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Tuesday, Jan 16

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Infamous killer’s shock reaction

NATHAN Mendes is still haunted by the 2008 murder of salesman Travis Alexander and the media spectacle that ensued.

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Chained children ‘only came out at night’

NEIGHBOURS of the Turpin family in Perris, California, have described their odd behaviour and “heartbreak” at not realising what was happening in the middle of their community.

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Ron Burgundy hijacks Australian Open

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Will Ferrell hijacked the Australian Open and Roger Federer was his hostage.

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Australian Open Day 2, live coverage, results: De Minaur doing battle

Petra Kvitova, the two-time Wimbledon champ who is still on her way back after being stabbed in the hand in 2016 during a home invasion has fought back from 4-0 down in the third set of her match with Andrea Petkovic for nothing. Kvitova…

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Inside family’s house of horrors

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THE Turpins of Perris, California were on the surface a large and devoutly Christian family who may have looked eerily similar, but seemed otherwise normal.

PM’s staff pay rise “obscene”, Labor says

Labor frontbencher Brendan O’Connor has described Malcolm Turnbull’s decision to pay 30 political staffers more than the maximum pay rate of $259,000 at a time when wage growth is at a record low as “obscene”. The Prime Minister has…

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Live: Tomic told ‘you’re on your own’

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Live: Australian Open Day Two

Monday, Jan 15

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Indonesian police rule out act of terror in building collapse

At least 77 office workers have been injured during the busy lunch hour rush in Jakarta after an internal walkway connecting the twin towers of the Indonesian Stock Exchange collapsed, causing significant damage to the 24-year-old building…

Star sets record straight on infamous sex scene

FOR decades, many have wondered if the infamous sex scene between Hollywood stars Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland in their 1973 film Don’t Look Now was real.

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Cranberries singer’s tortured past

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MORE details have emerged of the troubled life Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan endured as mystery surrounds her sudden death in a London hotel.

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Brilliant reply to abuse question

ACTRESS Sharon Stone has laughed when a US reporter asked her if she had ever been the victim of sexual harassment, saying she’s “seen it all” during her career in Hollywood.

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Stunning confession 25 years later

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FRANKIE Wesley McAlister’s brutal and senseless murder haunted the lives of his parents for 25 years and his father died a broken man last October.

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‘Bomber’ Thompson exits country

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AFL legend Mark “Bomber” Thompson has been spotted leaving the country only 10 days after his home was raided as part of a drug investigation.

Kyrgios slaps down US reporter

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FOR a brief moment it looked like an unsuspecting American journalist was about to pull off the impossible — leave Nick Kyrgios speechless.

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Reclusive heiress is written out

AFTER fashion designer Gianni Versace was gunned down by drifter Andrew Cunanan in 1997, outside the A-lister’s Miami mansion, some of the world’s most recognisable celebrities gathered to mourn him.

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Tim Cahill set to sign with former English club Millwall

ENGLISH club Millwall is poised to announce the shock signing of Australian football superstar Tim Cahill. It would be a stunning return to England for the champion Socceroos striker, who became a cult hero with Millwall fans after his…

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Australian Open tennis Day 1 live coverage: Matt Ebden upsets John Isner as seeds tumble

Australia’s Sam Stosur has made a solid start to her first-round match against Puerto Rico’s Monica Puig. Stosur took the first set 6-4 after breaking Puig’s serve in the fifth game. Stosur is looking to advance beyond the fourth round of…

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Australia Day: Greens leader Richard Di Natale steps up campaign to change date

Greens leader Richard Di Natale says January 26 represents dispossession, theft, and the “ongoing genocide” and “slaughter” of Aboriginal people. Putting the case for making changing the date of Australia Day one of the Greens’ top…

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‘To the table of six boys’

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A POPULAR Mexican restaurant says it is “extremely happy” after finding an envelope under its door from a group of customers who walked out on a $326 bill over the weekend.

Sunday, Jan 14

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Legend’s stinging Tomic slapdown

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Live Australian Open 2018

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Scorned ex rips ‘bizarre’ F1 ace

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A FORMER girlfriend of F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton says he was obsessed with threesomes — and was driven potty by people using his loo.

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Would-be Ardern of Aussie politics Rebecca White finds kindred spirit in Kiwi PM

Both are young, ambitious, popular women — political cleanskins who have reinvigorated their parties ahead of tight elections, hunting down male-led conservative governments. Perhaps it is not so surprising then that New Zealand Labour…

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Abandoned city under London

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ANYONE who’s been to London will be familiar with the Underground.

Aussie TV, we’ve got a big problem

That is one of the most consistent complaints I get from people who say they don’t watch Aussie-made television dramas anymore. As far as they are concerned, the same stable of actors is trotted out every time a new drama is announced. On…

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Peru quake: At least 2 dead, 65 hurt

A POWERFUL earthquake struck off Peru’s coast early Sunday local time, destroying adobe structures and killing at least two people and injuring more than 65, according to officials.

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Rise of deeply creepy new porn trend

DADDY. It’s such a beautifully evocative word that more than likely transports you back to a time when you were a sweet, innocent girl under the care and tutelage of your big, strong, protective Papa. However, now “daddy” has taken on a…

What Australia will look like in 2049

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THE Australia we know and love today will look very different in just three decades, according to a top forecaster.

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Family’s hilarious photoshoot fail

WHEN Pam Zaring booked a professional photographer to take photos of her family, she was hoping for some simple, smiling pictures of her loved ones.

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Donald Trump battles fallout over 's***hole' remark

Donald Trump supporters have tried to arrest London's Muslim mayor, who has taken a swipe at the US President during a speech in the British capital. An anti-Islamic nationalist wheeled homemade gallows into the Fabian Society conference,…

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Vile messages after Dolly’s death

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