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Mon 14 Oct 2019

Queen's speech to outline Brexit plan

Queen's speech to outline Brexit plan

An annual speech delivered to parliament by Queen Elizabeth is controversially expected to set out Prime Minister Boris Johnson's post-Brexit plans.

Preston reacts to TV’s juiciest rumour

Preston reacts to TV’s juiciest rumour

Dumped MasterChef judge Matt Preston has addressed rumours that he’s set to join Pete and Manu on rival cooking show MKR.

Apple unveils dozens of new emojis

Apple unveils dozens of new emojis

Apple is releasing new emoji designs including a sloth, falafel, waffle and a yawning face and it’s pretty relatable.

Viewers shocked by Cowell’s altered face

Viewers shocked by Cowell’s altered face

Talent show judge Simon Cowell made a TV appearance over the weekend — and viewers were stunned by his drastically altered look.

Woman’s $2.80 bus fare led to $886 fine

Woman’s $2.80 bus fare led to $886 fine

A women who said she can prove she paid her bus fare was fined $885 anyway — all because her mobile phone ran out of juice.

‘Chalk and cheese’: PM photo divides

‘Chalk and cheese’: PM photo divides

A simple photograph of the PM drinking a beer at the rugby league in Fiji has sparked a war of words and a controversial comparison.

Ryan Reynolds slams Hugh Jackman

Ryan Reynolds slams Hugh Jackman

The long-running Ryan Reynolds/Hugh Jackman “feud” just exploded again, with Reynolds calling his rival a “piece of sh*t” in a new video.

‘All photos deleted’: Carney and Susie split

‘All photos deleted’: Carney and Susie split

Todd Carney and Susie Bradley appear to have broken up after unfollowing each other on social media on the weekend.

‘Irresponsible’: Max blasts young rival

‘Irresponsible’: Max blasts young rival

The two future kings of F1 were at loggerheads in Japan after Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc admitted to ruining Max Verstappen’s race.

Japan swamped in billion dollar disaster

Japan swamped in billion dollar disaster

A woman who fell during a dramatic helicopter rescue is among at least 35 people who have died after a typhoon left a trail of destruction in Japan.

‘Bomb threat’ shuts down NZ airport

‘Bomb threat’ shuts down NZ airport

Police suspended all flights at Auckland airport this morning and shut down nearby roads as they responded to reports of “a threat”.

‘Disgraceful’ Bathurst move under review

‘Disgraceful’ Bathurst move under review

Scott McLaughlin’s Bathurst 1000 win remains under a cloud with officials set to re-open an investigation into a “massive” race controversy.

Playboy ‘raped me every day’

Playboy ‘raped me every day’

Former girlfriends of a notorious “playboy rapist”, now out on parole, fear it’s only a matter of time before he strikes again.

Sun 13 Oct 2019

Room design brings judge to tears

Room design brings judge to tears

It’s a very rare occasion, but there was one Block judge who was so overwhelmed with emotion during a room reveal, she had to take a seat.

‘All three of my kids have Tourette’s’

‘All three of my kids have Tourette’s’

Mandy Maysey may have one of the most difficult jobs of any mum in the country — raising three kids all with Tourette syndrome.

Apple analyst predicts what’s to come

Apple analyst predicts what’s to come

APPLE lost its veteran chief designer this year, but a leading forecaster of the company’s next move expects his designs to make a comeback.

Bathurst has new king after 'disgraceful' ploy

Bathurst has new king after 'disgraceful' ploy

SCOTT McLaughlin is king of mountain after a Bathurst 1000 of high drama - including an accusation of "disgraceful" sportsmanship by the winning team.

Wallabies to stick with running game

Wallabies to stick with running game

Michael Cheika committed to Wallabies' running style of play, but whether it will work against England in a Rugby World Cup quarter-final remains to be seen.

Peter Dutton was “just stating facts” in attack on China

Peter Dutton was “just stating facts” in attack on China

A SENIOR government minister has defended Peter Dutton’s controversial remarks about China’s hacking and intellectual theft activities.

Man dies after home power cut

Man dies after home power cut

A MAN whose life depended on a constant supply of oxygen died just 12 minutes after the power to his home was cut, authorities say.

Man behind $22.6 million cocaine plot facing justice

Man behind $22.6 million cocaine plot facing justice

FIVE passengers, carrying five suitcases, were caught smuggling almost 40kg of cocaine into Australia. Now the puppetmaster is facing justice.

Insane records in Shield farce

Insane records in Shield farce

The Sheffield Shield grudge match between South Australia and Victoria has finally been put out of its misery — but only after some stunning records.

Fans erupt over ‘absolutely disgusting’ KO

Fans erupt over ‘absolutely disgusting’ KO

A SICKENING knockout left UFC fans incensed and slamming the referee for failing to step in sooner. He was later kicked off the card.

TV panellist’s snide swipe at Greta

TV panellist’s snide swipe at Greta

As the ABC’s Insiders program started to wind down on Sunday morning, one of the panellists couldn’t resist taking a cheap shot at Greta Thunberg.

Aussie islands for price of a house

Aussie islands for price of a house

FANCY your own slice of paradise? A string of Aussie islands have come up for sale, and you don’t have to be rich or famous to afford them.

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