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  • 1 hour ‘Stench of death’ after killer cyclone DailyTelegraph |World
    Morganda Albino took her five children and fled rising waters when they inundated her home. ... more
  • 1 hour CCTV video after Christchurch mosque attack DailyTelegraph |World
    CCTV footage appears to suggest the alleged Christchurch gunman also shot at pedestrians. Courtesy: CNN ... more
  • 1 hour Christchurch Gunman: Jacinda Ardern want’s answers from Facebook DailyTelegraph |World
    In the days following the Christchurch shooting, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has renewed calls for action against the spread of hate on social media outlets Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. ... more
  • 1 hour Theresa May in Brussels calling for Brexit delay DailyTelegraph |World
    British Prime Minister Theresa May has admitted she will miss her own Brexit deadline, writing to the European Union for an extension of three months. Theresa May has blamed the delay on MPs playing ' political games', and says she was determined to get on with delivering Britain's exit from the European Union. Ms May told the House of Commons that she is unwilling to extend departure any longer than June 30. ... more
  • 1 hour Presenters make history with first deep sea TV bulletin DailyTelegraph |World
    Presenters have descended hundreds of feet below the Indian Ocean to broadcast the world's first live TV news bulletin from under the sea. The launch of Deep Ocean Live saw presenter Anna Botting and Nekton mission pilot Randy Holt explore underwater life in a mini-submarine fitted with cameras to draw attention to the plight of the world's oceans. ... more
  • 1 hour Why the future of blockchain may be a ‘permissioned’ governance model DailyTelegraph |World
    A deep dive into so-called permissioned blockchains explains why enterprises are investing in them to drive revenue and trust. ... more
  • 1 hour The new form 1040 could vastly simplify your life — or not DailyTelegraph |World
    The good news: The new 1040 form is the size of a postcard, and if your tax situation is super simple, that's all you'll need to fill out. The bad news: It's probably not that simple, and that means the new Form 1040 is just different, not simpler. ... more
  • 1 hour NZ school slammed for hijab ban DailyTelegraph |World
    One of Auckland’s most exclusive private schools is copping criticism for a ban on the hijab, which it says violates the school dress code. ... more
  • 1 hour TV legend’s diva demands revealed DailyTelegraph |Ent
    WARNING: Graphic content ... more
  • 1 hour PM and Waleed’s fiery exchange DailyTelegraph |Ent
    “Does the Liberal Party have a problem with Islamophobia?” ... more
  • 1 hour Viewers slam ScoMo’s body language DailyTelegraph |Ent
    There is one thing viewers of The Project noted more than anything else during the Prime Minister’s testy exchange with Waleed Aly — Scott Morrison’s body language. ... more
  • 1 hour Five Ways the Beer Industry Is Trying to Bounce Back DailyTelegraph |Biz
    Americans are losing their taste for beer, with consumption sinking about 8.5% between 2010 and 2017. WSJ's Spencer Macnaughton takes a look at how U.S. beer makers are fighting back for a share of the market. Photo: Bud Light ... more
  • 1 hour Market Close 21 Mar 19: ASX 200 recovers from early weakness after employment growth misses expectations DailyTelegraph |Biz
    The ASX 200 recovered from early losses when the ASX 200 was down as much as 30 points after investors baulked in response to weaker employment growth in the last month. February employment numbers were weaker than expected, although the unemployment rate fell due to fewer people looking for work. A recovery in banks led the turnaround for the market, while Mining and energy stocks were the most improved against the weaker trend. ... more
  • 1 hour Former Fan Favorite Isaiah Thomas Says ‘I’ll Be Back’ to Boston Celtic Fans DailyTelegraph
    Denver Nuggets point guard Isaiah Thomas returned to Boston on March 18 to take on his former team, the Celtics, and may have hinted at a possible return to the city. Donny Porcaro shared a video of Thomas interacting with fans and posing for photos. “No fourth quarter here has been the same without you,” a fan is heard saying to Thomas, who replies “I’ll be back.” Thomas was traded from the team in 2017 and this marked his first appearance on court at TD Garden since then. The team shared a tribute video during a break in the game, ... more
  • 1 hour National Puppy Day! DailyTelegraph
    Guide Dogs Australia pups pounce for National Puppy Day ... more
  • 1 hour Weather explained: Why does the length of day change through the year? DailyTelegraph
    Sky News Weather Chief Meteorologist Tom Saunders has the details. ... more
  • 1 hour Queensland Police Hunt Wizard Who May Have Witnessed Grass Fire DailyTelegraph
    Police in Heritage Park, Queensland, are seeking “muggle” assistance to help track down a wizard who may have witnessed a grass fire on Kimridge Drive on Tuesday, March 5. According to police, the wizard was seen in a cape cycling the streets of Heritage Park around the same time a grass fire broke out on March 5. Queensland Police released CCTV images of the wizard hurtling around a Heritage Park residential area in the hope that somebody might recognize the “young wizard.” “Inquiries with local muggles have been unsuccessful to solve this riddle, however, police have ruled out any involvement ... more
  • 1 hour Danish MP Told Her Baby Not Welcome in Parliament DailyTelegraph
    Due to an exceptional childcare situation, Mette Abildgaard, a Danish MP, had to bring her infant into the parliamentary chamber on March 19, only to be told by the house speaker, Pia Kjaersgaard, that her baby was “not welcome”. Writing about the incident on Facebook, Abildgaard said that her partner, Jens Jacob Juulsager, had been unavailable to look after little Esther Marie. She said that since the baby was in a quiet mood, she decided to bring her into the chamber for a vote, after asking her secretary to come and take the baby if she became upset. In video ... more
  • 1 hour Extreme weather outlook DailyTelegraph
    A state of emergency has been declared for the Northern Territory, while a severe tropical cyclone is barreling towards Western Australia's Pilbara coast. On the brighter side, these two systems will contribute to drought relief in parts of Queensland and New South Wales. Sky News Weather Meteorologist Rob Sharpe has the details. ... more
  • 1 hour Calls for more MPs in parliament DailyTelegraph
    The Herald Sun’s James Campbell is calling for more MPs in federal parliament, with current figures standing at 151 MPs in the lower house and 76 Senators in the upper house. Mr Campbell has told Sky News the pool of people from which a prime minister can pick a cabinet has reached a point where it’s too small, once the inexperienced are ruled out. Former speaker Bronwyn Bishop says ministry was never as big as it is now, arguing that reverting to a smaller team should be considered for ministers to work more cohesively. ... more
  • 1 hour National weather forecast DailyTelegraph
    National weather forecast ... more
  • 1 hour Fatal Blasts Hit Kabul During Persian New Year Festival DailyTelegraph
    Two fatal blasts rocked Kabul city as people gathered to celebrate the Persian new year on March 21, Afghan news sources reported. Afghan state television said that two blasts in the Kart-e-Kakhe area had killed at least two people and injured more than a dozen. Tolo News, who provided this footage, said that six people had been killed. Credit: Tolo News via Storyful ... more
  • 3 hours Queensland Palm Tree Is No Match for Cyclone Trevor DailyTelegraph
    A palm tree was put to the test when Cyclone Trevor ripped through Lockhart River, Queensland, on March 20, as seen in this video by a local. In the video, wind and rain batter the palm tree, before the cyclone proves too strong and sends the tree toppling, much to the dismay of onlookers who can be heard shrieking in the background. Cyclone Trevor left a trail of damage in far north Queensland communities before it began its journey across the Gulf of Carpentaria towards the Northern Territory, where it was expected to hit as a Category 4 cyclone on ... more
  • 3 hours Social media giants join with Qld govt to curb bullying DailyTelegraph
    Social media giants have joined the Queensland government in a bid to stamp out online bullying. Google is just one platform agreeing to curb online abuse as the Palaszczuk government's anti-cyberbullying taskforce rolls out in the wake of a spate of bullying-related deaths. ... more
  • 3 hours Motorcyclist injured in Labrador crash DailyTelegraph
    A MOTORCYCLIST has been taken to hospital following a crash in Labrador this evening. ... more
  • 3 hours Fast News: Today’s top stories DailyTelegraph
    A Hobart woman has been granted the right to launch an appeal against her murder conviction, New Zealand bans military-style semi-automatic rifles in the wake of Christchurch terror attack, and the Northern Territory declares a state of emergency. ... more
  • 3 hours Retired Uniting Church Reverend accused of historical sex offences granted bail DailyTelegraph
    A former Uniting Church Reverend accused of historical sex offences has been granted bail on the Gold Coast. Maurice Wildish, 73, was charged with five counts of indecent treatment of a child under 16, alleged to have occurred between 1995 and 1997. Gold Coast detectives began investigating Wildish in 2015, and he was arrested by Victoria Police on Sunday before being extradited to Queensland to face court on Thursday morning. Wildish was granted conditional bail and will be allowed to return home to Victoria before fronting court on 2 April. ... more
  • 3 hours Eggs pulled from stores amid salmonella scare DailyTelegraph
    Eggs potentially contaminated with salmonella bacteria are being taken off the shelves of stores in the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia. Victoria's Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton says five cases of illness have been linked to a salmonella strain found in eggs produced by Bridgewater Poultry. The eggs are sold at Coles, Woolworths and various independent stores. ... more
  • 3 hours Massive pile of cannabis burnt on local property DailyTelegraph
    Massive pile of cannabis burnt on local property ... more
  • 3 hours Scott Morrison and Waleed Aly face off on The Project DailyTelegraph
    Scott Morrison and Waleed Aly go head-to-head tonight on The Project after a feud over the PM's reported remarks on Muslims ... more
  • 3 hours Tropical Cyclone Trevor set to smash NT as category four DailyTelegraph
    The Northern Territory has declared a state of emergency and begun an unprecedented evacuation as residents near the Gulf of Carpentaria prepare for Tropical Cyclone Trevor to roll through the region in a south-westerly direction. An emergency services spokesperson says the storm is forecast to grow into a category four system late Thursday or early Friday ahead of coastal impact on Saturday. Trevor is expected to drop much-needed rain to arid parts of the Territory as it moves inland next week. Image: NASA Worldview ... more
  • 3 hours U.N’s WFP ramps up food distribution for victims of deadly Mozambique cyclone DailyTelegraph
    At least 200 people have died in Mozambique and 98 in Zimbabwe, but the death toll is likely to rise as rescuers are still finding bodies. Rough cut (no reporter narration) ... more
  • 5 hours Play our election game: Who gets your vote? DailyTelegraph |NSW
    Almost a million people have already cast their vote ahead of this Saturday’s state election. ... more
  • 5 hours Sydney, get used to the wet weather — it’s here to stay DailyTelegraph |NSW
    Sydney woke up to a wet weather this morning and the showers are here to stay forecasters have warned. ... more
  • 5 hours The $6.8 million holiday home DailyTelegraph |Local
    The Sydney residential property market has slipped back more than 13 per cent since its peak in mid 2017, there is talk of a widespread downturn and there are two elections looming. But some real estate sells well whatever the market. ... more
  • 5 hours ‘Peninsula’ is set to impress DailyTelegraph |Local
    Before heading inside to 3/29 Moorefield Ave, Hunters Hill, it is advisable to cross the road in order to absorb the grand scale of this brand new four-apartment development. ... more
  • 5 hours NSW Premier visits Blacktown Hospital DailyTelegraph |Local
    NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Health Minister Brad Hazzard visited Blacktown Hospital on Thursday, just two days out from the Saturday’s State Election. ... more
  • 5 hours 2019 Local Sports Stars launched DailyTelegraph |Local
    It’s that time of year again to celebrate the up and coming Australian sporting talent in our communities. ... more
  • 5 hours Premier checks progress in Penrith DailyTelegraph |Local
    Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Education Minister Rob Stokes visited Penrith Public School today to see work underway on the school’s $10 million upgrade. ... more
  • 5 hours $3.045m for house with ‘curve’ appeal DailyTelegraph |Local
    An opulent Bella Vista home with a unique circular floorplan, fetched $3.045m after just one open inspection. ... more
  • 5 hours Top price for tightly-held home DailyTelegraph |Local
    A south west Sydney home offered for the first time in almost 60 years has been sold for $1.056 million. ... more
  • 5 hours Cops fulfil 104yo’s wish by arresting her DailyTelegraph |Ls
    At the ripe old age of 104, Anne Brokenbrow had just one more wish — to be arrested by the police. ... more
  • 5 hours Hoppers Crossing girl shaves her head for charity DailyTelegraph |Ls
    Myaah Raponi raised more than $2400 for the Leukaemia Foundation by shaving her head. ... more
  • 5 hours The one thing even Chris can’t do DailyTelegraph |Ls
    We’re used to seeing Chris Hemsworth achieve the unthinkable. ... more
  • 5 hours Millionaire offers ‘job of a lifetime’ DailyTelegraph |Ls
    Self-made millionaire Matthew Lepre is looking for a personal assistant to travel the world with him as his e-commerce and coaching businesses continue to expand globally. ... more
  • 5 hours Unvaccinated student contracts measles DailyTelegraph |Ls
    Two people have contracted the deadly measles virus in Sydney, one of whom was an unvaccinated girl. ... more
  • 5 hours Jacinda’s unexpected past emerges DailyTelegraph |Ls
    She’s arguably the most highly regarded politician in the world right now. ... more
  • 5 hours School shames student for charity act DailyTelegraph |Ls
    A Queensland private school has come under fire for allegedly telling a student to “wear a hat at all times” after she shaved her head for charity. ... more
  • 5 hours Dad’s horror at photo of slain jogger DailyTelegraph |Ls
    Before her murder, her smile was “perfect”, the father of tragic jogger Karina Vetrano told jurors in poignant testimony at her accused killer’s retrial on Wednesday. ... more
  • 5 hours Pell caught up in flu outbreak DailyTelegraph |Ls
    Nineteen cases of flu have been confirmed across three Victorian prisons as a deadly influenza outbreak sweeps the state. ... more
  • 5 hours Infant critical after being struck at servo DailyTelegraph
    A YOUNG child is believed to be fighting for life after being struck by a vehicle north of Brisbane. ... more
  • 5 hours Clean Up Underway After Cyclone Trevor Batters Queensland Town DailyTelegraph
    Emergency service crews and residents in the Far North Queensland community of Lockhart River continued their clean up work on March 20 after Cyclone Trevor ripped through the area a day earlier, knocking out power and destroying structures. This video, filmed by local man Enoch Perazim and uploaded to Facebook on March 20, shows damage done to a local Indigenous arts centre. The clip shows trees toppled over onto a car and a building, as well as rubble strewn across the ground. The clean up progress was hampered by rain, Perazim told Storyful. “We are progressing well with [the] clean ... more
  • 5 hours A NSW Labor govt would ‘defy all good sense’ DailyTelegraph
    Sky News host Peta Credlin says it would ‘defy all good sense’ if the March 23 election saw the current Berejiklian government in New South Wales replaced by the Labor opposition, a party with ‘slick slogans but almost no policy’. Ms Credlin called Labor leader Michael Daley’s performance on the Sky News/Daily Telegraph People’s Forum debate on Wednesday ‘an embarrassing demonstration that he’s not up to the job of being premier’. The political commentator believes current Premier Gladys Berejiklian has ‘competently managed’ the state, is ‘nice to a fault and incredibly hard working’. ... more
  • 5 hours Clown Doctors bring cheer to sick kids DailyTelegraph
    DIG deep into your pockets today to help the Clown Doctors on their annual fundraising appeal to help sick Tasmanian kids. ... more
  • 5 hours Pubs’ drastic move to shame Gladys DailyTelegraph
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  • 5 hours Shock statistic that shames Australia DailyTelegraph
    Did you know that Australia’s indigenous people on average die 10 to 17 years earlier than other Australians? ... more
  • 5 hours Daley is ‘Captain Cancellation’, canning projects and jobs: Perrottet DailyTelegraph
    New South Wales Treasurer Dominic Perrottet says NSW Labor Leader Michael Daley is ‘Captain Cancellation’, with a campaign focussed on extra taxes, shrinking the economy and cancelling projects. Mr Perrottet says the government’s decisions to turn the state’s finance s around have all been opposed by Labor. Mr Perrottet says Wednesday night’s Sky News/Daily Telegraph People’s Forum debate showed the differences between the two parties, ‘a clash between spin and substance’. Image: News Corp Australia ... more
  • 5 hours New Zealand bans semi-automatics after Christchurch shooting DailyTelegraph
    Jacinda Ardern has announced major changes to New Zealand's gun laws following the Christchurch attack, with all military-style semi-automatic weapons to be banned. The reforms include a buyback scheme that officials currently estimate could cost up to $200 million. There will also be a ban on assault rifles, high capacity magazines, and certain modification parts. Speaking on Thursday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said 'in short, every semi-automatic weapon used in the terrorist attack on Friday will be banned in this country'. ... more
  • 5 hours Extreme winds, heavy rainfall continue after cyclone DailyTelegraph
    POLICE are urging Far North Queenslanders to exercise extreme caution as Tropical Cyclone Trevor continues on its destructive path. It comes as mass evacuations are taking place across large areas of the Northern Territory as authorities prepare for the arrival of the cyclone. ... more
  • 5 hours Daintree Ferry closed until further notice DailyTelegraph
    The Daintree Ferry has been closed until further notice due to flooding in the river over eight metres high. ... more
  • 7 hours New Zealand bans military style semi-automatics and assault rifles DailyTelegraph |World
    March 21, 2019. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks to media at a press confernce in Wellington about changes to the country's gun laws. Ms Ardern says all military style semi-automatic weapons will be banned in New Zealand. "We will also ban all assault rifles, high capacity magazines, and certain modification parts," she says. "We are confident as a government that the vast majority of New Zealanders will support this change." (AAP VIDEO/Daniel Hicks) ... more
  • 7 hours Auschwitz museum slams tourists DailyTelegraph |World
    Auschwitz Memorial, which preserves the site of the former Nazi death camp, has called on visitors to stop posing for pictures on its railway tracks. ... more
  • 7 hours New Zealand bans semi-automatics after Christchurch shooting DailyTelegraph |World
    New Zealand has banned military-style semi-automatic rifles, with the government announcing a buyback after a shooting at two mosques killed 50 people. There will also be a ban on assault rifles, high capacity magazines, and certain modification parts. Speaking on Thursday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said 'in short, every semi-automatic weapon used in the terrorist attack on Friday will be banned in this country'. ... more
  • 7 hours New Zealand gun laws: NZ PM Jacinda Ardern announces ban on all assault rifles DailyTelegraph |World
    Following the mosque shooting in Christchurch, Jacinda Ardern announced a ban on military-style semi-automatic weapons. ... more
  • 7 hours Cops fulfil 104yo’s wish by arresting her DailyTelegraph |World
    At the ripe old age of 104, Anne Brokenbrow had just one more wish — to be arrested by the police. ... more
  • 7 hours Turkish President Erdogan makes vile comments following the Christchurch terror attack DailyTelegraph |World
    Scott Morrison has condemned comments made by Turkish President Erdogan that accuse Australia of being anti-Islamic. ... more
  • 7 hours New Zealand to Impose Broad Ban on Guns After Massacre DailyTelegraph |World
    In response to the massacre of 50 worshipers at two Christchurch mosques by a single shooter, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Thursday that New Zealand will ban military-style semiautomatic weapons, assault rifles and high-capacity magazines. Photo: Getty Images ... more
  • 7 hours New Zealand PM announces buyback scheme for banned military style semi-automatics, assault rifles DailyTelegraph |World
    March 21, 2019. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says a buyback scheme will soon be established for the military style semi-automatics and assault rifles about to be banned in New Zealand. "In the next 48 hours a form will be available online at where we are asking gun owners to identify what banned guns they hold," she says. "The Police will then arrange for these weapons to be handed over and eventually destroyed." (AAP VIDEO/Daniel Hicks) ... more
  • 7 hours New Zealand bans semi-automatics after Christchurch shooting DailyTelegraph |World
    New Zealand has banned military-style semi-automatic rifles, with the government announcing a buyback after a shooting at two mosques killed 50 people. There will also be a ban on assault rifles, high capacity magazines, and certain modification parts. Speaking on Thursday, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said 'in short, every semi-automatic weapon used in the terrorist attack on Friday will be banned in this country'. ... more
  • 7 hours Scrapped Forrest Gump sequel revealed DailyTelegraph |Ent
    One of the most iconic movies of the 1990s very nearly got a sequel. ... more
  • 7 hours Giant cost of Meghan’s maternity wardrobe DailyTelegraph |Ent
    That’s one pricey pregnancy. ... more
  • 7 hours That Bill & Ted sequel is finally happening DailyTelegraph |Ent
    Bill and Ted’s guitar strumming was good enough to create a utopia and play on Mars, but it’s not enough for the Hollywood Bowl. ... more
  • 7 hours Waleed and PM to face off on The Project DailyTelegraph |Ent
    Scott Morrison and Waleed Aly will go head-to-head tonight on The Project after a feud over the TV star repeating claims about Prime Minister’s reported remarks on Muslims. ... more
  • 7 hours Queen sends message to Meghan DailyTelegraph |Ent
    Who thinks a morning out with their grandmother-in-law sounds like fun? Most 92-year-olds need sit downs and cups of tea and regular reminders the Korean War is over. However, if your name is Kate Middleton, the answer is a resounding YES. ... more
  • 7 hours Lego Movie 2 the review DailyTelegraph |Ent
    It has a hidden message you wouldn't expect ... more
  • 7 hours Hamish Blake explains his bonkers new TV show DailyTelegraph |Ent
    Hamish Blake is happy to admit that he was a tad … apprehensive when he was asked to host a new show about people building LEGO. ... more
  • 7 hours Unemployment hits eight-year low DailyTelegraph |Biz
    Australia’s unemployment rate fell 0.1 percentage points in February to an eight-year low of 4.9 per cent, but the number of people in full-time work also dropped for the third time in four months. ... more
  • 7 hours US Close 21 Mar 19: Shares slip in volatile trade DailyTelegraph |Biz
    The US sharemarket was volatile overnight, falling on US-China trade war confusion while the Fed’s decision to keep rates on hold while changing its projections on rate hikes this year helped equities bounce off intraday lows. ... more
  • 7 hours Boy’s scary find inside chocolate bar DailyTelegraph |Biz
    Cadbury is investigating a report of nails in two of its chocolate bars after a NSW mother posted a picture to social media showing the nasty surprise buried inside the sweet treat. ... more
  • 7 hours Bad news hidden in good job figures DailyTelegraph |Biz
    Australia’s economy has been sombre and morose in recent times. It feels like everything keeps going wrong. But then the unemployment data comes in and it tells us that feeling is wrong. This month’s unemployment rate is an amazing low figure — in the promised lands below 5 per cent. ... more
  • 7 hours Final countdown to NSW state election DailyTelegraph
    Almost 850,000 NSW residents have already made their decision in the state election after voting early, but Sky News host David Speers notes this is only about 16 per cent of eligible voters in the state. The figure means around 84 per cent of the electorate is voting after Michael Daley's campaign took a turn for the worse, following his remarks about Asian migrants and a muddled performance on Wednesday night's leaders' debate. Mr Daley defended his presentation at the debate, saying on Thursday he believes voters in NSW are more interested in his big ideas for the state rather ... more
  • 7 hours Fast News: Today’s top stories DailyTelegraph
    New Zealand bans military-style semi-automatic rifles in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack, Premier Gladys Berejiklian and NSW Labor leader Michael Daley ramp up their political campaigns, and Australia's unemployment rate drops to 4.9 per cent. ... more
  • 7 hours Client tells commissioner her difficulties with My Aged Care DailyTelegraph
    Supplied video obtained March 21, 2019 of Ms Rita Kersnovske speaking via video link from Gympie in Queensland to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. Commissioner Mr Richard Tracey AM RFD QC asks Ms Kersnovske about her experience dealing with My Aged Care. "Has anyone explained to you in writing or otherwise why you have not been assessed?" Ms Kernsnovske says "No". She also explained that she was refused a ACAT reassessment because her doctor hadn't provided enough information and her doctor wasn't contacted by My Aged Care for the additional information. (AAP Video/Supplied/Royal Commission) NO ARCHIVING, ... more
  • 7 hours Health Dept admits it fails to give adequate support to care providers and aged people DailyTelegraph
    Supplied video obtained March 21, 2019 of Dr Lisa Studdert, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health giving evidence to the Royal Commission in Aged Care Quality and Safety in Adelaide. Commissioner Mr Richard Tracey AM RFD QC asks Dr Studdert to explain the lack of adequate care to clients and the lack of support to care providers. "We're talking about assessment of care provided by an individual provider, and they're not giving them care to these adequate an level through no fault of theirs," Commissioner Tracey asks. "I would have to accept that premise, yes," Dr Studdert responds. ... more
  • 7 hours RAW: CCTV of attempted armed robbery in Brisbane DailyTelegraph
    Supplied CCTV footage obtained March 21, 2019 of the attempted robbery of a convenience store at Chermside in Brisbane. (AAP Video/Supplied/Queensland Police) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY ... more
  • 7 hours RAW: Daley inspects light rail works in Sydney DailyTelegraph
    March 21, 2019. NSW Opposition Leader Michael Daley inspects the light rail construction sight at Devonshire Street in Surry Hills in Sydney. (AAP Video/Luke Costin) ... more
  • 7 hours Cyclone Trevor: State of emergency declared, locals evacuated DailyTelegraph
    A state of emergency has been declared in the Gulf region as Cyclone Trevor heads for the NT. ... more
  • 7 hours Interstate Highway Becomes ‘Island’ Strip Amid Iowa Floods DailyTelegraph
    Interstate 29 in Iowa was surrounded by water on Wednesday, March 20, as severe flooding continued to affect parts of Nebraska and Iowa. This video shows Iowa State Patrol officers driving down the strip of highway, which is littered by debris. The Missouri River overflowed in March due to heavy rain and snowmelt, causing flooding in Nebraska, Iowa, and Kansas. Three deaths were reported and hundreds of homes destroyed. Credit: Iowa State Patrol via Storyful ... more
  • 7 hours My Aged Care not easy to contact whether by phone or online DailyTelegraph
    Supplied video obtained March 21, 2019 of Ms Rita Kersnovske speaking via video link from Gympie in Queensland to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. Ms Kersnovske gave evidence about her experience dealing with My Aged Care online. "It would have to be improved a allow older people to access it," Ms Kersnovske says. She also says when phoning My Aged Care clients are placed on hold for up to an hour. (AAP Video/Supplied/Royal Commission) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY ... more
  • 7 hours Sunken City of Bellevue, Nebraska, Captured From the Air DailyTelegraph
    Drone footage published by local police on Wednesday, March 20, showed the extent of flooding in Bellevue, Nebraska. A bomb cyclone a week earlier contributed to historic flooding across parts of Nebraska and surrounding states. Governor Pete Ricketts called the event “the most widespread destruction we have ever seen in our state’s history.” Credit: Bellevue Police Department via Storyful ... more
  • 9 hours Hunt for ‘wizard’ after grass fire. VIDEO: QPS DailyTelegraph
    Police are seeking public assistance to track down a possible witness to a grass fire in Logan in March. The young person was dressed as a wizard. VIDEO: Queensland Police Service ... more
  • 9 hours Australian PM happy with ‘moderation’ of Turkey’s Christchurch comments DailyTelegraph
    Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison welcomes the moderation of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's comments made following the New Zealand shootings. ... more
  • 9 hours Long Beach Lashed by Hailstorm on First Day of Spring DailyTelegraph
    Long Beach, California, was lashed with a hailstorm on Wednesday, March 20, to ring in the first day of spring. Local media reported the storm resulted in road closures and flooding. Credit: Jackson Dunyon via Storyful ... more
  • 9 hours Bureau of Meteorology weather update DailyTelegraph
    Cyclone Trevor: Bureau of Meteorology weather update ... more
  • 9 hours Berejiklian defends her leaders debate performance DailyTelegraph
    March 21, 2019. NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian speaks to media in Sydney about Wednesday night’s leaders debate where both she and opposition leader Michael Daley misspoke on some issues. Berejiklian defends her comments and says she “took the conservative approach”. (AAP Video/Dominica Sanda) ... more
  • 9 hours Shorten welcomes conciliation over Erdogan’s remarks DailyTelegraph
    March 21, 2019. Federal opposition leader Bill Shorten speaks to media in Perth about comments by Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who threatened to send Australians with anti-Muslim views home in coffins, like their grandfathers. Shorten says the comments were offensive, but was pleased the Turkish government has adopted more "temperate, conciliatory" language. (AAP Video/Angie Raphael) ... more
  • 9 hours Snacking carrots the new in thing DailyTelegraph
    WHAT is small, sweet, specifically — bred for the growing market and flying off the shelves in independent grocers around the nation? ... more
  • 9 hours RAW: Father of Patricia Riggs speaks in Brisbane after her husband jailed for her manslaughter DailyTelegraph
    March 21, 2019. Jon Knowles, the father of slain Queensland woman Patricia Riggs, speaks outside Brisbane Supreme Court after her husband Edmund Ian Riggs was sentenced for her 2001 manslaughter. Riggs was given a 15-year jail sentence on Thursday after killing his wife by pushing her during an argument then twice burying her body to cover up his crime. Knowles says “he’ll get out and eventually be walking daughter can’t”. (AAP Video/Warren Barnsley) ... more
  • 9 hours ‘Snow Day’ in Long Beach After Hailstorm Hits DailyTelegraph
    Long Beach residents were treated to a “snow day” on March 20, when a storm hit the area, leaving a blanket of hailstones in its wake. Local media reported the storm resulted in road closures and flooding. This footage shows hail littering a residential street. The uploader tweeted “Long Beach had a snow day,” and joked he would have a snowball fight. Credit: @Richl562 via Storyful ... more
  • 9 hours RAW: Berejiklian visits Blacktown Hospital DailyTelegraph
    March 21, 2019. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian visits Blacktown Hospital in Sydney. (AAP Video/Dominica Sanda) ... more
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