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  • Crowds line Northbourne Avenue for Summernats city cruise in Canberra

    4 January 2018 3:35 AM 23

    Crowds lined the streets of Northbourne Avenue for the annual Summernats city cruise on Thursday. Hotted-up cars drove from Exhibition Park to Vernon Circle, putting on a lunchtime show in the city centre. The event marks the unofficial start of Summernats 31, which ramps up over the Friday and weekend. Check the gallery above to see some of the cars - and also if we caught

  • Vale is negotiating BHP exit from Samarco venture, source says

    4 January 2018 1:57 AM 21

    Vale is in talks with BHP Billiton over the future of their joint venture, Samarco Mineração, and one alternative is for the Brazilian miner to buy out its partner, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Wednesday. A price has not yet been established for any buyout and it would depend on BHP's willingness to exit the venture, said the person

  • Fremantle jokesters steal getaway car keys from alleged shop thief

    4 January 2018 1:57 AM 22

    Two Fremantle jokesters have stopped an alleged burglar in his tracks after stealing the keys to his car. Bevan Duncan and Nathan Cugley told 9 News Perth they were out having drinks when they heard a window being smashed at around 10.30pm. A man had broken into the Stand Up Surf Shop on Stirling Highway, and both Mr Duncan and Mr Cugley watched as he rifled

  • Man stabbed to death in Bendigo

    3 January 2018 8:37 AM 23

    A man has died after he was stabbed outside a house a Bendigo Wednesday afternoon. The man was found outside a home in King Street, Bendigo at about 12.30pm with life-threatening injuries. The man was located outside the address with serious life-threatening injuries. The man who is yet to be formally identified was taken to hospital where he died a short

  • NBN used a gaming controller that dates back to 2000 in its ad

    3 January 2018 6:46 AM 21

    The NBN has been caught photoshopping one of its ads to appeal to gamers, but it has instead backfired. Scott Rhodie, a former digital employee at NBN, found the blunder plastered on a TV screen while shopping at JB Hifi in Pitt Street Mall. "As a gamer since I was 4, something was weird about the image and then I realised the controller had a mini USB and new controllers

  • Danny Green wishes 'foul mutt' an 'obscenely painful death' after prison attack

    3 January 2018 6:46 AM 23

    WA boxer Danny Green has taken to social media to congratulate the person who put murderer Trudi Lenon in hospital. Lenon, who sustained burns to 30 per cent of her body after having boiling water thrown on her, is awaiting sentencing in Bandyup Women's Prison for the murder of Aaron Pajich. She remains in hospital following the attack which happened

  • Man charged over Sunshine Coast police assault

    3 January 2018 12:15 AM 27

    A Sunshine Coast man accused of repeatedly punching a police officer who tried to search the car he was in has been charged with a string of offences. Ashley Wayne Dodd, 39, was arrested at a home in Brisbane’s east on Tuesday and charged with 25 offences, including serious assault police. The Glass House Mountains man was a passenger in a Toyota Camry

  • Man hurls barrage of insults at passing police car and gets busted for drink driving

    2 January 2018 3:58 AM 21

    A 69-year-old man who hurled a barrage of insults at a police car that tried to overtake him was pulled over and busted for drink driving in the city's north-west on Monday night. The man was driving along Main Road East in St Albans about 9.35pm when police drew up behind his white ute. When the police car tried to overtake him, the man started yelling

  • Father dead, son charged with murder on Palm Island

    2 January 2018 3:58 AM 24

    A man has been charged with murder after allegedly stabbing his father to death on a north Queensland island. Police were called to the Palm Island home about 4.50pm on Monday to reports a man had been stabbed in the neck. The 52-year-old man was rushed to the island’s hospital before being airlifted to Townsville Hospital, about 70 kilometres to the south

  • Man killed by lightning at Kings Canyon

    2 January 2018 3:58 AM 22

    A man was killed after he was hit by lightning during a family walk along a popular track in central Australia on New Year's Day. Northern Territory Police said a man was walking along the Rims track at Kings Canyon about 5pm on Monday while a thunderstorm hit the region, prompting flash flooding and lightning. The 35-year-old man was with his family