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  • 2 hours Sexy swim styles you need for summer TheMercury |LS
    With sleek one-pieces and glittering bikinis, Australian designer brand Bec and Bridge has unveiled its new season swim campaign. ... more
  • 2 hours Best vegan and vegetarian restaurants in NSW TheMercury |LS
    In just a few short years the mere utterance of the words ‘vegan’ or ‘vegetarian’ has gone from ‘leave a bad taste in your mouth’ to ‘must-eat’ thanks to more restaurants solely catering to this eating lifestyle. ... more
  • 2 hours The best renovations in NSW TheMercury |LS
    Step through the door to discover some of the best renovations in the state. Here are the finalists for the NSW HIA-CSR awards in the renovation category. ... more
  • 2 hours Surgeons give woman new face TheMercury |LS
    WARNING: CONFRONTING IMAGES ... more
  • 2 hours What type of parent are you? Test yourself TheMercury |LS
    Exclusive: A majority of Australian parents now adopt an “authoritative” approach to parenting where they explain the reasons for their rules, to help children who ask “why” all the time. ... more
  • 3 hours Truly shocking twist in new Netflix movie TheMercury |Ent
    Warning: This article contains major spoilers for The Laundromat, which is now streaming on Netflix. ... more
  • 3 hours How to spend next four hours on Netflix TheMercury |Ent
    There’s an intriguing concept at the centre of Living With Yourself and it has everything to do with our inferiority complexes. ... more
  • 3 hours MasterChef duo leave Calombaris behind TheMercury |Ent
    Former MasterChef judges Matt Preston and Gary Mehigan will appear in a new TV show on Channel 7 next year, according to a new report. ... more
  • 3 hours Plenty of tears as Billy Elliot stars shine TheMercury |Ent
    Bravo, Billy Elliot. You and the whole team of Billy Elliot the Musical earned your spontaneous standing ovation at the Sydney Lyric Theatre last night, with every tear you made us shed and every very human moment you created on stage. ... more
  • 3 hours Jane Fonda arrested again at climate protests TheMercury |Ent
    Actress Jane Fonda has been arrested during climate change protests for the second week in a row. Image: AP ... more
  • 3 hours Fonda arrested alongside Netflix co-star TheMercury |Ent
    Actress and activist Jane Fonda was arrested again outside the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C. for protesting climate change, this time alongside her Grace and Frankie co-star Sam Waterston. ... more
  • 3 hours Chris Hemsworth’s insane new workout vid TheMercury |Ent
    The God of Thunder never takes a break from his workouts. ... more
  • 3 hours ‘The King’ revamped for new generation TheMercury |Ent
    One of the most famed war battles in English history is being recreated for the big screen by two of Australia's best filmmakers. Joel Edgerton and David Michod bring the 'Battle of Agincourt' to life in 'The King’ to Netflix. Image: AP ... more
  • 3 hours Wayne’s woe: Poms’ KO’d at World Cup TheMercury |Sport
    England is staring at a shock exit at the Rugby League World Cup 9s after a 16-13 defeat against surprise packet Lebanon. ... more
  • 3 hours Ken he do it: Will Port make finals while refreshing list? TheMercury |Sport
    Ken Hinkley’s future at Port Adelaide looks likely to hinge on the Power’s internal improvement and development of more youth next season. ... more
  • 3 hours Wallabies ready to take down England TheMercury |Sport
    Wallabies captain Michael Hooper doesn’t have a worry in the world about how teenage rookie Jordan Petaia is going to cope with the pressure of playing England in their sudden death World Cup quarterfinal. ... more
  • 3 hours Wyong tips: Charmed Princess set to sparkle TheMercury |Sport
    Rosehill horseman Gerald Ryan has a real affinity for the Wyong racecourse and will venture to the Central Coast track this afternoon with four horses all capable of being prominent players. ... more
  • 3 hours Unrepentant Folau: ‘I go to bed with a peaceful heart’ TheMercury |Sport
    Israel Folau’s multimillion-dollar rugby career is in tatters thanks to his social media post that sparked an ugly religious debate, but he has a simple message when asked if he would do it again. ... more
  • 3 hours Kerrin McEvoy: Hard work brings good luck TheMercury |Sport
    Kerrin McEvoy is a country kid who grew up 700km west of Adelaide and a lot further from Flemington, Dubai and Newmarket. Low key, humble, respectful, a big family man, and in the top handful of jockeys on the planet. His family taught him about working hard, and the harder he’s worked, the luckier he’s got. We talked about lessons from a country upbringing and time in the shearing sheds, a life-changing 3½ minutes in 2000, riding for Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Frankie Dettori, a missing plate, and a statue of himself that he hopes gives youngsters hope. ... more
  • 3 hours Warner concern grows after another failure TheMercury |Sport
    He may be considered a certainty for the first Test next month but the form of David Warner must be a major worry for Aussie selectors. ... more
  • 3 hours Quick Singles with Melbourne Renegades’ Georgia Wareham TheMercury |Sport
    WBBL: Melbourne Renegades' Georgia Wareham takes a few quick singles in the lead up to their season opener. ... more
  • 3 hours Laura Dundovic at the Caulfield Cup TheMercury
    Caulfield cup fashion. ... more
  • 3 hours Georgia Fowler at the Caulfield Cup TheMercury
    Fashion at the Caulfield Cup. ... more
  • 3 hours Man arrested over 2001 people smuggling operation TheMercury
    Man arrested over 2001 people smuggling operation where 325 people drowned. ... more
  • 3 hours Buyer pays $450k extra for dump TheMercury
    The owners of a rundown home in Strathfield requiring major repair walked away with a price more than $450,000 over what they would have been happy to accept at auction. ... more
  • 3 hours Wallabies ready to take down England TheMercury
    Wallabies captain Michael Hooper doesn’t have a worry in the world about how teenage rookie Jordan Petaia is going to cope with the pressure of playing England in their sudden death World Cup quarterfinal. ... more
  • 3 hours Wayne’s woe: Poms’ KO’d at World Cup TheMercury
    England is staring at a shock exit at the Rugby League World Cup 9s after a 16-13 defeat against surprise packet Lebanon. ... more
  • 3 hours Multiple stabbing: ‘I just thought they were p***ed’ TheMercury
    FOUR men were stabbed during an attack at a property in Brisbane’s east on Saturday morning. ... more
  • 3 hours Horizon penthouse passes in on vendor bid of $16m TheMercury
    Expectations are high of a sale later today or next week for the level-40 penthouse at Darlinghurst’s iconic Horizon apartments, which passed in at auction on a $16 million vendor bid today. ... more
  • 3 hours Unrepentant Folau: ‘I go to bed with a peaceful heart’ TheMercury
    Israel Folau’s multimillion-dollar rugby career is in tatters thanks to his social media post that sparked an ugly religious debate, but he has a simple message when asked if he would do it again. ... more
  • 7 hours Police charge man over a series of armed robberies on Central Coast TheMercury
    Police have had to navigate their way around fishing wire and metal spikes while searching a home on NSW's central coast. Over the past six-weeks there has been a number of armed hold-ups at bottle shops across the central coast. On Thursday evening a 42-year-old man was arrested during a vehicle stop on Flathead Road, Ettalong Beach. The man was taken to Gosford Police and charged with four counts of armed robbery with a dangerous weapon and a string of other offences. ... more
  • 7 hours Why grandparents are our most popular form of childcare TheMercury
    Six-year-old Zoe and 74-year-old Wilfred share a special bond. ... more
  • 7 hours Fingers sliced to bone in machete attack TheMercury
    ONE man has had his fingers sliced to the bone by a machete and another has been stabbed in the chest during an altercation near Townsville overnight. ... more
  • 7 hours Sexy swim styles you need for summer TheMercury
    With sleek one-pieces and glittering bikinis, Australian designer brand Bec and Bridge has unveiled its new season swim campaign. ... more
  • 7 hours Perry steals show as Sixers topple Thunder TheMercury
    Peerless Ellyse Perry has produced a stunning all-round masterclass to propel the Sydney Sixers to a 49-run win over Sydney Thunder in a lopsided WBBL season opener. ... more
  • 7 hours Jane Fonda arrested again at climate protests TheMercury
    Actress Jane Fonda has been arrested during climate change protests for the second week in a row. Image: AP ... more
  • 7 hours This trip is one worth bragging about TheMercury
    In case you didn’t get the memo, or have been living under a social media rock, a new phrase has entered into common vocabulary: the travel brag. ... more
  • 7 hours Weather Now TheMercury
    WATCH: Our latest update on the most significant weather impacting Australia. ... more
  • 7 hours At least 62 dead in Afghanistan mosque bombing TheMercury
    At least 62 people have been killed and more than 100 others are injured after a bomb blast targeting worshippers at a village mosque in eastern Afghanistan. Several bombs had been planted in the Mosque before locals arrived to observe Friday prayers. No group has claimed responsibility for the killings but Islamic State is being blamed. Image: AP ... more
  • 7 hours Symphony Hill Gewurztraminer is the hidden jewel of Queensland wine TheMercury
    Courier Mail columnist Des Houghton says the award-winning Symphony Hill 2019 Gewurztraminer shows off the diversity and strength of Queensland’s wine industry. “In a major triumph for the beleaguered Granite Belt, the Symphony Hill 2019 Gewurztraminer snared the gold for a wine made by vineyard owner Ewen Macpherson with the help of rival vintner Marek Ravenscroft,” he said. “The pair had to pitch in and make the wine earlier this year after Symphony Hill chief winemaker Mike Hayes defected to Sirromet Wine in the lead-up to the harvest.” Gewurztraminer - pronounced g e h - v e r t s ... more
  • 9 hours Tyga REACTS To Kylie Jenner’s “Rise & Shine” Sing Along To Baby Stormi! TheMercury |Ent
    Kylie and Travis reunited for a day at the Pumpkin Patch with Stormi Webster but NO they’re not back together…though they ARE living together…you heard that right, i havee the details coming up in a second. Stormi also proved that she totally has a preference for one parent over the other…at least when it comes to music. And Tyga posted a picture that shows he’s definitely paying attention to what Kylie’s up to…I have the details you don’t wanna miss. ... more
  • 9 hours How winning an Oscar changed Regina King’s life TheMercury |Ent
    Exclusive: The day after she was crowned a very popular Oscar winner for her quietly forceful performance in the excellent Barry Jenkins film, If Beale Street Could Talk, Regina King was feeling pretty good about herself. ... more
  • 9 hours Demi Lovato’s Snapchat HACKED & Alleged Nude Photos LEAKED! TheMercury |Ent
    This is unfortunate, Demi Lovato’s snapchat was HACKED and her alleged nudes were posted online…i’m getting to the bottom of this, don’t go anywhere. ... more
  • 9 hours Miley Cyrus REACTS To Liam Hemsworth NEW Relationship & Cody Simpson Releases New Song For Miley! TheMercury |Ent
    Cody Simpson just released that private song he wrote for Miley…and it’s pretty sweet. Plus, Miley claims she is UNBOTHERED by Liam’s new relationship with Maddison…but i’m not buying it. I’m getting into the nitty gritty, stick around. ... more
  • 9 hours Federer not attending Nadal wedding TheMercury |Sport
    Tennis star Rafael Nadal will marry his childhood sweetheart tomorrow at a fortress in Majorca. ... more
  • 9 hours Hughes on Tubby’s path TheMercury |Sport
    You don’t have to be a boy wonder to be an accomplished Test cricketer. ... more
  • 9 hours Cheik mate: From teammates to foes TheMercury |Sport
    The latest chapter in one of rugby’s great rivalries will be written on Saturday when England take on Australia. ... more
  • 9 hours Treasurer’s turf taunt: Sydney’s Everest is ‘bigger & better’ TheMercury |Sport
    Thousands of racegoers will flock to Royal Randwick in the blazing sunshine today for The Everest to be part of what is promising to be Australia’s greatest day of racing. ... more
  • 9 hours ‘Not good enough’: Victory must snap out of funk TheMercury |Sport
    Noted for his bravery, brutally honest Melbourne Victory keeper Lawrence Thomas said he and the team put their hands up amid the club’s early-season plight. ... more
  • 9 hours Confident Wanderers getting use to winning feeling TheMercury |Sport
    Western Sydney Wanderers coach Markus Babbel has lauded his rejuvenated squad after a 2-1 win over Melbourne Victory propelled them to top of the A-League table. ... more
  • 10 hours Wetlands offer poetic inspiration for new book TheMercury |LS
    THREE days spent immersed in the calm beauty of a wetland on Tasmania’s East Coast turned out to be immensely productive for artist Sue Lovegrove and poet Adrienne Eberhard, who have created a book together, The Voice of Water. ... more
  • 10 hours Building your dream home TheMercury |LS
    For those ambitious enough to build your own home, there are plenty of options available to suit every need. To get the brain cells firing, check out the finalists for this year’s NSW HIA-CSR Awards for display homes. ... more
  • 10 hours Bakers give us our daily bread TheMercury |LS
    GIVEN the breadth of where it’s served, you’ve probably eaten a piece of bread baked by Pigeon Whole Bakers. ... more
  • 10 hours Close encounters with charming locals TheMercury |LS
    THE days start early at Bicheno. It’s still dark when I’m woken by loud, insistent whirring calls followed by whistling intakes of breath. The sounds are coming from right outside our bedroom, penetrating the double-glazed windows of our holiday unit. ... more
  • 10 hours Philosophy founded in the waves TheMercury |LS
    EVERY morning when he wakes, Mick Lawrence has a few seconds of normality before he remembers. ... more
  • 10 hours How to Meditate at Your Desk With Deepak Chopra TheMercury |LS
    Deepak Chopra says we should find time to meditate each day, even if that time has to be at the office. He shows you how to ignore the emails–just for a few minutes–and ease your stress at work. Photo: Adam Falk/The Wall Street Journal ... more
  • 10 hours Tasmanian author sails into history TheMercury |LS
    THE great sailing ships of old were called cathedrals in the sea. They towered over the seven oceans, their white-sailed majesty a symbol of hope and the human spirit in the quest for new lands and new lives. The Conway was one such “cathedral” which carried Harley Stanton’s ancestors and countless other immigrants to Australia from European shores in the mid-19th century. ... more
  • 11 hours Miley Cyrus REACTS To Liam Hemsworth NEW Relationship & Cody Simpson Releases New Song For Miley! TheMercury
    Cody Simpson just released that private song he wrote for Miley…and it’s pretty sweet. Plus, Miley claims she is UNBOTHERED by Liam’s new relationship with Maddison…but i’m not buying it. I’m getting into the nitty gritty, stick around. ... more
  • 11 hours Tyga REACTS To Kylie Jenner’s “Rise & Shine” Sing Along To Baby Stormi! TheMercury
    Kylie and Travis reunited for a day at the Pumpkin Patch with Stormi Webster but NO they’re not back together…though they ARE living together…you heard that right, i havee the details coming up in a second. Stormi also proved that she totally has a preference for one parent over the other…at least when it comes to music. And Tyga posted a picture that shows he’s definitely paying attention to what Kylie’s up to…I have the details you don’t wanna miss. ... more
  • 11 hours Demi Lovato’s Snapchat HACKED & Alleged Nude Photos LEAKED! TheMercury
    This is unfortunate, Demi Lovato’s snapchat was HACKED and her alleged nudes were posted online…i’m getting to the bottom of this, don’t go anywhere. ... more
  • 11 hours ‘We Were Just Trying to Play’: Woman Posing as Police Officer Scolds Teens on Texas Playground TheMercury
    A group of teenagers was aggressively scolded by a woman posing as a police officer in Fort Worth, Texas, on October 16 as they a played on a swing in a park. In a video shared to Twitter, a girl can be seen laughing as she used a large round swing at the Dream Park in Fort Worth. Her laughter is interrupted by shouting from a woman off-camera repeatedly saying “stop” and “this is a children’s park.” A blond woman then approaches the girl and slams her hands on the swing to stop it from moving. A girl standing nearby ... more
  • 11 hours ‘THEY’LL PAY FOR THIS’: Powerful words for killers of ‘hero’ Aussie dad TheMercury
    Two men accused of slaying “hero” Australian father Brenton Estorffe as his wife and children slept in their US home “came into the wrong county”, according to police. ... more
  • 11 hours Climate protester scales London’s Big Ben TheMercury
    An Extinction Rebellion protester has scaled scaffolding surrounding London's Big Ben and draped two banners from the structure. ... more
  • 11 hours Fighting in Syrian town despite ceasefire TheMercury
    Shelling has been heard at the Syrian-Turkish border despite a five-day ceasefire agreed between Turkey and the US, as Washington said the deal covered only a small part of the territory Ankara aims to seize. ... more
  • 11 hours Perry exit ‘nothing’ to do with Ukraine TheMercury
    US Energy Secretary Rick Perry says the controversy over the Trump administration's handling of Ukraine has nothing to do with his resignation. ... more
  • 15 hours NASA undertakes first all-female spacewalk TheMercury |Ent
    Two NASA astronauts are set to make history by taking part in the first all-female spacewalk. Jessica Meir and Christina Koch will replace a broken battery charger - a job that will take more than five hours. Image: AP ... more
  • 15 hours Harry haunted by Diana, fears for Meghan TheMercury |Ent
    Prince Harry revealed during a candid interview that he still feels the “festering wounds” left by his mother’s death and that he is constantly reminded of her during royal tours. ... more
  • 15 hours Suzi Q doco celebrates rock pioneer TheMercury |Ent
    Suzi Quatro swears she will never say the f-word again. Farewell, that is. ... more
  • 15 hours Sandilands’ ‘vile’ Virgin Mary comments spark probe TheMercury |Ent
    Exclusive: Controversial radio jock Kyle Sandilands is being investigated by the ACT Human Rights Commission over complaints his “vile” comments about the Virgin Mary amounted to religious vilification and severely ridiculed Christians and their beliefs. ... more
  • 15 hours Mona Foma aims to unite the state TheMercury |Ent
    MONA Foma has launched a monumental and “unprecedented” festival program with more that 400 artists set to inhabit 25 venues throughout the summer festival. ... more
  • 15 hours Superstar plunges from stage TheMercury |Ent
    Lady Gaga fell head over heels off into the audience during the latest date of her Las Vegas residency. ... more
  • 15 hours Seeking Hanks family’s Coast hideout TheMercury |Ent
    HEDGES Ave, Mermaid Beach... possibly sprawling acreage at Byron Bay... maybe the penthouse at Palazzo Versace ... more
  • 15 hours Tears flow as radio host’s run comes to an end TheMercury |Ent
    NOW the show is over, the lingering question remains: what next for popular radio veteran Dave Noonan? ... more
  • 15 hours FNQ rugby club in danger of folding TheMercury |Sport
    One of FNQ Rugby’s most successful clubs is in serious danger of folding. ... more
  • 15 hours Perry stars as Sixers stun Thunder TheMercury |Sport
    Peerless Ellyse Perry has produced a stunning all-round masterclass to propel the Sydney Sixers to a comprehensive 49-run demolition of hometown rival Sydney Thunder in a lopsided WBBL season opener. ... more
  • 15 hours On the punt for Innisfail Cup Day TheMercury |Sport
    Innisfail Cup ... more
  • 15 hours Trainer Jade goes her own way to great effect TheMercury |Sport
    Jade Doolan trains her horses in a manner that may have had her late father George shaking his head but you cannot argue with her results. ... more
  • 15 hours Taumalolo’s Tonga fume after shock flogging TheMercury |Sport
    Tonga were in no mood for talking after the shock flogging that humbled some of the NRL’s biggest names. ... more
  • 15 hours Brazilian brilliance helps Kings bounce Breakers TheMercury |Sport
    Enjoy Didi Louzada’s stay in Sydney while it lasts Kings fans, the Brazilian sensation could be NBA bound before we know it. ... more
  • 15 hours O’Brien keeps Vow to rise from brink TheMercury |Sport
    Danny O'Brien vowed — and almost declared — he would be back in the Group 1 window again. ... more
  • 15 hours Tayla Harris’ savage ‘statement’ KO TheMercury |Sport
    AFLW star Tayla Harris has won the Australian Female Middleweight Title with a stunning second round knockout against kickboxing star Margarite Butcher at the Melbourne Pavilion. ... more
  • 15 hours Taipans upset Wildcats in Perth TheMercury |Sport
    The second half fade outs are over and Cairns are on the board in season 2019-20. ... more
  • 15 hours Thorpe tells students to dream big TheMercury |Sport
    SMASHING records and winning gold is what Ian Thorpe once did, but now the Australian swimming icon is breaking down barriers. ... more
  • 15 hours FNQ rugby club in danger of folding TheMercury
    One of FNQ Rugby’s most successful clubs is in serious danger of folding. ... more
  • 15 hours Why I’ve got an open mind on UFOs and Yowies TheMercury
    YOWIES, UFOs and the universe … for Andre Clayden, the truth is out there. ... more
  • 15 hours PM Johnson bets all on Brexit vote TheMercury
    Britain's exit from the European Union hangs on a knife-edge as Prime Minister Boris Johnson scrambles to persuade doubters to rally behind his last-minute European Union divorce deal in an extraordinary vote in parliament. ... more
  • 15 hours Hong Kong protesters to march ‘illegally’ TheMercury
    Hong Kong pro-democracy campaigners have vowed to stage a major march at the weekend despite police ruling the rally illegal, setting the scene for more potential unrest. ... more
  • 15 hours The Gold Coast’s best restaurants with views TheMercury
    Ocean, mountains or metropolis — when it comes to scenery, the Gold Coast is spoiled for choice. Amber Macpherson finds the top dining destinations for your viewing pleasure. ... more
  • 15 hours The Gold Coast shoes thousands of podiatrists choose TheMercury
    IN 12 years Jeff Coombridge’s footwear business has moved from a sole focus on comfort and support to fashion and style. ... more
  • 15 hours Laws rule out Townsville brothel strip TheMercury
    THREE buildings in Townsville are approved to open as brothels yet not a single one has operated since 2017, with restrictive laws blamed for making them financially unviable. ... more
  • 15 hours Unicorn Festival returns to Gold Coast TheMercury
    GLITTER, rainbows and “unicorn alpacas” — Carrara Markets’ biggest event of the year has returned to the Gold Coast. ... more
  • 15 hours New rule will let kid crims get off free TheMercury
    JUVENILES up to the age of 14 might not face the consequences of any crimes under a proposal backed by Queensland’s peak legal body. ... more
  • 18 hours Tiny town cleans up in tidy awards TheMercury |LS
    A PICTURESQUE town in the state’s North-West is this year’s Keep Australia Beautiful Tidy Town. ... more
  • 18 hours Kristen Stewart: ‘Fame has gotten easier’ TheMercury |LS
    Kristen Stewart was only 17 when filming began on Twilight, the teenage vampire franchise that spawned four sequels and fervent adoration from teens and adults alike, propelling her to a level of superstardom she later admitted she was not entirely prepared for and certainly not comfortable with. ... more
  • 18 hours Poo joggers: Why they do it TheMercury |LS
    While mystery still surrounds the identity of the “poo jogger” who was filmed defecating outside PR queen Roxy Jacenko’s office, recent research has revealed just how common athletes experience gastrointestinal problems while exercising. ... more
  • 18 hours ‘Wild ride’: Woman’s hilarious bra fail TheMercury |LS
    A woman has shared a hilarious online account of the “deathtrap” plastic bra she bought, revealing it lasted mere seconds before it broke and “squashed” her breasts in the process. ... more
  • 18 hours Tasmania’s best fish and chips revealed TheMercury |LS
    A LITTLE food van on the East Coast has netted the title of Tasmania’s best fish and chips. ... more
  • 18 hours Kmart fan beats $548 Dyson TheMercury |LS
    As the weather heats up it’s time to search for a way to stay cool during the summer months that won’t break the bank. ... more
  • 18 hours Mum’s accident during morning ritual TheMercury |LS
    A mum has opened up about the horrifying moment her eyeball fell out of its socket while she was on holiday. ... more
  • 19 hours Treasurer’s taunt: The Everest is ‘bigger & better’ TheMercury
    Thousands of racegoers will flock to Royal Randwick in the blazing sunshine on Saturday for The Everest, to be part of what is promising to be Australia’s greatest day of racing. ... more
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