National News

Tue 17 Sep 2019

Little device could save you thousands

Little device could save you thousands

An ever increasing number of Australians are flocking to this technology as a way to protect themselves from scammers and criminals and it could save your bacon.

‘Fat PT’s’ incredible transformation

‘Fat PT’s’ incredible transformation

April Franks felt so unhealthy and overweight she viewed herself as “the fat PT”. But that all changed when she discovered a particular love.

Bride and groom’s incredible wedding shred

Bride and groom’s incredible wedding shred

Melbourne couple Sarah and Justin had just one wish for their wedding day — to once again be able to kiss each other on the lips.

Man claimed ‘prerogative to hit wife’

Man claimed ‘prerogative to hit wife’

A Sydney man on trial for his wife’s murder allegedly said it was “his prerogative if he wanted to hit her or do whatever he wanted to her”.

Aussie swim star relives 19 years of pain

Aussie swim star relives 19 years of pain

Australia’s former Queen of the pool Susie O’Neill has broken down after reliving the moment that continues to haunt her to this day.

Heaviest rainfall in three months to hit

Heaviest rainfall in three months to hit

After a brief glimpse of spring for many of us over the weekend, it’s all going to change. And today is going to take it to the next level.

ScoMo scores rare honour from Trump

ScoMo scores rare honour from Trump

It’s a rarity for visiting guests, now Australian PM Scott Morrison is set to receive an honour from President Trump that just one other leader has in office.

Fundraisers set up for Survivor evictee

Fundraisers set up for Survivor evictee

Fans have rallied together to raise money for ‘King of the Jungle’ Luke Toki following his heartbreaking exit last night.

Baby formula brawl follows $1.5bn bid

Baby formula brawl follows $1.5bn bid

Shoppers have been filmed in a brutal brawl over baby formula on the same day a Chinese company launched a $1.5 billion takeover bid for an Aussie brand.

Mon 16 Sep 2019

Oil attack is Australia’s worst nightmare

Oil attack is Australia’s worst nightmare

For decades federal politicians have ignored appeals to preserve Australia’s strategic oil reserve. Now we have just three weeks of fuel in the tank.

Frenzy over Aldi product’s secret function

Frenzy over Aldi product’s secret function

Shoppers who purchased the $149 Aldi appliance have gone nuts over its “amazing” extra detail, labelling it a lifesaver for extra fruit and vegetables.

Man dies avoiding ‘determined’ magpie

Man dies avoiding ‘determined’ magpie

A CYCLIST frantically trying to avoid a magpie has died after he accidentally rode his bike off a path and smashed into a nearby fence.

‘Uber Eats paid $300 for 96 hours work’

‘Uber Eats paid $300 for 96 hours work’

Uber Eats driver Amita Gupta was only paid $300 for 96 hours work — and when she was 10 minutes late with a delivery, she was fired.

Teen’s horrifying deep-sea catch

Teen’s horrifying deep-sea catch

When “something quite big” tugged on this angler’s fishing line, the last thing he expected to reel in was a 300-million-year-old “alien”.

‘Witch doctor’ charged over family murders

‘Witch doctor’ charged over family murders

A Kiwi “witch doctor” has been charged with murdering a family of five found on a cliff with a sole survivor — a 12-month-old baby girl.

"Whingers" World’s longest teddy bear fence to be destroyed

"Whingers" World’s longest teddy bear fence to be destroyed

It may look like a harmless bunch of teddy bears, but this fence in South Australia has divided a community — with council voting to have it destroyed.

Leaving Neverland documentary wins Emmy

Leaving Neverland documentary wins Emmy

LEAVING Neverland, a documentary accusing Michael Jackson of molesting a young Australian dancer from the age of seven, has won an Emmy.

Saudi drone attack ups tensions in region

Saudi drone attack ups tensions in region

THE drone attack on the Saudi oil sites has raised the stakes in the Gulf region, escalating tensions between the US and Iran and the risk of open conflict.

Gay people being told they are ‘broken’ in Australia

Gay people being told they are ‘broken’ in Australia

AN investigation has revealed gay conversion therapy is still being performed in some dark corners of the Christian church in Australia. Warning: Distressing.

Smith moment shows everything’s changed

Smith moment shows everything’s changed

Steve Smith started the English summer as a villain but he finishes it a hero, as one heartwarming moment in the final Ashes Test proved.

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