National News

Mon 18 Feb 2019

Festival organisers meet for ‘crisis talks’

Festival organisers meet for ‘crisis talks’

Representatives from more than 30 festivals are meeting today to discuss NSW’s proposed licensing system after likening it to a “form of punishment”.

Shock supermarket price hike for Woolies

Shock supermarket price hike for Woolies

It’s the controversial product at the centre of the supermarket wars but now one of the big two has said it will axe the low price.

Liberals paid $423 million to island beach shack

Liberals paid $423 million to island beach shack

A COMPANY registered to a beach shack at the end of a dirt road somehow won a lucrative contract worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

Protesters hold 'national forest uprising'

Protesters hold 'national forest uprising'

Protecting koala habitat was the main focus of rallies across NSW and the ACT last week

Man drowns, another missing in river

Man drowns, another missing in river

The search will resume this morning at Wilberforce, north-west of Sydney, for a man, 50, who reportedly fell off a jetski after it did a sharp turn.

Labor savaged in shock poll

Labor savaged in shock poll

Labor has suffered a sharp fall in popular support after a public stoush over refugees and border security in the lead-up to the election.

Sun 17 Feb 2019

Sperm donor’s goal to father 2500 kids

Sperm donor’s goal to father 2500 kids

He’s already fathered more than 100 children, with minimal medical checks, now ‘Joe Donor’ plans to impregnate 15 Aussie women.

20-hour flight saves Aussie $85k

20-hour flight saves Aussie $85k

NEIL McLean was facing a staggering $100,000 bill. But one drastic solution shaved off tens of thousands of dollars.

Intruder dies after struggle with resident

Intruder dies after struggle with resident

A Sydney man was quizzed by police after an intruder he confronted in his lounge room died at the scene after a struggle.

Bride’s trick to shedding calories

Bride’s trick to shedding calories

Six weeks before her wedding, this bride found herself stuck in a moon boot and unable to exercise — so she tried something totally bizarre.

Potentially deadly airbags still on the road

Potentially deadly airbags still on the road

Potentially deadly Takata airbags are installed in a huge number of cars in Australia but not everyone can get them fixed straight away.

Why we cave into cravings

Why we cave into cravings

Those closest to us can be our best friends or worst enemies when it comes to food, and what we choose to eat everyday.

Mum‘s incredible six-pack transformation

Mum‘s incredible six-pack transformation

A mother-of-two has revealed the exercises behind her toned tummy while still indulging in some of her favourite desserts.

Shark attack: ‘I heard his screams’

Shark attack: ‘I heard his screams’

The mate of a surfer who was attacked by a shark this morning has described the frenzied scene as the incident unfolded.

Tragic MAFS horrors that ignited it all

Tragic MAFS horrors that ignited it all

The putrid mess of Ines and Sam began well before this year’s series began. And it involved even more questionable people.

The rift that destroyed Savage Garden

The rift that destroyed Savage Garden

When Savage Garden was at the height of their fame, they threw it all away. Fresh comments show the pair’s relationship has never recovered.

BUSHFIRE: Fireys to work throughout the day to contain fire

BUSHFIRE: Fireys to work throughout the day to contain fire

LATEST: Queensland Fire and Emergency Services are warning residents to stay up to date with the Wallangarra and Eukey bushfire situation.

Aussies blocked from lifesaving heart check-up test

Aussies blocked from lifesaving heart check-up test

Millions of Australians have risk factors for heart disease but they don’t know it and funding for a simple check up has been blocked.

Beauty therapist minutes away from death

Beauty therapist minutes away from death

BEAUTY therapist and entrepreneur Helene Sheehan had no inkling she was about to die. She thought it was just bad indigestion.

Sat 16 Feb 2019

Town’s cheeky nod to iconic biscuit

Town’s cheeky nod to iconic biscuit

It’s the national day of our favourite sweet treat and one Aussie town is celebrating in style.

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