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Two rural New South Wales towns are bracing for floodwaters to hit their highest point this afternoon. An evacuation order is in place for Forbes’ north, east, south-west and CBD with the Lachlan River expected to peak later today. Becky Gollings from the SES says residents who haven’t left, risk being cut off by floodwaters. Residents at …Read More
Queensland police have spent a fourth day at the home of the alleged killer of Tiahleigh Palmer. Forensic officers have been at the 2 hectare property at Chambers Flat, south of Brisbane, in the search for evidence. It’s where murdered Logan schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer lived with her foster family, prior to her remains being found 11 …Read More
Melbourne and Cronulla will contest the NRL grand final, after the Storm defeated Canberra 14-12 in a thrilling contest at AAMI park. The Raiders closed to gap to within 2 points with a try in the 76th minute, but couldn’t find another way through. The result means Melbourne are back in the showpiece event, for …Read More
The issue of religious freedom in Nepal has been raised at the UN this week as eight Christians become the first case to challenge the country’s new constitution. According to Christian Today, the group – which was helping children through the trauma of last year’s earthquake – is alleged to have violated laws on conversion …Read More
Detectives say the home of Tiahleigh Palmer’s foster family will remain a crime scene for several days. They’re searching for evidence after charging the Thorburn family over the 12-year-old girl’s murder, including her foster father, Rick Thorburn. Detective Inspector Damien Hansen says officers will remain at their property, south of Brisbane, where excavators are being used to …Read More
Churches across the US state of North Carolina are holding prayer services as the state’s Governor declares a state of emergency over increasingly violent protests. Premier News reports anger has built over the deadly police shooting of 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott by a black police officer, and the differing accounts from authorities and Mr Scott’s …Read More
La Trobe Valley residents say the Andrews Government needs to urgently come up with a jobs plan for the region with the pending closure of the Hazelwood Power Station. The French owners of the brown coal fired station are expected to announce next month that the plant will close in April next year – costing up …Read More
A once-in-a-generation flood has residents in the NSW central-western town of Forbes preparing to evacuate their homes. The flood is expected to be the worst to hit the town since 132 houses were damaged in 1990, as recent heavy rains have saturated large inland parts of the state. The SES has advised residents to prepare …Read More
Jobe Watson has ended months of speculation about his future by confirming he’ll play next AFL season. The Essendon captain is among 34 past and present Bombers players banned this season for doping. He is the last of the 17 still on AFL lists to confirm their intentions before the suspension expires. Watson says going …Read More
Labor Leader Bill Shorten is convinced the same-sex marriage plebiscite will divide Australia and be a waste of money, but Shadow Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus may have a compromise. Mr Dreyfus is scheduled to meet Attorney-General George Brandis in Brisbane on Monday, and says he wants to first strip the $15 million of public funding for …Read More