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  • 49 mins UK’s May ‘should stand down without delay’ Adelaidenow
    Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat, tipped by some as a possible future party leader, has called on British Prime Minister Theresa May to stand down because her attempt to deliver Brexit has "comprehensively failed". ... more
  • 49 mins Opinion: Diane von Furstenberg on the Statue of Liberty Adelaidenow
    On May 16, 2019, Diane von Furstenberg helped open the new Statue of Liberty Museum. During her speech, the immigrant from Belgium, said the statue represents "the American dream." Image: Getty ... more
  • 49 mins Risk of nuclear war ‘highest since WWII’ Adelaidenow
    The risk of nuclear weapons being used is at its highest since World War II, a senior UN security expert says. ... more
  • 49 mins British Steel forced into liquidation Adelaidenow
    British Steel, the country's second largest steel producer, has collapsed and put 25,000 jobs at risk after failing to secure emergency government funding. ... more
  • 49 mins Priest Gives Away Food and Water for Muslims Breaking Ramadan Fast in West Bank Adelaidenow
    A priest and Christian volunteers distributed food and water to Muslims breaking Ramadan fast in Jericho city, also known as Ariha, in the West Bank on May 20. The annual initiative was launched by Jericho’s Good Shepherd Youth Cultural Center. Father Mario Hachiti, along with volunteers, distributed water, dates and yogurt to people fasting Ramadan, the center said. In this video, the prayer calling on Muslims to break the fast can be heard emanating from a nearby mosque. Father Mario was also filmed a week earlier distributing food and water in Jericho with other volunteers. In an interview, he said ... more
  • 49 mins Dems accuse Trump of cover-up Adelaidenow
    US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has declared that President Donald Trump is “engaged in a cover up,” but she tamped down some Democrats’ rush toward an impeachment inquiry. ... more
  • 49 mins No More Grumpy Cat? Grumpy Cow Takes the Throne Adelaidenow
    A cow at the Wilsonview Dairy farm in Tillamook, Oregon, has captured the attention of thousands with her grumpy expression. Video by Derrick Josi, a farmer and blogger, shows cow “1985” giving him the “mean mug”. Credit: Instagram/TDF Honest Farming (Facebook via Storyful) ... more
  • 49 mins Kravitz secretly marries boyfriend Adelaidenow
    Zoe Kravitz has reportedly married her boyfriend of three years, Karl Glusman. ... more
  • 49 mins Opinion: Charter School Fight Heats Up With Sanders’ New Plan Adelaidenow
    Senator Bernie Sanders pitched his plan to roll back Charter schools at a town-hall in South Carolina on May 18, 2019. The cut in Charter school funding would be redistributed to struggling public schools. ... more
  • 4 hours Football fans jokingly mock Kim K Adelaidenow |Sport
    Deluded Arsenal fans have hilariously labelled Kim Kardashian a “disgrace” for failing to help resolve the Henrikh Mkhitaryan row. ... more
  • 4 hours Zampa puts WIndies star in a spin Adelaidenow |Sport
    Australia’s bowlers have dismissed West Indies for 229 inside 47 overs in their unofficial World Cup warm-up in Southampton. ... more
  • 4 hours End of an era as Victory farewells heroes Adelaidenow |Sport
    When the draw was released this loomed as Melbourne Victory’s biggest game in Asian Champions League history. ... more
  • 4 hours NRL stars take part in DrinkWise Adelaidenow |Sport
    The NRL has teamed up with not for profit organisation DrinkWise in a bid to educate players about drinking sensibly and to prevent scandals. ... more
  • 4 hours Rising stayer has Steely resolve Adelaidenow |Sport
    Steel Prince had to show all of his fighting qualities to win his last start but the Anthony Freedman stable is expecting a kinder run in Saturday’s Andrew Ramsden Stakes (2800m) at Flemington. ... more
  • 4 hours Skateboarder in savage stack at Bowden skate park Adelaidenow |Sport
    Jack Bridges, 28, required surgery for two severed tendons after this brutal fall at Bowden. ... more
  • 4 hours ‘I’ll miss our hugs’: Hamilton’s tribute Adelaidenow |Sport
    For so long Niki Lauda and Lewis Hamilton were a part of the Mercedes Formula 1 setup and now Hamilton has to take to the track for the first time without the man who took him to Mercedes. ... more
  • 4 hours ‘It’s tough’: teary NRL star speaks out Adelaidenow |Sport
    Manly NRL star Dylan Walker has opened up about the domestic violence charges he was hit with earlier this year after being found not guilty in court. ... more
  • 4 hours ‘Unacceptable’: Kent unloads on Cleary Adelaidenow |Sport
    Paul Kent has blasted Ivan Cleary over his inability to answer questions relating to how he plans to turn the Panthers’ season around. ... more
  • 4 hours Incredible zoom on Huawei ‘spy camera’ Adelaidenow |Biz
    Conspiracy theorists are claiming the real reason for the US ban on Huawei is the incredible 50X zoom of its mobile phones. ... more
  • 4 hours Workers’ revenge on billionaire boss Adelaidenow |Biz
    The entire political staff at one of Russia’s most prominent newspapers resigned on Monday in protest against its billionaire publisher — who reportedly ordered the firing of two journalists after they wrote an article about President Putin’s close allies. ... more
  • 4 hours Hidden problem ruining Millennials’ lives Adelaidenow |Biz
    When you think of a workaholic, you might picture a suited up, slick-haired douchebag, talking obnoxiously on his Bluetooth at a restaurant, then hooning home in his Merc. ... more
  • 4 hours Alabama bans Arthur’s same-sex marriage episode Adelaidenow |Biz
    A television station in Alabama has refused to broadcast an episode of beloved kid’s cartoon Arthur because it featured a gay wedding. The episode ‘Mr Ratburn and the Special Someone’ saw Arthur's teacher Mr Ratburn marry Patrick the aardvark. The American program aired nationally, but Alabama Public Television decided to show a re-run instead. APT director of programming Mike McKenzie defended the decision, saying children should be able to watch shows on the station without supervision. Gay rights group GLAAD has slammed the decision, calling it ‘mean spirited’. PBS, which makes the Arthur series, told People magazine that its program ... more
  • 4 hours Alabama bans Arthur’s same-sex marriage episode Adelaidenow |Ent
    A television station in Alabama has refused to broadcast an episode of beloved kid’s cartoon Arthur because it featured a gay wedding. The episode ‘Mr Ratburn and the Special Someone’ saw Arthur's teacher Mr Ratburn marry Patrick the aardvark. The American program aired nationally, but Alabama Public Television decided to show a re-run instead. APT director of programming Mike McKenzie defended the decision, saying children should be able to watch shows on the station without supervision. Gay rights group GLAAD has slammed the decision, calling it ‘mean spirited’. PBS, which makes the Arthur series, told People magazine that its program ... more
  • 4 hours Star slams ‘creepy’ dating claims Adelaidenow |Ent
    Hollywood star Natalie Portman has lashed out at “creepy” US singer Moby after he revealed they had briefly dated in 2001. ... more
  • 4 hours Dad’s heartbreaking wish after massacre Adelaidenow |Ent
    Walter Mikac, whose wife and two daughters were shot and killed in the Port Arthur massacre, has revealed the heartbreaking wish he had on that horrific day in 1996. ... more
  • 4 hours GoT boss kills spin-off show idea Adelaidenow |Ent
    SPOILER WARNING. This story discusses Game of Thrones’ series finale — if you haven’t watched the episode stop reading now. ... more
  • 4 hours Liberals should distance themselves from Abbott after ‘failed’ conservative push Adelaidenow
    Former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer is reportedly urging the Coalition to appoint Tony Abbott as Australia's Envoy to the Vatican. Western Australia Senator Ahron Stonehouse says the Liberal party should distance themselves from the former prime minister. Mr Stonehouse says Mr Abbott had his chance to push ‘his brand of conservatism’ but failed, and the party should not have to be constantly reminded of his failed conservative push in the Australian political landscape. Image: News Corp Australia ... more
  • 4 hours Tulsa Firefighters Rescue Man Trapped in Home by Falling Tree Adelaidenow
    Crew members with the Tulsa Fire Department worked to free a man trapped by a tree that had fallen on his home during storms on May 21. The National Weather Service had warned of potential tornadoes in the area. The fire department said the man’s neighbor heard him calling for help and alerted them. The man was only lightly injured, the department said. “Power lines are down in multiple places in Tulsa. Please pay close attention to your surroundings and be careful,” the department added. Credit: Tulsa Fire Department via Storyful ... more
  • 4 hours Who is Anthony Albanese? Adelaidenow
    He’s the working-class, rock-star Labor MP whose 1980s university selfie saw him branded “hot Albo”, but has long been labelled “too left” to lead the party. ... more
  • 4 hours Opinion: Brexit Party Leader: The Establishment is “Absolutely Terrified” Adelaidenow
    Speaking to a packed rally in London, Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage explained how his party—which launched six weeks ago—has given millions of people “hope, optimism and belief in this country and in the democratic process.” Image: AFP/Getty ... more
  • 4 hours Police Rescue Fox Cub Trapped at Construction Site Adelaidenow
    Police in Princeton, New Jersey, have credited a local animal control officer with the rescue of an injured fox cub trapped at a construction site. The little creature fell into an under-construction basement area, where it likely sustained its injury, and was unable to get out. Jim Ferry, an animal control officer with the local government, was dispatched to the scene and managed to capture the cub. Police said the fox cub was found to have a broken leg and was sent for treatment to Mercer County Wildlife Center. Credit: Princeton Police Department, New Jersey via Storyful ... more
  • 4 hours Oklahoma Firefighters Rescue Driver Clinging to Fence After Car Swept Into ‘Raging Water’ Adelaidenow
    A crew from the Broken Arrow Fire Department responded to a report in the early hours of May 21 of a vehicle that had been swept away by floodwater. They arrived to find a man “clinging to a fence post and unable to escape the raging water.” Firefighter Robert Goode used a rope to get to the man, and give him a flotation device. Goode was then able to help the man to safety. The man told firefighters he had been clinging to the post for nearly five hours before a passer-by heard his cry for help and alerted authorities. ... more
  • 4 hours Optus outages leave customers furious Adelaidenow
    Outraged Optus customers have taken to social media after a series of outages across its network with websites inaccessible, gaming systems down and internet not working. ... more
  • 4 hours New release blocks going, going … gone Adelaidenow
    A NEW land release in Hobart’s northern suburbs has hit the ground running with stage one sold out before it officially hit the market. ... more
  • 4 hours Alberta Town of High Level Evacuated as Wildfire Looms Adelaidenow
    An evacuation order for the Alberta town of High Level was issued on May 20 as the nearby Chuckegg Creek wildfire continued to burn out of control. Around 5,000 people from the town, and neighboring First Nations communities, had to leave, the Globe and Mail said. The fire, rated at the highest danger level and expected to worsen, had burned some 800 square kilometers, or 300 square miles, by May 21. The premier of Alberta, Jason Kenney, flew over the fire and said the government “will be here to help”. Credit: Lahiru Siriwardena via Storyful ... more
  • 4 hours ‘Monster’ NSW priest won’t change: victims Adelaidenow
    A former Catholic priest has been jailed for the historical sexual abuse of two young boys after a Sydney judge said he was rehabilitated and unlikely to re-offend. ... more
  • 7 hours It will be ‘disappointing’ for the RBA to cut rates Adelaidenow
    Dr Andrew Stone says he thinks it is ‘surprising and disappointing’ that the Reserve Bank of Australia has signalled ‘so bluntly and so quickly’ after the election that it intends to cut interest rates. This week RBA governor Philip Lowe said the central bank is considering decreasing the cash rate, which has remained at a record low of 1.5 per cent since August 2016. Dr Stone, who served as chief economist during Tony Abbott's tenure as PM, says he thinks it’s ‘unfortunate’ timing for the announcement. Image: News Corp Australia ... more
  • 7 hours Japan Taxi has become a pricey Olympic symbol Adelaidenow
    Toyota Motor’s Japan Taxi, born in a government committee and designed to be an all-things-to-all-people cab, has become a high-priced icon of Tokyo’s budget-busting 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The company says it's a money losing project. Grace Lee reports. ... more
  • 7 hours Fast News: Today’s top stories Adelaidenow
    Albanese favourite to be Labor leader, Qld Premier wants progress on Adani, and convicted NSW paedophile back in jail. ... more
  • 7 hours Dad’s heartbreaking wish after massacre Adelaidenow
    Walter Mikac, whose wife and two daughters were shot and killed in the Port Arthur massacre, has revealed the heartbreaking wish he had on that horrific day in 1996. ... more
  • 7 hours China’s icy reaction to ScoMo’s win Adelaidenow
    World leaders from Donald Trump to Benjamin Netanyahu may be singing Scott Morrison’s praises in the wake of his surprise election win, but China’s response has been less congratulatory. ... more
  • 7 hours Things are about to get much worse Adelaidenow
    British Prime Minister Theresa May must have thought her situation couldn’t possibly get any worse. ... more
  • 7 hours World’s leading tech experts examine AI at IBM Think Summit Adelaidenow
    Some of the world's leading tech experts have gathered in Sydney for the IBM Think Summit. The event is focussing on practical ways Australians can use emerging technologies to realise their ambitions and instigate change in enterprise. IBM's Anthony Farah told Sky News that the summit will focus on the ethical standards posed by artificial intelligence. ... more
  • 7 hours Investors seek safety amid US-China spat Adelaidenow
    Global stocks were slightly lower as investors sought safety in bonds, the Japanese yen and Swiss franc in muted trade amid renewed worries over the US-China spat after reports Washington has another Chinese tech firm in its sights. ... more
  • 7 hours Wisconsin Police Warn Public to Beware of Roaming Black Bear Adelaidenow
    Police in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, warned members of the public to beware of a black bear roaming around the town on Tuesday, May 21. Footage released via Facebook shows a black bear strolling across Boyd Park, in Eau Claire. As well as the park, police said the bear was spotted around Starr Avenue, Omaha Street, Mount Tom. Police said most black bears just wander through and generally don’t cause danger. “Fatal black bear attacks are extremely rare. The best way to avoid any issues with the black bear(s) is to not feed them. Please put away your garbage, or food ... more
  • 7 hours Police Helicopter Rescues Woman Whose Car Fell 150 Yards Down Napa County Cliff Adelaidenow
    A 20-year-old woman survived a harrowing ordeal after her car “flew” 150 yards off a cliff in Napa County, California, on Tuesday, May 21. California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers responded to a report shortly after 9:00 am that a car had fallen about 150 yards down a cliff on Monticello Road in Napa County. According to the CHP, a highway patrol helicopter, Napa firefighters, CALFIRE, and other authorities responded to the incident. CHP said they lowered a paramedic to the vehicle with a hoist in what they described as a “lengthy extrication from the vehicle". Footage posted by the CHP ... more
  • 8 hours NFL star’s incredibly heartwarming gesture Adelaidenow |Sport
    J.J. Watt is one of the most dominant defensive linesmen the NFL has seen. Over the span of his eight-year career he has struck fear into the hearts of quarterbacks league-wide. ... more
  • 8 hours ‘Wants to play for Tonga’: Fifita hints another star could shun Origin Adelaidenow |Sport
    Andrew Fifita has suggested that Brisbane tearaway David Fifita could follow Broncos teammate Tevita Pangai Jr and shun State of Origin to pledge allegiance to Tonga. ... more
  • 8 hours Stars name Hussey as new coach Adelaidenow |Sport
    David Hussey, one of Australia’s Twenty20 pioneers, has been named the new coach of the Melbourne Stars. ... more
  • 8 hours Lee: The bowling weapon set to deliver Australia World Cup glory Adelaidenow |Sport
    You’d be forgiven for feeling uninspired if you were a fast bowler heading into the Cricket World Cup. ... more
  • 8 hours Trainers plead for Sandown’s survival Adelaidenow |Sport
    Senior Victorian trainers Mick Kent and Pat Carey have called for Sandown racecourse to be saved, labelling the facility an essential asset for racing in the state. ... more
  • 8 hours AFL champion hangs up the boots Adelaidenow |Sport
    Veteran Sydney defender Heath Grundy has announced his immediate AFL retirement due to a back injury. ... more
  • 8 hours Rebel shows mates how to survive Tokyo Adelaidenow |Sport
    Eating jellyfish and raw chicken, language lessons in a local Starbucks, and a view of Mt Fuji from his bedroom. ... more
  • 8 hours Mr 10.1 seconds: Quadzilla switches to Sevens to boost Olympic bid Adelaidenow |Sport
    Powerhouse Australian sprinter Trae Williams has made the switch to Rugby Sevens, little more than a year out from the Tokyo Olympics. ... more
  • 8 hours Cleary fawns over out-of-form son Adelaidenow |Sport
    Ivan Cleary has launched a passionate defence of NSW halfback and son Nathan, saying the days of representative teams being based on form are “long gone”. ... more
  • 10 hours AFL champion hangs up the boots Adelaidenow |AFL
    Veteran Sydney defender Heath Grundy has announced his immediate AFL retirement due to a back injury. ... more
  • 10 hours Desperate mayor promises ‘free Viagra’ Adelaidenow |Biz
    A French mayor is handing out free Viagra to couples in his town in a desperate bid to boost the local birthrate. ... more
  • 10 hours How to save $10,000 a year on groceries Adelaidenow |Biz
    A Sydney mother says waiting for those yellow discount tags to come out at your local supermarket can wipe thousands of dollars off a family’s grocery spend. ... more
  • 10 hours Mid-Session 22 May 19: Aussie market breaks 5-day winning streak Adelaidenow |Biz
    The Australian sharemarket is down slightly at lunch while remaining near the 11.5 year high hit on Tuesday. ... more
  • 10 hours ‘House prices could fall 85 per cent’ Adelaidenow |Biz
    House prices in some “non-aspirational” outer suburbs could fall by 85 per cent and there is “no conceivable reason why some don’t go to $1”, according to a hedge fund boss. ... more
  • 10 hours Huge discounts still on Click Frenzy Adelaidenow |Biz
    Online sales event Click Frenzy has reduced the glitches that have plagued its “mayhem” campaign in previous years and is on track to smash its sales record, the company says. ... more
  • 10 hours Staggering absences for GoT finale Adelaidenow |Ent
    If it felt like Game of Thrones fever was in full force on Monday, you were not wrong. ... more
  • 10 hours Famous joke movie star regrets Adelaidenow |Ent
    It was the movie that shot him to stardom, but Seth Rogen has one regret about starring in The 40-Year-Old Virgin. ... more
  • 10 hours Singer shocks with on-air sex confession Adelaidenow |Ent
    Aussie singer Conrad Sewell didn’t hold back when he was asked about his sex life on 2Day FM this morning. ... more
  • 10 hours Conrad Sewell’s sex confession Adelaidenow |Ent
    The singer shocked the 2Day FM breakfast hosts with his sex confession. ... more
  • 10 hours Game of Thrones: Relive the jaw-dropping moments that made it the biggest show on earth Adelaidenow |Ent
    These are the scenes that made Game of Thrones the biggest show on earth. Join News.com.au's entertainment team as they pick their top Game Of Thrones scenes of all time across the entire phenomenal series. ... more
  • 10 hours Film trailer: Gentleman Jack Adelaidenow |Ent
    Check out the trailer for Gentleman Jack. ... more
  • 10 hours Nicole reveals how she made Meryl join cast Adelaidenow |Ent
    Not even stars as famous as Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon thought they’d be able to convince Meryl Streep to join their show. ... more
  • 10 hours Three people injured in Kakadu helicopter crash Adelaidenow
    Three people have been seriously injured in a helicopter crash in Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory. The trio were taking part in an aerial feral animal cull at the park and are now in a serious condition at Darwin Hospital. Image: News Corp Australia ... more
  • 10 hours Survival of passengers after Kakadu helicopter crash hailed as ‘miracle’ Adelaidenow
    A trauma expert says it's a ‘miracle’ three men survived a horrific helicopter crash in Kakadu National Park. Two park rangers and an external contractor were carrying out an aerial buffalo cull when the chopper went down. One man was able to free himself from the wreckage and call for help. Two men are being treated in Royal Darwin Hospital. The third passenger has been flown to Melbourne for treatment. Image: News Corp Australia ... more
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