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Wed 14 Nov 2018

TV reporter’s great response to heckler

TV reporter’s great response to heckler

A Seven News reporter furiously confronted a far-right activist who interrupted her live broadcast during the Bourke Street terror attack.

Carpark shooting accused's unusual bail request

premium_icon Carpark shooting accused's unusual bail request

After daytime shooting allegation, Franck Nemcek's interstate travels continue

How trolley man will spend $136k

How trolley man will spend $136k

Australia’s terrorist-fighting superhero is slowly beginning to turn his life around with an enormous sum of cash. Here’s how he plans to spend it.

‘Atrocious’: New detail on killing tape

‘Atrocious’: New detail on killing tape

A Saudi official who heard the recording of Jamal Khashoggi’s killing reportedly said it was so shocking, only “someone on heroin” could have done it.

Blue Card changes follow school scandal

premium_icon Blue Card changes follow school scandal

More changes to strengthen child protection laws in Queensland have been made in the wake of a primary school sex scandal.

Gangland hard man’s end in Carl Williams’ ‘torture room’

premium_icon Gangland hard man’s end in Carl Williams’ ‘torture room’

Police issued a warning to the underworld on bodies being dumped on streets. So Carl Williams’ next victim ended up in a bin stuffed down a stormwater drain.

Town 'forgiving' after father falls to drug plague

premium_icon Town 'forgiving' after father falls to drug plague

'Recipe for disaster' as reckless man had bullets in home during drug bender

Waleed shredded over tense stand-off

Waleed shredded over tense stand-off

In town promoting upcoming fights, UFC boss Dana White walked into an ambush on The Project. But the blowtorch quickly turned on Waleed Aly.

Shock at X-rated wine label

Shock at X-rated wine label

A certain bottle of wine has recently gained a lot of attention on social media after a customer found what looked like a very rude mistake on the label.

Prisoners bugged to prevent terror attacks

premium_icon Prisoners bugged to prevent terror attacks

Law enforcement officials will soon have the power to use surveillance devices in jail cells under new laws to prevent terrorism.

The problem with Guthrie’s latest ABC accusation

premium_icon The problem with Guthrie’s latest ABC accusation

Accusing someone of inappropriate behaviour in the workplace can ruin a person’s career. Something Michelle Guthrie is likely aware of, writes Miranda Devine.

Woman’s haunting cry during fatal attack

premium_icon Woman’s haunting cry during fatal attack

Neighbours have told of the terrifying final moments of a woman stabbed to death at Tweed Heads, saying they heard her cry out: “Think of the boys.’’

Family's shock after fatal crash: 'We have to stop this'

premium_icon Family's shock after fatal crash: 'We have to stop this'

THE family of a man who fatally hit a cyclist on the Pacific Highway near Ballina have told an inquest they were worried about his ability to drive.

Former James Nash student to play at the Australian Open

premium_icon Former James Nash student to play at the Australian Open

Charlie had to outplay 80 top professional and amateur players to make the cut.

ABC could be without a boss for six months

premium_icon ABC could be without a boss for six months

The childish mudslinging between its top brass that has seen both the ABC chair and its managing director exit could leave our public broadcaster rudderless.

Calls to end airport curfew as it’s costing billions

premium_icon Calls to end airport curfew as it’s costing billions

It is a divisive issue that has split Sydney for more than 50 years — the curfew and restrictions on Sydney Airport.

Electrician risks his employees' jobs with steroids

premium_icon Electrician risks his employees' jobs with steroids

Business owner had a stash of steroids, testosterone and ecstasy

Big problem with ScoMo’s claim

Big problem with ScoMo’s claim

In the wake of the Bourke Street terror attack, the PM has pointed the finger at Muslims for not doing enough to stop extremists. Is that fair?

Sinister reason GPS is no longer working

Sinister reason GPS is no longer working

The GPS signal guiding ships, aircraft, trucks and troops has started to fail. Something odd is happening and there’s a worrying reason behind it.

'UN-AUSTRALIAN': Vet kicked out of Remembrance Day lunch

premium_icon 'UN-AUSTRALIAN': Vet kicked out of Remembrance Day lunch

MATESHIP, getting a fair go and egalitarianism. Those are what some might call the pillars of Australian culture, especially for those who've served.

Outrageous requests of Sex Island guests

Outrageous requests of Sex Island guests

The group behind the world’s most controversial holiday is spilling the drug and sex secrets of the cashed-up men who visit.

CNN sues Trump after wild clash

CNN sues Trump after wild clash

CNN is filing a lawsuit against the President after a “doctored” video drama ended with a reporter losing his press pass.

I found my cure for loneliness

premium_icon I found my cure for loneliness

I overcame my loneliness with therapy and a new-found comfort in my own company, but not everyone is able to find the same peace, writes Margaret Wenham.

Is this the worst Uber driver on the road?

premium_icon Is this the worst Uber driver on the road?

A run-in with an angry driver who couldn’t follow directions ended with me booted from his car and finishing my journey on foot, writes Mike O’Connor.

Little girl’s beautiful Christmas gift

premium_icon Little girl’s beautiful Christmas gift

SHE’S the cheeky little girl who wasn’t expected to make it to last Christmas. Now Paige Skarratts is expecting a beautiful gift this year.

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