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19 September 2017 5:23 AM Springvale bank fire: CCTV shows 'pandemonium' as customers flee arson attack

A Melbourne court has released confronting CCTV of an asylum seeker from Myanmar setting fire to a bank at Springvale, in Melbourne's south-east, in an "act of retribution" for being kept waiting to make a withdrawal. Security vision from inside the Commonwealth Bank branch shows Nur Islam, 22, pouring petrol on the ground between the ATMs inside the front 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 26

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 28

14 September 2017 3:18 AM Kaspersky internet security software banned on US government computers over Russia links

The US Government has just ordered its federal agencies to stop using any internet security software provided by Kaspersky Lab. With more than 400 million customers worldwide, Kaspersky is a huge cybersecurity company and one of the top anti-virus software providers globally. Let's take a look at why the US is worried and what it means for you if you have the software 12

13 September 2017 2:47 AM 'Telstra One Number' Is Telstra's New eSIM Tech

Hot on the back of Apple's announcement of the new Watch Series 3, the first Aussie telco to support its integrated eSIM has come out swinging. Telstra's new One Number service will let you hook up your phone and wearable to the same phone number and mobile data plan. There's no pricing announced for One Number just yet, nor any official confirmation 24

12 September 2017 11:56 PM ‘This happens every morning at Coles’: Woman posts video of shoppers scrambling for baby formula

A FED-UP Coles customer has posted shocking video of a group of women scrambling to strip baby formula from shelves. “Same people every day literally running into the store fighting each other grabbing as much baby formula as they possibly can leaving the entire shelf empty laughing at me thinking it’s funny when I questioned them about it. What are you going 51

12 September 2017 9:01 PM LIVE BLOG: Apple's iPhone 8 And iPhone X Launch, As It Happened

LIVE NOW: We're up and awake and live-blogging Apple's September event, where we'll see not one but two new iPhones, and hopefully a swathe of other new tech toys and glimpses into Apple's future. You should come and keep us company. 8:30PM: Hey folks! Hope you're all settling into bed for that precious six hours of sleep between now and 2:30AM. That's 62

12 September 2017 7:16 AM Video of Indigenous man being hosed from Darwin footpath 'shocking', NT Chief Minister says

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner says he is shocked and upset after a video emerged showing a person outside a tour company spraying a hose towards an Indigenous man sitting on a busy footpath in the centre of Darwin. NT Police said they were aware of the video and would make enquiries in the wake of the footage, which was recorded outside 17

11 September 2017 11:47 AM Liddell power station: AGL appears committed to closing coal plant despite meeting with PM

Energy provider AGL appears to be ruling out selling or extending the life of the Liddell power station, despite the Federal Government declaring that is still an option. Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg said today's meeting between AGL and the Government ended with a range of options, including keeping the Liddell plant open for an extra five years beyond 14

11 September 2017 2:38 AM Mortgage fraud: $500b of 'liar loans' in Australia, warns investment bank UBS

Up to a third of Australian mortgages could be "liar loans" based on factually inaccurate information, investment bank UBS has warned. The latest detailed survey of more than 900 people who took out a home loan in 2017 has found that only 67 per cent responded that their mortgage was "completely factual and accurate", down from 72 per cent of 2016 borrowers 26