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  • Malaysia Airlines flight MH122 lands in Alice Springs after 'loud noise, shaking'

    18 January 2018 2:48 PM 5

    A Malaysia Airlines flight from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur has been diverted to Alice Springs after it suffered "technical issues" in the air on Thursday afternoon, with passengers reporting a loud noise coming from the side of the plane. Flight MH122, an A330-300, left Sydney Airport at 1.06pm and was meant to arrive at its destination at 6.30pm. However

  • Canberra United not fearful of Perth Glory star Sam Kerr

    18 January 2018 7:38 AM 4

    Perth Glory might have the best player in the world, but one player isn't a team - even if that one player is Matildas star Sam Kerr. Canberra United goalkeeper Haley Kopmeyer said they can put themselves in a "really, really good spot" with a win over the Glory in Bunbury on Saturday. Canberra United goalie Haley Kopmeyer says they have a massive opportunity

  • 'Your worst nightmare coming true': Father of child locked in car says he forgot

    18 January 2018 7:20 AM 5

    The father of a child found locked in a car in Neutral Bay on Thursday has told media it was "your worst nightmare coming true". It was a case of fatigue "after a rough night", he said of his mistake. "He fell asleep in the car, I thought I had dropped him off, and I went straight to work." A window had to be smashed to free the distressed boy, whom police

  • Randwick races: Kris Lees cracks code with Ruling Symbol

    18 January 2018 4:07 AM 4

    Ruling Symbol and Saint Antonio Lad were forward enough to make the first official barrier trials in September, but it has taken until January, a couple more trials and gear changes to get them to race day at Randwick on Saturday. Kris Lees has always been impressed by Ruling Symbol, and the blinkers going on at his most recent trial at Newcastle have allowed

  • Australian Open 2018: Actor Will Ferrell raves about trip Down Under

    18 January 2018 3:10 AM 6

    Hollywood actor Will Ferrell has revealed his trip Down Under could inspire him to make an Australian tennis movie, during a hilarious press conference at the Australian Open. In the country on a holiday with his wife and friends, the 50-year-old Anchorman star and tennis fan spoke highly of the grand slam tournament, the city of Melbourne and described

  • Upset as Johanna Konta loses to American lucky loser Bernada Pera at Australian Open

    18 January 2018 2:43 AM 6

    Lucky loser Bernada Pera has upset the ninth seed Johanna Konta in straight sets to keep the American flag flying in the women's draw at the Australian Open. Konta fought hard late in the second set, saving three match points on her own serve and breaking Pera's serve as the American served for the match. However Konta, who reached the quarter-finals

  • Police raid trucking company involved in fatal M1 crash at Cooranbong

    18 January 2018 2:18 AM 6

    Three trucks including an ethanol tanker collided in the crash, causing a large explosion that destroyed the two semi-trailers and B-double tanker along with a car, and also started a bushfire. Three other drivers escaped unhurt or with minor injuries. Police believe the truck carrying the 50-year-old male driver who died was the vehicle at fault, and after

  • Officers find 'disturbingly large' fish trap in Lake Burley Griffin

    18 January 2018 2:18 AM 8

    Canberrans caught using illegal fishing traps could be fined up to $5000 as part of an environmental clamp down by authorities. Narelle Sargent from the Environment Protection Authority said fishing traps were known to kill turtles, protected fish species and other animals such as the platypus. "Canberrans are reminded that under ACT law, fish traps

  • ABS will make 150 staff redundant before June 2019 in 17 per cent staff cut

    18 January 2018 2:18 AM 8

    The Bureau of Statistics will make 150 staff redundant as it reduces its workforce by 17 per cent over the next two years in the latest in a series of cuts to hit the agency. As it shrinks by at least 400 public servants before June 2019, the agency has admitted it won't find all of its cuts through staff attrition alone and will have to let go of office-based

  • 'Pathetic': Internet prankster crashes Nick Kyrgios match at Australian Open

    17 January 2018 10:35 PM 6

    A professional pest with two million Facebook fans, Zhu regularly uploads similar videos on YouTube, including a series of videos where he touches strangers' legs on public transport. Zhu uploaded a slick video of the heckling with Channel Seven footage to Facebook on Wednesday night where it had been viewed more than one million times by Thursday morning