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  • 5 hours Debt Ceiling Deadline: What Hurdles Still Remain Heraldsun |World
    With Congress starting to leave for August recess on July 26 and not returning until September, the race is on to approve a spending deal and raise the debt ceiling. WSJ’s Kate Davidson looks at the hurdles that remain. Photo: Bloomberg ... more
  • 5 hours Man spots amputated leg on cigarettes Heraldsun |World
    A 60-year-old who had his leg amputated after he was attacked was shocked when he saw an image of his leg on a cigarette packet, he claims. ... more
  • 5 hours Harry and Meghan expand royal empire Heraldsun |World
    Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex have been granted a prime suite of offices in Buckingham Palace — sparking grumbles from royal staff. ... more
  • 5 hours Trump shifts blame for ‘racism’ backlash Heraldsun |World
    US President Donald Trump has slammed what he called “crazed” media coverage of taunts targeting a Somali-born Democratic politician during one of his rallies, alleging political bias against him. ... more
  • 5 hours Three men sentenced to death over ‘ISIS-inspired murder’ Heraldsun |World
    A Moroccan court has sentenced three men to death after they were found guilty of terrorism and the murder of two Scandinavian women in the Atlas Mountains. The victims were stabbed by a group of men in an ISIS-inspired murder in December, which the men recorded and later posted online. Prosecutors described the defendants as 'human beasts' in their closing arguments. Image: AP ... more
  • 5 hours DNA website clears man of murder Heraldsun |World
    An American man has been cleared of a murder for which he served 20 years in jail based on DNA evidence and a genetic family tree, the first such result using a revolutionary investigative technique. ... more
  • 5 hours U.S. Congress threatened to cut moon mission budget Heraldsun |World
    As U.S. President John F. Kennedy faced off against the Soviet Union in the nuclear arms race, he also went head-to-head with Congress, which was threatening to cut funds for the lunar mission. In September 1963, Congress threatened to cut NASA's budget for the moon mission, throwing the program into doubt. After President Kennedy's assassination in November 1963, his successor Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in and saved the lunar voyage from an uncertain future. President Johson was determined to fulfil Mr Kennedy's promise of a moon landing before New Year 1970, which the U.S. managed to achieve with just ... more
  • 5 hours Epic AFL comeback ‘stuff of legend’ Heraldsun |AFL
    Essendon have roared back from being down 19 points at halftime to record a 15.6 (96) to 10.15 (75) win over the Adelaide Crows. ... more
  • 5 hours Trump shifts blame for ‘racism’ backlash Heraldsun |Biz
    US President Donald Trump has slammed what he called “crazed” media coverage of taunts targeting a Somali-born Democratic politician during one of his rallies, alleging political bias against him. ... more
  • 5 hours Indian gets 10 years over death of UK teen Heraldsun |News
    An Indian court has sentenced a man to 10 years in prison for the drugging and killing of a 15-year-old British girl whose body was found on a Goa beach in 2008. ... more
  • 5 hours Gibraltar extends Iranian tanker detention Heraldsun |News
    Gibraltar has been granted the power to detain Iran's Grace 1 oil tanker for another month, keeping the vessel at the centre of a big-power quarrel between Iran and the United States and its allies. ... more
  • 5 hours US rapper ASAP Rocky remanded in Sweden Heraldsun |News
    US rapper ASAP Rocky has been remanded in custody for another week by a Swedish court to allow police to finish investigating a fight on June 30 in Stockholm. ... more
  • 5 hours Explosion outside Afghan uni kills eight Heraldsun |News
    A powerful bomb has exploded outside the gates of Kabul University in the Afghan capital, killing at least eight people and wounding 33, according to police and health officials. ... more
  • 5 hours US warns Iran over drones near its ships Heraldsun |News
    The United States will destroy any Iranian drones that fly "too close" to its ships in the Strait of Hormuz and has evidence that it shot down a drone, a senior Trump administration official says. ... more
  • 5 hours Indon closing Komodo Island to save dragon Heraldsun |News
    Komodo Island, a popular tourist destination and home to the world?s largest lizards, will close in 2020 in a bid to protect its wildlife. ... more
  • 5 hours Earthquake shakes Greek capital Athens Heraldsun |News
    A magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook the Greek capital Athens, sending people running from buildings in panic, witnesses said. ... more
  • 5 hours Explosion at gas factory in central China Heraldsun |News
    Chinese state media is reporting an explosion at a gas factory in central China. ... more
  • 7 hours Privacy fears over road cameras Heraldsun |Tech
    Major privacy concerns have been raised about the mobile detection cameras that were recently installed along two busy Sydney roads. ... more
  • 7 hours The whisper of new electric motorbikes Heraldsun |Tech
    Will motorcyclists bite intro electric motorbikes that have no bark? ... more
  • 7 hours Aussie reporters recount covering moon landing Heraldsun |Tech
    The Apollo 11 moon landing was the news event of the century – one giant leap in human exploration that united mankind in a celebration of scientific endeavour and awe-inspiring bravery. ... more
  • 7 hours H-D’s new electric motorcycle Heraldsun |Tech
    Monique Lisa tests Harley's Livewire electric motorcycle for The Australian. ... more
  • 7 hours Origin star hits back at NRL rumours Heraldsun |Sport
    Tyson Frizell has shut down speculation he wants out of the St George Illawarra Dragons, despite the side’s ninth loss in their last 11 games. ... more
  • 7 hours Epic AFL comeback ‘stuff of legend’ Heraldsun |Sport
    Essendon have roared back from being down 19 points at halftime to record a 15.6 (96) to 10.15 (75) win over the Adelaide Crows. ... more
  • 7 hours Sharks hothead’s ‘next level brain fade’ Heraldsun |Sport
    The inconsistent New Zealand Warriors have hit back claim a thrilling 19-18 win over the Cronulla Sharks in Wellington. ... more
  • 7 hours Aussie roars up Open leaderboard Heraldsun |Sport
    Australia’s Cameron Smith has launched himself up the leaderboard at The Open Championship at Royal Portrush with a sensational second round five-under 66. ... more
  • 7 hours Legends erupt over NRL sin bin ‘disgrace’ Heraldsun |Sport
    The Penrith Panthers have claimed a seventh straight win to stay inside the top eight, thrashing the St George Illawarra Dragons 40-18. ... more
  • 7 hours Search for missing kids from Melbourne’s west Heraldsun
    Police are appealing for public assistance as they step up the search for three children missing from Melbourne’s west. ... more
  • 11 hours Gas explosion injures seven in Christchurch Heraldsun |World
    A gas explosion has destroyed a home and left seven people injured in Christchurch, New Zealand. The blast reportedly sent debris 100 metres into the air and caused damage to nearby properties. Dozens of residents have been evacuated from the area as authorities investigate the leak. Image: AP ... more
  • 11 hours FaceApp has taken the world by storm, should you be concerned? Heraldsun |World
    The hugely popular FaceApp has taken the world by storm, but the fine print has a lot of people concerned and now the FBI is involved. ... more
  • 11 hours Why Ratification of the New Nafta Is Stalled Heraldsun |World
    The Trump administration, which negotiated the new Nafta deal, also known as USMCA, has not yet submitted the initiative to Congress for formal ratification. Is time running out? WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains. Photo: SAUL LOEB / AFP ... more
  • 11 hours Couple feared murdered in Canada Heraldsun |World
    An Australian man and his American partner have died in suspicious circumstances in Canada, sparking fears the couple was murdered. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Cats’ trailer receives mixed reviews Heraldsun |World
    Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical ‘Cats’ has been adapted into a movie, with the trailer receiving mixed reviews ranging from ‘spectacular’ to ‘shocking and scary’. The stellar cast of actors and musicians include Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, Jason Derulo, James Corden and Ian McKellen. The director is well-known British-Australian television and film artist, Tom Hooper. ... more
  • 11 hours CommSec: Market Close 19 July 19- Best gains in 5 weeks Heraldsun |Biz
    The Australian sharemarket posted its best gains in five weeks on Friday, in what has been an underwhelming fortnight for equities after approaching record highs. ... more
  • 11 hours Lynn hopes next adventure points to T20 Cup triumph Heraldsun |Sport
    Chris Lynn is off to Canada, Ireland, Scotland and Amsterdam on an exotic journey he hopes will lead to Australian Twenty20 World Cup glory next year. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘Astounding’ call divides commentators Heraldsun |Sport
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  • 11 hours Bizarre twist reignites World Cup battle Heraldsun |Sport
    Ben Stokes broke New Zealand hearts with the stunning and controversial finish to the World Cup, handing England their first triumph. ... more
  • 11 hours Maher laps up O’Brien master class Heraldsun |Sport
    Ciaron Maher wasn’t sure what to expect when he spent a morning with Aidan O’Brien at his Ballydoyle training stables in Ireland during his recent holiday. ... more
  • 11 hours Shinn sings praises of Haut Brion Her Heraldsun |Sport
    Blake Shinn maintains Haut Brion Her can make a race of it with hype horse Sir Elton at Royal Randwick on Saturday. ... more
  • 11 hours Aussie swimmer’s rivalry boils over Heraldsun |Sport
    Australian swimming star Mack Horton and his Chinese rival, convicted doper Sun Yang have had to be separated from training near each other ahead of the world championships in Gwangju, South Korea. ... more
  • 11 hours Everything you need to know for Wallabies v Springboks Heraldsun |Sport
    The Rugby Championship gets underway on Sunday morning as the Wallabies take on the Springboks in Johannesburg. Check out all the details here. ... more
  • 11 hours Grandmother dead, child hurt in Tas crash Heraldsun |News
    A grandmother is dead and a child seriously hurt after a two-car highway crash in central Tasmania. ... more
  • 11 hours Catholics arrested in US migration protest Heraldsun |News
    Hundreds of Catholics have gathered in the United States capital to protest the federal government's treatment of migrants, and about 70 sisters, clergy and parishioners have been arrested. ... more
  • 11 hours Australian’s death in Canada ‘suspicious’ Heraldsun |News
    An Australian man's family is travelling to Canada "to be with our boy and to bring him home" after he and his girlfriend were found dead in suspicious circumstances. ... more
  • 11 hours South Africa deploys army to gang areas Heraldsun |News
    South African soldiers have pulled out of gang-ridden suburbs of Cape Town after a brief show of force, leaving residents uncertain about what to expect next. ... more
  • 11 hours Indigenous artist wins landscape art prize Heraldsun |News
    An indigenous artist from the Northern Territory who took up painting only a year ago has taken out what is believed to be the world's richest landscape prize. ... more
  • 11 hours Merkel criticises Trump on congresswomen Heraldsun |News
    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has criticised US President Donald Trump's comments about Democratic lawmakers of colour, saying they run counter to what she considers "the strength of America" and expressing solidarity with the women. ... more
  • 11 hours US, China trade officials talk Heraldsun |News
    US and Chinese officials have spoken by telephone as the world's two largest economies seek to end a year-long trade war, with US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin suggesting in-person talks could follow. ... more
  • 11 hours Dutch court upholds Bosnia massacre ruling Heraldsun |News
    The Dutch Supreme Court has upheld a lower court's ruling that the Netherlands is partially liable in the deaths of some 350 Muslim men who were murdered by Bosnian Serb forces during the 1995 Srebrenica massacre. ... more
  • 11 hours Ukraine pres backs Russia prisoner swap Heraldsun |News
    Ukraine's president has outlined an impending prisoner swap with Russia, saying that Kiev is willing to release a jailed Russian journalist in exchange for a Ukrainian film director. ... more
  • 11 hours Leadership data shows plenty of work to do Heraldsun |News
    Australians believe their hospitals, schools and police forces are doing more for the "greater good" than any other sector - especially politicians, new data shows. ... more
  • 13 hours New Salvos leaders pop in to Melbourne Heraldsun
    The Salvation Army’s new national leaders are based in Melbourne. ... more
  • 15 hours Duo busted for building fake supercars Heraldsun |Tech
    Some deals are too good to be true. And that was definitely the case for these cut-priced supercars. ... more
  • 15 hours Crocodile and snakes stolen from zoo Heraldsun |Tech
    A baby crocodile and two pythons have been stolen from a Canberra zoo following a break in at the facility in the early hours of this morning. ... more
  • 15 hours Footage of Iran’s speed boat attack Heraldsun |Tech
    Tensions between the US and Iran have hit new highs after President Donald Trump confirmed the US Navy shot down an Iranian drone. ... more
  • 15 hours Major ‘war’ on Australia’s east coast Heraldsun |Tech
    The largest military battle since World War II has broken out just a few hundred kilometres from the Queensland coast. ... more
  • 15 hours ‘Things need to change’: Fading Premier League giants staring into $78 million abyss Heraldsun |Sport
    The arrival of Unai Emery at Arsenal last season was meant to be a waft of fresh air that flowed through the corridors of Emirates Stadium, reeking with the stench of broken dreams. ... more
  • 15 hours Sydney FC strengthen midfield ranks Heraldsun |Sport
    Defending A-League champions Sydney FC have continued their impressive off- season recruiting drive by adding proven winner Luke Brattan to their 2019-20 roster. ... more
  • 15 hours ‘We can still claim him’: England WC hero up for Kiwi award Heraldsun |Sport
    Ben Stokes, who broke Black Caps hearts in the World Cup cricket final, has been nominated for New Zealander of the Year. ... more
  • 15 hours Sky Racing news update Heraldsun |Sport
    Sky Racing news update. ... more
  • 15 hours Rising star’s swipe at tennis legend Heraldsun |Sport
    Alexander Zverev hopes for an end of his legal dispute with former agent Patricio Apey in order to fully concentrate on his tennis again as he also questioned the work ethic of his coach Ivan Lendl. ... more
  • 15 hours ‘Get some facts’: Coach explodes Heraldsun |Sport
    Roosters coach Trent Robinson has fired up over speculation suggesting Angus Crichton is unhappy at the club. ... more
  • 15 hours How sprint star is ‘beating the boys’ Heraldsun |Sport
    There’s a rise in a new kind of athlete — those who are proving you can be a powerhouse on a plant-based diet, and pig out on your favourite foods during off season. ... more
  • 17 hours ‘MAGA’-model stripped of Miss World title Heraldsun |World
    A Donald Trump-supporting model and activist has been stripped of her beauty queen title over “racist” social media posts. ... more
  • 17 hours Massive explosion destroys home Heraldsun |World
    Several people have been hospitalised after a house exploded in New Zealand this morning, leaving the building completely destroyed. ... more
  • 17 hours US warship destroys Iranian drone in Hormuz Strait Heraldsun |World
    A US warship has destroyed an Iranian drone following a tense stand-off between Iranian helicopters and US naval warships in the Strait of Hormuz. President Trump says the fleet was behaving in self-defence when the drone repeatedly ignored calls to stand down. Iranian ships previously attempted to seize a British oil tanker travelling through the strait. ... more
  • 17 hours ‘Cats’ trailer receives mixed reviews Heraldsun |World
    Andrew Lloyd’s musical ‘Cats’ has been remodelled into a movie with the trailer receiving mixed reviews from ‘spectacular’ to ‘shocking and scary’. The stellar cast of actors and musicians include Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, Jason Derulo, James Corden and Ian McKellen. The director is well-known British-Australian television and film artist, Tom Hooper. ... more
  • 17 hours British MPs block pathway to ‘no-deal Brexit’ Heraldsun |World
    British MPs have voted in favour of an amendment that will block a new prime minister from suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit. The amendment will become a significant hurdle for the UK’s next Prime Minister effectively blocking a suspension between October 9 and December 18, unless a Northern Ireland executive is formed. Image: AP ... more
  • 17 hours Death toll for horror Japan fire climbs to 33 Heraldsun |World
    The death toll for the horror fire which broke out at an animation studio in the Japanese city of Kyoto has reached 33, with many more fighting for their lives in hospital. Japanese police have arrested a 41-year-old man suspected of starting the fire and have detained him at a nearby hospital while he undergoes treatment for his injuries. There are also 36 other victims being treated for burns and smoke inhalation with many still in a critical condition. Image: AP ... more
  • 17 hours Footage of Iran’s speed boat attack Heraldsun |World
    Tensions between the US and Iran have hit new highs after President Donald Trump confirmed the US Navy shot down an Iranian drone. ... more
  • 17 hours Iran Guards release footage allegedly showing ‘foreign tanker’ being detained Heraldsun |World
    Iran's state television broadcasts images released by the Iranian revolutionary Guards allegedly showing a "foreign tanker" being detained. ... more
  • 17 hours Kochie’s blunt warning for AFL coach Heraldsun |AFL
    Senior coaching roles in the AFL are opening up as the season draws to a close and several assistants around the league are lining up to stake their claim. ... more
  • 17 hours ‘MAGA’-model stripped of Miss World title Heraldsun |Biz
    A Donald Trump-supporting model and activist has been stripped of her beauty queen title over “racist” social media posts. ... more
  • 17 hours How much you need to be rich Heraldsun |Biz
    If you’ve ever wondered how the other side lives, new statistics have provided an insight into just how much money you need to be rich in Australia. ... more
  • 17 hours Waitress lashes MasterChef judge Heraldsun |Biz
    A former employee at George Calombaris’ Hellenic Republic restaurant claims she is still owed at least $2000 by the celebrity chef and that “there’s more to come” from the underpayment saga. ... more
  • 17 hours Owners locked out of $1m homes Heraldsun |Biz
    It was supposed to be their slice of the “sweet life” but the owners of new Sydney apartments have only tasted bitterness after being locked out of their homes for a year. ... more
  • 17 hours Airline‘s ‘offensive’ breastfeeding post Heraldsun |Biz
    The Indian arm of Royal Dutch Airlines has apologised for a morbid tweet about plane seat deaths — days after its parent company sparked an online backlash for a post about breastfeeding. ... more
  • 17 hours City bans the word ‘manhole’ Heraldsun |Biz
    A US city has voted to ban a list of common words like “manhole” in a move opponents say is political correctness gone mad. ... more
  • 17 hours $2.5m replacement for bank CEO Heraldsun |Biz
    NAB has announced its successor to guide the major lender out of the ashes of the banking royal commission. ... more
  • 17 hours SA man jailed for shaking baby Heraldsun |News
    A South Australian man who shook his baby so hard the boy was left with lifelong injuries including brain damage, severe spastic quadriplegia, epilepsy and blindness has been jailed for at least 18 months. ... more
  • 17 hours Japan’s worst mass killing in 18 years Heraldsun |News
    A man suspected of torching an animation studio in Japan shouted that he had been plagiarised and appeared to have planned the attack, media reports say after a blaze that killed 33 people in Japan's worst mass killing in 18 years. ... more
  • 17 hours NSW body modifier trial over implant death Heraldsun |News
    A NSW body modifier will stand trial accused of causing a woman's death by implanting a plastic snowflake under her right hand. ... more
  • 17 hours Diabetes raises heart risk more in women Heraldsun |News
    Diabetic women are at greater risk of heart failure than men with the same condition, new research suggests. ... more
  • 17 hours Six hurt when gas blast destroys NZ home Heraldsun |News
    Six people have been injured and dozens of homes evacuated in the New Zealand city of Christchurch after a huge gas explosion destroyed one home and damaged others. ... more
  • 17 hours NAB names Ross McEwan as chief executive Heraldsun |News
    NAB has tasked former Commonwealth Bank retail boss Ross McEwan with rebuilding the bank's battered reputation as its new chief executive and managing director. ... more
  • 17 hours Labor MP outsourced anti-Greens opinions Heraldsun |News
    A former federal Labor MP paid a consultant to write an opinion piece bagging the Greens, and then sent the bill to taxpayers. ... more
  • 19 hours NRL star breaks down at presser Heraldsun |Sport
    Cowboys, Maroons and Kangaroos champion Matt Scott will retire from rugby league at season’s end. ... more
  • 19 hours ’I love it here’: Arrow to snub rival clubs and stay at troubled Titans Heraldsun |Sport
    In-demand Gold Coast lock Jai Arrow is set to tell up to eight NRL clubs he’s flattered but taken as the Titans remain the object of his heart’s desire. ... more
  • 19 hours Aussie triumph as Tour hits the mountains Heraldsun |Sport
    Mitchelton-Scott has won for the second time in four days after Simon Yates saluted on Stage 12 of the Tour de France. ... more
  • 19 hours Unfit McGovern faces uncertain wait Heraldsun |Sport
    Carlton caretaker coach David Teague is backing dropped forward Mitch McGovern to get his body right and return to have a “big influence” for the Blues. ... more
  • 19 hours Why Lions should be flag favourites Heraldsun |Sport
    It was a comment said in jest in the office before the Port Adelaide-Brisbane match: “If the Lions smash Port they should be premiership favourites”. ... more
  • 19 hours Kochie’s blunt warning for AFL coach Heraldsun |Sport
    Senior coaching roles in the AFL are opening up as the season draws to a close and several assistants around the league are lining up to stake their claim. ... more
  • 19 hours Golf favourite wants to ‘punch’ himself Heraldsun |Sport
    Home favourite Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods both endured dreadful starts to the British Open, while American JB Holmes claimed the lead as the championship returned to Royal Portrush for the first time since 1951. ... more
  • 21 hours End of man’s lonely life discovered a year on Heraldsun
    A middle-aged man who was found dead in his Traralgon home in July may have died more than a year before he was found. ... more
  • 21 hours Man dies after being hit by truck on freeway Heraldsun
    Peak-hour traffic was diverted from the Princes Freeway in Little River this morning after a man was hit by a truck and died. ... more
  • 23 hours Opinion: House Democrats Resort to Scare Tactics Over Auto Regulations Heraldsun |World
    Congressman Pallone demanded internal documents from nonprofits and businesses that he believed were behind a secret campaign to change Obama-era automobile regulations. Image: Zuma Press ... more
  • 23 hours ‘This scares us’: Ebola nightmare spreads Heraldsun |World
    Congolese soldiers and police will enforce handwashing and fever checks now that the deadly Ebola outbreak has been declared an international health emergency. ... more
  • 23 hours Diamonds edge out NZ at Netball World Cup Heraldsun |World
    Video obtained Friday, July 19, 2019, of the Australian Diamonds beating New Zealand's Silver Ferns by 50-49 at the Netball World Cup in England. (AAP VIDEO/Sky Sport)(NO ARCHIVING AAP VIDEO BEYOND 48 HOURS) ... more
  • 23 hours Ayia Napa rape: 12 Israelis stay in Cyprus custody accused of gang rape Heraldsun |World
    A group of 12 Israelis accused of gang raping a British teenager in a popular resort town in Cyprus allege “the police hit us, they broke our noses and the girl is lying”. ... more
  • 23 hours Ebola: Doctor urges more vaccinations to stop deadly outbreak Heraldsun |World
    Ebola fighters need to widen use of vaccination in their campaign against the deadly epidemic in DR Congo, the head of Doctors Without Borders (MSF) say. ... more
  • 23 hours Why 1.5 million are ‘storming’ Area 51 Heraldsun |World
    It’s spawned so many conspiracy theories, it’s hard to get up to speed on just what Area 51 is and what - if anything - lurks within it. ... more
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