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Five people are understood to have been killed when a military aircraft crashed on take-off from Malta. The military plane from Luxembourg is believed to have been heading to Libya carrying officials from European Union border agency Frontex. The organisation put out a statement saying it had not deployed the plane, but stopped short of …Read More
A British government report that social media is creating a public health crisis has been criticised by a Christian expert for being one-sided. The Lords and Commons Family and Child Protection Group is hosting a discussion in parliament on the dangers social media poses to young people. Premier News reports 81 per cent of 13- …Read More
Australian cricket captain Steve Smith says selectors are close to settling on the team for the first test against South Africa at the WACA, which gets underway on November 3. He says fast-bowler Mitchell Starc will make his return from a nasty leg injury in the Sheffield Shield this weekend, but that he’ll be under …Read More
A new study says divorce is a major reason for millennials leaving the church. Boundle – a ministry of Focus on the Family – says there is a number of reasons given by millennials for leaving church and the Christian faith – but the one often overlooked is divorce. The Public Religion Research Institute found …Read More
Lifeguards are preparing to scour the New South Wales Far North Coast, for any sign of a shark, which attacked a surfer. The man was in the water near Broken Head when the shark bit his board, and left marks in his thigh. He was taken to hospital by a friend. All beaches in the …Read More
Young Aboriginal boys in the Northern Territory consider going to jail a rite of passage. The Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children has heard youth want to pump iron and “be like their uncles”. Residents in the Arnhem Land community of Groote Eylandt have told the inquiry that boys as young as …Read More
Police and firefighters have dug with their hands to retrieve the body of a 62 -year-old man from a collapsed trench at a shallow-cut opal mine in Central West Queensland. Emergency services were alerted at around 4pm on Saturday after a friend visited the remote site between Winton and Jundah to find the opal miner’s …Read More
Evangelical leaders are warning the Church of England not to stray from the Bible’s teaching on same-sex marriage. The Christian Institute reports, a letter signed by 88 church leaders says “the Bible is clear” that marriage is defined as between one man and one woman and that truth should not be considered of “secondary importance.” …Read More
The All Blacks don’t want history to repeat itself when they face the Wallabies in tonight’s Bledisloe Cup Test at Eden Park. New Zealand is looking to break the record for most consecutive Test wins with an 18th straight victory. Rugby commentator Gordon Bray says the Aussies have stopped them from eclipsing the record in …Read More
It’s still not known when the import ban on a controversial firearm will be lifted. State Police Ministers have failed to make a unanimous decision at a meeting yesterday in Melbourne on how the seven round Adler shotgun should be classified. Until they do, the ban remains in place. Discussions to resolve the issue will …Read More