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Sat 4 Jul 2020

Murderous babysitter’s haunting messages

Murderous babysitter’s haunting messages

Hunter MacIntosh’s mum left him in the care of a regular babysitter. But her last text, asking if he was asleep, went unanswered.

UFC world mourns tragic death

UFC world mourns tragic death

The entire MMA world has been left reeling after the shocking news Khabib Nurmagomedov’s father had lost his COVID-19 battle.

Prince Andrew could be ‘covert target’

Prince Andrew could be ‘covert target’

US authorities’ insistence that Prince Andrew turn up for a face-to-face interview have led to claims he could be a ‘covert target’ following Maxwell's arrest.

Paramedic’s shock call out to dying relative

Paramedic’s shock call out to dying relative

An ambulance service officer had no idea she would be spending her last moments with her father after she received a call about a sick patient.

Fri 3 Jul 2020

‘Don’t like this’: Airline’s face shields fail to impress

‘Don’t like this’: Airline’s face shields fail to impress

If you thought masks on a plane and some disinfectant wipes were as bad as flying will get post-pandemic, think again.

Mystery surrounds mass elephant deaths

Mystery surrounds mass elephant deaths

Hundreds of elephants have suddenly died in a “conservation disaster” for the vulnerable population. WARNING: Graphic images.

Maxwell to turn on high-profile sex ring

Maxwell to turn on high-profile sex ring

Within hours of Jeffrey Epstein’s former girlfriend’s arrest, prosecutors say they expect her to turn on other high-profile sex ring suspects.

Prince Andrew under pressure after arrest

Prince Andrew under pressure after arrest

With another dramatic development in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal overnight, Prince Andrew has been left “bewildered” by new claims.

China’s warning shot at PM’s $270b defensive move

premium_icon China’s warning shot at PM’s $270b defensive move

As tensions between Australia and China simmer, Beijing has warned against Canberra’s $270 billion defence spending spree.

Zuckerberg on advertisers: ‘They’ll be back’

premium_icon Zuckerberg on advertisers: ‘They’ll be back’

The Facebook boss tells employees that the advertisers who have fled the platform will return. But he didn’t sound like he’d quite convinced himself.

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