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  • 10 mins NRL records in 2019: The two other amazing feats Smith will achieve Heraldsun |Sport
    FROM big game milestones, to tryscoring feats and everything in between. ... more
  • 10 mins Epic husband reaction wins Aus Open Heraldsun |Sport
    A video of Karolina Pliskova’s husband losing his damn mind after the Czech Republic star’s monster win over Serena Williams in the quarterfinals has already won the Australian Open. ... more
  • 2 hours Director faces new sex abuse claims Heraldsun |World
    Bohemian Rhapsody director Bryan Singer is facing new allegations, published in the Atlantic, that he engaged in sexual misconduct with underage boys. ... more
  • 2 hours Why most Americans’ finances haven’t improved since Trump’s election Heraldsun |World
    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
  • 2 hours What happens if you don’t discuss money before walking down the aisle Heraldsun |World
    In this episode, The Moneyist talks to a man whose rich ex-wife who didn't exactly pay her share during the marriage. ... more
  • 2 hours MAGA teen: ‘I had every right’ Heraldsun |World
    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
  • 2 hours Trump’s wall rhyme backfires Heraldsun |World
    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
  • 2 hours Assange launches legal challenge against US Heraldsun |World
    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
  • 2 hours Satya Nadella: ‘The Learn-It-All Does Better Than the Know-It-All’ Heraldsun |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
  • 2 hours Scary illness led to million-dollar idea Heraldsun |Biz
    Christy Laurence spent years in a high-paying corporate job, until one day a life-changing moment turned her world upside down. ... more
  • 2 hours Grim reality of nation’s chaos Heraldsun |Biz
    Brits are being bombarded with competing and conflicting messages about Brexit, but there is one dubious campaign many seem prepared to back. ... more
  • 2 hours Thailand to hold election on March 24 Heraldsun |News
    Thailand will hold a general election to restore civilian rule on March 24, the election commission says. ... more
  • 2 hours ‘Amoral’ capitalism needs taming: Bono Heraldsun |News
    U2 frontman Bono, who has been a prominent campaigner on development issues for decades, has said capitalism is not immoral, "it's amoral". ... more
  • 2 hours Aiia tearfully farewelled in Israel Heraldsun |News
    Aiia Masarwa, the international student who was murdered in Melbourne last week, has been laid to rest in her hometown of Baqa al Gharbiyye in Israel. ... more
  • 2 hours Momentum gathers against no-deal Brexit Heraldsun |News
    An attempt by British MPs to prevent a no-deal Brexit is gaining momentum after the opposition Labour Party said it is highly likely to support the bid. ... more
  • 2 hours Tonga faces weeks of internet disruption Heraldsun |News
    People in Tonga could face several weeks without the internet due to a fault in the undersea cable that connects the Pacific nation to the rest of the world. ... more
  • 4 hours Driver’s unbelievable act at 100km/h Heraldsun |Tech
    Over the years Aussie drivers have been caught engaging in multiple dangerous activities behind the wheel, from talking on the phone to eating a bowl of cereal. ... more
  • 6 hours Carrie’s boost for brain cancer research Heraldsun
    Breakthrough technology offering hope to young Australian brain cancer patients could be a step closer after a big funding boost. ... more
  • 6 hours Victoria to brace for power shortages as state swelters Heraldsun
    Back-up energy reserves could be called on from today to ensure Victoria can keep the lights on as the grid is pushed to its limit when sweltering conditions in South Australia — topped by 48.4C in Ceduna — hit Victoria. ... more
  • 8 hours Chinese model breaks silence about ‘racist’ Dolce & Gabbana ad Heraldsun |World
    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
  • 8 hours Trump to deliver State of the Union Address despite shutdown Heraldsun |World
    US President Donald Trump will reportedly press forward with his State of the Union Address scheduled for 29 January, despite the partial government shutdown. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wrote to President Trump asking for his speech to be paused over security concerns, the Associated Press reports. President Trump is unable to make the speech in front of a joint session of Congress without the permission of both the House and the Senate. ... more
  • 8 hours Chinese-Australian writer vanishes in China Heraldsun |World
    A Chinese-Australian writer and known critic of Beijing has been reported missing by friends after flying from New York to southern China last week. Yang Hengjun is believed to be in the custody of the Chinese Ministry of State Security. Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is investigating reports of the missing Australian citizen. ... more
  • 8 hours ‘Heads will roll’ after protestors tortured: Zimbabwe president Heraldsun |World
    Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa says he will investigate the alleged torture of demonstrators after unrest over steep fuel price rises in his country. There are reports at least a dozen people were killed during protests over fuel prices, with the country's human rights commission saying civilians were 'systematically tortured' by security forces. It comes as petrol prices in the African nation hit crisis levels, having risen by 150 per cent to become the most expensive in the world. ... more
  • 8 hours Emotional farewell for murdered student Heraldsun |World
    The funeral of international student Aiia Maasarwe, who was murdered in Melbourne last week, has taken place in Israel. ... more
  • 8 hours The Political Effects of the Global Economic Slowdown Heraldsun |World
    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
  • 8 hours ‘No-deal’ Brexit means hard Irish border, says EU Heraldsun |World
    The EU believes a hard border on the island of Ireland is an ‘obvious’ result of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit - as signs of a split with Dublin emerged over the issue. Brussels, Dublin and London have all stated they do not want a hard border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland after Brexit. The comments prompted Ireland's Deputy Prime Minister Simon Coveney, also his country's Foreign Minister, to repeat Dublin's position that it is not planning for a hard border, even with the possibility of a no-deal Brexit. ... more
  • 8 hours Kids’ reading is about so much more than literacy Heraldsun |Opinion
    During more than thirty years of writing for young people, I’ve been to a couple of thousand schools. ... more
  • 8 hours ‘Wow’: Test bolter earns shock debut Heraldsun |Sport
    Australia have confirmed key changes to the team ahead of the opening Test against Sri Lanka to get underway on Thursday. ... more
  • 8 hours Raceday focus: Best bets at Pakenham Heraldsun |Sport
    Trainer Peter Gelagotis and jockey Jye McNeil will be looking for an early double with Creative Harmony and Blandford Lad at Pakenham. ... more
  • 8 hours ‘Epic’ history-making Big Bash display Heraldsun |Sport
    Live: Sixers vs Hurricanes ... more
  • 8 hours The punt: Rafa all the rage to end Greek’s streak Heraldsun |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
  • 8 hours Market Close 23 Jan 19: Aussie market closes lower for a second day Heraldsun |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
  • 8 hours Racism storm erupts at Aus Open Heraldsun |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
  • 8 hours Ex-deputy ATO commissioner on trial in NSW Heraldsun |News
    A deputy commissioner of the Australian Taxation Office allegedly shared confidential information with his son in circumstances where he had a clear conflict of interest, a Sydney jury has heard. ... more
  • 8 hours Concerns for Australian missing in China Heraldsun |News
    The Australian government is investigating the reported disappearance of a Chinese-Australian writer following concerns he may have been detained by Chinese authorities. ... more
  • 8 hours RSL NSW boss glad Rowe charged with fraud Heraldsun |News
    Former RSL NSW state president Don Rowe has been charged with fraud following a two-year police investigation with the charity's current leader claiming the organisation has since been "scrubbed clean". ... more
  • 8 hours Search for Cardiff City’s Sala resumes Heraldsun |News
    The search for Cardiff City's new soccer star, Emiliano Sala, has resumed 36 hours after the light aircraft he was flying on disappeared in the English Channel. ... more
  • 8 hours Funeral held for Aiia Maasarwe in Israel Heraldsun |News
    The funeral of international student Aiia Maasarwe, who was murdered in Melbourne last week, has taken place in Israel. ... more
  • 8 hours NRL player fights indecent assault charges Heraldsun |News
    NRL player Zane Musgrove is fighting allegations he forced his tongue into a young woman's mouth at a beachside Sydney pub in late 2018. ... more
  • 8 hours Thai activists’ bodies found on riverbed Heraldsun |News
    The Thai army says it has no knowledge of two critics of the military and royal family whose bodies were found "stuffed with concrete" along the Mekong River border with Laos. ... more
  • 12 hours Apple Pay gets major Aussie boost Heraldsun |Tech
    After a long wait, Apple Pay is now available to customers of the nation’s largest bank. ... more
  • 12 hours Google Maps catches ‘serial masturbator’ Heraldsun |Tech
    Detectives have pounced on an alleged serial masturbator who police say spent the past four years wandering the streets of Brisbane and performing indecent acts. ... more
  • 12 hours Meteorite smashes into the moon Heraldsun |Tech
    A meteorite crashed onto the surface of the moon as the world watched this week, making it the first known sighting of a meteorite impact during a lunar eclipse. ... more
  • 12 hours Animals you should fear more than snakes Heraldsun |Tech
    As I write this, snake panic is meandering across the nation like a python across a carpet. ... more
  • 12 hours Government charging towards electric cars Heraldsun |Tech
    The NSW government is trying to spark interest in electric cars. ... more
  • 12 hours The most awkward Netflix glitches Heraldsun |Tech
    Netflix is the best friend I’ve ever had. ... more
  • 12 hours The home tech to stop thieves Heraldsun |Tech
    Security conscious homeowners have more options than ever to protect their property with the growing prevalence of affordable home camera systems and smart doorbells. ... more
  • 12 hours Amazon’s bog scrubbing bot costs $700 Heraldsun |Tech
    Amazon is flogging a bog-cleaning robot that promises to scrub every last speck of filth off your toilet. ... more
  • 12 hours From cupping to housework: Rep star’s quirky plan to stay fit and firing Heraldsun |Sport
    Jai Arrow hopes booze-free weekends and traditional Chinese medicine will make a difference, admitting he ran out of steam after State of Origin in his breakout NRL season. ... more
  • 12 hours Ugly scenes as NBA tunnel fight erupts Heraldsun |Sport
    Things quickly turned ugly halfway through the third quarter between the Phoenix Suns and Minnesota Timberwolves. ... more
  • 12 hours Fast and bouncy: Aussie skipper’s delight at classic Gabba deck Heraldsun |Sport
    Fast, bouncy and quintessentially Australian. ... more
  • 12 hours Serena’s humbling ‘choke’ admission Heraldsun |Sport
    Serena Williams has sensationally departed the Australian Open, falling to Karolina Pliskova in a three set thriller after succumbing to what appeared to be an ankle injury late in the match. ... more
  • 12 hours ‘He’s got a grubby side’: Bradford brothers reunite in NRL Heraldsun |Sport
    They were childhood mates in Bradford on the other side of the world and now Elliott Whitehead and John Bateman have been reunited in Canberra during a heatwave. ... more
  • 12 hours Whisper is Brook’s got the edge on rivals Heraldsun |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
  • 12 hours ‘Never seen that’: Serena’s secret tears Heraldsun |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
  • 12 hours White noise: Trainer keeps lid on colt’s big win Heraldsun |Sport
    DAVID Eustace would love Grand Bernini to move through his classes without garnering too much attention but he knows that is not going to happen with an all-white horse. ... more
  • 12 hours Police officer hurt in Melbourne CBD Heraldsun
    Collins St and Russell St intersection closed in Melbourne’s CBD after police officer run over by driver ... more
  • 12 hours Your guide to the Cadel Evans road race Heraldsun
    The Cadel Evans road race is set to take the picturesque Great Ocean Road for the fifth year running. ... more
  • 14 hours Teen’s sudden suicide stuns father Heraldsun |World
    The grieving dad of a schoolgirl who took her life has accused Instagram of “helping” kill her. ... more
  • 14 hours Populist backlash over French-German friendship treaty Heraldsun |World
    France and Germany have renewed a postwar friendship treaty as the two European nations try to breathe new life into their place at the centre of the European Union. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron have met in the German border city of Aachen to sign a 16-page update of 1963 Élysée Treaty, which put an end to centuries of tensions. The unity of the two leaders was met with strong criticism from nationalist and populist parties, which are expected to make strong gains in the European parliamentary elections in May. German Chancellor Angela Merkel highlighted peace ... more
  • 14 hours Item too sexy for 7-eleven shelves Heraldsun |World
    It’s common for countries to clean streets or find accommodation for the homeless ahead of hosting big events, but Japan is cleaning up the porn that lurks on each street corner before sports fans stream in to the country. ... more
  • 14 hours CCTV shows missing woman leaving bar Heraldsun |World
    CCTV footage has emerged of a 22-year-old woman who mysteriously vanished more than two weeks ago after leaving a bar with two men. ... more
  • 14 hours Trump rages: ‘They were booing you’ Heraldsun |World
    A former aide has recounted gobsmacking scenes from Donald Trump’s “absolutely out of control” White House in a fascinating new book. ... more
  • 14 hours Meteorite smashes into the moon Heraldsun |World
    Stargazers spotted a meteorite crashing onto the surface of the moon this week. ... more
  • 14 hours Why everyone is eating nipple cakes Heraldsun |World
    In Sicily locals love indulging in Minni di Virgini, or, virgin’s breasts. ... more
  • 14 hours Search for Premier League star’s plane suspended Heraldsun |World
    Police searching for a light aircraft missing over the Channel since last night have suspended operations after finding 'floating objects' but 'no sign of those on board' . Guernsey Police said if the occupants, including Cardiff City player Emiliano Sala, landed on the water, their chances of survival are slim. In a statement, the force said: 'During the course of the 15-hour search, which used multiple air and sea assets from the Channel Islands, UK and France, a number of floating objects have been seen in the water. 'We have been unable to confirm whether any of these are from ... more
  • 14 hours Teens terrorise in Coles store rampage Heraldsun |Biz
    A group of 14 teenagers believed to be African Australian have terrorised staff and customers in an early morning rampage at a Melbourne Coles store. ... more
  • 14 hours Why would any woman sign up for this? Heraldsun |Biz
    On any given day, you’re likely to be called a stupid b**ch, an ugly cow or a sl*t, among a host of other colourful insults. ... more
  • 14 hours Item too sexy for 7-eleven shelves Heraldsun |Biz
    It’s common for countries to clean streets or find accommodation for the homeless ahead of hosting big events, but Japan is cleaning up the porn that lurks on each street corner before sports fans stream in to the country. ... more
  • 14 hours Trump rages: ‘They were booing you’ Heraldsun |Biz
    A former aide has recounted gobsmacking scenes from Donald Trump’s “absolutely out of control” White House in a fascinating new book. ... more
  • 14 hours Search for mystery $1m lotto winner Heraldsun |Biz
    If you bought a lotto ticket in Sydney last month you could be a millionaire and not even know. ... more
  • 14 hours Mid-Session 22 Jan 19 Market snaps five session rally Heraldsun |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
  • 14 hours ‘They’ve all got blood on their hands’ Heraldsun |Biz
    The tussle over the picturesque seat of Gilmore has exposed the ugly business of politics in Australia. ... more
  • 14 hours Owner tearfully shuts troubled shop Heraldsun |Biz
    When Carolyn Kerr named her Far North Queensland fish and chip shop “The Battered Wife”, the former cop was trying to start a dialogue around domestic violence. Instead an “abusive witch hunt” has killed her small business. ... more
  • 14 hours Palmer loses bid to stop criminal charge Heraldsun |News
    Clive Palmer has lost yet another attempt to block criminal charges being brought against him in Queensland. ... more
  • 14 hours China model sorry over controversial ad Heraldsun |News
    The Chinese model in widely criticised advertisements for Italian fashion line Dolce & Gabbana has apologised for her appearance in the campaign. ... more
  • 14 hours WA wage theft inquiry backed by union Heraldsun |News
    An inquiry into wage theft in Western Australia, which aims to expose the deliberate underpayment of money and entitlements to workers, has been backed by Unions WA. ... more
  • 14 hours Venezuela’s opposition takes to streets Heraldsun |News
    Venezuelans will take to the streets as the opposition hopes to force a change in the government of President Nicolas Maduro, who has overseen economic collapse and the erosion of democracy. ... more
  • 14 hours Morrison’s pick wants Australia Day change Heraldsun |News
    Scott Morrison's hand-picked candidate for the federal seat of Gilmore is at firm odds with the prime minister over Australia Day. ... more
  • 14 hours China’s Antarctic vessel hits iceberg Heraldsun |News
    Repairs have been completed on China's Antarctic research vessel "Snow Dragon," which was damaged in a collision with an iceberg earlier this week. ... more
  • 14 hours Woman denied document in bid to find dad Heraldsun |News
    A young Victorian woman placed in foster care as an infant has been denied access to a government document she believes may contain the name of her birth father. ... more
  • 14 hours Cyclone warning for WA’s north-west coast Heraldsun |News
    People along Western Australia's north-west coast have been warned to prepare for a cyclone that could bring heavy rain and damaging winds. ... more
  • 14 hours Tas braces for amplified bushfire threat Heraldsun |News
    Tasmanians are being told they must be physically and mentally prepared if they choose to defend their homes against potentially devastating wildfires. ... more
  • 14 hours Cop mowed down by runaway driver in CBD Heraldsun
    A police officer has been mowed down by a runaway driver in Melbourne’s CBD. ... more
  • 16 hours I’ll KO Whittaker in one: Gastelum Heraldsun |Sport
    Kelvin Gastelum has forecast annihilating Australia’s UFC middleweight champion Rob Whittaker in their title fight on February 10. ... more
  • 16 hours Olympian’s horrifying suicide revelation Heraldsun |Sport
    Former Olympic champion Victoria Pendleton revealed on Tuesday she once considered committing suicide. ... more
  • 16 hours Raceday focus: Best bets at Tamworth Heraldsun |Sport
    EVERY horse is different, which can make finding their winning formula hard, but trainer Mark Mason has done that with De La Hoya before his run in the feature race at Tamworth on Thursday. ... more
  • 16 hours When to watch Australia v Sri Lanka Heraldsun |Sport
    Having been dudded on hosting India in the first series of the summer, Test cricket returns to the Gabba on Thursday, January 24, as Australia plays Sri Lanka. ... more
  • 16 hours Barty inspires SJJ to chase top honours Heraldsun |Sport
    Fired up by former Heat teammate Ash Barty’s brilliant Australian Open campaign, in-form Brisbane all-rounder Sammy-Jo Johnson is ready to represent her country on the world stage. ... more
  • 16 hours Star’s brilliant interview shut down Heraldsun |Sport
    Naomi Osaka regularly describes herself as one of the most awkward people around but she showed enough confidence to shut down an interview when she had better things to be doing. ... more
  • 16 hours Rumours: Real’s sensational $163m Ronaldo revenge ploy Heraldsun |Sport
    Real Madrid are plotting a massive move to fill their Ronaldo-shaped void and could poach one of his new teammates in order to do so. ... more
  • 16 hours Sharks and McGregor on Silva’s wish list Heraldsun |Sport
    Swim with sharks and fight Conor McGregor. ... more
  • 16 hours Dogs star could make miracle return Heraldsun |Sport
    Star AFLW forward Brooke Lochland could make a shock return this season despite breaking her leg on Saturday. ... more
  • 16 hours Drowning victim performing at Schoolies Heraldsun
    Bushrangers Bay drowning victim Jay De Melo performing at Schoolies before his death. ... more
  • 18 hours Cycling champs gear up for Tour Heraldsun
    With Australia Day just around the corner, newly crowned national road cycling champions Sarah Gigante and Michael Freiberg are enjoying a spectacular summer Down Under. ... more
  • 20 hours Trump makes ‘compromise’ proposal to end govt shutdown Heraldsun |World
    A plan by the US President to end the government shutdown is expected to begin working its way through the Senate on Wednesday in what he calls a 'compromise to end the stalemate'. President Trump's plan will allegedly both fund the border wall and make concessions for temporary protections for illegal immigrants who have entered the country as children. A number of Democrats have refused to negotiate until the government is reopened, however, it is expected that that position will become increasingly untenable now that the President has made an offer. ... more
  • 20 hours ‘Don’t bother’: Sanders missing in action Heraldsun |World
    Donald Trump has revealed he directed White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to stop holding regular briefings, claiming she was treated too unfairly by the media. ... more
  • 20 hours Jacinda Ardern urges leaders to be on ‘right side of history’ on climate change action Heraldsun |World
    New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has issued a renewed call for climate change action at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Speaking alongside broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough, Ms Ardern has urged fellow world leaders to be on the 'right side of history'. The NZ Prime Minister says leaders do not have to 'cede power' by acting on climate change, insisting there is nothing to fear about their 'individual status'. ... more
  • 20 hours Oscar shock as A-listers miss out Heraldsun |World
    Nicole Kidman, Toni Collette, Margot Robbie and Troye Sivan have missed out on Oscar nominations, but it wasn’t all bad news for Australia. ... more
  • 20 hours US Supreme Court ‘green lights’ military transgender ban Heraldsun |World
    The United States Supreme Court has approved the enforcement of President Trump's plan to ban certain transgender people from the military. The high court voted five votes to four in order to grant the Trump administration's request to lift injunctions blocking the Obama era policy, while challenges continue in lower courts. The policy prohibits 'transgender persons who require or have undergone gender transition' from serving. ... more
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