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James Weir recaps the big problem with Natalie Joyce’s tell-all

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WHEN news broke of Natalie Joyce’s tell-all with The Australian Women’s Weekly, I was torn. On one hand, we’re a bunch of shady bitches who love drama and, personally, I couldn’t wait to skip into the office with a copy of the publication…

Friday, Jun 22

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Peter Dutton signals no softening of asylum policy

Peter Dutton has warned his Coalition colleagues that Australia is in a “danger phase” with illegal boat arrivals and one act of compassion could “undo overnight” the five years of hard work in “stopping the boats”. Facing renewed calls to…

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World Cup wrap: Neymar's campaign goes from sublime to embarassing to redemption

NEYMAR announced himself to the World Cup, going from sublime to embarrassing, before redeeming himself in Brazil's 2-0 victory over Costa Rica in St Petersburg. The PSG star - carrying the hopes of a nation on his shoulders again - was…

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Chef’s toxicology report released

US CELEBRITY chef Anthony Bourdain, who was found dead in a French hotel room earlier this month, had no narcotics or alcohol in his body when he died, a local prosecutor has confirmed.

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Anthony Albanese lays out his blueprint for government

Anthony Albanese has laid out his blueprint for government, calling on Labor to follow the lead of Bob Hawke and Paul Keating and ­engage with big business, repudiating Bill Shorten’s anti-business crusade weeks out from the crucial Super…

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Cahill’s ‘unbelievable’ reaction to snub

News.com.au / Sport

STANDOUT Socceroos defender Mark Milligan has hailed Tim Cahill’s continued unselfishness and professionalism as he continues to ride the pine in Russia.

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Barrymore praised for ‘brave’ pic

DREW BARRYMORE has posted a photo on Instagram that shows the difference between her makeup free appearance and hours in the makeup chair.

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Andrew Fifita’s Cronulla presentation speech to Matt Prior shows why he’s made for Origin

ANDREW Fifita can’t talk. His coaches, sitting at tables in front of him would argue, that’s not such a bad thing. On this occasion, though, the entire room wants to hear every word that Fifita has to say. The problem is, the 118kg forward…

Story China didn’t want you to see

News.com.au / Finance

FIVE days before 60 Minutes aired a program about China’s quest for global dominance, the team received a furious phone call.

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Salim Mehajer jailed for rigging a local council election

News.com.au / National

SALIM Mehajer’s stroke of good luck in avoiding lengthy jail sentences has run out after he was today sentenced to at least 11 months behind bars for rigging a council election. The former Auburn deputy mayor appeared in Sydney’s Downing…

Thursday, Jun 21

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Trump explains message on Melania’s jacket

News.com.au / World

NOW this is what you call a fashion faux-pas.

60-year catastrophe buries star

News.com.au / Sport

LIONEL Messi is once again the easiest target in sport after his Argentina team crashed to a nightmare 3-0 defeat to Croatia on Friday morning — the country’s worst defeat in the group stage of the World Cup since 1958.

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Queen’s Club: Nick Kyrgios continues excellent Wimbledon build-up with win over Kyle Edmund

Nick Kyrgios has weathered a swearing controversy as his Wimbledon preparation continues to gain momentum after a freakish serving performance at the Fever-Tree Championships at Queen’s Club. Kyrgios fired 32 aces in a 7-6 (7-3) 6-7 (5-7)…

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Australia make bright start but England easily take fourth game in the series

JUST two days after being hammered in to near one-day oblivion Australia took its turn at record making only to be quickly put back in their box by another outstanding English batting effort which continued the tourists’ epic 50-over fall…

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Turnbull delivers on historic income tax cut reforms

Malcolm Turnbull secured the most significant tax reform since the GST when the Senate passed $144 billion in personal income tax cuts for 10 million Australians but the Prime Minister faces a new battle in the Senate next week over…

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Time’s powerful Donald Trump cover

News.com.au / World

DONALD Trump has copped widespread criticism after his administration’s policy separated immigrant families crossing the US border, and Time magazine has wasted no time in lambasting the US President.

Aussie outrage over Cahill snub

News.com.au / Sport

THE Socceroos drew 1-1 with Denmark but Australian fans couldn’t help but think the national team had missed a trick.

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‘Most brutal murder in LA history’

WARNING: Graphic content

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World Cup 2018 live coverage: Australia vs Denmark at Samara Arena, Russia

Welcome to live coverage of the Group C World Cup match between Australia and Denmark. Kick-off is at 10pm AEST. IN AN HOUR | 9.45pm Step inside the stadium. Courtesy of former Socceroos goalkeeper and now Fox Sports personality Mark…

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‘Economic armageddon’: 10 things you need to do

News.com.au / Finance

OVER the past two years, Australian economist John Adams and others have been warning of a looming global crash, based on record levels of public and private debt, ultra-low interest rates, excessive public spending and a massive housing…

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World Cup 2018, Australia v Denmark: Socceroos confident heading into huge clash

FAR from being discouraged about a heartbreaking opening loss to France, Australia is confident going into another tough World Cup match against Denmark. The plucky underdog label seems to inspire the Socceroos. Australia fell 2-1 to the…

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PoliticsNow: Senate passes Turnbull’s income tax cuts

Malcolm Turnbull insists the Coalition partyroom will get a chance to weigh in on a proposed new energy policy after it has been signed off by the states and territories. Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg is taking the national energy…

Whining Woolies shoppers told to ‘suck it up’

News.com.au / Finance

THE backlash against the bag ban has begun. Customers who have remembered to bring their own alternatives are lashing out at fellow shoppers who have spent the last two days whining about the lack of plastic bags.

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Aussie TV soap drama Home and Away introduces new gay character

IT’S 2018 — and Summer Bay has finally caught up with the times with the introduction of a new gay character, which has had mixed reactions from viewers. In an episode that aired last night, actor Darius Williams’ character Ty, leaned in…

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How daughters were ‘pushed aside’

BARNABY Joyce had always wanted a son.

Ten hits back at star’s on-air rant

VETERAN Hollywood actor Richard Dreyfuss slammed Channel 10’s The Project in a sensational appearance on rival network Nine’s Today show this morning.

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Iranian substitute tries and fails a forward-flip throw-in during crucial clash with Spain

TWENTY seconds left on the clock, a goal down against Spain with World Cup progression on the line and you have a throw in. What do you do? Time and time again we’ve seen goalkeepers come off their lines in a bid to be their team’s hero…

Wednesday, Jun 20

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Liberals split on membership of UN Human Rights Council

Liberal conservatives are divided over whether Australia should stay in the UN Human Rights Council after the US yesterday withdrew, with Liberal senator James Paterson declaring the country must remain as a “night watchman” against “anti…

Lisa Marie Presley is ‘broke’

LISA Marie Presley claims her former business manager squandered her entire share of late father Elvis’ $US100 million ($135 million) fortune.