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Pauline Hanson’s ‘pain in her backside’
PAULINE Hanson has described Rod Culleton as a “pain in the backside”, and despite being disqualified from the Senate he’s continuing to cause her pain.
Tigerair chaos as Bali flights cancelled
HUNDREDS of travellers’ holiday plans are in disarray after all Tigerair flights in and out of Bali were cancelled again today and early tomorrow.
$20 million payout for blackouts
ABOUT half of all households plunged into darkness by last month’s extended blackout in South Australia will receive payouts.
‘Hang on, aren’t we all boat people£’
THE annual Australia Day lamb ad has become an Aussie tradition. But the latest one has been dubbed the most political one to date.
Boy pulled from pond dies after nine-day fight
A FAMILY is reeling after their two-year-old boy died in hospital following him being found unconscious in a pond in Fairfield West.
’I don’t want to die here, not alone’
THE Afghan Taliban has released a video showing an Australian hostage pleading with the US government to negotiate with his captors.
RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today
A 500-YEAR-OLD prophecy made by ‘Italian Nostradamus’ Matteo Tafuri appears to be coming true, sparking fears the world is about to end.
Bankrupt Culleton loses his job
THE One Nation senator has officially lost his position after a Federal Court ruling, ending months of turmoil for the One Nation party.
‘They’re not sipping champagne’
EMBATTLED minister Sussan Ley has said private flights are not an extravagant way to get to work, as her 2015 bill of $83,000 was revealed.
Heatwave causes power outage across Sydney
ALMOST 9000 homes across Sydney and the NSW Central Coast have had their power cut off by the heatwave.
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