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17 September 2017 2:26 PM Man charged after Melbourne anti-racism rally

A man has been charged after he was pulled from an anti-fascism rally in Melbourne for covering his face. A woman was also arrested for attacking photographers as hundreds of anti-racism and anti-fascism protesters gathered at the State Library in Melbourne's CBD on Sunday. The protesters then marched to state parliament to confront a small right-wing 12

17 September 2017 11:16 AM British Airways plane evacuated after threat

A British Airways flight from Paris was evacuated at Charles de Gaulle airport here on Sunday for security reasons after passengers were told a "direct threat" had been made towards the aircraft. A British Airways flight from Paris was evacuated at Charles de Gaulle airport here on Sunday for security reasons after passengers were told a “direct threat 40

17 September 2017 9:19 AM Police attend security incident involving British Airways flight in Paris

POLICE and emergency services have grounded a British Airways flight at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris amid security fears. The Airbus A320 was due to fly to London Heathrow Airport when officials ordered its evacuation. However, security officers surrounded the plane as it was held on the tarmac around 7.45am Sunday local time. Passengers have been evacuated 40

17 September 2017 2:50 AM Body of missing elderly hiker found in Victorian Alpine area near tent

The body of missing hiker Leslie Southwell has been found in the Mount Bogong area in Victoria's Alps, police have confirmed. He went missing on a 4.7-kilometre trek from Cleve Cole Memorial Hut to Michell Hut. Wangaratta police area Acting Inspector Kevin Coughlan said emergency crews found Mr Southwell's body just before 9:00am halfway between the huts. "Until 14

16 September 2017 7:39 AM Migaloo sighted off Gold Coast on southward migration

WHEN it comes to white whale Migaloo, there’s only one thing rarer than seeing him once. Gold Coast whale-watchers have been treated to two sightings of the majestic mammal months apart. He was spotted off the Glitter Strip on his northward migration in July, and again today as he headed back south to Antarctica. Tourists aboard the Sea World Whale Watch 27

14 September 2017 8:50 AM International Space Station Welcomes Three New Members

Three new crew members have arrived at the International Space Station, restoring the station's crew to six, NASA said on Wednesday. NASA astronauts Mark Vande Hei, Joe Acaba and Alexander Misurkin of the Russian space agency Roscosmos arrived at the International Space Station at 10.55 pm EDT on Tuesday (8.25 am on Wednesday, India time). The space 10

9 September 2017 2:49 PM Tears, smiles and reunions: Inside the West Coast and Port Adelaide rooms after elimination final extra time epic

PERHAPS no West Coast club theme song had ever been sung with so much relief and exhaustion at the same time. The Eagles could barely catch their breath as they, somehow, belted out another rendition of ‘We’re Flying High’, minutes after cementing a semi-final against GWS next weekend in the most insane and thrilling circumstances. The pool of Gatorade 27

7 September 2017 10:45 PM Luxury apartment block in Liverpool goes up in flames

POLICE have established a crime scene in Sydney’s west this morning following a fire in an under-construction luxury apartment block. New photos show the inferno ripping through the 16th floor. Emergency services were called to the unoccupied building on Shepherd Street, Liverpool, just before 8.30pm. It is not yet known if the fire was deliberately 78

29 August 2017 3:47 AM Crane topples into Sydney Harbour after wire rope snaps and lands in Luna Park

A crane operating off a barge at Milsons Point has toppled into Sydney Harbour, with stunned witnesses reporting a loud bang, and seeing a cable fly off into nearby Luna Park. Police are on the scene, and Safework New South Wales confirmed there were no injuries. One witness said he "thought a bomb had gone off" while others reported seeing a cable go flying 15

29 August 2017 2:05 AM Channel 10’s marriage equality photoshop fail

The marriage equality debate took its most emotive turn yet last week, when a poster allegedly seen in a Melbourne laneway sparked a vehement “I told you so” from the “Yes” campaign. An image of the offensive poster, allegedly spotted in Heffernan Lane, went viral after it was tweeted by Dan Leach-McGill, prompting media reports that the posters were “plastered 34