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Fri 7 Aug 2020

'18 too many': Candlelight vigil for baby Beau Bradshaw

Premium Content '18 too many': Candlelight vigil for baby Beau Bradshaw

A vigil held just days after police charged Beau Bradshaw’s father with his son’s alleged murder.

Which state wants AFL Grand Final more?

Premium Content Which state wants AFL Grand Final more?

South Australia is set to push its case for the AFL Grand Final to be staged at Adelaide Oval, but the government’s bid is lagging behind Western Australia and...

Secrets of Rebel’s incredible weight loss

Secrets of Rebel’s incredible weight loss

The Pitch Perfect star has labelled 2020 her “year of health” and hasn’t let coronavirus derail her plans – here’s how she’s shed the kilos.

No relief for international arrivals

No relief for international arrivals

The national cabinet has agreed to keep caps on international arrivals in place to avoid putting strain on the hotel quarantine system.

Greyhound trainer stitched up dog without anaesthetic

Premium Content Greyhound trainer stitched up dog without anaesthetic

Racing tribunal disqualifies a greyhound trainer for using a ‘needle and thread’ on a mauled dog without anaesthetic or veterinary qualifications.

How to get your superhero fix

How to get your superhero fix

It’s been slim pickings for those holding out for a hero in the COVID-era, but from Wonder Woman and Watchmen to Stargirl there’s something for everyone.

Winners of national Indigenous art awards revealed

Premium Content Winners of national Indigenous art awards revealed

Winners of the National Aborigina and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards have been announced in Darwin tonight. See the full list of winners here.

Harry Styles’ staggering solo earnings

Harry Styles’ staggering solo earnings

Since One Direction split up in 2016, Harry Styles has been working as a solo artist and he’s made a huge amount of money.

YouTube prankster cops plea and avoids conviction

Premium Content YouTube prankster cops plea and avoids conviction

A filmmaker who landed in hot water with the law after submerging himself in a car and driving it to the bottle shop has avoided conviction.

'Dad, please calm down’: Child deals with vicious rage

Premium Content 'Dad, please calm down’: Child deals with vicious rage

A Caboolture magistrate has heard how the child of a man in a rage towards his partner had to calm their father down.

Supermarket giants stick to product limits

Premium Content Supermarket giants stick to product limits

Supermarket giants say their supply chains are not at risk but many items in Victoria will remain restricted as the state battles through lockdown 2.0.

Tips to get your kitchen pantry in order

Tips to get your kitchen pantry in order

Get inspired during lockdown with top expert tips on how to organise your kitchen pantry so you can always find what you need and keep everything clean.

Mum accused of poisoning baby with ice

Mum accused of poisoning baby with ice

A woman has denied allegations she poisoned her seven-week-old baby with drugs at a Sydney home two years ago.

'I was sacked on my first night on the job'

'I was sacked on my first night on the job'

When it comes to epic failures I’ve had a few, but most pale in comparison to my career as a waiter when I was sacked during my first shift, writes Phil Brown.

Drunken dance with a Bonsai tree turns ugly

Premium Content Drunken dance with a Bonsai tree turns ugly

A birthday party at a popular pub descended into chaos after an intoxicated man turfed out for dancing with a Bonsai tree charged at a female police officer.

NRL Covidiots fined $45,000

Premium Content NRL Covidiots fined $45,000

The NRL has come down hard on Wayne Bennett, Paul Vaughan and Allan Langer imposing heavy fines on all three for their breach of the code’s bubble protocols.

Popular cooking school collapses

Premium Content Popular cooking school collapses

The chef who runs a popular cooking schools has tipped the company into liquidation, making for another sad casualty in the hospitality sector.

Explosive Gabba stories to stay secret

Premium Content Explosive Gabba stories to stay secret

The memoirs of a cricket official are published 26 years after they were written. Some secrets can be revealed, but some tales can never see the light of day.

Drug-fuelled police chase captured on video

Drug-fuelled police chase captured on video

A dad led police on a wild drug-fuelled 27-minute car chase because he felt “untouchable” when he was “on the juice”.

Teen takes over mum’s driving in ‘outrageous’ police chase

Premium Content Teen takes over mum’s driving in ‘outrageous’ police chase

A teenager climbed onto his mother’s lap while she was driving to force control of the car they were in during a police chase.

Charlize Theron movies you should’ve seen

Charlize Theron movies you should’ve seen

Whether you’re a superman or a casual admirer, there’s a Charlize Theron movie for everyone to watch this weekend.

Shock twist in socialite drug dealer case

Shock twist in socialite drug dealer case

A socialite was 'seduced' into taking part in a multimillion-dollar cocaine plot that involved no real drugs, a court has heard.

Inside gold robber’s ‘silly’ multimillion-dollar heist

Premium Content Inside gold robber’s ‘silly’ multimillion-dollar heist

A man behind a larg heist has admitted to staging the multimillion-dollar robbery in a “very silly” bid to make a quick buck.

New dad uses army book to deliver baby on Sydney’s M4

Premium Content New dad uses army book to deliver baby on Sydney’s M4

A new father has credited an army survival handbook for helping deliver his daughter on the side of a freeway during peak hour on Thursday.

Radio escapes Melbourne on exemption

Premium Content Radio escapes Melbourne on exemption

After being trapped in Melbourne since March, comedian Nick Cody finally got an exemption to return to Brisbane, where he is now in a hotel quarantine.

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