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Sat 25 May 2019

‘Speculation’ around PM’s new ministry

‘Speculation’ around PM’s new ministry

With three positions up for grabs, Scott Morrison is putting the final touches to his new-look cabinet. So who is in and who is out?

$13 Aldi deal too good to refuse

$13 Aldi deal too good to refuse

Aldi has stunned savvy shoppers once again, this time with a product that “punches above it’s weight” at a price too tempting to resist.

Man dead following house party brawl

Man dead following house party brawl

A man has died and four others arrested following a brawl involving baseball bats broke out at a house party.

Qld demands urgent review of online NAPLAN

Qld demands urgent review of online NAPLAN

Queensland's education minister Grace Grace has called on the federal government to review NAPLAN online in the wake of ongoing connectivity issues.

Jacinda Ardern mural artist hits back at hate

Jacinda Ardern mural artist hits back at hate

The artist who painted Jacinda Ardern hugging a Muslim woman was shocked by the public response. Here, she sends a message back.

Mystery as woman’s body found in park

Mystery as woman’s body found in park

Police have launched an investigation after a woman’s body was found near tennis courts inside an inner-city park in Melbourne.

Trump drags Australia into FBI probe

Trump drags Australia into FBI probe

In a historic first, President Donald Trump has publicly named Australia for its role in the “Russia hoax” and FBI probe.

Travel chaos as Bali volcano erupts

Travel chaos as Bali volcano erupts

Bali’s airport has cancelled flights following the eruption of Mount Agung volcano, which spread ash over the Indonesian island.

'I love you - thank you for being the mother of my children'

'I love you - thank you for being the mother of my children'

A Gatton family's life has been flipped after a terrible farm accident nearly cost a worker's life, and left him with life-changing injuries

Vivid Sydney 2019: Colours and fun for child in all of us

Vivid Sydney 2019: Colours and fun for child in all of us

VIVID Sydney is best seen through the eyes of a child. Especially if a visit to an electric playground is on your list of things to do.

How cops caught our worst paedophile

How cops caught our worst paedophile

AUTHORITIES have revealed how a mission by Australian police to hunt down the country’s worst paedophile saw the rescue of 50 children.

Fri 24 May 2019

High honour for Hawke after death

High honour for Hawke after death

AFTER an outpouring of grief about the death of Bob Hawke, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced how the nation will honour him.

Speedsters will cop $1658 fine in one state

Speedsters will cop $1658 fine in one state

DRIVERS in one Aussie state will soon be paying hundreds of dollars more for common driving offences under a major fines and fees overhaul.

Protesters shut down CBD in snap rally

Protesters shut down CBD in snap rally

PROTESTERS gathered in Melbourne in a snap display against climate change inaction.

Big myth around the flu shot

Big myth around the flu shot

LAST year 50 per cent of Aussies said they weren’t planning on getting the flu vaccine.

Jacqui Lambie 'living on Vegemite toast'

Jacqui Lambie 'living on Vegemite toast'

Outspoken pollie Jacqui Lambie has revealed her struggle to live off just $150 a week after being booted out of Parliament, leaving her broke. 

Economists name 'biggest losers' in Coalition win

Economists name 'biggest losers' in Coalition win

And others warned the negatives "remain significant".

Final tragedy of Bob Hawke’s life

Final tragedy of Bob Hawke’s life

Blanche d’Alpuget has revealed the one thing her husband Bob Hawke was looking forward to in his final days, and didn’t get to do.

Hawke's wife opens up about former PM's death

Hawke's wife opens up about former PM's death

Blanche d’Alpuget has opened up to Leigh Sales about the “love of old age” after the death of her husband, former prime minister Bob Hawke.

Thu 23 May 2019

One Nation truck ‘torching’ claims discredited

One Nation truck ‘torching’ claims discredited

THE real cause behind a One Nation truck being set alight in Tasmania, discrediting the party’s claims the “left” was to blame.

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