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Sat 17 Nov 2018

Khmer leader who killed Aussies sentenced

Khmer leader who killed Aussies sentenced

As the United Nations sentenced Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea for his role in the Cambodian genocide, the court heard how he ordered two Australian deaths.

‘He’s furious’: Trump’s mood darkens

‘He’s furious’: Trump’s mood darkens

Donald Trump’s mood has rapidly deteriorated this week and staffers are desperately trying to avoid his fury.

Trump’s right-hand man arrives in Queensland

Trump’s right-hand man arrives in Queensland

US Vice president Mike Pence has jetted into Cairns amid escalating fears a US-China trade spat will trigger a “domino effect” into cold war in the Indo-Pacific.

Mum’s terrifying moment after turning her back

Mum’s terrifying moment after turning her back

This mum turned her back on her child for a few seconds before she turned back around and got the fright of her life.

Killer dad’s mistress breaks silence

Killer dad’s mistress breaks silence

THE woman who was having an affair with a man who murdered his family says he “lied about everything” and sent her a chilling text the day they died.

‘New tape emerges’ in Khashoggi killing

‘New tape emerges’ in Khashoggi killing

Turkey has claimed to possess new evidence of the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi that contradicts Saudi Arabia’s findings about his death.

Secret tunnels of notorious drug lord El Chapo

Secret tunnels of notorious drug lord El Chapo

The maze of hidden passageways allegedly used by the cocaine cartel to make billions have been exposed in his New York trial.

Fri 16 Nov 2018

WATCH: Incredible footage of reef turtle migration

WATCH: Incredible footage of reef turtle migration

A PHOTOGRAPHER has captured amazing aerial footage of thousands of green sea turtles on their annual nesting migration on the Great Barrier Reef.

Sacked food delivery rider wins case

Sacked food delivery rider wins case

A FOOD delivery rider fired for criticising the conditions he and other workers endured has won a landmark unfair dismissal case.

Foster pulls out of FFA board race

Foster pulls out of FFA board race

Craig Foster has withdrawn his candidacy for the FFA board at the 11th hour, announcing he does not have “the necessary stakeholder support to succeed”

Former Adelaide airport worker shares Australian Open lead

Former Adelaide airport worker shares Australian Open lead

Mechanic turned golfer Max McCardle believes he can go on with the job and win the Australian Open after claiming a share of the halfway lead at The Lakes

Verdict reached in Wilmar Sugar trial into worker's death

Verdict reached in Wilmar Sugar trial into worker's death

The court case into the 2012 Proserpine sugar mill worker death was finalised today.

AFL makes Hall of Fame path easier for women

AFL makes Hall of Fame path easier for women

The AFL has made changes to the Australian Rules Hall of Fame, clearing the path for the first woman inductee

TERRIFIED: Elderly woman cornered by roaming pigs

TERRIFIED: Elderly woman cornered by roaming pigs

'If they had of knocked my mum to the ground they would have killed her'

South Korean grabs back Open lead with hole-in-one

South Korean grabs back Open lead with hole-in-one

Byeong Hun An is back in the lead on day two at the Australian Open courtesy of a hole-in-one, ahead of Matt Kuchar and Australian amateur David Micheluzzi

Why NBA feud is far from over

Why NBA feud is far from over

Draymond Green claims he and Kevin Durant have "moved forward" after their heated argument, but new evidence suggests otherwise

Begg places faith in Our Libretto

Begg places faith in Our Libretto

Trainer Grahame Begg says the Zipping Classic will ­determine plans for his mare Our Libretto next year, including a possible tilt at the Caulfield and Melbourne...

Henriques smashes 152 after baring soul

Henriques smashes 152 after baring soul

NSW have been bowled out for 279 in their Sheffield Shield clash with Queensland in Canberra after all-rounder Moises Henriques hit an aggressive 152

The Project crew kicked off island

The Project crew kicked off island

A FILM crew for The Sunday Project was escorted off Hamilton Island in Queensland in an apparent heavy handed censorship attempt.

Cooper backed to make Wallabies comeback

Cooper backed to make Wallabies comeback

Melbourne Rebels coach believe a season out of Super Rugby has been a good thing for their star recruit Quade Cooper and that he play for the Wallabies again

‘They’ve assured me a spot’: Dragons declare Dufty's staying

‘They’ve assured me a spot’: Dragons declare Dufty's staying

The Dragons have broken their silence over Matt Dufty’s contract situation, declaring their livewire No.1 isn’t going anywhere — despite reports to the contrary

Alan Jones savages ’unwatchable’ Wallabies

Alan Jones savages ’unwatchable’ Wallabies

Ahead of the important Test against Italy, former Wallabies coach Alan Jones has unloaded a brutal smackdown on the current side

Cricket legends caught up in racy promo blunder

Cricket legends caught up in racy promo blunder

Channel 7 is under fire for an inexplicable approach that’s seen the network’s $450 million gamble launch amid potshots and laughter

Australia Post fail caught on CCTV

Australia Post fail caught on CCTV

An Australia Post courier has been caught on CCTV in a bizarre delivery fail resembling something out of a Mr Bean sketch.

Young beef producers step up to the plate

Young beef producers step up to the plate

Young beef producers frock up and suit up for dinner.

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