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Mon 25 May 2020

China: ‘Australia may feel more pain’

China: ‘Australia may feel more pain’

The Chinese government has issued a new warning to Australia, flagging “extreme danger” and saying our economy could suffer a “fatal blow”.

‘Cult’ leader’s bizarre instructions revealed

premium_icon ‘Cult’ leader’s bizarre instructions revealed

SECRET emails have revealed a swim teacher – referred to as the reincarnation of Winston Churchill – has been leading Universal Medicine members in England.

Earthquake interrupts Jacinda’s interview

Earthquake interrupts Jacinda’s interview

Jacinda Ardern was forced to halt a TV interview this morning after an earthquake struck New Zealand’s North Island while she was live.

PM ‘didn’t support’ Victoria-China deal after US issues warning

premium_icon PM ‘didn’t support’ Victoria-China deal after US issues...

Scott Morrison has weighed in on Victoria’s Belt and Road deal with China after Mike Pompeo threatened the US would “simply disconnect” from Australia.

Why Prince William is reliving the heartache of losing mum

premium_icon Why Prince William is reliving the heartache of losing mum

Prince William has opened up about reliving the “overwhelming” heartache of losing his mother, Princess Diana, when he was a teenager by having kids.

Boris stands by bumbling aide in lockdown fiasco

premium_icon Boris stands by bumbling aide in lockdown fiasco

The UK was told to stay at home to stem the spread of COVID-19. Yet the PM’s top aide thought the rules didn’t apply to him.

Sun 24 May 2020

Teen planning to marry biological dad

Teen planning to marry biological dad

A teen bride’s plan to marry her biological father has been met with outrage on social media, with many begging her to reconsider.

China’s $1.5 trillion plan in tatters

China’s $1.5 trillion plan in tatters

China is now “facing its own worst nightmare” as its $1.5 trillion plan to exert influence around the world has been blow apart by the coronavirus.

Hitler's pet alligator Saturn dies aged 84

Hitler's pet alligator Saturn dies aged 84

An alligator believed to have been Hitler’s companion, who escaped from a zoo and survived countless WWII bombings, has died.

Brazil jumps to second highest number of infections

Brazil jumps to second highest number of infections

The coronavirus outbreak in Brazil is accelerating, with the country now reporting the second highest number of global cases.

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