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Wed 18 Sep 2019

The art of dining with Donald

premium_icon The art of dining with Donald

A White House state dinner is considered to be the highest accolade given to a foreign dignitary but Scott Morrison will do well to get a word in

Boris could be forced to recall parliament

Boris could be forced to recall parliament

British PM Boris Johnson may be forced into recalling parliament if the Supreme Court rules the prorogation was unlawful in the latest twist in the Brexit saga.

Teacher’s sacking divides America

Teacher’s sacking divides America

A high school teacher sent a series of tweets addressed to Donald Trump earlier this year. Now she’s been sacked over them.

Teen’s chilling threat to classmates

Teen’s chilling threat to classmates

The 18-year-old schoolgirl sparked concern after she allegedly told a friend she wanted to “shoot 400 people for fun”.

Model deemed too ‘undesirable’ for Insta

Model deemed too ‘undesirable’ for Insta

A beauty blogger has gone to war with Instagram after it refused to let her promote a post because it was deemed too “undesirable”.

Oscar winner unrecognisable at premiere

Oscar winner unrecognisable at premiere

His face has appeared on the big screen dozens of times over the years — but this star looked unrecognisable on the red carpet of his new movie.

Netflix film dubbed ‘worst movie ever’

Netflix film dubbed ‘worst movie ever’

Netflix has made its fair share of stinkers before, but the recently released Tall Girl has been dubbed the worst so far.

Vegan protesters storm supermarket

Vegan protesters storm supermarket

Angry customers turned on vegan protesters after they stormed a supermarket on Sunday and told shoppers to “stop eating animals”.

How to get a cheaper new iPhone

premium_icon How to get a cheaper new iPhone

iPhone 11 can be unboxed and in Australian hands from Friday September 20 with official stores and telcos being flooded with preorders for the latest model

Elderly cruise passengers were tricked to smuggling cocaine

Elderly cruise passengers were tricked to smuggling cocaine

An elderly British couple are facing jail time after they claim they were “tricked” by a mysterious businessman into taking empty cases on a cruise.

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