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16 September 2017 1:23 PM Yes campaigners show their true colours

SO now we see why rainbow warriors didn’t want a people’s vote on same-sex marriage. On Thursday, about 15 students, including members of the uni’s Catholic Society, set up an information table on the main campus thoroughfare with placards saying: “It’s OK to Say No”. They offered free kebabs and two large bowls of delicious Lebanese hummus made by one of their 16

11 September 2017 6:51 AM Jayde Kendall's accused killer searched for 'best way to dispose of a body', court told

Brendan Bennetts allegedly searched "best way to dispose of a body" on YouTube the day before he killed his 16-year-old friend Jayde Kendall, his Supreme Court murder trial has heard. Computer analyst Neil Robertson, who examined Bennett's phone during the investigation, said the YouTube history also showed a search for the word "bullet" among searches 18

2 September 2017 1:43 AM Serena Williams gives birth to baby girl

Serena Williams has given birth to a baby girl, the first child for the former world number one tennis player, her coach says. The 35-year-old American, who is engaged to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, has not competed since winning the Australian Open in January but has posted several videos to social media showing her hitting balls during her pregnancy 15

1 September 2017 1:52 AM Dashcam video shows cop telling white woman not to fear because ‘we only kill black people’

Georgia cop who said "we only kill black people" will be fired: police1:22 The Cobb County Police chief says a Georgia police officer who was heard on a dashcam recording during a traffic stop telling a woman that U.S. police "only kill black people" will be fired. A US officer caught on camera telling a woman police “only kill black people” will be fired 61

31 August 2017 5:30 PM Bodies wash up on Bangladesh shore as Rohingya flee Myanmar

Bangkok: The bodies of 11 children and nine women from Myanmar's long persecuted Rohingya minority have drowned while attempting to escape escalating violence in the country's western Rakhine State. Bangladesh border guards said their boat had capsized on the Naf River after being fired on by Myanmar border police. Almost 30,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled the violence 21

28 August 2017 9:05 AM China and India Agree to Ease Tensions in Border Dispute

It was not immediately clear whether Chinese and Indian officials had made progress toward a permanent solution. Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India is scheduled to visit China next week, placing pressure on Chinese and Indian officials to find a solution. The BSE, India’s largest stock exchange, shot up several points within minutes of the announcement 36

28 August 2017 12:42 AM Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do' video is here

Just three days into Taylor Swift's return to the spotlight, we've got the vengeful new video "Look What You Made Me Do." Thankfully, it's as unhinged as the promos suggested. So what happens in this video? There's a Taylor Swift zombie. There are references to all of her past videos. There are snakes serving tea. In short: It's a lot. Swift premiered 12

17 August 2017 5:46 AM 'Self-healer' extradited from UK, charged with manslaughter of 6yo Sydney boy

A self-proclaimed Chinese healer arrested over the death of a Sydney boy more than two years ago has faced court charged with manslaughter. Hong Chi Xiao, 53, was arrested at Sydney Airport this morning after being extradited from London. NSW Police allege that between April 22 and 28, 2015, a Sydney couple and their diabetic six-year-old son attended 28

13 August 2017 8:26 AM ISIS recruiter given consular assistance

The federal government could help Australia's most wanted terrorist find a defence lawyer as he faces extradition from Turkey. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade says Neil Prakash is receiving 'standard' Australian consular assistance while in maximum-security prison in Turkey. It is understood this could include helping Prakash contact family 20

13 August 2017 6:21 AM ISIS recruiter Neil Prakash asks Australian Government for help

IS recruiter allegedly asks Aust for help1:48 Notorious Islamic State recruiter Neil Prakash has reportedly asked the Australian Government to help him. THE Australian Government could help the country’s most wanted terrorist find a defence lawyer as he faces extradition from Turkey it has emerged. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade confirmed 38