National News

Wed 24 Oct 2018

Man’s heartbreaking letter from a psych ward

Man’s heartbreaking letter from a psych ward

RYAN Heffernan has been sectioned. Again. But he’s painfully aware of the damage his disease has caused.

Trained to fight and save lives: ‘Down and dirty medicine’

premium_icon Trained to fight and save lives: ‘Down and dirty medicine’

A Voodoo Medic is a “trump card” on the battlefield. Their elite training is “a guarantee that we’re able to deal with any situation”.

‘Traumatic time’: Injuries suggest violent death

premium_icon ‘Traumatic time’: Injuries suggest violent death

TOYAH Cordingley had ‘visible’ and ‘violent’ injuries to her body, police sources say, as detectives continue desperate hunt for her brutal killer.

GoFundMe to refund on ‘sham’ campaigns

premium_icon GoFundMe to refund on ‘sham’ campaigns

GULLIBLE donors deceived into funding sham crowd-funding projects will get their money back under new regulations to be announced today by GoFundMe.

‘She didn’t have to go — we could’ve saved her’

premium_icon ‘She didn’t have to go — we could’ve saved her’

Voodoo Medic Brad Watts describes the gut-wrenching anguish of losing the battle to save a five-year-old girl injured in a catastrophic landmine explosion.

New law to make adoption easier for couples

premium_icon New law to make adoption easier for couples

Adopting NSW children will be easier under a reform that will require foster kids to be adopted within a certain number of years of entering child protection.

Inside Royal couple’s short stay in paradise

premium_icon Inside Royal couple’s short stay in paradise

IT was a stay fit for a king – or a prince, at least. Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan of Sussex lapped up spectacular water views and had a private balcony spa.

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