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Teen girl driving home from night shift slams car into a truck
P-plater driver slammed her car into the rear of a stationary tow truckThe woman, 19, had been heading home after night shift when she crashedForced the closure of Coolart Road on Victoria's Mornington PeninsulaThe accident prompted warning from local police to take care on the roads
Del Frisco’s to Close Gold Coast Chicago Steakhouse After Nearly Seven Years
Come January, Chicagoans will have one fewer downtown steakhouse.Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak Houseis leaving the former Esquire theater space in the Gold Coast. The impending shutter also means the third-floor bar, theEsquire Champagne Room, is closing. While therestaurant debuted in 2012, the b
Man impaled on table leg in Grindr date gone wrong - PinkNews
New South Wales Police Force are seeking the man pictured after another man, who it is believed he went on a date with, was impaled on a table leg. (NSW Police Force)
Dad slams shop for ruining son’s birthday cake with 'disgraceful' decoration
"I explained to them we wanted a frog theme, as my son loves frogs. They told me it could done, no worries at all.
Labor's republic plan described as a 'slap in the face' for Indigenous Australians
Laborannounced on the weekendthat, if elected, it will commit to holding a public ballot on the republic in its first term of government.
Baby 'bashed by father at home' suffers brain, neck and rib injuries
A newborn baby has suffered a serious brain injury after allegedly being assaulted by her father inside a Western Sydney home.The 25-year-old man was arrested and charged with reckless grievous bodily harm on Tuesday over the alleged vicious assault of the four-week-old baby.Police first became awar
Scott Morrison tells Joko Widodo Australia will decide on embassy move by Christmas
The embassy row has become a problem for Scott Morrison, who met with the Indonesian president, Joko Widodo. Photograph: Mick Tsikas/AAP
Labor accuses Peter Dutton of lying to politicise national security
Peter Dutton said law enforcement agencies need access to information contained in encrypted messages, such as WhatsApp, to fill the gap in their surveillance capacity. Photograph: Mike Bowers for the Guardian
Where to Get a Decent Pork Chop in Chicago
Trust a steakhouse to treat a good chop with the respect it deserves — slow roasting over a wood fire with some garlic butter and herbs. Then trust it to push things to a luxe extreme, in this case with a hefty marrowbone and an earthy truffle jus.$35. 8 W. Maple St., Gold Coast
Crossbenchers to push forward with bill for anti-corruption body
Federal crossbenchers will introduce a bill in weeks for a national integrity commission, with wide-ranging powers covering politicians, agencies, lobbyists and private contractors where they are directly dealing with government, such as the NDIS.
Dad blasts bakers who made son’s pathetic birthday cake
Shane Hallford ordered the cake from a Woolworths store in Tamworth, New South Wales on Sunday, three days before his son Mason’s big day.
Police seize $100,000 in drugs headed to Gold Coast ahead of schoolies
A five-month operation resulted in the seizure of packaged ice, cocaine, MDMA, LSD, cannabis and other drugs. Firearms were also seized.
Half of Australia's emissions increase linked to WA's Gorgon LNG plant
Under its agreement with the Western Australian government, the energy giant is required to capture 80% of emissions from an underwater gas field over a five-year period and inject them into a reservoir 2km under Barrow Island. The Minerals Council of Australia chief executive, Tania Constable, last
Australia-Indonesia free trade deal signing delayed – politics live
And we knew, even if our government was saying it wasn’t, that the Israeli embassy shift was one of the reasons it had yet to be signed by Indonesia.
Queensland mine laws would leave more than 200 voids across the state
Mine rehabilitation laws expected to be passed by theQueenslandparliament this week would allow coalminers to leave more than 200 voids as pockmarks on the state’s landscape.In recent days the mining sector, in a campaign backed by both the Queensland Resources Council and the Construction, Forestry
Government under fire over rush to promote new power generation
The energy minister, Angus Taylor, has suggested the government may underwrite investment in new power generation andindemnify coal projects against the future risk of a carbon price.
Zozosuit: The bizarre spandex bodysuit revolutionizing the fashion industry
The Zozosuit is an at-home measurement system that allows you to buy clothes online tailored for only one body: yours. Ian Knighton/CNET Dear God. That's my first thought as I wriggle into the black, skin-tight catsuit. I look ready to perform motion-capture for Lord of the Rings. I pull the leggi
Greens fear Labor set to pass donation bill despite advice on state law loophole
The charity sector and the Greens both expect the bill, currently before the Senate, to pass with bipartisan support after a flurry of government amendments designed toaddress Labor’s concernitwill override state bans on political donations from developersand stricter caps on donations, expenditure
Shocking moment two maximum security inmates launch into brutal brawl
Two maximum security inmates have been caught on camera viciously brawling against a chain-link fence.The bloody fight took place between convicted murderer Joseph Gatt, 28, and Damien George, 35, in January 2016 in New South Wales' Goulburn Jail.Footage of the prison yard brawl emerged on Sunday, w
Senate knocks back Peter Dutton's move to limit asylum seeker rights
On Tuesday evening the Senate voted 33 to 29 against extending the reach of the fast-track process, with Labor, the Greens, Centre Alliance and Tim Storer combining to pass a disallowance motion moved by Greens senator Nick McKim.