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  • 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

  • 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 4

    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

  • US Vice President Mike Pence’s rebel daughter Audrey doesn’t vote Republican and supports left-wing causes

    23 April 2017 4:40 AM 6

    Peter Cosgrove welcomes Mike Pence to Admiralty House1:34 Audrey Pence, daughter of ultraconservative US Vice President Mike Pence, is a left-leaning, Arabic-speaking rebel, but her father doesn’t mind. AUDREY Pence, daughter of the US Vice President, is on the Democrat side of politics, speaks Arabic and is studying journalism. The 21-year-old is the youngest

  • Credlin says Higgins approach 'ridiculous'

    23 April 2017 4:21 AM 6

    Peta Credlin, the former chief of staff to Tony Abbott, says reports she had been approached to challenge a federal cabinet minister for a blue-ribbon Melbourne Liberal seat were "ridiculous". A group of millionaire Victorian Liberal Party members were said to have wanted Ms Credlin to oust Revenue Minister Kelly O'Dwyer from the seat of Higgins

  • Queenslanders turn out to remember fallen

    23 April 2017 2:06 AM 5

    The veterans are fewer in number each year and yet the crowds get bigger and bigger. More than 100 years on from Gallipoli, RSL Queensland president Stewart Cameron says Anzac Day has never been more present in the consciousness of the community. The crowd at Brisbane's ANZAC Square, for instance, is packed to capacity for the dawn service, and Mr Cameron

  • Former leaders must show respect: Dutton

    23 April 2017 1:16 AM 7

    One of federal cabinet's leading conservatives has cautioned Tony Abbott to stay constructive in his criticism of politics. Senior minister Peter Dutton says both sides of politics have a great deal of respect for their former leaders and prime ministers - even Labor for Julia Gillard and Kevin Rudd. 'It is a two-way process, though, where former leaders

  • Mike Pence pledges to honor refugee deal

    23 April 2017 12:12 AM 6

    Vice President Mike Pence offered assurance to Australia over its ties to the US and pledged to honour a refugee resettlement deal that's been sharply criticised by the Trump administration. The US "has made it clear we'll honour the agreement, it doesn't mean we admire the agreement," he said. On Sunday, Immigration Minster Peter Dutton insisted there

  • Neddy Smith in ‘near escape’ from hospital

    22 April 2017 10:46 PM 7

    CORRECTIVE Services NSW is investigating allegations that prison officers failed to keep watch over one of the state’s most notorious criminals as he received treatment at a Sydney hospital. Convicted murderer Arthur “Neddy” Smith, now 72, reportedly left his bed at the Prince of Wales Hospital at Randwick on Monday while one officer slept and the other

  • New federal $5.5m vaccination campaign

    22 April 2017 10:19 PM 6

    The Turnbull government is rolling out a $5.5 million immunisation awareness program to encourage parents and carers to get their kids vaccinated. The three-year campaign targets areas where vaccination rates can be as low as 64 per cent by addressing myths and misconceptions while explaining the benefits of childhood vaccinations for both the individual