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Tue 18 Sep 2018

Man hacked to death in ‘honour killing’

Man hacked to death in ‘honour killing’

A GROOM has been murdered in front of his pregnant wife for being from a ‘lower caste’, in India.

This is the biggest Bridezilla ever

This is the biggest Bridezilla ever

A WOMAN in the UK has revealed how she spent more than $128k on 13 wedding dresses for her big day.

Burgess breaks silence on claims

Burgess breaks silence on claims

NRL star Sam Burgess has spoken out about the “toughest part” of the lewd video accusations made against him.

Medic suspended for dancing at fatal festival

Medic suspended for dancing at fatal festival

THREE days after two young people died at the Defqon.1 festival, a medic working the Sydney event has been suspended after a video was posted to social media.

Emmys 2018: Game of Thrones takes out top gong

Emmys 2018: Game of Thrones takes out top gong

HBO, Netflix tie in the awards haul tally at the Emmys, with Game of Thrones named Best Drama Series and The Marvelous Mrs Maisel named Best Comedy Series.

Needle crisis spreads to apples

Needle crisis spreads to apples

A NEEDLE has reportedly been found in an apple, expanding the fruit sabotage saga that has devastated an industry.

Capsicum fact blowing people’s minds

Capsicum fact blowing people’s minds

THERE is an interesting fact about capsicums that you might not know — and it’s blowing people’s minds.

Man denies assisting wife’s suicide for $1.4m

Man denies assisting wife’s suicide for $1.4m

A QUEENSLAND man, who wanted to build a bunker for the biblical rapture, has denied helping his wife commit suicide. Warning: Distressing content

Australia ‘will be affected’ by Trump’s tariffs on China

Australia ‘will be affected’ by Trump’s tariffs on China

AUSTRALIA fears ‘there will be ramifications’ after President Trump decided to slap tariffs on $US200 billion worth of Chinese goods.

Stephen Hawking’s ‘ghosts’ found

Stephen Hawking’s ‘ghosts’ found

ASTRONOMERS have found the ghosts of long-dead black holes, evidence of an extinct universe. And that universe may be our own.

Airbnb host left dead guest face down in cake

Airbnb host left dead guest face down in cake

CRAIG Levy killed an Airbnb guest who was found face down in chocolate cake at his apartment in Melbourne’s southeast. Today he fronts court.

The sickening truth about aged care food

The sickening truth about aged care food

STAFF have laid bare the sickening truth about the food served to some of the most disadvantaged people in the country.

Strawberry farmer 'lost it all' after needle scare

Strawberry farmer 'lost it all' after needle scare

THIS is the reality of the damage that has been caused by the ongoing strawberry contamination.

Six injured as camel loses it at circus show

Six injured as camel loses it at circus show

SCARY video shows the moment a camel starts to buck during a circus show injuring seven people and sending crowds packing.

Drunk driver busted for driving 200km/h

Drunk driver busted for driving 200km/h

AN ALLEGED drunk driver wasclocked driving more than 200km/h last night, twice the speed limit of the road he was travelling on.

Russia claims fresh ‘proof’ on MH17

Russia claims fresh ‘proof’ on MH17

RUSSIA says it has new evidence that proves the Ukraine shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, with 27 Australians on board.

How much? Would you pay $16 for a cup of coffee?

How much? Would you pay $16 for a cup of coffee?

WE’RE prepared to pay extra for a fine glass of wine, but would you reach deeper in your wallet for a really great coffee?

Police hunt for missing teen and infant

Police hunt for missing teen and infant

A POLICE search is under way for a teenage girl and her nine-week-old baby, who have been missing from Sydney’s eastern suburbs since Sunday.

Ipswich train station re-opens after police shooting

Ipswich train station re-opens after police shooting

Ipswich and Rosewood train services have returned to normal

Bold new claim about Serena's cartoon outrage

Bold new claim about Serena's cartoon outrage

AS the world argues over Serena Williams’ actions at the US Open and whether a controversial cartoon of her was racist, another crucial question has been raised

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