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‘WHAT WILL IT TAKE?’ NZ action proves ‘there is a sickness in America’

In one week and after just one massacre, Jacinda Ardern has radically reformed New Zealand. America, it shouldn’t be this hard.

PM and Waleed’s fiery exchange

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A clearly frustrated Scott Morrison has gone face-to-face with Waleed Aly on The Project. Suffice to say, there were fireworks.

Viewers slam ScoMo’s body language

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Viewers have noted one thing more than anything else after seeing the PM’s tense interview with Waleed Aly: his body language.

Simple reason Trump will win in 2020

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If Donald Trump wins re-election for another presidential term in 2020, this graph will probably have a lot to do with it.

Surprising thing to emerge from NZ terror

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New Zealand has just endured a week that no one wanted or even believed could happen. But amid the shock and despair, something surprising has emerged.

Anti-vaxxers attack grieving mum

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A mum whose child after from the flu has been subjected to vile messages from people in an anti-vaccination group.

‘Dick move’ killed off neighbourhood bar

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A Melbourne pub owner moved to Sydney to open up a small bar. The complaints came flooding in before the first beer had even been poured.

Queen sends message to Meghan

Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (L) and Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, (R) attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey in London on March 11, 2019. - Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has been the Head of the Commonwealth throughout her reign. Organised by the Royal Commonwealth Society, the Service is the largest annual inter-faith gathering in the United Kingdom. (Photo by Richard Pohle / POOL / AFP)

The Queen does nothing ‘just because’ which is why yesterday’s move was so interesting — and the message it sends is clear.

Beauty queen TV star death riddle

Sophie Gradon allegedly committed suicide and her heartbroken boyfriend killd himself ten days later. Picture:

Rumours a former Love Island contestant was murdered are circulating after her family refused to accept police claims she suicided.

Hobart gran wins murder appeal

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There has been another twist in a long-running Australian murder case, which will give a convicted killer another chance to prove her innocence.

School shames student for charity act

Lourdes Hill College principal Robyn Anderson sent a letter to parents welcoming comments from parents.

A Brisbane high school student did a self-less thing and fundraised hundreds of dollars. Her school wasn’t impressed.

Male lawmaker’s sexist prison penalty

A male politician is facing backlash after he argued female inmates didn’t need easier access to basic medical items because prison isn’t “a country club”.

Pubs’ drastic move to shame Gladys

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian visits a Service NSW shop at Bankstown Shopping Centre in Sydney, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. New South Wales voters will head to the polls in the state election Saturday, March 23rd. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

If you fancy a beer on Friday night you may be in for a shock with hundreds of bars set to stop serving in protest at the government.

Star’s milestone ends in heartbreak


Richmond may have emerged victorious, but serious concerns linger after one of their most instrumental players suffered a nasty injury.

Bad news hidden in good job figures

Unemployment is extremely low - but that's not the whole story. Picture: Supplied

Unemployment is at an eight-year low but there’s more to this figure than meets the eye. Hidden is some very bad news for Aussies.

‘Funniest thing I’ve seen’: Star roasted

Sam Burgess of the Rabbitohs looks on during the Round 2 NRL match between the St. George Illawarra Dragons and the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Jubilee Stadium, Sydney, Thursday, March 21, 2019. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY

He may be one of the best players in the game, but superstar Sam Burgess became a laughing-stock with a howler that left everyone in stitches.

Gladys in the fight of her life

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian at Norwest Station where they took the first ride on a Sydney Metro train from Tallawong to Norwest in Sydney, Tuesday, March 19, 2019. New South Wales voters will head to the polls in the state election Saturday, March 23rd. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

Australia’s largest economy, plenty of jobs, billions to spend on roads, health and education. So, why is the NSW election race so tight?

State of emergency as cyclones intensify

Cyclone Veronica will continue to rapidly intensify as it moves towards the coast. Picture: BOM Western Australia

Mass evacuations are taking place as two enormous cyclones converge on Australia, with a state of emergency now declared.

‘Stench of death’ after killer cyclone

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Hundreds of thousands of people are at risk of starvation and disease as the death toll from horrific cyclone Idai continues to rise.


Police ‘error’ over alleged murder victim

A woman looks at the floral tribute near the Linwood mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, Thursday, March 21, 2019. Police officials in New Zealand say the man responsible for killing 50 people at two mosques was on his way to a third attack when police arrested him. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)

Police have apologised to a woman who was wrongly listed on court charge sheets as a Christchurch mosque murder victim.

NZ school slammed for hijab ban

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One of Auckland’s most exclusive private schools is copping criticism for a ban on the hijab, which it says violates the school dress code.

Mums ‘throw their babies to safety’

People walk on the flooded street of Buzi, central Mozambique, on March 20, 2019 after the passage of the cyclone Idai. - International aid agencies raced on March 20 to rescue survivors and meet spiralling humanitarian needs in three impoverished countries battered by one of the worst storms to hit southern Africa in decades. Five days after tropical cyclone Idai cut a swathe through Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, the confirmed death toll stood at more than 300 and hundreds of thousands of lives were at risk, officials said. (Photo by ADRIEN BARBIER / AFP)

Mothers clinging to their lives in trees have been seen throwing their babies to safety after flash floods wiped out entire communities.

30 people with huge, thankless job

Hacker performing cyber attack on laptop

The internet was used as a weapon in the Christchurch attack. But a small team is working to take that weapon away.

Incredible story behind mystery soccer star

The wealthy Isackson family have landed in trouble over the college admissions scam.

Lauren Isackson was mooted as a star in the making when she joined a team stacked with national players. But there was a murky back story.

FARM: Glorious Googies - Free Range Eggs

‘Exotic’ egg salmonella causes recall

An contaminated farm has been shut down and hundreds of thousands of eggs recalled after an outbreak of a “rare” salmonella strain.

Jacinda’s unexpected past emerges

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The Prime Minister of New Zealand is doing an incredible job leading her country — but she nearly had a very different career.

Cops fulfil 104yo’s wish by arresting her

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE - 104-year-old Anne Brokenbrow whose wish was to be arrested as she had never been on the wrong side of the law. Local policing teams in Stoke Bishop arrived at Stokeleigh Care Home in Stoke Bishop, Bristol, to make her wish come true. Bristol, March 20 2019. Picture: SWNS/Mega

At the ripe old age of 104, Anne Brokenbrow had one more wish: to be arrested. Now, a group of officers has made her dream come true.

The one thing even Chris can’t do

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The Aussie actor is known for his incredible fitness — but when Chris Hemsworth couldn’t nail this skill, his mates were in hysterics.

Celeb shocks fan with ultimate gesture

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A singer has gone above and beyond for one his biggest fans after finding out it was his 21st birthday, leaving the young man in shock.

Skypad accident man sues companyt

Cruise passenger files $14 million lawsuit

A split second is all it took for this passenger to suffer a life-changing injury on a cruise ship’s popular attraction — and now he’s suing the company.

Auschwitz museum slams tourists

The memorial preserving the site of the infamous Auschwitz death camps in Poland have criticised tourists taking photos balancing on train tracks.

The memorial that preserves the site of the Nazis’ most notorious death camp has slammed visitors who pose for pictures on its railway tracks.

Chilling discovery in hotel rooms

The tiny cameras were installed in various places in the rooms, including in the holder of hairdryers. Picture: South Korea National Police Agency

The only clue to the creepy activity was a tiny dot in wall sockets and hair dryer holders. Now police are investigating.

Pilots accused of raping airline workers

The women are suing for at least AU$105K each in damages, plus lawyer fees and costs.

A pair of JetBlue pilots have been accused of drugging and raping two female airline workers during a horror ordeal in Puerto Rico.

Pilots scour manual minutes before crash

The blue line shows the ‘erratic’ altitude of the crashed Boeing 737, while the yellow line indicates its speed. Picture: FlightRadar24

As their Boeing MAX 8 plane plunged into a nosedive, the frantic Lion Air pilots desperately searched for answers in the plane’s handbook.

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Star’s ‘insane’ body transformation

These startling photos of a 58-year-old TV presenter’s Kardashian-style extreme body makeover have caused a tabloid frenzy.

Gogglebox star’s big Christchurch fear

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When news broke about the mass shooting in Christchurch, the Gogglebox cast were glued to their TVs in an emotionally charged episode.

Busted: Cheater destroyed with payback

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The MAFS cheating wife is torn down before an arch enemy witnesses her affair in action. How do they use the damaging intel? James Weir recaps.

First look at Margot’s Tarantino movie

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Margot Robbie brings tragic actress Sharon Tate back to life in Quentin Tarantino’s hotly-anticipated Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Stranger Things 3 drops epic full trailer


The citizens of Hawkins, Indiana has much to fear if this first full trailer for Stranger Things 3 is anything to go by.

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Ship discovery solves ancient puzzle

More than 2500 years ago, ancient Greek historian Herodotus described a strange ship. Now archaeologists have found it.

Apple’s surprise AirPods 2 announcement

Apple Holds Press Event To Introduce New iPhone

In a surprise move, Apple has announced AirPods 2 bringing new capabilities that fans have been waiting for.

Track test: Mercedes-AMG C 63

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Race-bred technology helps tame the brutal V8 sedan on the circuit.

Truth about Meghan’s online war

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Meghan is hated like no other member of the royal family, receiving a deluge of abuse online every day. But now, someone is fighting back.

Genius plan to take menace off our roads

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Drink drivers are one of the biggest dangers on the road today, but this new tech from Volvo could make them obsolete.

Boy’s scary find inside chocolate bar

A mother says her son found a nail in a Twirl chocolate bar bought at Coles.

An investigation is underway after a mum says her son found a nasty surprise buried inside a chocolate bar bought at Coles.

‘Enough of this crap’: Brexit backflip

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There is growing anger in the UK after another Brexit backflip, with the debacle labelled a “national humiliation”.

‘Worst thing I ever did was buy this’

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It’s billed as the fast track to wealth and escaping the office grind — but it’s actually ruining lives and devastating families across Australia.

Lee Lin Chin’s biting response to gaffe

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A comment about Asians “taking people’s jobs” sparked outrage. Now Lee Lin Chin has come back with the perfect response.

You won’t believe how this home looks inside

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From the street it looks like a simple, unassuming home. Once you step inside, this “unique” Sydney house is anything but.

Millionaire 16yo: ‘Uni is a waste of time’

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Sixteen-year-old entrepreneur Jack Bloomfield says our university system is failing our young people — and depriving them of millions.

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Cruel blow strikes down superstar

The AFL is back and set to kick off for 2019, but one of the games best midfielders will have to watch on from the sidelines.

Schumacher thriving under the pressure

The name of Mick Schumacher is pictured on his car during the FIA Formula Three European Championship at the Hockenheim race track in Hockenheim, western Germany, on October 14, 2018. - His first F3 title means Mick Schumacher has qualified for a FIA 'super licence', a prerequisite for the jump to Formula One, and follows on from his father Michael Schumacher, who won the German F3 championships 28 years ago. (Photo by Daniel ROLAND / AFP)

It’s the most recognised name in motorsport and it continues to live on through the next generation. And he’s not backing down from it.

UFC beef: Aussie star ‘off limits’

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UFC heavyweight Tai Tuivasa has suddenly become an ‘off limits’ topic for arch rival Justin Willis -- with the American this week refusing to speak with any Australian journalists.

Garry Lyon roasted by Seven’s squadron

Garry Lyon's broadcasting past has come back to haunt him.

This is one case where Garry Lyon’s past skills or lack of them on the broadcast and fashion fronts have really come back to haunt him.

Simmons’ 3-point play ends Sixers’ drought

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Ben Simmons delivered a clutch play at the death and Joel Embiid had a monster of a game to guide Philly to a breakthrough win.

Aker’s golf ban after cheating claims

AFL great Jason Akermanis turning his sporting skills to golf. Photo: David Kapernick, Golf Queensland

Brisbane Lions legend player Jason Akermanis has been sensationally banned from a local golf club after accusations of cheating.

New Footy Show’s opening night blue

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Channel 9 debuted its brand new AFL Footy Show and while a bombshell claim made headlines, one glaring problem stood out.

Secret report’s stadium bombshell

Demolition work is seen underway at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Thursday, March 14, 2019. NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has written to NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian calling for hard demolition works at Allianz Stadium to stop until the state election. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) NO ARCHIVING

A secret report on the contentious Allianz Stadium has been leaked as the NSW election campaign enters its final days.