National News

Tue 12 Nov 2019

Journalist challenges police raid warrant

Journalist challenges police raid warrant

News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst is today challenging a raid on her Canberra home earlier this year in the High Court.

80 per cent off Bali deal drops

80 per cent off Bali deal drops

Pack your bags because one of the biggest travel sales of the year has dropped – and there’s one deal you won’t want to miss.

‘As close to murder as you can get’

‘As close to murder as you can get’

The Supreme Court Justice overseeing a stabbing case allegedly involving NRL star Manase Fainu has revealed just how serious the incident is.

Body found floating in Sydney Harbour

Body found floating in Sydney Harbour

A body has been discovered floating in the water at popular Circular Quay this morning. Police are investigating.

'We support backburning': Greens hit back over blame game

'We support backburning': Greens hit back over blame game

Barnaby Joyce has blamed The Greens for increased bushfire threat due to its opposition to backburning - but the party says it agrees with fire authorities.

How to score a $12 iPhone tonight

How to score a $12 iPhone tonight

One of the biggest sale events in the country is just hours away. Here’s how you can bag a bargain on TVs, electronics and even holidays.

Transport operators hailed as heroes during bushfire crisis

Transport operators hailed as heroes during bushfire crisis

JIM Pearson Transport staff have been hailed as heroes of our community after helping transport medical equipment during the bushfires.

Road closures in NSW and QLD due to fires

Road closures in NSW and QLD due to fires

Here is the full list of road closures as a result of the Queensland and New South Wales bushfire emergency.

'Stupid' Tasmanian truck driver takes two disabled spots

'Stupid' Tasmanian truck driver takes two disabled spots

A truck driver has been called "bloody stupid" after being spotted taking up two disabled parking spaces at a convention centre.

Worst weather fears coming true

Worst weather fears coming true

Millions are being warned to brace for a “dangerous day” ahead amid soaring temperatures — as bushfires threaten NSW and QLD.

Greedy banks’ new plan to screw Aussies

Greedy banks’ new plan to screw Aussies

It was a scheme designed to give young Aussies a helping hand. But banks are allegedly devising a sneaky and “unfair” tactic to undo it.

Strike teams ready as bush fire risk escalates

Strike teams ready as bush fire risk escalates

"IT'S not just the fires, trees will be down, roads are narrow and as we saw in Victorian 2009 fires, people died in their cars because they could not get out".

Boeing: 737 MAX to fly again in January

Boeing: 737 MAX to fly again in January

Boeing says its 737 MAX should resume commercial flights in January but the FAA has reiterated it hasn't set a time frame for ending the grounding of the plane.

‘Do not expect a knock on the door’

‘Do not expect a knock on the door’

As Australia prepares for catastrophic and unprecedented conditions, the fire chiefs have a blunt warning for people in danger.

Family’s heartbreaking return home

Family’s heartbreaking return home

Families are returning to their homes to find nothing but ash and rubble after uncontrollable bushfires “zigzagged” through their neighbourhoods on Friday.

Maps reveal potential 'catastrophic' danger

Maps reveal potential 'catastrophic' danger

Up to 20,000 firefighters in NSW and parts of QLD are bracing for a day of "catastrophic" danger with shocking maps showing the potential spread of devastation. 

Telling difference in Georgie’s send-off

Telling difference in Georgie’s send-off

Georgie Gardner was given a short send-off from Today yesterday after being dumped as host. It couldn’t have been more different from 2014.

LIST: 600 NSW schools closed due to fire

LIST: 600 NSW schools closed due to fire

SCHOOLS will be closed all across NSW as bushfires hit the state. There are now 600 on the list.

Student’s brutal question for ScoMo

Student’s brutal question for ScoMo

A student stole the show on Monday night’s Q&A with a simple question for the PM — while another guest’s bizarre PR pitch left viewers fuming.

Mon 11 Nov 2019

Michael Zerafa breaks silence after Dwight Ritchie tragedy

Michael Zerafa breaks silence after Dwight Ritchie tragedy

Boxing champion Michael Zerafa has broken his silence after Dwight Ritchie died in a horror training accident that rocked the boxing world.

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