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Wed 21 Oct 2020

‘Australia Ghost’: Fury at postal service

‘Australia Ghost’: Fury at postal service

A technical glitch at Australia Post has caused its popular parcel tracker to go offline as the service has been slammed for slow delivery times.

Simone’s parents hope reward will ‘finally bring peace’

Premium Content Simone’s parents hope reward will ‘finally bring peace’

THE murdered backpacker’s family welcome news of a $1 million reward for information about her murder.

Can you make sense of this cryptic HSC question?

Premium Content Can you make sense of this cryptic HSC question?

A US artist has explained the hidden meaning behind a cryptic picture that left many teens confused in an HSC exam on Tuesday.

‘Galvanise community’: Toyah filmmaker calls for justice

Premium Content ‘Galvanise community’: Toyah filmmaker calls for justice

A renowned filmmaker who put together a documentary about Toyah Cordingley and the search for her killer said he hoped it would “galvanise” the community.

CHEEKY FUN: Nude vets sizzle in charity calendar

Premium Content CHEEKY FUN: Nude vets sizzle in charity calendar

Cheeky university students have stripped down to bare all as part of an annual tradition to help farmers doing it tough.

Victoria records three new virus cases

Victoria records three new virus cases

Victoria has recorded three new infections, with the Premier hinting Melburnians could see more significant changes to lockdown restrictions this weekend.

‘I wasn’t drug lord’: Ex-bikie’s last interview before slain

Premium Content ‘I wasn’t drug lord’: Ex-bikie’s last interview before slain

In Shane Ross’ final bombshell interview before his murder, the father-of-three, strongly denied he was linked to convicted drug lord Ivan Tesic.

Passenger points firearm at passing motorists

Premium Content Passenger points firearm at passing motorists

Drivers got a fright when a passing motorist pointed a firearm at them. The incident has sparked a warning from police about certain 'weapons'.

‘Australia no longer produces hard men’

‘Australia no longer produces hard men’

A Kiwi scribe has set a blowtorch on the toughness of Australia’s rugby team, saying they don’t have the stomach for a real contest.

Family frustrated by fatal crash driver’s sentence

Premium Content Family frustrated by fatal crash driver’s sentence

A FAMILY is determined to fight for tougher penalties for drivers who cause fatal crashes after beloved wife and mum Rhonda Kay was killed at Tiaro.

iPhone 12 Pro review: pros and omissions

Premium Content iPhone 12 Pro review: pros and omissions

It is one of Apple’s first 5G iPhones, but is the iPhone 12 Pro worth the upgrade or should you hold out for more?

Maguire accused of meeting ‘traitors’ to further business

Premium Content Maguire accused of meeting ‘traitors’ to further business

Mark Latham has slammed the disgraced Daryl Maguire for doing business with a company he calls “traitors” for sending Australian medical gear to China at the height of...

Hillsong founder blasts COVID restrictions

Hillsong founder blasts COVID restrictions

A church leader has ripped into the NSW government, claiming some coronavirus restrictions on religious gatherings border on discrimination.

New twist for Andrews in hotel inquiry

Premium Content New twist for Andrews in hotel inquiry

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has been ordered to make another sworn statement to the hotel quarantine inquiry after investigators gained access to his phone...

Schapelle quits SAS after dumb mistake

Schapelle quits SAS after dumb mistake

Schapelle Corby has walked off SAS along with an ex-WAG after making outrageous claims about the shocking lies she spun.

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