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Sun 26 Jan 2020

Survivor All Stars: Let the games begin, again

premium_icon Survivor All Stars: Let the games begin, again

Host Jonathan LaPaglia takes you inside Australian Survivor’s most “brutal” season yet.

Sat 25 Jan 2020

Ash Barty named Young Australian of the Year

premium_icon Ash Barty named Young Australian of the Year

Tennis champion Ash Barty has been named the Young Australian of 2020, while Armidale-based youth worker Bernie Shakeshaft was named the country’s Local Hero.

US star takes out Triple J’s Hottest 100 top song

premium_icon US star takes out Triple J’s Hottest 100 top song

Triple J’s top song in its Hottest 100 has dealt a blow to an Aussie star as Tones and I, Hilltop Hoods, the late Juice WRLD and Denzel Curry made the list.

Townsville a key ‘hub’ for Indian investment

premium_icon Townsville a key ‘hub’ for Indian investment

Plans to develop Townsville as Northern Australia’s investment hub will be pursued as part of the Government’s announced overhaul of its development agenda.

Cattleman caught with old guns, flying doctor medicine

premium_icon Cattleman caught with old guns, flying doctor medicine

Rifles that pre-date the Port Arthur weapons amnesty led to a successful cattle farmer south of Mackay facing serious weapons and drugs charges.

Storms widespread throughout the state

premium_icon Storms widespread throughout the state

Storm warnings have been issued for large tracts of Queensland, from the northwest to the centre and south of the state.

Photo that spells trouble for royal family

Photo that spells trouble for royal family

As the Duchess reveals her latest project and the Sussex saga rolls on, it is becoming clearer that the Windsors have the fight of their lives on their hands.

Three confirmed cases of coronavirus in NSW

premium_icon Three confirmed cases of coronavirus in NSW

Health authorities have confirmed three people in NSW have contracted the deadly coronavirus, which has killed more than 40 people in China.

PM chokes up during emotional speech

PM chokes up during emotional speech

Scott Morrison’s voice was shaking when he addressed the Australian of the Year nominees today, as the prime minister paused several times to compose himself.

Second Chinese visitor feared to have deadly virus

premium_icon Second Chinese visitor feared to have deadly virus

A second Chinese national feared to have coronavirus has been admitted to hospital on the Gold Coast, making four people being tested there in total.

Voice recorder recovered in US fire crew fatal crash

premium_icon Voice recorder recovered in US fire crew fatal crash

Investigators have uncovered the cockpit voice recorder inside the wreckage of the C-130 Coulson plane which crashed on Thursday, killing three US firefighters.

Man reported missing at Qld waterfall

premium_icon Man reported missing at Qld waterfall

A swift water rescue team is on the scene at a well-known Queensland waterfall where a man has been reported missing, with fears he has been swept away.

Nadal sets up possible clash with Kyrgios

Nadal sets up possible clash with Kyrgios

World No.1 Rafael Nadal has set up a potential showdown with Nick Kyrgios after crushing compatriot Pablo Carreno Busta in a clinical display

AFL star apologises for Australian Open stitch-up

AFL star apologises for Australian Open stitch-up

A star famous for being the tallest man in the AFL has offered a sheepish apology after being called out for an Australian Open code violation

‘Friendship over’: vicious Australian Open feud erupts

‘Friendship over’: vicious Australian Open feud erupts

World No.4 Daniel Medvedev woke up on Saturday to read the news that his friendship with an Australian Open star is over

Viral Super Bowl photo mystery solved

Viral Super Bowl photo mystery solved

The internet lost its collective mind after a 24-year-old photo emerged, and now the man behind the viral Super Bowl image has been uncovered

Kay McGrath: The moment I lost it on air

premium_icon Kay McGrath: The moment I lost it on air

As veteran Seven newsreader Kay McGrath prepares to sign off for the final time, she has revealed the one moment where she lost her trademark composure on air.

Jennifer Aniston stunt leaves fans crying

Jennifer Aniston stunt leaves fans crying

Jennifer Aniston popping into the Central Perk set is giving diehard Friends fans another nugget of nostalgia to cling to.

Barty's Open prospects soar as seeds crash out

Barty's Open prospects soar as seeds crash out

With world No.2 Karolina Pliskova and sixth seed Belinda Bencic joining Naomi Osaka and Serena Willams on the Open scrap heap, Ash Barty is looking good

Australia’s ‘worst’ towns revealed

Australia’s ‘worst’ towns revealed

Australia’s most controversial Facebook page has ranked the nation’s worst towns of 2019. Did yours make the cut?

There goes the world No.2: seeds fall at Australian Open

There goes the world No.2: seeds fall at Australian Open

The women's upsets continue at the Australian Open, with world No.2 Karolina Pliskova and sixth seed Belinda Bencic both crashing out in the third round

Horse club plays ‘Russian roulette’ with deadly virus

premium_icon Horse club plays ‘Russian roulette’ with deadly virus

“THE risk to the public, horses and staff cannot be overstated.”

Life destroyed after bus ride from hell

premium_icon Life destroyed after bus ride from hell

Bill Peacock can no longer look after himself after a horrific accident on a bus.

‘Stop risking our lives’: Wheelchair users fight for reform

premium_icon ‘Stop risking our lives’: Wheelchair users fight for reform

Wheelchair users risk their lives every time they travel on a bus without anchored restraints, disability advocates warn.

GROSS WARNING: Foul moment Chinese man eats mice alive

GROSS WARNING: Foul moment Chinese man eats mice alive

Disgusting footage has emerged of a Chinese diner eating baby mice alive, in what is a delicacy in backstreet restaurants. WARNING: Gross

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