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  • Man hailed hero for risking life to pull injured driver from burning ute

    20 September 2017 12:50 AM 32

    THE father of a crash victim who was rescued by a brave passerby moments before the ute explodes into flames has described him as a “true Aussie” hero. Michael Van Baast was driving at night in Cootamundra, in the NSW Riverina, when he came across the white ute of 22-year-old Jacob Prosser which had smashed into a tree. Dramatic vision shows him going

  • ‘No’ voter fires back after getting the sack

    19 September 2017 8:48 PM 35

    THE woman who was sacked for saying online it was “OK to vote no” in the gay marriage postal survey says she is “in complete shock”. Capital Kids Parties business owner Madlin Sims said she fired Madeline because “advertising your desire to vote no for SSM [same-sex marriage] is, in my eyes, hate speech”. She said the situation was made worse because

  • What to do if your same-sex marriage survey form is stolen

    19 September 2017 7:37 AM 36

    A MUM was shocked to find a stash of survey forms in her yard. Online, people are boasting about stealing votes. People have reported finding masses of envelopes containing the forms intended for people to have their say on marriage reform, while others have been boasting about stealing ballots online. A Melbourne mum was yesterday shocked to discover

  • Luke Keary misses Sydney Roosters training again

    19 September 2017 6:51 AM 15 1

    The Sydney Roosters are confident Luke Keary will be fit to train on Thursday after he was sent home for a second consecutive day with food poisoning. Keary has been battling the illness since the weekend, however it's understood his condition has improved ahead of Saturday's NRL preliminary final against North Queensland. The five-eighth missed training

  • Perth brothel madam murder: Shirley Finn told to 'shut her mouth' before death

    19 September 2017 6:51 AM 17

    Perth brothel madam Shirley Finn claimed she was being followed two days before her execution-style murder in 1975 and said a detective had warned her to watch her words, a woman has told an inquest. The WA Coroner's Court heard on Tuesday the mother of three, who had a big tax bill, was agitated when she visited the Mt Hawthorn house Paule Jacqueline

  • Man arrested in Perth CBD after telling police he 'just stabbed someone'

    19 September 2017 6:51 AM 17

    A 46-year-old man has been charged with grievous bodily harm after he walked up to police in the Perth CBD and told officers he had just stabbed someone. The stabbing occurred at around 7.40pm on Monday evening, near Barrack Street. It is understood a man approached officers who were patrolling the area and told them he had just stabbed a man. Police

  • Pilot and trainee lucky to escape crash with minor injuries after plane lands in West Hoxton paddock

    19 September 2017 6:50 AM 36

    A TRAINING pilot and his student have miraculously suffered only minor injuries after their plane crashed in a West Hoxton paddock about 3pm this afternoon. Early reports suggest the PA-28 Cherokee took off from Bankstown Airport this afternoon, but the pilot issued a mayday call shortly afterwards and crashed into bushland near Moondarra Dr about 3pm. NSW Ambulance

  • Western Fwy closed at Ballan near Ballarat in west Victoria

    19 September 2017 6:19 AM 25

    A WOMAN is dead and two others on the run after a stolen van crashed into the back of a truck while trying to escape from a pursuing police car in Ballan in the state’s west. The crash occurred on the Western Fwy, about 40km east of Ballarat, about 2.30pm. Police tried to pull over the allegedly stolen van but the driver did not stop. The van then smashed

  • Far right nationalist Party for Freedom to hold ‘Straight Lives Matter’ anti-same-sex marriage rally

    19 September 2017 6:14 AM 26

    THE organiser of the Cronulla riots anniversary events says his group will march this weekend in a ‘vote no’ rally. A FAR right group, one of the chief organisers of the Cronulla riots anniversary events, has a new target — people voting yes for same-sex marriage. The Party for Freedom will hold a ‘Straight Lives Matter’ protest on Saturday in Sydney

  • Three reportedly injured in carpark crash

    19 September 2017 5:44 AM 24

    THREE females have reportedly been injured in a car accident in Baulkham Hills this afternoon. Just after 1pm emergency services were called to the car park of a shopping centre on Solent Circuit where three women had been hit by a car. Paramedics attended and treated one woman who was believed to have suffered a suspected broken leg. It is understood