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Wentworth by-election loss was the price for switching leaders, says Scott Morrison - ABC News

Scott Morrison has told the Liberal Party it must own the disastrous Wentworth by-election result, saying it paid "a big price" for its latest leadership coup. Key points: Independent Kerryn Phelps will become the next Member for Wentworth; The ...

'Unacceptable': Saudi account of Khashoggi killing is widely denounced - The Sydney Morning Herald

Istanbul: Turkey will "never allow a cover-up" of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul, a senior official in Turkey's ruling party said Saturday, reflecting international scepticism over the Saudi ...

Man killed by lightning in NSW - Chronicle

Emergency services were called to Comobella Road at Guerie, near Dubbo, just after 2pm on Saturday following reports a man had been struck by lightning. Paramedics assessed the 53-year-old but he had died at the scene. "Unfortunately there wasn't ...

Huge crowd turns out in London to demand a 'people's vote' on Brexit - The Guardian

Hundreds of thousands of protesters descended on central London to demand a final say on the terms of the Brexit deal in one of the largest protests against leaving the European Union. Organisers estimated a crowd of at least 670,000, a much larger ...

Honda, not VAR, took centre stage in Melbourne last night - The Roar

It was not a superhero story last night for Keisuke Honda on A-League debut, but it was a nightmare night for referee Kurt Ams and his video assistant. Veteran Japanese international Honda couldn't drag Victory back after a Riley McGree goal and a VAR ...

NSW surfer socks shark in the head to free his arm from its jaws - The New Daily

A bodysurfer who suffered a serious shark bite channelled star surfer Mick Fanning by punching the shark in the head to scare it off. Paul Kenny, 50, was surfing at Samurai Beach near Port Stephens just north of Newcastle in New South Wales, when he ...

Supermodel Gemma Ward steals the show at Caulfield Cup Day - Daily Telegraph

THE Caulfield Cup may be one of the biggest carnivals on the Australian racing calendar, but Saturday was all about the fashion. An exclusive trackside event, hosted by David Jones, saw a gaggle of 250 very important people, including supermodels ...

Royal Tour, Day 5: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry visit Hyde Park for Invictus Games - NEWS.com.au

PRINCE Harry has raised a crowd of 4000 competitors, family members and dignitaries to their feet at the Invictus Games opening ceremony as he walked on stage to officially open the Games. “Hello Sydney, hello Australia, and hello Invictus,” he said.

Amritsar Tragedy Police Case Names No One But Event Organisers Go Missing - NDTV

A day after 61 people were killed under a speeding train during a Dussehra event in Amritsar, the Government Railway Police (GRP) registered a first information report against unidentified people on the grounds that the accused in the case were yet to ...

'Mention of the cat is degrading': Assange sues over Ecuador terms - The Sydney Morning Herald

Quito: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is suing Ecuador's Foreign Minister Jose Valencia over new rules of conduct imposed as a condition for him to remain at the country's embassy in London, according to his lawyer. The rules violate Assange's ...