National News

Tue 13 Nov 2018

Geoffrey Rush's childhood home hits the market

premium_icon Geoffrey Rush's childhood home hits the market

MORE than a decade ago, as David Spear set about piecing together his farming property Lyra Views, he unknowingly bought a piece of Australian movie history.

Make money teamwork a habit

Make money teamwork a habit

COUPLES should check that their money focus remains on the same page. David and Libby Koch examine key financial habits that both partners should try to master.

How $10 can make Aussie Open great again

premium_icon How $10 can make Aussie Open great again

Former champion Geoff Ogilvy has advocated a levy on every golf club member in the country to overhaul the “second-rate feel” to the Australian Open.

Widow’s warning: ‘He’ll kill again’

Widow’s warning: ‘He’ll kill again’

A man once called the most “cold-blooded killer ever to enter a NSW prison” now wants to be free - and it could happen this week.

Toddler suffers serious burns playing with matches

Toddler suffers serious burns playing with matches

A three-year-old girl has been taken to hospital in a serious condition after suffering burns to her legs and arms when she was playing with matches.

Schoolgirls seriously injured in Queenscliff explosion

premium_icon Schoolgirls seriously injured in Queenscliff explosion

Two teenage girls have been flown to hospital with serious burns after a gas explosion during a school camp at a Queenscliff holiday park.

Renewed call to help find Toyah’s killer

premium_icon Renewed call to help find Toyah’s killer

A call has been put out to businesses in an effort to renew the search to find Toyah Cordingley’s killer.

Groom’s sexting bombshell

Groom’s sexting bombshell

Things got ugly very quickly when one of the Bride and Prejudice grooms was busted sending explicit texts to his ex-girlfriend.

Husband guilty of frenzied stabbing murder

premium_icon Husband guilty of frenzied stabbing murder

A MAN who stabbed his wife to death in a jealous rage has been found guilty of the woman’s murder.

Why Melbourne is new terror hot spot

Why Melbourne is new terror hot spot

Four terrifying rampages have taken place within a few streets of each other over the past two years. Now a terrorism expert has revealed why.

Saving lives with wearable technology

premium_icon Saving lives with wearable technology

A Qld entrepreneur hopes his wearable technology will help women and children in high-risk domestic violence situations.

Model flaunts famous body in tiny bikini

premium_icon Model flaunts famous body in tiny bikini

Stunned swimmers were left wondering what the tide had washed up yesterday as one of the world’s most beautiful women frolicked in the skimpiest of bikinis.

Missy’s royal stuff-up with Meghan Markle

Missy’s royal stuff-up with Meghan Markle

The singer scored a scoop when she met Meghan and Harry in Sydney, but now Missy Higgins has revealed what really happened.

Staff ‘didn’t believe’ baby swallowed battery

Staff ‘didn’t believe’ baby swallowed battery

A court has heard details of the last days of a baby’s life — and how hospital staff “didn’t believe” she had swallowed a battery.

How to get paid to drink beer

How to get paid to drink beer

What Aussie doesn’t love knocking off work early to go sink a few cold ones at the pub? Well now you can get paid for it.

My Health Record hit by 99 data breaches

premium_icon My Health Record hit by 99 data breaches

A staggering 99 data breaches have occurred in the controversial My Health Record system. But the agency responsible for its rollout insists otherwise.

Party-goers hospitalised after verandah collapse

premium_icon Party-goers hospitalised after verandah collapse

A GATHERING at a home turned to tragedy over the weekend after the verandah of the two-storey building collapsed, falling onto several people below.

ScoMo hopes to thaw frosty relations with China

premium_icon ScoMo hopes to thaw frosty relations with China

Scott Morrison will strive to steady Australia’s rocky relationship with China at the East Asia Summit next week.

VIDEO: one-legged golfer puts pros to shame

premium_icon VIDEO: one-legged golfer puts pros to shame

In a first for world golf, Juan Postigo will lead the game’s best disabled golfers alongside pro players at the Australian Open.

Morrison faces toughest test yet

Morrison faces toughest test yet

His tour of Queensland sinking tinnies and getting stuck into meat pies was far from a roaring success, but now the Prime Minister faces a bigger challenge.

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