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Mon 20 May 2019

‘Disastrous’ comment that cost Labor

‘Disastrous’ comment that cost Labor

Tanya Plibersek has been slammed over a remark she made in the lead-up to the election, which may have cost her party the crucial state of Queensland.

The app that will change your life

The app that will change your life

A new app brings simple solution to one of life’s most stressful situations and promises to benefit all users and give you more time to do what you want.

Man trapped under truck at work site

Man trapped under truck at work site

Emergency crews worked to free a man after he was trapped by a truck that rolled on top of him at a work site in Sydney this morning.

NZ PM declines 11-year-old’s cheeky ‘bribe’

NZ PM declines 11-year-old’s cheeky ‘bribe’

THE New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s response to a young girl’s letter, which included a cheeky bribe, has gone viral.

Surprising new contender for Labor

Surprising new contender for Labor

As Labor prepares to replace Bill Shorten in the wake of the party’s shock election loss, an unlikely contender is considering entering the race.

Sportsbet’s massive $5.2m election loss

Sportsbet’s massive $5.2m election loss

Few were hit harder by the Coalition’s election miracle than Sportsbet. But the betting agency is laughing off the huge financial hit.

Man snatches croc from river with bare hands

Man snatches croc from river with bare hands

A bloke who grabbed a 1.5m freshwater crocodile with his bare hands said he wanted to see if the old mob’s hunting skills were still there. WATCH THE VIDEO

Pauline Hanson’s election truck set alight

Pauline Hanson’s election truck set alight

The One Nation leader has tweeted footage of her campaign truck on fire in Tasmania as she was noticeably absent during election voting.

Scott Morrison closes in on majority

Scott Morrison closes in on majority

The Coalition is edging closer to a majority after Saturday’s Federal Election as Prime Minister Scott Morrison vows to get straight back to work today.

Sun 19 May 2019

'I wore one in public': Brutal reality of duct tape bikinis

'I wore one in public': Brutal reality of duct tape bikinis

"A gust of wind whipped off some bits of tape, while the movement of my neck and torso meant the tape started to flap about freely."

Shorten’s pick for new Labor leader revealed

Shorten’s pick for new Labor leader revealed

Bill Shorten is reportedly backing a key Labor figure as the person to take the party into a new era - and it's not Anthony Albanese.

‘My friend’s crazy $1000 a week habit'

‘My friend’s crazy $1000 a week habit'

Sami has one friend who’s investing big time in his love life - but is it an investment that’s going to pay dividends?

Aussies celebrate Fraser Anning failure

Aussies celebrate Fraser Anning failure

He was Australia’s most controversial politician, but Fraser Anning has been booted from the Senate and Australians are rejoicing.

Five seats that turned the election

Five seats that turned the election

When Scott Morrison celebrated his victory, he had special praise for these five seats. These are the seats that all went wrong for Labor.

Untold story of Veronica Knight: Murdered by monsters

Untold story of Veronica Knight: Murdered by monsters

They spent one summer in the 1970s picking up, raping and murdering young women. Veronica was the first victim - another six would suffer the same fate.

One word destroyed Labor’s chances

One word destroyed Labor’s chances

There was the uncertainty which spread like a virus through Queensland and it robbed Labor of seats in the state’s south-east it had hoped to take.

Dog digs up baby buried alive

Dog digs up baby buried alive

A dog is being hailed as a hero after its owner saw it was scratching in the dirt and found the leg of a baby buried alive poking out.

‘No more lies’: Star breaks silence

‘No more lies’: Star breaks silence

Beauty blogger James Charles has dropped a 40-minute video about the brutal feud with his former mentor and friend Tati Westbrook.

Dad burned daughter alive in car

Dad burned daughter alive in car

A man who allegedly strapped his daughter into a baby seat and set the car on fire so that she burned to death has been charged with murder.

Libs hold Curtin after Bishop’s exit

Libs hold Curtin after Bishop’s exit

JULIE Bishop’s former seat of Curtin looks to have stuck to the Liberals following a troubled campaign by independent Louise Stewart.

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