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Wed 18 Apr 2018

Plane engine explodes mid-air, shrapnel kills passenger

Plane engine explodes mid-air, shrapnel kills passenger

One person is dead after a horrifying incident in which a plane's engine exploded and the shrapnel flew back to hit the fuselage.

Suicide machines could be triggered by 'blink of an eye'

Suicide machines could be triggered by 'blink of an eye'

Opponents of euthanasia have expressed concern at the creation of a “suicide machine”, which has been developed by Dr Philip Nitschke.

Crocodile Hunter immortalised in Hollywood

Crocodile Hunter immortalised in Hollywood

STEVE Irwin’s legacy is going to be further immortalised following the annoucement he is receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Man’s incredible 12-week body transformation

Man’s incredible 12-week body transformation

IN just three months this office worker dropped 19kg and became super ripped.

Aussie’s simple message for gun-loving Americans

Aussie’s simple message for gun-loving Americans

AUSSIE street artist Peter Drew is travelling to the US with a message from Australia. And he plans to plaster it all over the country.

Damning find at Syrian attack site

Damning find at Syrian attack site

THE first footage from inside the Syrian town allegedly subject to a chemical weapons attack appears to show a missile shell at the site.

Trump still wants ‘good relationship’ with Russia

Trump still wants ‘good relationship’ with Russia

THE President has backtracked on new sanctions against Vladimir Putin, as fears grow that he has a very different stance on the regime to his advisers.

Koreas ‘set to end 68-year war’

Koreas ‘set to end 68-year war’

NORTH and South Korea leaders may be putting a permanent end to their decades-old war ahead of an imminent historical meeting.

Tue 17 Apr 2018

World’s biggest Lego Titanic docks at museum

World’s biggest Lego Titanic docks at museum

IT boasts 56,000 bricks and took nearly a year to complete, but the mastermind behind the globe’s largest Lego Titanic replica is not who you’d expect.

Toddler’s life support to be turned off

Toddler’s life support to be turned off

THE parents of seriously ill 23-month-old Alfie Evans vowed “it’s not over!” after a top court ruled against their plea to take him to Italy for treatment.

Asteroid barely misses Earth

Asteroid barely misses Earth

A SURPRISE asteroid the size of a football field came alarmingly close to Earth on Sunday morning, just hours after being spotted by astronomers.

Truth about ‘fake’ Trump picture

Truth about ‘fake’ Trump picture

AS Donald Trump’s Press Secretary was criticised for tweeting a “fake” photo of the Syria strike talks, a worrying detail emerged.

Royal Family: Critical decision due this week

Royal Family: Critical decision due this week

A DECISION on who should succeed the Queen as head of the Commonwealth will be made this week, the UK government said.

Mon 16 Apr 2018

Trump unloads: ‘The worst FBI Director in history’

Trump unloads: ‘The worst FBI Director in history’

KNOWING his former FBI director’s new book will make him look bad, Donald Trump has laid down some heavy holding fire on Twitter ahead of James Comey’s first...

Flesh-eating bacteria epidemic ‘exploding’

Flesh-eating bacteria epidemic ‘exploding’

A FLESH-eating bacteria common in Africa is rapidly increasing in number in parts of Australia. WARNING: Graphic images.

What really happened in chemical attack

What really happened in chemical attack

SURVIVORS of the Syrian gassing that sparked military action from the West have revealed what they saw on the ground. WARNING: Graphic content.

Facebook CEO’s $11.4M spending spree

Facebook CEO’s $11.4M spending spree

IN 2017, a staggering $11.4 million was spent on security and private jets for Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg.

Syria’s move after Trump's 'mission accomplished' strike

Syria’s move after Trump's 'mission accomplished' strike

AS Donald Trump announced “mission accomplished” after striking Syria’s chemical plants, the nation’s leader was defiant.

Azealia Banks: ‘I was roofied and raped’

Azealia Banks: ‘I was roofied and raped’

TROUBLED singer Azealia Banks says she was drugged and sexually assaulted this weekend, posting details on social media about the ordeal.

Closing Ceremony slammed live on TV

Closing Ceremony slammed live on TV

IN GOBSMACKING footage, Seven’s “furious” host Jo Griggs let rip following the Comm Games Closing Ceremony — tearing strips off the broadcast.

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