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Sat 17 Aug 2019

Woman falls to her death at selfie hotspot

Woman falls to her death at selfie hotspot

A woman has died after falling from a cliff in Sydney’s eastern suburbs this morning. Emergency crews responded but the woman died at the scene.

Infant 'likely to die' if life support turned off

premium_icon Infant 'likely to die' if life support turned off

A southeast Queensland father has faced court charged with grievous bodily harm after a seven-week-old baby was admitted to hospital with critical injuries.

Sydney stabber accused to defend murder charge

premium_icon Sydney stabber accused to defend murder charge

The lawyer for accused knifeman Mert Ney, who allegedly murdered a woman and injured another, has urgently requested pain relief and mental illness medication.

Coles and Woolies’ toy swap day face-off

Coles and Woolies’ toy swap day face-off

Coles and Woolies will be bracing themselves for more shoppers today as they both hold swap days for Little Shop 2 and Ooshies.

Grandma’s tearful plea for teen’s safe return

premium_icon Grandma’s tearful plea for teen’s safe return

A nature-loving teenager set off on a morning bike ride towards bushland he had adventured through many times before, but this time he never returned.

WWF attacks canegrowers on reef science

premium_icon WWF attacks canegrowers on reef science

CANEGROWERS has said it's members are more than happy to work co-operatively with programs and organisations that seek to collaborate with growers.

Scientists develop burp-free cattle feed to save the planet

premium_icon Scientists develop burp-free cattle feed to save the planet

Rude cows could spell doom but scientists are mass producing an aquatic pink puffy solution

Rich Kids’ most outrageous posts

Rich Kids’ most outrageous posts

They are known for flashing their cash and their ridiculously lavish lifestyles — but these Instagram pictures might be the craziest yet.

Student sues uni for $14m over failed subjects

premium_icon Student sues uni for $14m over failed subjects

A student wants $14 million in compensation after he failed key subjects to qualify for a law degree, claiming he was discriminated against for having autism.

CBD stabbing suspect Mert Ney charged with murder

premium_icon CBD stabbing suspect Mert Ney charged with murder

The 20-year-old man accused of Sydney’s knife rampage on Tuesday has been released from hospital and formally charged with numerous offences including murder.

‘Even my doctor burst into tears’

‘Even my doctor burst into tears’

As Peta stood to leave her obstetrician’s office, he asked for a hug. “You’re going to need it for the journey you are going on.”

Witnesses’ terrifying moment eye-to-eye with alleged gunman

premium_icon Witnesses’ terrifying moment eye-to-eye with alleged gunman

A man has described the terrifying moment he saw an alleged gunman jump out of a car with a “huge” firearm.

How I secretly spread my husband’s ashes at the Gabba

premium_icon How I secretly spread my husband’s ashes at the Gabba

Before passionate Lions fan Alex Wilson died of cancer last year, his wife Sandra made a promise that she has secretly been honouring every round this season.

‘Wild west’: IVF tragedies spark lawsuits

‘Wild west’: IVF tragedies spark lawsuits

A family Christmas DNA test and an incident dubbed the “worst embroyo-related tragedy in history” are highlighting flaws in the $2bn IVF industry.

Why Alan Jones' 'sock down the throat' comment is dangerous

premium_icon Why Alan Jones' 'sock down the throat' comment is dangerous

Radio announcer Alan Jones has no idea of how his scary his 'shove a sock down her throat' really is, writes journalist SHERELE MOODY

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