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19 September 2017 5:44 AM Three reportedly injured in carpark crash

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 11

18 September 2017 3:31 AM Emmy Awards 2017: Red carpet style, ceremony and winners

SHE won Australia’s only Emmy Award but viewers were left confused by Nicole Kidman’s emotional acceptance speech after she left one thing out. “We shone a light on domestic abuse. It is filled with shame and secrecy,” Kidman said, also paying tribute to Reese Witherspoon, her Big Little Lies co-star and fellow Emmy nominee. “I’m a mother and wife, I have two little 20

17 September 2017 11:59 PM Vaginal mesh victims before Senate in NSW

Women suffering strong pain from vaginal mesh implants will tell the Senate of the "living nightmare" their lives have become since having surgery to repair their pelvic-floor. NSW woman Gai Thompson is one of a dozen women appearing at NSW Parliament on Monday. They are among 800 women involved in a class action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson claiming 17

17 September 2017 1:19 AM Violence in Myanmar shows the world needs to stop romanticising Buddhism

THERE is a perception among the Western world that Buddhists are all peaceful, loving people. But some of them are willing to burn villages to the ground. PEOPLE don’t generally associate Buddhists with violence, especially not the type of violence that sees houses set on fire and gunfire sprayed around villages. But one expert says people around the world 27

16 September 2017 5:39 AM Iceland PM calls election as partner quits

Iceland's prime minister has called for a snap parliamentary election after one party in the ruling coalition quit his government formed less than nine months ago. The outgoing party, Bright Future, cited a "breach of trust" after Prime Minister Bjarni Benediktsson's party allegedly tried to cover up a scandal involving his father. That leaves the country 9

16 September 2017 12:37 AM PGA: Jason Day aces as Marc Leishman leads

Jason Day has produced a stunning hole-in-one but it is fellow Australian Marc Leishman setting the pace after the second round of the BMW Championship golf. Leishman, who started day two with a two-shot lead over Day, maintained his position atop the leaderboard with a seven-under-par 64 to climb to 16-under the card at Conway Farms in Chicago 17

15 September 2017 12:24 AM Republicans seethe as Trump flirts with Democrats on immigration

Washington (AFP) - President Donald Trump on Thursday infuriated some of his staunchest supporters by appearing to back away from vows to curb illegal immigration and embracing a deal with opposition Democrats. Longtime allies dubbed Trump "Amnesty Don" and warned he risked fracturing his political base, after the enigmatic president opened the door for hundreds 34

13 September 2017 1:48 AM Where does your money go? Spending survey shows cost of essential living a burden

The rapidly rising cost of essentials like housing, energy and education is pushing households deeper into debt, according to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The 2015-16 Household Expenditure Survey shows the average family spent about $1,425 a week — $190 more than six years earlier. Household debt had also doubled 20

12 September 2017 8:26 AM Girls win right to wear shorts and trousers to all Victorian state schools

Girls are set to win the right to wear shorts and pants at every Victorian state school. In a victory for parents who have long complained about girls being forced to wear restrictive dresses and skirts, Education Minister James Merlino has vowed to ensure all girls have the option of wearing shorts or trousers. "I am currently considering ways to ensure 21

12 September 2017 8:15 AM UN Security Council votes to step up sanctions on North Korea

Council imposes ban on textile exports and caps crude oil imports after US waters down resolution The United Nations Security Council unanimously stepped up sanctions against North Korea on Monday over the country’s sixth and most powerful nuclear test on September 3rd, imposing a ban on the country’s textile exports and capping imports of crude oil. It was the ninth 39