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Thu 13 Dec 2018

Brace yourselves: Cyclone Owen compared to 2013 disaster

Brace yourselves: Cyclone Owen compared to 2013 disaster

QUEENSLANDERS should brace themselves for a weekend of soaking, potentially dangerous weather

Windfall from tech giant tax crackdown

Windfall from tech giant tax crackdown

AUSTRALIA is reaping an extra $200 million a year in tax due to a crackdown on tech giants such as Google, Microsoft, Apple and Facebook.

World's best building: Retirees live in a jungle in the sky

World's best building: Retirees live in a jungle in the sky

A RETIREMENT community has taken out the 2018 Building of the Year Award at the ‘Oscars of Architecture’ – the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam.

Tragic final months of anguished mum

Tragic final months of anguished mum

When these two beloved kids were brutally murdered in their own home, their Sydney mother made a devastating realisation.

Arnott’s transforms iconic biscuits into Sundaes

Arnott’s transforms iconic biscuits into Sundaes

Iconic Aussie brand Arnott’s have released a new range of sundaes that combine their classic biscuit favourites with delicious ice cream.

Cops called over ‘fake’ $350k scratchie

Cops called over ‘fake’ $350k scratchie

Dad-of-four Eric Walker claims he won $350,000 on a $5 scratchie — but lottery officials say the card was ‘doctored’.

Gamer’s slight smile as he faces court

Gamer’s slight smile as he faces court

The Sydney gamer, who livestreamed allegedly assaulting his pregnant partner in front of their two kids, let out a slight smile in court today.

How Kate upset the Queen’s staff

How Kate upset the Queen’s staff

Meghan Markle might be copping all the heat right now, but it wasn’t so long ago that Kate Middleton caused a stir in the royal household.

Disgust at dad’s sick text while travelling

Disgust at dad’s sick text while travelling

A father and son have caused outrage after appearing to make fun of a very sensitive topic in a disturbing text exchange.

Theresa May survives no confidence vote

Theresa May survives no confidence vote

British PM Theresa May has won a confidence vote against her, after vowing to fight efforts to oust her from the job.

George Pell removed from Vatican role

George Pell removed from Vatican role

Australian Cardinal George Pell has been removed from Pope Francis’ inner circle of advisers, according to the Vatican.

Mother of slain children found dead

Mother of slain children found dead

An outpouring of grief has swept the nation after a mother was found dead in her home months after her ex executed their two kids in the same house.

May will resign before next election

May will resign before next election

UK PM Theresa May has pledged to stand down before the next election but not before Brexit is sorted out as MPs head to a secret ballot to decide her fate.

Backlash over ‘disgusting’ figurines

Backlash over ‘disgusting’ figurines

An Aussie bargain shop chain has been forced to remove a bizarre product from its shelves after copping a major backlash on social media.

Mystery spaceship hole conspiracy

Mystery spaceship hole conspiracy

Cosmonauts have inspected a “small but dangerous” hole in Russian spacecraft Soyuz as sinister rumours fly about who or what made it.

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