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'Sure enough, there's an emu running down the road'

Thursday  17:07,   25 april 2019
9news.com.au

It's an Australian icon, more suited to the bush than the burbs. But yesterday evening in Eight Mile Plains, locals saw the extraordinary- an Emu running down the street. "I was like, 'oh there's an Emu outside!' And I ran out the front," local... >>>

Berejiklian 'confident' Australia will recognise Armenian genocide despite PM's backflip

Thursday  17:06,   25 april 2019
smh.com.au

The Premier renewed calls for her federal Liberal colleagues to formally recognise the Armenian genocide at an event commemorating its 104th... >>>

Perth family terrorised: ‘Why is this happening to us?’

Thursday  17:05,   25 april 2019
9news.com.au

A young family in the Perth suburb of Parmelia say they have become a victim of constant abuse since moving there in October 2018. The attacks consist of rock throwing, attempted break-ins, and a home invasion, prompting the family to install CCTV... >>>

Surgeon accused of bullying and sexual harassment complains to Speaker

Thursday  17:05,   25 april 2019
brisbanetimes.com.au

A Queensland surgeon has complained about allegations being tabled under the protection of parliamentary... >>>

'Sure enough, there's an emu running down the road'

Thursday  17:04,   25 april 2019
9news.com.au

It's an Australian icon, more suited to the bush than the burbs. But yesterday evening in Eight Mile Plains, locals saw the extraordinary- an Emu running down the street. "I was like, 'oh there's an Emu outside!' And I ran out the front," local... >>>

Berejiklian 'confident' Australia will recognise Armenian genocide despite PM's backflip

Thursday  17:04,   25 april 2019
smh.com.au

The Premier renewed calls for her federal Liberal colleagues to formally recognise the Armenian genocide at an event commemorating its 104th... >>>

When it comes to health, which party has the best plan?

Thursday  14:35,   25 april 2019
abc.net.au

Targeting health is seen as a vote winner in elections and there's been no shortage of announcements this election campaign. So far, most of the promises are designed to make it cheaper for you to see a doctor or... >>>

Powerful moment a Maori haka meets an Aboriginal corroboree as two indigenous cultures combine following a dawn Anzac Day service

Thursday  14:26,   25 april 2019
dailymail.co.uk

The powerful moment an Aboriginal corroboree meets a Maori Haka after an Anzac Day dawn service has been captured on video. The stirring performance took place at Kings Park in Perth on Thursday morning, with about 30,000 attendees. The half hour... >>>

Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley slams boo-boys after Anzac day clash

Thursday  14:15,   25 april 2019
abc.net.au

Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley slams boo-boys after Anzac day... >>>

Couple’s 'life-saving' rural sanctuary giving vets a new lease on life

Thursday  14:10,   25 april 2019
9news.com.au

A couple whose property serves as a sanctuary for veterans in need have said a funding knock-back could leave them struggling to help those returned from Australia's wars. Greg and Anne Carter's property Cockatoo Rise is a place any returned veteran >>>

Five British men charged over ugly brawl in Sydney's east

Thursday  14:10,   25 april 2019
smh.com.au

The shocking Kings Cross altercation was captured on camera by bystanders in the early hours of Thursday morning. Five men have been charged following a violent brawl at Kings Cross in the ea The shocking altercation, captured on camera by... >>>

The tiny town where 29 people from one street fought in WWI

Thursday  14:01,   25 april 2019
9news.com.au

You’ll find a memorial to our fallen service men and women in nearly every town and city across Australia. In bigger cities you’ll find them in the suburbs. Credit Cards Are Now Offering 0% Interest Until 2020 Find out more on Finder Ad... >>>

‘The only thing worse than a gay person with power is a woman’

Thursday  13:30,   25 april 2019
9news.com.au

Pauline Hanson is standing by a One Nation candidate who was filmed making derogatory comments about women and gay people. In videos seen by 9News, Stuart Bonds said: "The only thing worse than a gay person with power is a woman”. He added: "I don't >>>

'We just heard screaming' :Man critically injured

Thursday  13:00,   25 april 2019
9news.com.au

Detectives are searching a home 30 kilometres south of Brisbane for clues to determine how a 26-year-old man received critical head... >>>

Chinatown murder accused was released from psych facility a week ago

Thursday  10:25,   25 april 2019
theage.com.au

A man accused of murdering a woman whose body was found on the street in Melbourne's Chinatown is a diagnosed schizophrenic who was released from a facility a week ago, a court has heard. Christopher Bell, 32, was charged with one count of murder on >>>