‘MAKES NO SENSE’: Amazon blasted over its launch strategy
EBAY and Gerry Harvey have launched a last-minute pitch to the Australian people — shop with Amazon at your peril.
McCormack’s worst nightmare
WARNING: Confronting content
We’re headed for commuter chaos
ON FIRST glance, Sydney Trains’ most recent planned trackwork map looks like a gift from the commuting Gods. Almost every line is shaded grey, meaning there ...
Hutchence’s brother pens explosive letter
IT has been 20 years since rock star Michael Hutchence was found dead in a Sydney hotel on November 22 in 1997.
Dark story behind Winnie-the-Pooh
EVEN if you’re not particularly fond of children, the kid actor, Will Tilston, that plays the young Christopher Robin is cuteness personified. And if you do ...
Mystery surrounds soldier’s ‘missing organs’
A SOLDIER’S mysterious death and the removal of vital organs from his body including his brain and heart has left his angry family asking hard questions.
Olympic and Sydney Football stadiums to be knocked down
The Olympic Stadium and the Sydney Football Stadium will be demolished and rebuilt in a $2 billion overhaul signed off by New South Wales Cabinet today.
Tree changer breathes new life into historic Beechworth b...
A historic brewery in Victoria that has not produced beer since the days of prohibition gets a facelift by a man who left his Melbourne marketing job behind.
Liberals line up to take down Barnett after interview sle...
Fresh conflict breaks out in the Liberal Party as former WA premier Colin Barnett launches an extraordinary attack on his former cabinet colleagues, promptin...
Liberals take down Colin Barnett after interview sledging...
Fresh conflict breaks out in the Liberal Party as former WA premier Colin Barnett launches an extraordinary attack on his former cabinet colleagues, promptin...
Energy cartel laws waived for food processors desperate t...
A group of energy intensive food processors gain exception to cartel laws to tender for cheaper electricity and gas.
Franco pays tribute to The Room in doomed bromance tragic...
Crowds still flock to screenings of the 2003 film The Room, for a so-bad-it's-good fix. But James Franco's new feature about how it was made is a thoughtful ...
‘Australia’s worst fears’ surface
Live Ashes cricket
Poms’ vulgar sledge about Warner’s wife
AS FAMOUS for their vocal chords as for their mad love of cricket, England’s Barmy Army love putting their own twist on popular songs – often at Australia’s ...
‘The crocs kept going for the dog’
TWO men were forced to sleep on the roof of their car for five days after becoming stuck in a crocodile-infested area of the Kimberley region of Western Aust...
‘Womanspreading’ takes over Instagram
WOMANSPREADING is the latest trend taking Instagram by storm and is likely to be filling your feed in 2018.
Pollie under attack over rape joke
FORMER Liberal MP John Alexander has been forced to apologise after a video surfaced of him telling a joke about rape.
Teachers told to not say ‘girls’
TEACHERS in the UK have been advised to stop calling female pupils “girls” as it “reminds them of their gender”.
Help rejected for missing sub
HOPES that the missing Argentinian submarine may be found have been dashed after investigators conceded they “have no trace” of the vessel.
Ryan Phelan has faked an orgasm a couple of times
Channel Seven reporter Ryan Phelan, 43, previously revealed in an interview with Cleo magazine, that he has faked an orgasm a couple of times.
Cardinal George Pell's defence team seeks documents from ...
Cardinal George Pell's legal defence team has requested documents from an ABC journalist who wrote a book about the historical sex offences allegedly committ...
Massive Tigerair birthday sale causes its website to crash
Low cost airline Tigerair has released bargain domestic flight fares in celebration of its 10th birthday, making it more affordable than ever to book an Aust...
Stadium bill to soar above $2b following cabinet approval
Two of Sydney's major sports stadiums will be demolished and rebuilt at a cost of $2 billion.
Roxy Jacenko showcases the massive orders for Pixie’s bows
PR queen Roxy Jacenko has showcased the multitude of orders coming in for Pixie's Bows.
Bloodlines: Hinchinbrook colt tops day one results at Kar...
The opening session of the Ready To Run Sale of 2YOs at Karaka in New Zealand on Wednesday provided another smashing success and the continuation of a record...
John Alexander's joke about rape 'utterly unacceptable' –...
PM says he agrees with decision of Liberals’ Bennelong candidate to unreservedly apologise for joke he made 20 years ago ​Malcolm Turnbull has described a jo...
Inside the career of judge Dread Paul Conlon
A no-nonsense Sydney judge dubbed The Rottweiler' by his colleagues and 'Judge Dread' by the media has been praised for locking up a vile paedophile for deca...
James Bulger killer Venables back in jail for child porn
The 35-year-old (pictured in was arrested last week after officials making a routine visit to his home discovered the vile images on his computer and alerted...
Honey Birdette releases ad showing model straddling Santa
Honey Birdette's new ad proudly states 'We gave Santa the night off, sorry kids!' and shows Santa ogling the models and even slapping one of their derrières.
Why I love viruses
There are several viruses that moonlight as cancer-killing superheroes.
Darkness isn't what it used to be - and that's not good
Artificial lights are eating away at dark nights and this has implications for ecological and evolutionary implications.
Police enter Manus detention centre
Papua New Guinea authorities are urging asylum seekers who remain there to leave, Australia confirms.
Mother who killed and dumped daughter escapes extra jail
A mother who admitted to suffocating her 15-month-old daughter before throwing her body into a suburban Melbourne creek won't be sent to jail. 
Call to ban sex between uni faculty members and students
Academics at RMIT University in Melbourne are calling for Australian universities to institute a blanket ban on sex between faculty members and students.
With fans like these, there's no doubt Test cricket is he...
Traditional cricket is alive and well, judging by the fans teeming into Brisbane's 'Gabba' for Ashes Day 1, writes Catherine McGregor.
Watchdog investigates Canberra airport landing that damag...
The plane hit the runway and was badly damaged as it flew in from Sydney on Sunday.
Woman raises more than $80K for homeless man who helped...
A New Jersey woman who was helped by a homeless man after she ran out of gas on an interstate in Philadelphia has raised more than $90,000 for the good Samar...
NBN customers flood Facebook with complaints on internet
Outraged NBN customers are flocking to the internet provider's Facebook in droves to complain about their service, as thousands around the country struggle t...
Friends survive four nights on ute in crocodile swamp
Beau Bryce-Maurice, 37, and Charlie Williams, 19 - along with their dog Mindee - survived four nights in remote WA on the roof of their bogged ute as hungry ...
Same-sex marriage debate could yet claim Malcolm Turnbull...
The imbroglio over religious freedom protections has left the Prime Minister in a bind.
WA employers use 'Aussie experience' excuse not to hire m...
"The problem seems to be with employers who use 'a lack of Australian experience' as justification not to hire migrant workers."
Mladic conviction closes dark chapter, but new European e...
It was the closing of one of Europe's most shameful chapters of atrocity and bloodletting since World War II.
Treasurer Scott Morrison calls in the banks amid backbenc...
Treasurer Scott Morrison will call in Australia's banks on Thursday in a bid to head off a backbench push for a banking royal commission.
Ex-Masters stores open just as Amazon wave hits Australia
The long-expected makeover of the former Masters stores is rolling out just as the Amazon wave hits Australian retailing.
The Premier survives another day in the wilds of the Quee...
The urge to get between a camera lens and a furry animal becomes unbearable for many politicians nearing the end of a wearying election campaign, and Queensl...
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