National News

Mon 21 Jan 2019

Fitzy lashes Premier: ‘You can’t be that naive’

Fitzy lashes Premier: ‘You can’t be that naive’

It’s become one of the most divisive issues affecting young Aussies and Nova’s Fitzy has lashed NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian over it.

Dragged 250m after trying to stop thieves

Dragged 250m after trying to stop thieves

A Perth woman was dragged behind a car for 250m and left with horror injuries after robbers posed as Gumtree buyers. WARNING: Graphic

Lamb ad’s painful dig at Australia

Lamb ad’s painful dig at Australia

Nothing is sacred anymore, with the latest Australia Day lamb ad proposing an unthinkable option involving our greatest rival New Zealand.

Five charged over $1m baby formula theft

Five charged over $1m baby formula theft

POLICE have swooped on an alleged international crime syndicate accused of dealing in stolen baby formula, seizing 4000 tins.

Breastfeeding mum: ‘I’m not a paedophile’

Breastfeeding mum: ‘I’m not a paedophile’

TROLLS have started calling breastfeeding mothers 'paedophiles' as online hatred spirals out of control.

Federer’s stern McEnroe rejection

Federer’s stern McEnroe rejection

Roger Federer had no time for John McEnroe’s assertion his Australian Open defeat against Stefanos Tsitsipas was a changing of the guard.

'Greek Freak' stuns Federer in dramatic upset

'Greek Freak' stuns Federer in dramatic upset

Roger Federer has been eliminated from the Australian Open in incredible circumstances on Rod Laver Arena.

Sun 20 Jan 2019

Man on murder charge after horror find

Man on murder charge after horror find

Detectives have arrested and charged a man for the murder of a 33-year-old found in his home on Friday with a fatal wound to his neck.

The ‘Scarlet Letter’ murder mystery

The ‘Scarlet Letter’ murder mystery

An illicit affair, an abandoned car and a body found with an “A” carved into her chest. It’s a case that continues to mystify this tiny island.

Inside filthy squat of accused killer

Inside filthy squat of accused killer

Inside the squalid, graffiti-trashed squat where the 20-year-old man accused of murdering Aiia Maasarwe was last known to live.

Sweetest thing in office should be you: Study

Sweetest thing in office should be you: Study

If businesses want to get the most out of its employees and increase workplace satisfaction, sugar should be outlawed — at least according to a new study.

Dial up a new set of wheels

Dial up a new set of wheels

JANUARY can be a good time to buy big-ticket items and new technologies in Australia and offshore are making the process faster, simpler and often cheaper.

Barnaby Joyce and Vikki Campion are having another baby

Barnaby Joyce and Vikki Campion are having another baby

THE disgraced former leader's partner Vikki Campion is pregnant with their second child, another boy.

‘Screaming and screaming’: new details of Aiia’s death

‘Screaming and screaming’: new details of Aiia’s death

The sisters of slain Aiia Maasarwe have revealed alarming new details about her death.

Man who shot police was game hunter

Man who shot police was game hunter

A Glen Innes man who shot two NSW police officers was an avid big game hunter who had many taxidermy animals in his home.

May baffles EU by asking for nothing

May baffles EU by asking for nothing

Theresa May has stunned her European counterparts by failing to make any new Brexit demands — despite her own plan being overwhelmingly rejected by MPs.

Trump's shutdown compromise sounded awfully familiar

Trump's shutdown compromise sounded awfully familiar

US President Donald Trump has rehashed a failed deal to try to end the crippling government shutdown - and to fund his wall.

Big contradiction of Marie Kondo

Big contradiction of Marie Kondo

Stop origami-ing your T-shirts immediately. There’s a contradiction to the Marie Kondo method — and it’s actually cluttering your home.

The heartbreaking reason O’Dwyer quit

The heartbreaking reason O’Dwyer quit

Kelly O’Dwyer has revealed the heartbreaking personal crisis that helped her decide to give up her successful career in politics.

Digital-only banks now available in Australia

Digital-only banks now available in Australia

DIGITAL-only banks are creeping into the banking space and giving customers more choice on who they do transactions with. Find out what they can offer you.

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