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Wed 17 Oct 2018

Bach stuns with humiliating stunt

Bach stuns with humiliating stunt

THIS Bachelorette star’s been exposed — with his ulterior motive for being on the show coming out in an embarrassing stunt.

Unbelievable run-out continues Australia’s batting collapse

Unbelievable run-out continues Australia’s batting collapse

AUSTRALIA’S hopes of taking a first-innings lead are in tatters after a batting collapse, with a shocking Marnus Labuschange run-out adding to the woes.

Abortion legalised in Queensland

Abortion legalised in Queensland

A CENTURY-OLD law that criminalised pregnancy termination in Queensland has been overturned, making abortion legal across the state.

Herbicide attack strikes at heart of organic farmer

Herbicide attack strikes at heart of organic farmer

Police confirmed no contaminated produce left the location and that there was no threat to members of the public.

Neale deal sealed: Star Docker’s trade wish to Lions granted

Neale deal sealed: Star Docker’s trade wish to Lions granted

LACHIE Neale’s trade wish has been granted, with the star ball magnet to play for the Brisbane Lions in 2019 after a trade was struck between the two clubs.

High school students fed human ashes

High school students fed human ashes

AT least nine high school students have allegedly consumed a classmate’s dead grandma after they were unwittingly fed biscuits baked with her ashes.

Shield wrap: Bulls batsmen fall in heap

Shield wrap: Bulls batsmen fall in heap

QUEENSLAND'S new-look top order has been exposed by Tasmania in their Sheffield Shield final rematch at the Gabba.

City boss takes razor to Ipswich councillors' committees

City boss takes razor to Ipswich councillors' committees

Research found Ipswich had more committees than any other local government area, with some councils even ditching the committee structure.

Nine throws Karl surprise lifeline

Nine throws Karl surprise lifeline

REPORTS emerged recently that Today host Karl Stefanovic was about to be sacked. But he may have survived after all.

Teen wants freedom after school stabbing

Teen wants freedom after school stabbing

AN Adelaide private school girl charged with stabbing a fellow student allegedly told her victim “I’m sorry” before running away.

Beloved series coming back: Nine revives SeaChange

Beloved series coming back: Nine revives SeaChange

CHANNEL 9 has revealed its top new and returning shows for 2019, including a SeaChange reboot and Hamish and Andy's 'perfect' holdiay.

Red-hot Curry fires NBA champs to opening night win

Red-hot Curry fires NBA champs to opening night win

DEFENDING NBA champs Golden State showed off their strength against Oklahoma City while Ben Simmons' 76ers opened their season with a big loss in Boston.

Kangaroos call easy for Kaufusi

Kangaroos call easy for Kaufusi

KANGAROOS forward Felise Kaufusi understands the Tongan rugby league revolution better than most but insists the Australian jersey is the right one for him.

Campaign to bring home injured Queensland man

Campaign to bring home injured Queensland man

THE family of a Cairns man badly injured in a motorcycle crash in Vietnam are desperate to bring him home to Australia for his medical treatment.

Perfect draw keeps Spicer’s Cup dream alive

Perfect draw keeps Spicer’s Cup dream alive

WHEN Brad Spicer drew gate six for Caulfield Cup favourite Kings Will Dream, he said it was just part of a faultless preparation heading into Saturday's race.

Inside Hollywood’s most unconventional marriage

Inside Hollywood’s most unconventional marriage

THEY’VE been together for 20 long years, but this famous couple’s wild love life reads more like the plot of a kinky movie.

Kyrgios a hit with rival fans

Kyrgios a hit with rival fans

NICK Kyrgios was “surprised” to be cheered on by the home crowd as he beat Russian youngster Andrey Rublev in the Kremlin Cup first round.

The dog-mimicking magpie you need to hear to believe

The dog-mimicking magpie you need to hear to believe

WATCH THE VIDEO: A magpie caught on film mimicking a pet dog has created a nice change from the usual territorial bird renowned for swooping and attacking.

Crikey! Gruesome image wins Irwin praise in photo comp

Crikey! Gruesome image wins Irwin praise in photo comp

ROBERT Irwin son of Australia’s legendary crocodile hunter has been commended in the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.

Minister’s ‘appalling’ swipe at poor country

Minister’s ‘appalling’ swipe at poor country

MINISTER Melissa Price has been accused of making “shocking” and “offensive” remarks to a visiting dignitary at a Canberra restaurant last night.

TRAGEDY: Woman killed after crash near Bangalow

TRAGEDY: Woman killed after crash near Bangalow

A WOMAN in her 20s has died after her car ran off the road and hit a tree on Bangalow Rd this afternoon.

Young Pope’s wonderball steals attention from Mennie haul

Young Pope’s wonderball steals attention from Mennie haul

FORGOTTEN Test paceman Joe Mennie cut through NSW in the Sheffield Shield clash in Adelaide But it was debutant spinner Lloyd Pope who stole the limelight.

Moloney’s shot at greatness

Moloney’s shot at greatness

UNDEFEATED Jason Moloney will attempt to join all-time Aussie greats Jeff Fenech and Lionel Rose as world bantamweight champion this weekend.

‘Shocked and embarrassed’: Meal turns awkward

‘Shocked and embarrassed’: Meal turns awkward

A FORMER world leader was dining at a Canberra restaurant last night when he met one of our government’s ministers. It reportedly got awkward fast.

Sydney coach confident despite injury setback

Sydney coach confident despite injury setback

STEVE Corica is exploring his options after losing Trent Buhagiar to a serious knee injury but the Sydney FC coach is confident in his squad.

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