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Wed 23 Oct 2019

Rosie Batty calls for Hanson to be axed from law inquiry

Rosie Batty calls for Hanson to be axed from law inquiry

Domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty wants Pauline Hanson kicked off a family law inquiry over her “unconscious bias”.

'Young parents have enough anxiety without this  bull***t'

'Young parents have enough anxiety without this bull***t'

A Michael Leunig cartoon has caused outrage online with many describing it as “misogynistic”, “condescending” and judgmental of mothers.

Fierce Marvel debate dividing Hollywood

Fierce Marvel debate dividing Hollywood

Some of Hollywood’s biggest directors are speaking out against ‘despicable’ Marvel movies — but the franchise’s stars are hitting back.

Journalism’s role must be protected

Journalism’s role must be protected

Peter Greste writes any system that criminalises the kind of journalism that exposes issues that are genuinely in the public interest is a problem.

From Mormon church to porn star

From Mormon church to porn star

Addie Andrews ditched her devotion to religion to follow her dreams of being an adult film star. And the blonde bombshell couldn’t be happier.

Murder investigation launched after 39 bodies found in truck

Murder investigation launched after 39 bodies found in truck

Police have launched a murder investigation after 39 bodies were found dead in a truck. a 25-year-old man has been arrested.

Michael Cheika and Raelene Castle war of words, report says

Michael Cheika and Raelene Castle war of words, report says

The Wallabies’ ugly fallout continues with a bombshell report alleging Michael Cheika and Raelene Castle were involved in a public spat.

Bodybuilder with 61cm biceps humiliated

Bodybuilder with 61cm biceps humiliated

A Russian bodybuilder Kirill Tereshin, who has developed massive 61cm biceps, was destroyed in an MMA fight by an opponent 20 years his senior.

$50k for rain: Farmers ‘preyed’ on

$50k for rain: Farmers ‘preyed’ on

A controversial inventor accused of “preying” on vulnerable farmers by promising to make it rain has insisted “there’s no way we want to con anyone”.

Figure-hugging outfit ‘too sexy’ for work

Figure-hugging outfit ‘too sexy’ for work

Nadia Bokody was left furious when her boss pulled her aside and commented on her figure-hugging office outfit, calling it “too sexy” for work.

Roundabout indication question sparks road rule debate

Roundabout indication question sparks road rule debate

A seemingly simple question about the correct way to indicate on a roundabout sparked controversy after many disagreed with the answer.

Check personal loan fine print

Check personal loan fine print

Personal loans might seem like a good deal, but if you dig a little deeper you might find some sneaky fees and charges. HERE’S HOW TO AVOID GETTING STUNG.

Does travel insurance cover protests?

Does travel insurance cover protests?

The Australian government has raised its travel advice for Chile, Hong Kong and parts of Spain. If you have travel plans, here’s what you need to know.

The $15 solution to bad coffee

The $15 solution to bad coffee

Anyone who has been to the US will know the taste of that tepid brown water that is served up mug after mug from the filter pot that they call coffee.

My travel insurance hack saved me $856

My travel insurance hack saved me $856

It’s one of those annoying expenses that takes a bite out of your holiday budget but this frequent flyer found a way to save big bucks.

‘Same crap’ can’t keep Ricciardo down

‘Same crap’ can’t keep Ricciardo down

Daniel Ricciardo feared the worst after a qualifying disaster at the Japanese GP but he bounced back, and he’s urged his team to do the same.

Queen set to take flight in Golden Eagle

Queen set to take flight in Golden Eagle

Trainer Chris Waller is keen to give boom mare Arcadia Queen a chance to bounce back from her flop in The Everest and chase the inaugural $7.5m Golden Eagle.

Uluru fact everyone wants to know

Uluru fact everyone wants to know

A controversial ban is set to change the history of Uluru forever, but there’s a big question Australians want answered.

NBA season starts with league-first ‘disaster’

NBA season starts with league-first ‘disaster’

It took less than a quarter for the new NBA season to plunge into controversy after a league-first “disaster” left commentators concerned.

Fans’ concern over MAFS star’s weight loss

Fans’ concern over MAFS star’s weight loss

Since appearing on MAFS, Liz Sobinoff has undergone a drastic post-show makeover and now looks so different, fans are worried.

‘Pick-up artist’ jailed for hounding women

‘Pick-up artist’ jailed for hounding women

A sleazy “pick-up artist” who secretly filmed himself hounding schoolgirls on the street for his YouTube channel has been jailed.

Kawhi reigns supreme in battle for LA

Kawhi reigns supreme in battle for LA

It was billed as a clash of the titans and LeBron James and Anthony Davis v Kawhi Leonard lived up to the hype, the latter prevailing in the battle for LA.

Aussie entrepreneur’s ‘freak accident’ on holiday

Aussie entrepreneur’s ‘freak accident’ on holiday

A Sydney fashion entrepreneur who was on holidays in Spain with her partner has been left with horror head injuries following a “freak accident”.

The compact hatch that gets better the more you drive it

The compact hatch that gets better the more you drive it

The 2019 model Mazda3 may be more expensive than its predecessors, but it's a big step up in class.

Tiffany & Co sues NSW for $109m

Tiffany & Co sues NSW for $109m

Iconic jeweller Tiffany & Co is suing the NSW Government for a staggering $109 million after it was forced to move its flagship Sydney store.

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