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  • 2 hours Operation Buffalo – Trailer TheMercury |Ent
    Absurdities run amok in the desert in this fictionalisation of Australia's secretive nuclear tests in Operation Buffalo. ... more
  • 2 hours Star booted over ‘unpleasant’ dessert TheMercury |Ent
    “Sweet Queen” Jess Liemantara made her shocking exit from the MasterChef: All Stars kitchen on Sunday night, despite impressing the judges with a daring chocolate, licorice ice-cream. ... more
  • 2 hours Excellent TV show reveals ‘really bad’ history TheMercury |Ent
    Before even a single frame of Operation Buffalo is splashed across the screen, the title card warns the series is a piece of historical fiction but that a lot of the “really bad history actually happened”. ... more
  • 2 hours Ennis sprays Bulldogs halves TheMercury |Sport
    NRL: Former Bulldogs hooker Michael Ennis tees off on the club's current halves, and why coach Dean Pay can't fix the problem. ... more
  • 2 hours Matty’s big hopes for Hoy TheMercury |Sport
    NRL: Matty Johns speaks about young Knights star Tex Hoy, saying he would pick him at five-eighth next week despite Kalyn Pona coming back for Newcastle. ... more
  • 2 hours The change Bennett must make TheMercury |Sport
    NRL: Michael Ennis discusses South Sydney's issues and the one change coach Wayne Bennett has to make to fix it. ... more
  • 2 hours Victory star set for the door TheMercury |Sport
    A-League: Melbourne Victory striker Ola Toivonen may have played his last game for the club amid reports of a return to Europe. ... more
  • 2 hours Sea Eagles press conference TheMercury |Sport
    NRL: Manly Sea Eagles coach Des Hasler talks after his team beat the Canterbury Bulldogs at Central Coast Stadium on Sunday. ... more
  • 2 hours Daw’s season over again? TheMercury |Sport
    AFL: Majak Daw's pectoral injury has been described as a big blow to North Melbourne's 2020 campaign by AFL 360 co-host Mark Robinson. ... more
  • 2 hours NRL’s cardboard fans take dark turn TheMercury |Sport
    Round three of the NRL has been run and done with rave reviews from fans. ... more
  • 2 hours The boys face their fears TheMercury |Sport
    Other: Hindy and Sam tested their fear of heights by jumping off different levels with Sam jumping from 14 metres. Meanwhile Matty is suited up and lit on fire. ... more
  • 2 hours On the Punt: Best bets for Pakenham Synthetic TheMercury |Sport
    MICHAEL MANLEY’S BEST BETS: PAKENHAM SYNTHETIC ... more
  • 2 hours Religious Community in Traditional Garb Sings in Solidarity With George Floyd Protesters TheMercury
    Members of a religious community, the Church of God, traveled from several US states to gather in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 29 to show solidarity with those protesting the death of George Floyd. This footage, uploaded by Ned Zimmer for the WhatTheNed podcast, shows a small group of people dressed in dark traditional garb. The church members hold signs and sing on the city’s Stone Arch Bridge. Their signs read: “Thou shall not kill any man” and “Justice for George Floyd.” The group were initially reported to be members of the Amish community due to their doctrines of “modest dress” ... more
  • 2 hours $4m sale won’t be the last TheMercury
    With one home selling for $4 million before building even commences, there’s now only one chance left to secure breathtaking views of the city from 5 Quarry St, Hamilton. ... more
  • 2 hours Unprecedented grab for Anakie bush hideaway TheMercury
    The coronavirus pandemic could have a silver lining for the vendors of a new Anakie property listing that’s triggered unprecedented interest. ... more
  • 2 hours Main Beach penthouse’s massive price tag TheMercury
    PENTHOUSE PRICE TAG ... more
  • 2 hours Where you can bag a house for $50K TheMercury
    Victorian houses are being snapped up for about $50,000 — but they’re not around for long. ... more
  • 2 hours Beachfront mansion price smash riverfront records TheMercury
    JOHN Ramsden, go-ahead legal eagle, can’t regret swooping on a giant Isle of Capri riverfront home as the Gold Coast was struggling out of the global financial crisis in 2013. ... more
  • 2 hours A gorgeous home bound to enchant TheMercury
    “MAWARRA” is an Aboriginal word meaning “a most pleasant place”. ... more
  • 2 hours Focus on easing red tape TheMercury
    LEGISLATION to slash permit red tape will be introduced to parliament this week, as the State Government prepares to unveil what’s being dubbed Tasmania’s largest infrastructure plan. ... more
  • 6 hours Why Tim Robards is looking fitter than ever TheMercury |LS
    To go, or not to go? That’s the question the estimated 40 per cent of adult Australians who frequent gyms will be asking themselves as fitness centres prepare to reopen their doors. ... more
  • 6 hours Checklist for a bigger tax refund TheMercury |LS
    The most important money month of the year is here, prompting a warning for Australians not to take their eyes off the big picture financially. ... more
  • 6 hours New Hobart cafe open for business TheMercury |LS
    IT’S one of the toughest times in history for the hospitality industry, but that has not stopped a trio of new cafe owners from pursuing their dream. ... more
  • 6 hours 5000 good reasons to work out at home TheMercury |LS
    TO go, or not to go? That’s the question the estimated 40 per cent of adult South Australians who frequent gyms will be asking themselves as fitness centres reopen their doors today. ... more
  • 6 hours How to prepare your dog for your return to work TheMercury |LS
    With COVID-19 restrictions rapidly being lifted, the idea of returning to workplaces minus our furry friends can be anxiety-inducing, especially for our four-legged friends. ... more
  • 6 hours COVID-19 pandemic shows the necessity ‘of a well-funded tech sector’ TheMercury
    NSW Minister Victor Dominello has told Sky News the pandemic has shown the necessity of building up Australia’s key capabilities, especially in the tech sector, to ensure it we are in a position to flourish if and when the next crisis occurs. Image: Getty ... more
  • 6 hours Grand Final decision could be months away TheMercury
    The AFL could delay a decision on a starting time for the Grand Final for up to eight weeks as it considers the prospect of a bye which would push the decider beyond October 24. ... more
  • 6 hours Best beauty secrets found in kitchen TheMercury
    For a quick-fix remedy, many stars have found that some of the best beauty secrets come to light when the refrigerator door or kitchen cupboard swings open. ... more
  • 6 hours Designer three-wing estate listed for first time TheMercury
    A huge architecturally designed riverfront home with a dedicated wing for the master bedroom, a wing for two other bedrooms and a dedicated party wing is on the market for the first time. ... more
  • 6 hours Australia can be a ‘world leader in AI’ TheMercury
    Australia can be a world leader when it comes to the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in the health care and financial services sectors, according to managing partner at One Ventyres Dr Michelle Deaker. According to Genpact’s third annual AI360 report, 38% of Australian senior executives claim their organisations have invested $10 million or more in AI Ms Deaker told Sky News Australia has “punched above its weight” when it comes to the application of AI, especially when it comes to health. “So, the application of AI in healthcare, there is a lot of opportunity there,” she said. “Obviously financial ... more
  • 6 hours Mum’s desperate plea to fugitive son as home at risk TheMercury
    The mother of a fugitive Melbourne drug importation plotter was duped into signing over her house so he could make bail. ... more
  • 6 hours Monday Buzz: Ratings bonanza boosts NRL on return TheMercury
    Check out the highlights, lowlights and talking points as live rugby league returned in a bumper weekend of NRL action. ... more
  • 6 hours Monday Buzz: Coach only part of dismal Dragons’ problems TheMercury
    It’s easy to sit back and blame coach Paul McGregor for the debacle that is St George Illawarra and sign the online petition calling for his sacking that ­appeared on social media yesterday. ... more
  • 6 hours Mum’s desperate plea to fugitive son as home at risk TheMercury
    The mother of a fugitive Melbourne drug importation plotter was duped into signing over her house so he could make bail. ... more
  • 8 hours Lisa and Lady Gaga bond over shared pain TheMercury |Ent
    When Lisa Wilkinson and Lady Gaga sat down for their chat on The Sunday Project, there was a moment where both women realised they shared a strong connection. ... more
  • 8 hours Best sports movies to watch now the footy’s back TheMercury |Ent
    Sport movies can inspire even the most unfit of us. From boxing and baseball to football, here are some of the best sports movies over the decades. ... more
  • 8 hours Thomas the Tank Engine narrator dies aged 68 TheMercury |Ent
    The longest-running voice actor on iconic children’s show Thomas & Friends has died, aged 68. ... more
  • 8 hours Survivor star sues over horror injury TheMercury |Ent
    A champion big wave surfer who starred in a recent season of reality television juggernaut Survivor is suing over a horror accident that he says caused a debilitating injury. ... more
  • 8 hours Fishing, surfing and hard yakka: How Cripps spent break TheMercury |Sport
    Isolation for Patrick Cripps wasn’t a chore, it was a long-awaited family adventure. ... more
  • 8 hours ‘Never gave an inch’: Greats pay tribute to Bob Hammond TheMercury |Sport
    Almost 40 years after finishing as a three-time premiership player at North Adelaide and dual flag-winning coach at Norwood, Bob Hammond made his presence felt in the SANFL again. ... more
  • 8 hours Dubbo tips: Milton’s triple treat with Fat Boy TheMercury |Sport
    Mark Milton will have cause for a triple celebration if the oddly named Harley Fat Boy wins for the first time in Monday’s Hit 92.5 Maiden Handicap (1300m). ... more
  • 8 hours Martin set for restart despite knee injury TheMercury |Sport
    Lions ruckman Stef Martin is close to completing his fight back from a serious knee injury and could be fit to play in Brisbane’s Round 2 clash with Fremantle at the Gabba on June 13. ... more
  • 8 hours Eels expose Broncos’ Milford dilemma TheMercury |Sport
    Each week, The Courier-Mail’s chief sportswriter Robert Craddock looks at the big talking points coming out of the NRL ... more
  • 8 hours Knights cop cruel double blow TheMercury |Sport
    NRL: The Newcastle Knights suffered a cruel double blow when Mitchell Pearce and Connor Watson were forced from play early in the first half against the Penrith Panthers on Sunday. ... more
  • 8 hours Richo’s smoking gun fuels Souths-Storm hatred TheMercury |Sport
    Shane Richardson has left the building at South Sydney. ... more
  • 8 hours FNQ trainers fined for positive swabs TheMercury |Sport
    Two FNQ trainers have been fined and had their horses disqualified after they returned positive swabs to a prohibited substance. ... more
  • 8 hours PVL’s mission to end racing crowd control TheMercury |Sport
    Racing NSW is pushing ahead with ambitious plans to have limited crowds back at race meetings in a matter of weeks. ... more
  • 10 hours How not going out to dinner could cost you $100 TheMercury
    Diners who fail to show for restaurant bookings will have as much as $100 for every person in their party wiped from their credit card. ... more
  • 10 hours Spectacular mud-brick charmer a car lover’s dream TheMercury
    This St Andrews mud-brick home has plenty of perks for buyers seeking space and serenity. ... more
  • 10 hours Where RACT wants road fix spend TheMercury
    THE State Government’s soon to be released infrastructure plan must include West Tamar and Boat Harbour road fixes, says the RACT. ... more
  • 10 hours $1.8m Dragons dilemma as calls grow to replace McGregor TheMercury
    A nervous St George Illawarra board is under overwhelming pressure from disgruntled fans but knows it would cost between $1.5 to $1.8 million to sack and replace coach Paul McGregor. ... more
  • 10 hours 9 reasons why Bombers mean business TheMercury
    Conor McKenna will bounce out of isolation on Monday morning and into Essendon’s Hangar to train. ... more
  • 10 hours Date for Palm Islanders to visit Townsville again TheMercury
    PALM Island residents might get the chance to travel to Townsville in just a few weeks if discussions between the State and Federal governments go to plan. ... more
  • 14 hours Secret to stopping awful iso- wrinkles TheMercury |LS
    I’m going back to the office tomorrow. ... more
  • 14 hours Chaotic final hours: How close the Aus GP was to going ahead TheMercury |LS
    Paul Little AO is the Chairman of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC). Andrew Westacott is the AGPC’s longest serving CEO. ... more
  • 14 hours Be safe in online shopping boom TheMercury |LS
    Online shopping has boomed during the coronavirus pandemic and its increased popularity is expected to continue as Australia emerges from lockdown. ... more
  • 14 hours Pete Evans’ vaccine conspiracies debunked TheMercury |LS
    Celebrity chef Pete Evans has been hard at work cooking up vaccine conspiracies and trying to make the immunisation debate sound far more complicated than it really is. ... more
  • 14 hours Cook with Matt and Marion TheMercury |LS
    It’s a celebrity cook-in like no other – and YOU get to cook, and eat, along with the stars. ... more
  • 14 hours Kylie, Kris Jenner ‘freaking out’ over exposé TheMercury |Ent
    After naming Kylie Jenner the world’s youngest self-made billionaire twice, Forbes recently exposed the mogul for representing herself as far wealthier than she actually is, leaving mum Kris Jenner on edge over potential damage the exposé could cause the Kardashian-Jenner brand she’s spent years building. ... more
  • 14 hours Kylie’s new $16 venture cops ‘bitter’ review TheMercury |Ent
    Kylie Minogue’s new signature wine being sold in British supermarket Tesco has been savaged in a blistering review that labelled it a “coarse, surly, sweet yet bitter disappointment.” ... more
  • 14 hours The glaring issue with Kyle backlash TheMercury |Ent
    Kyle Sandilands copped it this week for what’s probably the most earnest and inoffensive thing he has ever said. ... more
  • 14 hours Chaotic final hours: How close the Aus GP was to going ahead TheMercury |Sport
    Paul Little AO is the Chairman of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC). Andrew Westacott is the AGPC’s longest serving CEO. ... more
  • 14 hours Star slams ‘bull****’ claims Bucks-Mick handover cost Pies flag TheMercury |Sport
    Collingwood premiership star Travis Cloke says the club’s contentious succession plan had nothing to do with the lost 2011 Grand Final. ... more
  • 14 hours Adidas’ surprising Nike move TheMercury |Sport
    Adidas and Nike are each other’s fiercest rivals but the sportswear giants are singing from the same page. ... more
  • 14 hours Nine star tells colleague to eat humble pie TheMercury |Sport
    Port Adelaide Hall of Fame member Kane Cornes has taken aim at AFL journalist Caroline Wilson and others who were heavily critical of the NRL in recent months. ... more
  • 14 hours Bloody brilliant Brit takes NRL by storm TheMercury |Sport
    English import George Williams showed shades of his Canberra coach Ricky Stuart with a starring performance in his team’s shock 22-6 win over Melbourne. ... more
  • 14 hours Footy mourns Bob Hammond, a titan of the game TheMercury |Sport
    One of the most decorated and respected men in South Australian football, Bob Hammond, has died at the age of 78. ... more
  • 14 hours Lewandowski magic continues TheMercury |Sport
    Football: Robert Lewandowski has scored again making it his most prolific season for Bayern Munich in a 5-0 win over Dusseldorf. ... more
  • 14 hours Dusseldorf thumped by Bayern Munich TheMercury |Sport
    Football: Baynern Munich are only three wins away from winning an 8th straight Bundesliga title with a 5-0 thumping of Dusseldorf. ... more
  • 14 hours NRL Casualty Ward: More worries for Sharks TheMercury |Sport
    Injuries have hit some clubs hard in round three, none harder than the Sharks and Broncos which both have big holes to fill ahead of huge matches next week. Brien Seeney - aka NRL Physio - analyses all the injuries seen so far and expected recovery times. ... more
  • 14 hours Former UFC champ’s secret fight plan TheMercury |Sport
    MMA fighter Tyron Woodley has not entered the Octagon in 14 months, but the former UFC champion has not let the coronavirus lockdown impede his quest to reclaim the welterweight title. ... more
  • 14 hours 2_Seven-hour Everton Hills stand-off ends TheMercury
    A man was taken into police custody after a seven-hour stand-off with police at Everton Hills, Brisbane. ... more
  • 14 hours Star slams ‘bull****’ claims Bucks-Mick handover cost Pies flag TheMercury
    Collingwood premiership star Travis Cloke says the club’s contentious succession plan had nothing to do with the lost 2011 Grand Final. ... more
  • 14 hours Twitter is the ‘Wuhan wet market of ideas’ TheMercury
    Twitter’s decision to ‘fact check’ President Donald Trump shows it is “increasingly determined to put their thumb on the scale for the coming 2020” presidential election, according to Sky News host James Morrow. Earlier this week Twitter fact checked President Trump’s account, adding a warning label on two of his tweets regarding mail in ballots and voter fraud with a link to a CNN article. The social media giant also hid a recent tweet by the President, claiming it glorifies violence. The tweet can be viewed, but with a prominent warning about its content is attached. “…These THUGS are dishonoring ... more
  • 14 hours Nine star tells colleague to eat humble pie TheMercury
    Port Adelaide Hall of Fame member Kane Cornes has taken aim at AFL journalist Caroline Wilson and others who were heavily critical of the NRL in recent months. ... more
  • 14 hours 1978: Territory finally stands alone after winning self government TheMercury
    THE Sunday Territorian and NT Government are celebrating 42 years of self-governance with some of our most memorable milestones. In 1978 … ... more
  • 14 hours ‘KILL COPS’: LA spirals into chaos as protests escalate out of control TheMercury
    There are scenes of absolute turmoil in West Hollywood where thousands of protesters are facing off against police in the heart of the city. ... more
  • 14 hours PM should ditch his proposed ‘Bob Hawke style wafflorium’ on IR reform TheMercury
    Sky News host Rowan Dean has urged Prime Minister Scott Morrison to jettison his proposed round table on industrial relations reform and instead honour his election promise of delivering “smaller government, less regulation, lower taxes, crushing the unions and freeing up the job market.” This week the Prime Minister announced the Coalition will bring together unions, business groups and employers to discuss what changes can be made to industrial relations laws, in a move that was reminiscent of Labor PM Bob Hawke’s 1983 Prices and Incomes Accord. Sky News understands Mr Morrison has spoken with ACTU Secretary Sally McManus, who ... more
  • 14 hours Tassie beach birds bounce back TheMercury
    SHOREBIRDS appear to be benefiting from a relative lack of human activity on Tasmanian beaches, prompting calls for partial closures during breeding season. ... more
  • 18 hours 5G ‘a gamechanger, but not yet’ TheMercury
    Sky News contributor Djuro Sen says 5G “is a gamechanger, but not yet” and it “hasn’t quite lived up to the hype one year on”. “We’ve gotta wait a couple of years before 5G really ramps up,” Mr Sen told Sky News. “I don’t think we’re going to see real 5G for a couple of years.” Image: News Corp Australia ... more
  • 18 hours Ratepayers cough up millions for bizarre art shows TheMercury
    Artists exploring intimacy of refugees, “trans masculinity” and being a “weirdo in isolation” are among hundreds to snare a slice of $2.5 million in COVID-19 grants from Melbourne City Council ratepayers. ... more
  • 18 hours Footballer or fighter: The Jake King enigma TheMercury
    There are fighters and there are footballers and, in Jake King’s case, players who are a bit of both. ... more
  • 18 hours Bayern near title after five-goal rout as protests hit the Bundesliga TheMercury
    Robert Lewandowski scored twice as Bayern Munich took a confident step closer to an eighth straight German title with a 5-0 demolition of Fortuna Dusseldorf in an empty stadium on Saturday. ... more
  • 18 hours ‘The invitation is there’ for Inglis to make Origin return TheMercury
    Queensland State of Origin coach Kevin Walters will know every inch of enemy territory by the time the rugby league season ends. ... more
  • 18 hours Violent prisoner accidentally released from prison TheMercury
    A violent prisoner has been accidentally released from prison in a major security breach. ... more
  • 18 hours Why Melbourne Airport is set for takeoff — with Virgin TheMercury
    Seventy per cent of Victorians would fly interstate and nearly half overseas in the next three months if they could, new Melbourne Airport polling shows. ... more
  • 18 hours How technology will change Melbourne dining TheMercury
    Victorian restaurants are turning to “contactless dining” technology as they prepare to finally open their doors after the coronavirus lockdown. ... more
  • 18 hours Inside the shock Aus GP cancellation TheMercury
    Paul Little AO is the Chairman of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC). Andrew Westacott is the AGPC’s longest serving CEO. ... more
  • 18 hours Surfer Ross Clarke-Jones sues Survivor producers TheMercury
    Big wave surfer Ross Clarke-Jones is taking legal action against the producers of Australian Survivor claiming he suffered a debilitating injury during filming of the hit reality show. ... more
  • 20 hours Edwina’s return to Sunrise for brekkie TV war TheMercury |Ent
    Emerging from the blissful ‘bubble’ of new parenthood can be challenging at the best of times. ... more
  • 20 hours Major surgery for Blanche in breast cancer battle TheMercury |Ent
    BLANCHE d’Alpuget is scheduled to have a full mastectomy next month following the diagnosis of aggressive breast cancer. ... more
  • 20 hours Radio host’s private pain goes public TheMercury |Ent
    Sometimes celebrity means some private matters become very public. ... more
  • 20 hours Jamie Foxx’s message to white friends TheMercury |Ent
    Barack Obama, Martin Luther King III, Oprah and Jamie Foxx have joined a growing list of celebrities and public figures to call for justice in the wake of George Floyd’s death. ... more
  • 20 hours Cook with Matt and Marion TheMercury |Ent
    It’s a celebrity cook-in like no other – and YOU get to cook, and eat, along with the stars. ... more
  • 20 hours Storm press conference TheMercury |Sport
    NRL: Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy spoke following his sides 22-6 loss to the Canberra Raiders in round three of the 2020 season. ... more
  • 20 hours NRL expansion on the table TheMercury |Sport
    NRL: James Hooper reveals that expansion is back on the NRL table, with ARLC Chairman Peter V'landys looking to introduce a second team in Brisbane by 2022. ... more
  • 20 hours Grant Hackett: ‘Michael Phelps saved my life’ TheMercury |Sport
    There were some who feared Grant Hackett wouldn’t see 40. ... more
  • 20 hours Raiders super try-saver TheMercury |Sport
    NRL: The Canberra Raiders managed a fantastic try saving tackle in the dying minutes of their round three clash with the Melbourne Storm. ... more
  • 20 hours Pommy Raiders interview each other TheMercury |Sport
    NRL: Raiders Englishmen Josh Hodgson and George Williams were forced to interview each other as the Fox League team struggled to understand Williams. ... more
  • 20 hours Raiders crazy final try TheMercury |Sport
    NRL: Canberra had played an incredible match against the Melbourne Storm and sealed victory with a wild long distance try in the dying moments. ... more
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