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  • Logies 2017 live: Who will win gold on Australian TV's big night?

    23 April 2017 12:17 PM 3

    "I'm sorry, I'm sorry, you need to change, can we get wardrobe?" Helliar asks. "I asked you two hours ago, I asked you specifically not to wear fuchsia. You need to put a jacket on." "I've been flat out, I haven't had time," a flustered Stewart replies. "I told you two and a half hours ago we can't both wear fuchsia, it looks like we are trying to land aircraft

  • Melbourne City v Perth Glory, live, stream: Coverage of Elimination Final 2 at AAMI Park

    23 April 2017 11:32 AM 6

    REMEMBER round two, when Melbourne City played Melbourne Victory so brutally off the park everyone threw their hands back and said: that’s the benchmark? That same team was booed off their home ground – an appalling finals turnout of 9, 944 - at half-time by their own faithful after the most insipid of displays in an elimination finals furnace, which

  • France's presidential election could help shape what's next for an often bitterly divided Europe

    23 April 2017 11:26 AM 9

    For 44 million French voters, it is not just about choosing the person to lead them out of an economic downturn that has left them morose and frustrated, but whether that person also will take them out of Europe and bring about the collapse of the postwar European dream. France goes to the polls Sunday for the first round of a presidential election that has been shaken

  • Dave Hughes roasts Logie Awards celebrities in his speech

    23 April 2017 11:15 AM 2

    COMEDIAN Dave Hughes delivered on his promise to take aim at TV’s biggest names as he opened the 59th TV Week Logie Awards tonight. Karl Stefanovic got off lightly and a joke about Gold Logie nominee Samuel Johnson fell flat, but Channel 7 CEO Tim Worner, who was not in the audience, was the prime target. “Channel 7 were working on a pilot for The Wrong

  • FBI boss Comey arrives in New Zealand

    23 April 2017 10:19 AM 5

    FBI Director James Comey has arrived in New Zealand ahead of a conference, although officials were being cagey about the exact nature of his visit. Comey disembarked from a Gulfstream jet after touching down at the Queenstown Airport on Sunday night. A spokeswoman for New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English said New Zealand's government is hosting a conference

  • Canberra stair-climber Mark Bourne wins Lotte World Tower Sky run in South Korea

    23 April 2017 8:31 AM 5

    If Mark Bourne isn't on top of the world, then the Canberra stair climber is pretty damn close. Bourne won the Lotte World Tower International Skyrun - the world's highest stair climb - in South Korea on Sunday, stopping the clock in a record time of 15 minutes and 44 seconds. He ran up 2917 stairs, 123 floors and 555 metres in the fifth tallest building

  • Police arrest 12yo boy trying to drive across Australia from NSW to WA

    23 April 2017 8:30 AM 3

    A 12-year-old boy attempting to drive a car from New South Wales across Australia to Perth has been arrested by police at Broken Hill. The boy was pulled over on the Barrier Highway after police noticed his car's bumper was dragging along the road in New South Wales' far west on Saturday. He had apparently already driven already driven more than 1,000 kilometres

  • Brisbane Lions trainer subject of alleged racial abuse at Etihad Stadium

    23 April 2017 8:25 AM 8 1

    The AFL has been hit by another incident of fan racism after a video emerged of a spectator launching a vile tirade at Saturday's Western Bulldogs-Brisbane Lions match, allegedly directed towards one of the Lions trainers. Police are investigating the incident after a video of the abuse went viral on Sunday. Giant Heath Shaw has come under fire and since

  • Umpire apologises to Leigh Montagna if he got 50m penalty decision wrong

    23 April 2017 7:06 AM 6

    AN umpire has admitted he may have mistakenly awarded a 50m penalty against St Kilda’s Leigh Montagna, which cost his team a crucial goal against Geelong. After giving away a free kick to Geelong’s Mark Blicavs, Montagna didn’t hide his frustration at the decision but was penalised further after umpire Scott Jeffery thought he had used foul language

  • Sophie Monk is hoping to be lucky in love as Channel 10’s new Bachelorette

    23 April 2017 6:55 AM 5

    Sophie Monk gets grilled on The Weekly0:31 With her high profile ex boyfriends including Hollywood actor Sam Worthington, musician Benji Madden and footballer Eric Grothe Junior, the unlucky in love 37-year-old will spend the coming months trying to find her perfect mate as the star of Channel Ten’s next season of The Bachelorette. “I would love them to not want fame, just someone