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19 November 2017 11:32 PM 'Buried to his neck':Young Perth boy trapped in trench for four hours

A child was trapped and buried in a trench for more than four hours on a property in Perth's north on Sunday. The eight-year-old boy had fallen into a two-metre ditch about 4pm on a property in Jandabup and was buried up to his neck in dirt and sand. Firefighters, police officers and paramedics worked into the night to rescue the boy just before 8pm. The rescue 7

19 November 2017 12:21 PM Bourke Street attack: First permanent bollards installed in mall

The first of Melbourne's new permanent bollards will be installed in the CBD, 10 months after the Bourke Street attack. The stainless steel bollards will be installed at the Swanston and Elizabeth street corners of the Bourke Street Mall, as part of the government's $10 million CBD security upgrade. Fixed planter boxes will be placed in other areas of the mall to help protect 7

13 November 2017 10:40 PM Prominent Melbourne nightclub owner Darren Thornburgh found dead at country home

Prominent Melbourne nightclub owner Darren "Razzle" Thornburgh has been found dead in his country home after both his nightclub and his former wife's home were hit by drive-by shootings last year. The Age has confirmed MrThornburgh was found dead at his property in the small town of Barmah on the Victorian-NSW border on Monday afternoon. A body has been found 17

10 November 2017 3:18 AM World Cup qualifier: Socceroos mid-air recovery begins hours after full-time in Honduras

San Pedro Sula: The lights of the Estadio Olimpico will still be glowing in San Pedro Sula as the Socceroos fly over the arena within three hours of the full-time whistle of their first leg play-off with Honduras. As they soar over the Sierra del Merendon​ mountain ranges towards the Pacific Ocean, that's exactly where their recovery will begin. Only Tim Cahill 10

2 November 2017 4:22 PM Spanish prosecutor asks for international arrest warrant for ousted Catalan president

Former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont surfaced in Belgium on Tuesday with some of his ex-ministers, saying they were seeking “freedom and safety” there. MADRID—A Spanish prosecutor asked a judge Thursday to issue an international arrest warrant for the former president of Catalonia and four of his regional ministers after they did not comply with a summons 10

2 November 2017 7:54 AM 'They're not animals': PNG's Somare wants Manus refugees sent to Australia

Papua New Guinea’s former Prime Minister and elder statesman Sir Michael Somare has called for the men remaining on Manus Island to be sent to Australia, as hundreds continue to hold out in the former detention centre for a second day. Sir Michael called Australia’s treatment of refugees “ruthless” and “hypocritical”, saying the agreement was that they be resettled 21

1 November 2017 8:01 AM Cop that: Finalists in WA Police Excellence Awards announced

The finalists for the 2017 Nine News WA Police Excellence Awards have been announced. The annual awards recognise police at an individual and team level who demonstrate exceptional dedication to the WA public. Sixty individual officers and 25 police teams were nominated this year, many of whom received multiple nominations from fellow officers and members 13

1 November 2017 5:52 AM Ibrahims return to court over alleged tobacco and drug smuggling conspiracy

Sydney nightclub identity John Ibrahim's brother Fadi and son Daniel have appeared in court over their alleged roles in an international tobacco and drug- smuggling conspiracy. Their matters were briefly heard by Magistrate Les Mabbutt in Central Local Court on Wednesday and adjourned to February 7. Also in court was John Ibrahim's model girlfriend 13

1 November 2017 3:09 AM Victorian Minister Marlene Kairouz apologises for telling people not to open their door to the Irish

The Victorian Premier has defended a Minister who encouraged the public not to open their doors to the Irish to avoid being scammed. Consumer Affairs Minister Marlene Kairouz was launching an awareness campaign about dodgy tradesmen when she linked them to people who have Irish accents. "If anybody knocks on your door that has an Irish accent, automatically 9

1 November 2017 1:22 AM Man stabbed to death in Alexander Heights

Homicide detectives are investigating an incident in Alexander Heights overnight where a man was stabbed to death. Police were called to a home on Linto Way in Alexander Heights around 1.30am Wednesday morning and found a 22-year-old man suffering stab wounds. Canine units were patrolling the area overnight and forensic officers arrived at the home this morning 53