18 Oct 14 - News News
The Bachelor: Blake and Louise 'have exciting news for you'
news.com.au reported last week the couple were an item. The pair are pictured holding hands and smiling at each other in an online video for women's magazine Woman's Day.
Lifetime Eels deal news to Jarryd Hayne camp
By now Jarryd Hayne has said his emotional farewell to his family, friends and loved ones - he did that on Saturday night at a bash in Leichhardt - and Los Angeles is his next stop.
'We've got some very exciting news': The Bachelor's Louise and Blake speak out
The Bachelor Australia's Blake Garvey and second runner-up Louise Pillidge are ready to reveal all about their relationship - in a no doubt highly-paid-for magazine exclusive.
Weather warning in place as thunderstorm hits Perth
People have been warned to take precautions after a severe thunderstorm hit the Perth metropolitan area. The State Emergency Service had received more than 50 calls for assistance by 5:30pm this afternoon, as heavy rain, large hailstones and ...
World News Update, what you need to know
KURDISH fighters backed by a flurry of US-led air strikes are still holding out against jihadists in Kobane, as an Islamic State offensive on the Syrian border town entered its second month.
Catholic synod: Pope Francis setback on gay policy
Speaking after the vote, Pope Francis told attendees that he would have been "worried and saddened" if there had not been "animated discussions" or if "everyone had been in agreement or silent in a false and acquiescent peace", AP news agency reported.
Student dies in 'unprovoked' assault outside Melbourne fast food restaurant
Police are speaking to two men over the death of a male student in inner Melbourne early this morning. Joshua Hardy, a 21-year-old student from Parkville, was allegedly thrown to the ground and kicked in the head by two men, outside a fast food ...
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop discusses downing of MH17 with Russian ...
Russian president Vladimir Putin has responded cooperatively to Australia's request for investigators to be given further access to the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine, Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop says.
Islamic State: Former Iraqi pilots training militants to fly captured warplanes
Former Iraqi pilots who have now joined Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria are training members of the group to fly captured fighter jets, a group monitoring the war says.
Hurricane Gonzalo hits Bermuda, sailor killed at St Maarten
Hurricane Gonzalo made a direct hit on Bermuda late Friday as a strong category two storm which cut electricity to thousands of residents.
Travellers have lost $100000 in scams this year, ACCC says
The consumer watchdog is warning people to be alert to bogus travel deals after receiving 1,650 complaints about travel scams this year, with a total of $100,000 reportedly lost.
Space plane: Mysterious US military plane returns to Earth
An unmanned US plane on a top-secret, two-year mission to space has returned to Earth and landed in California. The aircraft, resembling a miniature space shuttle and known as the Orbital Test Vehicle or X-37B, spent 674 days in orbit around the planet.
Could this technology find missing Malaysian Flight MH370?
In a statement to news.com.au this week, the ATSB confirmed Mr Gingis'story. The bureau also confirmed it was in possession of the relevant archival satellite images but had not engaged anyone to examine the images for airline vapour trails left by MH370.
Live news broadcast in Las Vegas interrupted by very sassy dancing boy
You know the type - they usually wave hello to the camera or flash something that shouldn't be seen on the news. But this kid brings limelight larceny to a whole new level, devilishly pulling focus from a live news cross with fierce dance moves and a ...
Hurricane Gonzalo blacks out most of Bermuda
The category 2 hurricane caused flooding, felled trees, knocked down power lines and damaged buildings, including the island's main hospital.
Wookie leaks: Star Wars VII
Probably won't happen. As Jay Carlson, editor-in-chief of news site Indie Revolver, points out, Hamill's beard is incompatible with concept drawings of the villain.
Unknown link between common viral infections and autoimmune disease found
A previously unknown link between common viral infections and autoimmune disease has been discovered by WA scientists. A study undertaken by the University of WA and the Lions Eye Institute that focused on Sjogren's syndrome found chronic viral ...
Hong Kong protests: Mong Kok camp retaken from police
Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong have retaken streets in the Mong Kok district, just hours after they were cleared by the authorities.
Vice News announces Australian expansion
Vice News is a media organisation focussing on a youth audience and aims to uncover the underreported stories around the world, using an immersive storytelling style and digital journalism techniques including livestreaming, drones and Google Glass.
Nepal avalanche search resumes as survivors share their stories
Canadian Mark Schwartz started the Facebook page when he heard the news on October 15, believing his sister Virginia might have been affected by the storms.
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