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Sat 19 Jan 2019

Hilarious Federer snub goes viral

Hilarious Federer snub goes viral

An anonymous man in yellow became an internet sensation when he came face-to-face with Roger Federer — and showed him who’s boss.

Scary illness led to million-dollar idea

Scary illness led to million-dollar idea

Christy Laurence was on the fast-track to success in the corporate world when a frightening brain injury stopped her in her tracks.

Toddler’s cheeky sign targets stupidity

Toddler’s cheeky sign targets stupidity

As the debate around pill testing raged on today, Sydney parents used their toddler and his hilarious sign to get their message across.

Fighter begs to stop, keeps getting bashed

Fighter begs to stop, keeps getting bashed

This MMA fighter begged her opponent and the ref to stop the bout because she thought she’d broken her jaw — but nobody listened.

Friendly table tennis competition, plenty of laughs

Friendly table tennis competition, plenty of laughs

Noosa seniors keep active and social as they face off at freindly table tennis, and they all have a great sense of humour

The Ubers of the banking industry

The Ubers of the banking industry

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.

Family’s disturbing discovery in toilet

Family’s disturbing discovery in toilet

A family just wanting to use their toilet like any other Aussies were startled by what they found inside.

Ridiculous cost of being single

Ridiculous cost of being single

Attracting undue sympathy and unwanted attention, single women have enough to worry about. They’re also being ripped off for going it alone.

Nishikori makes Aus Open fourth round for seventh time

Nishikori makes Aus Open fourth round for seventh time

Japan’s Kei Nishikori remains on course for his fourth Australian Open quarter-final after cruising into the fourth round for the seventh time

Public health sign slammed for ‘racism’

Public health sign slammed for ‘racism’

A public health sign at a swimming pool has been slammed as racist over its portrayal of an encounter between two children.

NGA wrap: Ingles and Dellavedova go head-to-head

NGA wrap: Ingles and Dellavedova go head-to-head

Matthew Dellavedova outscored fellow Aussie Joe Ingles but the Jazz star was ahead when it counted most as Utah beat Cleveland in the NBA.

Why Meghan didn’t go to Kate’s birthday

Why Meghan didn’t go to Kate’s birthday

The Duchess of Cambridge threw a huge party last weekend but Meghan and Harry were nowhere to be seen — now we know why.

Spend some time ... at the Hardhat Cafe

Spend some time ... at the Hardhat Cafe

Surf club to have cafe on the lawn while new clubhouse built

Melbourne rap artist charged with murdering Aiia Maasarwe

Melbourne rap artist charged with murdering Aiia Maasarwe

Three days after Israeli student Aiia Maasarwe was found dead metres from her tram stop, a 20-year-old man has been charged with her murder.

How ‘tourists from hell’ made NZ their enemy

How ‘tourists from hell’ made NZ their enemy

They were the rowdy family who wanted to see New Zealand. But within a week they managed to annoy an entire nation.

NSW batsman scores second ton against Sri Lanka

NSW batsman scores second ton against Sri Lanka

NSW's Kurtis Patterson has made a second successive unbeaten century for a Cricket Australia XI against Sri Lanka in Hobart

Barty withdraws from doubles to lessen Open workload

Barty withdraws from doubles to lessen Open workload

Ashleigh Barty has pulled out of her scheduled Australian Open doubles match with a mystery injury, casting doubts over her singles title assault

Trainer eyes tilt at Blue Diamond

Trainer eyes tilt at Blue Diamond

Chris Bieg can’t wait for the next time he loses his voice - both times it's occurred his undefeated two-year-old colt Free Of Debt has raced and won

A child a day rescued from locked cars this summer

A child a day rescued from locked cars this summer

Temperatures can reach 78C in a car on a hot summer day and yet parents are continuing to leave their children in them.

Man's phone plays porn at girlfriend's sister's wedding

Man's phone plays porn at girlfriend's sister's wedding

"My phone automatically connected to the speaker and started playing what was on my phone last - this happened to be porn from the night before.”

Woman reunited with man 60 years after he saved her life

Woman reunited with man 60 years after he saved her life

When Helen Perikkentis stepped off her flight at Proserpine's Whitsunday Coast Airport on Boxing Day, the reality of her visit began to sink in.

Gold class: Accession powers up for Slipper

Gold class: Accession powers up for Slipper

Sydney’s leading jockey James McDonald was moved to compare Accession with Golden Slipper favourite Tassort after the colt streaked away at Rosehill Gardens

Missing ex-soldier reportedly in Queensland

Missing ex-soldier reportedly in Queensland

The family of an ex-soldier are concerned for his wellbeing after he was reported missing 10 days ago.

Mickelson follows 60 with a 68 to retain Desert Classic lead

Mickelson follows 60 with a 68 to retain Desert Classic lead

Australian Curtis Luck has rallied after a couple of bogeys at the Desert Classic to finish the second day two strokes behind leader Phil Mickelson

‘Disgrace’: Pure shock over Aussie bombshell

‘Disgrace’: Pure shock over Aussie bombshell

Australia’s World Cup plans are in disarray after the football community was blindsided by the sinister sacking of the Matildas coach.

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