World News

Sat 21 Sep 2019

Naked photos palace deemed ‘unjustifiable’

Naked photos palace deemed ‘unjustifiable’

On September 7, 1994, a German newspaper published nudes of a royal family member, so shocking they sent the palace into crisis mode.

US-Aust lunar project brings SA investment

US-Aust lunar project brings SA investment

South Australian Premier Steven Marshall is over the moon that Australia will support the US lunar project, saying it will be a great investment for the state

Famed digger's statue to grace White House

Famed digger's statue to grace White House

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has given US President Donald Trump a bronze sculpture of the WWII soldier he sees as symbolising ties between the two countries.

What happened when mob finally ‘stormed’ Area 51

What happened when mob finally ‘stormed’ Area 51

More than two million people were planning to attend today’s “storming” of super-secret US military base Area 51 — but something surprising happened.

Megan attends wedding in $16,400 frock

Megan attends wedding in $16,400 frock

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry joined A-list guests to celebrate the wedding of fashion designer Misha Nonoo in Italy.

Dad hasn't told kids their mum died nearly two years ago

Dad hasn't told kids their mum died nearly two years ago

“This might sound strange to some people, but I’ve not told any of my kids that their mum is not coming back."

JLo breaks the internet with iconic dress

JLo breaks the internet with iconic dress

Jennifer Lopez has officially broken the internet after she slipped into the same Versace dress she wore 20 years ago, looking better than ever.

Norton spills on ‘annoying’ celebrities

Norton spills on ‘annoying’ celebrities

Keeping company with Tinsel Town’s most beautiful people isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, according to Graham Norton.

How Iran’s Saudi ‘attack’ was exposed

How Iran’s Saudi ‘attack’ was exposed

Iran said it had nothing to do with the attack on a Saudi Arabia oilfield. But according to global officials, these are the facts that exposed that as a lie.

Fears for travel firm’s collapse

Fears for travel firm’s collapse

Thousands would be stranded worldwide, triggering a $1 billion global repatriation effort, if one of the world’s biggest travel firms goes bust.

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