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The mum said she was traumatised by what fell out of her chip packet. Find out what it was.
Many internet users were shocked to learn the real reason why pen lids have holes. Find out more.
A child watched in horror as her mother was choked by her partner and then called triple zero when her mum became unconscious, a Victorian court has heard.When the woman eventually regained consciousness she ran outside and screamed for help, but her partner followed her, grabbed her and choked her again.
Romelda Aiken-George has sealed a move to the NSW Swifts less than two months after giving birth, creating a spicy Super Netball rivalry after she was cut loose by the Queensland Firebirds.The 33-year-old, who didn't play what would have been her 15th season at the Firebirds this year, claimed in July that the club had deemed it "too risky" to re-sign the attacker for the 2023 season.
The dad hit out at people who park this way and there's a valid reason why. Find out what he said.
People in rural and regional communities must receive better support when banks shut down branches, a major review has found.The regional banking task force released its final report late on Friday afternoon after working through more than 400 submissions.
Foreign Minister Penny Wong says her government "completely" rejects the charges laid against Australian Professor Sean Turnell who's been jailed in Myanmar.The 58-year-old Sydney economist was sentenced to three years' jail earlier this week, accused of violating Myanmar's official state secrets act.
The private operator of Australia's largest prison is trying to attract workers while its officers take industrial action to protest staffing levels and wages.Prison officers at the Serco-run Clarence Correctional Centre, in the NSW Northern Rivers region, walked off what they say is a poorly paid job at an understaffed facility on Friday.
A revived Hurricane Ian has set its sights on South Carolina's coast and the historic city of Charleston, with forecasters predicting a storm surge and floods after the megastorm caused catastrophic damage in Florida.With all of South Carolina's coast under a hurricane warning, a steady stream of vehicles left Charleston on Thursday following officials' warnings to seek higher ground.
Chloe Haynes had been partying with friends before tragedy struck. Read more.
Diamonds Coach Stacey Marinkovich isn't expecting any problems with post-gold medal complacency ahead of netball's Constellation Cup against New Zealand next month.The arch-rivals will meet in a four-game series, opening in Auckland on Wednesday, October 12.
The beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic brought stress and uncertainty for many Australians - but for Jayme Gurishic those feelings were exacerbated by the shock of a cancer discovery.The Melbourne legal worker's world was turned upside down when she was diagnosed with stage-two breast cancer at just 27.
North Korea has fired two short-range ballistic missiles towards the sea off the east coast hours before South Korea staged a large military show displaying stealth fighters and its own missiles.Pyongyang's fourth launch in a week comes amid a flurry of military muscle-flexing by countries in the region, including joint anti-submarine exercises on Friday by the navies of South Korea, the United States and Japan.
A bushwalking tourist and his dog have discovered a human skull and other skeletal remains while hiking through thick bush on Darwin's outskirts.Northern Territory police have established a crime scene near Lee Point Beach, about 20km north of the CBD.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the West of sabotaging Russia-built natural gas pipelines under the Baltic Sea to Germany, a charge vehemently denied by the United States and its allies.Nordic nations say the undersea blasts that damaged the pipelines this week and have led to huge methane leaks involved several hundred kilograms of explosives.
Telco Optus has taken out full-page ads to apologise to customers as the fallout continues from a massive data breach affecting millions of Australians.It remains unclear how many of the almost 10 million Optus customers impacted by the hack had identity details stolen, however it has been confirmed at least 10,000 parcels of ID data were put on the dark web.
People were shocked to learn it's a normal practice in parts of northern Europe. Credit: TikTok/annieineventyrland
Hundreds of Russian troops in Ukraine have been encircled in one of their main garrisons, on the verge of one of the worst defeats of the war, overshadowing President Vladimir Putin's celebration to proclaim his annexation of seized land.The pro-Russian leader in Ukraine's Donetsk province acknowledged his forces had lost full control of Yampil and Dobryshev, villages north and east of the city of Lyman, leaving Moscow's main garrison in northern Donetsk "half-encircled".
The former head of the US FBI's elite forensic unit would have rejected a Queensland forensic laboratory's changes to DNA testing, which ultimately failed to identify profiles related to thousands of crimes.Internationally renowned scientist Dr Bruce Budowle gave evidence to the Commission of Inquiry into Forensic DNA Testing by video link from the US on Friday.
European Union countries have agreed to impose emergency levies on energy firms' windfall profits, and began talks on their next move to tackle Europe's energy crunch - possibly a bloc-wide gas price cap.Ministers from the 27 EU member countries met in Brussels on Friday, where they approved measures proposed earlier this month to contain an energy price surge that is stoking record-high inflation and threatening a recession.