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Jellyfish sting more than 5,000 holidaymakers on Queensland's coast

Jellyfish sting more than 5,000 holidaymakers on Queensland's coast

An invasion of bluebottles on Queensland’s Gold and Sunshine coasts led to thousands being treatedMore than 5,000 people were stung by bluebottles on Queensland’s Gold and Sunshine coasts over the
Golden Globes 2019: Bohemian Rhapsody and Green Book win big

Golden Globes 2019: Bohemian Rhapsody and Green Book win big

The Queen biopic and the road trip comedy won the major film awards while Olivia Colman and Christian Bale led a strong night for British talentThe full list of winners Five best moments The Freddie
Go-getter: Japanese girl, nine, becomes strategy game's youngest professional

Go-getter: Japanese girl, nine, becomes strategy game's youngest professional

Sumire Nakamura is the product of a special programme to promote the ancient pursuit and compete with Korean and Chinese playersA nine-year-old girl in Japan will become the youngest-ever professional
Former Melbourne doctor says rape and indecent assault charges against him are 'stupid'

Former Melbourne doctor says rape and indecent assault charges against him are 'stupid'

Con Kyriacou has been charged with 34 offences including the rape and indecent assault of patients, including a girl, 16A former Melbourne doctor has labelled rape and indecent assault charges against
Is the anti-vaccine movement putting lives at risk?

Is the anti-vaccine movement putting lives at risk?

The re-emergence of the disgraced doctor Andrew Wakefield has fueled a resurgence of vaccine scepticism among rightwing populists. After a surge in measles outbreaks across the EU in 2018, Sarah
Mungau Dain, Tanna star and 'Vanuatu’s Brad Pitt', dies after untreated leg infection

Mungau Dain, Tanna star and 'Vanuatu’s Brad Pitt', dies after untreated leg infection

First-time actor, who starred in Oscar-nominated Australian-Vanuatu film, remembered as a ‘gentle soul’ and ‘deep family man’Mungau Dain, who starred in the Oscar-nominated Australian-Vanuatu film
Golden Globes 2019: the red carpet, the winners, the speeches – live!

Golden Globes 2019: the red carpet, the winners, the speeches – live!

A Star is Born, Vice, The Assassination of Gianni Versace and Sharp Objects will battle it out for the big film and TV prizes as awards season officially kicks off 4.03am GMT The Green Book blowback
'Appalled': Fraser Anning appearance at far-right rally draws condemnation

'Appalled': Fraser Anning appearance at far-right rally draws condemnation

Scott Mrrison and Tony Abbott join Labor and Greens in criticising senator’s appearance at St Kilda event Queensland senator Fraser Anning has compared his use of taxpayer money to attend a fascist
India outcry after scientists claim ancient Hindus invented stem cell research

India outcry after scientists claim ancient Hindus invented stem cell research

The organisers of a major Indian science conference said they were concerned by speakers citing religious texts and ideas at the event The organisers of a major Indian science conference distanced
US and North Korea 'negotiating' on site of next summit, says Trump

US and North Korea 'negotiating' on site of next summit, says Trump

US president evasive on timing, but says he has ‘indirectly spoken’ to Kim Jong-unUS President Donald Trump confirmed negotiations are underway on the location of his next summit with North Korean
UK must have second EU referendum, Chris Patten to say

UK must have second EU referendum, Chris Patten to say

Declaration will make him latest Tory grandee to emerge as supporter of People’s VoteChris Patten, the former Conservative party chairman, is to declare support for a second referendum on the UK’s
Max Spiers: mother hopes inquest will shed light on conspiracy theorist’s death

Max Spiers: mother hopes inquest will shed light on conspiracy theorist’s death

Max Spiers died suddenly at friend’s home and his mother is hoping for answers to ‘massive gaps’ around his deathThe mother of a conspiracy theorist who died in unexplained circumstances in Poland
Australian model Annalise Braakensiek found dead at Sydney home

Australian model Annalise Braakensiek found dead at Sydney home

Police say there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the 46-year-old’s deathThe model, actor, TV presenter and jewellery creator Annalise Braakensiek has been found dead in her Sydney
Theresa May pleads for EU to give ground and rescue Brexit deal

Theresa May pleads for EU to give ground and rescue Brexit deal

Downing Street insists new compromises can be won from Europe to ensure passage of PM’s planTheresa May is preparing to make another desperate plea to EU leaders to offer a concession on the Irish
Man charged with murder over Surrey train stabbing

Man charged with murder over Surrey train stabbing

Darren Shane Pencille, 35, charged in connection with death of Lee Pomeroy on board train from Guildford to LondonA man has been charged with murder in connection with the fatal stabbing of a
Morning mail: Trump's wall threat, Saudi woman held in Bangkok, Socceroos crash

Morning mail: Trump's wall threat, Saudi woman held in Bangkok, Socceroos crash

Monday: Donald Trump has threatened to declare a national state of emergency. Plus: Socceroos go down 1-0 to Jordan at Asian CupGood morning, this is Helen Sullivan bringing you the main stories and
'Sonic attack' on US embassy in Havana could have been crickets, say scientists

'Sonic attack' on US embassy in Havana could have been crickets, say scientists

Noise which saw diplomats complaining of headaches and nausea could be song of Indies short-tailed cricketThe US embassy in Havana more than halved its staff in 2017 when diplomats complained of
Bolton: US troops will not leave Syria till Isis beaten and Kurds protected

Bolton: US troops will not leave Syria till Isis beaten and Kurds protected

Adviser indicates long stay for troops while president claims he never said withdrawal would be quickUS troops will not leave north-eastern Syria until Islamic State militants are defeated and
Saudi woman seeking asylum in Australia held in Bangkok

Saudi woman seeking asylum in Australia held in Bangkok

Teenager says she was abducted by Saudi diplomatic staff and fears her family will kill her if Thai authorities return her to Saudi ArabiaA young Saudi woman seeking asylum in Australia who is being
Saudi woman shuts herself in Thai hotel room to avoid deportation

Saudi woman shuts herself in Thai hotel room to avoid deportation

Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun says she will be killed if forced to return to abusive family An 18-year-old Saudi woman being detained in Bangkok having fled from her family after renouncing Islam fears she