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Drivers could face tougher mobile phone laws

Australia already has strict laws surround mobile phone usage while driving but one organisation is calling for a bigger crackdown, claiming

Hopes fade for soccer star Emiliano Sala as rescuers search English Channel

In a chilling voice message sent to friends, which Argentina's Clarin newspaper said was authenticated by Sala's father, Horacio, the player

A Meteorite Impacted With The Moon During The Total Lunar Eclipse

Unlike those of us on this side of the world, people in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and large swathes

Schools to close across Aiia’s home city as her body arrives in Israel

“The support we received gave us a good feeling," he said."The whole world supported us, and it feels good. We can

Another airline staffer arrested for drugs

A second flight attendant has been charged over an international drug trafficking operation which was allegedly smuggling high-grade heroin and ice

Blood moon, lunar eclipse: Meteorite smashes into moon

A meteorite crashed onto the surface of the moon as the world watched this week, making it the first known sighting

Adelaide heat record could topple this week

Adelaide’s 80-year-old heat record could topple this week, as South Australia braces for soaring temperatures and extreme conditions. The city’s highest

Resident Evil 2 Review (PS4)

Attempting to remake what is considered one of the greatest video games of all time has to be both an incredibly

Mystery orbits don’t require a Planet 9, researchers say | Space

Artist’s concept of distant trans-Neptunian objects, moving in far-flung orbits around our sun. Some of their orbits are strange, and that

Liberals fume after Scott Morrison intervenes in key seat

He told his local newspaper, the South Coast Register, that Mr Morrison "has taken the party to the days of Eddie

Ex-ATSIC chief Geoff Clark charged with embezzling $2m community fund

Mr Clark, of Framlingham near Warrnambool in Victoria's south-west, labelled the case "the biggest political assassination this district and this country

Cruise returns with passenger missing, feared overboard

A Princess Cruise ship is returning to Melbourne after a passenger went missing from the ship between Australia and New Zealand

Scoot flight bound for Singapore makes emergency landing in Sydney after mid-air brawl

Terrified plane passengers have watched on in horror as a dramatic brawl broke out on an international flight that had just

Understanding dementia | Coast Reporter

Across the Sunshine Coast, brave and passionate voices come together to challenge attitudes and stop stigma and say, “Yes. I live

Australian Open 2019: Pablo Carreno Busta apologises for post-match fury after loss to Kei Nishikori, video, tiebreaker incident

A teary Pablo Carreno Busta has apologised for his post-match outburst after losing a five-hour five-setter to Kei Nishikori in the

Serena Williams vs Simona Halep updates, scores, results

Halep's foot work is starting to trouble Williams - she jumps to a 0-30 lead. Williams responds with an ace and

Trump is a dealmaker who can’t seem to make a deal

The 30-day shutdown - the effects of which have begun rippling beyond the federal workforce and into the everyday lives of

Karmichael Hunt offered rugby lifeline with NSW Waratahs

Disgraced fullback Karmichael Hunt was Monday given a chance to revive a rugby career overshadowed by a drug scandal, signing a

ASX set for strong start to week

3. Technical indicators strong: For now, at least, the direction for US, and therefore global stocks, is up. The recovery has

Labor says Kelly O’Dwyer’s departure highlights a lack of support for women in the Liberal Party – Politics

Posted January 21, 2019 01:03:09 Photo: The Minister for Women Kelly O'Dwyer says she wants to spend more time with her

Greeks gathered to watch Tsitsipas make history at the Australian Open [PHOTOS]

Talented young tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas has ridden on Greek support throughout the Australian Open, and tonight was no exception. The

Inside Mueller team’s decision to dispute BuzzFeed’s explosive Trump-Cohen story

In the view of the special counsel's office, that was wrong, two people familiar with the matter said, speaking on the

the Native American who faced down his tormentors

Phillips, 64, said on Saturday he felt threatened by the teens and that they suddenly swarmed around him as he and

‘Blood moon’ to slip into Earth’s shadow

The only total lunar eclipse of 2019 will take place on Sunday when the shadow of the Earth falls on the

Drone-killing tech outlawed at Australian airports despite ‘catastrophic’ risk to flights

Updated January 20, 2019 08:35:04 Photo: Drones grounded flights at the UK's Gatwick airport for days around Christmas. (AP: John Stillwell)

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