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Tom Cruise has rolled into the Cannes Film Festival, greeted with whoops and hollers from a crowd gathered to get a glimpse of the US star who is attending the event in southern France for the first time in three decades." shouted fans who stood outside the palm-lined festival venue as the actor stepped out of a car, wearing a trim blue suit and sunglasses.
A retired Russian colonel was brutally honest about the reality of Russia's war in Ukraine. Find out what he said.
A former senior executive with a disability services provider based in Sydney was told to "grow a backbone" after raising issues over the quality of its programs, a royal commission has been told.The woman, identified as Rachel, worked for the Australian Foundation for Disability, also known as Afford, for about five years until her resignation in early 2020.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he will continue to make strong calls despite pledging a more empathetic tone if re-elected.A week out from polling day, Mr Morrison issued a mea culpa saying he would consult more widely and empathise a lot more, as Labor continued to attack his character as part of its campaign strategy.
A Lyft driver kicked out two passengers from his car after a woman made racist comments, leading the other passenger to go on a racist tirade. Source: Facebook/James W. Bode
Scott Morrison was grilled by Tracy Grimshaw on A Current Affair, after comments made by the PM over the weekend. Source: A Current Affair
The US Department of Homeland Security has paused its new disinformation governance board and its director will resign after weeks of criticism from Republicans and questions about whether the board would impinge on free speech rights.While the board was not formally shuttered, it will be reviewed by members of a DHS advisory council that is expected to make recommendations in 75 days.
What could go wrong blocking up all your city streets to prevent COVID? (and for that matter all your stairwells)
Members of Australia's Filipino community have protested outside a Melbourne apartment building where the Philippines' presumptive next president, Ferdinand Marcos Jr, was reportedly visiting his son.Marcos Jr was making a private family visit, spokesman Victor Rodriguez told reporters in Manila.
The woman was running errands with her other kids who watched on from the car. See how it unfolded.
ShutterstockThis year, Qantas announced two plans in direct conflict. In March, Australia’s largest airline group went public with the admirable goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2050 and a 25% reduction by 2030 by using new clean fuels, boosting efficiency and using carbon offsets. For the aviation industry, this was a watershed moment, containing world-leading detail and bold links between executive pay and improved sustainability. But only two months later, Qantas confirmed its order fo
Portuguese authorities say they have identified five cases of the rare monkeypox infection and Spain's health services are testing 23 potential cases after the United Kingdom put Europe on alert for the virus.The five Portuguese patients, out of 20 suspected cases, are all stable.
Inspirational captain Jo Harten has climbed out of her sick bed to steer the Giants to a convincing, come-from-behind 69-60 victory over the Collingwood Magpies at the Silverdome in Launceston.Harten, who has yet to hit the training track since recovering from a recent bout of flu, nailed an incredible 10 super shots from 11 attempts in her 51-point haul on Wednesday to launch the Giants into Super Netball's top four.
South Australia's consumer watchdog has taken almost 800 complaints about petrol pricing over the past year prompting an increase in spot inspections of fuel outlets.With petrol prices soaring in recent months, Consumer and Business Affairs Minister Andrea Michaels says too many petrol station operators are not complying with real-time pricing rules.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson has handed down his fifth budget, unveiling bumper spending to reform New Zealand's health system and increase welfare.* Deficit - $NZ19 billionThe budget spend-up means New Zealand's books are staying in the red for a third straight year.
Piers Morgan called c*** live on air. Source: Talk TV
A plan to invest $1 billion over 10 years in Western Australia's regions has been outlined in the state opposition's budget reply.Opposition Leader Mia Davies said the government had dropped the ball on releasing land and underpinning development.
Glen Worrell underwent more than two decades of conversion practices aimed at changing his sexual orientation which, he says, left him in a cycle of guilt and shame.The 54-year-old is among those calling for Tasmania to join Victoria, Queensland and the ACT in banning the "therapy".
Two Melbourne gamers have been charged with match fixing at an Esports tournament after a year-long Victoria Police investigation.A betting agency alerted police to suspicious activity linked to matches in the League of Legends Pro League tournament in June 2021.
A monthly grocery shop at the two supermarkets come in at vastly different costs, the mum showed.