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15 July 2018 9:09 AM Horn quick to suggest rematch after Pacquiao's title win

Another one of the welterweight title holders, like Errol Spence or Keith Thurman, would also be a high-rating fight, but someone like Spence, who is rated the second-best in the division behind Crawford, might also be a bridge too far for Pacquiao given his stopping power. Given the immense controversy about the result of the Pacquiao-Horn fight, a second 75

11 February 2018 5:03 AM Pair caught smuggling mobile phones, balloons of white powder into Goulburn jail: police

A man and a woman have been busted trying to smuggle drugs and mobile phones into NSW's most secure prison, police say. NSW Police will allege a man parked on Cemetery Road, Goulburn and climbed the fence of the Goulburn Correctional Centre to place two bags in a garbage bin at 11.45pm on Saturday. Police tried to stop the man, who was carrying a third 255

2 January 2018 6:56 AM Long line for Light Rail replacement bus

This image of people lining up at a bus stop opposite Star casino may not seem out of the ordinary yet, upon further inspection, there appears to be something unusual about this picture. Patrons attending a matinee performance at the Star casino are pictured lining up for a Light Rail replacement bus afterwards, due to the track work being completed 105

19 December 2017 9:08 AM Travers 'Candyman' Beynon forced to pay $39k to former 'right-hand man'

Gold Coast tobacco businessman Travers “The Candyman” Beynon has been ordered to pay his former “right-hand man” more than $30,000 in compensation over his sacking in 2015. On Tuesday, Justice Berna Collier ordered Mr Beynon and his company Free Choice pay out former general manager Andrew Whelan $39,786 after he was dismissed without notice and unpaid 194

14 December 2017 10:07 AM Gang bashes and robs beachgoers in wild brawl on St Kilda foreshore

A large group of youths have allegedly bashed and robbed beachgoers in a wild brawl on the St Kilda foreshore in the early hours of Thursday morning. Police said they struggled to contain the violent scenes as young people of African appearance fought each other and assaulted bystanders just before 3am. Disturbing video footage of the brawl has emerged 141

25 November 2017 2:22 AM Man charged after 'filming neighbours in bedroom, bathroom'

A man has been charged after he allegedly filmed and posted online videos of a couple in their bedroom, and other women using their bathroom, in Sydney. Two people living in an apartment building on Commonwealth Street in Surry Hills alerted police on Thursday that footage of them in their bedroom had been posted online. Footage of "several women" using 124

20 November 2017 1:53 AM Karaoke stand, walking sticks up for grabs in Brisbane airport lost property auction

A karaoke stand, walking sticks and a train station sign for Hogwarts are among the range of items for sale in Brisbane Airport’s upcoming lost property online auction. Bidding was set to kick off on Wednesday for more than 200 Brisbane Airport lost property items via auction website Pickles. The range of goods included bags of phones, a coffee machine 152

1 November 2017 1:47 AM Illegal tobacco helps fund North Korea’s nuclear regime

A US security chief’s allegation may answer the enduring question of where Kim Jong-un’s North Korea finds the money for its intimidating military stockpile. David Luna says the North Korean regime accumulates most of its wealth through a network of “criminal enterprises that trade in everything from goods made by forced labour to counterfeit currency 229

30 October 2017 8:28 PM Danish inventor admits to dismembering body of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

Madsen, who is suspected of murdering Wall, has until now denied mutilating her body. In earlier police questioning, the 46-year-old said she had died in an accident when a heavy submarine hatch fell on her head, but he has now changed his story to say she died of carbon monoxide poisoning, police said in a statement. "He has now explained that Kim Wall died as a result 223

29 October 2017 2:42 AM Lemurs let loose on World Lemur Day at Melbourne Zoo

A troop of lemurs have celebrated their special day with plenty of carrots at Melbourne Zoo. Video showed the spritely black-and-white creatures leaping around their Lemur Island enclosure, and snacking on some healthy treats, at the zoo this morning. Today marks World Lemur Day, which is aimed at raising awareness for the unique species native to Madagascar 208