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Bomb survivor’s story told in paint

Bomb survivor’s story told in paint

IN the 15 years since he survived the brutal terrorist attack at Bali’s Sari club Andrew Csabi has shared his story countless times – but never like this. Read full article: Bomb survivor’s story told in paint...→

US bid to extradite Cairns man

US bid to extradite Cairns man

A CAIRNS pensioner wanted by the US for allegedly running a fraud scheme with his son had “evaded” detection for a “number of years”, a court has heard. Read full article: US bid to extradite Cairns man...→

10 radical new albums to banish your coronavirus blues

10 radical new albums to banish your coronavirus blues

Here's a look back at May's political news and the best new albums that related to it. What albums would you suggest? Comment on Twitter, Facebook, or email. R [...] Read full article: 10 radical new albums to banish your cor...→

Quartet to lock horns in Bathurst Paceway opener

Quartet to lock horns in Bathurst Paceway opener

Four Dubbo trainers will do battle in the opening event at Bathurst Paceway on Sunday. Greg Pay, Lex Bramble, James Sutton, and Brett Pay will also have hopes. [...] Read full article: Quartet to lock horns in Bathurst Pacewa...→

Yow Yeh career 'not in jeopardy'

Yow Yeh career 'not in jeopardy'

ONE of Australia's leading surgeons has assured Jharal Yow Yeh his playing career is not over, despite a shocking compound fracture which could mean the Bronco [...] Read full article: Yow Yeh career 'not in jeopardy'...→

Taumalolo unstoppable as North Queensland steamroll hapless Titans

Taumalolo unstoppable as North Queensland steamroll hapless Titans

The Cowboys were far too good for the Gold Coast as Jason Taumalolo made the most of the faster, open game to terrorise the Titans in Townsville. Read full article: Taumalolo unstoppable as North Queenslan...→

Car linked to violent crime wave

Car linked to violent crime wave

A TASK force established to crack down on the so-called Gang of 49 has called in extra police Read full article: Car linked to violent crime wave...→

Never too old to perform

Never too old to perform

French Hussler is defying his age to race competitively and connections believe he will feature in a Longreach race on May 30. Read full article: Never too old to perform...→

Scholarships to fill gap in ag training

Scholarships to fill gap in ag training

WAFarmers and RuralBiz Training are offering scholarships to help promote a work skills training course at the Muresk Institute. Read full article: Scholarships to fill gap in ag training...→

Work from home will continue in Victoria

Work from home will continue in Victoria

Victorians who have been working from home must continue to do so for at least another month, as part of efforts to prevent a second wave of coronavirus. From. [...] Read full article: Work from home will continue in Victoria...→

Officials look to 'untangle' Queensland nurse's virus story

Officials look to 'untangle' Queensland nurse's virus story

The unnamed woman, who has been suspended from her job at a Rockhampton nursing home, has been vigorously defended by the nurses' union. Read full article: Officials look to 'untangle' Queensland ...→

Work at crash hotspot a nightmare for weekend drivers

Work at crash hotspot a nightmare for weekend drivers

Perth drivers will endure an unprecedented freeway shutdown this long weekend with all southbound lanes closed through the city until Monday afternoon for work [...] Read full article: Work at crash hotspot a nightmare for we...→

AFL great in alleged ‘disturbing incident’

AFL great in alleged ‘disturbing incident’

Essendon legend Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson has had another run-in with the law, after police were reportedly called to a strange fight he was involved in earlier t [...] Read full article: AFL great in alleged ‘disturbing inciden...→

Fight for bite of tuna empire

Fight for bite of tuna empire

The family of fishing identity Dinko Lukin will be going to mediation over the division of his $18 million estate. Read full article: Fight for bite of tuna empire...→

Senator Chandler said the Green movement loved lecturing governments and the pub [...]

Senator Chandler said the Green movement loved lecturing governments and the pub [...]

Senator Chandler said the Green movement loved lecturing governments and the public about energy policy, but was now trying to put a handbrake on job-creating [...] Read full article: Senator Chandler said the Green movement...→

Ex-AFL coach Thompson in more hot water

Ex-AFL coach Thompson in more hot water

AFL legend Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson has found himself in more trouble, with allegations he threw an associate into the boot of a car. Read full article: Ex-AFL coach Thompson in more hot water...→

Chief Medical Officer backs voluntary use of face masks on public transport

Chief Medical Officer backs voluntary use of face masks on public transport

Brendan Murphy has backed the voluntary use of face masks as a new study shows they can reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 when people are asymptomatic. Read full article: Chief Medical Officer backs voluntary us...→

'A lot of happy people': Locked-down businesses to reopen from Monday

'A lot of happy people': Locked-down businesses to reopen from Monday

Bookings flow as businesses prepare to reopen their doors but workers are still urged to continue working from home to avoid second wave of coronavirus. Read full article: 'A lot of happy people': Locked-down bus...→

Guidelines float quarantine 'bubbles' to restart film and TV

Guidelines float quarantine 'bubbles' to restart film and TV

New guidelines establish the ground rules for film and TV cast and crews as the industry prepares to get back to work after the shutdown. Read full article: Guidelines float quarantine 'bubbles' to...→

Wind of Change: Why a podcast about a '90s power ballad is 'ripe for right now'

Wind of Change: Why a podcast about a '90s power ballad is 'ripe for right now'

The popular new podcast investigates a rumour that the 1990 Scorpions hit was actually penned by the CIA to hasten the USSR's demise. Read full article: Wind of Change: Why a podcast about a '9...→

Social Distancing Signs Appear on Sydney Public Transport

Social Distancing Signs Appear on Sydney Public Transport

Signs encouraging commuters to maintain social distancing have appeared on Sydney’s public transport network as the city prepared for crowds to return to work [...] Read full article: Social Distancing Signs Appear on Sydney...→

US Uighur bill an interfering smear: China

US Uighur bill an interfering smear: China

China Foreign Ministry says the US bill proposing to sanction its officials over treatment of the Uighur minority blatantly smears Beijing's anti-terrorism eff [...] Read full article: US Uighur bill an interfering smear: Chi...→

’She devil’ in deadly shopping trip

’She devil’ in deadly shopping trip

THERE were only two items on Emily Taylor’s shopping list — chocolate balls and rat poison. Read full article: ’She devil’ in deadly shopping trip...→

Two macro themes have helped to deliver an extraordinary jump in the fortunes of

Two macro themes have helped to deliver an extraordinary jump in the fortunes of

Two macro themes have helped to deliver an extraordinary jump in the fortunes of our richest Australians, writes Chanticleer.... Brookfield Asset Management ha [...] Read full article: Two macro themes have helped to deliver ...→

Inside Parramatta's military-like hit-and-run Queensland trip

Inside Parramatta's military-like hit-and-run Queensland trip

The Herald got an inside look at Parramatta's 13-hour round trip to Brisbane and far from being onerous, the Eels would be happy to make it permanent. Read full article: Inside Parramatta's military-like hit-an...→

Elephant seal pup brings new hope

Elephant seal pup brings new hope

THE birth of an elephant seal on King Island has given local wildlife authorities hope the species might be making a comeback. Read full article: Elephant seal pup brings new hope...→

Daniel Andrews' leadership 'under threat' following 'draconian health orders' | Sky News Australia

Liberal Senator Sarah Henderson says the leadership of Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is now “under threat” following the state's Belt and Road deal with Chi [...] Read full article: Daniel Andrews' leadership 'under threat...→

‘I’m not disabled, I’m just short’

‘I’m not disabled, I’m just short’

NINE months ago Kurt Fearnley and his wife Sheridan welcomed their first child into the world, a happy, healthy, wide-eyed son named Harry. Read full article: ‘I’m not disabled, I’m just short’...→

Mildura Airport funds bid knocked back at council meeting

Mildura Airport funds bid knocked back at council meeting

MILDURA Council has knocked back a bid by Mildura Airport for $100,000 relief following a significant reduction in passenger numbers during the COVID-19 pandem [...] Read full article: Mildura Airport funds bid knocked back a...→

Parts of Namadgi reopen for weekend

Parts of Namadgi reopen for weekend

Sections of the Namadgi National Park will be reopened for the first time since the devastating January fires. Read full article: Parts of Namadgi reopen for weekend...→

First child welcomed - Campaspe News

First child welcomed - Campaspe News

Raymond John Hewitt Collins is Breanna Hewitt and Jesse Collins’ first child. He was born at Deniliquin Hospital on May 26, weighing 3390g (7lb 8oz), and is a [...] Read full article: First child welcomed - Campaspe News...→

Mildura rooftop solar uptake grows again

Mildura rooftop solar uptake grows again

SUNRAYSIA rooftop solar installations grew by 17 per cent last year, according to Powercor. Read full article: Mildura rooftop solar uptake grows again...→

High Court rejects FMG's native title appeal over Pilbara land

High Court rejects FMG's native title appeal over Pilbara land

Australia's highest court has rejected a bid by one of the nation's largest iron ore producers to appeal a native title ruling. Read full article: High Court rejects FMG's native title ap...→

Watch a spacecraft in its death-dive

Watch a spacecraft in its death-dive

AN out-of-control Russian spacecraft is likely to be visible over Australia’s major cities before its anticipated crash-down later this week. Read full article: Watch a spacecraft in its death-dive...→

French connection for local wildlife shelter | Castlemaine Mail

A couple of willing French backpackers recently lent a hand to Elphinstone's Red Box Wildlife Shelter to help set up the region's new wildlife carer supplies C [...] Read full article: French connection for local wildlife she...→

Twitter censors Trump's Minneapolis tweet for 'glorifying violence'

Twitter censors Trump's Minneapolis tweet for 'glorifying violence'

Hours after Trump signed an executive order aimed at reining in social media, Twitter attacked one of the president's posts for "glorifying violence". Read full article: Twitter censors Trump's Minneapolis twee...→

BigFooty forum private messages exposed

BigFooty forum private messages exposed

A fault in the search function of BigFooty has publicly exposed private messages and other restricted items, administrators of the 20-year-old AFL forum say. Read full article: BigFooty forum private messages exposed...→

COAG is dead. Long live the national cabinet

COAG is dead. Long live the national cabinet

Prospects for federation reform, including changes to the tax system, have received their biggest boost in decades with the abolition of the Council of Austral [...] Read full article: COAG is dead. Long live the national cab...→

Renault to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide

Struggling French carmaker Renault has announced 15,000 job cuts worldwide as part of a 2 billion euro ($A3.3 billion) cost-cutting plan over three years. Read full article: Renault to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide...→

The secret I’ve been keeping since high school

The secret I’ve been keeping since high school

Mel Buttle was never a bad kid, but there’s a dark secret she’s been hiding for 20 years. She’s finally getting it off her chest. Read full article: The secret I’ve been keeping since high ...→

Perth drug driver who killed friend jailed - Riverine Herald

Perth drug driver who killed friend jailed - Riverine Herald

A man with a horrendous driving record, high on meth and speeding when he killed his friend in a crash in Perth, has been jailed for more than four years. Read full article: Perth drug driver who killed friend jail...→

Twitter disclaimer on Trump's Floyd tweet

Twitter disclaimer on Trump's Floyd tweet

Twitter has accused President Donald Trump of "glorifying violence", attaching a disclaimer to one of his tweets about unrest in Minneapolis which it says bre. [...] Read full article: Twitter disclaimer on Trump's Floyd twee...→

How Mackay triathletes have maintained focus

How Mackay triathletes have maintained focus

While all major races are paused until September, Tri-Activ8 has been training as hard as ever. Read full article: How Mackay triathletes have maintained f...→

Tokyo to further ease coronavirus curbs

Curbs in Japan's capital of Tokyo to contain coronavirus are to be eased further from Monday, Governor Yuriko Koike says, citing the recommendation of an advis [...] Read full article: Tokyo to further ease coronavirus curbs...→

Netball and football get ready for games to start - Yanchep News Online

Netball and football get ready for games to start - Yanchep News Online

YANCHEP Netball Club teams are getting ready for when games get underway at Wanneroo Districts Netball Association next month. The club has 10 teams, which wil [...] Read full article: Netball and football get ready for games...→

Condemnation of 'MAGA' cap ‘shows how pathetic and left wing media is nowadays’ | Sky News Australia

The fact New Zealand Opposition leader Todd Muller is now apparently “in trouble” for displaying a ‘Make America Great Again’ cap in his office shows “how path [...] Read full article: Condemnation of 'MAGA' cap ‘shows how pa...→

Seebohm’s cryptic Insta post in wake of Larkin split

Seebohm’s cryptic Insta post in wake of Larkin split

OLYMPIC swimmer Emily Seebohm has purportedly taken aim at ex-boyfriend Mitch Larkin in a number of cryptic social media posts. Read full article: Seebohm’s cryptic Insta post in wake of ...→

470,000 Aussies in line for refunds

470,000 Aussies in line for refunds

Hundreds of thousands of Australians will secure robodebt refunds from the Morrison Government in July after it finally ran up the white flag on the botched we [...] Read full article: 470,000 Aussies in line for refunds...→

Chevron's Gorgon project could face regulatory action on emissions after ministerial decision

Chevron's Gorgon project could face regulatory action on emissions after ministerial decision

Chevron's efforts to meet CO2 emissions targets and environmental conditions for its Gorgon LNG plant were dealt a massive blow late on Friday. Read full article: Chevron's Gorgon project could face regu...→

Joe Biden 'has Alzheimer's Disease, I believe': Clive Palmer | Sky News Australia

Billionaire Clive Palmer says "it's quite incredible" the Democratic Party has endorsed Joe Biden who "does have Alzheimer's Disease" and "doesn't know where h [...] Read full article: Joe Biden 'has Alzheimer's Disease, I be...→

Two North Korean defectors just got elected to South Korea's National Assembly – but are already fighting for their credibility

Two North Korean defectors just got elected to South Korea's National Assembly – but are already fighting for their credibility

Does the election of two North Korean defectors to the South Korean National Assembly signal a breakthrough in public acceptance of this politically significan [...] Read full article: Two North Korean defectors just got elec...→

Boy, 12, charged over death of girl, 11

Boy, 12, charged over death of girl, 11

A 12-year-old boy who was allegedly driving a ute in far north Western Australia has been charged with killing 11-year-old Kimberley girl, Abbey Forrest. Read full article: Boy, 12, charged over death of girl, 11...→

Heated row over solarium backflip

Heated row over solarium backflip

A BACKFLIP over banning commercial solariums in Tasmania has been met with relief by the industry while raising the ire of health campaigners. Read full article: Heated row over solarium backflip...→

Crowds could still be allowed before season’s end

Crowds could still be allowed before season’s end

Less than two weeks out from the 2020 season resuming, the AFL chief executive is growing more upbeat on having socially-distanced crowds at some point this ye [...] Read full article: Crowds could still be allowed before sea...→

Football can't come back quick enough

Football can't come back quick enough

If you ever wanted proof that we need actual live sport sport back on our television sets, you only have to look at some of the shenanigans on the mainland tha [...] Read full article: Football can't come back quick enough...→

'Our thing': Storm fans prepare to watch games from home

'Our thing': Storm fans prepare to watch games from home

Bronwyn Smith and her family would love to be watching Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park on Saturday night but they will instead turn the lounge room into their own [...] Read full article: 'Our thing': Storm fans prepare to watch...→

Ambulance inspector describes scene after lions attack Shoalhaven zookeeper

AN EXPERIENCED ambulance inspector has described the scene of an "extremely vicious" lion attack on a zookeeper as one of the worst jobs of her career. NSW Am. [...] Read full article: Ambulance inspector describes scene afte...→

Premier makes wrong turn on Belt and Road

Premier makes wrong turn on Belt and Road

Victoria's commitment to the Chinese initiative is not akin to the benign trade deals our states usually sign with other countries. Read full article: Premier makes wrong turn on Belt and Roa...→

Thompson allegedly threw ‘a person into the boot of a car’ during bizarre fight

Thompson allegedly threw ‘a person into the boot of a car’ during bizarre fight

Essendon legend Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson has had another run-in with the law, after police were reportedly called to a strange fight he was involved in earlier t [...] Read full article: Thompson allegedly threw ‘a person into ...→

Queensland corruption fighters turn coronavirus detectives

Queensland corruption fighters turn coronavirus detectives

More than 500 law enforcement officials working for the state's corruption watchdog and the Justice Department have been trained up to help public health offic [...] Read full article: Queensland corruption fighters turn coro...→

Zookeeper attacked by two lions in NSW

Zookeeper attacked by two lions in NSW

A female zookeeper has been critically injured when she was mauled by two lions inside an enclosure on the NSW South Coast. Emergency services were called to.. [...] Read full article: Zookeeper attacked by two lions in NSW...→

Time for a new social contract

Time for a new social contract

Recent signs of a closer relationship between government, unions and employers are positive, but they need to step up and establish a new social contract at wo [...] Read full article: Time for a new social contract...→

Three hikers rescued from Springbrook

Three hikers rescued from Springbrook

EMERGENCY services rushed to Springbrook mountain at 7.30 last night after fears two men and a woman had gone missing while hiking in the bush. Read full article: Three hikers rescued from Springbrook...→

Trade war posturing a worry for outgoing Costa boss Harry Debney

Trade war posturing a worry for outgoing Costa boss Harry Debney

The listed fruit and vegetable giant's boss says he's concerned about the China/Australia trade stoush but stresses Costa's citrus exports to China are safe. Read full article: Trade war posturing a worry for outgoing...→

ASADA hones focus on Xerri's family in drugs investigation

ASADA hones focus on Xerri's family in drugs investigation

The doping watchdog is investigating criminal links around the supply of anabolic steroids following the Cronulla teenager Bronson Xerri's positive test to ste [...] Read full article: ASADA hones focus on Xerri's family in d...→

Ohio Floyd death protest turns violent

Ohio Floyd death protest turns violent

An initially peaceful demonstration by protesters, angry over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody, has turned violent in Columbus, leaving [...] Read full article: Ohio Floyd death protest turns violent...→

Traditional owners consider billion-dollar shot at Fortescue

Traditional owners consider billion-dollar shot at Fortescue

A High Court defeat has left Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals Group exposed to a huge compensation claim that traditional owners could link to a percentage of [...] Read full article: Traditional owners consider billion-doll...→

First look at new Kurrawa surf club

First look at new Kurrawa surf club

THE new home of Kurrawa Surf Life Saving Club has shed its cocoon ahead of its November opening. Read full article: First look at new Kurrawa surf club...→

Zanda McDonald's beef industry legacy | Video

VIDEO: Zanda McDonald's vision for increased animal welfare practices continues to grow. Read full article: Zanda McDonald's beef industry legacy | ...→

Bring your specialist home with telehealth | Castlemaine Mail

The way Castlemaine Health deliver some of their services has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Telehealth has been used successfully to connect people liv [...] Read full article: Bring your specialist home with teleheal...→

Snowballs set to fly as the trans-Tasman ski wars begin

Snowballs set to fly as the trans-Tasman ski wars begin

Ski resorts across both sides of the ditch are scrambling to make social distancing work. Read full article: Snowballs set to fly as the trans-Tasman...→

Marathon effort for charities

Marathon effort for charities

WITH the COVID-19 pandemic playing havoc on sporting events, a pair of Mildura runners took to the local area to complete a marathon, virtually. Read full article: Marathon effort for charities...→

911 call that sparked US mayhem

911 call that sparked US mayhem

Chaos continues to erupt in the US city of Minneapolis on the third day of increasingly violent protests of the death of African-American man George Lloyd at t [...] Read full article: 911 call that sparked US mayhem...→

First child welcomed - Riverine Herald

First child welcomed - Riverine Herald

Raymond John Hewitt Collins is Breanna Hewitt and Jesse Collins’ first child. He was born at Deniliquin Hospital on May 26, weighing 3390g (7lb 8oz), and is a [...] Read full article: First child welcomed - Riverine Herald...→

National Cabinet to replace COAG with ‘laser-like’ jobs focus: Morrison | Sky News Australia

The Council of Australian Governments will be replaced by a completely new system based on the success of the National Cabinet formed in response to the COVID- [...] Read full article: National Cabinet to replace COAG with ‘l...→

Cairns Post subscription now with Sennheiser earbuds

WHEN you subscribe for cutting-edge news from local journalists you now have the chance to get your hands on cutting-edge audio technology. Read full article: Cairns Post subscription now with Sennhe...→

Ali Cupper takes three campaigns back to parliament

Ali Cupper takes three campaigns back to parliament

MEMBER for Mildura Ali Cupper is preparing to attend State Parliament for the first time since February. Read full article: Ali Cupper takes three campaigns back to...→

More containers overboard off NSW coast

Clean-up efforts along the NSW coastline have increased after 10 more containers were confirmed to have fallen from the APL England last weekend in rough seas. Read full article: More containers overboard off NSW coast...→

Rat filmed lying on floor at Midland Wendy's store

Rat filmed lying on floor at Midland Wendy's store

Disturbing footage of a rat sitting on the floor of a Perth fast food restaurant has gone viral, with the woman behind the video saying she was ‘shocked’ by ho [...] Read full article: Rat filmed lying on floor at Midland Wen...→

Record one-day rise in Russia COVID deaths

Russia has reported 232 deaths from coronavirus in the past 24 hours, a record one-day amount which pushes the nationwide death toll to 4374. Read full article: Record one-day rise in Russia COVID deat...→

Alumy Creek sale boasts $7790 average

Alumy Creek sale boasts $7790 average

It's a fairytale result for the vendors who have battled fire and drought. Read full article: Alumy Creek sale boasts $7790 average...→

May 30 @ 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm

SAVE THE DATE!... The Hills Carnivale is on again this year with a massive array of activities for the little (and the Big) kids! Read full article: May 30 @ 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm...→

National cabinet launches ambitious federation reform agenda

National cabinet launches ambitious federation reform agenda

Federation reform has been overhauled and a new council tasked with removing duplication and overlap will report to the national cabinet each month. Read full article: National cabinet launches ambitious fede...→

Man threatened to 'gouge-out' his 93yr-old grandmother's eyes with a spoon: court

Man threatened to 'gouge-out' his 93yr-old grandmother's eyes with a spoon: court

A Sanctuary Point man accused of brandishing a knife at his 93-year-old grandmother and threatening to gouge her eyes out with a spoon has been refused court.. [...] Read full article: Man threatened to 'gouge-out' his 93yr-o...→

Victoria's China deal has consequences for the whole nation

Victoria's China deal has consequences for the whole nation

The state of Victoria has taken the very unusual step – for a state or local government – of committing to China's Belt and Road Initiative. Read full article: Victoria's China deal has consequences f...→

West-East gas pipe would be admission of failure: Santos CEO

West-East gas pipe would be admission of failure: Santos CEO

Local gas will always be cheaper, says Kevin Gallagher, who believes manufacturers would have to shift closer to supply sources as part of major changes requir [...] Read full article: West-East gas pipe would be admission of...→

Slow recovery for foreign travel to give regional tourism boost

Slow recovery for foreign travel to give regional tourism boost

The business sector looks towards COVID-19 recovery and opportunities it brings for the Riverina. Read full article: Slow recovery for foreign travel to give...→

Woman injured after hitting tree in Perth’s north

Woman injured after hitting tree in Perth’s north

A young woman has been taken to hospital after her car reportedly wrapped around a tree in Clarkson this afternoon. Read full article: Woman injured after hitting tree in Pert...→

Why Caulfield is newbie’s favourite hunting ground

Why Caulfield is newbie’s favourite hunting ground

Apprentice Lewis German returns to his happy hunting ground of Caulfield with a book of seven rides, many of them winning chances, and intends to take his oppo [...] Read full article: Why Caulfield is newbie’s favourite hunt...→

Friends 'weep unashamedly' as Alan Jones retires from radio | Sky News Australia

Speaking of the retirement of 2GB presenter Alan Jones from radio, Sky News contributor Nicholas Reece said Mr Jones was “a gifted broadcaster, probably the be [...] Read full article: Friends 'weep unashamedly' as Alan Jones...→

Vandals kick soccer club while its down

Vandals kick soccer club while its down

Two quickfire break-ins have been a ‘gut wrenching’ blow for a Mackay football club. Read full article: Vandals kick soccer club while its down...→

Government to refund over $700m raised through robodebt scheme | Sky News Australia

The federal government will refund $721 million worth of debt raised by the controversial "robodebt" scheme. Debt which had been raised by 470,000 Australians, [...] Read full article: Government to refund over $700m raised t...→

Damaging winds tipped to hit Ballarat and Hepburn Shire

Damaging winds tipped to hit Ballarat and Hepburn Shire

Strong northerly winds are expected to hit Ballarat and the Hepburn Shire at the weekend. The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a severe weather warning, with.. [...] Read full article: Damaging winds tipped to hit Ballarat an...→

India's virus death toll passes China - Benalla Ensign

India's virus death toll passes China - Benalla Ensign

With 175 new deaths as lockdown measures ease, India's coronavirus toll has increased to 4706, surpassing the tally in neighbouring China. Read full article: India's virus death toll passes China - ...→

After Dominic Cummings: the real threat to Boris Johnson's premiership is the coming economic crisis

After Dominic Cummings: the real threat to Boris Johnson's premiership is the coming economic crisis

The Prime Minister is banking on people forgetting about his latest scandal by the time the election rolls around. But a far more serious threat lies ahead. Read full article: After Dominic Cummings: the real threat ...→

Clementine Ford pulls writing grant application after COVID-19 tweet

Clementine Ford pulls writing grant application after COVID-19 tweet

The City of Melbourne said it respects Ford's decision not to accept the grant amid a storm over the author's tweet that COVID-19 wasn't killing men fast enoug [...] Read full article: Clementine Ford pulls writing grant appl...→

Heatwave no match for Cairns’ hottest day on record

Heatwave no match for Cairns’ hottest day on record

WHILE regions further south are prone to temperatures above 40 degrees during heatwaves, maximum temperatures beyond 37 degrees are a rarity in the Far North. Read full article: Heatwave no match for Cairns’ hottest da...→

'I wouldn't write him off': Clarkson tips Franklin to bounce back

'I wouldn't write him off': Clarkson tips Franklin to bounce back

The star Sydney forward could miss more than half the season after damaging his right hamstring at training. Read full article: 'I wouldn't write him off': Clarkson tip...→

SPECIAL REPORT: The new villians

THEY drink excessively, use the internet vindictively and fuel their sick fantasies with video games and violent films. Read full article: SPECIAL REPORT: The new villians...→

Weather radar down, more storms coming for Cairns

Weather radar down, more storms coming for Cairns

UPDATE: Cairns residents may still need the umbrellas this afternoon, with storms forecast for the city - just don’t plan on checking the weather radar, which [...] Read full article: Weather radar down, more storms coming f...→

5 Local Sports Stars – Gold Coast | Gold Coast Bulletin

The Gold Coast Bulletin is on the lookout for kids who love their sport, great teams and awesome coaches and volunteers. We are recognising them with awards at [...] Read full article: 5 Local Sports Stars – Gold Coast | Gold...→

University of Queensland activist suspended for two years

University of Queensland activist suspended for two years

Drew Pavlou, a student activist highly critical of the University of Queensland's ties to Beijing, has been handed a two-year suspension from the institution. Read full article: University of Queensland activist suspen...→

Coronavirus updates LIVE: COAG to be replaced by national cabinet as NSW eases COVID-19 restrictions on weddings, funerals; Australian death toll stands at 103

Coronavirus updates LIVE: COAG to be replaced by national cabinet as NSW eases COVID-19 restrictions on weddings, funerals; Australian death toll stands at 103

The Prime Minister has announced:... European Union foreign ministers sought to toughen their strategy on China on Friday to counter Beijing's increasingly ass [...] Read full article: Coronavirus updates LIVE: COAG to be rep...→

$721m Robodebt refund 'small fry' compared with COVID-19 stimulus measures:Kenny | Sky News Australia

Speaking of the Robodebt refund, Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says “if errors have been made,” the government has a responsibility to “rectify them”. On the [...] Read full article: $721m Robodebt refund 'small fry' compar...→

Boy, 12, charged over the death of 11-year-old in the Kimberley

Boy, 12, charged over the death of 11-year-old in the Kimberley

A 12-year-old boy has been charged with killing a young girl thrown from the tray of the ute he was driving in far north Western Australia. Read full article: Boy, 12, charged over the death of 11-ye...→

Peta Credlin 'shed a few tears' following Alan Jones' radio retirement on Friday | Sky News Australia

Sky News host Peta Credlin says she "shed a few tears" following Alan Jones' retirement from radio on Friday morning after over three decades in the industry. [...] Read full article: Peta Credlin 'shed a few tears' followin...→

Ploughing the field for the AFL: how V'landys sees race

Ploughing the field for the AFL: how V'landys sees race

When the redoubtable Peter V'landys set the target of rugby league returning May 28, there was incredulity from AFL figures. Read full article: Ploughing the field for the AFL: how V'l...→

Schools still safe despite Keilor Downs College closure: Sutton

Schools still safe despite Keilor Downs College closure: Sutton

Student tests positive for coronavirus, forcing 78 children and teachers across three campuses into quarantine just days after the resumption of face-to-face l [...] Read full article: Schools still safe despite Keilor Downs ...→

Indonesia's 24 new coronavirus deaths

Indonesia's 24 new coronavirus deaths

Indonesia has reported on Friday 678 new coronavirus infections, taking the total number of cases in the southeast Asian country to 25,216. Read full article: Indonesia's 24 new coronavirus deaths...→

NT Police sieze more than 900g of cannabis in drug bust

NT Police sieze more than 900g of cannabis in drug bust

POLICE have seized more than 900g of cannabis destined for remote communities in the Territory this week. Read full article: NT Police sieze more than 900g of cannab...→

Palaszczuk's 'policies on the fly' hold regional communities to 'ransom' | Sky News Australia

Liberal MP Philip Thompson says Annastacia Palaszczuk "is holding businesses to ransom” through the implementation of coronavirus policies in regional towns in [...] Read full article: Palaszczuk's 'policies on the fly' hold ...→

Kicking goals for dairy industry

Kicking goals for dairy industry

How Tasmanians can raise awareness of the dedication of those in the milk industry. Read full article: Kicking goals for dairy industry...→

How a court decision could unlock mysteries of Whitlam's dismissal

How a court decision could unlock mysteries of Whitlam's dismissal

The High Court's decision could shed light on key questions including why Sir John Kerr acted in secret against a democratically elected prime minister, and if [...] Read full article: How a court decision could unlock myster...→

Police union defends use of lethal force in Monash Freeway shooting

Police union defends use of lethal force in Monash Freeway shooting

Amid scrutiny of the police response to a knife-wielding man suffering mental health problems, Victoria's Police Association says it is too risky for officers [...] Read full article: Police union defends use of lethal force...→

Fans left staring at blank screen as Kayo crashes on NRL's return

Fans left staring at blank screen as Kayo crashes on NRL's return

Foxtel's streaming service Kayo Sports left fans frustrated with many unable to view the first pay-TV game of the NRL since the COVID-19 pandemic shut the seas [...] Read full article: Fans left staring at blank screen as Kay...→

Sunraysia tennis still up in the air

Sunraysia tennis still up in the air

THE 2020 Sunraysia District Tennis Association (SDTA) season remains in limbo after club delegates this week decided to postpone any decision until June 22. Read full article: Sunraysia tennis still up in the air...→

Chinese general threatens attack on Taiwan to stop independence

Chinese general threatens attack on Taiwan to stop independence

Although China has never renounced the use of force, it is rare for a top, serving military officer to so explicitly make the threat in a public setting. Read full article: Chinese general threatens attack on Taiw...→

Morrison’s National Cabinet announcement ‘an admission our federation needs fixing’ | Sky News Australia

Sky News host Peta Credlin says Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s Friday announcement that a so-called National Cabinet process will become permanent “is a welco [...] Read full article: Morrison’s National Cabinet announcement...→

Queensland Uni suspends pro-Hong Kong student activist

Queensland Uni suspends pro-Hong Kong student activist

Student activist Drew Pavlou has been suspended by the University of Queensland for his protests in support of Hong Kong, in a move described as a ‘travesty of [...] Read full article: Queensland Uni suspends pro-Hong Kong st...→

Williams set to sell Formula One team

Williams set to sell Formula One team

Williams is considering a sale of its once-dominant but now struggling Formula One team as part of a new strategic direction. Read full article: Williams set to sell Formula One team...→

Pregnant woman's life support turned off after horrific crash

Pregnant woman's life support turned off after horrific crash

Khayla Ann Reno and her daughters collided with a semi-trailer at a notoriously dangerous intersection in Tumut. Read full article: Pregnant woman's life support turned off...→

NSW first state to turn on poker machines

NSW is set to become the first state to allow pokies venues to reopen as COVID-19 restrictions are eased, but anti-gambling groups say it's a case of putting Read full article: NSW first state to turn on poker machine...→

Police release transcript of 911 call that sparked George Floyd’s arrest

Police release transcript of 911 call that sparked George Floyd’s arrest

Chaos continues to erupt in the US city of Minneapolis on the third day of increasingly violent protests of the death of African-American man George Lloyd at t [...] Read full article: Police release transcript of 911 call th...→

Brazil's highest daily rise in COVID cases

Brazil has recorded 26,417 daily new infections of coronavirus, the health ministry has announced - the highest tally since the outbreak. Read full article: Brazil's highest daily rise in COVID cas...→

Work continues at CAM | Castlemaine Mail

The dedicated team at Castlemaine Art Museum (CAM) have been working hard behind the scenes to continue to maintain the gallery, catalogue the collection and p [...] Read full article: Work continues at CAM | Castlemaine Mail...→

SAVE THE DATE! The Hills Carnivale is on again this year with a massive array of

SAVE THE DATE! The Hills Carnivale is on again this year with a massive array of activities for the little (and the Big) kids! Stay tuned for more details! Read full article: SAVE THE DATE! The Hills Carnivale is on...→

China to counter any US actions on HK bill - Campaspe News

China to counter any US actions on HK bill - Campaspe News

China says it will take any necessary countermeasures if the US interferes in Beijing's affairs and responds to the new Hong Kong security bill. Read full article: China to counter any US actions on HK bi...→

Green light for shooting cull of brumbies

Green light for shooting cull of brumbies

Victoria’s brumby cull can go ahead but an Omeo cattleman is planning to appeal the decision, a court has been told. Read full article: Green light for shooting cull of brumbie...→

PM backs NSW going it alone on travel bubble with New Zealand

PM backs NSW going it alone on travel bubble with New Zealand

States whose borders are open could strike a travel deal with New Zealand ahead of other states whose borders are closed, Scott Morrison says. Read full article: PM backs NSW going it alone on travel bu...→

Barkly Hwy blocked after truck crash in Mount Isa

Barkly Hwy blocked after truck crash in Mount Isa

Police are advising road users to take caution while using the highway through Mount Isa after a trush crash this afternoon. Two trucks heading eastbound coll. [...] Read full article: Barkly Hwy blocked after truck crash in ...→

Boy charged over 11yo WA girl’s death

Boy charged over 11yo WA girl’s death

A 12-year-old boy is facing manslaughter charges after an investigation into the tragic death of 11-year-old Abbey Forrest in a ute rollover in Wyndham last ye [...] Read full article: Boy charged over 11yo WA girl’s death...→

30 years of job training on the Fraser Coast

30 years of job training on the Fraser Coast

Training Employment Support Services has been training employees on the coast for over 30 years. Read full article: 30 years of job training on the Fraser C...→

Police across US condemn custody death

Police across the United States, in unequivocal and unprecedented language, have condemned four Minneapolis officers over the custody death of handcuffed black [...] Read full article: Police across US condemn custody death...→

Creative means to motivate | Castlemaine Mail

With Parkruns and running comps on hold amid coronavirus, runners like Castlemaine's Karina Taylor have been getting creative to keep their motivation surging [...] Read full article: Creative means to motivate | Castlemaine...→

Phone reception boost

Phone reception boost

POOR mobile phone reception in parts of Alligator Creek could soon be a thing of the past with Telstra committing to a new base station site by the end of the [...] Read full article: Phone reception boost...→

Sweet Sensation! | Castlemaine Mail

During the recent pandemic lockdown many may have noticed a new business popping up on their Facebook and Instagram feeds - 'Honey I Shrunk the Desserts.'These [...] Read full article: Sweet Sensation! | Castlemaine Mail...→

Spida: My pain at missing kids

Spida: My pain at missing kids

SPIDA Everitt doesn’t hesitate for a second when asked what he would say to those fathers battling the mental demons that come when the children they love are [...] Read full article: Spida: My pain at missing kids...→

Bomb survivor’s story told in paint

Bomb survivor’s story told in paint

IN the 15 years since he survived the brutal terrorist attack at Bali’s Sari club Andrew Csabi has shared his story countless times – but never like this. Read full article: Bomb survivor’s story told in paint...→

India's virus death toll passes China - Benalla Ensign

India's virus death toll passes China - Benalla Ensign

With 175 new deaths as lockdown measures ease, India's coronavirus toll has increased to 4706, surpassing the tally in neighbouring China. Read full article: India's virus death toll passes China - ...→

Chevron's Gorgon project could face regulatory action on emissions after ministerial decision

Chevron's Gorgon project could face regulatory action on emissions after ministerial decision

Chevron's efforts to meet CO2 emissions targets and environmental conditions for its Gorgon LNG plant were dealt a massive blow late on Friday. Read full article: Chevron's Gorgon project could face regu...→

10 radical new albums to banish your coronavirus blues

10 radical new albums to banish your coronavirus blues

Here's a look back at May's political news and the best new albums that related to it. What albums would you suggest? Comment on Twitter, Facebook, or email. R [...] Read full article: 10 radical new albums to banish your cor...→

Two North Korean defectors just got elected to South Korea's National Assembly – but are already fighting for their credibility

Two North Korean defectors just got elected to South Korea's National Assembly – but are already fighting for their credibility

Does the election of two North Korean defectors to the South Korean National Assembly signal a breakthrough in public acceptance of this politically significan [...] Read full article: Two North Korean defectors just got elec...→

Yow Yeh career 'not in jeopardy'

Yow Yeh career 'not in jeopardy'

ONE of Australia's leading surgeons has assured Jharal Yow Yeh his playing career is not over, despite a shocking compound fracture which could mean the Bronco [...] Read full article: Yow Yeh career 'not in jeopardy'...→

Heatwave no match for Cairns’ hottest day on record

Heatwave no match for Cairns’ hottest day on record

WHILE regions further south are prone to temperatures above 40 degrees during heatwaves, maximum temperatures beyond 37 degrees are a rarity in the Far North. Read full article: Heatwave no match for Cairns’ hottest da...→

Boy, 12, charged over death of girl, 11

Boy, 12, charged over death of girl, 11

A 12-year-old boy who was allegedly driving a ute in far north Western Australia has been charged with killing 11-year-old Kimberley girl, Abbey Forrest. Read full article: Boy, 12, charged over death of girl, 11...→

Car linked to violent crime wave

Car linked to violent crime wave

A TASK force established to crack down on the so-called Gang of 49 has called in extra police Read full article: Car linked to violent crime wave...→

SPECIAL REPORT: The new villians

THEY drink excessively, use the internet vindictively and fuel their sick fantasies with video games and violent films. Read full article: SPECIAL REPORT: The new villians...→

Scholarships to fill gap in ag training

Scholarships to fill gap in ag training

WAFarmers and RuralBiz Training are offering scholarships to help promote a work skills training course at the Muresk Institute. Read full article: Scholarships to fill gap in ag training...→

Football can't come back quick enough

Football can't come back quick enough

If you ever wanted proof that we need actual live sport sport back on our television sets, you only have to look at some of the shenanigans on the mainland tha [...] Read full article: Football can't come back quick enough...→

Officials look to 'untangle' Queensland nurse's virus story

Officials look to 'untangle' Queensland nurse's virus story

The unnamed woman, who has been suspended from her job at a Rockhampton nursing home, has been vigorously defended by the nurses' union. Read full article: Officials look to 'untangle' Queensland ...→

AFL great in alleged ‘disturbing incident’

AFL great in alleged ‘disturbing incident’

Essendon legend Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson has had another run-in with the law, after police were reportedly called to a strange fight he was involved in earlier t [...] Read full article: AFL great in alleged ‘disturbing inciden...→

5 Local Sports Stars – Gold Coast | Gold Coast Bulletin

The Gold Coast Bulletin is on the lookout for kids who love their sport, great teams and awesome coaches and volunteers. We are recognising them with awards at [...] Read full article: 5 Local Sports Stars – Gold Coast | Gold...→

Premier makes wrong turn on Belt and Road

Premier makes wrong turn on Belt and Road

Victoria's commitment to the Chinese initiative is not akin to the benign trade deals our states usually sign with other countries. Read full article: Premier makes wrong turn on Belt and Roa...→

Queensland corruption fighters turn coronavirus detectives

Queensland corruption fighters turn coronavirus detectives

More than 500 law enforcement officials working for the state's corruption watchdog and the Justice Department have been trained up to help public health offic [...] Read full article: Queensland corruption fighters turn coro...→

Ex-AFL coach Thompson in more hot water

Ex-AFL coach Thompson in more hot water

AFL legend Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson has found himself in more trouble, with allegations he threw an associate into the boot of a car. Read full article: Ex-AFL coach Thompson in more hot water...→

Coronavirus updates LIVE: COAG to be replaced by national cabinet as NSW eases COVID-19 restrictions on weddings, funerals; Australian death toll stands at 103

Coronavirus updates LIVE: COAG to be replaced by national cabinet as NSW eases COVID-19 restrictions on weddings, funerals; Australian death toll stands at 103

The Prime Minister has announced:... European Union foreign ministers sought to toughen their strategy on China on Friday to counter Beijing's increasingly ass [...] Read full article: Coronavirus updates LIVE: COAG to be rep...→

Time for a new social contract

Time for a new social contract

Recent signs of a closer relationship between government, unions and employers are positive, but they need to step up and establish a new social contract at wo [...] Read full article: Time for a new social contract...→

'A lot of happy people': Locked-down businesses to reopen from Monday

'A lot of happy people': Locked-down businesses to reopen from Monday

Bookings flow as businesses prepare to reopen their doors but workers are still urged to continue working from home to avoid second wave of coronavirus. Read full article: 'A lot of happy people': Locked-down bus...→

Boy, 12, charged over the death of 11-year-old in the Kimberley

Boy, 12, charged over the death of 11-year-old in the Kimberley

A 12-year-old boy has been charged with killing a young girl thrown from the tray of the ute he was driving in far north Western Australia. Read full article: Boy, 12, charged over the death of 11-ye...→

Trade war posturing a worry for outgoing Costa boss Harry Debney

Trade war posturing a worry for outgoing Costa boss Harry Debney

The listed fruit and vegetable giant's boss says he's concerned about the China/Australia trade stoush but stresses Costa's citrus exports to China are safe. Read full article: Trade war posturing a worry for outgoing...→

Wind of Change: Why a podcast about a '90s power ballad is 'ripe for right now'

Wind of Change: Why a podcast about a '90s power ballad is 'ripe for right now'

The popular new podcast investigates a rumour that the 1990 Scorpions hit was actually penned by the CIA to hasten the USSR's demise. Read full article: Wind of Change: Why a podcast about a '9...→

Ploughing the field for the AFL: how V'landys sees race

Ploughing the field for the AFL: how V'landys sees race

When the redoubtable Peter V'landys set the target of rugby league returning May 28, there was incredulity from AFL figures. Read full article: Ploughing the field for the AFL: how V'l...→

Ohio Floyd death protest turns violent

Ohio Floyd death protest turns violent

An initially peaceful demonstration by protesters, angry over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody, has turned violent in Columbus, leaving [...] Read full article: Ohio Floyd death protest turns violent...→

NT Police sieze more than 900g of cannabis in drug bust

NT Police sieze more than 900g of cannabis in drug bust

POLICE have seized more than 900g of cannabis destined for remote communities in the Territory this week. Read full article: NT Police sieze more than 900g of cannab...→

First look at new Kurrawa surf club

First look at new Kurrawa surf club

THE new home of Kurrawa Surf Life Saving Club has shed its cocoon ahead of its November opening. Read full article: First look at new Kurrawa surf club...→

Two macro themes have helped to deliver an extraordinary jump in the fortunes of

Two macro themes have helped to deliver an extraordinary jump in the fortunes of

Two macro themes have helped to deliver an extraordinary jump in the fortunes of our richest Australians, writes Chanticleer.... Brookfield Asset Management ha [...] Read full article: Two macro themes have helped to deliver ...→

Kicking goals for dairy industry

Kicking goals for dairy industry

How Tasmanians can raise awareness of the dedication of those in the milk industry. Read full article: Kicking goals for dairy industry...→

Bring your specialist home with telehealth | Castlemaine Mail

The way Castlemaine Health deliver some of their services has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Telehealth has been used successfully to connect people liv [...] Read full article: Bring your specialist home with teleheal...→

Elephant seal pup brings new hope

Elephant seal pup brings new hope

THE birth of an elephant seal on King Island has given local wildlife authorities hope the species might be making a comeback. Read full article: Elephant seal pup brings new hope...→

Police union defends use of lethal force in Monash Freeway shooting

Police union defends use of lethal force in Monash Freeway shooting

Amid scrutiny of the police response to a knife-wielding man suffering mental health problems, Victoria's Police Association says it is too risky for officers [...] Read full article: Police union defends use of lethal force...→

‘I’m not disabled, I’m just short’

‘I’m not disabled, I’m just short’

NINE months ago Kurt Fearnley and his wife Sheridan welcomed their first child into the world, a happy, healthy, wide-eyed son named Harry. Read full article: ‘I’m not disabled, I’m just short’...→

Sunraysia tennis still up in the air

Sunraysia tennis still up in the air

THE 2020 Sunraysia District Tennis Association (SDTA) season remains in limbo after club delegates this week decided to postpone any decision until June 22. Read full article: Sunraysia tennis still up in the air...→

911 call that sparked US mayhem

911 call that sparked US mayhem

Chaos continues to erupt in the US city of Minneapolis on the third day of increasingly violent protests of the death of African-American man George Lloyd at t [...] Read full article: 911 call that sparked US mayhem...→

Parts of Namadgi reopen for weekend

Parts of Namadgi reopen for weekend

Sections of the Namadgi National Park will be reopened for the first time since the devastating January fires. Read full article: Parts of Namadgi reopen for weekend...→

National Cabinet to replace COAG with ‘laser-like’ jobs focus: Morrison | Sky News Australia

The Council of Australian Governments will be replaced by a completely new system based on the success of the National Cabinet formed in response to the COVID- [...] Read full article: National Cabinet to replace COAG with ‘l...→

First child welcomed - Campaspe News

First child welcomed - Campaspe News

Raymond John Hewitt Collins is Breanna Hewitt and Jesse Collins’ first child. He was born at Deniliquin Hospital on May 26, weighing 3390g (7lb 8oz), and is a [...] Read full article: First child welcomed - Campaspe News...→

Queensland Uni suspends pro-Hong Kong student activist

Queensland Uni suspends pro-Hong Kong student activist

Student activist Drew Pavlou has been suspended by the University of Queensland for his protests in support of Hong Kong, in a move described as a ‘travesty of [...] Read full article: Queensland Uni suspends pro-Hong Kong st...→

Cairns Post subscription now with Sennheiser earbuds

WHEN you subscribe for cutting-edge news from local journalists you now have the chance to get your hands on cutting-edge audio technology. Read full article: Cairns Post subscription now with Sennhe...→

Mildura rooftop solar uptake grows again

Mildura rooftop solar uptake grows again

SUNRAYSIA rooftop solar installations grew by 17 per cent last year, according to Powercor. Read full article: Mildura rooftop solar uptake grows again...→

Pregnant woman's life support turned off after horrific crash

Pregnant woman's life support turned off after horrific crash

Khayla Ann Reno and her daughters collided with a semi-trailer at a notoriously dangerous intersection in Tumut. Read full article: Pregnant woman's life support turned off...→

More containers overboard off NSW coast

Clean-up efforts along the NSW coastline have increased after 10 more containers were confirmed to have fallen from the APL England last weekend in rough seas. Read full article: More containers overboard off NSW coast...→

Watch a spacecraft in its death-dive

Watch a spacecraft in its death-dive

AN out-of-control Russian spacecraft is likely to be visible over Australia’s major cities before its anticipated crash-down later this week. Read full article: Watch a spacecraft in its death-dive...→

Police release transcript of 911 call that sparked George Floyd’s arrest

Police release transcript of 911 call that sparked George Floyd’s arrest

Chaos continues to erupt in the US city of Minneapolis on the third day of increasingly violent protests of the death of African-American man George Lloyd at t [...] Read full article: Police release transcript of 911 call th...→

Record one-day rise in Russia COVID deaths

Russia has reported 232 deaths from coronavirus in the past 24 hours, a record one-day amount which pushes the nationwide death toll to 4374. Read full article: Record one-day rise in Russia COVID deat...→

Twitter censors Trump's Minneapolis tweet for 'glorifying violence'

Twitter censors Trump's Minneapolis tweet for 'glorifying violence'

Hours after Trump signed an executive order aimed at reining in social media, Twitter attacked one of the president's posts for "glorifying violence". Read full article: Twitter censors Trump's Minneapolis twee...→

Work continues at CAM | Castlemaine Mail

The dedicated team at Castlemaine Art Museum (CAM) have been working hard behind the scenes to continue to maintain the gallery, catalogue the collection and p [...] Read full article: Work continues at CAM | Castlemaine Mail...→

May 30 @ 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm

SAVE THE DATE!... The Hills Carnivale is on again this year with a massive array of activities for the little (and the Big) kids! Read full article: May 30 @ 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm...→

BigFooty forum private messages exposed

BigFooty forum private messages exposed

A fault in the search function of BigFooty has publicly exposed private messages and other restricted items, administrators of the 20-year-old AFL forum say. Read full article: BigFooty forum private messages exposed...→

China to counter any US actions on HK bill - Campaspe News

China to counter any US actions on HK bill - Campaspe News

China says it will take any necessary countermeasures if the US interferes in Beijing's affairs and responds to the new Hong Kong security bill. Read full article: China to counter any US actions on HK bi...→

Man threatened to 'gouge-out' his 93yr-old grandmother's eyes with a spoon: court

Man threatened to 'gouge-out' his 93yr-old grandmother's eyes with a spoon: court

A Sanctuary Point man accused of brandishing a knife at his 93-year-old grandmother and threatening to gouge her eyes out with a spoon has been refused court.. [...] Read full article: Man threatened to 'gouge-out' his 93yr-o...→

Renault to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide

Struggling French carmaker Renault has announced 15,000 job cuts worldwide as part of a 2 billion euro ($A3.3 billion) cost-cutting plan over three years. Read full article: Renault to cut 15,000 jobs worldwide...→

West-East gas pipe would be admission of failure: Santos CEO

West-East gas pipe would be admission of failure: Santos CEO

Local gas will always be cheaper, says Kevin Gallagher, who believes manufacturers would have to shift closer to supply sources as part of major changes requir [...] Read full article: West-East gas pipe would be admission of...→

Perth drug driver who killed friend jailed - Riverine Herald

Perth drug driver who killed friend jailed - Riverine Herald

A man with a horrendous driving record, high on meth and speeding when he killed his friend in a crash in Perth, has been jailed for more than four years. Read full article: Perth drug driver who killed friend jail...→