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Michelle Obama weighs in on Donald Trump feud

Former US first lady Michelle Obama has apparently taken a shot at US President Donald Trump amid his escalating feud with

Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong put a flag on the moon. Here’s what you can and can’t see in the iconic photo

On July 20, 1969, about1140pm (EDT), the scene depicted in one of the most iconic photos ever taken unfolded.Astronauts Neil Armstrong

Australia v South Africa, semi final Liz Ellis preview

Former Australia netball captain Liz Ellis says Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander should be concerned about the second half fade out in

Mark Hamill Receives Comic-Con Icon Award

The episode mesmerized the 6,500-plus crowd almost as much as the preceding panel, which saw geek icon and Star Wars star

5.3 magnitude, tourists, locals flee, buildings damaged

A strong earthquake shook Greece, causing frightened residents and tourists to run into the capital’s streets after it left several buildings

How Australia shared the moon landing with the world

LoadingNASA’s tracking stations in Australia included Honeysuckle Creek in the high country south of Canberra which was purpose built to be

Ebola epidemic officially declared a global health emergency

On July 17, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo a public health emergency

Australian man found dead in Canada

NSW Police on Friday night confirmed the identity of the Australian man, who is reported to be the son of NSW

BREAKING: AB InBev agrees to sell CUB to Asahi

PRESS RELEASE from AB InBev Anheuser-Busch InBev has agreed to divest Carlton & United Breweries (CUB), its Australian subsidiary, to Asahi

Iran seizes foreign oil tanker in Persian Gulf

Iran’s state TV says Revolutionary Guard forces have seized a foreign tanker with 12 crew accused of smuggling oil. The seizure

Questions linger about Mark Coyne Singapore incident

The ARLC/NRL code of conduct makes it mandatory to self-report any offence, even the prospect ofbeing charged, whether in Australia, or

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika, Dave Rennie, Scott Johnson

JOHANNESBURG — The wheels are in motion to find a successor for coach Michael Cheika should the Wallabies not win the

Metro Tunnel’s big tunnels meet up, 11-storeys beneath the city

The State Library station being built as part of the $11 billion Metro Tunnel project is starting to take shape, with

US eyes moon return from a different world

The last human to make the last footprint on the moon was US astronaut Gene Cernan on December 13 1972, expressing

Ebola outbreak in DR Congo declared a global health emergency

The World Health Organisation says the deadly Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is now an international health emergency

Study reveals the most popular emoji on ‘World Emoji Day’

In celebration of the cultural phenomenon of emoji, Adobe is exploring the impact of this emerging digital language on our lives,

World Emoji Day 2019: Apple, Google Reveal New Emojis Coming Later This Year

Today is the World Emoji Day and to mark the occasion, Apple and Google have revealed their plans to introduce brand-new

Mother dressed up doll to claim Centrelink after baby death

Mr Bernhaut conceded Mains claimed $209,114 in Centrelink payments she wasn't entitled to and made false oral representations over the years

Australian researchers showcase pre-emptive autism intervention for children under two

The first trial of pre-emptive behavioural interventions for babies showing early signs of autism has found that the therapies used can

Cricket World Cup final 2019

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson says it's "a shame" that the World Cup final was decided on boundary countback and insists

Last chance to grab the Garmin Fenix 5X Sapphire in the Prime Day sale

We're into the final stretch of the Prime Day 2019 two-day sales bonanza. That means you only have a few hours

Bee sting allergy breakthrough researched in South Australia’s Flinders University

There's been a breakthrough for those who are allergic to bee stings, with South Australian researchers developing a world-first vaccine designed

Circus performer seriously injured after fall

A 28-year-old female circus performer has fallen 11m and seriously injured herself during a Circus Rio show in the Adelaide suburb

Genetic link to anorexia ‘a great relief’ for patients

News New research showing a genetic link to the eating disorder may help reduce stigma and aid treatment. Eight genes have

Far-right extremist and convicted racist Blair Cottrell fails in supreme court appeal bid | Australia news

Far-right extremist Blair Cottrell has been knocked back in his bid to contest his racial vilification conviction in Victoria’s supreme court.

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