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Tue 23 Jul 2019

How Le Tour deals with graffiti penises

How Le Tour deals with graffiti penises

Meet the two men with the strangest job at the Tour de France — their task is to travel the course of the Tour converting NSFW graffiti into works of art.

Murdered Aussie tourist’s body moved in forensic probe

premium_icon Murdered Aussie tourist’s body moved in forensic probe

The bodies of Australian backpacker Lucas Fowler and his girlfriend have been sent to Vancouver to be examined for clues that might identify their killer.

Tomb Raider star stabbed at fan event

Tomb Raider star stabbed at fan event

A well-known Hong Kong actor, who starred alongside Angelina Jolie in The Cradle of Life, has been attacked by a knife-wielding man at a promotional event.

Mon 22 Jul 2019

Aussies arrested in Bali drug raids

Aussies arrested in Bali drug raids

Two men with links to the Melbourne nightclub industry have been arrested in Bali following raids by police investigating a major drug ring.

MOTHER FROM HELL: Unspeakable crimes in filthy house

MOTHER FROM HELL: Unspeakable crimes in filthy house

The shocking state of this house left a social worker utterly distraught. Now, the infamous 'House of Horrors' case has ended with the mother sentenced.

'World’s craziest ute': Wild $500k monster truck revealed

'World’s craziest ute': Wild $500k monster truck revealed

The covers have been whipped off the world’s craziest ute with an American tuner transforming a Chevy Silverado into an absolute monster.

19 dead from dodgy alcohol at tourist hub

19 dead from dodgy alcohol at tourist hub

Authorities in Costa Rica have warned locals and tourists to be wary about tainted alcohol after 19 people died from apparent methanol poisoning.

Palace releases cute new photos of George

Palace releases cute new photos of George

Three adorable new photos taken by Kate Middleton have been released in honour of Prince George’s sixth birthday.

New clue in Highway 37 murders

New clue in Highway 37 murders

A picture of the van an Aussie and his American girlfriend were traveling in when they were murdered tells part of the story.

Epic fail in Canada double murder case

premium_icon Epic fail in Canada double murder case

The shocking unsolved murder of an Australian man and his American girlfriend on a remote Canadian highway has received a bizarre twist.

Mystery man ‘argued’ with couple before murders

premium_icon Mystery man ‘argued’ with couple before murders

A Canadian road worker claims she saw a couple arguing with a bearded man the night before Aussie Lucas Fowler and his girlfriend were found murdered in Canada.

ISIS fighter ‘ready to kill Australians’

ISIS fighter ‘ready to kill Australians’

The ISIS fighter ready to kill non-believers like Australians because ‘God told him to’ in the Islamic State battleground just hours from Australia.

Why Dubai’s princesses are fleeing

Why Dubai’s princesses are fleeing

Three princesses in Dubai’s mega-rich royal family have fled the glittering realm of the powerful, but secretive Sheikh al Maktoum. Here’s why.

Queen’s sweet gesture for George

Queen’s sweet gesture for George

As the future king turns six, royal insiders have revealed the very special bond between the Queen and her great-grandson, Prince George.

Sun 21 Jul 2019

Trump lobbies for rapper held in Sweden

Trump lobbies for rapper held in Sweden

US President Donald Trump says he has vouched for ASAP Rocky's bail, who is being held over a fight, and assured Sweden's PM the rapper is not a flight risk.

Heavy rain hits Japan, thousands evacuated

Heavy rain hits Japan, thousands evacuated

FORECASTERS are warning of mudslides, flooding and swollen rivers on Japan's island of Kyushu and the Chugoku region, as Typhoon Danas drenches the region.

Fukushima beach reopens for swimming

Fukushima beach reopens for swimming

Families and surfers in Japan have finally been allowed to swim at a beach near the Fukushima nuclear plant, the first time since the 2011 disaster.

Hong Kong braces for latest mass protest

Hong Kong braces for latest mass protest

HONG Kong is bracing for another mass protest over a controversial extradition bill, with police locking down the city centre.

Gunmen and bomber kill seven in Pakistan

Gunmen and bomber kill seven in Pakistan

TWIN attacks in northwest Pakistan on a police checkpoint and a hospital have left seven people dead, including four police officers.

TIMELINE: Drones, tankers stoke Middle East conflict

TIMELINE: Drones, tankers stoke Middle East conflict

A flurry of military run-ins and seized cargo ships have stoked fears of a new conflict in the Middle East in the strategically important Strait of Hormuz.

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