PM talks up Australian multicultural curry

Both celebrate this country's great multiculturalism, Scott Morrison believes.The prime minister talked of the strength of Australia as a nation of all cultures while drawing on the beauty of the human spirit and the power of love to conquer evil on Monday.He visited a Buddhist temple in Berwick, in the marginal seat of

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Two-month-old baby dies on flight from KL to Perth

A two-month-old baby has died on a flight to Perth this morning.AirAsia confirmed the baby died after a medical emergency on board flight D7236 from Kuala Lumpur.The crew on board called for help and was met by a team of doctors after landing in Perth about 5.30am.“The safety and wellbeing of our guests

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Ash Barty, Sam Stosur send Australia to Fed Cup final with doubles win over Belarus

Updated April 22, 2019 07:56:26 Photo: Sam Stosur (right) lost both her singles, meaning Ash Barty (left) had to win both of hers. (AAP: Glenn Hunt) Samantha Stosur has bounced back from a singles drubbing and perhaps exorcised a few demons with a composed performance in front of her home Brisbane crowd in

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NRL 2019 Round 6: Raiders v Broncos: Worst start since 1999, Anthony Seibold

Brisbane have slumped to their worst NRL start this century but first-year coach Anthony Seibold says he is not feeling the pinch.The Broncos’ 26-22 loss Canberra on Sunday means the powerhouse club have won just one of their opening six games for the first time since 1999. Seibold swapped places with South Sydney

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Apple loses legal battle with Swatch over the use of “one more thing” phrase

Apple and Swatch have crossed swords a few times in the last couple of months, but in different countries. Early this month, Apple lost the first legal battle against the Swiss watchmaker when a court in Switzerland said it's quite fine for Swatch to use the “Tick different” slogan on its watches, despite

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NRL Head of Football Graham Annesley admits refs got escort penalty call wrong

NRL Head of Football Graham Annesley has admitted the referees got it wrong in not calling a penalty for an escort on Manly’s Reuben Garrick in the final second. Annesley told Triple M’s James Hooper that Des Hasler’s men should have been afforded the opportunity to send the game to golden point at

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Israel Folau Instagram post, Rugby Australia, Waleed Aly, controversy

The cloud over divisive Wallabies fullback Israel Folau thickens by the day as the devout Christian fights for his right to continue to fill the nation’s No. 15 jersey.The 30-year-old superstar was issued a breach notice from Rugby Australia after posting homosexuals would go to hell on his Instagram. A Code of Conduct

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30km/h speed zone to be enforced in Melbourne’s inner north

Melbourne motorists will soon be hit with new road rule that enforces a 30km/h in the city's CBD. The new speed limit will be enforced in the Hoddle grid in a bid to cut the number of accidents involving pedestrians and cyclists. The new speed limit will replace the 40km/h limit that was

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Yellow vest anger burns in France, fuelled by Notre Dame donations

The protesters were marking the 23rd straight weekend of yellow vest actions against economic inequality and President Emmanuel Macron's government, which they see as favouring the wealthy and big business at the expense of ordinary workers. Protesters see themselves as standing up for beleaguered French workers, students and retirees who have been battered

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‘Axe murderer’ on the loose in NYC after killing a woman in Bushwick

One woman was killed and another was critically hurt by a suspected axe murderer inside a Brooklyn apartment — all while a little girl was in another room, police and law enforcement sources said.The New York Post reports that the woman, 21, called an Uber to a building within New York City Housing

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