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Study shows Labor in chaos

Study shows Labor in chaos

Working-class Aussies are abandoning the ALP in droves over the party’s obsession with “woke” issues like gender, race and climate change, says Joe Hildebrand.

Queen’s ‘profound chance’ to say goodbye to Philip

Premium Content Queen’s ‘profound chance’ to say goodbye to Philip

The Archbishop of Canterbury has praised the “dignity” of the Queen ahead of her husband’s funeral as family members pay tribute to the “devoted” duke.

Government throws a lifeline to HomeBuilder hopefuls

Premium Content Government throws a lifeline to HomeBuilder hopefuls

The Government will announce a 12-month extension to the $15,000 HomeBuilder start date, giving new hope to applicants.

Kim’s sexy bikini that’s fuelling Australian fashion

Premium Content Kim’s sexy bikini that’s fuelling Australian fashion

From swimwear to sunnies, Kim Kardashian and Beyonce are putting young Australian designers on the world’s fashion radar.

'What every Aldi diehard wants to tell you'

Premium Content 'What every Aldi diehard wants to tell you'

Mel Buttle’s take on grocery shoppers. Are you an Aldi diehard, a Coles fans, Woolworths loyalist or a farmer’s market type?

Top super funds - this is how yours stacks up

Premium Content Top super funds - this is how yours stacks up

Were you a member of one of the 20 best superannuation funds of the past decade? SEE THE LIST

Inside uni students’ sneaky new cheating tactics

Premium Content Inside uni students’ sneaky new cheating tactics

Universities are attempting to crack down on contract cheating as lazy students fork out cash to assignment companies promising “plagiarism free” work.

Shocking truth behind assaults on frontline heroes

Premium Content Shocking truth behind assaults on frontline heroes

Jarring new crime data has revealed violent assaults on frontline police, paramedics and firefighters are increasing both in number and severity.

Harry Potter and Peaky Blinders star dies at 52

Harry Potter and Peaky Blinders star dies at 52

Known for roles in Harry Potter, Peaky Blinders and Skyfall, Helen McCrory’s death was confirmed by husband Damian Lewis.

Best buys: Who’s been the NRL’s No.1 recruit?

Premium Content Best buys: Who’s been the NRL’s No.1 recruit?

The best buys of the year are already starting to emerge in the NRL — some are justifying their big pay packets, while others slipped under the radar.

PTSD and suicide: How concussion almost destroyed a Wallaby

Premium Content PTSD and suicide: How concussion almost destroyed a Wallaby

How did Brett Sheehan get to the edge of the cliff? Depression, PTSD, his stillborn child? No - it was a hidden killer that almost destroyed everything.

Southern Downs dog breeder pushes for major expansion

Premium Content Southern Downs dog breeder pushes for major expansion

The proposal would see the Welsh corgi breeder’s operation grow 400 per cent. FULL PLANS HERE:

Patient sues for $3.5m claiming neglect at Rocky Hospital

Premium Content Patient sues for $3.5m claiming neglect at Rocky Hospital

He claims he wasn’t turned over frequently enough and this led to a severe nerve injury.

Mackay dad faces court for filming up woman’s skirt

Premium Content Mackay dad faces court for filming up woman’s skirt

The ‘predator’ went out of his way to follow and record his victim at a shopping centre to then deny it was for sexual gratification

Meth-taking truckie stops for a snooze on busy road

Premium Content Meth-taking truckie stops for a snooze on busy road

‘Trucks with dangerous drivers ... it’s the poor person just trying to get from point A to point B to get by in life that ends up getting killed’

Teen allegedly beat up 92-year-old man

Premium Content Teen allegedly beat up 92-year-old man

Prosecutors will downgrade a charge against a teenager who allegedly bashed 92-year-old Harvey Wade at the Fred’s Pass show in January, a court has heard.

‘I’m failing’: Guilty moments almost too much for Phillips

Premium Content ‘I’m failing’: Guilty moments almost too much for Phillips

She’s one of the most-loved footballers of the past five years, but the 2021 season hasn’t been easy for Erin Phillips. This is how she bounced back.

Footy star victim speaks about impact of unwanted sexting

Premium Content Footy star victim speaks about impact of unwanted sexting

A woman at the centre of the Jonathan Patton sexting scandal says his exit from the game will send a strong message to others.

Inside the colourful life of Andrew Peacock

Premium Content Inside the colourful life of Andrew Peacock

He was the unforgettable politician who boasted many nicknames but the tales of Andrew Peacock’s life were as colourful as the man himself.

Port Arthur 25 years on: 'A dark pain that never leaves'

Premium Content Port Arthur 25 years on: 'A dark pain that never leaves'

For those caught up in the Port Arthur massacre, time has still not healed the emotional scars of that horrific day. WARNING: GRAPHIC

MPs accused of ‘gutless, silent approach’ to euthanasia

Premium Content MPs accused of ‘gutless, silent approach’ to euthanasia

A former MP has accused the LNP of taking a “gutless, silent approach” in a series of scathing comments on voluntary assisted dying.

Aussie company loses battle with US brand

Aussie company loses battle with US brand

A Melbourne Aboriginal-run fashion brand has lost a two-year legal battle with US clothing brand Gap, forcing them to rebrand.

Aussie pop star’s pre-Olympics no show

Aussie pop star’s pre-Olympics no show

Aussie pop star Cody Simpson has failed to show up for the Australian swimming national championships after an unexplained withdrawal.

Why Donald Trump has all but vanished

Why Donald Trump has all but vanished

When he walked out of the White House in January, Donald Trump vowed to remain a force in US politics. So what happened?

Supermarket body cams to stop spiralling staff abuse

Premium Content Supermarket body cams to stop spiralling staff abuse

Woolworths staff are being fitted with body cameras in high-risk stores to help arrest at doubling in assaults on staff in the past 12 months.

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