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    Howard shuts down question over Phelps email


    October 18, 2018. Former Prime Minister John Howard shuts down a question about an email smear campaign against Wentworth candidate Kerryn Phelps in Sydney. Mr Howard says the email is “disgusting” and deserves to be treated with contempt but refuses...

    October 18, 2018. Former Prime Minister John Howard shuts down a question about an email smear campaign against Wentworth candidate Kerryn Phelps in Sydney. Mr Howard says the email is “disgusting” and deserves to be treated with contempt but refuses to answer further questions on the subject. “Don’t anybody try and slur the Liberal Party with this,” he says.

    Howard shuts down question over Phelps email


    October 18, 2018. Former Prime Minister John Howard shuts down a question about an email smear campaign against Wentworth candidate Kerryn Phelps in Sydney. Mr Howard says the email is “disgusting” and deserves to be treated with contempt but refuses...

    October 18, 2018. Former Prime Minister John Howard shuts down a question about an email smear campaign against Wentworth candidate Kerryn Phelps in Sydney. Mr Howard says the email is “disgusting” and deserves to be treated with contempt but refuses to answer further questions on the subject. “Don’t anybody try and slur the Liberal Party with this,” he says.

    Michael Clarke on the state of Australian Cricket and his time as former captain


    October 18,2018. Former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke speaks to the media in Canberra about Australian cricket, coach Justin Langer, the ball tampering drama and his new life. He also reflects on the culture when he played a hard form of the...

    October 18,2018. Former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke speaks to the media in Canberra about Australian cricket, coach Justin Langer, the ball tampering drama and his new life. He also reflects on the culture when he played a hard form of the game when he began his test career at twenty one with Warne, McGrath, Ponting and Waugh. (AAP Video/Marc Tewksbury)

    New weapon catching out drivers


    JUST as we have technology that allows authorities to determine if someone is driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, police are trialling a gadget that tells them if a motorist is experiencing another common cause of road incidents —...

    JUST as we have technology that allows authorities to determine if someone is driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, police are trialling a gadget that tells them if a motorist is experiencing another common cause of road incidents — tiredness.

    Banning muslim immigration a ‘disgrace’: Coleman


    Immigration Minister David Coleman says a push for Australia to ban immigrants Muslim immigrants is 'appalling and disgraceful.' On Thursday, all the major parties, including One Nation, voted against Katter Australia Senator Fraser Annings' motion to...

    Immigration Minister David Coleman says a push for Australia to ban immigrants Muslim immigrants is 'appalling and disgraceful.' On Thursday, all the major parties, including One Nation, voted against Katter Australia Senator Fraser Annings' motion to hold a plebiscite on whether Australia should Muslim immigration. Mr Coleman told Sky News Australia is a thriving multicultural country and Senator Annings' motion is 'nothing short of a disgrace.'

    Howard’s pitch to ‘grumpy’ Liberal voters


    October 18, 2018. Former Prime Minister John Howard makes a last minute pitch to “grumpy” Liberal voters, describing Dave Sharma as an “outstanding” candidate. Mr Howard says the seat’s usual Liberal voters cannot risk a protest vote in...

    October 18, 2018. Former Prime Minister John Howard makes a last minute pitch to “grumpy” Liberal voters, describing Dave Sharma as an “outstanding” candidate. Mr Howard says the seat’s usual Liberal voters cannot risk a protest vote in Saturday’s upcoming by-election and see Wentworth delivered to an independent as it would rob the government of a working majority and could lead to a Labor government at the next election. “I want to say to any normal Liberal voters in Wentworth, who may be a bit grumpy at the present time, who may feel a little bit disillusioned, you cannot risk a protest vote,” he says.

    Island for the price of a city home


    FOR the median price of house in Fig Tree Pocket in Brisbane, or Minyama on the Sunshine Coast, you can purchase an entire island at the...

    FOR the median price of house in Fig Tree Pocket in Brisbane, or Minyama on the Sunshine Coast, you can purchase an entire island at the Whitsundays.

    Gavin gives Meghan a pasta necklace


    Gavin, a fan of the Duchess of Sussex, made her a pasta necklace she later...

    Gavin, a fan of the Duchess of Sussex, made her a pasta necklace she later wore.

    Will Genia win it? Heavyweight battle for John Eales Medal


    WILL Genia is a slight favourite to deny the inspirational David Pocock and land his first John Eales Medal as a raft of big name Wallabies jostle for Australian rugby’s highest individual...

    WILL Genia is a slight favourite to deny the inspirational David Pocock and land his first John Eales Medal as a raft of big name Wallabies jostle for Australian rugby’s highest individual honour.

    A young girl meets Prince Harry in Melbourne


    October 18, 2018. Delanah Schelbach, 9, happily skipped school to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Melbourne, Thursday, October 18, 2018. Delanah told reporters that Prince Harry asked for her name after gifting him a bouquet of Australian flowers....

    October 18, 2018. Delanah Schelbach, 9, happily skipped school to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in Melbourne, Thursday, October 18, 2018. Delanah told reporters that Prince Harry asked for her name after gifting him a bouquet of Australian flowers. "I thought that was really special," she said. (AAP VIDEO/Christine McGinn)