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  • 46 mins Your club’s best mid-price SuperCoach gamble Adelaidenow |AFL
    Picking a team full of mid-price players is an almost guaranteed way to blow up your SuperCoach season in spectacular style. ... more
  • 47 mins Speaker to Trump: You’re cancelled Adelaidenow |Biz
    Donald Trump insisted he will push ahead with his State of Union address despite Nancy Pelosi asking him to wait until the US government reopens — forcing the House speaker to ban him. ... more
  • 47 mins Lawyer: Trump ‘threatened me’ Adelaidenow |Biz
    Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen says he is postponing his testimony because of “ongoing threats” by the President. ... more
  • 47 mins Satya Nadella: ‘The Learn-It-All Does Better Than the Know-It-All’ Adelaidenow |Biz
    In a WSJ Future of Work panel, Satya Nadella explains to WSJ Editor in Chief Matt Murray how he transformed the work culture at Microsoft. ... more
  • 47 mins Scary illness led to million-dollar idea Adelaidenow |Biz
    Christy Laurence spent years in a high-paying corporate job, until one day a life-changing moment turned her world upside down. ... more
  • 51 mins Baldwin in court over punch up Adelaidenow |Ent
    Alec Baldwin pleaded guilty to harassment and agreed to take anger management classes over his parking spot blow-up with a Manhattan motorist. ... more
  • 51 mins Drake UNFOLLOWS The Weeknd As FEUD Heats Up! Adelaidenow |Ent
    Drake and The Weeknd are OFFICIALLY in a Drake just did what all celebs do when they have a problem with someone...unfollow them on Instagram. other music news Ariana Grande blessed Arianators with the track list for her album that is now CONFIRMED to come out on Feb 8th and let's just say they all about lost it. ... more
  • 51 mins Justin Bieber & Hailey Baldwin POSTPONE Wedding Celebration AGAIN! Adelaidenow |Ent
    UH OH Jailey shippers this is some news you are NOT going to be happy to hear. Justin and Hailey Bieber have POSTPONED their wedding ceremony AGAIN for the third time. While I see this as a kind of red flag…the Biebs does NOT. He is reportedly still excited for him and Hailey’s future as a couple…AND family. In fact they’re doing anything to prevent a pregnancy if you know what I mean…so HEY…maybe that’s the reason they’re postponing again?! I’m getting ahead of myself here…EITHER WAY this is some SERIOUS Bieber news people and trust me you need to ... more
  • 51 mins Director faces new sex abuse claims Adelaidenow |Ent
    Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer is facing new allegations, published in the Atlantic, that he engaged in sexual misconduct with underage boys. ... more
  • 51 mins Justin Bieber PRAISES Chris Brown! Chris Brown SUING Rape Accuser! Adelaidenow |Ent
    I didn't think this whole Chris Brown Paris situation could get any more interesting but then we learn that Chris Breezy plans on SUING the alleged rape victim for defaming his character. PLUS...he's not letting this drama stop him from getting things he made sure to let fans know he's already back to work. And that is something Justin Bieber CLEARLY supports…as he made sure to let Chris know he supports him. We're going to break down all of this Chris Brown news right now and trust me you're going to want to get caught up. ... more
  • 51 mins Gaga reacts to Bradley Cooper snub Adelaidenow |Ent
    Lady Gaga is elated at her and Bradley Cooper’s Oscar nominations for A Star Is Born — so much so that his apparent snub for directing doesn’t bother her much. ... more
  • 52 mins Sports Now: Around the Grounds Adelaidenow
    Batsman Kurtis Patterson and paceman Jhye Richardson have both been named to debut in the first test series which begins against Sri Lanka at the Gabba, a suspected right quad injury has forced Kai Nishikori to retire from his quarter-final clash with Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams has produced the worst collapse of her career, catapulting Karolína Plíšková into the semi-finals. ... more
  • 52 mins Record heatwave to sweep through SA Adelaidenow
    Adelaide is forecast to reach around 45 degrees on Thursday, as South Australia braces for soaring temperatures and extreme conditions. Emergency services have expressed fears that windy conditions could lead to flare-up bushfires. Sweltering temperatures in Adelaide could challenge the city's temperature record of 46.1 degrees, with 99 per cent of South Australia bracing for similar extremes. The state's fire services are on high alert, with the CFS issuing total fire bans for multiple areas, including many within the West Coast region. Residents have been advised to closely monitor fire and weather conditions and action their bushfire survival plans. ... more
  • 52 mins RUSH HOUR: Creepy text from mechanic Adelaidenow
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  • 52 mins Fast News: Today’s top stories Adelaidenow
    Record-breaking heat is forecast in South Australia with total fire bans in place for much of the state, residents near the fire grounds in Tasmania are being warned not to be complacent despite the fire threat appearing to ease and a tropical cyclone is expected to form off the coast of WA. ... more
  • 52 mins Nurse arrested over patient pregnancy in Arizona Adelaidenow
    A nurse in Arizona has been arrested after a woman in a vegetative state gave birth. Nathan Sutherland, 36, has been detained on one count of sexual assault and one count of vulnerable adult abuse. Mr Sutherland was a nurse at the Hacienda Healthcare clinic in Arizona and had been providing care to the 29-year-old victim. The woman, who has been in the care of the clinic since she was three-years-old, gave birth on December 29. ... more
  • 52 mins Severe fire danger grips the state Adelaidenow
    Extreme or severe fire danger warnings have been issued for nearly all SA regions, while tram services in Adelaide have come to a halt after a stolen car was dumped on the tracks. ... more
  • 52 mins Search for plane with footballer on board moves to recovery operation Adelaidenow
    The search for a plane that disappeared over the English Channel with footballer Emiliano Sala on board has moved from a rescue to recovery operation. Police say they are looking at four possibilities for the fate of the plan e including that it landed on water with Sala and the pilot making it onto a life raft. The footballer reportedly voiced fears over the safety of the plane in a WhatsApp voice message he sent to friends while on board. ... more
  • 52 mins Accused Hacienda care-worker appears in court Adelaidenow
    36-year-old Nathan Sutherland appeared in a Phoenix courtroom Wednesday, charged with raping a severely intellectually disabled woman in his care who gave birth in December. The woman has been institutionalized for more than 25 years. ... more
  • 52 mins Trump ‘threatens’ ex-lawyer Adelaidenow
    Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen has postponed testimony in Congress citing threats from Mr Trump and the president’s current lawyer Rudy Giuliani, Cohen’s legal rep said. ... more
  • 52 mins Speaker to Trump: You’re cancelled Adelaidenow
    Donald Trump insisted he will push ahead with his State of Union address despite Nancy Pelosi asking him to wait until the US government reopens — forcing the House speaker to ban him. ... more
  • 4 hours Trump’s wall rhyme backfires Adelaidenow
    As the US government shutdown enters its 32nd day, Donald Trump took to Twitter to reinforce his position that if he doesn’t get funding for his US border wall with Mexico, he won’t budge. ... more
  • 4 hours Alleged thief punches up staff member Adelaidenow
    POLICE are looking to resolve a number of open cases on the Gold Coast — and you could help. ... more
  • 4 hours MAGA teen: ‘I had every right’ Adelaidenow
    The teenager filmed standing face-to-face with Native American elder in what looked like a tense stand-off says he was “not disrespectful” to the man and is not sorry. ... more
  • 4 hours Romeo, the World’s Loneliest Frog, Finally Finds His Juliet Adelaidenow
    The world’s loneliest frog has finally found a mate, thanks to the efforts of the Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) and scientists at the Museo d’Orbigny Alcide in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Romeo the Sehuencas water frog hit the headlines in February 2018, after the GWC made a ad for the bachelor amphibian. Romeo was collected from the Cloud Forest in Bolivia over a decade ago, and was thought to be the last of his kind. However, after scouring the forests once again, Romeo’s matchmaking team found him the perfect potential mate. They brought the female frog – aptly named Juliet – ... more
  • 4 hours Director faces new sex abuse claims Adelaidenow
    Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer is facing new allegations, published in the Atlantic, that he engaged in sexual misconduct with underage boys. ... more
  • 4 hours Assange launches legal challenge against US Adelaidenow
    Lawyers for Julian Assange are taking action aimed at forcing US President Donald Trump’s administration to reveal charges “secretly filed” against the WikiLeaks founder. ... more
  • 4 hours Dancing onto world stage Adelaidenow
    ONE of Townsville’s most established dance companies has hit the ground running already in 2019, announcing its latest international tour. ... more
  • 4 hours Townsville vet’s craziest patients Adelaidenow
    HENNY the chook is just one of the many pets who will benefit from a veterinarian’s push to bring exotic animals to the forefront. ... more
  • 4 hours #ChefsForFeds Expanding Across US to Tackle ‘Food Emergency’ Sparked by Government Shutdown Adelaidenow
    The founder of World Central Kitchen, an organization providing food for people in the wake of disasters, confirmed on January 22 that an initiative offering food to furloughed federal employees would be rolled out across the US within days. Speaking in a video posted on Twitter, restaurant owner and chef Jose Andres said that the #ChefsForFeds initiative had made between 6,000 and 8,000 hot meals per day since opening a pop-up cafe on January 16 in Washington in response to the US government shutdown. Referring to individual efforts made by businesses before the pop-up cafe opened, Andres said, “Remember, that ... more
  • 7 hours Grim reality of nation’s chaos Adelaidenow |Biz
    Brits are being bombarded with competing and conflicting messages about Brexit, but there is one dubious campaign many seem prepared to back. ... more
  • 7 hours Kate Langbroek opens up about move to Italy on The Project Adelaidenow |Ent
    The radio host opened up about her decision to move overseas for a year on The Project. ... more
  • 7 hours ‘Im hanging by a thread’: Langbroek Adelaidenow |Ent
    Kate Langbroek has opened up about her decision to live in Italy, admitting she is “hanging by a thread” ahead of the move. ... more
  • 7 hours Star’s hilarious reaction to Oscar nom Adelaidenow |Ent
    After almost 100 acting credits and a show business career that stretches back to 1969, Sam Elliott had a very relatable reaction to finding out he had been nominated for an Oscar. ... more
  • 7 hours Play it cool as mercury rises Adelaidenow
    Geelong will sweat it out as the state looks set to suffer through a heatwave. ... more
  • 7 hours Djokovic on his love for the Aus Open and finding inspiration on returning from injury Adelaidenow
    January 23, 2019. Novak Djokovic speaks to the media after his opponent, Kei Nishikori of Japan, retired from the match injured after the first set at the quarter finals of the Australian Open. Djokovic says that the past two years have been tough due to an elbow injury, and that the Australian Open is an inspirational tournament for him to start the year strongly. (AAP VIDEO/Alex Murray) ... more
  • 7 hours Keen for knowledge Adelaidenow
    THE organisers of a “one-stop shop” information event for first-home buyers have been inundated with interest and are now considering holding multiple events to satisfy demand. ... more
  • 7 hours Property market hits sales record Adelaidenow
    TASMANIA’S remarkable property market has reached new heights and broken records — again. ... more
  • 7 hours Why most Americans’ finances haven’t improved since Trump’s election Adelaidenow
    Opinions about the state of the nation's economy are often divided along political lines. But when it comes to their personal finances, most Americans haven't actually felt an improvement since President Trump's inauguration. ... more
  • 7 hours Inveraray Harbour Freezes Up as Cold Snap Bites in Scotland Adelaidenow
    Ice and snow greeted residents of Inveraray, Scotland, on the morning of Tuesday, January 22, with the town’s harbour and the loch it sits on freezing over. Elsewhere in Scotland, Glasgow Airport tweeted that operations had been temporarily suspended to clear heavy snow from the runway. The airport later said that flight operations had resumed. Later that morning, the Met Office issued a yellow warning for ice, effective until 4 pm on Wednesday. Credit: Mikey Johnstone via Storyful ... more
  • 7 hours Trad Session Breaks Out Midair on Flight With Talented Irish Students Adelaidenow
    Passengers on a flight between London and Co Kerry, in Ireland, on January 21 were treated to an impromptu trad session when some musical secondary school students put on a show. Video recorded by a member of the crew on the Ryanair flight, and posted to the company’s Twitter account, shows some students from St Brendan’s College in Killarney, Co Kerry, playing the fiddle and bodhran as others sing along to the tune of Sean McCarthy’s Step It Out Mary. A couple of students even began to jig in the aisle. Credit: Ryanair via Storyful ... more
  • 7 hours Building a future Adelaidenow
    FIRST-TIME homeowner Jacqui Kozakiewicz is among the young Tasmanians who have had a look at where the property market has grown to in recent years and then changed their home-buying plan. ... more
  • 7 hours LIVIN’ ON THE EDGE Adelaidenow
    A WALK along Quayle Street is like stepping back in time. ... more
  • 7 hours Djocovic on Dylan Alcott and the beauty of wheelchair tennis Adelaidenow
    January 23, 2019. Novak Djokovic talks about playing wheelchair tennis with Dylan Alcott, who he finds inspirational, and how he sees the sport as adding a layer of beauty. (AAP VIDEO/Alex Murray) ... more
  • 10 hours Sydney truck driver arrested while ‘triple legal limit’ Adelaidenow
    A Sydney truck driver has been arrested and charged with high range drunk driving, intimidation and resisting arrest. Witnesses say 42-year-old man appeared to be threatening a mother and her children in the middle of the Pacific Highway on Wednesday morning. A community police officer was able to intervene and removed the man from the road. Inside the truck, police found a bottle of vodka and a drinking glass, with a road side breath test allegedly showing the man was over the limit. ... more
  • 10 hours PM Scott Morrison endorses Warren Mundine in Nowra Adelaidenow
    January 23, 2019. The Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaking to the media in Nowra endorses ex ALP president, Warren Mundine in the seat of Gilmore to stand for the Liberals at the next election. Mr Mundine speaks about his passion for the seat because his heritage belongs to the region. Mr Mundine also explains that he wants to represent a rural seat and believes that jobs creation in regional and remote Australia is a priority. "The only way to improve your economic prosperity and a healthier lifestyle is actually working", Mr Mundine says. (AAP Video/Marc Tewksbury) ... more
  • 10 hours The Political Effects of the Global Economic Slowdown Adelaidenow
    Business and political leaders meeting in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum are worried about global growth and the political impact of an economic slowdown. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains. Photo: Getty ... more
  • 10 hours National Weather Forecast Adelaidenow
    National Weather Forecast ... more
  • 10 hours Pouille happy to see younger generation coming through to challenge Novak, Federer et al Adelaidenow
    January 23, 2019. Lucas Pouille says that he wasn't worried by Milos Raonic winning a set and pushing him in the fourth because he hadn't faced a break point and still felt in control of the match, winning in four sets at the quarter finals of the Australian Open. (AAP VIDEO/Alex Murray) ... more
  • 10 hours How to beat anxiety as fire draws closer Adelaidenow
    PEOPLE who are feeling anxious about bushfires can benefit from talking to their friends and family about their feelings and keeping a busy routine, a leading clinical psychologist recommends. ... more
  • 10 hours Emotional farewell for murdered student Adelaidenow
    The funeral of international student Aiia Maasarwe, who was murdered in Melbourne last week, has taken place in Israel. ... more
  • 10 hours Aged care worker sentenced to jail for abuse Adelaidenow
    An aged care worker has been sentenced to four months in jail after he was secretly filmed abusing a dementia patient in Sydney. The magistrate said the Nepalese national had been entrusted with the care of some of ‘society's most vulnerable’. The Nepalese national is set to appeal his jail sentence. ... more
  • 10 hours Melbourne man pleads guilty over cyclist hit-and-run Adelaidenow
    A 27-year-old homeless man has pleaded guilty in a Melbourne court over a hit-and-run crash that killed Dutch national Gitta Scheenhouwer. The learner driver was in a stolen Mercedes when he clipped a car on Chapel Street and swerving into a bike line where Ms Scheenhouwer was cycling. The man fled the scene after hitting the cyclist and now says he didn’t know he had struck someone. ... more
  • 10 hours Chinese model breaks silence about ‘racist’ Dolce & Gabbana ad Adelaidenow
    A Chinese model has spoken out over her involvement in a Dolce & Gabbana advertisement that drew international criticism. Zuo Ye says the campaign ruined her career after it featured the model struggling to eat Italian cuisine with chopsticks. The series of advertisements has been labelled ‘culturally insensitive'. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Wow’: Test bolter earns shock debut Adelaidenow |Sport
    Australia have confirmed key changes to the team ahead of the opening Test against Sri Lanka to get underway on Thursday. ... more
  • 11 hours Whisper is Brook’s got the edge on rivals Adelaidenow |Sport
    DARREN Weir will gang-tackle the Group 2 Australia Stakes (1200m) at The Valley on Friday night with four well-credentialed starters, but the trainer believes Whispering Brook’s fitness edge will give her an advantage. ... more
  • 11 hours Raceday focus: Best bets at Pakenham Adelaidenow |Sport
    Trainer Peter Gelagotis and jockey Jye McNeil will be looking for an early double with Creative Harmony and Blandford Lad at Pakenham. ... more
  • 11 hours Racism storm erupts at Aus Open Adelaidenow |Sport
    Australian Open semi-finalist Naomi Osaka should be focusing on her charge to the No. 1 ranking – instead her Melbourne campaign has been dragged into controversy by a “whitewashed” cartoon advertisement. ... more
  • 11 hours The punt: Rafa all the rage to end Greek’s streak Adelaidenow |Sport
    GREEK sensation Stefanos Tsitsipas is the rank $5 outsider in his semi-final showdown with world no.2 Rafael Nadal ($1.18) tonight on Rod Laver Arena. ... more
  • 11 hours Live: Snubbed star’s emphatic response Adelaidenow |Sport
    Live: Sixers vs Hurricanes ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Never seen that’: Serena’s secret tears Adelaidenow |Sport
    Serena Williams quarterfinal fade out against Karolina Pliskova has delivered the headline moment of the tournament so far after three sets of high drama that stunned the tennis world. ... more
  • 13 hours Mid-Session 22 Jan 19 Market snaps five session rally Adelaidenow |Biz
    Aussie shares are modestly weaker with the ASX 200 down 5 points to 5854 points as investors remain cautious on global growth and US-China trade relations. Materials and energy stocks are the main weight. ... more
  • 13 hours ‘They’ve all got blood on their hands’ Adelaidenow |Biz
    The tussle over the picturesque seat of Gilmore has exposed the ugly business of politics in Australia. ... more
  • 13 hours Market Close 23 Jan 19: Aussie market closes lower for a second day Adelaidenow |Biz
    Local shares have eased for a second straight day as investors remain cautious on global growth and US-China trade relations. The ASX 200 fell 15 points with major banks and miners underperforming. ... more
  • 13 hours Search for mystery $1m lotto winner Adelaidenow |Biz
    If you bought a lotto ticket in Sydney last month you could be a millionaire and not even know. ... more
  • 13 hours Knight reveals reality of Today Adelaidenow |Ent
    Deborah Knight might have landed one of television’s most sought-after gigs as co-host of Today, but that doesn’t mean it’s always glamorous. ... more
  • 13 hours ‘Hollywood A-lister’ heading to the jungle Adelaidenow |Ent
    A “Hollywood A-lister” is heading to the jungle for I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! — at least according to Network 10. ... more
  • 13 hours Most surprising winner of Oscar nods Adelaidenow |Ent
    The Oscar nominations always throw up a few surprises and shock snubs and this year is no different. ... more
  • 13 hours Ajay explains nine-year sex drought Adelaidenow |Ent
    Despite providing some of the season’s most memorable moments so far, Ajay Rochester was the surprise first elimination on I’m A Celeb last night, saying goodbye to her campmates after just 10 days in the jungle. ... more
  • 13 hours Shock Sopranos casting choice Adelaidenow |Ent
    It’s a clever piece of casting that will have fans of the cult series The Sopranos on the edge of their seat. ... more
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