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Sun 27 May 2018

800,000 influenza vaccines secured to keep up with demand

800,000 influenza vaccines secured to keep up with demand

800,000 influenza vaccines have been secured for distribution across the country

Picnic At Hanging Rock’s biggest mystery answered

Picnic At Hanging Rock’s biggest mystery answered

FIFTY years and several remakes later, one question still haunts those gripped by Picnic At Hanging Rock: Did this really happen?

‘I only slept three hours a night’

‘I only slept three hours a night’

SYDNEY teen Saira Simpson is like many other kids her age — addicted to tech. But when her phone consumed her life, her parents took drastic action.

NRL turned back on James’ memory: Wife

premium_icon NRL turned back on James’ memory: Wife

THE NRL has been accused of sweeping the death of a young Queensland rugby league player under the rug.

Morgan Freeman issues second apology

Morgan Freeman issues second apology

OSCAR-winning actor Morgan Freeman has apologised in the wake of explosive sexual harassment claims against him by multiple women.

I was a homeless teenager but I turned my life around

premium_icon I was a homeless teenager but I turned my life around

It was 22 years ago that I was homeless for nearly five months, living on the lounge room floor of my younger brothers' apartment.

End-of-life choices up front with folders

End-of-life choices up front with folders

Paramedics will have quick access to a patients' important end-of-life-care choices if they face a medical emergency thanks to an Australian-first system

Our game show question shame

Our game show question shame

IF THIS week proved anything, it’s that stupidity has taken such a hold that the whole of the human race is doomed.

JUST COP IT SWEET: Shock things police can and can’t do

JUST COP IT SWEET: Shock things police can and can’t do

WHEN it comes to what force a police officer can and can’t use, there can be a lot of confusion. These are the powers they do have.

Secrets inside high class brothel

Secrets inside high class brothel

WHEN Lou Blair found out she lived next door to a brothel, she wanted to know more. She was stunned by what she discovered.

Ray Martin drops ‘n-word’ on live TV

Ray Martin drops ‘n-word’ on live TV

THE Gold Logie winning broadcaster shocked SBS viewers when he used the offensive racial slur during live Royal Wedding coverage.

Ireland praise historic ‘Yes’ vote on abortion

Ireland praise historic ‘Yes’ vote on abortion

IRELAND has voted overwhelmingly to repeal a 1983 constitutional ban on abortions, with activists proclaiming victory.

Sat 26 May 2018

'If that tower falls down, we're screwed'

'If that tower falls down, we're screwed'

A RESIDENT was terrified for her safety as trees underneath a Telstra tower caught fire.

Baby dies after 10 hours in car

Baby dies after 10 hours in car

A BABY girl, who had only recently been adopted, died after her father forgot about the one-year-old and left her in his boiling car.

Mother convicted in toddler’s overdose shares warning

Mother convicted in toddler’s overdose shares warning

ERICA Barley was in many ways a normal mum-of-two. But the young mum had a devastating secret - she was addicted to heroin.

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