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Mon 14 Oct 2019

Mum abandons baby born without eyes

Mum abandons baby born without eyes

An orphaned baby born without eyes is in search for a loving home after being abandoned by his young mother.

Woman’s $2.80 bus fare led to $886 fine

Woman’s $2.80 bus fare led to $886 fine

A women who said she can prove she paid her bus fare was fined $885 anyway — all because her mobile phone ran out of juice.

Japan swamped in billion dollar disaster

Japan swamped in billion dollar disaster

A woman who fell during a dramatic helicopter rescue is among at least 35 people who have died after a typhoon left a trail of destruction in Japan.

Sun 13 Oct 2019

Apple analyst predicts what’s to come

Apple analyst predicts what’s to come

APPLE lost its veteran chief designer this year, but a leading forecaster of the company’s next move expects his designs to make a comeback.

Man dies after home power cut

Man dies after home power cut

A MAN whose life depended on a constant supply of oxygen died just 12 minutes after the power to his home was cut, authorities say.

Cruise ship’s close call through canal

Cruise ship’s close call through canal

Incredible video shows the jaw-dropping moment a cruise ship squeezes through a channel so narrow passengers could touch the sides of the canal.

Bali expats reveal their No.1 tip for Aussies

Bali expats reveal their No.1 tip for Aussies

Why waste time on the tourist traps when you can head straight for the hot spots that locals in the know love? Now they’re spilling their secrets.

Sat 12 Oct 2019

True cost of ‘free’ Facebook revealed

True cost of ‘free’ Facebook revealed

For years Facebook proclaimed it was “free and always will be”, but a study suggests the social media site is an expensive addiction.

Hero pilot’s regret on board fatal flight

Hero pilot’s regret on board fatal flight

After just 22 minutes in the air, Captain Tammie Jo Schults faced the fight of her life. Now she’s revealed the single regret from that day.

PM appalled by war grave attacks

PM appalled by war grave attacks

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he is disgusted by anti-Semitic attacks on war graves, both at home and abroad.

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