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  • Council stripped of citizenship ceremonies

    16 August 2017 9:04 AM 11

    The Turnbull government has stripped Victoria's Yarra Council of the power to hold citizenship ceremonies, after the council voted to stop referring to January 26th as Australia Day. Malcolm Turnbull launched a blistering parliamentary attack on the council, calling the national holiday a time for celebration of a successful multicultural society

  • Man dies, teenager injured as wild winds cause walls to collapse

    16 August 2017 7:54 AM 10

    A CARPENTER has died after a brick wall collapsed in Sydney’s northwest while a teenager suffered critical head injuries in another building collapse as wild winds wreaked havoc across the city today. Emergency services were called to Talinga St in Carlingford just before 10am today following reports the wall, which was under construction, was blown

  • Trump administration report singles out Pauline Hanson’s rhetoric on Muslims

    16 August 2017 7:15 AM 13

    Hanson says senator visa debacle has been blown out of proportion2:31 Senator Pauline Hanson has had a dig at the media while delivering her motion on Malcolm Roberts' eligibility to sit in the senate. IF THERE was a world leader Pauline Hanson could have relied on surely it was Donald Trump? After all, in January she crowed about how she had secured

  • Perth beats Sydney for 'liveability'

    16 August 2017 5:48 AM 12

    Perth has maintained its ranking as the world's seventh most liveable city, beating Sydney at number 11 and just being pipped by Adelaide. The rankings by The Economist once again places Melbourne at the top for the seventh consecutive year, with Vienna, Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary rounding out the top five. The Economist's 'liveability' report is sold to corporations

  • Perth man guilty of partner's murder after they argued over meth quality

    16 August 2017 5:48 AM 12

    A Perth man has been found guilty of murdering his on-and-off partner of 10 years after they argued about the quality of methamphetamine they had taken. Damien Couzens went on trial in the Supreme Court of WA, charged with murdering 42-year-old Jody Websdale, who was found with ligature marks around her neck in the courtyard of her Midland unit in March

  • Coast-bound Ekka public holiday traffic eases on the M1

    16 August 2017 3:46 AM 11

    Brisbanites taking advantage of the Ekka people's day public holiday have created major traffic delays on the Pacific Motorway. While traffic between Loganholme and Helensvale had eased by 2pm, all southbound lanes of the Pacific Motorway from Robina to Palm Beach were still affected by heavy traffic. Earlier, traffic was banked up from Loganholme down to Helensvale

  • Sydney weather: One man dead as wild weather brings down walls, trees, power lines

    16 August 2017 1:41 AM 13

    A man has died following a wall collapse on a building site in Sydney's north-west as wild wind gusts bring down trees and power lines across parts of the city. Police said a 30-year-old man was trapped when a wall, which was under construction, was blown over in the wind in Carlingford about 10:00am. The man reportedly went into cardiac arrest, however

  • Urban sprawl could expose more Australians to deadly Hendra virus, study suggests

    15 August 2017 12:32 PM 16

    Urban sprawl could see more Australians exposed to the deadly Hendra virus, a new study suggests. Australian researchers have found that as humans settle in new areas, bat colonies move in too. And that means more people could be at greater risk of exposure to the virus, which bats carry and shed, infecting horses, which can in turn infect people

  • Politics live as Barnaby Joyce remains under pressure over citizenship

    15 August 2017 10:03 AM 21

    "Senate colleagues, apart from Labor, have been involved in active discussions with the government on media reform," Senator Fifield said. "As has been the case for the life of this Senate, it is independent and minor party colleagues who are prepared to constructively engage. Given Labor is more interested in playing politics while risking jobs and livelihoods

  • ACT Brumbies add Lachlan McCaffrey to Super Rugby squad after Leicester stint

    15 August 2017 7:59 AM 22

    Returning ACT Brumby Lachlan McCaffrey says the chance to make a mark in Australian rugby convinced him to return home after a four-year stint in Europe. McCaffrey will join the Brumbies in the coming months after agreeing to a deal to link with the Brumbies. The journeyman back-rower has played for the NSW Waratahs, Western Force, the Brumbies, London