National News

Tue 25 Sep 2018

Gavrilova, Barty upstage big guns in China

Gavrilova, Barty upstage big guns in China

AUSTRALIANS Ash Barty and Daria Gavrilova took big scalps to move into the second round at the Wuhan Open in China.

DOGGONE IT: The trick you could be missing in your business

DOGGONE IT: The trick you could be missing in your business

A NEW report has highlighted the success of subscription services in boosting business revenue in an increasingly mobile-driven digital environment.

Amazon ‘half as popular’ as eBay

premium_icon Amazon ‘half as popular’ as eBay

RETAIL giant Amazon promised to revolutionise the way Australians shop but a new report reveals it is only half as popular as the leading shopping marketplace.

PM’s plan for new inclusive national day

PM’s plan for new inclusive national day

WITH calls for Australia Day to be moved from January 26, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has proposed a new national day.

Man in fatal yacht capsizing heading to Qld

Man in fatal yacht capsizing heading to Qld

The 72-year-old man who died after his sailing boat capsized in rough seas off Sydney was on his way to Bundaberg in Queensland.

Lily Allen’s final encounter with doomed star

Lily Allen’s final encounter with doomed star

THE bombshells from Lily Allen’s book continue, with the singer revealing she was one of the last people to see Paula Yates alive.

Best and worst Brownlow looks

Best and worst Brownlow looks

THE WAGs of Aussie Rules have hit the red carpet in Melbourne for one of the most gleeful events on our fashion calendar.

Uber adds triple-0 calls to its app

Uber adds triple-0 calls to its app

AUSTRALIAN Uber riders will be able to call police for help from within its app, in the company’s latest attempt to allay fears.

Humiliating blow for Treasurer in bid for new seat

premium_icon Humiliating blow for Treasurer in bid for new seat

TREASURER Dominic Perrottet has been dealt a humiliating blow after being forced to walk away from his bid to contest his Cabinet colleague’s seat after the...

New drink driving laws slammed by experts

premium_icon New drink driving laws slammed by experts

NEW laws allowing drivers to be hit with on-the-spot fines for drink driving instead of fronting court have been slammed by legal experts for providing “no...

PM’s jab at councils as he reveals indigenous day plan

premium_icon PM’s jab at councils as he reveals indigenous day plan

SCOTT Morrison wants to create a new national day — separate from Australia Day — to honour and acknowledge the history of indigenous Australians. The PM insisted...

Byron Council stripped of Australia Day honour

premium_icon Byron Council stripped of Australia Day honour

PRIME Minister Scott Morrison has slammed councils for morphing into ‘mini versions of the United Nations’.

What cost ABC boss her $891K job

What cost ABC boss her $891K job

IT WAS the plum role that came with a wage of almost $1m. But insiders say a series of fatal errors led Michelle Guthrie to be unceremoniously dumped as the ABC’s...

Nan reels in monster barra

premium_icon Nan reels in monster barra

THE exuberance of youth has proven no match for a grandmother’s intuition when it comes to barramundi fishing.

Mon 24 Sep 2018

Bali nightmare after woman’s horror discovery

Bali nightmare after woman’s horror discovery

AFTER receiving horrific news in Bali, Kristen Dineen desperately needs a travel insurance payout. But a strict catch has made that impossible.

Missing girl’s mafia relatives

Missing girl’s mafia relatives

MISSING Melbourne teenager Sienna Barbaro, 15, has relatives in the Australian mafia Australian mafia including four gangsters named Pasquale Barbaro.

Queensland sailor killed after yacht capsized

premium_icon Queensland sailor killed after yacht capsized

EXPERIENCED yachtie Terry Annesley was sailing home to his wife with crew member Jacinta Hip, 24, in a boat when it capsized on a trip to Bundaberg.

Phone call could ‘crash prices 80pc’

Phone call could ‘crash prices 80pc’

IF A major financial crisis hits, this is the phone call that could determine whether our property market crashes by 40 per cent — or double that.

Tears flow for Coast’s ‘sensitive heart’

premium_icon Tears flow for Coast’s ‘sensitive heart’

HUNDREDS of mourners gathered to farewell schoolgirl Olivia June Douglas, nearly two weeks after her life was tragically cut short.

Pizza Hut to give away free pizzas

Pizza Hut to give away free pizzas

IF YOU have made the commitment to go on a diet you may want to suspend that for a spell. Pizza Hut are about to give away 18,000 free pizzas across Australia.

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