Seniors News

Sat 7 Dec 2019

ALP should back wellness budget: NZ Labour

ALP should back wellness budget: NZ Labour

New Zealand's finance minister says the Australian Labor Party should consider a 'wellness budget' approach if it wins government.

$201m lotto winning tradie’s shock move

$201m lotto winning tradie’s shock move

Self-employed builder Steve Thomson scored a life-changing pile of cash just weeks ago – but one decision has left the public stunned.

London Bridge attacker quietly buried

London Bridge attacker quietly buried

The man responsible for last week’s London Bridge terror attack has been buried quietly in a remote Kashmir village.

NSW man to be charged for fire spree

NSW man to be charged for fire spree

A man is set to be charged over a spree in Tumut in NSW's south during which a telecommunications exchange and three cars were set ablaze.

‘Like hell’: World reacts as Australia burns

‘Like hell’: World reacts as Australia burns

Media outlets around the world have reacted to the bushfires burning across Australia, saying the nation is “choking” as it burns.

Hikers trapped in -7 degree Tassie weather

Hikers trapped in -7 degree Tassie weather

Three walkers have been forced to spend a freezing night in the Tasmanian wilderness following a failed rescue attempt yesterday.

The healthiest fast food meals revealed

The healthiest fast food meals revealed

Fast food doesn’t have to mean unhealthy food. A dietitian has revealed the healthiest meal options that will keep you satisfied for hours.

Greta Thunberg’s harsh reality check

Greta Thunberg’s harsh reality check

As teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg addressed a staggering crowd of 500,000 people, she dished out a blunt reality check.

Fri 6 Dec 2019

Why Rugby Australia settled with Folau

Why Rugby Australia settled with Folau

Outgoing Rugby Australia chairman Cameron Clyne has revealed the reasoning behind the decision to settle the Folau 'gays going to hell' lawsuit out-of-court.

Annoying road rule is finally changing

Annoying road rule is finally changing

A road rule that many Aussie drivers find confusing is changing, as the country’s transport authority introduces an overhaul of the rules.

‘Well done, men’: Hanson’s striking speech

‘Well done, men’: Hanson’s striking speech

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has paid tribute to Aussie men, describing them as “good, honest and hardworking” and lashing out at feminists.

Jetstar strike to cause chaos

Jetstar strike to cause chaos

Passengers will be thrown into turmoil in the lead up to Christmas with Jetstar announcing ground crew and handlers to strike.

Cruise ship stranded for hours at sea

Cruise ship stranded for hours at sea

Hundreds of passengers on a cruise ship were left stranded out to sea off the South Australian coast after the vessel lost power this morning.

Poor health services for some in aged care

Poor health services for some in aged care

The aged care royal commission will hold a public hearing in Canberra next week focusing on the delivery of health services.

Kate reveals Prince Louis’ adorable habit

Kate reveals Prince Louis’ adorable habit

The Duchess of Cambridge has shared a very cute story about her one-year-old son’s new habit during a public outing.

Anti-vaxxer’s viral plea explodes

Anti-vaxxer’s viral plea explodes

A vocal “vaccination awareness” campaigner has been slammed after pleading for an “offensive” anti-vax name to be ditched.

Australia covered in hundreds of fires

Australia covered in hundreds of fires

Australia is bracing for another horror weekend of fires as blazes rage across the nation and a dire forecast is tipped to make things worse.

Thu 5 Dec 2019

Aussie bushfires turn NZ glaciers pink

Aussie bushfires turn NZ glaciers pink

New Zealand’s famous glaciers are known for being pristine and white. Not anymore, with many of them turning pink, and it’s all thanks to Australia.

Active shooter reported at Pearl Harbor

Active shooter reported at Pearl Harbor

Authorities are responding to an active shooter incident at Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor, with reports at least three people are injured.

Aussie terror plot suspect may bid for bail

Aussie terror plot suspect may bid for bail

A man accused of advocating terrorism and doing acts in preparation for an attack remains in custody after the case against him came before a Sydney court.

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