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Mon 21 Oct 2019

When governments hide the truth, what are they covering up?

When governments hide the truth, what are they covering up?

In an unprecedented move, newspapers across the country are running covers featuring blacked-out stories today — and there is a compelling reason why. Here’s what...

Harry finally confirms royal rift

Harry finally confirms royal rift

Prince Harry admits he and brother William are on “different paths” in the remarkably candid doco that’s just aired in the UK.

How Carrie Bradshaw became the feminist anti-hero

How Carrie Bradshaw became the feminist anti-hero

For years, women obsessed over SJP’s iconic character. But as times have changed, suddenly we’re seeing New York’s most infamous columnist in a new light, writes...

Sydney to host WorldPride festival

Sydney to host WorldPride festival

Sydney will host the international WorldPride event in 2023, the first time the event has been held in the southern hemisphere.

World reacts to ‘selfish’ Wallabies coach

World reacts to ‘selfish’ Wallabies coach

Outgoing coach Michael Cheika has been absolutely savaged by rugby pundits for his “headless” approach at the Rugby World Cup.

Role of journalist must be defined: Hanson

Role of journalist must be defined: Hanson

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson thinks the profession of journalism needs to be defined to stop anyone from calling themselves a journalist.

Newspoll: Honeymoon not over for Coalition

Newspoll: Honeymoon not over for Coalition

The Coalition has maintained its post-election high, holding Labor at bay in the latest Newspoll, while Anthony Albanese’s approval numbers plunge.

Read this before your emails today

Read this before your emails today

More scam emails get sent out on Monday than any other day, taking advantage of people’s weekend hangovers and email backlogs to infiltrate.

Aussie’s incredible record-breaking feat

Aussie’s incredible record-breaking feat

It’s an achievement that even the healthiest person would be proud of but Meg Draffin’s climb of Mt Kilimanjaro took it to the next level.

Karl accused of ‘ridiculous fear mongering’

Karl accused of ‘ridiculous fear mongering’

Karl Stefanovic’s special was supposed to ease the “hysteria” around this common fear. Instead, it was accused of “jumping the shark”.

Peeping Tom ‘beaten to death’

Peeping Tom ‘beaten to death’

A man who was allegedly caught spying on a man having sex with his girlfriend was then beaten to death by the angry man, police say.

The slide into secrecy must stop

The slide into secrecy must stop

Australian governments have passed new laws that restrict the ability of the media and everyday people to have their say — and the trend has got to stop.

Question all Australians should be asking

Question all Australians should be asking

Raids on journalists are just the latest disturbing tactic of a government that is creating what’s been dubbed ‘the world’s most secretive democracy’.

Six reforms Australia needs right now

Six reforms Australia needs right now

Media outlets across the country have joined forces to demand six key legal changes needed now so Australians can find out about the issues that directly affect...

Australians fear laws denying them basic information

Australians fear laws denying them basic information

At the heart of the Right To Know campaign is new research which shows high levels of anxiety among Australians about the erosion of their access to important...

Sun 20 Oct 2019

US Army reveals how to fall asleep in 2 minutes

US Army reveals how to fall asleep in 2 minutes

DO YOU have problems falling asleep? The US Army has revealed the ultimate trick it uses to help military personnel get to sleep in two minutes.

TV host’s ‘unforgivable’ movie spoiler

TV host’s ‘unforgivable’ movie spoiler

It’s one of the biggest bombshell movie endings, but the plot twist in Fight Club was sensationally — and purposely — spoiled by a celebrity.

‘Defies belief’: Bathurst winners hit hard

‘Defies belief’: Bathurst winners hit hard

THE winning team at the Bathurst 1000 has received heavy penalties after race officials rubbished their excuses for “disgraceful” tactics.

Simple T-shirt idea sparks $7.6b empire

Simple T-shirt idea sparks $7.6b empire

Kevin Plank was in his early 20s when he started his company from his nana’s basement. And today, his activewear is everywhere.

Clue that caught ‘lesbian vampire killer’

Clue that caught ‘lesbian vampire killer’

It was one of the most notorious crimes Brisbane has ever seen — and if not for one tiny clue left by the victim himself, it might have gone unsolved.

Sad truth hidden in royal wedding snap

Sad truth hidden in royal wedding snap

IT looks like a typical royal portrait commemorating another royal wedding — but the smiles hide a brutal truth the family is still reeling from.

How Lindsay Lohan blew almost her entire $30m net worth

How Lindsay Lohan blew almost her entire $30m net worth

LINDSAY Lohan was once one of Hollywood’s highest-paid stars but is now said to be worth under a million dollars. So how did she blow all her cash?

Brutal reality of a Kmart influencer

Brutal reality of a Kmart influencer

You’ve probably bought something because of these women — but there’s a little-known truth behind the photos that made Kmart a success.

Exercise before breakfast 'burns more fat'

Exercise before breakfast 'burns more fat'

New research shows that people who exercise before eating breakfast burn more fat and improve how their bodies respond to insulin.

Tourists’ big question about Uluru ban

Tourists’ big question about Uluru ban

The vast majority of locals support the controversial move to ban people from climbing Uluru, but tourists can’t stop asking one big question.

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