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'Racism Is Evil' - Trump

US president Donald Trump said "racism is evil" as he condemned the KKK, neo-Nazis and white supremacists as "criminals and thugs". Mr Trump spoke in the White House after meeting US attorney general Jeff Sessions and FBI director Christopher Wray about the racially-charged violence on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, which left one woman dead.
15/08/2017 9:52 AM AEST

Penny Wong Savages Plebiscite In Blistering Speech

Labor senator Penny Wong has launched a blistering attack on the Government's proposed plebiscite, saying it would open up children in the LGBTQ community to "hatred" and slamming the idea as being born of "weakness and division".
09/08/2017 12:18 PM AEST

Smooch The Mooch Goodbye!

Anthony Scaramucci has quit as White House director of communications, after just 10 days on the job. Here’s a look back at the highlights of his short-lived tenure as Trump’s spin doctor.
01/08/2017 11:19 AM AEST

Australia Tightens Security At Airports After Terror Plot

Australian police arrested four men suspected of planning a terror attack on an aircraft in Sydney. Five properties were searched after a credible tip-off warned of the "Islamic-inspired" terror plot. Counter-terrorism operations are still ongoing with extra security measures put in place. Australian airlines warned passengers to expect delays due to the heightened security situation. The country is worried about the threat of home-grown militants returning from fighting in the Middle East.
31/07/2017 10:26 AM AEST

Malcolm Roberts Eligibility Concerns

One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts won't release the documents proving when his British citizenship ceased, putting his eligibility to be in Parliament under a cloud.
28/07/2017 10:12 AM AEST

Farewell Spicey

President Trump’s embattled Press Secretary Sean Spicer has resigned from the White House. We look back at the highlights of his short but shining career. #NeverForget
24/07/2017 10:29 AM AEST

Mick Fanning Pulled Out Of Surf After Another Shark Sighting At J-Bay

The Australian surfing champion Mick Fanning, who was attacked by a shark two years ago at Jeffreys Bay in South Africa, was at the same spot to compete against Brazilian Gabriel Medina on Wednesday when they were called from the surf and their quarter-final was put on hold after a three-metre shark joined the line-up. Surfing was called also off on Tuesday when a two-metre mako shark was spotted breaching about 90 metres from competitors. .
20/07/2017 2:40 PM AEST