National News

Thu 16 Aug 2018

Mayo claim that sparked an uproar

Mayo claim that sparked an uproar

THIS article about mayonnaise left the internet baffled and bewildered. How did one humble condiment stir up so much drama?

Hanson says Anning went too far but backs ban

Hanson says Anning went too far but backs ban

PAULINE Hanson says Senator Fraser Anning went too far in his White Australia comments but supports a Muslim ban.

Sex robots are the new ‘marriage aids’

Sex robots are the new ‘marriage aids’

A CANADIAN scientist has claimed sex robots may soon become as vital to modern homes as a microwave oven, serving as “marriage aids” in and out of the bedroom.

Worker dies in construction trench

Worker dies in construction trench

A WORKER has died after becoming stuck in a construction trench at a Melbourne work site this afternoon.

Aldi boss makes  big confession

Aldi boss makes big confession

THE famously secretive German goliath has been accused of being ‘secretive’ in the past by its critic and rivals. Maybe they have a point.

NBN dumps bush broadband price hike

premium_icon NBN dumps bush broadband price hike

THE National Broadband Network has ditched plans to jack up the cost of broadband in regional Australia, backing away from comments made by its chief financial...

13yo mum hid bump under school uniform

13yo mum hid bump under school uniform

EMMA managed to keep her pregnancy a secret for nine months and went into labour while doing her homework.

Older