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  • Woman's ex-partner Mehmed Solmaz sought after suspicious death in Sunshine West

    24 May 2017 2:33 AM 6

    Police are hunting the former partner of a 61-year-old woman who died in suspicious circumstances in Sunshine West. The body of the woman, whose name has not yet been released, was discovered by emergency services at a Hall Street address about 9pm on Tuesday. Homicide squad Detective Inspector Mick Hughes said the couple had still been living together

  • Manchester Arena explosion at Ariana Grande concert: What we know so far

    24 May 2017 1:49 AM 4

    The Bruce Almighty actor tells Jimmy Kimmel that he balances his impressive beard by shaving another part of his body. British actor Roger Moore, who won international fame playing secret agent James Bond, died on Tuesday aged 89. British host of the Late, Late Show with James Corden delivered an emotional speech following the news of an explosion at an Ariana

  • Boy George coming to Canberra for the opening of Kokomo's

    24 May 2017 1:47 AM 6

    Huge news if you're a fan of Boy George. The British singer is coming to Canberra - and he's coming next week. George will perform a DJ set as part of the opening of Kokomo's, the new Tiki-themed restaurant and bar at the former Tongue and Groove spot on Bunda Street. The opening event is on the night of Friday June 2, with tickets going on sale tomorrow

  • Actor Tom Cruise confirms Tom Gun 2 will begin filming in 2018

    24 May 2017 1:00 AM 6

    Tom Cruise confirms Top Gun sequel0:24 AFTER years of speculation, Tom Cruise has confirmed that Top Gun 2 is officially happening. “It’s true. Yeah, it’s true,” he said during an interview on Channel Seven’s Sunrise. “I’m going to start filming it, probably in the next year,” the 54-year-old added, with a big grin across his face. The New York Post reports

  • Sigma to commence proceedings against My Chemist/Chemist Warehouse

    24 May 2017 12:45 AM 6

    Sigma Healthcare Limited (ASX:SIG) has decided to commence legal proceedings against the My Chemist/Chemist Warehouse Group, in relation to its current Supply Agreement. The wholesale and distribution pharmacy business says, the proceeding relate to the My Chemist/Chemist Warehouse Group’s (MC/CW) intention to buy certain products from an alternative

  • Indigenous Aust must own recognition: PM

    24 May 2017 12:36 AM 4

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull insists indigenous Australians need to debate options for constitutional recognition without political interference. Mr Turnbull made a statement to parliament on Wednesday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the May 27, 1967 referendum and the 25th anniversary of the Mabo High Court decision. As campaigners for the 1967 referendum

  • Kyle Chalmers to have heart surgery, forcing world swim titles withdrawal

    24 May 2017 12:35 AM 6

    Olympic gold medallist Kyle Chalmers will have heart surgery, forcing him to withdraw from the coming FINA World Championships. The Adelaide swimmer has a heart condition, supraventricular tachycardia (SVT), and his coach Peter Bishop said it was more important that be dealt with than Chalmers seeking to be in peak form to compete for Australia in July in Budapest

  • Aboriginal survival 'rests on recognition'

    23 May 2017 11:53 PM 18

    The survival of indigenous Australians depends on whether leaders can map a path to bold reform and recognition, the co-chair of the Referendum Council says. Hundreds of Aboriginal delegates are in Central Australia this week to hammer out what amendments to the founding document might look like. The Uluru First Nations summit is being held ahead of the 50-year

  • Turnbull offers May ‘any and every support’ after terror attack

    23 May 2017 11:21 PM 5

    Malcolm Turnbull has asked UK Prime Minister Theresa May to convey Australia’s solidarity, love and prayers to the people of Manchester after what he called a horrific terrorist attack and shocking loss. In a telephone conversation between the two leaders, Turnbull offered the UK “any and every support”. Earlier the federal parliament united in sympathy

  • Sunshine West death: Woman’s body found at Hall St house

    23 May 2017 11:21 PM 20

    POLICE are searching for a man after the suspicious death of a woman at a Sunshine West home last night. Emergency services were called to a house in Hall St, Sunshine West, where they found the woman’s body about 9pm on Tuesday. Homicide Squad detectives are investigating and treating the death of the woman as suspicious. It is believed he may be travelling