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Sat 25 May 2019

Swans and Pies were brothers in arms in Indigenous Round

Swans and Pies were brothers in arms in Indigenous Round

Eddie McGuire’s rocky relationship with Sydney hasn’t thawed just yet but Collingwood and Swans players have shown what really matters in footy

‘Outstanding’ Lealiifano stakes World Cup claim

‘Outstanding’ Lealiifano stakes World Cup claim

Brumbies coach Dan McKellar believes in-form Christian Lealiifano should be recalled to wear the Wallabies No.10 jersey at the World Cup

GoT star’s surprising new look

GoT star’s surprising new look

Now that she’s no longer playing Sansa Stark, Sophie Turner has undergone a bit of a hair transformation — and she looks nothing like her GoT character.

Trump drags Australia into FBI probe

Trump drags Australia into FBI probe

In a historic first, President Donald Trump has publicly named Australia for its role in the “Russia hoax” and FBI probe.

Dark true story behind Rocket Man

Dark true story behind Rocket Man

In 1975, Elton John played the biggest show of his career, but just two days beforehand, he was in a very dark place. WARNING: Confronting

Travel chaos as Bali volcano erupts

Travel chaos as Bali volcano erupts

Bali’s airport has cancelled flights following the eruption of Mount Agung volcano, which spread ash over the Indonesian island.

Was Spice Girls show worth the hype?

Was Spice Girls show worth the hype?

It was the much-hyped reunion two decades in the making. So do the Spice Girls still have that old Spice magic?

Vivid Sydney 2019: Colours and fun for child in all of us

Vivid Sydney 2019: Colours and fun for child in all of us

VIVID Sydney is best seen through the eyes of a child. Especially if a visit to an electric playground is on your list of things to do.

Lawyer X royal commission extended

Lawyer X royal commission extended

The Lawyer X royal commission has been extended into next year and given an extra funding by the Victorian government as its investigation of the use of police...

Intruder ‘breaks in’, cleans home

Intruder ‘breaks in’, cleans home

A man came home from work to find his usually messy house had been broken into — and cleaned from top to bottom.

Theresa May’s wackiest moments

Theresa May’s wackiest moments

UK PM Theresa May is leaving, but not without gifting us with memories of funny faces, awkward walks, and who can forget the robot dancing?

Spice Girls hit stage for reunion

Spice Girls hit stage for reunion

The Spice Girls have made a triumphant return to the stage seven years after they last performed together.

Teen tells of survival: ‘I was smarter’ than killer

Teen tells of survival: ‘I was smarter’ than killer

Jayme Closs, 13, has spoken about being abducted by a man who held her captive in a remote cabin for three months after murdering her parents.

How cops caught our worst paedophile

How cops caught our worst paedophile

AUTHORITIES have revealed how a mission by Australian police to hunt down the country’s worst paedophile saw the rescue of 50 children.

The man who could be prime minister

The man who could be prime minister

After Theresa May announced her departure, Boris Johnson is leading the race to find a way out of Brexit Britain’s hellish predicament.

Fri 24 May 2019

British PM Theresa May resigns

British PM Theresa May resigns

An emotional Theresa May has quit as British Prime Minister after she failed to get her Brexit deal through, which has opened up a new leadership race.

Kayla slammed for 3-week post baby body

Kayla slammed for 3-week post baby body

FITNESS guru Kayla Itsines has showed off her post-baby body and while some labelled it ‘amazing’ others have been more critical.

High honour for Hawke after death

High honour for Hawke after death

AFTER an outpouring of grief about the death of Bob Hawke, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced how the nation will honour him.

Fittler takes left-field approach again with Blues' prep

Fittler takes left-field approach again with Blues' prep

NSW coach Brad Fittler has brought a left-field relaxation and wellbeing technique to his State of Origin camp in the hope of giving his Blues boys a leg-up

Roos and coach Brad Scott 'could part company within weeks'

Roos and coach Brad Scott 'could part company within weeks'

North Melbourne's Brad Scott says speculation about his coaching future at the club is fair but not something he wants to buy into.

Sunlight locked in as latest Everest runner

Sunlight locked in as latest Everest runner

Elite filly Sunlight, who boasts Group 1 wins at weight-for-age and under handicap conditions, has become the fourth runner to secure a start in the $14 million The...

Speedsters will cop $1658 fine in one state

Speedsters will cop $1658 fine in one state

DRIVERS in one Aussie state will soon be paying hundreds of dollars more for common driving offences under a major fines and fees overhaul.

Banana Shire hosts writers and illustrators festival

Banana Shire hosts writers and illustrators festival

The Giant Book Sale will be at the St Gabriel's Hall, just behind the library, and will have a variety of books to suit everyone

Protesters shut down CBD in snap rally

Protesters shut down CBD in snap rally

PROTESTERS gathered in Melbourne in a snap display against climate change inaction.

Forget the SUVs, this baby's got Sportback and style

Forget the SUVs, this baby's got Sportback and style

Spectacular styling and V8-like power of the Audi A7 Sportback has the ability to lure the brave away from the SUV craze.

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