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Sun 21 Jul 2019

Jacinda’s awkward moment with Lisa

Jacinda’s awkward moment with Lisa

The New Zealand PM is known for her composure at difficult times, but Lisa Wilkinson’s tough questions on the Sunday Project had her squirming.

Ninja’s ‘stupid rule’ sparks outrage

Ninja’s ‘stupid rule’ sparks outrage

A hot favourite on Australian Ninja Warrior was abruptly kicked out of the competition in a decision even the show’s own hosts called “unfair”.

Chernobyl hero filmed his own death

Chernobyl hero filmed his own death

There were many who risked their lives after the Chernobyl disaster — but none more so than a man desperate to show the world what happened.

Trump lobbies for rapper held in Sweden

Trump lobbies for rapper held in Sweden

US President Donald Trump says he has vouched for ASAP Rocky's bail, who is being held over a fight, and assured Sweden's PM the rapper is not a flight risk.

Heavy rain hits Japan, thousands evacuated

Heavy rain hits Japan, thousands evacuated

FORECASTERS are warning of mudslides, flooding and swollen rivers on Japan's island of Kyushu and the Chugoku region, as Typhoon Danas drenches the region.

Pollie pedal peloton arrives in Brisbane

Pollie pedal peloton arrives in Brisbane

THE Pollie Pedal has come to a close for another year with politicians and veterans who cycled more than 1000km through NSW and Queensland arriving in Brisbane.

Fukushima beach reopens for swimming

Fukushima beach reopens for swimming

Families and surfers in Japan have finally been allowed to swim at a beach near the Fukushima nuclear plant, the first time since the 2011 disaster.

Hong Kong braces for latest mass protest

Hong Kong braces for latest mass protest

HONG Kong is bracing for another mass protest over a controversial extradition bill, with police locking down the city centre.

How to cut your coffee costs

How to cut your coffee costs

MANY Aussies can’t resist a daily dose — or three — of coffee, but it doesn’t always have to be a takeaway cup or mug in a cafe. We examine another option.

Gunmen and bomber kill seven in Pakistan

Gunmen and bomber kill seven in Pakistan

TWIN attacks in northwest Pakistan on a police checkpoint and a hospital have left seven people dead, including four police officers.

‘I’m 33, male and still a virgin’

‘I’m 33, male and still a virgin’

Neil was too “geeky” to notice girls when he was a teenager — now he’s 33 and worried he’s left it far too late to ever succeed in the bedroom.

Disabled teen dies in taxi, car crash

Disabled teen dies in taxi, car crash

An 18-year-old in a wheelchair has been killed in a crash involving a car and maxi-cab in Melbourne's southeast. Two other passengers were taken to hospital.

‘Complicated’ reason for no moon return

‘Complicated’ reason for no moon return

Landing on the moon was an extraordinary achievement but embarrassingly it’s one man has never topped. What’s been holding us back?

Aussie TV star’s last heartbreaking text

Aussie TV star’s last heartbreaking text

THEY were once the most recognisable pair on Aussie TV and before her untimely passing, John Burgess was one of the last she texted.

US celebrates anniversary of moon landing

US celebrates anniversary of moon landing

Across the United States, thousands of people are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, from visiting the space centre to eating moon pies.

Seniors fight back against scammers

Seniors fight back against scammers

They’re seen as big targets for scammers because of their wealth and age, but senior Australians are getting better at resisting criminals chasing their money.

How ‘FaceApp’ could find Maddie

How ‘FaceApp’ could find Maddie

THE hunt for missing Madeleine McCann could be boosted after FaceApp-style AI was used to reunite a Chinese man with his family 18 years after he was abducted.

TIMELINE: Drones, tankers stoke Middle East conflict

TIMELINE: Drones, tankers stoke Middle East conflict

A flurry of military run-ins and seized cargo ships have stoked fears of a new conflict in the Middle East in the strategically important Strait of Hormuz.

Russian capsule arrives at space station

Russian capsule arrives at space station

A Russian space capsule carrying an American, a Russian and an Italian has docked at the International Space Station.

Is this SUV a bargain or overpriced?

Is this SUV a bargain or overpriced?

This family SUV is reliable and safe but with new versions so cheap be careful you don’t pay too much, and watch out for these issues.

How an Isuzu became the perfect car for a family holiday

How an Isuzu became the perfect car for a family holiday

THIS big four-wheel drive isn’t the first car you think of for you family, but this underrated seven-seater is perfect for adventurous families.

Nicole Kidman’s Big Little Lies admission

Nicole Kidman’s Big Little Lies admission

NICOLE Kidman has taken a break to urge Big Little Lies fans to tune into tomorrow’s finale and made an admission that will send fans into a frenzy.

Flights stopped over security scare

Flights stopped over security scare

MULTIPLE airlines have temporarily suspended flights in and out, following an ongoing security review.

Should first-home buyers wait for ScoMo’s scheme?

Should first-home buyers wait for ScoMo’s scheme?

THE PM’s scheme to help first-home buyers enter the market with 5 per cent deposits was an election promise. We asked experts whether it’s worth waiting for.

Reality star’s secret rehab fight

Reality star’s secret rehab fight

She’s one of the most followed models on Instagram. Now Lisa Rinna’s daughter Delilah Belle has opened up about her personal struggles.

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