National News

Mon 30 Nov 2020

Hayne’s invites knocked back twice: court

Hayne’s invites knocked back twice: court

NRL star Jarryd Hayne has agreed in court a woman rejected his invitations to meet him twice before an alleged sexual assault.

Cycling road rule drivers get wrong

Cycling road rule drivers get wrong

A harrowing video shows the moment a car collided with a group of cyclists and is sparking debate about a misunderstood road rule.

Granny killer: ‘She was the closest thing to a psychopath’

Premium Content Granny killer: ‘She was the closest thing to a psychopath’

Jennifer Kaschau has never forgotten the way prisoner Angelika Gavare talked about the gruesome murder of Vonne McGlynn. Warning: Graphic

‘Insult’: Fury as Qantas sacks thousands

‘Insult’: Fury as Qantas sacks thousands

Qantas has confirmed thousands of staff will lose their jobs after a cost-cutting decision to outsource the majority of its ground-handling operations.

BAILED: Mum, boyfriend watch TV as little angel dies in hot car

Premium Content BAILED: Mum, boyfriend watch TV as little angel dies in hot...

A mother and her boyfriend charged over the death of Rylee Rose Black have been released on bail, as shock allegations are revealed about the couple’s movements.

Big consequence of Chinese tariffs

Big consequence of Chinese tariffs

One of Australia’s major wine exporters says China’s latest tariff slap will cost local jobs and hurt the ‘lifeblood’ of the industry.

Charges laid over NZ volcano tragedy

Charges laid over NZ volcano tragedy

New Zealand authorities have charged 13 parties in relation to the White Island eruption that killed 22 people, including Australian tourists.

Brian Burston accused of sexual harassment

Premium Content Brian Burston accused of sexual harassment

Former One Nation Senator Brian Burston has been hit with a claim seeking significant compensation for alleged sexual harassment by an ex-staffer.

Community rallies for child born with half a heart

Premium Content Community rallies for child born with half a heart

Samson Farkas spent the first 54 days of his life on life support, has endured two open heart surgeries – the first when he was just six months old.

Family ‘devastated’ as ‘angel’ dies in hot car

Family ‘devastated’ as ‘angel’ dies in hot car

Aussies are rallying behind a heartbroken family after their beloved three-year-old Rylee Rose was allegedly left to die in a hot car.

‘Sickening’: Video shows car hit cyclist

‘Sickening’: Video shows car hit cyclist

Vision has emerged of the moment a car collides with a cyclist riding in a group, sending several of them flying. WARNING: Confronting

Commander denies initiation rituals part of army customs

Premium Content Commander denies initiation rituals part of army customs

Five soldiers on trial over allegations they illegally confined a colleague during a hazing challenge have learned their fate.

Girl’s tragic, needless death shatters family

Premium Content Girl’s tragic, needless death shatters family

Neighbours have revealed what they witnessed the day a bright-eyed, chubby-cheeked toddler died inside a hot car at Burdell.

Qld’s worst child porn monsters revealed

Premium Content Qld’s worst child porn monsters revealed

They are the depraved, sick men involved in the global child pornography industry. We take a look at 14 of the worst.

Fire at Hillsong church linked to Lismore cathedral blaze

Premium Content Fire at Hillsong church linked to Lismore cathedral blaze

THE man was tasered by police after he allegedly set fire to a Lismore cathedral in September, a court has been told.

Gunmen on the run after fatal shooting

Gunmen on the run after fatal shooting

Two gunmen remain at large after breaking into a home in Sydney’s west before shooting the 30-year-old occupant multiple times.

Fundraiser launched to honour ‘angel’ after horror death

Premium Content Fundraiser launched to honour ‘angel’ after horror death

Three young girls are without their chubby-cheeked little sister after she was found dead inside a car.

Flashback to hell as flames claim Sydney home

Premium Content Flashback to hell as flames claim Sydney home

Tinderbox conditions, temperatures in the 40s and “furnace-like” 100km/h winds whipped up almost 90 fires across NSW on Sunday.

‘Stands for nothing’: Newman’s ScoMo sledge

Premium Content ‘Stands for nothing’: Newman’s ScoMo sledge

Former premier Campbell Newman has blasted the Morrison Government as a disgrace, all spin and no substance.

The evil monsters who must die in jail

Premium Content The evil monsters who must die in jail

If we are serious about the punishment fitting the crime, there’s only one way to meet community expectations, writes Peter Gleeson.

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