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Mon 18 Jun 2018

Truck driver’s heartbreaking realisation

Truck driver’s heartbreaking realisation

A TRUCK driver has broken down in court as he recalled the moment he drove over the body of a Sydney grandmother. Warning: Graphic content

Barnaby Joyce’s brother dies

Barnaby Joyce’s brother dies

FORMER deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce is absent from Question Time in Parliament today after news that his younger brother has passed away.

Optus’ World Cup ‘nuclear option’

Optus’ World Cup ‘nuclear option’

IF THE World Cup streaming issues persist, Optus or maybe even the government, are going to have to do something drastic.

Tourist raped by machete-wielding gang

Tourist raped by machete-wielding gang

VASILISA Komarova was dragged from her tent, raped and left for dead. But she made sure her attackers were brought to justice.

Annoying tax thing you don’t have to do now

Annoying tax thing you don’t have to do now

MANY Aussies are still making this big tax time mistake every year — even though the law changed almost two decades ago.

Woman who shames men as part of a bigger movement

Woman who shames men as part of a bigger movement

THIS woman shames men who come up to her in the street by posting videos of them online. It’s part of a much bigger movement.

Coles says green chicken ‘ok to eat’

Coles says green chicken ‘ok to eat’

A CUSTOMER at a Victorian store was horrified when they cut open a chicken breast from Coles. But the supermarket says green flesh won’t affect the taste.

Thousands to attend vigil for Eurydice Dixon

Thousands to attend vigil for Eurydice Dixon

THE soccer pitch where Eurydice Dixon was brutally raped and murdered last week will tonight become a sea of people bathed in candlelight.

Furious bride cancels on day of wedding

Furious bride cancels on day of wedding

A FURIOUS bride who dumped her fiance on the morning of their wedding because he failed to pay for the venue, still wore her dress and partied on without him.

Applying the brakes: when to make considered choices

Applying the brakes: when to make considered choices

As sweet as immediate gratification can be, it's often good to practise some self-control.

Why you shouldn't wish people 'Happy Birthday' on Facebook

Why you shouldn't wish people 'Happy Birthday' on Facebook

YOU may think you are being kind, but it could turn into something sinister.

19 ways your dog tries to communicate with you

19 ways your dog tries to communicate with you

YES, your dog is talking to you. Scientists have discovered our furry friends have a ‘vocabulary’ of roughly 47 ‘words’. You’ll never guess what most of them mean...

Bunnies bounce into outright favouritism

Bunnies bounce into outright favouritism

SOUTH Sydney have firmed as favourites to win the NRL premiership while fellow competition heavyweights the Panthers have eased.

Incredible icicles mark frosty start to the day

Incredible icicles mark frosty start to the day

ONE man knew exactly where to go to capture a stunning scene as hundreds of tiny icicles formed on this frosty morning.

Government blocks debate on ABC privatisation

Government blocks debate on ABC privatisation

THE Turnbull government has voted against a motion committing the lower house to never support the privatisation of the ABC.

Hard times for property in self-managed super

Hard times for property in self-managed super

BUYING a residential property in a self-managed super fund can deliver Australians huge tax savings, but rule it's tricky.

Food trap you’re falling into at work

Food trap you’re falling into at work

YOU probably don’t even notice it’s happening, but a basic mistake you’re making at work is costing your waistline.

German panic, Neymar’s unwanted record

German panic, Neymar’s unwanted record

WC Snapshot: Five of the top six nations in the FIFA rankings have played, and none has won. Meanwhile, Neymar makes return to the World Cup playing field.

Australia plummet to 34-year low

Australia plummet to 34-year low

BACK-TO-BACK defeats have Australia’s ODI team at its lowest point since 1984 and, bar a remarkable turnaround in form, there is more unwanted history ahead

Palmer cops a spray at press conference

Palmer cops a spray at press conference

THINGS didn’t go quite to plan when former One Nation senator Brian Burston confirmed he would join Clive Palmer’s new party.

Schwass calls for the AFL to ‘go back to 16 teams’

Schwass calls for the AFL to ‘go back to 16 teams’

FORMER North Melbourne premiership player Wayne Schwass says that he would remove both expansion clubs if he was in charge of the AFL.

Back to black for winter

Back to black for winter

Using a few different tips and tricks, all ages can wear black comfortably and stylishly.

What's hot as we head into cooler months?

What's hot as we head into cooler months?

As we move into winter 2018, it's time to look at what trends will be dominating this coming season.

Dreamworld had concerns about deadly ride

Dreamworld had concerns about deadly ride

ALMOST two years after four people horrifically died on a Dreamworld ride, their families are finally a step closer to getting answers.

Gabi, Geoffrey rekindle rocky romance

Gabi, Geoffrey rekindle rocky romance

AUSTRALIAN millionaire Geoffrey Edelsten and his on-again-off-again partner Gabi Grecko have officially announced they are back together and will renew their vows.

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