General Seniors News

Wed 26 Sep 2018

Bennett bucked: Broncos decide to part ways with coach

Bennett bucked: Broncos decide to part ways with coach

MONTHS of speculation are finally over after Brisbane confirmed next year will be foundation coach Wayne Bennett's final NRL season at the Broncos.

World leaders laugh at Trump during UN speech

World leaders laugh at Trump during UN speech

UN members laugh at Trump after claim his administration has 'accomplished more than almost any in US history'

Bill Cosby begins years in jail for sex assault

Bill Cosby begins years in jail for sex assault

BILL Cosby has been sentenced to three to ten years in state prison after a legal battle over sexual assault accusations that has stretched on for years.

Tue 25 Sep 2018

PM’s plan for new inclusive national day

PM’s plan for new inclusive national day

WITH calls for Australia Day to be moved from January 26, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has proposed a new national day.

Mon 24 Sep 2018

Why this horror ‘abuse’ caught on hidden camera was OK

Why this horror ‘abuse’ caught on hidden camera was OK

FOOTAGE has revealed brutal treatment on an elderly woman at a nursing home. But a magistrate deemed it OK.

PM extends lead over Shorten

PM extends lead over Shorten

SCOTT Morrison has extended his lead over Bill Shorten as preferred prime minister and the Coalition’s primary vote has lifted.

ABC boss sacked in shock move

ABC boss sacked in shock move

IN a stunning move, the managing director of the ABC, Michelle Guthrie, has been sacked today by the national broadcaster’s board.

‘Australia is laughing stock of the world’

‘Australia is laughing stock of the world’

JULIE Bishop has revealed Australia is being called the “Italy of the South Pacific and the coup capital of the world” by foreign leaders.

Thu 20 Sep 2018

Needle found in mango

Needle found in mango

POLICE says a Coles customer who bought a mango from a Central Coast store discovered a needle embedded inside.

'No confidence': Dramatic move against embattled Dutton

'No confidence': Dramatic move against embattled Dutton

PETER Dutton’s political enemies say his job should “be at an end” today, but he has avoided a no confidence vote by just one vote.

Woman critical after shark attack off Whitsundays

Woman critical after shark attack off Whitsundays

A HOLIDAY to the Whitsunday Islands turned into horror for a Tasmanian woman when she was attacked by a shark, leaving her in a critical condition overnight.

Wed 19 Sep 2018

Boy arrested over strawberry sabotage

Boy arrested over strawberry sabotage

A CHILD has discovered a needle in a banana and a boy has been arrested after admitting he put needles in strawberries as a prank.

Tue 18 Sep 2018

Needle crisis spreads to apples

Needle crisis spreads to apples

A NEEDLE has reportedly been found in an apple, expanding the fruit sabotage saga that has devastated an industry.

The sickening truth about aged care food

The sickening truth about aged care food

STAFF have laid bare the sickening truth about the food served to some of the most disadvantaged people in the country.

‘All hell broke loose’: Joyce accuser breaks silence

‘All hell broke loose’: Joyce accuser breaks silence

A WA businesswoman who accused Barnaby Joyce of sexual harassment says her life was “torn to shreds” after the confidential letter leaked.

‘Betrayal’: MP names and shames 'bully'

‘Betrayal’: MP names and shames 'bully'

OUTGOING Liberal MP Ann Sudmalis has delivered a blistering attack on a fellow MP, outing him as the reason she’s leaving parliament.

Mon 17 Sep 2018

Metal allegedly found in banana an 'isolated' incident

Metal allegedly found in banana an 'isolated' incident

A 62-YEAR-OLD woman has been cautioned after a banana was allegedly contaminated with a metal object at a Queensland supermarket.

Dead people charged life insurance

Dead people charged life insurance

AMP has charged $1.3 million in life insurance premiums to more than 4600 dead people through their superannuation.

Death and destruction as super typhoon hits China

Death and destruction as super typhoon hits China

THE world’s most vicious storm this year has claimed at least 64 lives and grounded 96,000 plane passengers as it tears through the Philippines, Hong Kong and...

Sun 16 Sep 2018

Elderly abuse prompts royal commission

Elderly abuse prompts royal commission

AGED care facilities are meant to provide care for residents. But a spate of cases of abuse in Australian nursing homes has prompted a royal commission.

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