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Class gap

THREE goals ahead at the break, Liverpool strolled to a victory against a Sydney FC side that appeared to be counting the moments until their holiday could begin.

Manchester attack Police storm Manchester city flats

ARMED police have stormed a block of flats in Manchester’s city centre after an earlier raid netted three new arrests linked to the Ariana Grande concert bombing.

DFAT Australian hostage ‘safe’ in Yemen

Australian hostage ‘safe’ in Yemen

AN Australian man kidnapped in Yemen has been recovered alive after mediation with local tribes, says Foreign Minister Julie Bishop.

Verdict ‘One-punch’ law: Charged man guilty

‘One-punch’ law: Charged man guilty

THE first man charged under the state government’s “one-punch” laws after fatally hitting another man outside a party in 2014 has been found guilty.

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Program shock ABC axes Yassmin’s TV show

OUTSPOKEN activist Yassmin Abdel-Magied’s ABC show has been given the chop just a month after she posted disrespectful comments about Anzac Day on Facebook.

‘Too long’ ‘One shocking discovery after another’

‘One shocking discovery after another’

THE partner of murdered Lindt Cafe siege hostage Tori Johnson has described the inquest’s findings into the deadly Lindt siege as shocking. This comes as Coroner Michael Barnes detailed the fatal ten-minute wait for police action following Monis’ first shot.

Manchester victims ’Keep smiling, mummy loves you’

’Keep smiling, mummy loves you’

HER face made world headlines as her mother tried to find her. Now it has been confirmed that Olivia Campbell has died in the Manchester terror attack.

Disneyland pics Rebel reveals her uncle, Walt Disney

Rebel reveals her uncle, Walt Disney

UPDATE: JUST when it looked as though Rebel Wilson’s defamation trial couldn’t get any more Hollywood, she told us about her uncle, Walt Disney. SEE THE PICS

RendezView When bullying is from within it hurts all the more

WHO needs enemies when those within your own community are so willing to throw stones, writes Shannon Molloy.

RendezView Downplaying terrorism makes us all easy victims

THE civilised world recoils in horror at the latest slaughter of innocent lives yet we continue to be sitting ducks by downplaying the threat of terrorism, writes Miranda Devine.

Fast fashion Topshop/Topman into voluntary administration

FAST fashion retailer Topshop/Topman has been placed into voluntary administration due to rising debt levels, putting hundreds of jobs at risk.

Planning issues Islamic school urged to quit plans

PENRITH Council has asked the applicant proposing an Islamic school for the CBD to withdraw its application on planning grounds ahead of Sunday’s protest rally.

Lowdown SuperCoach teams analysis round 12

THE most important round of the SuperCoach season so far is here, with Origin players out and half the teams on the bye.

Mercy dash Infant falls from second-storey window

A ONE-YEAR-OLD boy has suffered a potentially serious head injury in a fall at a home in the lower Blue Mountains.


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For every nail in the bomb, there was an act of kindness

THE haunted faces of child survivors of the Manchester horror could make you think the cowards had won, writes Wendy Tuohy. But they didn’t.

New series Erin’s risqué way of meeting people

Erin’s risqué way of meeting people

WHEN Erin Molan went to break the ice with her co-host Dave Thornton on Channel 9’s 20 To One, she put her hands up in the air, with a ball in each.

Urgent meeting Schapelle caught in stand-off

Schapelle caught in stand-off

SCHAPELLE Corby has gone head-to-head with Bali authorities, who are demanding she report to prosecutors before her deportation.

’Phoenix operation’ ‘What you did ... you got away with’

‘What you did ... you got away with’

EXCLUSIVE: Deputy ATO boss Michael Cranston told his son Adam “what you did in the past you got away with”, according to excerpts from phone taps allegedly recorded by police.

Anfield magic Ten most memorable Liverpool matches

Ten most memorable Liverpool matches

FROM Anfield to Istanbul, Wembley and Camp Nou, here are 10 Liverpool matches that — Reds fans or not — won’t be forgotten in a hurry.

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Historic home

THIS Beauty Point home has all the features you might expect from a north shore home on the market for $2.5 million. But wait until you see what’s in the backyard.

Ingles announces retirement

Ingles announces retirement

Netball: Renee Ingles will retire from professional netball at the end of the regular season.

'This is a place where we stand strong together ' - Manchester poet performs at vigil

'This is a place where we stand strong together ' - Manchester poet performs at vigil

Local poet Tony Walsh performs poem of unity at Manchester vigil after Monday's bombing. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Reds takeover ANZ Stadium

Reds takeover ANZ Stadium

Football: Daniel Garb is live from ANZ Stadium ahead of the friendly between Liverpool and Sydney FC.

Trump arrives at Vatican to meet Pope Francis

Trump arrives at Vatican to meet Pope Francis

U.S. President Donald Trump arrived at the Vatican for talks with one of his most high-profile critics, Pope Francis. Rough cut (No reporter narration)

Tedesco wants to rub it in Maroons’ faces

NSW star fullback James Tedesco wants to “rub it in Queensland’s faces” this year and help create a 10-year winning dynasty for the Blues.

Speaking out Bird denies chasing big bucks at Broncos

JACK Bird has broken his silence on signing a lucrative contract at Brisbane, admitting he would’ve joined Newcastle if his decision was about money.

NRL Daily: Big guns hit training paddock

NRL DAILY: BOTH teams had the opportunity to renew acquaintances and begin plans for taking down the opposition next week.

Lowdown SuperCoach teams analysis round 12

THE most important round of the SuperCoach season so far is here, with Origin players out and half the teams on the bye.

Origin Bob Katter’s stunning Origin sledge on Boyd

OUTSPOKEN Queensland politician Bob Katter has issued an extraordinary press release in which he slams Darius Boyd, and claims he will lodge a complaint over Billy Slater’s Maroons omission.


Parliament drama Barnaby helps out boots and all

NOT all heroes wear capes — some wear Akubra hats. Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce has leapt into action to aid a woman who lost her footing and fell into a pond.

Signing off Ex-Wallaby skipper quits, heads to North Pole

WALLABIES and Waratahs lock Dean Mumm has announced he will hang up the rugby boots at the end of the season — and replace them with snow shoes.

Downhill racing Skateboard ‘shredders’ need for speed

VIDEO: Skateboard racers say going faster than 100km/h on a plank of wood on a public road is not just for people with a death wish. You be the judge.

Donald Trump meets Pope Francis

THEY’VE had public clashes in the past, with Donald Trump labelling Pope Francis “disgraceful” after he criticised the president’s policies. Now they’ve met face-to-face.

Lindt Siege ’We should have gone in earlier’

After the Lindt Siege coroner criticised NSW Police for waiting so long to storm the cafe, Commissioner Mick Fuller has announced a major policy shift.

Lindt Siege Psychiatrist gave police ‘erroneous’ advice

POLICE underestimated the deadly threat posed by Lindt Cafe gunman Man Monis partly because they relied too heavily on questionable advice from a consultant psychiatrist, the NSW Coroner has found.

Lindt Siege Coroner’s verdict on key figures

MAN Haron Monis had “no concern” that the Lindt siege would end with hostages dying, the NSW Coroner has said in appraising the roles of key players in the incident.

Transcript Lindt Coroner: Inquest findings in full

‘The Lindt Cafe Siege was a terrorist incident,’ ruled Coroner Michael Barnes today as he delivered his verdict today. WARNING - IT’S PRETTY LONG.

Money matters Sponsors mute on cricketers’ threat

CRICKET’S major sponsors went to ground today as the escalating pay war opened the door for their rivals to access Australia’s best players.

Medical condition Kyle Chalmers to undergo heart surgery

KYLE Chalmers says that while the timing of his heart surgery is far from ideal, he has reached a point where it is a must to ensure he is at his best for the Commonwealth Games.

UFC 213 Aussie to fight for UFC title

AUSTRALIA’S Robert Whittaker will get a shot at UFC gold with the 26-year old booked to face Yoel Romero at UFC 213 for the interim middleweight title.

Flying object S Korea fires warning shots at N Korea

SOUTH Korea has fired warning shots into North Korea after an unidentified object entered its airspace.

Booze ‘I haven’t had a drink in 20 years’

WOOLLAHRA councillor and Liberal Party identify Anthony Marano has revealed why he decided to give up booze; the drug of choice among Australians that kills 18 people every day.

NRL Baird’s exit leaves Lottoland in limbo

SEA Eagles co-owner Scott Penn said that State Government ownership could see a significant expansion in line with the club’s original plans for a 20,000-seat state-of-the-art facility.

More high-rise ‘Suburb sellout for short term gain’

DERELICT for close to ten years, the grounds of Macquarie Boys’ High School could once again be buzzing with a new proposal that will fill the 19 ha with homes.

Food savers OzHarvest sets up in Liverpool

THE OzHarvest truck will be delivering food and nutrition and food waste education in southwest Sydney, helped by the Liverpool Street University and the Ted Noffs Foundation.

Beds for pets These pets need urgent bedding

THE RSPCA Care Centre at Rouse Hill, which handles hundreds of abandoned or lost pets each month, is in urgent need of bedding for their many animals.

Planning issues Islamic school urged to quit plans

PENRITH Council has asked the applicant proposing an Islamic school for the CBD to withdraw its application on planning grounds ahead of Sunday’s protest rally.

Trapped Snared dog puts fox traps in focus

A PROJECT to track foxes is being reviewed after a pet dog was caught in one of the traps. The council has apologised after the dog was rushed to a vet- and put the trial on hold.

Dirty secrets of Qantas first class passengers

Inside story Dirty secrets of Qantas first class passengers

IT’S the exclusive airport domain of luxury travellers, frequented by celebs and rich-listers. Now the lid’s been lifted on what happens inside.

The big downside of cheap flights

Travel advice The big downside of cheap flights

WE all love a bargain - but those discount fares can wind up leaving you out of pocket, cranky, confused, and stranded at the airport.