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9 January 2018 11:08 AM Search mounted for WA prospector missing in scorching conditions

Police are searching for a missing prospector who failed to return to his camp in the Mid West region on Monday night. Justin Davies had been camping with family members 24 kilometres east of Cue when he failed to return to camp at 6pm. Police launched an aerial and ground search for the 48-year-old on Tuesday as temperatures in the area topped 44 degrees 68

2 October 2017 2:12 AM Shocking aftermath: Beer bongs, naked bods and tatts

IF YOU thought the wash up from music festivals were bad, you probably haven’t seen the aftermath of the The Deniliquin Ute Muster. Mullets were a fashion staple and one woman opted to wear a “Titties, beer and fishing” T-shirt — but that wasn’t even the worst of it. Some people drank from motorised beer bongs and a man, with an amputated limb, removed 133

30 September 2017 5:43 AM Hero throws oBike under car to stop masked teen armed with knife on Flinders Street

A hero has thrown a bicycle under a four-wheel drive in a bid to stop a 15-year-old driver – armed with a knife and dressed in what appears to be black riot gear and a full-face helmet – from running down pedestrians in downtown Melbourne on AFL grand final morning. Extraordinary footage shows the quick-thinking passer-by sprinting across Swanston Street 42

23 September 2017 4:04 AM Records tumble as early season heat worsens fire threat across NSW

As much as 40 per cent of NSW is expected to set September heat records on Saturday as bushfire crews prepare for a busy afternoon. The state also notched its first 40-degree reading for September. A total 60 bush and grass fires, including 11 that are not contained, were alight shortly after 1pm, according to the NSW Rural Fire Service. About half the state 58

13 August 2017 8:21 AM Tigers stun Manly in Leichhardt miracle

Wests Tigers have stunned the Sea Eagles with a thrilling comeback at Leichhardt Oval, stealing a 30-26 win on Sunday afternoon. The home team had to overhaul a 20-6 half-time deficit as Manly's Daly Cherry-Evans and Aku Uate raced in first-half doubles and it all came down to the final minute as the Sea Eagles clung desperately to a 26-24 advantage 90

1 August 2017 5:17 AM Lynette Daley might have lived with urgent medical attention, court told

A jury has heard a woman who died on a secluded beach on the New South Wales north coast might have survived with timely medical assistance. Lynette Daley died during a camping trip to Ten Mile beach near Iluka in 2011. A Supreme Court trial in Coffs Harbour has heard the 33-year-old suffered severe internal and external lacerations caused by violent 48

31 July 2017 11:08 AM Adrian Attwater on trial for manslaughter of Lynette Daley

A MAN on trial over the 2011 manslaughter of a drunk woman on a remote northern NSW beach “repeatedly and vigorously” sexually assaulted her, a jury has heard. Accused man Adrian Attwater later told police “girls will be girls, boys will be boys”, an interview played at the NSW Supreme Court in Coffs Harbour on Monday revealed. Attwater has pleaded not guilty 64

19 July 2017 8:19 PM Kakadu archaeological discovery proves First Australians arrived at least 65,000 years ago

NEW proof has been found showing Aboriginal people lived in Australia up to 18,000 years earlier than once thought, at the same time now-extinct species of giant animals roamed the land. A team of archaeologists have uncovered a treasure trove of evidence with global significance for the history of human evolution, confirming the colonisation of Australia 106

24 June 2017 3:22 AM Evicted: Martin Place homeless camp forced out of Sydney’s financial heart

A HOMELESS camp in the financial heart of Sydney’s CBD has been kicked out by authorities who described them as a “public nuisance”. Bedding, clothing and blankets were all that remained in the northeastern Martin Place camp after police and City of Sydney council workers this morning moved in to evict dozens of people who have been living there for months 103

10 June 2017 10:18 AM Melbourne man dies after monkey bike crash on camping trip at Stradbroke

Tributes are flowing for a 24-year-old Cranbourne man who died in a monkey bike crash while on a camping trip in Gippsland. Luke Staveley was killed after two bikes crashed near Stradbroke early Saturday morning. He was with a group of mates at a remote campsite when, at about 12.30am, two went for a ride on their monkey bikes. When Mr Staveley followed 61