Premier ‘sorry’ for Metro glitches

A North West Metro train seen approaching Tallawong Station in Sydney, Sunday, May 26, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

深圳风采投注 www.3nrs3.cn Sydney’s flashy, new driverless Metro has been put to the test today as the state’s premier begged commuters to be patient and give it time.

Mum’s desperate bid to get kids back

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Wendy was happy in this photo. What followed was a broken marriage, alcoholism and losing her children. So she took a radical step.

‘It’s boring’: Vivid visitors unimpressed

Vivid Sydney Lights On will be turned at 6pm tonight. We are thrilled to share with you an exclusive image of Austral Flora Ballet by Andrew Thomas Huang, Lighting of the Sails Artist. Andrew Thomas Huang will transform the Sydney Opera House Sails in 2019 with Austral Flora Ballet, a lush and visceral projected artwork of dancing digital sculptures inspired by Australia’s native flora. Please note this image and the attached ‘Light’s On’ Media Release are under strict embargoed until 6pm today Friday May 24, 2019.

Spectators were pleased the first night of Sydney’s biggest festival wasn’t too busy — but some complained it just didn’t compare to last year.

High honour for Hawke after death

Bob Hawke backstage at Woodfordia. 28th, December. 2018. (Photo AAP/Megan Slade)

After an outpouring of grief about the death of Bob Hawke, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced how the nation will honour him.

Naked man at Town Hall station

Commuters this morning were shocked to see a naked man standing in the ticket gates at Town Hall station.

A naked man was spotted standing at the ticket gates of a busy central Sydney train station as stunned commuters rushed by.

Warning over ‘hazardous’ Sydney air

Thick smoke blankets Sydney Harbour and the greater Sydney Basin in Sydney, Friday, May 24, 2019. Sydney residents have been experiencing "poor" to "hazardous" levels of air quality for a fifth day as bush fire reduction burns continue. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

The air quality in Sydney has plummeted to “hazardous” levels after prolonged burns and wind have led to a continued smoke haze.

‘Sick all day’: Disbelief at drug sting

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High-profile sports figures are in shock after horseracing king Damion Flower was charged over his alleged role in a cocaine syndicate.

Milat’s brother unwittingly exposed him

Alex Milat was trying to be a good citizen when he went to police with information, but what he said would lead to his serial killer brother’s downfall.

Brothers sliced by fish in freak encounter

**MUST CREDIT NIKKI VOSS ** Two brothers have been seriously injured by a Marlin in a bizarre boating incident off Wooli, north of Coffs Harbour. The men, were travelling in a boat in the Solitary Islands Marine Park when a large Marlin breached the boat and crashed into the brothers, causing injuries. Picture: Nikki Voss

A massive marlin has soared from the sea, slicing two brothers with its sharp spear-like snout. Seriously.

Crowd chaos headed for Sydney

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It’s the city’s most spectacular event of the year, but the Vivid light festival also causes a headache for residents, visitors and motorists.

Unlikely demise of military’s star pupil

Unlikely demise of military’s star pupil

When Elliotte Frankie was handed her uniform and a new pair of boots she had no idea of the impact the footwear would have on her life.

Bizarre quirks on new $7.2b trains

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Thousands are expected to bombard Sydney’s shiny new driverless trains this weekend, but there’s a couple of things you should look out for.

Teen found with explosives in backpack

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A teenager has been charged after police allegedly found his backpack filled with items needed to make a homemade bomb.

Eerie detail behind mum’s cliff plunge

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New details have emerged about a woman and her toddler who plunged to their deaths from a NSW lookout in a suspected murder-suicide.

Man wins $120k over ‘busybody’ insult

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A woman complained about her neighbour’s incessant emails accusing him of being a “busybody”. The comment cost her big time.

Mum’s guilt over second son’s death

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Kathy Kelly has revealed what haunts her about son Stuart’s suicide following his brother Thomas’s one-punch death, in a devastating interview.

‘Murder-suicide’ mother identified

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A German woman found dead with her toddler at the bottom of a popular lookout in a suspected murder suicide has been named.

Missing model mystery deepens

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate a woman missing in the Hunter Region. Kate Delaney, aged 23, was last seen at a small dance party in Howes Valley, (Hunter Valley) about 1.45am on Monday 20 May 2019. Picture: instagram https://www.instagram.com/kate_d__/

A missing Sydney model was found shivering, alone, barefoot and without her phone after disappearing from a dance party.

Salim’s new hairstyle after jail release

Salim Mehajer leaves Cooma Jail after serving time there. He was accompanied by his solicitor Zali Burrows.

Disgraced Sydney businessman Salim Mehajer looked just like he used to when he was released from jail today. Until he turned around.

Rats ‘everywhere’ in wealthy suburb

A resident was shocked seeing people in Potts Point crowd around a rat.

Residents in an affluent Sydney suburb have complained their area is becoming so overrun with rats, tourists are even photographing them.

Metro northwest opening next week

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The Sydney Metro Northwest train service will open its doors to its first commuters next week. Here’s what to expect when catching the northwest network.

Man trapped under truck at work site

A man was trapped under a truck after it rolled on a construction site in St Leonards.

Emergency crews worked to free a man after he was trapped by a truck that rolled on top of him at a work site in Sydney this morning.

Drink-driving laws to change from today

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If you are caught drink-driving in NSW from today you will immediately lose your licence, even if you are a first-time offender.

Murder charge after alleged stabbing

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A man has been charged with murder after a woman’s body was found in a Sydney street near a hospital last night.

Incredible story behind portrait of Hawke

Artist Scott Marsh said the late Prime Minister was the last leader most Australians felt trust in. Picture: Supplied

A Sydney artist has told the incredible story of sitting with the late Bob Hawke for one of his final portraits this year.

Nightclub king unleashes on lockout laws

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Nightclub owner John Ibrahim has lashed out at Sydney’s declining night-life in a brutal interview, saying lockout laws were introduced for “personal gain”.

Holocaust survivor’s fears about Australia

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An Auschwitz escapee whose entire family was butchered by Nazis reveals the one thing that terrifies him about Australia.

Medic ‘struggled’ helping horse rider

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A medic “struggled” to operate life saving equipment as he attended to a teenage horse rider fatally injured in a fall, an inquest has heard.

Anning supporter denies assault

Anning supporter Max Towns attends Sutherland Court today.

A Fraser Anning supporter accused of assaulting a photographer at a media event has pleaded not guilty to charges of assault and intimidation.

200 drug-fuelled teens running wild

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A cop has penned a powerful plea to parents, as around 200 drug-fuelled Sydney teenagers attack cops and wreak havoc on the streets.

Backpacker killer has terminal cancer

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Serial killer Ivan Milat is unlikely to return to his Supermax prison cell as he’s reportedly suffering in the advanced stages of cancer.

Fishing shop busted with rude sign

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A fishing shop has attracted the attention of police with an offensive sign on their storefront that shocked a local resident.

Chaos after Sydney train station shooting

A man has been shot by police at Campbelltown train station, according to reports. Picture Channel

An armed man has been shot by police at Campbelltown train station after he reportedly lunged at them with a knife, according to reports.

Serial killer Ivan Milat taken to hospital

Convicted backpacker murderer Ivan Milat, dressed in his orange overalls, handcuffed and manacled with his left hand bandaged, is escorted from hospital by prison officers to be returned to Goulburn Prison. Milat received treatment at the hospital for his left pinky finger that he severed and put into an envelope to send to the High Court in Canberra.

Serial backpacker murderer Ivan Milat has travelled from Supermax prison to Sydney’s eastern suburbs, according to reports.

Reason protesters scaled bridge

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A Townsville couple has shared the heartbreaking reason why they protested at Sydney Harbour Bridge today.

Mum saw daughter crushed by falling horse

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A mother begged first responders to stop giving her daughter CPR after she was “catastrophically” crushed by her horse in an equestrian accident.

Chaos as woman falls at Westfield

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A busy Sydney shopping centre has been thrown into chaos after a woman fell to her death, landing near horrified shoppers.

Sydney’s plan to resurrect night-life

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The city’s night-life scene has been a joke for years and decimated dozens of businesses. The council plans to change that in a sweeping plan.

Woman’s letterbox ‘marked’ with tape

A woman with tape reached out online for answers after finding the tape posted to her letterbox.

A woman who found black tape on her letterbox reached out to a local crime group and received a number of answers after asking what it could mean.

Angry dad’s alleged past ban exposed

The evicted fan being spoken to by NSW Police officers.

An alleged past incident surrounding the dad at the centre of an A-League final controversy has today been brought to light.

Bold plan to make Sydney more fun

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After a major backlash against its boring night-life, Sydney could soon be hit with a raft of measures to turn its inner city into a 24-hour precinct.

Horror minutes before tradie’s death

Chistopher Cassaniti, 18, was killed when scaffolding collapsed on him and a mate while he was at work.

The young tradie screamed for help for 20 minutes after scaffolding collapsed on top of him at a worksite, a witness has said.

Stepbrothers shot in Mother’s Day feud

Two stepbrothers have been wounded in a shooting on Mother's Day.

A man is left clinging to life after two brothers were shot in a sad Mother’s Day feud in the NSW Hunter Valley on a family farm.

Snapchat crash victim speaks out

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A man who spent days in a coma after his car was hit while a driver made Snapchat videos has lashed out at the woman’s passengers.

’Witness X’ in Geoffrey Rush case revealed

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An Orange is the New Black star has been named as the mystery witness in the Geoffrey Rush defamation case.

Tributes for ‘angel’ tradie killed in M4 crash

Ms Nicholson said she had a long road ahead of her to get back on her feet.

An engaged tradesman originally from Ireland has been revealed as the man killed in yesterday’s horror pile-up on Sydney’s M4.

Neglected vegan baby’s sad future

A photograph taken on Thursday, May 9, 2019, of an image supplied as evidence, of a baby girl who was fed a vegan diet by her parents and was so malnourished by the time she was 19 months old she didn't have any teeth and looked like she was just three months old, a Sydney court has heard. (AAP Image/Hanna Higgins) NO ARCHIVING

The heartbreaking long-term damage caused to a malnourished vegan baby by her parents has been laid bare by the woman who took him into her care.

Missing baby girl found safe

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A three-month-old baby girl and her father who had not been seen for days have been found safe and well.

Huge fake daycare ‘scam’ smashed

Police have arrested 18 people following raids across Sydney. Picture: NSW Police

Police have charged 18 people and raided 23 properties over an alleged day care scheme which saw a syndicate profiting from fake kids.

‘Dangerous’ ramp blamed for horror crash

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Sydneysiders who drive past a notorious off-ramp every morning weren’t suprised it was the scene of a 11-car crash that claimed the life of a tradie today.

Drivers in 9km traffic jam hell

Traffic was queued for nine kilomtres this mornign west of Sydney.

Commuters are urged to avoid the M4 motorway after a truck rollover west of Sydney caused lane closures and kilometres of delays this morning.

‘Heart’s in pieces’: Sling mum speaks

Tattika Dunn, her fiancee Bill McGlinn and their son Harvey who tragically died during a recent check up at Long Jetty Community Health Centre. Photo: GoFundMe

The mother of a newborn who died in his sling has revealed her “heart is in a million pieces”, as she thanked her community for its support.

Cops release CCTV after cyclist killed

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Police are warning a Sydney driver to come to them before they find her a day after a cyclist was killed in an apparent hit and run.

Single woman’s desperate move for baby

Jess Williams who's setting out to become a mum.

An Aussie woman is looking for others to help fund her dream of having a baby after several obstacles got in her way.

Sydney school placed into lockdown

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A Sydney school was sent into lockdown and residents were reportedly warned to stay indoors as police searched for two suspects.

All drink-drivers to lose licence

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Every person caught drink-driving in NSW will immediately lose their licence on the spot and cop a massive fine under strict new laws.

Woman ‘lured and tortured animals’

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An elderly woman has been charged over extensive acts of cruelty after allegedly mutilating animals which she lured into her home with food.

Family wins fight to stay in Australia

Bhutanese family rejoices after deportation overturned by minister

The decision to deport a Bhutanese family because their son’s disability had been deemed a financial burden to Australia has been overturned.

Three arrested over massive meth import

Meth and other drugs was seized during searches of units.

Police have arrested two Australians and a Mexican woman over an alleged conspiracy to import 480kg of ice to Australia from Mexico.

The suburb with a secret Woolies

The suburb of Jannali has a secret Woolies.

This Woolworths is so small and behind the times, it doesn’t even say Woolies on the store. It’s a mystery why it even exists.

Nurse in court over botched boob job

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A nurse has pleaded guilty to her role in a botched boob job that saw a beauty salon owner die in hospital two days after the surgery.

Cops forced into embarrassing apology

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NSW Police has been ordered to apologise after the outfits they wore for a training exercise were deemed to be offensive.

Cops investigate ‘offensive’ Abbott posters

The offensive poster is removed by a council worker.

Posters of Tony Abbott with offensive words emblazoned on the former PM’s forehead have caught the attention of police.

Woman killed holding husband’s hand

Truck crash victim Gangotri Maharaj turned 83 just last week, and would have celebrated her 61st wedding anniversary on Saturday. The couple became Australian citizens last month after a 10-year wait, and today voted for the first time

A woman fatally struck and dragged by a cement truck while crossing the road was due to celebrate her 61st wedding anniversary.

Ibraham spills on tattooed visitor

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Nightclub boss John Ibrahim has revealed what happened when he opened his door to find a heavily-tattooed man filming himself and yelling abuse.

Sex offender allowed to stay in Australia

David Degning to stay in Australia.

A convicted sex offender is set to remain in Australia after having his deportation order overturned despite his lengthy criminal history.

Massive great white shark off Bondi

The great white is estimated to be about two and half metres in length.

Incredible drone footage shows a ferocious great white shark tearing apart fish metres away from swimmers and surfers at Bondi Beach.

Polar burst to bring rain, colder temps

Supplied Wet weather could be a feature of the next few days across south and east Australia. Picture: Sky News Weather

Antarctica will make its presence felt over the next few days, with a weather system bringing moisture and a chill wind across much of the south and east.

Mum ‘distraught’ after sling kills baby

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A mum is said to be “inconsolable” after she unwrapped her three-week old son from a baby sling and found him suffocated to death.

Other victims from fatal Snapchat crash

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Two men were driving home from a gig when a woman posing for Snapchat crashed into them. They survived but face long recoveries.

‘Superhero’: Hemsworth’s kind act

Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky worked in the school canteen yesterday.

Chris Hemsworth and his wife helped out a school canteen just hours after it was sent into lockdown when a teacher was stabbed.

Dad slams ‘reckless’ Snapchat crash girls

Disturbing vision from Snapchat shows McNeill revving and a passenger screaming in the Suzuki.

The father of a woman who died in a crash has slammed the “reckless” actions of his daughter’s friends who allegedly filmed the driver.

Victim’s family ‘livid’ over crash stunt

Hazel Wildman and Fadea Hunter, both in neck braces in a Westmead Hospital selfie posted after the fatal crash in which their friend Shanuia McNeill died.

The family of a man injured in a head-on crash is “livid” over an apparent social media stunt by the young woman who died in the collision.

Cops respond to final Snapchat video

A video posted on Snapchat shows Mcneill in the driver's seat posing before looking shocked.

Police have warned about social media after a Snapchat video showed a young driver revving and screaming before she died in a head-on collision.

‘Lovely’ teacher stabbed at school

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Horrified children have recounted seeing the bloody aftermath of an alleged stabbing attack by a parent on Byron Bay teacher Zane Vockler today.

Man hit with hammer in Chinatown

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A man was allegedly bashed in the head with a hammer in a brawl involving 20 men and women in Sydney early this morning.

Family’s wild off-grid life in outback

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They live in a geodesic dome two hours from the nearest grocery store, grow their own vegetables and wash in purified rainwater.

Lindt siege sniper suing police

7 News footage displaying the sniper who made the decisive call which lead to the NSW Police raiding the Lindt cafe. Photo courtesy of 7 News

The chief sniper who was forced to witness the murder of manager Tori Johnson is suing NSW Police for ongoing psychological damage.

Deadly pills found during festival trial

Seven deadly substances were found during the second pill testing trial at Groovin The Moo. Picture: Tracey Nearmy

Seven pills tested at the Canberra leg of the music festival contained a deadly substance linked to mass overdoses.

Sydney wakes to ‘hazardous’ smog

Smoke has enveloped parts of Sydney. Picture: Twitter/GEOetc2

A thick layer of smoke has enveloped Sydney this morning with warnings for people to spend as little time outdoors as possible.

Man gets 33 demerits in one go

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A man driving a panel van has received a whopping 33 demerit points in a single stop after police glanced in the back of his vehicle.

Sydney train commuters at breaking point

Train commuters have complained of being pushed to breaking point as empty trains sailed by them and rammed services made extra stops.

Train commuters have complained of being pushed to breaking point as empty trains sailed by them and rammed services made extra stops.

Tributes for woman killed in horror crash

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A horror head-on collision in Sydney’s west on the weekend has claimed the life of a young Queensland woman.

Paraglider killed in horror crash

The man was killed in a paragliding crash this afternoon. Picture: Google Maps

Emergency services have confirmed the body of a man killed in a paragliding accident this afternoon won’t be recovered until tomorrow.

Creepy ‘sushi’ spider found in Sydney

People thought the spider looked like a piece of sushi. Picture: William Williamson

A picture of a spider found hiding in a Sydney home has people freaking over how much it looks like a delicious piece of sushi.

Second-ever pill testing trial given green light

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After two more tragic music festival deaths over the weekend, Australia is gearing up for its second ever pill testing trial.

‘Manipulative’ psychologist banned

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A “manipulative” psychologist has been banned for at least three years after having a sexual encounter with one of his patients and giving another a massage.

‘Threat’ forces ferry shutdown

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Ferries will shortly resume between Sydney’s Circular Quay and Manly after a threat prompted a police operation, halting peak hour services.

Missing teen found after mum’s plea

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A missing NSW 13-year-old girl has been found after her mum issued a desperate plea on social media for the public’s help.

Wasps sting 7-year-old girl 300 times

Little Evie fell on the nest leading teh wasps to swarm. Picture: Samara Zeitsch.

A mum has spoken of the “harrowing” experience when her daughter fell on a wasp nest and was stung hundreds of times after the insects swarmed.

Army recruit dies during training

Liam Wolf (left) was training on Good Friday when he was rushed to hospital and died there earlier today, Department of Defence has confirmed in a statement. “Recruit Liam Wolf was completing basic training at the Army Recruit Training Centre in Kapooka, NSW, when he was involved in an incident,” a department statement said. “He was transported to Wagga Wagga Base Hospital, before being flown to Sydney for specialist treatment. Despite the best efforts of emergency services and hospital health care providers, Liam was pronounced dead on 23 April 2019.”

Tributes are pouring in for an 18-year-old Aussie army recruit who tragically died after being injured at a training centre.

Opera House gas leak capped

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A gas leak that sparked the evacuation of hundreds of people from the Sydney Opera House area on Tuesday afternoon has been capped.

Missing teen found after mum’s plea

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A missing NSW 13-year-old girl has been found after her mum issued a desperate plea on social media for the public’s help.

Teens fight for life after crash with bus

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Three teenagers have been left with critical injuries after their car smashed into the back of a stationary bus on a Sydney motorway.

Man falls 8 metres down Bondi cliff

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An 18-year-old man is in a serious condition after slipping and plummeting down a cliff face in North Bondi, Sydney overnight.

Surprising ending to ‘rat thief’ saga

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When a homeless man’s beloved pet rat went missing, it was feared a rodent thief was at large. Now the mystery has been solved.

‘This is a first’: Sydney enraged by delays

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Sydneysiders heading home for the long weekend are losing it on social media as they cop major train delays across the city’s network.

Outrage at pub’s ‘disgusting’ joke

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A Sydney pub has been boycotted and flooded with negative reviews after it made a controversial joke while advertising its Easter opening hours.

Man ‘had sex with dogs 19 times’

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A man is trying to negotiate a plea despite allegedly having sex with dogs at least 19 times over seven years and terrorising women.

Thieving teens storm mobile store

The teen pushed the woman violently causing her to fall to the gruond.

Teens have fractured an elderly woman’s pelvis while fleeing from a store in southwest Sydney after stealing a mobile phone.

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