs oversupplied with housing.

Published on 21-05-2019

Trailer for Downton Abbey movie drops

The first trailer for the Downton Abbey movie has been released, and it shows the King and Queen coming to stay.

Published on 21-05-2019

Iranian attacks on US assets will be met with ‘great force’: Trump

Iranian-aligned Houthi rebels in Yemen say they have bombed a Saudi military base, the latest in a string of attacks that’s boosted the possibility of military conflict with the United States. The White House has refused to let the incident go without acknowledgement. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is seeking expanded wartime powers to respond to economic adversity, admitting America’s sanctions over its nuclear programme are taking a toll. He has refused to negotiate under the conditions. President Trump says, ‘we have no indication that anything’s happened or will happen, but if it does, it will be met, obviously, with great force; we’ll have no choice.’

Published on 21-05-2019

Shorten reportedly working to undermine Albanese

Outgoing Labor Leader Bill Shorten has refused to go quietly, with reports he is working to undermine his long-time rival and party frontbencher, Anthony Albanese. Mr Shorten reportedly joined a factional phone discussion lobbying MPs to find someone to challenge Mr Albanese. Mr Albanese's run has already attracted endorsement from the senior figures from Labor's New South Wales right faction. Chris Bowen has also entered the contest, arguing Labor members deserve a choice. During the Shadow Treasurer annoucement to compete for the top job, he dismissed suggestions his political future has been harmed by his negative gearing and franking credit policies. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 21-05-2019

Kylie Jenner Shows Off INSANE Summer Vacation Mansion! James Charles Makes COMEBACK! | DR

After Jordyn Woods showed off her new pad, Kylie Kenner decided to show off her summer vacation pad and its JAW DROPPING! Also, James Charles is making his social media comeback! We are discussing all this and more on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 21-05-2019

Multi-Vehicle Crash Blocks Colorado Highway

Several drivers were involved in a multi-vehicle crash on Colorado’s I-70 during heavy snow on Monday, May 20, the Denver Post reported. The crash took place to the east of the Eisenhower Tunnel after several inches of snow fell in a late spring snowstorm. According to the Colorado Department of Transport, the road was temporarily closed and local reports said one person was injured. Credit: Tripp Fay via Storyful

Published on 21-05-2019

ASX tipped for further gains

The Australian share market is expected to build on its fresh 11-and-a-half year high after a temporary US licensing reprieve for Chinese telco Huawei gave Wall Street an overnight boost.

Published on 21-05-2019

Royal’s bizarre sex toy baffles fans

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Published on 21-05-2019

Zampa enthralled by Afghan leggie Rashid

Supplied video obtained Tuesday, May 21, 2019 of Adam Zampa speaking to reporters after the Australian Men's ODI World Cup Squad arrived in Southampton ahead of their first practice match against the West Indies on Wednesday. Zampa talks about how a chance net session with Afghanistan spinner Rashid Khan, during the Big Bash, will come in handy when Australia face Khan's side in their opening match of the tournament. "I had a bowl with Rash after the Stars v Strikers game this year," he says. "I've always been intrigued by him and said: 'I am going to have a bowl with this guy'.  "I went into the Strikers' room and he was sat there licking a Calippo that was dripping down the front of his shirt and he said 'yeah, I'll come for a bowl.'  "To his credit he spent about 45 minutes with me ... and I am so glad I did that because I now know I could never bowl like Rashid. "Rashid Khan is a once-in-a-lifetime bowler." (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Cricket Australia)

Published on 20-05-2019

Floodwaters Rush Through Valley After Heavy Rainfall in Saudi Arabia

The town of Al Hariq in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, was affected by flooding on Monday, May 20, Hareq News reported. The General Authority for Meteorology and Environmental Protection in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia warned of thunderstorms in the region on Monday. This footage is said to show floodwaters near Al Hariq dam. Credit: Osama Al Modaby via Storyful

Published on 20-05-2019

Teen’s shocking discovery about ‘arthritis’

A Scottish teenager whose terminal spine cancer was reportedly misdiagnosed as arthritis has died aged 17.

Published on 20-05-2019

Jim Chalmers considers running against Albanese for Labor leadership

Shadow Finance Minister Jim Chalmers is considering running for the Labor Party's leadership. Labor suffered heavily in Queensland, with Mr Chalmers accepting its franking credit policy had damaged the party's electability. Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen is reportedly also considering entering the race. Deputy Leader Tanya Plibersek has confirmed she will not enter, leaving frontbencher Anthony Albanese the only declared candidate. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 20-05-2019

Nine NRL stars shopped to English clubs

A host of off-contract NRL players are being shopped to Super League clubs.

Published on 20-05-2019

People are going nuts for this $40 find

We all love a bargain, which is why this latest fashion find has got so many people excited.

Published on 20-05-2019

Flu deaths soar to 27 as virus rampages through SA

The flu virus has killed another 10 people in South Australia, raising the state’s total to 27 since the beginning of the year. Health authorities continue to urge everyone to vaccinate themselves against influenza as the total number of cases in SA soars past 14,000 — 10 times more than the number reported this time last year.

Published on 20-05-2019

Awkward: Anthony Davis snubbed Zion

Zion Williamson is used to getting snubbed by Anthony Davis.

Published on 20-05-2019

Big Bang Theory finale sparks fan backlash

The showrunners behind The Big Bang Theory are defending one of the bigger choices they made in the recent series finale.

Published on 20-05-2019

GoT star’s furious response to critics

Kit Harington has angrily hit back at critics of Game of Thrones’ long-awaited final season.

Published on 20-05-2019

Insane fielding deals Pakistan grim pre-World Cup record

England pacer Chris Woakes claimed five wickets while batsmen Joe Root and Eoin Morgan hit half-centuries to help the hosts defeat Pakistan by 54 runs in the fifth and final one-day international at Headingley on Sunday.

Published on 19-05-2019

PM to select his cabinet

After a shock win on Saturday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison will need to decide who will serve in his cabinet after a string of high-profile resignations including Julie Bishop, Christopher Pyne and Kelly O’Dwyer. A number of key players remain, including Josh Frydenberg, Linda Reynolds and Peter Dutton, with Mr Morrison already indicating he will keep Melissa Price on as Environment Minister. Movement is also expected in the Opposition, with Bill Shorten announcing he will step down as Labor Party Leader following his election loss. Anthony Albanese, Tanya Plibersek and Chris Bowen have all announced their interest in the job. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 19-05-2019

Labor agenda way too ambitious: WA premier

May 20, 2019. Labor made itself a big target by campaigning on a platform that was far too ambitious, West Australian Premier Mark McGowan tells reporters in Perth on Sunday. "Clearly Labor had an overly ambitious policy agenda and allowed themselves to be attacked," he says. "They put it out there years in advance and it was targeted very successfully by the Liberal Party." (AAP VIDEO/Rebecca Le May)

Published on 19-05-2019

Electric ute shows off surprising ability

The much-hyped Rivian R1T all-electric ute could be the most popular vehicle at a camp site.

Published on 19-05-2019

Morrison eyes majority after stunning win

Scott Morrison’s Liberal-National Coalition is edging closer to a majority after Saturday’s Federal Election.

Published on 19-05-2019

Sportsbet’s massive $5.2m election loss

Millions of Aussies were left with their head in their hands over the weekend as the Coalition pulled off a miracle win.

Published on 19-05-2019

Vintage car crashes into crowd in Havana

Cuban officials say a vintage car ran off Havana's famed Malecon seafront boulevard and ploughed into a crowd of pedestrians, killing three people and injuring about 20 others.

Published on 19-05-2019

Morrison closes in on majority

Scott Morrison's Liberal-National coalition is edging closer to a majority after Saturday's federal election.

Published on 19-05-2019

US billionaire pays off students’ loans

A billionaire technology investor has stunned the entire graduating class at a US university when he announced at their commencement he would pay off their student loans, estimated at $US40 million ($A58 million).

Published on 19-05-2019

Brexit Secretary warns no-deal preparations must be ramped up

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has told Sky News preparations for a 'no deal' European Union departure need to be ramped up. The comments are likely to reignite debate about the United Kingdom leaving the EU without a deal if, as expected, MPs fail to back the withdrawal agreement when it returns to the House of Commons in June. Mr Barclay says there are only two alternatives if the agreement is rejected: 'you either leave with a no-deal or you revoke'.

Published on 19-05-2019

What it’s like to vote overseas

At the Australian consulate general in New York queues are a good 50 deep to file into the function room on the 34th floor, which has become a voting centre for ex pats and tourists alike.

Published on 17-05-2019

Woman killed in northern suburbs house fire

A woman has died in a house fire in Paralowie.

Published on 17-05-2019

Report reveals ‘shocking’ sexual abuse of 177 students

A now-dead Ohio State team doctor sexually abused at least 177 male students from the 1970s through the 1990s, and numerous university officials got wind of what was going on over the years but did little or nothing to stop him, according to a report released by the school.

Published on 17-05-2019

Untold secrets from Opening Ceremony

During rehearsals in the week leading up to the Sydney 2000 Olympics Opening Ceremony, Nikki Webster, then 13, didn’t know if she was going to be able to fly across Stadium Australia or not.

Published on 17-05-2019

U.S. strikes tariffs deal with Canada, Mexico

U.S. President Donald Trump announced a deal on tariffs - well over a year after U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum from Canada and Mexico sparked a trade spat. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.

Published on 17-05-2019

Mnuchin defies House subpoena for Trump’s tax returns

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Friday that he would not meet a congressional demand for six years of President Donald Trump's tax returns, all but guaranteeing a federal court battle with Congress over the records. Nathan Frandino reports.

Published on 17-05-2019

Tragic circumstances of WWE star’s death

Former WWE superstar Ashley Massaro reportedly died in an apparent suicide at her Long Island home after years battling depression.

Published on 17-05-2019

Which car is safe for my P-plater?

THE QUESTION

Published on 17-05-2019

Eight great renovation ideas from a Westgarth home

This old Victorian house in Westgarth had wonderfully high ceilings, grand rooms and a wide hallway. But, unfortunately, an extension from the 1990s was letting things down.

Published on 17-05-2019

Gold Throne: Punters swing GoT odds

DITCH the mother of dragons and Die, nerys.

Published on 17-05-2019

What to keep in mind when buying a kid’s bed

In the past, kids were stuck with whatever bed was handed down or bought from a store where the selection was limited.

Published on 17-05-2019

Adventure in outback luxury

Gripped by the worst drought since Federation, young graziers Deon and Lane Stent-Smith have turned to tourism to survive.

Published on 17-05-2019

Serious injuries after crash near Whyalla

Two cars have collided head-on in a crash on the Eyre Peninsula – both drivers are being treated at the scene for serious injuries.

Published on 16-05-2019

Shorten’s final moment with Hawke

Former prime minister Bob Hawke has died at the age of 89.

Published on 16-05-2019

Protesters Chant ‘No Friend to Labor’ at Bill de Blasio

Protesters chanted “no friend to labor” at New York Mayor Bill de Blasio as he exited the Good Morning America studio in Times Square on May 16. De Blasio had earlier announced his candidacy for president. The majority of the protesters were from the New York City Police Benevolent Association and held orange foam fingers with the word “liar” written on them, which the protesters also chanted. Credit: Glenn Schuck via Storyful

Published on 16-05-2019

Waterspout Spotted Off Florida’s Fort Clinch State Park

A waterspout formed off the shore of Fort Clinch State Park in Fernandina Beach, Florida, on May 16. This video was filmed about an hour after sunrise, according to reports, and shows concentrated spots of rainfall as well as the waterspout. Credit: Richard Gainey via Storyful

Published on 16-05-2019

Boyfriend’s ‘amazing’ act goes viral

Women’s toiletries might not be every man’s area of expertise, but this young man has proved he knows exactly what girls need when it comes to keeping themselves pampered.

Published on 16-05-2019

‘We want closure’: D-Day arrives for de Belin and NRL

D-Day will arrive for Jack de Belin on Friday, but the fight over the NRL’s contentious no-fault stand down rules could rage for weeks, if not months.

Published on 16-05-2019

Man rams servo to hit pregnant woman

Warning: distressing

Published on 16-05-2019

How to trade your way to SuperCoach success

Picking a starting squad is only half the fun of playing SuperCoach.

Published on 16-05-2019

Federer weighs in on Kyrgios scandal

Nick Kyrgios’s latest outburst of unruly behaviour has other players split on whether the temperamental Australian should be handed a long-term ban.

Published on 16-05-2019

Jusitn Bieber BUSTED! Selena Gomez TEXT MESSAGES Discovered By Hailey! Is This The End

We Told You Guys We Would Have More Tea for You This Afternoon and Here We Are. We’re Talking Tristan and Tyga…the Latest with James Charles but Most Importantly We’ve Got to Get into This Jelena News. Hailey Bieber just discovered Selena Gomez’s text messages in Justin’s phone and she is LOSING IT! We are discussing all this and more on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 16-05-2019

A vibrant lifestyle

THE new owner of this Battery Point home will enjoy the convenience of city living without giving up the space or privacy of life further out.

Published on 13-05-2019

Google I/O developers’ conference

Google has unveiled new hardware and software at its latest conference in Mountain View, California.

Published on 07-05-2019

What rift? Wills’ dad joke to Harry

Prince William today gushed he was “absolutely thrilled” about the birth of Baby Sussex — as he welcomed his brother to the “sleep deprivation society”.

Published on 07-05-2019

CCTV footage released following Korumburra South burglary

Supplied video obtained Wednesday, May 8, 2019, of a man who Victoria Police would like to speak with following a burglary at a farmhouse on Korumburra South Road sometime between 8.30am and 5pm on Thursday March 28. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Victoria Police)

Published on 07-05-2019

$50k reward to catch notorious ‘Boulie Tacker’

A $50,000 reward is on offer for anyone with information leading to the end of dangerous and criminal tacking on inner-Melbourne bike paths.

Published on 07-05-2019

Rebels bikie members charged with home invasion, kidnapping

Three Rebels bikie members have been charged over a home invasion and kidnapping in the New South Wales Hunter region. Police say the gang broke into a home at Cessnock in 2018 and assaulted a man, leaving him with serious head injuries. The group is also suspected of bashing a 22-year-old man in a car, in a separate incident in March. Image: NSW Police

Published on 07-05-2019

London Bridge terror inquest hears from victims’ loved ones

A woman kissed her fiance and told him ‘I love you’ before she was killed in the London Bridge and Borough Market attack, an inquest has heard. Eight people were killed and more than 48 others were seriously injured in less than 10 minutes of ‘high and terrible drama’, the chief coroner said. As part of the inquest, police also released a photo of the van used by the terrorists in June, 2017, to mow down their victims before stabbing other bystanders. Two Australians were among three women who were stabbed to death.

Published on 07-05-2019

William and Kate respond to news of Baby Sussex arrival

William and Kate respond to the news of the arrival of Harry and Meghan's baby boy.

Published on 07-05-2019

Qld Health Minister pleads with councils to add fluoride to water

The Queensland Health Minister has appealed to state councils to introduce fluoride to drinking water, telling The Courier-Mail ‘I don’t want to force the hand of councils’. The Australian Medical Association has sent letters to all councils who are still deciding if they want the teeth-friendly mineral in their water. The letters highlight that 28 per cent of Queensland's population is not receiving the benefits of fluoridated water and warn the rate of dental decay increases in fluoride’s absence.

Published on 07-05-2019

Stocks plunge as fear grips Wall Street

US President Donald Trump is being urged to pull back from his tariff threat and quickly bring an end to the trade dispute with China.

Published on 07-05-2019

Jim Molan wants voters to ignore the how to vote card

Liberal Senator Jim Molan on why he is running a campaign to persuade NSW voters to ignore the official how to vote card and follow his instead.

Published on 07-05-2019

Flu season expected to wipe out 4,000 Australians

The National Centre for Immunisation Research has warned of a horror flu season, with 4,000 flu-related deaths predicted across the country. There have been almost 40,000 cases of influenza across Australia in 2019 so far.

Published on 06-05-2019

Notice of birth placed outside Buckingham Palace

Supplied video obtained Tuesday, May 7, 2019 of a notice of birth being placed onto a gold easel on the forecourt of Buckingham Palace following the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes' son. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/The Royal Family)

Published on 06-05-2019

Thousands of fans celebrate birth of baby Sussex

Thousands of royal-enamoured tourists and locals have lined the streets of Windsor to congratulate the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the birth of their first child, a boy who is seventh in line to the throne. Central London's B-T tower has been partially lit up in blue to mark the royal occasion.

Published on 06-05-2019

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Published on 06-05-2019

NT MP using picture of himself in uniform

Federal Labor MP Luke Gosling will continue to use an image of himself in uniform despite Defence frowning on such practices during election campaigns.

Published on 06-05-2019

Supertrawlers have Aust ‘in their sights’

Australia's ban on super-sized industrial fishing boats is far too narrow and places local fisheries under the threat, environmentalists say.

Published on 06-05-2019

More charges over 1970s Sydney bank heist

A man will appear in court over a series of bank robberies across Sydney more than 40 years ago.

Published on 06-05-2019

Morrison admits emissions are increasing

Australia's emissions have been rising, the prime minister has admitted.

Published on 06-05-2019

Banker faces US charge over 1MDB fund

A former Goldman Sachs executive accused in the alleged multi-billion dollar ransacking of a Malaysian state investment fund was extradited to the US and had his initial court appearance in New York City.

Published on 06-05-2019

Search for jet ski rider off SE Qld coast

A search is underway in waters off Queensland's Sunshine Coast for a man who fell off a jet ski.

Published on 06-05-2019

Bombshell clue on new Maddie suspect

The serial child killer named a key suspect in the search for Madeleine McCann was in Portugal when she vanished, it is claimed.

Published on 05-05-2019

Assault of Hawthorn fan with intellectual disability caught on camera

Victoria Police is investigating the assault of a Hawthorn fan with an intellectual disability at a Melbourne AFL game. Footage shows the 31-year-old Hawthorn fan throwing a drink at a Demons fan who then quickly moves in and begins punching. A 34-year-old man is expected to be charged with assault on Monday.

Published on 05-05-2019

Trump threatens China with higher tariffs

US President Donald Trump dramatically increased pressure on China to reach a trade deal by announcing he will hike tariffs on $US200 billion ($A285 billion) worth of Chinese goods this week and target hundreds of billions more soon.

Published on 05-05-2019

Gutherson bumps up value, denies reports he has re-signed with Eels

Parramatta boss Bernie Gurr has denied reports that an extension has been finalised for skipper Clint Gutherson, but said talks are ongoing on a new deal.

Published on 05-05-2019

Russia plane fire: Passengers killed as plane bursts into flames

A Russian passenger plane has burst into flames at a Moscow airport, killing over 40 people. Thumbnail: AFP

Published on 05-05-2019

Scuba diver killed in speed boat collision mid-swim

A major manhunt is underway after a scuba diver was struck by a speed boat while swimming near Mount Eliza, south of Melbourne. The man in his 20s was taken to Frankston Pier but couldn’t be revived. Police are staking out at boat ramps and marinas in the area to try and find the boat’s driver.

Published on 05-05-2019

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Published on 05-05-2019

Oaklands crossing fix is back on track

Services on the Seaford train line resume today after three weeks of disruption, following works to help fix infuriating motorist delays at the Oaklands crossing.

Published on 05-05-2019

Police on the hunt for armed Domino’s Pizza robber

Police are hunting for an armed robber who targeted a Domino's Pizza store in Edensor Park, Sydney, on Sunday. Staff say the suspect entered the store demanding cash before fleeing the scene. It remains unclear what was taken during the altercation. Image: supplied

Published on 05-05-2019

Meghan’s cheeky new nickname

All eyes are on Britain’s royal family today as Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex passes yet another day past her due date for Baby Sussex.

Published on 05-05-2019

Kim oversaw testing of Korea strike drills

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised the "strike drill" of defence units into the sea off its east coast, the North's state media reports.

Published on 04-05-2019

Woman slashed in face in hospital

An elderly patient was slashed in the face with a pair of scissors while she lay in her Sydney hospital bed last night.

Published on 04-05-2019

Get away from it all

An Echunga home offers a relaxed lifestyle in a picturesque location, yet is still close to shops and essential services.

Published on 04-05-2019

One bedder raises the roof

A rooftop terrace helped raise the bar for St Kilda West’s unique Belleaire apartment complex yesterday.

Published on 04-05-2019

Breakthrough for 345,000 Aussies

What if I told you that the answer to combating one of the world’s most devastating brain diseases was not something sitting on the shelf in a pharmacy, but something on the end of your fork?

Published on 04-05-2019

$15 ‘lifesaver’ product for bad skin

Bad skin days always seem to arrive at the most inconvenient moments.

Published on 04-05-2019

Online trolls face five years in jail under Coalition

Online trolls could face up to five years’ jail if the Coalition is re-elected in the May 18 federal election, up from three years. Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the proposed harsh new laws, set to be unveiled on Sunday, are about keeping pace with technologies to keep children safe. As part of the crackdown, Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants online video gaming apps to default to the most restrictive privacy and safety settings when children sign up.

Published on 04-05-2019

Shorten’s $500 million health promise

Bill Shorten today will promise to slash hospital emergency department waiting times as he uses Labor’s official election campaign launch to underline the provision of services over tax cuts for big business.

Published on 04-05-2019

180kg behemoth produces genetic freak

Less than two weeks after Kyler Murray became the first person in history to be drafted in the first round of both the NFL and MLB, America is bracing for the emergence of another dual code superstar hoping to one day take the country by storm.

Published on 04-05-2019

SpaceX launches resupply mission after ISS electrical problems

SpaceX has sent 2.5 tonnes of supplies to the International Space Station tucked inside one of the American space company’s Falcon 9 rockets. The delivery, which includes equipment and experiments for the orbital lab’s six astronauts, comes several days late due to electrical power shortages on the station. Included in the cargo is a tool designed to monitor carbon dioxide levels in Earth’s atmosphere. Image: Twitter / @SpaceX

Published on 04-05-2019

Star Wars Day tributes to Chewbacca actor

Fans are mourning the loss of Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew as California voted to officially declare May 4 as Star Wars Day in the US.

Published on 03-05-2019

Jacki Weaver slams Oscar-winning actress

It’s a battle of two legendary actresses.

Published on 03-05-2019

Hailey Bieber BREAKS DOWN over JELENA Trolls! Cardi B’s EPIC Naked Clapback! | MOTW

Hailey Bieber kicked off this week with an emotional message to Jelena shippers. Meanwhile, Cardi B sends photoshop trolls a naked message! All of this and more while we discuss the best moments of this week!

Published on 03-05-2019

Simmons whacked with massive fine

Aussie Ben Simmons has been whacked with a $28,0000 fine after the NBA assessed his elbow to the groin of Kyle Lowry was deserving of a flagrant 1 foul.

Published on 03-05-2019

Furious legend’s threat to ‘crap’ stars

Melbourne’s coach Craig Bellamy has launched a stunning public critique of his players, questioning if they’d lost the character that had for so long made them the NRL’s best.

Published on 03-05-2019

Trump and Putin discuss Mueller report during phone call

US President Donald Trump and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have discussed the creation of a nuclear arms agreement with China, during a phone call. The pair also discussed special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation and the Venezuela crisis. The US has recognised Juan Guaidó as Venezuela's leader, while Russia is working to prop up President Nicolás Maduro.

Published on 03-05-2019

Florida Police Arrest Alleged Drug Gang ‘With Enough Fentanyl to Kill Every Resident of Brevard County’

Police in Florida’s Brevard County said on May 1 that they arrested close to 60 people accused of being members of a criminal organization distributing illegal drugs, including enough fentanyl to kill every single resident of the county. It was one of the largest cases of its kind in Brevard County, police said, adding that it was making cracking down on the illicit drug industry a priority. The video was streamed live to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office’s Facebook page and is said to show some of those arrested in the bust. Credit: Brevard County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful

Published on 03-05-2019

Nine dead after migrant boat sinks off western Turkey

Nine people, including five children, have died after a migrant boat sank off the northwestern coast of Turkey on Friday. The boat was carrying a total of 17 migrants, with five people being rescued. Search and rescue operations are continuing for the three people who still remain missing.

Published on 03-05-2019

Melbourne property’s ultimate style guide

Classic period homes dating back to the 1800s are highly sought after across Melbourne due to their intricate details and charming character.

Published on 03-05-2019

What is the best mid-size SUV?

A Toyota fan wants to downsize when he replaces his Prado and asks: What other SUVs might work?

Published on 03-05-2019

‘Russian nukes in Venezuela’: Claim

Russia has secretly installed nuclear missiles in Venezuela a US politician has sensationally claimed in a chilling echo of the Cuban missile crisis.

Published on 02-05-2019

Star who guided Kidman through divorce

Big Little Lies actress Nicole Kidman recently opened up about her divorce from Tom Cruise and revealed her secret to a happy marriage with singer Keith Urban.

Published on 02-05-2019

Julian Assange starts his fight against extradition to the US

May 03, 2019. Barrister Jennifer Robinson, one of the lawyers on Julian Assange's legal team, speaks to reporters outside Southwark Crown Court in London. Assange, who was sentenced to 50 weeks in prison for breaching his British bail, has decided to formally contest an American extradition request over a charge of conspiring to commit computer intrusion with former US Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning between January and May, 2010. (AAP VIDEO/Martin Silk)

Published on 02-05-2019

‘Disgusting’ reason woman told to cover up

Shade Wilmot isn’t one to really care what people think.

Published on 02-05-2019

Hamilton the Lucky Pig Joins Carolina Hurricanes Tailgate Before Playoff Game

Fans of the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes were joined by a “lucky” guest at the tailgate before the team’s playoff game on May 1, in Raleigh, North Carolina. Jeff Jones shared footage of Hamilton the Pig enjoying the tailgate festivities before Game 3 of the NHL playoffs against the New York Islanders. Hamilton is considered a good luck charm by fans, after he attended two winning games in the first round. The fans may be onto something: Hamilton’s lucky streak continued when the Hurricanes beat the Islanders 5 to 2 on Wednesday. Credit: Jeff Jones via Storyful

Published on 02-05-2019

Christchurch massacre death toll rises

A Turkish man wounded in the attack on mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch has died in hospital, raising the death toll from the shootings to 51.

Published on 02-05-2019

Joe Jonas & Sophie Turner’s Shotgun Las Vegas Wedding! Cardi B’s EPIC Naked Clapback! | DR

Joe Jonas & Sofia Turner just has a crazy shotgun wedding in Las Vegas and we are giving you all the details! Also, Cardi B had an epic clapback to fans accusing her of a wardrobe malfunction during the 2019 Billboard Music Awards red carpet! We are discussing all this and more on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 02-05-2019

Japan’s new Emperor Naruhito ascends Chrysanthemum Throne

Japan's new Emperor Naruhito formally ascends the Chrysanthemum Throne, a day after his father's historic abdication.

Published on 02-05-2019

US Attorney General boycotts House Judiciary Committee

US Attorney General William Barr has failed to appear before a House Judiciary Committee hearing helmed by the Democrats to review Robert Mueller’s report. New questions have been raised over reports of a letter from Special Counsel Mueller to Mr Barr over how he summarised the conclusion of the near-two-year investigation. US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi has accused Mr Barr of committing a crime by lying to Congress over his handling of the Mueller report.

Published on 02-05-2019

Hollywood ripper: ‘I left the b**ch for dead’

Opening statements began in the Los Angeles murder trial of an airconditioning repairman charged with the stabbing deaths of two women and a suburban Chicago teenager for sexual gratification.

Published on 02-05-2019

Huge fire rips through Brisbane buildings

A firefighter has been taken to hospital as crews continue to battle a huge blaze in inner Brisbane this morning, with multiple buildings affected and streets closed in the area.

Published on 01-05-2019

Rodney Eade’s Balwyn spray

Ex-AFL coach Rodney Eade has been caught on tape giving his Balwyn players a spray.

Published on 01-05-2019

EXPLAINER: Princess Charlotte turns four

Princess Charlotte of Cambridge is celebrating her fourth birthday today. (AAP Video) NO ARCHIVING AAP VIDEO BEYOND 48 HOUR NEWS USAGE

Published on 01-05-2019

30 teens filmed in wild brawl

Shocking video shows a gang of teens gathered in a shopping centre for a brawl on the outskirts of Perth on Tuesday afternoon.

Published on 01-05-2019

Duchess of Cambridge opens mental health centre in London

The Duchess of Cambridge has opened a mental health centre in London. The $74 million facility will be used to help young people. The Duchess also met pupils and their families after the unveiling ceremony.

Published on 01-05-2019

One taken to hospital after fire engulfs building in Brisbane’s south

Firefighters are battling a blaze which has engulfed a building in Brisbane’s south, forcing the closure of a major street. Emergency crews were called to Vulture Street shortly after 6am on Thursday, where they found the building well alight. A man has been taken to hospital with a knee injury, and authorities have urged people to avoid the area.

Published on 01-05-2019

Three assaulted in wild teen brawl in shopping centre in ‘pre arranged’ fight

Police are hunting for suspects after a “confronting” video showed dozens of teens fighting inside a shopping centre, assaulting one man.

Published on 01-05-2019

May Snow Blankets Michigan Town

Residents of Houghton, Michigan, reported heavy snow in the area on May 1 after the National Weather Service forecast cold temperatures. Sunshine and warmer weather was expected to return by the end of the week. Credit: Aubrey Zackal ‏ via Storyful

Published on 01-05-2019

Levee Breach Leaves Davenport Streets Submerged

The Mississippi River flooded parts of Davenport, Iowa, after a levee suddenly failed on Tuesday, April 30, the Quad City Times reported. Emergency officials assisted in rescue and evacuations near West River Drive, according to a local reporter. Footage posted by a local business owner shows streets underwater near the edge of the river. The breach occurred near 2nd and Pershing Streets, allowing the Mississippi River to rush west into downtown. Credit: Andrew Guy via Storyful

Published on 01-05-2019

Vigil held for domestic violence survivors in Brisbane

Crowds have gathered in Brisbane to remember victims of domestic violence. The vigil was attended by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, along with family and friends of survivors and emergency workers. A candlelit remembrance march was held at the event, followed by speeches from victims.

Published on 01-05-2019

Trains suspended after police incident

Brisbane train commuters face some delays this morning as a police incident in which a person died forces trains to be suspended.

Published on 30-04-2019

Di Natale to call on Labor for climate change cooperation

Greens Leader Richard di Natale is expected to appeal to the Labor Party for coorperation on climate change. In his National Press Club election address, Mr Di Natale will call for a bipartisan plan between the two parties.

Published on 30-04-2019

PM to announce $10m loneliness package for elderly Australians

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is expected to announce a $10 million package to help older Australians combat loneliness. The Coalition aims to use its funds to bolster the number of aged care workers as a greater percentage of the population requires them. Mr Morrison will also announce the development of a State Football Centre in Western Australia to train new soccer talent, as he continues to campaign in key Perth seats including Pearce and Swan. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 30-04-2019

Shoppers baffled by mum’s ‘foul meat’

This has to be a shopper’s worst nightmare: You spend 30 minutes walking around a grocery store, grabbing bargains here and there to plan your meals methodically for the week.

Published on 30-04-2019

Volatile explosive found at Adelaide house

Police Acting Assistant Commissioner Craig Patterson speaks to media about the discovery of explosive material at a house in Adelaide. Police discovered a quantity of triacetone triperoxide (TATP) in a freezer in a shed of a Davoren Park house on Monday night. Aaron Ellis, 43, was arrested and appeared in Elizabeth Magistrates Court on Tuesday charged with the possession and manufacture of explosives. Mr Patterson says while the discovery was "extremely alarming" there was no evidence Ellis was planning a terror attack. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/SA Police/Kathryn Bermingham)

Published on 30-04-2019

‘Momentous deal’: All Blacks captain-in-waiting signs on

All Blacks captain-in-waiting Sam Whitelock has signed a long-term deal with the world champions in a momentous deal for New Zealand Rugby.

Published on 30-04-2019

Star signs monster, ‘revolutionary’ deal

Josh Kelly has reportedly signed an unprecedented contract extension with the Giants that could see him locked in at the club for more than 10 years.

Published on 30-04-2019

$180 Hawaii flight stunning Aussie flyers

It’s the three words every traveller wants to see, “return for free”, and savvy flyers are scoring serious bargains with Jetstar’s latest free return sale.

Published on 30-04-2019

Police hunt man who ‘assaulted woman at massage parlour’

Police have released security vision after a worker was indecently assaulted at a massage parlour in Sydney's inner west. A customer attended the Camperdown business in June last year for a massage, before attacking the 27-year-old woman. The man is described as being Caucasian in appearance with a tattoo on his leg. Anyone with information is urged to contact CrimeStoppers.

Published on 30-04-2019

Water Rushes Through Ottawa River as Water Levels Set to Peak

Water levels in the Ottawa River were expected to peak on April 30 amid flooding in Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick, CBC reported. Chaudière Bridge on the Ottawa river was closed until further notice on April 28, local media reported. Credit: @petey5106 via Storyful

Published on 30-04-2019

Pauline Hanson slam Steve Dickson strip club scandal as ‘unacceptable’

Pauline Hanson has formally accepted Steve Dickson’s resignation from the One Nation party. Mr Dickson resigned after footage was released by Al Jazeera on Monday night showing the Queensland candidate at a strip club in the US. The Queensland One Nation leader released a statement after the footage was aired, saying his actions were ‘the result of excessive consumption of alcohol’ and that he was ‘deeply remorseful’. Senator Hanson addressed the scandal on Tuesday, saying his ‘language and behaviour was unacceptable and does not meet my expectations, nor the greater public’s expectations, of a person standing for public office’. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 29-04-2019

Smoke haze and fog continue to settle across Sydney

Smoke haze and fog is predicted to hit parts of Sydney for the second day in a row. Hazard reduction burns in parts of the Blue Mountains, the Southern Highlands and the Hawkesbury region over the weekend led to thick smoke blanketing the city on Monday. Fire authorities are taking advantage of the favourable weather conditions, with prescribed burns continuing on Tuesday.

Published on 29-04-2019

Hidden detail in photo you’d never guess

At first glance, it’s difficult to imagine Queensland woman Kellie Scott has ever struggled with her self-esteem.

Published on 29-04-2019

Virtual reality helps kids with needles

Supplied video obtained Tuesday, April 30, 2019, of a virtual reality ocean adventure, developed to improve the experience for children who undergo needle procedures. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Monash Health)

Published on 29-04-2019

Aussie cricketer reveals same-sex relationship

James Faulkner has become the first professional Australian male cricketer to publicly reveal he is in a same-sex relationship.

Published on 29-04-2019

More Rain Forecast as Cyclone Kenneth Leaves Thousands Displaced in Mozambique

Mozambique’s national weather service forecast continued rain in the country on April 29 after Cyclone Kenneth caused severe flooding when it made landfall the previous week. At least 38 people died and 160,000 remained at risk, the Associated Press reported, citing local government officials. This footage was released by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) for Southern and Eastern Africa and is said to show people wading through the flooding in the city of Pemba. Credit: OCHA Southern & Eastern AfricaVerified account via Storyful

Published on 29-04-2019

Football star killed in tragic accident

Czech Republic international Josef Sural is dead and six other Alanyaspor players have been injured in an accident involving their private luxury van on the way home from a Turkish league football match.

Published on 29-04-2019

One Nation’s Dickson quits over strip club

A "shocked and disappointed" One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has sacked senate candidate Steve Dickson over his actions at a Washington DC strip club.

Published on 29-04-2019

Queen honours Kate on wedding anniversary

The Duchess of Cambridge has been awarded a prestigious honour by the Queen in recognition of her efforts in supporting the crown.

Published on 29-04-2019

Fed govt accused of ‘false’ climate claims

The federal government has been accused of keeping Australians "in the dark" about the dangers of climate change, an environment information group says.

Published on 29-04-2019

Extreme weather outlook

Most drought-affected areas in NSW, Vic, Tas and coastal SA will get decent rain totals in the coming days. Sky News Meteorologist Rob Sharpe covers the rain and storm event.

Published on 28-04-2019

Major delays at Sydney and Melbourne airports with immigration machines down

Travellers are experiencing major delays at Sydney and Melbourne airports amid reports the passport control machines are down. Passengers have taken to Twitter saying there are complications as thousands of people wait in line to be processed manually, with the immigration kiosks out of action. Image: Twitter / @michele_qc

Published on 28-04-2019

Thousands expected to cast ballots as voting opens Monday

Thousands of people are expected to cast their ballots for the federal election when early voting begins on Monday. The Australian Electoral Commission has printed 52 million ballot papers, encouraging voters to think about their plans as the enrolment rate hits a record 96.8 per cent. More than 500 voting centres will be available across the country, and will increase to 7,000 on election day.

Published on 28-04-2019

Spanish put Socialists in pole position

Spain's Socialist prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, has emerged from inconclusive elections with a strong chance to regain power, though he faces weeks or even months of negotiations to assemble a government.

Published on 28-04-2019

Assange ‘traded for a US bank loan’

Julian Assange’s biological father claims his son has been “traded” by Ecuador with the US in return for an International Monetary Fund loan and will end up in an American prison forever.

Published on 28-04-2019

Huge drama amid incredible sportsmanship

Leeds United have missed out on automatic promotion to the English Premier League as Marcelo Bielsa insisted fair play was more important than a victory for his team on a crazy afternoon against Aston Villa at Elland Road.

Published on 28-04-2019

Woman injured at anti-Adani protest in Qld

Supplied video obtained Monday, April 29, 2019, of a 41-year-old man riding a horse during a Stop Adani event at the Clermont Showground, central Queensland, about 3:30pm on Sunday, April 28. Near the end of the video the man and horse collide into a 62-year-old woman who was standing near a gate. She sustained bruising and abrasions after falling heavily to the ground. The man was arrested after he tried to flee from police into bushland. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Bob Brown Foundation)

Published on 28-04-2019

Hanson to put Labor last in four key seats

Pauline Hanson has thrown Scott Morrison a political lifeline by putting Labor last on One Nation how-to-vote cards in four critical seats.

Published on 28-04-2019

Lindt siege sniper suing NSW Police

The chief sniper during the 2014 Sydney Lindt Café seige has launched legal action against NSW Police. The Daily Telegraph reports the officer claims he and other operatives were not allowed to carry out their jobs in accordance with their training. He alleges if proper procedures had been followed the deaths of cafe manager Tori Johnson and barrister Katrina Dawson could have been prevented. The officer also says he has suffered psychological trauma because of decisions taken by his superiors during the siege.

Published on 28-04-2019

Matty J pops the question to Laura

Matty J popped the question to Laura Byrne during their romantic babymoon in Fiji on the weekend.

Published on 28-04-2019

Woman dead after man, 19, opens fire in US synagogue

A woman has died and a 19-year-old man has been detained following a shooting in a synagogue in California. The mayor of Poway confirmed there has been one fatality after initial reports suggested there had been four injuries. Local roads have been closed and the injured victims have been taken to Palomar Medical Centre. Derryl Acosta, a spokesman for the hospital, said four patients were admitted around 12.30pm local time on Saturday. San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit said there is no longer a threat since a man has been detained, but police will be stepping up patrols at places of worship in the area as a precaution.

Published on 27-04-2019

Three things you should never skimp on

Beauty consumers are constantly on the hunt for products that will perform like a Maserati, on a Holden budget.

Published on 27-04-2019

Poll shock shakes up dull election

The federal election campaign rolls on, with Labor and the Coalition announcing two big-ticket policies today.

Published on 27-04-2019

Heart Week 2019 commences to raise awareness of Australia’s biggest killer

Today marks the first day of Heart Week 2019, and health professionals from around the country are urging Australians to be mindful of their heart health. The week seeks to raise awareness of heart disease, which is Australia’s biggest killer – taking 51 lives every day.

Published on 27-04-2019

Ricki-Lee returns with A Star Is Born tour

To celebrate 15 years in the music industry, pop powerhouse Ricki-Lee Coulter is returning to the stage with a special ‘A Star Is Born’ tour. The singer will showcase songs from the critically-acclaimed film, as well as all of her greatest hits. It’s been six years since the former Australian Idol contestant has toured the country to sing her fan's favourite songs.

Published on 27-04-2019

Champ dudded in stunning F1 steal

Valtteri Bottas brilliantly denied Lewis Hamilton pole position in a dramatic Azerbaijan GP qualifying as Mercedes again upstaged Ferrari, who saw Charles Leclerc crash out.

Published on 27-04-2019

Jen Garner’s classy payback in Ben split

Jennifer Garner has won in her split with Ben Affleck and become a world class example of how to rise above your ex and serve classy payback.

Published on 27-04-2019

Justin Bieber GOES OFF On Kids Accusing Him Of Lip-Syncing During Coachella! Hollyscoop Headlines!

Hollyscoop Breaks Down The Latest Headlines 4/27/19!

Published on 27-04-2019

Big GoT puzzle that still needs solving

It is the most important question left in Game Of Thrones, far more important than whether Jon Snow is a Stark or a Targaryen or whether he is even alive — who is the Azor Ahai?

Published on 27-04-2019

It’s a knightmare for Brienne in GoT

With tension rising ahead of a massive battle expected in tomorrow’s episode of Game of Thrones, several key characters are strongly tipped to meet their doom in the GoT Challenge.

Published on 27-04-2019

Ferrari flying as loose drain causes mayhem

Ferrari dominated the second practice session of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix on Friday, but the action on the street circuit was marred by the bizarre sight of a Williams car tripped up by a loose drain cover and a collision with a bridge which took out a rescue vehicle.

Published on 26-04-2019

Sri Lanka forces find ‘bomb factory’

Sri Lanka has been rocked by more violence after a gunfight erupted between security forces and suspected militants involved in the deadly ISIS-linked Easter Sunday attacks.

Published on 26-04-2019

Teen is injured following altercation in Willoughby

15-year-old receives severe lacerations following altercation in Willoughby overnight.

Published on 26-04-2019

Van bursts into flames in horror crash

A van has burst into flames after crashing into the back of a truck on the South Eastern Freeway near Murray Bridge.

Published on 26-04-2019

‘Never seen before’: F1 reacts to chaos

Deputy team principal Claire Williams has confirmed Williams will seek compensation from Azerbaijan GP organisers after a loose drain cover wrecked George Russell’s car in Friday practice.

Published on 26-04-2019

Critics savage Swift’s new single

Taylor Swift yesterday delivered fans her first new music since 2017’s reputation album, in the form of a brand new single.

Published on 26-04-2019

Justin Bieber CLAPSBACK At Jelena Comments! Kylie Jenner’s Avengers Party Reveals SECRETS | DR

It looks like Justin Beiber & Hailey Baldwin have had ENOUGH of all the Selena Gomez & Jelena comments flooding their IG page and now they are clapping back! Also, Kylie Jenner might have accidentally revealed a major secret during her Avengers Themed Party! We are discussing all this and more on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 26-04-2019

Cool hatch has mood lighting to match

The Mercedes-Benz A-Class went on sale with a hefty price jump — but with even heftier standard inclusions — over the model it replaced. The prestige small hatch made impressive strides forward in infotainment, safety, body styling and serious cabin cool.

Published on 26-04-2019

Tested: China’s breakthrough electric car

Claiming a range of more than 300km, the MG eZS will join Australia’s all-electric car party next year.

Published on 26-04-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

Port Adelaide has moved into the AFL's top four after a 16-point win over North Melbourne, and the Rabbitohs have continued to dominate the NRL season with a thrilling 22-18 victory over the Panthers.

Published on 26-04-2019

Morrison to target youth unemployment during Townsville visit

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is expected to focus on jobs and youth unemployment while campaigning in Townsville on Friday. Mr Morrison is set to pledge $60 million to double the number of places in an apprenticeship program that subsidises small businesses in rural and regional areas to help get young people into work. It comes as a preference deal between the United Australia Party and the Liberals is expected to be announced, which could spark divisions in the state. UAP leader Clive Palmer is currently embroiled with Queensland Nickel workers over outstanding pay entitlements. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 25-04-2019

Five charged after violent Kings Cross brawl

Five men from England and Scotland have been banned from Kings Cross and Sydney CBD entertainment areas after a wild brawl just before the city's ANZAC dawn service. Police say the group became involved in an altercation on the corner of Darlinghurst and Bayswater roads in Kings Cross. A 32-year-old man reportedly collapsed unconscious after being punched to the head and kicked, while video of the incident shows a 19-year-old man being punched and falling onto the road. The five men face charges of affray.

Published on 25-04-2019

Police begin examining Notre Dame for cause of blaze

Police have begun examining Notre Dame, more than a week after the iconic cathedral caught alight. Experts have taken samples from the Paris site, working to determine whether cigarette butts from construction workers may have ignited the blaze. The French government has also passed a bill aimed at fast-tracking the cathedrals reconstruction, with hopes of reopening by 2024.

Published on 25-04-2019

World Health Organisation issues strict guidelines for children screen time

The World Health Organisation has urged parents to ban children under the age of two from watching television or staring at iPads or smartphones. Parents are being advised to limit screen time to no more than an hour a day for children aged two to four. The international body has issued guidelines on the issue, with fears excessive sedentary television poses a risk to developing brains.

Published on 25-04-2019

William meets Christchurch survivors

Prince William has paid a hospital visit to survivors of the Christchurch massacre as he meets with the terror-struck city's community.

Published on 25-04-2019

Killer cop breaks silence in court

A former Minneapolis police officer on trial in the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman who had called 911 to report a possible sexual assault near her home testified Thursday about his training for possible ambushes, saying he learnt that reacting too late “means ... you die”. Mohamed Noor refused to talk to investigators after the July 2017 shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond, a dual citizen of the US and Australia, and his testimony was his first public statements since her death.

Published on 25-04-2019

‘About to explode’: AFL’s major problem

North Melbourne great David King believes umpiring is a “major concern” for the AFL right now, following an Anzac Day blockbuster containing a handful of contentious decisions.

Published on 25-04-2019

Biden joins crowded and diverse Democrat field

Former Vice President Joe Biden is running for US president in 2020, joining an already crowded and diverse Democratic field. (AAP Video)

Published on 25-04-2019

Shorten tries to ease big business concern

Bill Shorten has moved to reassure the corporate sector that Labor would work with big business, but was committed to its policies that are causing some concern.

Published on 25-04-2019

Aussies eye $120m takeover of English club

An Australian consortium’s $A120 million bid to take over English League One side Charlton Athletic appears to be back on.

Published on 25-04-2019

Roxburgh Park stabbing

A man has been stabbed after a fight broke out in a Roxburgh Park 7/11.

Published on 24-04-2019

Queenslanders turn out in droves for Anzac dawn services

Queenslanders have turned out in large numbers for this year’s Anzac Day services across the state. Thousands of people paid their respects at Brisbane’s Anzac Square, where dignitaries and soldiers laid wreaths around the eternal flame.

Published on 24-04-2019

North Bondi Anzac dawn service

Movie from the North Bondi Anzac dawn service by Anton Rose.

Published on 24-04-2019

Indiana Firefighters Rescue Ducklings Stuck in Storm Drain

Firefighters in Indianapolis, Indiana, used two nets to rescue ducklings out of a storm drain on Wednesday, April 24. The Wayne Township Fire Department told Storyful that employees of International Paper called for assistance when they noticed a distressed mother duck walking around the storm drain. Footage posted to the department’s Facebook page shows nine ducklings being plucked from the drain. After their rescue they waddled away behind their mama duck, the fire department said. Credit: Wayne Township Fire Department via Storyful

Published on 24-04-2019

Murder charge over Chinatown body

A man accused of murdering a woman whose body was found in Melbourne’s Chinatown is due to face court.

Published on 24-04-2019

Your service is not in vain: Major General Greg Bilton

An Anzac Day dawn service at Martin Place focused on serving men and women’s repatriation to everyday life, while ensuring their service was not in vain. Major General Greg Bilton addressed the dawn service in Sydney’s centre on Thursday, where hundreds gathered to pay their respects to Australians who served their country.

Published on 24-04-2019

Death row inmate’s final hours

An avowed white supremacist convicted of a notorious racist murder — chaining a black man to the back of a pick-up truck and dragging him to his death — is to be executed today in the US state of Texas.

Published on 24-04-2019

Cricket World Cup squads: who made the cut

The April 23 cut-off for teams to submit their provisional squads has arrived and each team’s 15 man list is in.

Published on 24-04-2019

‘Truly horrendous’: Sorry star cops it

Manchester City kept the destination of the Premier League title in its own hands by beating Manchester United 2-0 to climb back above Liverpool with three games left of the season.

Published on 24-04-2019

Pharrell Williams Visits Alma Mater Ahead of Music Festival in Virginia

Musician Pharrell Williams paid a visit to Princess Anne High School, his alma mater, on April 24, ahead of the Something in the Water Festival. Footage shared on Instagram shows Williams attending a Battle of the Bands competition at the high school in Virginia Beach. The Something in the Water Festival, organized by Williams, is set to take place Friday through Sunday with performances by Williams, rapper Pusha T and singer Chris Brown. Credit: Terrance Granger via Storyful

Published on 24-04-2019

Horror as 50 buried alive while sleeping

More than 50 people were feared dead after a landslide in northern Myanmar engulfed jade miners while they were sleeping, local police said, the latest deadly accident in a notoriously dangerous industry.

Published on 23-04-2019

Myanmar Landslide: Dozens feared dead

Myanmar jade mine: Dozens feared dead at the Hpakant mine landslide

Published on 23-04-2019

Trump on track for Supreme Court victory on census

The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority on Tuesday appeared poised to hand President Donald Trump a victory on his administration’s plan to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, a move opponents call a Republican effort to deter immigrants from taking part. Zachary Goelman reports.

Published on 23-04-2019

Woman’s body found in Melbourne

A woman’s body has been found in Melbourne’s CBD this morning.

Published on 23-04-2019

Inner-Brisbane schools struggling with demand

Brisbane’s inner-city classrooms are reportedly under immense strain, as demand for student places surge up to 50 per cent. At least 13 state schools have seen student enrollment increase by more than 30 per cent in four years, while the state average remains at 6.6 per cent. A further 300,000 students are expected to move to inner-Brisbane in the next five years.

Published on 23-04-2019

Why women aren’t as safe behind the wheel

Volvo has called for better treatment of women by car designers, accusing rival marques of endangering female drivers by favouring men when developing new vehicles.

Published on 23-04-2019

Man charged after 70kg of cocaine seized

A South African national has been charged for allegedly importing nearly 70kg of cocaine, worth more than $30 million, into Australia. Border Force officers found the drugs earlier this month inside a consignment in Sydney after arriving from South Africa. The 45-year-old man was arrested and charged, due to front court on Wednesday.

Published on 23-04-2019

Sri Lanka: Suspected suicide bomber pats little girl’s head before doing the unthinkable

Chilling footage shows a sick suicide bomber patting a little girl’s head before “calmly” walking into a Sri Lankan church and killing 67 innocent worshippers.

Published on 23-04-2019

Sydney vigil honours Sri Lankan bombing victims

A service has been held in the Sydney suburb of Blacktown to remember the victims of the Sri Lankan terrorist attacks. The candlelit vigil attracted people from across different religions, all coming together in mourning for those who lost their lives. The event was organised by the Sri Lankan Reconciliation Forum and was held at Blacktown Uniting Church. At least 321 people were killed in the Easter Sunday attacks, two of which were Australian, and hundreds more injured after bombs detonated at church services and hotels across Sri Lanka. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 23-04-2019

Teens caught after tennis club break-in

Four teenagers have been arrested after allegedly breaking into a tennis club in the eastern suburb of Linden Park.

Published on 23-04-2019

California Firefighter Assists Mother Duck and Ducklings Across San Jose Road

A firefighter helped a mother duck and her 12 chicks cross a busy road in San Jose, California, on April 21. “This mamma and her ducklings decided to go on their own Easter egg hunt this morning,” firefighters said. Credit: San Jose Fire Fighters via Storyful

Published on 22-04-2019

‘Take the smarmy look off your face’

Carlton football director Chris Judd has responded a week after his fellow Footy Classified panellist Caroline Wilson questioned the development of young Blues Harry McKay and Sam Petrevski-Seton.

Published on 22-04-2019

Market farm sells after 70 years

A prime parcel of farming land in Glenorie has sold for $1.8m after almost 70 years in the one family.

Published on 22-04-2019

Trump sues to block access to records

US President Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit to stop lawmakers in Congress from obtaining his financial records.

Published on 22-04-2019

LAPD hunt for Mallard’s killer continues

Los Angeles detectives are continuing their hunt for the hit-and-run driver who struck and killed West Australian man Andrew Mallard on Hollywood's iconic Sunset Boulevard.

Published on 22-04-2019

Chelsea Manning’s bail request denied

Former US Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning will remain in jail after a federal appeals court denied her request to be released on bail.

Published on 22-04-2019

Andrew Denton’s Interview returns to Seven

In his first interview of the year Andrew Denton sits down with Angry Anderson and daughter Roxy

Published on 22-04-2019

Quiz: What kind of voter are you?

Whether you like it or not, every Aussie has to go to the polls on May 18 to elect the next government.

Published on 22-04-2019

Nancy Pelosi prepares to respond to Mueller report

US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has sent a letter to the Democrats, as they prepare to respond to the Mueller report into alleged Russian collusion during the 2016 Presidential Election campaign. The probe found there was no collusion between President Donald Trump and Moscow but some are calling for the president to be impeached. In a letter to the Democrats, Pelosi says 'while our views range from proceeding to investigate the findings of the Mueller report, we all firmly agree that we should proceed down a path of finding the truth'. Democrats will hold a conference call to discuss how they'll respond to the Mueller report.

Published on 22-04-2019

Aldi launches huge bulk food sale

You might want to clear out your cupboards as Aldi’s next Special Buys is aimed at those who like stocking up.

Published on 22-04-2019

Bill Shorten to announce regional tourism spend

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is touring Far North Queensland where he will today announce a regional tourism plan. The plan will include $95 million in grants to improve infrastructure around existing tourism attractions, $30 million to expand the range of tourism experiences in individual regions, and $25 million for Tourism Australia to promote international and domestic tourism. Labor also plans to invest $100 million to help local councils maintain and grow regional airports. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 21-04-2019

Landslide in southwest Colombia kills 14

At least 14 people have been killed and five injured in a landslide in the southwestern Colombian province of Cauca, the country's disaster relief agency says.

Published on 21-04-2019

Shorten left off Labor campaign material

The Labor Party has removed mention of leader Bill Shorten from campaign material especially in marginal seats because of his poor rating among voters, The Australian reports.

Published on 21-04-2019

Man run over by ute in Bundaberg dies

A man has died after he suffered critical head and face injuries when he was run over by a ute near Bundaberg.

Published on 21-04-2019

Day 12 of the federal election campaign

FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 12

Published on 21-04-2019

Millions found in home of Sudan’s Bashir

Investigators have discovered more than $US7.5 million ($A10.5 million) worth of hard cash in ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir's home.

Published on 21-04-2019

Three critical after car slams into bus

Three women are in critical condition following a crash in Sydney's southwest.

Published on 21-04-2019

Easter mass honours Notre-Dame firemen

The archbishop of Paris and Catholics from around France and the world honoured the firefighters who saved Notre-Dame Cathedral.

Published on 21-04-2019

Labor promises big bucks for NSW transport

Labor has promised to spend more than $500 million to upgrade the Princes Highway and south coast transport links in NSW if it wins government.

Published on 21-04-2019

Attack on Mali army base kills 11 soldiers

Gunmen have attacked a Malian army base in a dawn raid, killing 11 soldiers and burning the camp in west-central Mali, the army and a local lawmaker say.

Published on 21-04-2019

Man charged over alleged role in armed robberies

A man has been charged over his alleged role in two armed robberies on the NSW east coast. Police say the 32-year-old threatened staff and patrons with a firearm at a bottle store and licensed premises in Winston Hills, before fleeing with cash.

Published on 20-04-2019

The man that clashed with George Pell

I seem to keep speaking to Father Bob Maguire in the shadow of Cardinal George Pell.

Published on 20-04-2019

Trump’s weird eight-hour tweet

President Donald Trump is lashing out at current and former aides who co-operated with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, insisting the deeply unflattering picture they painted of him and the White House was “total bullshit.”

Published on 20-04-2019

Brutal murder that will ‘never be solved’

Jill Dando’s murder is one of the most famous unsolved crimes in the UK, but almost 20 years after her death — the case has never been solved.

Published on 20-04-2019

Anthony Callea to embark on ‘Unplugged and Unfiltered’ tour

Australian pop star Anthony Callea is about to become 'Unplugged and Unfiltered' as he heads on a national tour. The ARIA Award winner is taking his songs on the road following the success of his chart-topping album 'Hits in Symphony'. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 20-04-2019

Dustin Fletcher boots Keilor East home

Essendon football legend Dustin Fletcher has sold his Keilor East family home.

Published on 20-04-2019

Simple $11 product sells every 40 seconds

Let me introduce you to an entire beauty category that is at once completely unnecessary but very, very fun: facial mists.

Published on 20-04-2019

Pope leads heralds Easter with vigil mass

Pope Francis has led the world's Roman Catholics into Easter at a vigil mass in St Peter's Basilica, urging the faithful to live not for transient things like wealth and success but for God.

Published on 20-04-2019

Wild NBA scrap spills into stands

It was pandamoneum in Brooklyn for Game 4 as the Nets and the Sixers fell into the stands in an ugly third-quarter brawl at Barclays Center.

Published on 20-04-2019

Zoo keeper horrifically mauled by tiger

A female zoo worker is fighting for life after being attacked by a rare tiger.

Published on 20-04-2019

North Korea demands Mike Pompeo be replaced

North Korea has demanded the US remove Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, arguing he is 'reckless'. Kim Jong Un is also requesting the US lift economic sanctions on the country before he dismantles any nuclear weapons. On Friday, Mr Pompeo rejected the North Korean demand that he be replaced as President Donald Trump's top negotiator. Mr Pompeo visited North Korea four times last year, including for a meeting with the North Korean leader.

Published on 19-04-2019

Police Release CCTV Footage of Derry Riot During Which Journalist Was Fatally Shot

The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) on Friday, April 19, released CCTV footage of violent riots that occurred in the Creggan area of Derry overnight, during which 29-year-old journalist Lyra McKee was fatally shot. The footage shows McKee observing the riots, and footage of suspected gunmen. The last clip, showing suspected gunmen, was previously circulated on social media. The PSNI said it was treated the incident as a “terrorist act,” said a murder inquiry had been opened, and asked members of the public come forward with any information about the incident. A number of posts on social media showed cars bursting into flames during the riots, while one video appeared to show a person being attended to after multiple shots were reportedly fired. Credit: PSNI via Storyful

Published on 19-04-2019

Cricket greats mourn star’s tragic death

The cricket world is in mourning after former Scotland captain Con de Lange died at the age of 38 after a long battle with illness.

Published on 19-04-2019

UK police arrest around 600 in climate change protests

British Police say they have made nearly 600 arrests, after environmental activists blocked London's central hubs. The Police Federation says the effort, which has lasted nearly a week, will cost taxpayers millions of dollars. More than 1,000 officers have been deployed daily to deal with the protests.

Published on 19-04-2019

Tributes Paid in Dublin to Journalist Fatally Shot During Derry Riots

People gathered at St Stephen’s Green in Dublin, Ireland, on April 19 to pay tribute to Lyra McKee, the 29-year-old journalist who was fatally shot in Derry, Northern Ireland, during riots overnight. This footage shows Eddie McGuinness of Dublin Pride addressing the crowd, telling them that McKee’s “memory will not pass.” The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said they were treating the killing as a “terrorist act” and had opened a murder inquiry. Lord Mayor of Belfast Deirdre Hargey opened a book of condolence at Belfast City Hall. President of the Republic of Ireland Michael D Higgins was among those who signed it. A vigil was also held at the scene of the shooting in the Creggan area of Derry, where McKee’s partner Sara Canning and leaders from both sides of Northern Ireland’s political divide spoke. McKee, who was gay, delivered a TED talk at Stormont in Belfast in November 2017, in which she argued that changes in religious teaching were necessary for the development of LGBT rights. At the time of her death, she was working on a book about children and young men who disappeared during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. The book was due to be published by Faber & Faber, who reportedly described McKee as a “rising star on investigative journalism” and said she had a “knack of engaging the head and the heart.” Credit: Máirín Murray via Storyful

Published on 19-04-2019

Congressman Claims to Cross ‘Border Fence’ Despite Parole Restrictions on International Travel

US Congressman Duncan Hunter (R-CA) stepped over what he claimed was a “border fence” during a trip to the US-Mexico border in Yuma, Arizona, on April 17 and 18, despite parole conditions that prevent him from leaving the United States. In video posted to his Twitter account, Hunter stood near a structure, delivered criticism of US asylum policies, and demonstrated stepping over what he called “the grand border fence.” The video was recorded during a Border Patrol “ride-along.” The video was flagged by Hunter’s electoral opponent Ammar Campa-Najjar in an email to the Times of San Diego, the outlet reported. Najjar alleged that Hunter, who was indicted on allegations of misusing campaign funds and fraud in September 2016, either violated his conditions of parole which stipulate he cannot leave the United States or was making a stunt. Speaking to the Times of San Diego, a Border Patrol spokesman confirmed that Hunter stepped over a “vehicle barrier,” […] approximately 75-100 feet from the border.” Credit: Rep. Duncan Hunter via Storyful

Published on 19-04-2019

Protests Held Across Algeria for Ninth Consecutive Friday

Protesters in Bordj Bou Arreridj, Algeria, unveiled a large banner reading, “Justice is the basis of governance,” on April 19 – the ninth consecutive Friday of nationwide anti-government protests. On the same day, Human Rights Watch issued a report on the recent police crackdowns on the protests, writing: “Algerian authorities should rescind the 2001 decree banning all demonstrations in Algiers and allow people to exercise their right to peaceful assembly anywhere in Algeria.” Credit: @walidmberk via Storyful

Published on 19-04-2019

Three charged for Brisbane doctor’s murder

Two more men have been charged over the shooting death of Brisbane Doctor Luping Zeng. A 19-year-old and 20-year-old man will face court, after Dr Zeng was gunned down in his driveway on Monday night. A 17-year-old boy has also been charged over the doctor's murder and has been remanded in custody. It is believed the trio were not known to Dr Zeng, in what police are describing as an armed robbery gone wrong.

Published on 19-04-2019

US Democrats issue subpoena to see unredacted Mueller report

A subpoena has been issued demanding the release of the full Robert Mueller report into Russian meddling during the US 2016 election. Democrat Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House judiciary committee, issued the subpoena and argued they are entitled to an unredacted version. A redacted version of the report was released publicly on Thursday, clearing the US President Donald Trump on obstruction of justice. Democrats are now calling on Special Counsel Robert Mueller to testify.

Published on 19-04-2019

Multiple Trees Downed on I-26 Near Orangeburg as Storms Sweep South Carolina

High winds brought multiple trees crashing onto Interstate 26 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina, on April 19, as storms moved through the state. The interstate was closed to allow authorities to clear the way, local media reported. Footage shared by the South Carolina Highway Patrol shows trees lying across eastbound lanes on I-26, and a semi-trailer driver helping out by using his vehicle to crush the branches into smaller pieces. Credit: SCHP via Storyful

Published on 19-04-2019

Massive ‘Concreteberg’ Stops Up London Sewers

Solid concrete is keeping water and sewage from flowing through several Victorian sewers in London, England, according to a press release from Thames Water. In footage sent to Storyful by Thames Water, a sewer can be seen almost fully plugged with solid concrete. According to the press release, the concrete is plugging up three sewers in the city and Thames Water is working to resolve the issue. “The subterranean blockage is thought to be at least 100 metres long and weigh 105 tonnes – as heavy as a blue whale. It will cost at least several hundred thousand pounds to clear using a range of cutting tools, including jackhammer pneumatic drills and high-pressure jets,” the press release said. Credit: Thames Water via Storyful

Published on 18-04-2019

Hail Bounces Off Car Roof in Kansas City

Kansas City, Kansas, was pelted with hail on April 17, as thunderstorms swept through the state, according to reports. The National Weather Service issued a strong thunderstorm warning, forecasting hail and wind gusts up to 70 mph. This footage was shared by Instagram user Tommy Frank and shows hail bouncing off the roof of a car. Credit: Tommy Frank via Storyful

Published on 18-04-2019

Shocking shooting caught on camera

Footage of an attempted murder has been released by police as they search for two gunmen who opened fire at a man walking into his western Sydney home.

Published on 18-04-2019

Heavy Rain Falls in Clinton as Tornado Warning Issued

Heavy rain fell in Clinton, Mississippi, on April 18, as the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for the area. This footage was shared by Jas N Smith and shows heavy rainfall and minor flooding. Credit: Jas N Smith via Storyful

Published on 18-04-2019

Icon shredded for $1.45b waste of money

Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola has been hammered by the Spanish press for “wasting $1.45 billion” in pursuit of winning the Champions League for the first time since 2011.

Published on 18-04-2019

Duo wanted over Sydney clothing arson

Two men who broke into a Sydney business and started a fire that destroyed more than $200,000 worth of clothing last year are still on the run.

Published on 18-04-2019

Trio presumed dead after Banff avalanche

Three climbers are presumed dead after an avalanche in Canada's Banff National Park.

Published on 18-04-2019

No remarks from Trump on departure to Mar-a-Lago

U.S. President Donald Trump was uncharacteristically quiet on his departure from Washington to Mar-a-Lago after the release of a redacted version of the Mueller report.

Published on 18-04-2019

Electric ute planned for Oz

Tradies need not despair about being kicked out of their utes if Labor wins government.

Published on 18-04-2019

Officer heard ‘thump’ before Damond shot

Minneapolis police officer Matthew Harrity has testified he feared a potential ambush just before his partner Mohamed Noor shot dead Australian life coach Justine Damond-Ruszczyk in an alley.

Published on 18-04-2019

Doorbell Camera Captures Bear Prowling Through Virginia Suburbs

A bear was caught on camera sauntering around the Hopewell Landing subdivision in Gainesville, Virginia, on the evening of Monday, April 15. The bear’s movement triggered a motion sensor in one resident’s Ring door, which began recording the scene. This footage shows the bear striding across the threshold of the home. Credit: Ehson Ali via Storyful

Published on 17-04-2019

Last day to enrol to vote

Supplied video obtained Thursday, April 18, 2019. Australian citizens have until 8pm on Thursday to register or change their details to take part in the May 18 federal election. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/Australian Electoral Commission)

Published on 17-04-2019

Subaru unveils new Outback

Subaru has given its popular Outback a turbo boost.

Published on 17-04-2019

Tragic end for ’infatuated’ teen

Colorado Governor Jared Polis has said that he and all of the state’s parents are “hugging their children a little tighter” after a teenager allegedly obsessed with the 1999 Columbine High School attack was found dead.

Published on 17-04-2019

Prince William to meet with Christchurch terror victims in NZ

Prince William will meet with the survivors of the Christchurch terror attack when he visits New Zealand next week. The Duke of Cambridge will attend an ANZAC ceremony in Auckland before visiting Christchurch as part of his two day visit. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says Prince William's visit will provide 'the opportunity to pay tribute to those affected ... we welcome this visit by His Royal Highness and know it will bring comfort to those affected'. The country's terror threat level was downgraded from high to medium on Wednesday.

Published on 17-04-2019

Sudanese Doctors Join Anti-Government Protests in Khartoum

Doctors in Sudan marched from the city’s main hospital to the army complex in Khartoum to participate at a sit-in demonstration on April 17, according to reports. This video shows people marching in white coats. “In Sudan, we lack the basics, and that’s why the majority of protesters are medics because they are those who feel the people’s suffering,” Sama Omar al-Sadiq, a doctor participating in the protest, told the Agence France-Presse. According to Ugandan newspaper The Independent, the doctors marched as Sudan’s ousted president Omar al-Bashir was transferred to prison. This video shows men and women dressed in white coats marching along El Mek Nimir Avenue in Khartoum as they made their way from Khartoum Hospital to the army headquarters in the city, according to the uploader, Sara Homeida. Credit: Sara Homeida via Storyful

Published on 17-04-2019

Salah shines as Liverpool run riot

A resurgent Mohamed Salah scored one and set up another to inspire Liverpool to a 4-1 win at Porto in their Champions League quarter-final second leg, teeing up a last-four clash with Barcelona.

Published on 17-04-2019

Mum fights for life after pet deer goring

A Victorian mum is fighting for her life and remains in a critical condition after she rushed to the aid of her dying husband when their pet deer turned on him.

Published on 17-04-2019

Early return? Why De Belin could be free to play on Anzac Day

Jack de Belin could learn the outcome of his case against the NRL and ARL Commission as early as next Tuesday, meaning he could be free to play for St George Illawarra in their Anzac Day blockbuster against the Sydney Roosters.

Published on 17-04-2019

Court rules climate sceptic scientist unlawfully sacked from JCU

The federal court has ruled James Cook University unlawfully sacked a Townsville marine scientist who criticised his department's climate change research. Dr Peter Ridd was dismissed by the university in 2018 after being issued warnings over comments regarding his colleagues’ research on climate change’s impact on the Great Barrier Reef. Speaking on The Bolt Report on Sky News, the professor accused university managers of bringing the tertiary institution into ‘disrepute’. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 17-04-2019

PM to announce $130m defence and water funding in Tas

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is set to officially announce two promises in Tasmania totalling about $130 million. He will announce 479 kilometres of piping across the state to help farmers struggling with water access, and $30 million for the Australian Maritime College's defence research, which is an area of expertise for the region. The division of Bass is currently held by Labor with a margin of just over four per cent, but the Liberals are expected to be in with a good chance as forestry is a key issue in the southern island state. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 16-04-2019

Kangaroo Crashes Photoshoot in Australia, Sends Models Running

A photoshoot at the Candy Shop Mansion in Helensvale, Australia, on April 14, took a turn after a kangaroo started chasing the models, sending them running. Candy Shop Mansion shared footage of the incident on their Instagram page, calling the moment a “kangaroo attack.” The women can be seen running around a yard while one jumps into a nearby pool to escape the animal. Another angle shows one woman hoping over a gate to get away from the kangaroo. Credit: Candy Shop Mansion via Storyful

Published on 16-04-2019

Geelong shopping centre attack

Woman attacked outside Geelong shopping centre.

Published on 16-04-2019

Mercedes-Benz’s new dynamic duo

Mercedes-Benz has detailed its new hardcore AMG SUVs.

Published on 16-04-2019

Couple stranded in National Park rescued after scratching ‘help’ in mud

A young couple who became stranded in a National Park were rescued after they scratched “HELP” in the mud near their bogged car.

Published on 16-04-2019

Boeing faces lawsuit over Nairobi crash

Lawyers in the US state of Illinois have filed a lawsuit against Boeing over the crash of its 737 Max 8 aircraft in Nairobi. The Boeing 737 MAX was involved in a crash in Ethiopia that killed 157 people, and another in Indonesia which killed 189 people. The company is accused of playing down the first crash, which lawyers argue led to the second. Lawyer Nomaan Husain says the families of the victims will not be asking for the maximum compensation, but will allow a jury to decide.

Published on 16-04-2019

Redacted Mueller report to be released on Thursday

Democrats are continuing to push for the release of Robert Mueller's full report into alleged Russian collusion in the 2016 election, instead of a redacted version. The White House will release the heavily edited version of the report on Thursday. Attorney General William Barr says any parts of the report that are redacted will come with an explanation.

Published on 16-04-2019

‘Fearless’ priest saved Crown of Thorns

A Parisian chaplain who entered Notre Dame with firefighters and saved the sacred Crown of Thorns has been once again hailed as a hero.

Published on 16-04-2019

Ariana Grande’s Relationship Status With Big Sean & Coachella Payday REVEALED!

Remember how Ariana Grande and Big Sean were spotted TOGETHER driving off into the night SOON AFTER HER BREAKUP WITH PETE DAVIDSON?! Well I have an update on what their status is now! PLUS…you’ll never guess how much Ariana made HEADLINING Coachella…let’s just say the girl can buy A LOT more than 7 rings. FINALLY…in some other couple news…Bella Thorne and Mod Sun call it QUITS after over a year of dating. We’re talking the latest celeb couple news RIGHT now so stick around to feel the love AND HEARTBREAK.

Published on 16-04-2019

$8700 airline charge dividing the internet

A furious uncle has blasted Delta for not offering his family cheaper flights home after his young nephew broke his leg in Thailand.

Published on 16-04-2019

US Attorney General to release redacted Mueller report

US Attorney General William Barr is set to release Special Counsel Robert Mueller's redacted report to Congress and the public on Thursday. The nearly 400-page report primarily focuses on the investigation into possible collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump’s election campaign. In March, Mr Barr released a summary of Mueller’s principal conclusions and argued the investigation did not establish a criminal conspiracy. While President Trump and his allies have claimed total exoneration in the wake of Mr Barr's letter, Democrats say they don't trust the Attorney-General.

Published on 15-04-2019

The car with an in-built garden

Servicing your car could soon involve some pruning and dynamic lifter — at least if Audi has its way.

Published on 15-04-2019

Orphaned children of IS fighter plead to return to Australia

The children of an Australian Islamic state fighter killed in Syria have been reunited with their grandmother at a Syrian refugee camp. Khaled Sharrouf and two of his sons died in a US airstrike, leaving his remaining children and grand-children at a Kurdish-controlled­ refugee camp. The meeting marks the end of a five-year journey, after the children's mother took them to Syria to join their father. Their grandmother, Karen Nettleton, has been calling for government intervention to bring her grandchildren back to Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the children will be granted passports if they make it to an Australian embassy. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 15-04-2019

Australian leaders mourn burning cathedral

Parisians will rebuild in the aftermath of a destructive fire in the Notre-Dame Cathedral, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison believes.

Published on 15-04-2019

Jailed Reuters reporters win Pulitzer

Two Reuters journalists, jailed for revealing the massacre of 10 Muslim Rohingya men by Buddhist villagers and Myanmar security forces, are among the Pulitzer prize winners.

Published on 15-04-2019

Call to avoid election ‘dog-whistling’

Politicians have been urged to be respectful of multicultural communities as they vie for Australians' votes at the upcoming federal election.

Published on 15-04-2019

Prayers, tears as Paris cathedral burned

Distraught Parisians and stunned tourists have gazed in disbelief as a monstrous inferno tore through Notre-Dame Cathedral, one of the world's best-loved monuments.

Published on 15-04-2019

Qld cop killer to be released on parole

One of the men responsible for the fatal shooting of Gold Coast police officer Damian Leeding will be released on parole on Tuesday despite a battle by the slain man's mother to keep him behind bars.

Published on 15-04-2019

Notre Dame Cathedral Fire: The View from The Streets

WSJ Correspondent Sam Schechner reports from the streets of Paris as thousands of people stop to watch a huge fire rip through Notre Dame Cathedral. Photo: EPA

Published on 15-04-2019

Gus slams ref over NRL ‘disgrace’

Penrith supremo Phil Gould has taken aim at referee Grant Atkins in the wake of the incident involving North Queensland duo Nene Macdonald and John Asiata last Friday night.

Published on 15-04-2019

‘Watch out’: Dan’s blunt teammate warning

Former F1 world champion Nico Rosberg believes Daniel Ricciardo has sent a message to teammate Nico Hulkenberg after picking up his first points of the season.

Published on 14-04-2019

Pauline Hanson’s dire polling news

The first Newspoll conducted since the election was called has delivered good news for the major parties and a dire warning for Pauline Hanson.

Published on 14-04-2019

Australia’s economy will drop under Labor: Deloitte analysis

Australia’s economy will be 0.3 per cent smaller under a Labor government’s tax policies compared to the Coalition’s, Deloitte Access Economics analysis indicates. Economists say the Opposition's proposed changes would come with offsetting benefits.

Published on 14-04-2019

Pilot dead after Queensland plane crash

A young pilot has been killed in a plane crash on a rural property in outback Queensland.

Published on 14-04-2019

PM to announce roads package in Melbourne

Drivers in Melbourne's east could have congestion headaches eased with the coalition promising a $154.5 million road upgrade package.

Published on 14-04-2019

SA satellite centre gets funding windfall

Satellites will be used to improve advanced communications and observations of earth from space at a research centre set to receive $55 million from the federal government.

Published on 14-04-2019

News from around the world

Assange accused of setting up 'spy centre'

Published on 14-04-2019

Fire guts double-storey home in Logan City

Queensland Police are investigating a suspicious fire that destroyed a house in Logan City.

Published on 14-04-2019

Sudan protesters want swift civilian rule

Sudan's main protest group has demanded the immediate handover of power to a civilian transitional government, saying it would keep up the street demonstrations that ousted former president Omar al-Bashir last week to achieve its aims.

Published on 14-04-2019

GetUp! financial support on the rise

Donations to independent lobby group GetUp! have reportedly risen 27 per cent in the past year, with $12.5 million in annual donations before the May 18 election.

Published on 14-04-2019

Foul-mouthed reply shocks star, journos

Sloane Stephens wanted to win badly. Really badly.

Published on 05-04-2019

Harry narrowly avoids exes at party

Prince Harry avoided an awkward run-in with his Love Island ex at an event after organisers made a last-minute seating switch.

Published on 05-04-2019

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Published on 05-04-2019

Amal Clooney’s new role

International human rights lawyer Amal Clooney will help lead a British-Canadian push to defend journalists from attacks and restrictions around the world, ministers say.

Published on 05-04-2019

S-E Freeway closed after major truck smash

A truck has caught fire following a major smash on the South Eastern Freeway at Monarto South in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Published on 05-04-2019

Khloe Kardashian Runs To Her EX For Emotional Support! Kendall TROLLS Kylie Jenner! | DR

Khloe Kardashian is not getting any support from Tristan Thompson as he is ditching all fatherly duties, and Khloe kardashian is going back to her ex to get the emotional support she needs! Also, Kendall Jenner trolled Kylie on one of her steamy vacation pics and it was hilarious! All this and more coming up on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 05-04-2019

Qld man charged over bid to stab constable

A man has been charged with attempted murder after he allegedly attacked an officer at a police station in the Queensland's far north.

Published on 05-04-2019

Amal Clooney pushes to protect journalists

International human rights lawyer Amal Clooney will help lead a British-Canadian push to defend journalists from attacks and restrictions around the world, ministers say.

Published on 05-04-2019

PM softens on IS fighters’ young children

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has softened his stance against the surviving children of Islamic State fighters, starting with the children of terrorist Khaled Sharrouf.

Published on 05-04-2019

Qld burglars take boy, 9, along for ride

Three burglars allegedly took a nine-year-old boy with them when they went to rob a house in a Brisbane suburb before fleeing police at high speed.

Published on 05-04-2019

Irish PM meets with Germany’s Merkel for Brexit talks

Ireland's Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel for bilateral Brexit talks in Dublin for negotiations around a possible Brexit extension. It is believed Ms Merkel is seeking information as to what Ireland's intentions are around their border situation in the event of a 'no-deal' scenario, who have been coy on detail around their plan. Mr Varadkar has maintained that there are currently no preparations to implement any checks or customs negotiations. The talks come as British MPs try to avoid crashing out of the European Union without a deal.

Published on 04-04-2019

Findings handed down in Daniel Morcombe inquest

A coroner is due to hand down the report findings into the abduction and murder of Daniel Morcombe on Friday, more than 15 years after he vanished. The Queensland school boy was last seen in December 2003 while he waited for a bus on the Sunshine coast. He was taken by Brett Peter Cowan, who is now serving a life sentence for the crime. An inquest examined the adequacy of the police response into what became Queensland's biggest ever manhunt and investigation. Daniel's parents, Bruce and Denise Morcombe, will be in the courtroom when the findings are released.

Published on 04-04-2019

Desperate dating ploy actually worked

Baseball has seen marriage proposals constantly but one heartbroken New York Mets fan has wasted little time taking his dating game to Citi Field.

Published on 04-04-2019

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos settles the most expensive divorce in history

The world’s richest man has finalised his split from MacKenzie, but she only got a fraction of what she was entitled to.

Published on 04-04-2019

Four arrested over Sydney cocaine syndicate

Three of the four men arrested in simultaneous drug raids across Sydney are due to face court on Friday. Police allege the men were part of a network selling 10-thousand dollars worth of cocaine on the streets everyday, for more than six months. All four men have been charged with supplying drugs and working as part of a criminal group.

Published on 04-04-2019

Explosions at huge Melbourne factory fire

Firefighters are battling a large blaze at a chemical factory in Melbourne’s north this morning, with more than 20 trucks currently working to contain the scene.

Published on 04-04-2019

WAG absolutely nails Margot Robbie

Rob Gronkowski’s girlfriend isn’t just a pretty face.

Published on 04-04-2019

PewDiePie Close To Being KICKED OFF Youtube After THIS Petition To Remove Him

PewDiePie might have one of the MOST POPULAR channels on YouTube BUT there’s a chance he could be kicked off soon…PLUS…the LaBrant Family sits down to address all the HATE they received from their April Fools Prank on their daughter. And may I say I’m not feeling the authenticity. FINALLY…Olivia Jade is refusing to take ANY responsibility in the midst of this college admission scandal as we hear she’s continuing to blame her parents for RUINING her current and future Influencer career. We’re talking all the YouTube news you need to know right now so stay tuned.

Published on 04-04-2019

Boeing CEO pledges safer return of 737 MAX

Boeing's CEO Dennis Muilenburg has apologised for lives lost in deadly crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia, but said the plane manufacturer remains confident in the "fundamental safety" of the 737 MAX aircraft.

Published on 04-04-2019

Trump backs off threat to close U.S.-Mexico border

U.S. President Donald Trump threatened on Thursday to put tariffs on cars coming from Mexico into the United States if Mexico does not continue to help Washington deal with the immigration and drug situation along the southern U.S. border. Zachary Goelman reports.

Published on 04-04-2019

Highway closed after horror Yarra Ranges crash

A man is dead and another two are in hospital following a crash in the Yarra Ranges this morning.

Published on 03-04-2019

ISIS nurse’s plea to return home

An Australian jihadist captured by Kurdish forces after the collapse of Islamic State’s last stronghold in Syria has begged to be allowed to come home.

Published on 03-04-2019

Budget rewards couples with kids

Australian couples with children earning mid-range or high incomes would be the biggest winners from tax changes in the latest federal budget, according to new modelling.

Published on 03-04-2019

Kylie Jenner QUITTING KUWTK! Jeffree Star Called A LIAR After He REVEALS Merch Was STOLEN! | DR

Kylie Jenner is ready to give it all up and plans to quit KUWTK! Also, Jeffree Star revealed on his Youtube Channel that $2.5 Million worth of merchandise was stolen, but the internet is calling him a liar! We are discussing all this and more on an all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 03-04-2019

AFL star’s brutal response to interview

It’s fair to say Collingwood forward Jamie Elliott is preferring to let his on-field actions do the talking.

Published on 03-04-2019

SA’s weird weather: Flood warning despite record dry

A flood warning has been issued for the state’s northeast while Adelaide continues to basks in autumn sunshine and rain-free weather.

Published on 03-04-2019

Shock outcome of sickening footy punch

Former NRL star Pat Politoni has only copped a three-game suspension after pleading guilty for a shocking punch that knocked out an opponent in Queensland’s Intrust Super Cup on the weekend.

Published on 03-04-2019

Twilight Zone trailer

Witness the re-imagining of the most iconic series of all time.

Published on 03-04-2019

US deploys more resources to address immigration

The US government has begun treating its crisis on the border with Mexico like a category five hurricane. More resources have been deployed to deal with an influx of immigrants, as President Donald Trump steps back from his threat to shut the border down entirely.

Published on 03-04-2019

McDonald’s Workers Rally for Higher Wages in Durham, North Carolina

Workers at a McDonald’s restaurant in Durham, North Carolina, joined a nationwide protest to call for a $15 minimum wage on Wednesday, April 3. Video shows workers standing outside the restaurant chanting and waving signs. In addition to their demands for a higher minimum wage, workers were seeking to unionize, according to Fight for $15. Similar demonstrations took place across the United States on Wednesday. Credit: Fight for $15 via Storyful

Published on 03-04-2019

Swashbuckling Smith trumps Kohli

Steve Smith has helped Rajasthan Royals to their first win of the IPL season as his side beat Virat Kohli’s Royal Challengers Bangalore by seven wickets.

Published on 02-04-2019

Commute havoc as blackouts hit Melbourne’s north

Thousands of homes have lost power in Melbourne’s north this morning, with the outages also causing havoc for commuters with trains and traffic lights affected.

Published on 02-04-2019

‘Beast’ bares its teeth at rocky Ricciardo

After a second DNF from as many races Daniel Ricciardo has admitted his new car is taking some getting used to, calling it a “beast” he’s yet to tame.

Published on 02-04-2019

Vogue’s biggest online sale event is back

It’s back! Vogue Online Shopping Night has returned promising an even bigger range of exclusive samples to one-off discounts from some of fashions most popular brands.

Published on 02-04-2019

Woman’s shocking four-day ‘rape’ ordeal

A Melbourne man accused of repeatedly raping and bashing a woman he held captive during a four-day ordeal asked the victim if she wanted to die.

Published on 02-04-2019

Big sign Bernie will take on Trump

Early signs indicate Bernie Sanders will win the Democratic nomination and get the chance to run against Donald Trump for the US presidency in 2020.

Published on 02-04-2019

Trump picks out Germany over NATO spending

US President Donald Trump has hit out at NATO members he insists do not meet spending targets, singling out Berlin.

Published on 02-04-2019

Trump Pushes Vote on GOP Health Plan Until After 2020 Election

During a meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, President Trump explained why the vote for the GOP health-care plan would be delayed until after the 2020 general election. Photo: Getty

Published on 02-04-2019

Radio star’s Macedon Ranges hideaway for sale

The Macedon Ranges home of late Melbourne radio personality Clive Stark has hit the market.

Published on 02-04-2019

Nick Cody lays into ‘soft’ parents

Hoppers Crossing’s favourite son is back and watch out folks — he is now a parent and can’t see what all the fuss is about.

Published on 02-04-2019

Valentine Holmes works out for NFL scouts

April 02, 2019. Former NRL star Valentine Holmes has his wingspan, height, weight, and speed tested in front of NFL scouts at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' $US32 million air-conditioned indoor practice facility. Holmes has spent the past three months in an intensive Pathway program, designed to give elite international athletes a shot at playing in the NFL. If Holmes impresses at the workout an NFL team could sign him to a free agent contract. He could also be assigned to a practice squad with an AFC East division team. (AAP VIDEO/Peter Mitchell)

Published on 01-04-2019

Wisconsin Driver Arrested After Careening Across Roundabout Into Taco Bell

A driver in Appleton, Wisconsin, was arrested after he careened across a roundabout and into a Taco Bell at around 3 am on March 31, according to officials cited in local news reports. Video taken from a traffic camera at the intersection of Northland and Richmond shows the vehicle driving across a roundabout before flattening a sign and travelling out of picture. The Appleton Post Crescent said the car slammed into a Taco Bell drive-thru. Police said the driver was injured but had been released. The 25-year-old was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and reckless driving. Credit: Appleton Police Department via Storyful

Published on 01-04-2019

Fresh twist in NBA star’s rape accusation

The woman who says former New York Knick Kristaps Porzingis raped her later sent him explicit photos of herself and tried to shake down the team’s legal department for cash — all before reporting the alleged crime, according to a new report.

Published on 01-04-2019

One Person Injured After Concrete Barrier Collapses on Chattanooga Road

One person was injured after concrete from an interstate highway collapsed in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on April 1, officials said. The Chattanooga Fire Department said one person sustained non-life-threatening injuries when concrete railing collapsed on the I-75 and hit a car. Traffic was rerouted as crews worked to remove the concrete, fire officials said. Credit: THPChattanooga via Storyful

Published on 01-04-2019

Education union takes fight to parliament

Education union officials are taking their fight for more public school funding to Parliament House, flanked by some high profile supporters.

Published on 01-04-2019

WAG responds to boxer’s on-air smooch

Kubrat Pulev claims the female reporter he allegedly “groped on the buttocks” and kissed on the lips is “not his type”.

Published on 01-04-2019

CCTV after hit run in Glen Huntly

CCTV showing hit run in Glen Huntly. Supplied: Victoria Police

Published on 01-04-2019

UniSA new crime film

UniSA Online is launching a new true crime online course, using a feature film that debunks Hollywood renditions of criminal investigations.

Published on 01-04-2019

Bouteflika to resign: Algerian state media

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will resign before his mandate ends on April 28, state news agency APS reports, bowing to weeks of mass protests and army pressure seeking an end to his 20-year rule.

Published on 01-04-2019

Child psychologist to replace Craig Laundy

A child psychologist is set to replace former federal workplace minister Craig Laundy as the Liberal candidate for the Sydney seat of Reid.

Published on 01-04-2019

‘It is a carbon tax in disguise really’

Australia’s 250 biggest-polluting companies will be given incentives to cut emissions below their current levels if Labor wins the next election.

Published on 31-03-2019

Extreme weather outlook

Exceptional rain helped farmers across eastern Australia last week, while this week we watch a tropical low in the north that could become a tropical cyclone. Sky News Meteorologist Rob Sharpe has the details.

Published on 31-03-2019

Ricciardo ‘avoids electrocution’ as nightmare continues

We wish it was an April Fool’s Day joke but sadly news of Daniel Ricciardo retiring three laps from the end of the Bahrain Grand Prix are true.

Published on 31-03-2019

World’s best halfback re-signs with New Zealand Rugby

Dynamic All Blacks halfback Aaron Smith has confirmed his future with New Zealand rugby by signing a two-year deal that will keep him playing Super Rugby at the Highlanders until 2021.

Published on 31-03-2019

Turkish election setback for Erdogan

Turkey's main opposition party appeared on course to seize control of Ankara in Sunday's local elections, defeating President Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party in the capital for the first time since he came to power 16 years ago.

Published on 31-03-2019

Woman, 36, dies in head-on crash

A 36-YEAR-old Triabunna woman has died in a two-vehicle crash on the Tasman Highway.

Published on 31-03-2019

Sharrouf children held in refugee camp-ABC

Three surviving children of terrorist Khaled Sharrouf are reportedly being held at a Syrian refugee camp after leaving Islamic's State's last stronghold in Baghouz before it was overrun by Kurdish fighters.

Published on 31-03-2019

Ukrainian comedian leads presidential race

Ukrainian comedian Volodymyr Zelensky appears to have won the first round of the country's presidential election.

Published on 31-03-2019

Algerian authorities expel journalist

Algerian authorities have expelled Reuters journalist Tarek Amara after he was arrested for covering a protest against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, a Reuters spokesman says.

Published on 31-03-2019

US-China trade talk hopes lift Wall St

US stocks have ended the final trading day of the first quarter on a strong note on Friday and the S&P 500 posted its best quarterly gain since 2009, boosted by optimism over the latest round of trade talks between the United States and China.

Published on 31-03-2019

Four dead, 300 hurt in Gaza protest

Four Palestinian demonstrators have been killed and more than 300 injured in clashes with the Israeli army on the Gaza border since Friday night, the Gaza Health Ministry says.

Published on 30-03-2019

Two teenage tourists drown in Fraser Island lake

The families of two Japanese nationals who drowned at a Lake on Queensland's Fraser Island are travelling to Brisbane. Police divers found the two 16-year-old's bodies at Lake McKenzie on Saturday morning after the two were reported missing from a school tour group on Friday afternoon. Queensland Police are speaking to all witnesses available as they piece together the events leading up to the tragedy.

Published on 30-03-2019

Buyer gets home crowd advantage

It should be an easy move for a Balaclava tenant who bought her first home in an Art Deco apartment complex where she already lives.

Published on 30-03-2019

US ends aid to Central American countries

The United States is cutting off aid to the Central American countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, known collectively as the "Northern Triangle", the State Department says.

Published on 30-03-2019

$125 cash for struggling Aussies

A quarter of Australia’s eligible voters can expect a one-off payment to help cover the cost of power bills in Tuesday’s federal Budget.

Published on 30-03-2019

Labor to ban plastic bags, microbeads

Single-use plastic bags and microbeads will be banned across Australia from 2021 under a Labor plan to cut waste.

Published on 30-03-2019

Living with an electric car

After three months of guilt-free, green motoring it’s time to hand back the Hyundai Ioniq EV.

Published on 30-03-2019

Barty Party: Aussie ace scores huge win

Ashleigh Barty’s transformation is complete after the Australian defeated Czech fifth seed Karolina Pliskova 7-6 (7/1) 6-3 to win the biggest singles title of her career at the WTA Miami Open.

Published on 30-03-2019

Mansion market cops worst of correction

Melbourne’s mansions are bearing the brunt of the property market correction.

Published on 30-03-2019

$47 miracle product is a game-changer

The entire global beauty industry is controlled by a few giant companies — and they’re all led by men.

Published on 30-03-2019

‘Go to jail’: Social media crackdown

Australia is to become the first country in the world to introduce jail terms and multimillion-dollar fines for social media giants that do not quickly remove violent material.

Published on 29-03-2019

Selfless Maxwell throws away ton and equals Ponting

Glenn Maxwell’s four-year wait for his second one-day international century goes on after being run out for 98 in the fourth match against Pakistan.

Published on 29-03-2019

Timelapse Shows Morning Fog Clearing Over Montana’s Flathead Valley

Dense fog caused low visibility in valleys in western Montana on the morning of March 29. The National Weather Service in Missoula shared this timelapse showing fog clearing over the town of Polson on Flathead Lake. Credit: NWS Missoula via Storyful

Published on 29-03-2019

Protesters descend on Westminster over Brexit

Thousands of pro-Brexit protestors have marched through London as British MPs rejected an exit deal for the third time. A number of disenfranchised citizens are furious with the continued stalemate which is taking its toll on businesses. The protestors congregated around Westminster Abbey on the day the UK was scheduled to leave the EU, languishing over continued failure for consensus, agreement or action to deliver the Brexit that was voted on.

Published on 29-03-2019

Brexit Vote: Third time no charm

British politicians have rejected the Theresa May's divorce deal with the European Union for a third time leaving Brexit in uncertainty.

Published on 29-03-2019

May’s Brexit deal rejected for a third time

British MPs have rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal for a third time in Parliament on the day the UK was supposed to leave the European Union. Lawmakers voted 344-286 against the EU Withdrawal Agreement. The decision to reject a bare-bones version of May's original proposal has plunged the future of Brexit into further uncertainty. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is calling for a general election if parliament cannot find a way forward with Brexit. EU President Donald Tusk has also called for an emergency Brexit meeting on the 10th of April.

Published on 29-03-2019

How a slightly longer train trip can pay off for homebuyers

Extending the train commute by a few minutes could save Melbourne homebuyers hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Published on 29-03-2019

Sports Now: Around the Grounds

The Sydney Swans remain winless as they went down to the crows at the SCG, two tries from fullback James Tedesco have led the Sydney Roosters to victory over Parramatta and Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad has bagged a double to help Canberra take a 17-10 win over Newcastle.

Published on 29-03-2019

Khloe Kardashian Sends MASSIVE SHADE To Jordyn Woods On IG & Kylie Jenner Hints Pregnancy! | DR

Khloe Kardashian sends Jordyn Woods a shady instagram message. Plus Justin Bieber has babies on the brain…we have the details on how many kids he plans to have with hailey. Finally Kylie Jenner had her fans thinking she’s preggers again…the tea is hot this friday so stick around for the party on Hollyscoops all new Daily Rewind!

Published on 29-03-2019

Model arrested as body found in boot

A model whose credits include Playboy Italia and Maxim has been arrested in the murder of a California doctor whose body was found in the trunk of a car outside Las Vegas earlier this month, police said.

Published on 29-03-2019

Surprising job where women earn $315,000

Female futures traders in Australia earn nearly 4 per cent more than their male counterparts, with an eye-watering average income of $315,197.

Published on 28-03-2019

WATCH LIVE: Christchurch Remembrance Service

Watch the Christchurch Remembrance Service live from New Zealand.

Published on 28-03-2019

Star breaks silence on ‘sad’ separation

Just as his football career got a lifeline, Johnny Manziel’s life off the field took a hit.

Published on 28-03-2019

‘Flexitarian’ diet key to weight loss success

Sometimes it feels like we are being bombarded with weight loss advice. It seems every week there’s a new fad diet that promises a “magic bullet” solution to losing those extra kilos.

Published on 28-03-2019

Ricciardo reveals costly team disconnect

Daniel Ricciardo is looking forward to the Bahrain GP after a horror first race with Renault.

Published on 28-03-2019

Defiant Hanson won’t back down

Pauline Hanson has refused to back down over her claim that the damning Al Jazeera documentary was a sting.

Published on 28-03-2019

Auction boost after best clearance rate in six months

Melbourne’s auctioneers are heading into this weekend with renewed confidence and up to 10 bidders expected at some auctions.

Published on 28-03-2019

‘Wow’: Trump relishes ratings collapse

Donald Trump is relishing the apparent decline of media critical of his presidency, after popular US networks suffered ratings drops following the release of a summary of the Mueller report.

Published on 28-03-2019

Reporter lawyers up after sloppy smooch

The female sports reporter who was kissed on the lips by Bulgarian heavyweight champion Kubrat Pulev has lawyered up, hiring Gloria Allred over the on-air debacle.

Published on 28-03-2019

Remembering the victims in Christchuch

Thousands of people are expected to attend the We Are One Memorial Service remembering the 50 victims of the Christchurch  massacre this morning.

Published on 28-03-2019

Football star’s Aussie wife bares all

Sarah Kohan has revealed a startling topless snap of herself seven months pregnant, after it emerged she secretly married English Premier League star Javier Hernandez.

Published on 27-03-2019

Turnbull, Dutton ‘sought to dump Christensen’ over excessive travel concerns

Malcolm Turnbull and Peter Dutton reportedly had plans to dump George Christensen as the Liberal candidate for Dawson amid concerns over his travels. The former Prime Minister and Home Affairs Minister agreed in 2017 that Mr Chistensen shouldn't be the candidate to represent the LNP at the election for the marginal seat, the Herald Sun reports. It comes after reports the MP spent nearly 300 days in the south-east Asian country within a four year period, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison saying he expects all members to be in their electorates doing their jobs. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 27-03-2019

Justin Tsang Murder Charges

Three charged over alleged murder of Justin Tsang – Homicide Squad

Published on 27-03-2019

Jelena Dokic’s jaw-dropping weight loss

Former tennis star Jelena Dokic has showed off her epic body transformation after losing an incredible 38kg since October.

Published on 27-03-2019

Not so fast: EU puts brakes on drivers

Europe plans to mandate speed limiting devices and other safety devices for all new cars.

Published on 27-03-2019

Three charged over alleged murder of Justin Tsang

Supplied video obtained Thursday, March 28, 2019, showing the arrest of three 18-year-old men and a 19-year-old man at a home in Burwood Heights yesterday. Two of the 18-year-old men were charged with murder and take/detain person with intent to obtain advantage occasion actual bodily harm. Police will allege in court that the men - who were known to Mr Tsang - picked him up from a Drummoyne home on Tuesday 12 March 2019, before seriously assaulting and stabbing him to death at a Burwood Heights property and burying his body at Wentworth Falls. The other 18-year-old man and the 19-year-old man have been released, pending further inquiries. (AAP VIDEO/Supplied/NSW Police)

Published on 27-03-2019

Car lovers to worship 12-car Templestowe garage

This spectacular three-storey house surrounded by natural bush was never intended to be placed on the market.

Published on 27-03-2019

Fast News: Today’s top stories

It has been revealed police enlisted Lawyer X as an informant despite warnings she was a 'loose cannon' who was 'high risk', and British Prime Minister Theresa May has offered to resign if MPs accept her Brexit deal. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 27-03-2019

Three men charged over Sydney teenager’s murder

Three teenagers have been charged with the murder of Justin Tsang, 17, whose body was found buried in the Blue Mountains earlier in the month. Police allege the men - two aged 18, and a 19-year-old - knew Mr Tsang and assaulted and stabbed him to death at a Burwood Heights home before burying his body. All three will face court on Thursday morning.

Published on 27-03-2019

Angela Bishop on Hard Chat

Tom Gleeson grills Angela Bishop on Hard Chat

Published on 27-03-2019

Police and SES scour Melbourne’s east for missing man

An operation is underway in Melbourne’s east as police and SES crews scour an area around the Warburton Rail Trail for a man missing overnight.

Published on 26-03-2019

One Nation are ‘absolute frauds’: minister

Resources Minister Matt Canavan says One Nation officials have been exposed as "absolute frauds" after being caught talking about receiving $US20 million from the American gun lobby.

Published on 26-03-2019

Nationals MP hits back at travel ‘smears’

Federal Nationals MP George Christensen claims he's the victim of a "smear campaign" after travel records reportedly showed he spent 294 days in the Philippines over a four-year period.

Published on 26-03-2019

William Tyrrell’s foster mother talks to police

Video of William Tyrrell's foster mum doing a walk through with police

Published on 26-03-2019

How Melbourne man won lotto twice

A Victorian man is almost $50 million richer after he accidentally purchased two Oz Lotto tickets with the same numbers — that then went on to win the division one Jackpot.

Published on 26-03-2019

May still hoping to get Brexit deal passed

British Prime Minister Theresa May will address her Conservative MPs on Wednesday, possibly to set out a timetable for her departure in a last throw of the dice to win support for her twice-rejected Brexit deal in parliament.

Published on 26-03-2019

Suit issue ends first all-women spacewalk

What should have been a giant leap for womankind has turned into a stumble on the path to equality after US space agency NASA cancelled the first all-female spacewalk because a lack of a spacesuit in the right size.

Published on 26-03-2019

Aussies’ shock ball-tampering claims

A trio of Australian cricketing legends have made the sensational claim that Sandpaper Gate last year may not have been the first time Australia had tampered with the ball in Test cricket.

Published on 26-03-2019

OxyContin-maker settles case for $US270m

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma and members of the wealthy Sackler family that own the company have reached a $US270 million ($A378 million) settlement to resolve a lawsuit brought by the US state of Oklahoma accusing the drug-maker of fuelling an opioid abuse epidemic.

Published on 26-03-2019

First Fleet piano flown to UK for repairs

A historic piano that was the first keyboard instrument on Australian soil has been returned to the UK for critical restoration work.

Published on 26-03-2019

Kyrgios shames ‘racist, homophobic’ slurs

Nick Kyrgios has slammed a Facebook troll for sending him racist, homophobic slurs after his win over Dusan Lajovic at the Miami Open.

Published on 25-03-2019

Car lovers invited to race cops

Performance car enthusiasts can put their skills to the test against the best drivers on the NSW Police force.

Published on 25-03-2019

Hamas says ceasefire agreed with Israel

Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip have announced a ceasefire after exchanging blows with Israel.

Published on 25-03-2019

Pilots test Boeing’s new 737 MAX aircraft software

Pilots from three American airlines have become the first to try out Boeing's new software for the troubled 737 MAX aircraft. The simulations mimic the lead up to last year's fatal Lion Air crash, with each of the pilots managing to land the plane safely. The system is designed to resolve the issue which triggered the plane to nosedive and will be handed over to the FAA for testing this week.

Published on 25-03-2019

Boeing readies 737 MAX software fixes

Boeing will provide airlines that have bought the 737 MAX with free software upgrades, the US manufacturer says, as Ethiopian Airlines told Reuters it expected a preliminary crash report this week or next.

Published on 25-03-2019

Car Windows Smashed by Large Hail in McKinney, Texas

The windows of several cars at an apartment complex in McKinney, Texas, were destroyed by large hail on March 24 as severe thunderstorms swept over the area. The National Weather service reported hail of all sizes, including baseball-sized in Hopkins County, and grapefruit-sized in McKinney. News reports said that residents reported damage to their homes and vehicles and a “snow-like” accumulation of hail on the ground. Credit: @cravensart via Storyful

Published on 25-03-2019

People love mum’s clever first aid hack

An Aussie mum has shared an incredible first aid trick using the liquid dispenser in a common medicine, and the internet is going wild for it.

Published on 25-03-2019

Bill Shorten pressured Michael Daley to step down as NSW Labor leader

It has been revealed Bill Shorten pressured NSW Labor leader Michael Daley to stand aside, amid concerns his anti-Asian immigration comments would cost the federal party votes in key Sydney seats. Mr Daley on Monday evening said he would stand aside until after the federal election, with deputy leader Penny Sharpe to fill in as interim leader. To do otherwise would be 'an unnecessary distraction' from the task of trying to elect a Bill Shorten federal government, he said in a statement.

Published on 25-03-2019

Logan Pauls Says He’s Ready To QUIT Youtube! Would Rather Do All THESE Things Instead!

Logan Paul reveals he does NOT want to be a Youtuber for the rest of his life… PLUS…David Dobrik reveals that he’s checking on fellow YouTuber Olivia Jade while she’s in the midst of this college admissions scandal…FINALLY is the sister squad over for good?! That’s what fans are starting to think and they’re FREAKING OUT. We’re talking the latest YouTuber news you need to know right now so stay tuned.

Published on 25-03-2019

Why Trump will win a second term

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Published on 25-03-2019

‘Makes your stomach sink’: Cruel blow

A horrible fielding mishap is likely to cost Jhye Richardson a spot in Australia’s World Cup squad after the young paceman was sent home for scans on a dislocated shoulder.

Published on 24-03-2019

Rescue Helicopter Airlifts People From Viking Sky Cruise Ship Off Norway Coast

Norwegian rescue helicopters evacuated people from a cruise ship off the coast of Norway on Saturday, March 23, after the vessel lost engine power amid lashing winds and heavy seas, officials said. At least 1,300 people needed to be evacuated from the rocking ship, police said. Five helicopters transported passengers ashore in batches, according to Norway’s rescue agency. Winds recorded at speeds up to 38 knots whipped up waves. When the ship to lost its engine power the crew emitted a mayday call, officials said. This footage was filmed by a CHC Helikopter Service crew and shows people being airlifted off the cruise ship on March 23. Norway’s Rescue Coordination Center said the vessel was “safe at the quay in Molde” on March 24. Credit: CHC Florø via Storyful

Published on 24-03-2019

Man’s body discovered in Vic backyard

A man's body has been found in the backyard of a home in Melbourne's southwest.

Published on 24-03-2019

Croc found in NSW home, ex-bikie charged

A former motorcycle gang member has been charged after a crocodile, a luxury car, two motorcycles and a jet ski were seized from a Sydney home last month.

Published on 24-03-2019

White House says report exonerates Trump

US Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election is a "complete exoneration" of President Donald Trump, a White House spokeswoman says.

Published on 24-03-2019

Girl, 2, critical after Qld track incident

A toddler is fighting for life after she and her family were hit by a metal starting gate at a harness race track north of Brisbane.

Published on 24-03-2019

Thailand pro-army party leads in election

A pro-military party is leading in Thailand's first election since a 2014 coup, with the delayed release of the unofficial result expected to indicate whether junta chief Prayuth Chan-ocha can remain prime minister.

Published on 24-03-2019

Pair charged over Qld axe attack

A man has been attacked with an axe at a fast-food restaurant at Logan, south of Brisbane.

Published on 24-03-2019

Consumers warned on health insurance shift

Most Australians with private health insurance have been urged to wait until after April 1 to make changes to their cover - contradicting the advice of previous years.

Published on 24-03-2019

NSW poll win boosts Morrison’s hopes

A coalition win in the NSW state election has reassured Scott Morrison's federal government that it can woo voters by playing up its economic management credentials.

Published on 24-03-2019

Meet the ‘Rich Kids’ of Australia

Meet Australia’s “Rich Kids” — the extravagant offspring of rich parents, living the dream and making others green with envy in the process.

Published on 23-03-2019

Reclaimed with love, NZ mosques reopen

The Al Noor Mosque was a site of unspeakable horror, but it has been reclaimed by the New Zealand Muslim community with love.

Published on 23-03-2019

‘Freakshow’: 2.3m beast vs 130kg tank

Not going to happen.

Published on 23-03-2019

Artistic couple sell quirky country masterpiece

The “Bromley influence” has drawn a Melbourne buyer to a colourful Daylesford house recreated by creative couple David and Yuge Bromley.

Published on 23-03-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

The Brisbane Lions have stunned the reigning premiers, taking down West Coast in a 44-point victory at the GABBA, made worse when Eagles forward Liam Ryan was reported for striking in the closing seconds of the final term.

Published on 23-03-2019

$14 product sells out in a day

Skincare brand The Ordinary has managed to create a new normal in beauty — products that are cheap, ingredient-focused and actually work.

Published on 23-03-2019

Wind and Waves Batter Cruise Ship Off Norwegian Coast

Norwegian rescue helicopters and several vessels were evacuating a cruise ship off the coast of Hustadvika, near Farstad, Norway, on Saturday, March 23, after the vessel lost engine power amid lashing winds and heavy seas, official said. Video posted to Instagram from the shore reveals the severity of the weather. Howling winds can be heard as white-capped waves batter the MV Viking Sky, causing it to list wildly. At least 1,300 people needed to be evacuated from the rocking ship, police said. Five helicopters transported passengers ashore in batches, according to Norway’s rescue agency. Winds, recorded at speeds up to 38 knots, whipped up waves. When the ship lost its engine power, the crew emitted a mayday call, officials said. Credit: @bjoernjh53 via Storyful

Published on 23-03-2019

Viral blunder sparks Ricciardo roast

Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo may be F1 rivals, but that has not stopped them exchanging comical memes on social media in the wake of the Australian GP.

Published on 23-03-2019

Keyboard warriors should copy Egg boy

Demanding people be fired via online petitions is kind of like asking Nicole Kidman about her wigs: the request is always denied, no matter how worthy and unanimous the calls.

Published on 23-03-2019

‘Million’ march for new Brexit referendum

Hundreds of thousands of people opposed to Britain's withdrawal from the European Union have marched through central London to demand a new referendum.

Published on 23-03-2019

Algerians Protest For the Fifth Friday in a Row Against President Extending Fourth Term

Protesters in Algeria rallied on March 22 for the fifth Friday in a row against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s decision to extend his fourth term, local media reported. Despite the rain, millions protested across the nation. This footage shows protesters gathered outside, waving flags and reciting chants. On March 19, the deputy prime minister of Algeria said Bouteflika was ready for an open and transparent transition of power when the next president was elected, state media reported. Bouteflika said in March that the elections, which were due to take place in April, would be postponed. Bouteflika has been in office since 1999 and recently turned 82. Credit: leilalou390 via Storyful

Published on 22-03-2019

Florida Police Rescue Kitten From Patrol Car Engine

Police in West Palm Beach, Florida, rescued a kitten from the engine of a police patrol vehicle on Friday, March 22, after unexpectedly finding the tiny creature inside. Body-worn camera footage shared by West Palm Beach Police Department shows an officer working to free the cat and eventually pulling it to safety. Police said they brought the cat to the vet for a checkup and it appeared to be in full health. They called for name submissions for the kitten after an employee with the police agreed to the animal’s adoption. Credit: West Palm Beach PD via Storyful

Published on 22-03-2019

EU leaders convene in Brussels over Brexit response

Discussions are being held by European leader in Brussells as they decide what happens if British Prime Minister Theresa May fails to get a Brexit deal through Parliament before the new deadline of May 22nd. A new agreement is expected to be put before the House of Commons next week, however, if not approved, British lawmakers will have until April 12 to decide a new way forward. French President Emmanuel Macron is hoping a new deal can pass but maintains Europe must not remain hostage to the ongoing Brexit process.

Published on 22-03-2019

The Living End frontman lists historic home, studio

The Living End frontman Chris Cheney is set to Roll On from his St Kilda East home of almost 15 years.

Published on 22-03-2019

Goop’s ‘shocking, sexy’ $440 bra

Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle site Goop has taken its eyebrow-raising product selection to a new level … leather lingerie.

Published on 22-03-2019

Mosques involved in NZ terror attack to be returned to community as investigation concludes

The two mosques at the centre of the New Zealand terror attack could soon be returned to the local community following completed crime scene investigations. Restoration work has begun after thousands gathered at a special memorial service one week on from the mass shootings. New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern joined thousands in a two-minute vigil, a week after the attacks on two mosques in Christchurch. She joined Muslims and non-Muslims in Hagley Park, opposite al Noor mosque, to observe the call to prayer followed by the silence.

Published on 22-03-2019

Finch snaps drought in Aussie romp

Aaron Finch’s fine century drove Australia to a convincing eight-wicket win over a new-look Pakistan in the first one-day international on Saturday morning (AEDT).

Published on 22-03-2019

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg vows to increase wages

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has vowed to increase wages under new policy measures to be announced in the upcoming federal budget. Mr Frydenberg says the financial relief will come to Australian households without the need to raise taxes. The Treasurer says the budget will deliver essential services while also increasing pay packets in a bid to tackle concerns over sluggish income growth. The comments come as new figures from the Reserve Bank suggest recent wage increases have only gone to the nation's top three percent of income earners. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 22-03-2019

‘I was already shot, I didn’t care if I died’

Running for his life with a bullet in his leg Mustafa Boztas didn’t hesitate to stop when he came across a 16-year-old lying on the ground outside Al Noor mosque.

Published on 22-03-2019

Tested: The car you don’t want to crash

At last count, 36 small SUVs were competing for your love and money. If, however, you’re after a small 4WD — as in something with real rather than pretend off-road ability — your choices are few.

Published on 22-03-2019

NSW Election podcast: Predictions after train wreck week

Anna Caldwell and Rose Brennan make their predictions for tomorrow's state election and discuss the impact of a Labor, Greens, Shooters alliance.

Published on 21-03-2019

Pom blasts century off just 25 balls

Presenting Will Jacks, ladies and gentlemen, king of the understatement.

Published on 21-03-2019

Dash cam caught reckless driver

Dash cam caught a reckless driver over taking

Published on 21-03-2019

Missing student’s body found in estuary

Cops hunting missing Libby Squire have confirmed a body pulled from the Humber Estuary is the student who vanished six weeks ago.

Published on 21-03-2019

Frustrated McGregor still waiting for cap relief to replace de Belin

St George Illawarra coach Paul McGregor admits being frustrated as the club waits on salary cap dispensation for banned star Jack de Belin.

Published on 21-03-2019

Sports Now: Around the Grounds

A knee injury to Alex Rance has soured Richmond's win in the AFL season opener against Carlton, The Rabbitohs have continued their impressive start to the season, overcoming a slow start to blitz the Dragons 34-18 and Patty Mills has become just the second Australia to score 5,000 points in the NBA.

Published on 21-03-2019

Man, teen chased after burnouts

A man and teenager caught doing burnouts allegedly tried to ram police in a brazen escape attempt in Adelaide’s south.

Published on 21-03-2019

NZ mosques not ready for Friday prayers

Two mosques at the centre of the New Zealand terror attacks that resulted in the deaths of 50 people won't re-open in time for Friday prayers.

Published on 21-03-2019

Morrison and Shorten make road and rail pledge push

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have been travelling across the country, making road and rail pledges ahead of the federal election. Mr Morrison was in the Labor-held Victorian seat of Bass pledging $70 million to improve roads in the region as part of his congestion-busting promise. Mr Shorten wrapped up his four-day blitz of WA in the marginal seat of Pearce where he made commitments to a $850 million transport pledge for the Morley to Ellenbrook rail line in Perth.

Published on 21-03-2019

GoT star reveals ‘dire’ health battle

Emilia Clarke is at the top of her career and living out all her wildest childhood dreams.

Published on 21-03-2019

ISIS breaks silence over NZ massacre

Islamic State has responded to the terror attack at Christchurch with a 44-minute video inciting further violence and urging supporters to retaliate.

Published on 19-03-2019

NSW election on a knife-edge: poll

The latest YouGov Galaxy poll shows the major parties in NSW are neck-and-neck ahead of Saturday's state election, opening up the likelihood of a hung parliament. The poll, published in the Daily Telegraph, shows the major parties deadlocked at 50-50 on a two-party preferred basis. The result indicates the Berejiklian will lose six seats, forcing her to rely on independents in order to govern, while Labor will need to win 13 seats in order to regain power in its own right. The two leaders will go head-to-head tonight, with Sky News Political Editor David Speers moderating the Sky News People's Forum LIVE from Western Sydney University at 8:00pm AEDT.

Published on 19-03-2019

Toy Story 4 full-length trailer drops

Disney Pixar have today released the first full-length trailer for the fourth instalment in the Toy Story series.

Published on 19-03-2019

Social media giants to face PM, ministers

Social media giants must ensure their platforms cannot be used as weapons by terrorists in the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque massacres, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says.

Published on 19-03-2019

Frustration growing among victims’ families after NZ massacre

Frustration is growing among the families of the 50 people killed in the Christchurch terror attack as they await the return of the bodies of their loved ones. It is an Islamic custom to have the burial of an individual occur within 24 hours of their death where possible. Authorities have identified 12 of the 50 bodies with just six returned to families and friends. The city of Christchurch remains in mourning after an Australian-born gunman opened fire at two mosques.

Published on 19-03-2019

Aldi raises milk prices to aid dairy farmers

Aldi has moved to join their competitor Woolworths, increasing the price of its milk to ensure dairy farmers get more for their products. The German supermarket giant says the price of two-litre milk will go up by 20 cents, and three-litre milk by 30 cents, following discussions with stakeholders. Aldi and Coles both announced on Tuesday they would raise milk prices, with Woolworths having made the change last month.

Published on 19-03-2019

Ines posts topless photo then slams co-star

Married At First Sight’s Ines Basic unleashed a spectacular spray on a fellow female contestant on Instagram overnight.

Published on 19-03-2019

Gunman ‘cut off’ from media reports

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Published on 19-03-2019

Wests Tigers coach Michael Maguire reconnects with African charity worker

Wests Tigers coach Michael Maguire has reconnected with an African charity worker he met in Zimbabwe and invited the man known as 'Super Dube' to give a raw, confronting and inspirational talk to Tigers players about the impoverished challenges facing African nations.

Published on 19-03-2019

Podcast: BT and Robbo on Hogan, rules and flags

Drama with Jesse Hogan, the real impact of the rule changes and Scott Pendlebury’s claim that Gary Ablett’s is “the greatest player to play the game”.

Published on 19-03-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

Fremantle star Jesse Hogan has been stood down from the Dockers season opener after breaking the team’s alcohol policy and Aston Villa and Birmingham City fined $9,000 each in the wake of their acrimonious clash in the English Championship earlier this month.

Published on 18-03-2019

Heartbroken SBW’s selfless act

Sonny Bill Williams, an inspirational captain for the Blues recently in their first win of the Super Rugby season, is not available to play the Highlanders at Eden Park on Friday.

Published on 18-03-2019

‘Utterly bizarre’: Answer sparks outrage

Last night’s Q&A opened with a sombre discussion on the Christchurch shootings — but soon sparked a tense exchange between host Tony Jones and a Liberal MP guest.

Published on 18-03-2019

Cancer, Parkinson’s drugs to be subsidised

Cancer, Parkinson's and motor neurone patients could get major savings after three new drugs were listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.

Published on 18-03-2019

NRL got serious on concussion, now fans must too

The outcry was predictable and swift and, ultimately, worrying.

Published on 18-03-2019

Aston Martin slams ‘reckless’ self-driving tech

Aston Martin boss Andy Palmer says a push for semi-autonomous driving systems is “reckless”.

Published on 18-03-2019

Brisbane man shot dead by police

A man has been shot dead by police at Deception Bay, north of Brisbane. Armed with knives, the man was threatening officers at a caravan park before police were forced to open fire. Queensland Police say one of the officers suffered minor cuts during the incident. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 18-03-2019

Morrison pushes G20 for social media regulations

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is rallying G20 leaders to impose greater regulations on social media companies that are used to promote violence. Mr Morrison's demands come in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack that was live-streamed on Facebook before being shared millions of times across social media sites. The Prime Minister has written to Japan's Prime Minister and G20 chairman Shinzo Abe, asking for social media governance to be made a high priority issue at the summit in June. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 18-03-2019

Serial child killer to give evidence at conviction inquiry

Serial child killer Kathleen Folbigg is set to give evidence at an inquiry into her conviction underway in Sydney. Ms Folbigg is serving a minimum sentence of 25 years for the manslaughter of her four babies, between 1989 and 1999. Each child died suddenly, but post-mortem investigations failed to establish how. The inquiry will look at whether there has been a miscarriage of justice, with experts believing there is no forensic evidence to support the claim any of the children had been killed. Ms Folbigg has always maintained her innocence. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 18-03-2019

Teen cyclist dies after mid-race accident

A teenage cyclist has died after being hit by a van during the Alfred Gadenne Grand Prix in Belgium.

Published on 18-03-2019

Dutton urges voters to dump Fraser Anning

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has urged voters to dump independent senator Fraser Anning who has been branded a disgrace for blaming the Christchurch mosque massacre on Muslim immigration.

Published on 17-03-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

Liverpool go top of the Premier League after a narrow win over Fulham and Nathan Brown picks up an injury during Parramatta's upset win over Penrith.

Published on 17-03-2019

‘Boost dole and minimum wage’

Australia’s poorest people need the government to match any increase to the minimum wage with a boost to the dole, the social services sector says.

Published on 17-03-2019

Crash, fog causing big morning delays

DRIVERS are warned that a crash on one of Brisbane’s busiest roads and a blanket of fog are causing big delays for morning commuters across the city.

Published on 17-03-2019

Massacre victim’s defiant final photo

As he was rushed into an ambulance, Mohsin Al-Harbi raised a finger to the sky, declaring his love for Allah.

Published on 17-03-2019

Ice Chunks and a Stranded Vehicle Left by Severe Flooding in Sioux Falls

Officials in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, urged residents to remain patient on March 16 as cleanup efforts continued following severe flooding in the city, local reports said. This footage, which was filmed and posted to Twitter by Justin Frantzen on Sunday, shows large slabs of ice and debris left over from severe flooding at Legacy Park and other parks in Sioux Falls. Credit: Justin Frantzen via Storyful

Published on 17-03-2019

Calls for more action on far-right terror

Counter-terrorism expert and Labor MP Anne Aly has called for a substantial change in the way far-right extremists are targeted by authorities after the devastating Christchurch mosque massacre.

Published on 17-03-2019

Cyclone Trevor to hit Qld on Tuesday

Cyclone Trevor has formed north of Cairns with the system expected to cross the east coast of Cape York Peninsula late on Tuesday.

Published on 17-03-2019

Labour to back public vote on May’s deal

Britain's Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has signalled he would back a proposal by MPs to hold a public vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal if it is approved by parliament.

Published on 17-03-2019

$299 Aldi item sells out in just seconds

Aldi has done it again — causing chaos this morning with a $299 robot vacuum that sold out in just 10 seconds.

Published on 17-03-2019

Ferrari shock after being ‘smashed to bits’

What just happened?

Published on 16-03-2019

Power Plays – Episode 2 “Drinkers and Dalliances”

Bob Hawke Prime Minister of Australia (1983 - 1991) with Blanche D'Alpuget in 1995 in Sydney, Australia.

Published on 16-03-2019

‘Got drunk to forget’: F1 star’s battle revealed

After spending the off-season drowning his sorrows, Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas appears ready to toast success in 2019 after a stunning Australian Grand Prix qualifying display.

Published on 16-03-2019

Paris Jackson blasts ‘suicide’ claims

Paris Jackson has hit back at reports she was rushed to hospital after a suspected suicide attempt.

Published on 16-03-2019

‘Absolute garbage’ officials shredded

March Madness is a time for crazy upsets and cinderella teams to pull off extraordinary feats, but this was something else.

Published on 16-03-2019

Choosing the materials that will make your house a home

Building a home starts with researching what design you want.

Published on 16-03-2019

Nadal withdraws from Federer showdown

Rafael Nadal has been forced to withdraw from a showdown with Roger Federer at the BNP Paribas Open due to another knee injury.

Published on 16-03-2019

The perfect car for dog owners

The question

Published on 16-03-2019

This is Australia’s benchmark ute

Mitsubishi has sold boatloads of Tritons by offering a reliable, capable, comfortable ute at prices that undercut rivals by up to $15,000.

Published on 16-03-2019

‘Incredibly disappointing’: Nadal out

A dejected Rafael Nadal pulled out of his Indian Wells semi-final against old foe Roger Federer on Sunday with a right knee injury and said he’ll turn his attention to getting fit for the claycourt season.

Published on 16-03-2019

Hidden spot putting Australia to shame

There is a unique, smug sense of satisfaction that comes when someone says, “I love that handbag, artwork, vase, (insert miscellaneous item) of yours,” and you get to respond, “Oh this? I picked it up in Paris/New York/a little place off the beaten track in Tibet.”

Published on 15-03-2019

NZ terror accused to face court

Australian right wing extremist Brenton Tarrant will today face court under heavy armed security on at least 49 murder charges for the worst massacre in New Zealand history.

Published on 15-03-2019

A day of chaos, heartbreak

It took 60 minutes for a country to lose its innocence.

Published on 15-03-2019

Youth Climate Protesters Join Worldwide ‘Strike’ in Central Park March

Youth protesters in New York City marched through Central Park, staged a “die-in” at the United Nations and sang at Columbus Circle on Friday, March 15, as they demanded policies to address climate change. This footage, streamed live by Greenpeace, shows young demonstrators in Central Park and at Columbus Circle. Previously, the protesters gathered at New York’s City Hall and the United Nations headquarters as part of a worldwide day of action. The “school strike” movement for climate change action has spread since August 2018, when Greta Thunberg, a Swedish 16-year-old, skipped school and began protesting outside the Swedish parliament. On March 15, protests began in New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific, before spreading to Asia, Europe, and North America later in the day. Credit: Greenpeace via Storyful

Published on 15-03-2019

Senator’s ‘appalling’ NZ comments

Queensland Senator Fraser Anning has been widely condemned for his “disgusting” comments in the wake of the fatal Christchurch mosque massacre.

Published on 15-03-2019

Royals mourn for New Zealand

World leaders expressed condolences and condemnation following the deadly attacks on mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch, while Muslim leaders said the mass shooting was evidence of a rising tide of violent anti-Islam sentiment.

Published on 15-03-2019

Families share faces of NZ victims

Brothers Omar and Yama Nabi, whose 71-year-old father was shot dead in the Christchurch mosques massacre, have described the alleged shooter as “heartless and cowardly”.

Published on 15-03-2019

F1 legend’s bold retirement declaration

Lewis Hamilton may be showing no signs of slowing down but David Coulthard still has doubts whether the Mercedes star will continue driving when his Formula 1 contract expires next year.

Published on 15-03-2019

Waleed Aly’s heartache: ‘I’m not shocked’

An emotional Waleed Aly has spoken about the horrific terrorist attacks in Christchurch targeting mosques, which have killed at least 49 people.

Published on 15-03-2019

Shocking graph exposes Aussie ‘disgrace’

It’s not every day you meet a vegetarian cattle farmer.

Published on 15-03-2019

NSW battered by flash floods and giant hail in monstrous storm

A massive hailstorm wreaked havoc across NSW, with flash floods and golf ball-sized hailstones pummelling cars and homes.

Published on 14-03-2019

Incredible AFL Grand Final revelations

The crucial passage of play that won last year’s AFL grand final probably would not have happened without Liam Ryan’s forgetfulness.

Published on 14-03-2019

Axe seized after man dies in Sydney brawl

An axe has been seized by police after a man died following a bloody altercation with a 75-year-old in Sydney's west.

Published on 14-03-2019

Son’s ultimatum to killer husband

EXCLUSIVE

Published on 14-03-2019

UK slams brakes on Brexit

British parliament has voted to delay Brexit and wants to put the brakes on the big divorce for now.

Published on 14-03-2019

Labor’s plan to fix stagnating wages

Labor today confirms it wants to overhaul our main wages tribunal saying it cannot deliver decent rises for low income earners.

Published on 14-03-2019

Hail lashes Camden

Hail lashes Camden on Thursday afternoon, March 14, 2019

Published on 14-03-2019

Tel Aviv rocket attack sets off sirens

Two rockets have been fired from the Gaza Strip at the Tel Aviv area on Thursday, setting off sirens, and several explosions were heard, the Israeli military and witnesses said.

Published on 14-03-2019

‘Confession selfish’: Family of Vic mum

The aunt of slain Melbourne mother Karen Ristevski says her husband's eleventh-hour confession to manslaughter was done for selfish reasons.

Published on 14-03-2019

NYPD fills in details of alleged mobster’s death

NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea on Thursday detailed the moments before Francesco "Franky Boy" Cali, the reported crime boss of the New York Mafia's Gambino family, was gunned down in front of his Staten Island home late Wednesday.

Published on 14-03-2019

Eight dead as rescuers race to save kids

Eight people have died and at least 10 children are among scores of people missing on Wednesday after a four-storey building collapsed in Lagos, Nigeria.

Published on 13-03-2019

Two shot during Sydney home invasion

Police have blocked off a street in Sydney’s west after two people were shot and allegedly attacked with an axe in a home invasion.

Published on 13-03-2019

Teen boy ‘crashes stolen scooter at drive-thru’

A 15-year-old boy has been charged after crashing a motor scooter at a drive-thru fast food joint at West Lakes.

Published on 13-03-2019

$14 tights people are ‘obsessed’ with

A pair of super soft, peachskin leggings have taken over the internet, with Aussies scrambling to order a pair of the stretchy tights.

Published on 13-03-2019

No-deal Brexit off the table

Brexit looks almost certain to be delayed after the United Kingdom voted to never leave the European Union without a managed deal.

Published on 13-03-2019

UK MPs take no-deal Brexit off the table

British MPs have rejected leaving the European Union without a deal in any scenario, paving the way for a vote to delay Brexit to seek a way out of the country's worst political crisis in generations.

Published on 13-03-2019

Yankton Creek Overflows as Rain, Flooding Reported in South Dakota and Nebraska

Heavy rain over Nebraska, South Dakota and Iowa, coupled with snow melt, caused instances of flooding on March 13 , according to reports. Video from Yankton, South Dakota, near the Missouri River, shows a snowy creek overflowing onto the sidewalk next to it. Local journalists said residents were reporting water in basements. Some businesses, such as First Dakota Bank, announced that they were closing due to the flooding. Credit: @SoDak_Land_Sky via Storyful

Published on 13-03-2019

NSW Election podcast: Michael Daley endorses wagging kids

Gladys Berejiklian tours the NSW north coast as Michael Daley delivered an open endorsement for children to wag school for a climate strike.

Published on 13-03-2019

Wind and Snow Whip Through Denver Area

Residents in Littleton, Colorado, hunkered down inside their homes as a so-called “bomb cyclone” brought heavy snow and strong winds to the state. The National Weather Service reported that Denver International Airport saw wind gusts of up to 75 mph and heavy snow, comparing the conditions to that of a Category 1 hurricane. Major highways and roads across the region were closed due to the weather conditions, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. Credit: Maggie Duffey Corkery ‏ via Storyful

Published on 13-03-2019

Winds Blast Cheyenne as Blizzard Arrives in Wyoming

Winds blasted Cheyenne, Wyoming, as a blizzard descended on the state on Wednesday, March 13. Video posted by the National Weather Service shows winds whipping snow around outside the agency’s Wyoming office. Wyoming’s Department of Transportation warned of low visibility due to blowing snow. Winds are expected to gust in excess of 65 miles per hour, according to forecasters. Credit: NWS Cheyenne via Storyful

Published on 13-03-2019

Govt hasn’t done much for energy policy except ‘disagree with themselves’

Sky News host Laura Jayes sheds light on the long-standing divide within Coalition on coal, saying the government has had six years and 'rolled two prime ministers' trying to 'sort out energy policy'. Ms Jayes has challenged Coalition MPs trying to be elected on the governments 'record' of energy policy, saying they haven't done much over six years except 'disagree with themselves'. The comments come after former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce stoked tensions around the Party's leadership and made calls for a taxpayer subsidised coal fired power station in central Queensland. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 12-03-2019

George Pell to be sentenced for child sexual abuse

Cardinal George Pell will face sentencing on Wednesday inside Melbourne's County Court after being found guilty of child sexual abuse. The sentencing for the 77-year-old will be handed down by Chief Judge Peter Kidd and broadcast across the world. The Cardinal is facing a maximum sentence of 50 years in jail, though due to age, health and prospects of rehabilitation, the end sentence will likely be lower. Pell was found guilty on five counts of historical child sexual assault in December last year. He has strenuously denied all allegations and has lodged an appeal against his conviction. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 12-03-2019

British MPs overwhelmingly reject amended Brexit deal 391-242

British MPs have overwhelmingly rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's amended Brexit deal in a second crucial vote in the House of Commons. The withdrawal deal was turned down, with the 'no' vote winning by an astounding 391-242. It comes as the second defeat suffered by the Prime Minister after her initial deal was voted down by the House in November last year. Ms May has confirmed a motion will be tabled for debate on Thursday to test whether the House supports leaving the EU without a deal on March 29.

Published on 12-03-2019

Looters Raid Supermarkets in Maracaibo as Power Outage Continues

After nearly 100 hours without power, people in Maracaibo, Venezuela, looted food, water, and other items from several grocery stores and supermarkets on March 11, according to reports. These videos show people running out of two supermarkets in Maracaibo, Centro 99 and Hipermercado Nasa, carrying goods. Several malls in the city were looted on March 11, reports said. Venezuelan news media and video shared on social media showed damage to shopfronts and broken glass at Maracaibo Sambil Mall and CIMA Maracaibo Mall. Credit: Rogelio Suarez/@radiofeyalegria via Storyful

Published on 12-03-2019

U.K.’s Theresa May Suffers Second Brexit Deal Defeat

British lawmakers for the second time rejected the agreement that Theresa May had negotiated on the terms under which the U.K. would leave the European Union. WSJ’s Max Colchester explains what happens next for Brexit. Photo: U.K. Parliament

Published on 12-03-2019

Becks’ statue shocker: ‘Look at my chin!’

WHY the long face, Becks?

Published on 12-03-2019

Man charged over Sunbury cannabis bust

A man has been charged with drug trafficking after a raid on an alleged cannabis hothouse northwest of Melbourne.

Published on 12-03-2019

Identity theft arrests

A man has been charged over his alleged role in organised identity theft and fraud syndicate operating out of Western Sydney.

Published on 12-03-2019

Trolls target Luke Perry’s daughter

Luke Perry’s teenage daughter refuses to stand for anyone criticising how she handles her father’s death.

Published on 12-03-2019

Football icon’s amazing body transformation

Egyptian football legend Mido has shed an incredible 50kg after being ridiculed over his weight.

Published on 12-03-2019

Boeing’s shares ‘savaged’ in wake of Ethiopia disaster

The Australian's US correspondent Cameron Stewart highlights Boeing's recent stock market turbulence as one of 'Wall Street's darling companies' take a hit following the fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday. Opening at about 10 per cent lower, Mr Stewart says Boeing's shares were 'savaged' in the biggest fall the aircraft company has seen in 'almost seven years'. Boeing has said it sees no reason at this point to ground it's 737 MAX 8 fleet as several countries begin halting flights on the aircraft model.

Published on 11-03-2019

Coast Guard Rescues Two People From Sinking Fishing Vessel Off New York

The US Coast Guard said it rescued two people from a sinking fishing vessel near Fishers Island, New York, on March 10. The Coast Guard said the 55-foot fishing vessel capsized less than a minute after members from Coast Guard Station New London evacuated the crew members. Credit: US Coast Guard via Storyful

Published on 11-03-2019

Sydney’s newest airline ‘CEO’ pens letter to Qantas boss

A Sydney schoolboy has written to the boss of Qantas to ask for advice on how to start an airline in an adorable letter.

Published on 11-03-2019

Crews battle blaze in state’s North

A BUSHFIRE advice message is in place for several Tasmanian towns near a blaze burning in the state’s North.

Published on 11-03-2019

Boris Ristevski to face preliminary trial for wife’s murder

A preliminary hearing in the trial of Boris Ristevski, accused of murdering his wife Karen, will get underway in Melbourne's Supreme Court on Tuesday. Police allege the 54-year-old killed Ms Ristevski at their Avondale Heights home in Melbourne's west in June 2016. He then allegedly dumped her body in bushland near Mount Macedon, north-west of Melbourne. Mr Ristevski has maintained his innocence and has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Published on 11-03-2019

Secret to mum’s washboard abs

Nothing in life comes easy, just ask Sunshine Coast mum Stephanie Marriott.

Published on 11-03-2019

Orphaned Bear Shows Off Climbing Skills, Three Months After Rescue

A rescued sun bear was reported to have made great strides since her rescue in December 2018, showing off her climbing skills in a video shared on Facebook by Free the Bears Fund. The footage shows Mary Christmas climbing a tree in her cub nursery at the Luang Prabang Wildlife Sanctuary in Laos. Mary Christmas was the fund’s first rescue sun bear and was found when she was six months old and severely malnourished. The organization said she has made great progress since her rescue. Credit: Free the Bears Fund via Storyful

Published on 11-03-2019

Commentator’s ‘Dixie Normous’ gaffe

Dave Woods realised he’d been had a second too late.

Published on 11-03-2019

‘F***ing tired’: Livid coach turns on star

Draymond Green is the heart of the Warriors dynasty, but he seems like a lot to deal with on a daily basis.

Published on 11-03-2019

Rarely Seen ‘Type D’ Killer Whales Filmed Off Chilean Coast

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said a team of scientists sailing off the coast of Cape Horn, Chile, in January, managed to film a rarely seen type of killer whale. This footage, released by the NOAA Fisheries team, offers a glimpse of the Type D killer whales. According to a NOAA Fisheries press release, the killer whales were previously spotted off the coast of Paraparaumui, New Zealand, in 1955, and their unusual appearance was speculated to be a genetic mutation. A photograph of similar-looking creatures taken in the Indian Ocean in 2005 made NOAA Fisheries researcher Bob Pitman realize that the whales might be an entirely new species – potentially “the largest undescribed animal left on the planet,” the statement said. Once Pitman heard that the whales had been spotted once again off the coast of Cape Horn, he assembled a team and finally caught the animals on camera. DNA samples from Type D killer whales were being studied to determine how far removed the mammals are from their more typically-seen counterparts. Credit: NOAA Fisheries via Storyful

Published on 11-03-2019

‘Buckle’ bikini takes micro trend too far

It seems not a week goes by without a new, stomach-churning tiny bikini design.

Published on 10-03-2019

No survivors: Horror as plane crashes

WARNING: Confronting images

Published on 10-03-2019

’What are you doing, seriously?’: Crazy LeBron idea shut down

If they can’t build a title contender around him, could the Lakers try to build a title contender without him?

Published on 10-03-2019

Pilot asked to turn doomed flight back

Grave concerns have been raised over the safety of the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 after haunting new details of yesterday’s tragic Ethiopian Airlines crash emerge.

Published on 10-03-2019

The Knicks’ petty new Durant, Kyrie problem

A Garden spokesman would not elaborate on whether Saturday’s latest heckler of owner James Dolan would be banned from the Garden — a la Charles Oakley and Mike Hamersky.

Published on 10-03-2019

120kg monster is the new Jonah Lomu

World Cup winning coach Sir Clive Woodward has given new England winger Joe Cokanasiga the highest of praise comparing him to All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu.

Published on 10-03-2019

Search continues for missing hikers

Two missing experienced hikers have spent a third night in Victoria’s alpine region with authorities to resume the search at daybreak.

Published on 10-03-2019

Burst water main on Swanston and Lonsdale

A water main has burst in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, spraying water across a busy intersection.

Published on 10-03-2019

Southeast Qld heatwave set to break Autumn records

Autumn temperature records are set to be broken in Queensland's southeast as extreme temperatures begin to bear down on parts of the state. Temperatures of 40C have already been recorded at Ballera, Birdsville and Windorah. The harsh conditions have got firefighters on high alert, with severe fire danger forecast for areas of Maranoa, Warrego, Darling Downs and Granite Belt. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 10-03-2019

Ethiopian Airlines plane crashes, killing all on board

An Ethiopian Airlines passenger plane has crashed only minutes after takeoff, killing all 157 passengers and crew on board. The flight was travelling from the Addis Ababa to Kenya and crashed near the town of Bishoftu six minutes after taking flight. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has told Sky News they have no information to suggest that any Australians were on board the Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302. The Australian embassy in Addis Ababa continues to make urgent inquiries of local authorities in Ethiopia.

Published on 10-03-2019

Triple M star’s R-rated on-air blunder

Wendell Sailor will be the first to admit he’s made a mistake or two in his life but fortunately for him he escaped from his biggest on-air blunder with his reputation and career in tact.

Published on 09-03-2019

Tested: Isuzu’s tough off-roaders

Sparkling white sand, rippled dunes to the horizon and a deep blue sky framing the scenery, it’s hard to believe this isn’t the Sahara.

Published on 09-03-2019

When you really need room for everyone

Leisure spaces have come a long way in home design, and having multiple areas to relax in is now high on the list of must-haves.

Published on 09-03-2019

A-League coach brutally axed at 1am

Coach Mike Mulvey has been brutally sacked by Central Coast Mariners at 1am following their chastising 8-2 A-League defeat to Wellington Phoenix.

Published on 09-03-2019

‘Uneducated’ Gus stuck in fantasy land

Three years ago I would watch just one game of rugby league a week and care nothing for any club outside my Dragons.

Published on 09-03-2019

Grand design on water’s edge

A Goolwa North home offers an idyllic waterfront lifestyle and a striking design not often seen in South Australia.

Published on 09-03-2019

Tested: Bonkers $460k convertible

The new Bentley Continental GT Convertible is long overdue.

Published on 09-03-2019

An absolute winner

Retired Olympic snowboarder Johanna Lyle and husband Josh love renovating.

Published on 09-03-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

The Central Coast Mariners have parted ways with head coach Mike Mulvey following a humiliating defeat at home by Wellington Phoenix, and Trent Cotchin has saved the day for Richmond, scoring two goals to secure a last-minute victory over Hawthorn.

Published on 09-03-2019

Fast News: Today’s top stories

Liberal Party members are preparing to vote on who will be preselected to replace Julie Bishop in her Western Australia seat of Curtin, while satellite images suggest North Korea could be preparing to fire a missile after a failed summit with the US. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 09-03-2019

News Corp CEO’s digital prediction

News Corp’s global CEO predicts the world is on the cusp of a digital “reckoning” as politicians and regulators finally deal with the “potency of dominant algorithms and the anti-social potential of social media”.

Published on 08-03-2019

IS teen bride’s son dead: report

IS bride Shamima Begum’s baby has reportedly died after being rushed to hospital with a lung infection.

Published on 08-03-2019

Sports Now: Around the Grounds

The Rebels have pulled off a mammoth second-half comeback to claim a 29-26 win over the Brumbies and the Western Sydney Wanderers' dramatic form turnaround over the past month has continued with a convincing 4-1 win over the Brisbane Roar.

Published on 08-03-2019

Fox wins ‘biggest sporting event of 2019’

Fox Sports has secured the broadcast and streaming rights to the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan — the biggest sporting event of the year.

Published on 08-03-2019

Fast News: Today’s Top Stories

Australians could see some financial relief as the government considers further income tax cuts at next month's federal budget, enrolments in Australian Catholic schools have dropped for the second consecutive year while the number of students at independent schools increases and a man has been charged with the murder of missing Sydney woman Samah Baker.

Published on 08-03-2019

Man charged with murder of Samah

A man has been charged with murder by police investigating the suspicious disappearance of a young woman in western Sydney.

Published on 08-03-2019

Tas public sector workers threaten strikes in pay stoush

Tasmanian public sector workers have threatened full-day strikes after rejecting the state government's latest pay and conditions offer. The Liberal government recently budged from their two-per-cent wage cap, a position they held for months that put them at loggerheads with unions. The new offer included a two per cent increase in the first year, followed by 2.25 per cent and 2.5 per cent in the two years following. But unions have rejected the proposal, saying it doesn't keep pace with the cost of living and includes a loss of conditions. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 08-03-2019

Child star in Jacko doco won’t watch it

Peter Andre has revealed that he’s still devastated he didn’t get to meet his idol Michael Jackson after losing a dance competition to Leaving Neverland sex abuse accuser Wade Robson.

Published on 08-03-2019

Catholic school enrolments drops for a second year

Enrolments in Australian Catholic schools have dropped for the second year in a row as the number of students at independent schools increases. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Catholic school enrolments dropped by 1000 students last year. The data comes as the NSW government this week announced it would spend $500 million on the construction of new classrooms for Catholic and non-government schools.

Published on 08-03-2019

Man arrested in Sydney shopping centre in relation to missing Samah Baker

Police have arrested a 32-year-old man in a Westfield shopping centre in Sydney's south over the alleged murder of missing Sydney woman Samah Baker. He has been refused bail to face a Parramatta Court this morning. The 30-year-old was last seen about two months ago when a friend dropped her off at her Parramatta home in the early hours of the morning. Police have made extensive searches in bushland around Goulburn but Ms Baker's body has not been found.

Published on 08-03-2019

Google celebrates International Women’s Day

Google is never one to skimp on creativity. Every now and then, the search engine sheds its red, yellow, blue and green logo for dates deserving of acknowledgment.

Published on 07-03-2019

Man jailed for life over ‘deadly sandwiches’

A man in Germany has been sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty of poisoning his co-workers’ sandwiches over several years by mixing heavy metals into their lunches.

Published on 07-03-2019

Business Brief: RBA ‘will cut rates quickly’ if downward trend continues

Your Money host Peter Switzer says the Reserve Bank will cut rates twice if the March GDP is ‘weak.’ This week the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed the economy grew by 0.2 per cent over the December quarter in 2018. Weak consumer spending, weak construction activity and zero contribution around trade have fed into the GDP read. Mr Switzer says the RBA is monitoring the situation closely, and will not hesitate to ‘quickly’ reduce the cash rate in March in order to boost confidence within the economy.

Published on 07-03-2019

‘Stupid’ Arsenal star’s $187m blunder

Rocky Arsenal are facing another Europa League salvage job after shooting themselves in the foot in Rennes.

Published on 07-03-2019

Cat Heads Face-First Into Viral Cheese Challenge

A cat’s face off with a piece of cheese had Twitter users rolling over in the latest viral footage in the Cheese Challenge craze. Cathryn Dirr tweeted video of her cat becoming the latest test subject of the internet craze. “I don’t have a baby so I just,” she tweeted. The clip shows a slice of cheese being thrown onto a a cat, covering its entire face. The cat then falls backward, knocking the slice of its face. Credit: Cathryn Dirr via Storyful

Published on 07-03-2019

Building watchdog threatens $5,000 fines for unlawful union protests

Construction workers who unlawfully join national union protests next month are being warned they could be fined thousands of dollars. The Coalition's building watchdog is threatening to pursue $5,000 penalties after the Council of Trade Unions urged 250,000 workers to walk off the job. The federal court has already imposed fines on individual workers who attended a Perth rally and took unlawful industrial action for one day. The Australian Building and Construction Commission says they're prepared to take similar action next month.

Published on 07-03-2019

‘Brace yourself’: Per-capita recession hits

The news is in: Australia is entering dangerous territory with a per-capita recession, where the rate of economic growth fails to keep up with population growth.

Published on 07-03-2019

Cyclist critical after street sweeper crash

A Melbourne cyclist is fighting for his life in hospital after he collided with a street sweeper and became trapped beneath it.

Published on 07-03-2019

UK-Bound Trucks Line Roads in Calais as Customs Protest Causes Standstill

Lorries and trucks bound for the United Kingdom congested roadways in Calais, France, on March 6, during the second day of the “work-to-rule” demonstration staged by French customs officials over Brexit concerns. Customs authorities said that they will require more resources to cope with the changes Brexit will bring, according to news reports. Eurostar passengers experienced long lines, wait times, and train delays at Paris’ Gare du Nord station on March 7, the third day of nationwide protests by customs and border protection officials in France. Credit: Bobby Lloyd via Storyful

Published on 07-03-2019

Long Lines at Paris Train Station as Customs Staff Stage Brexit Demonstration

Eurostar passengers at Paris’ Gare du Nord train station experienced long lines and delays on Wednesday, March 7, as customs staff staged a “work-to-rule” demonstration, intended to show what processes will be like in the event of no-deal Brexit. In this video, a woman’s voice is heard a loudspeaker saying, “French customs are staging a work-to-rule demonstration over Brexit concerns. Our staff are doing their best to ensure you can get on the train as soon as possible. Nevertheless, all our trains will be delayed by approximately two hours.” Customs authorities have said that they will require more resources to cope with the changes Brexit will bring, according to news reports. Wednesday marked the third day of nation-wide protests by customs and border protection officials in France. Credit: Niamh Corcoran via Storyful

Published on 07-03-2019

NRL players need to ‘pull their socks up’

Sky News host Laura Jayes says NRL players need to take violence against women seriously. The NRL recently introduced a ‘no-fault-rule’, which stipulates that players facing charges that carry a jail term of 11 years or more will be stood down until the court proceedings are completed. The policy is being tested in the federal court, with St George forward Jack de Belin challenging his own ban after being charged with aggravated sexual assault. Ms Jayes says she ‘doesn’t see how’ anyone can be against the rule, and says the players need to ‘pull their socks up’ and treat women with respect.

Published on 06-03-2019

Crisis could bring down Trudeau

Canadian leader Justin Trudeau’s ex-right hand man defended him in parliament on Wednesday over accusations of meddling in the prosecution of a corporate giant that have plunged the prime minister into his worst crisis in office.

Published on 06-03-2019

Family of Preethi Reddy speak out about tragic death

The family of murdered Sydney dentist, Preethi Reddy, has spoken out about her tragic death. In a statement, her younger sister described the 32-year-old as a 'bright light' who was living her 'best life' before the attack. Her body was found in a suitcase, inside an abandoned car at Kingsford two days after her family reported her missing. Police are investigating whether her ex-boyfriend is responsible. He died when he deliberately drove his car into a moving truck after being questioned by detectives.

Published on 06-03-2019

Revealed: World Rugby’s plans for controversial new championship

World rugby chiefs have published detailed plans for their controversial new annual Nations Championship that would see northern and southern hemisphere teams compete in a global tournament including promotion and relegation.

Published on 06-03-2019

Family flee Campbellfield milk bar blaze

A family has been forced to flee a fire which ripped through a milk bar in Melbourne’s north this morning.

Published on 06-03-2019

It’s done! Bogut agrees NBA return with Warriors

The Sydney Kings have confirmed star centre Andrew Bogut will return to the NBA to play for the reigning champion Golden State Warriors.

Published on 06-03-2019

Demi Lovato BREAKS UP With Boyfriend Henry Levy & Checks BACK IN To Facility!

Demi Lovato and her post rehab boyfriend Henry Levy have officially SPLIT as we’ve learned she also checked herself BACK into a facility but NOT for what you think. PLUS…Kate Beckinsale’s ex has one piece of advice for Pete Davidson now that the two have amped up their romance…RUN. We’re talking all about breakups and maybe future breakups right now so stay right here.

Published on 06-03-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

Aussie star Andrew Bogut signs with NBA champions Golden State Warriors, the NRL’s new ‘no fault’ policy to be tested in court, while the Matildas cruise to an easy victory over Argentina.

Published on 06-03-2019

X-rated team furious after axing

A cycling club for porn stars has been tossed out by the sport’s governing body.

Published on 06-03-2019

‘No more blunders’: Wighton vows to clean up his act

After an off-field incident led to him being banned for 10 games last NRL season, Canberra’s Jack Wighton says there will be no more “blunders”.

Published on 06-03-2019

Star’s viral photo sets Twitter on fire

Orlando Pride star and USA international Sydney Leroux has been described as “an inspiration” — after returning to training six months pregnant.

Published on 05-03-2019

Mazda reveals surprising new model

Mazda has recognised that the compact Mazda CX-3 is too small for some customers and the ever-growing CX-5 could be a touch too big, splitting the difference with a crossover based on its best-selling hatch.

Published on 05-03-2019

Khloe Kardashian’s Ex James Harden TEASES NEW Meek Mill Nicki Minaj Diss Track!

Khloe Kardashian’s ex James Harden listening to a NOT YET released song from Meek Mill where just about EVERYONE thinks he’s coming for his ex Nicki Minaj and her new man. PLUS…if you were hoping that YouTuber Tana Mongeau was going to make a video explaining her breakup with Bella Thorne…think again because it’s NOT happening. FINALLY…can we please talk about Miranda Sings hilarious rendition of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's hit song Shallow? OKAY GOOD. We’re talking about all the social media DRAMA and YouTube news you need to know right now so stay tuned.

Published on 05-03-2019

Body of missing NSW woman found in suitcase in car

The body of a 32-year old woman has been found in a suitcase in Sydney's south-east. Police say the suitcase was found in a vehicle in Kingsford on Tuesday night. Investigators are urging anyone with information relating to the incident to come forward.

Published on 05-03-2019

Sports Now: Around the grounds

A century from Virat Kohli has helped guide India to victory over Australia in the second ODI in Nagpur while Melbourne Victory has slumped to defeat in its Asian Champions League clash against Daegu at AAMI Park.

Published on 05-03-2019

‘Alarming’ number of migrants crossing border: Official

U.S. Customs & Border Patrol Commissioner Kevin McAleenan said on Tuesday the department is facing an 'alarming trend in the rising volume of people illegally crossing' the border.

Published on 05-03-2019

Scotland, Wales jointly oppose Brexit

Scotland's parliament and the Welsh national assembly have voted to oppose the Brexit deal agreed by the UK government, the first time they have done so simultaneously in a sign of the United Kingdom's internal fracture over Brexit.

Published on 05-03-2019

French Islamist stabs two prison guards

Elite French police using stun grenades have captured a prison inmate who stabbed two guards before barricading himself in a room used for family visits, in an attack the government called a terrorist incident.

Published on 05-03-2019

A hair-raising tale of survival in Alabama

Sixty-seven-year-old David Irwin Chadwick was in his trailer's bedroom in southeastern Alabama when Sunday's furious string of deadly tornadoes struck, but he says because of God, he was able to survive.

Published on 05-03-2019

Donald Trump in sudden surge

US President Donald Trump’s handling of the economy has reached a new high, according to the latest Gallup poll.

Published on 05-03-2019

Jeffree Star Receives Major BACKLASH After Savagely Responding To A Thirsty Fan!

Jeffree Star SAVAGELY responded to a fan and people are not as here for it as you might expect. PLUS…James Charles revealed he is NOT here for ANYONE trying to cause him problems. FINALLY…surprise surprise…Zoella is receiving TONS of criticism for her latest collab with Colourpop. Cosmetics…specifically when it comes to her eye shadow palette…and she’s clapping back. We’re talking all about some of your favorite YouTubers right now so make sure you stay right here to catch up.

Published on 04-03-2019

The Prodigy singer Keith Flint dies aged 49

Keith Flint, the singer and iconic frontman of British rave scene icons The Prodigy, has died at the age of 49.

Published on 04-03-2019

Two men shot to death in Melbourne

Two men have been found dead about 500m away from each other in a Melbourne suburb.

Published on 04-03-2019

‘He shouldn’t be gone’: Luke Perry dead

Former Hollywood heart-throb Luke Perry has died after suffering a massive stroke, his publicist has confirmed. He was 52.

Published on 04-03-2019

Cadillac spotted testing in Australia

The Cadillac CT6 has been sighted testing in Geelong.

Published on 04-03-2019

Luke Perry dead: Beverly Hills 90210 actor dies aged 52 after massive stroke

Beverley Hills 90210 and Riverdale star Luke Perry has died after suffering a massive stroke last week.

Published on 04-03-2019

Man filmed ‘biting chunks’ out of possum

A man has been filmed biting chunks of fur and flesh out of a possum's rump in one of several disturbing animal attacks that have surfaced in Queensland.

Published on 04-03-2019

Snoop erupts in LeBron-inspired meltdown

Poor Snoop Dogg.

Published on 04-03-2019

James Bulger killer’s legal win

The father of murdered toddler James Bulger — who’s trying to expose one of his son’s killers identity to the world — has been dealt a major legal blow.

Published on 04-03-2019

Hollywood reacts to death of Luke Perry

Reaction to the death of Luke Perry , whose credits included Beverly Hills, 90210, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Riverdale.

Published on 04-03-2019

Bogut scouted for bombshell NBA return

Sydney Kings star Andrew Bogut has been linked with a stunning return to the NBA with a report claiming Ben Simmons’ Philadelphia 76ers have registered their interest in the NBL MVP.

Published on 03-03-2019

PM’s border protection policy rallies support for Liberals ahead of NSW state election: Poll

Recent polling has indicated the Prime Ministers stance on border protection could be an advantage to Gladys Berejiklian in the upcoming New South Wales election on March 23. A YouGov Galaxy poll has shown Labor has not gained the ground needed for the seat of East Hills, leaving parties tied at 50-50. Prime Minister Scott Morrison appears to have rallied voters from the marginal south-western Sydney seat who have expressed strong concerns about migration and population. The Prime Minister has had less pull in the seat of Ryde, who are feeling discouraged from over-development. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 03-03-2019

UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn hit by egg

A man has been arrested after British opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was hit by an egg while on a visit in his north London constituency, according to UK media reports.

Published on 03-03-2019

Police seek witness to fatal Qld crash

Police want to speak to a woman who witnessed a fatal car crash in southeast Queensland last week.

Published on 03-03-2019

Man seriously injured in Vic hit-and-run

A man is in hospital with serious injuries after being run over in a hit-and-run in Melbourne's west.

Published on 03-03-2019

Man in court over Brisbane mum’s murder

A man will appear in court accused of shooting a Brisbane mother-of-two in the head at her semi-rural property last month.

Published on 03-03-2019

IS mounting stiff defence of last enclave

Islamic State (IS) fighters unleashed car bombs against the Syrian Democratic Forces assaulting the last small piece of territory they hold around Baghouz, in a last-ditch effort to stave off defeat.

Published on 03-03-2019

Liberal MP regrets backing Bishop in spill

One of the 11 Liberal MPs who voted for Julie Bishop in last year's leadership spill regrets casting his first vote for the former party deputy, saying Scott Morrison should have been his number one pick.

Published on 03-03-2019

Bouteflika offers Algeria resignation vow

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, facing mass protests over his 20-year rule, will run in April's elections with an offer to step down after a year if re-elected, his campaign manager says.

Published on 03-03-2019

Ferrari’s devastatingly fast supercar

Ferrari tapped into its rich history when designing the new F8 Tributo supercar.

Published on 03-03-2019

Man in custody after fatal hit and run crash in Sydney’s north-west

Police are questioning a man following a hit and run consisting of six cars in Sydney’s north-west on Saturday night. A driver crashed into six cars, killing a 12-year-old boy and injuring his five-year-old sister at Baulkham Hills before fleeing the scene. The young boy's entire family was injured during the crash with paramedics attempting to revive him at the scene but were unsuccessful. Authorities have taken a 34-year-old man into custody after authorities launched a police helicopter and dog squad search.

Published on 02-03-2019

Undisputed GOAT: Federer’s incredible milestone

Roger Federer described winning his 100th career title as a “special, magical” achievement but the 37-year-old insists he won’t obsess over passing Jimmy Connors’ all-time men’s record of 109.

Published on 02-03-2019

Trump: President predicts 2020 win

Donald Trump predicted a big win at the 2020 election and slammed Robert Mueller's probe during his speech at CPAC.

Published on 02-03-2019

Man flees after horror crash kills boy

A man has been arrested after fleeing a horrific crash in northwest Sydney which killed a boy and left a woman and young girl fighting for life.

Published on 02-03-2019

Man in custody after six car hit and run in Sydney’s north-west

Police are questioning a man following a hit and run consisting of six cars in Sydney’s north-west. A driver crashed into six cars, killing a 12-year-old boy and injuring his five-year-old sister at Baulkham Hills before fleeing the scene. The young boy's entire family was injured during the crash with paramedics attempting to revive him at the scene but were unsuccessful. Authorities have taken a 34-year-old Narraweena man into custody as the investigation continues.

Published on 02-03-2019

Motorcyclist killed in Southern Expressway crash

A 30-year-old man from Grange has died after his motorcycle clipped a car on the Southern Expressway overnight.

Published on 02-03-2019

New twist in Kylie’s relationship drama

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are still together amid cheating allegations and major friendship drama.

Published on 02-03-2019

Gayle goes berserk in historic carnage

Oshane Thomas and Chris Gayle starred as the West Indies thrashed England by seven wickets in the fifth and final one-day international in St Lucia to square the series 2-2.

Published on 02-03-2019

Sunday Showbiz: Hugh Jackman announces world tour

Australia’s Hugh Jackman announces a world tour featuring hits from ‘The Greatest Showman’, Lady Gaga denies rumours of a relationship with Bradley Cooper following an intimate Oscars performance and Selma Blair opens up about her struggle with multiple sclerosis.

Published on 02-03-2019

Trump talks up 2020 election chances

US President Donald Trump has told an appreciative audience of conservatives he will win re-election in 2020 and by a bigger margin than his 2016 victory.

Published on 02-03-2019

Four women vying for Julie Bishop’s seat of Curtin

Four women have put their hands up to contest Julie Bishop's prized Western Australian seat after the former deputy prime minister announced her resignation last month. Foreign affairs specialist Erin Watson-Lynn is tipped to be a strong contender, while former vice-chancellor at the University of Notre-Dame, Celia Hammond, has also stepped up to vie for Curtin. Ms Bishop indicated she would like to see a woman pre-selected to replace her as she announced her plans to not recontest her seat at the upcoming federal election.

Published on 01-03-2019

Breakthrough in $12m investment fraud case

A Brisbane man and woman have been arrested after an investigation into a global investment fraud of almost $12 million.

Published on 01-03-2019

Military Mom Surprises Daughters at School After Serving Overseas

Two girls in Tunica, Mississippi, got quite the surprise on February 27 when their mom walked into their classroom after a one-year overseas deployment. The Tunica Times broadcast the moment live on their Facebook page. Students at Tunica Elementary School thought the newspaper was there to take photos of a science project. The footage shows Sergeant Rickettra Davis entering the room and her daughters running to her in an emotional reunion. Davis had served for over a year in Kuwait and Syria. Credit: The Tunica Times via Storyful

Published on 01-03-2019

Michelle Guthrie reaches settlement with ABC in unfair dismissal case

Former ABC Managing Director Michelle Guthrie has accepted a confidential settlement offer, marking the end of a turbulent chapter for the public broadcaster. Ms Guthrie launched legal action following her high-profile sacking last year, just halfway through her five-year contract. The ABC maintains they made the decision after the board lost confidence. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 01-03-2019

The car tech you don’t need

Innovation can equal aggravation. Just because a car maker has added some hi-tech feature to the latest model doesn’t guarantee it’s a good idea. Even very senior auto industry executives know it …

Published on 01-03-2019

A house with energy efficiency at its core

Tad Hendry has long had an interest in energy-efficient homes, but it was a trip to Ladakh, in northern India, that really opened the builder and designer’s eyes.

Published on 01-03-2019

Ex-bikie identified in Athens car bombing

Former Victorian president of the Comancheros bikie gang Amad “Jay’’ Malkoun has been named as the Australian man injured in a targeted car bombing in Greece overnight.

Published on 01-03-2019

‘Stop filming’: Awkward UFC ambush

Colby Covington wanted answers.

Published on 01-03-2019

Sports Now: Around the Grounds

As the NRL hand down some of its toughest penalties for off-field indiscretions, the Panthers have confirmed they are working with the NRL Integrity Unit to investigate a sex tape allegedly involving a Penrith player.

Published on 01-03-2019

Jordyn Woods admits she was kissed by Tristian Thompson

Jordyn Woods sat down for an emotional Red Table Talk with Jada Pinkett Smith.

Published on 01-03-2019

Resident Surveys Flooded Streets in Guerneville, California

Residents of Guerneville, California, were forced to evacuate after heavy rain triggered flooding from the Russian River on February 27, according to local media. Footage taken from a Guerneville rooftop shows the flooding in a residential area after the river overflowed, submerging homes. Around 4,000 residents in Guerneville and neighboring communities were asked to evacuate on Tuesday, according to reports. The river reached a level of 45 feet Wednesday by evening, causing at least 2,000 homes and businesses to flood, according to weather reports. Forecasters indicated the water began to recede on Thursday. Credit: @winecountryengineer via Storyful

Published on 28-02-2019

Gigi goes braless on Paris runway

It was a case of ‘free the nipple’ for supermodel Gigi Hadid, who has turned heads in Paris without a bra.

Published on 28-02-2019

Don’t believe "the spin": Netanyahu

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday dismissed as a politically motivated spin by "pundits", an announcement of possible criminal charges against him by Israel's attorney-general, and vowed to clear his name.

Published on 28-02-2019

Bribery and fraud charges loom for Netanyahu

Israel's justice ministry intends to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in three corruption cases. The reported charges including bribery and fraud deepen uncertainty over the prime minister's reelection prospects. Jeffrey Heller and Matthew Larotonda report.

Published on 28-02-2019

George Pell: Video footage released of the Cardinal’s 2016 police interview

Video has been released of a police interview with George Pell in 2016 about child sex abuse allegations.

Published on 28-02-2019

Fast News: Today’s top stories

The second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have ended with no agreement while Pakistan's Prime Minister says he will release a captured Indian pilot as a 'peace gesture'.

Published on 28-02-2019

One question Jordan Peterson hates

Jordan Peterson isn’t alone in his dislike for this question.

Published on 28-02-2019

Australia conducts landmark autonomous weapon ethics research

Australia is working on the worlds largest research project into how autonomous weapons, such as armed drones, behave ethically in warfare. Funded by the Defence Department, the $9 million project outlines the growing prominence of machines such as armed drones in future combat situations. The Australian Defence Force currently has a policy in place that ensures machines are never solely responsible for decisions to kill.

Published on 28-02-2019

Steve Smith is almost back, baby

Steve Smith has resumed batting in the nets, with Australia coach Justin Langer expecting the sacked skipper and David Warner to be fit for the start of the Indian Premier League later this month.

Published on 28-02-2019

Alaskan troops a ‘warning to the world’: Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump, on a refueling stop in Alaska en route from inconclusive talks with Kim Jong Un in Vietnam, praised U.S. troops stationed there saying they were a "powerful warning to never strike American soil."

Published on 28-02-2019

Live: Records tumble in cricket insanity

A thrilling run-fest greeted fans in Grenada on Thursday (AEST) as England and the West Indies belted the ball around the park in a record-breaking affair.

Published on 27-02-2019

Cardinal Pell spends first night behind bars

Cardinal George Pell has spent his first night in a Melbourne prison after being found guilty of child sex offences. It is likely Pell will remain in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day to prevent him from being attacked, with his defence noting the 77-year-old is at high risk. Pell was taken into custody after his bail was revoked at a pre-sentencing hearing on Wednesday. The Cardinal was found guilty on five counts of historical child sexual assault in December last year. He has strenuously denied all allegations and has lodged an appeal against his conviction.

Published on 27-02-2019

George Pell’s ultimate indignity

George Pell will likely have a target on his back in jail because prisoners “hate priest paedophiles” but it’ll be hard for anyone to get to him, according to a convicted criminal who has spent years behind bars.

Published on 27-02-2019

Ex-PM’s glowing support for peadophile

Former Prime Minister John Howard’s character reference for Cardinal George Pell details how he is a person of high intelligence and exemplary character.

Published on 27-02-2019

Fury over botched dinner date

Kim Jong-un described his first talk in Vietnam with Donald Trump as “interesting dialogue” while the US President teased reporters that the chat had been mind-blowing.

Published on 27-02-2019

Cohen’s testimony ‘strong and colourful’: Stewart

The Australian’s Washington Correspondent Cameron Stewart has labelled Michael Cohen’s latest testimony as ‘strong and colourful’. Cohen, the former lawyer of Donald Trump, has accused the US President of lying about key information in alleged Russian collusion into the 2016 presidential election, despite not having any firm evidence. Mr Stewart told Sky News the most damaging aspect of Cohen’s testimony will be the character assignation launched on Donald Trump.

Published on 27-02-2019

Vatican to open own investigation into Cardinal George Pell

The Vatican says it will open its own investigation into George Pell after the Cardinal was found guilty of child sex offences. Pell was taken into custody on Wednesday after his bail was revoked at a pre-sentencing hearing in Melbourne’s County Court. Cardinal Pell was found guilty of five counts of historical child sexual assault on December 11 last year. The 77-year-old has lodged an appeal against his conviction and has strenuously denied all allegations against him.

Published on 27-02-2019

Australian man to spend five years in Bali prison for drug possession

An Australian man and his Indonesian girlfriend will spend five years and four months behind bars in Bali for cocaine possession. Brandon Johnson and his girlfriend were caught with 11.6 grams of the drug which was split into 13 plastic bags. The pair have been fined more than $79,000 and are not appealing the sentence.

Published on 27-02-2019

Govt to announce $50m in electricity grants

The federal government is set to establish taxpayer funded power bill grants in a bid to bring relief for electricity bills for businesses. Energy Minister Angus Taylor will today announce the scheme which will see $50 million be allocated for 2,500 grants. Businesses will be able to claim between $20,000-$25,000 while community groups could also access $12,500.

Published on 27-02-2019

Mum in murderous Doomsday cult

The Pennsylvania mom and daughter charged with killing five relatives recently ranted that the end of the world was coming this month, a family friend said.

Published on 27-02-2019

Aquatica Submarine’s Blue Hole expedition

A group of scientists have made exciting discoveries inside the Belize Blue Hole.

Published on 26-02-2019

Cricket legend cops sensational 2-year ban

Sri Lankan cricket legend Sanath Jayasuriya has been banned from all cricket for two years after admitting to two breaches of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Anti-Corruption Code, the sport’s governing body has announced.

Published on 26-02-2019

Danielle Bregoli TROLLS Kylie Jenner & Jordyn Woods Over Tristan Thompson Cheating Scandal!

Danielle Bregoli aka Bhad Bhabie TROLLS Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods over this WHOLE cheating scandal…and I have to admit it’s pretty funny. PLUS…Logan Paul reveals that he has holes in his brain making it difficult for him to empathize. So I assume that explains some of his past behavior. FINALLY…one of YouTube’s favorite families…the LaBrant Family reveals that someone has been HARASSING them bad enough to the point they finally felt the need to speak out. We’re talking about ALL of this social media drama right now so stay tuned.

Published on 26-02-2019

‘I missed out’: Ricciardo corrects blunder

Daniel Ricciardo says Renault have taken a stride forward on the opening day of the second pre-season testing event in Spain — despite sliding more than two seconds off the pace.

Published on 26-02-2019

Sri Lanka legend banned after anti-corruption investigation

Former Sri Lanka captain Sanath Jayasuriya has been banned from cricket for two years for refusing to cooperate in an investigation of corruption in his country’s cricket.

Published on 26-02-2019

Family pay tribute to Townsville boys

The family of two young boys who tragically drowned after wandering from their Townsville home have spent the night at the river where their bodies were found. A floral shrine has been established on the banks of the Ross River. The bodies of Jhulio, 3, and Barak, 5, were found more than 12 hours after the pair went missing from their home on Monday night. Police say it is too early to determine if any charges will be laid. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 26-02-2019

Fast News: Today’s top stories

The Vatican has imposed restrictions on Cardinal George Pell after a Victorian jury found him guilty of abusing two choirboys, US President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un have arrived in Vietnam ahead of a second summit and the Morrison government is set to announce a royal commission into allegations of abuse against disabled Australians.

Published on 26-02-2019

Suspicious couch fire sparks nursing home evacuation

A suspicious couch fire has forced the evacuation of dozens of nursing home residents in southeast Melbourne this morning.

Published on 26-02-2019

WATCH LIVE: Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un Summit in Vietnam

President of the US Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un are meeting again for a Summit in Vietnam.

Published on 26-02-2019

George Pell to face pre-sentencing hearing

Cardinal George Pell will today fact court for a pre-sentencing hearing after he was found guilty of five counts of historical child sexual assault. The Vatican says it will wait until after the appeal process before deciding what action to take against Cardinal George Pell. The jury returned a unanimous verdict of guilty after a previous jury was discharged for failing to reach a verdict. He is expected to appeal the conviction and has always strenuously denied all the allegations against him. Pell, Australia's most senior Catholic, was convicted on the 11th of December after a lengthy trial. The 77-year-old took leave from his position as the Vatican's financial controller to fight the charges in Melbourne, last year. Image: News Corp Australia

Published on 26-02-2019

Bodies found in river after amber alert

The bodies of two young boys have been found in a river in Townsville this morning following a desperate search overnight after police issued an amber alert.

Published on 25-02-2019

Missing Qld boys found dead in river

The bodies of two young brothers have been found in a Townsville river near a park where they liked to play.

Published on 25-02-2019

Shanina Shaik at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Shanina Shaik at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Published on 25-02-2019

Become an NRL expert with the Full on Footy pass

Stream every round of the 2019 NRL Telstra Premiership live on Kayo Sports then catch up on the very best analysis in the country with The Daily Telegraph’s new Full on Footy package.

Published on 25-02-2019

Labour’s massive Brexit backflip

The European Union has opened the door to Britain postponing its exit from the bloc beyond the March 29 deadline, as the main opposition Labour Party said it could eventually support a second referendum.

Published on 25-02-2019

Van runs red light, e-scooters go for a tumble

A van with a load of Lime e-scooters rolled over in the city overnight after the driver allegedly ran a red light and hit a four-wheel drive.

Published on 25-02-2019

Venezuela hit with new US sanctions

The United States has targeted Venezuela's government with new sanctions and called on allies to freeze the assets of its state-owned oil company PDVSA.

Published on 25-02-2019

Trump kissed campaign worker: lawsuit

A woman who worked on Donald Trump's presidential campaign has sued the president, accusing him of kissing her without consent before a 2016 rally in Tampa, Florida.

Published on 25-02-2019

Assad in first Iran visit since Syrian war

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has made his first public visit to his closest regional ally Iran since the start of Syria's war in 2011.

Published on 25-02-2019

Labor vows safer tradie pay for govt works

Tradies working on big federal government-funded construction projects would be guaranteed to get paid even when dodgy businesses involved in the project go bust, federal Labor has pledged.

Published on 25-02-2019

Opinion: Bernie Sanders Is Back With Democratic Socialism

As Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders removes the stigma attached to socialism within the Democratic Party by broadening his agenda with Medicare For All, the Green New Deal and free college places—the team discuss whether a socialist can recreate the magic of 2016? Video: Journal Editorial Report / Image: Getty

Published on 24-02-2019

Pangai will be Round 1 ready despite hamstring ‘pop’, Broncos claim

Brisbane have breathed a sigh of relief over the fitness of Tevita Pangai Junior, with the star NRL forward cleared of any serious injury.

Published on 24-02-2019

Hijacking foiled on Bangladesh flight

Terrified passengers watched on in horror as a “deranged” man fired his gun mid-flight and attempted to hijack the plane.

Published on 24-02-2019

Thousands Commemorate Slain Opposition Leader Boris Nemtsov in Moscow

Thousands of people marched in central Moscow and other Russian cities on February 24 to commemorate Boris Nemtsov, the opposition leader who was shot dead on a bridge near the Kremlin on February 27, 2015. Russian news agency Interfax cited officials as saying 6,000 people had attended the march in Moscow. However, White Counter, a non-governmental organization that counts participants in rallies, estimated that more than 10,800 people attended – an increase on the 7,600 recorded by the NGO at the 2018 march. Many carried anti-Putin placards and chanted against the president and the Kremlin, reports said. Five Chechnyans received jail sentences in 2017 for their involvement in the murder. The Moscow Times said Nemtsov, an ardent critic of President Vladimir Putin and co-chair of Russia’s People’s Freedom Party, was investigating Russia’s involvement in the conflict in Ukraine when he was killed. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty via Storyful

Published on 24-02-2019

Huawei’s stunning smartphone gamble

This year is shaping up to be the year of the foldable phone.

Published on 24-02-2019

Man shot in leg after cops visit Vic house

A man who was shot in the leg has gone to hospital shortly after police detained four people at a property in Melbourne's outer east.

Published on 24-02-2019

Venezuela’s Maduro faces diplomatic siege

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro could face a new round of sanctions after his troops violently repelled foreign aid convoys, with Brazil branding it criminal and urging allies to join a "liberation effort".

Published on 24-02-2019

Russians honour slain oppn leader Nemtsov

A peaceful rally to mark the fourth anniversary of the assassination of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov drew thousands of people to the streets of Moscow.

Published on 24-02-2019

Victims feel let down by Pope’s response

Pope Francis has ended his conference on the sexual abuse of children by clergy by calling for an "all-out battle" against a crime that should be "erased from the face of the earth".

Published on 24-02-2019

R.Kelly in jail as $US100k bail not paid

R. Kelly remains jailed a day after a judge ruled the R&B star could go free pending a sex abuse trial if he pays 10 per cent of a $US1 million bail.

Published on 24-02-2019

Man dies falling through church

A man trying to climb a church roof has died after falling through a skylight.

Published on 23-02-2019

Senator Dianne Feinstein Verbally Spars With Student Activists on Green New Deal

California Senator Dianne Feinstein engaged in a “spirited discussion” over climate policy with a group of children, young adults and parents associated with activist group the Sunrise Movement on Friday, September 22. The group met Feinstein in her San Francisco office and asked her to support the Green New Deal resolution introduced by Senator Jeff Merkley. In response, Feinstein remarked that there was no way to pay for the resolution and debated with the children, commenting, "I know what I’m doing. You come in here and it has to be my way or the highway. I don’t respond to that. I’ve gotten elected. I just ran. I was elected by almost a million-vote plurality. I know what I’m doing. So maybe people should listen a little bit” (4:50 in the video). The Sunrise Movement posted livestreamed footage of the meeting on Facebook, calling Feinstein’s remarks “condescending.” Feinstein responded on Twitter, called the interaction" spirited" and said that the children “were heard loud and clear.” The latter half of the footage, starting at the 12 minute mark, shows Feinstein speaking with one of the young adults about an internship. Credit: Sunrise Movement Bay Area via Storyful

Published on 23-02-2019

New health check could save your life

In a major win for millions of Australians, News Corp Australia has secured support from both sides of politics for a crucial step in stopping Australia’s biggest single killer — heart disease.

Published on 23-02-2019

‘Phenomenal’ youngster shatters all-time record

You wouldn’t read about it

Published on 23-02-2019

Nun vents anger at Vatican abuse summit

A nun and a woman journalist have delivered the toughest criticism of church leaders heard so far at Pope Francis' sexual abuse conference, accusing them of hypocrisy and covering up horrendous crimes against children.

Published on 23-02-2019

Man stabbed in neck in Sydney park row

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was stabbed at a park in suburban Sydney.

Published on 23-02-2019

Aid Trucks Burn Amid Clashes Between Aid Convoys and Venezuelan Military

Venezuelan civilians carried humanitarian aid by hand as trucks burned on a bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, following clashes with Venezuelan National Police on Saturday, February 23. This video, streamed from Colombia’s border with Venezuela in Cucuta, shows civilians running with sacks of aid supplies over their shoulders as flames lick the chassis of a truck. Earlier video from the same bridge captured clashes between Venezuelan police and civilians as the convoy sought to push across the border. The scene devolved into panic when gunshots rang out. Similar confrontations erupted Friday and Saturday after Juan Guaidó, the country’s opposition leader and self-declared interim president, called for nationwide rallies. On Friday, civilians fought with soldiers near Tunel La Cabreba in Aragua, Venezuela, after the military sought to prevent trucks from driving to the border to receive aid shipments. Credit: Gaby Arellano via Storyful

Published on 23-02-2019

Soldiers stop aid for Venezuela at borders

Venezuelan troops loyal to President Nicolas Maduro have fired tear gas and rubber pellets at opposition supporters seeking to bring foreign aid over the Colombian border.

Published on 23-02-2019

Huge problem with Tesla Model 3

Tesla has experienced another embarrassing setback.

Published on 23-02-2019

The lugging ute from left field

Does it make sense that many one-tonner buyers are willing to spend up to $80,000 for a vehicle that, in the automotive ecosystem, is still the technological equivalent of a very dumb animal? Of course not.

Published on 23-02-2019