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Mon, 24 Sep 2018

ABC sacks MD Michelle Guthrie halfway through term

ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie is "devastated" after being sacked just two-and-a-half years into her five-year term, with chairman Justin Milne saying "her leadership style was not the style that we needed going forward".

Mon, 24 Sep 2018

Rescuers close to reaching stricken sailor in remote waters off WA coast

Help is expected to reach injured Indian sailor Abhilash Tomy later today after he was left stranded on board his damaged yacht in the south-west Indian Ocean, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority says.

Mon, 24 Sep 2018

Drain the billabong: Australians don't like the current system and they don't trust it

Free AFL Grand Final tickets, Virgin lounge memberships, a dinner at a high-end Sydney eatery and Ed Sheeran tickets are just some of the perks our politicians have accepted, part of a rising "money problem" in Australian politics, a report finds.

Mon, 24 Sep 2018

This woman's treatment may be shocking, but it's not assault

Hidden camera footage shows 92-year-old Jean Robbins being pushed, hauled into bed and laughed at by nursing home carers. [WARNING: distressing content.]

Mon, 24 Sep 2018

She's 14, married and pregnant. But this proud gypsy insists she's a feminist

On a snowy moonlit night in Transylvania, Perty cried as she married a boy she hardly knew. A few months later, the 14-year-old fell pregnant. But she insists she's not a victim.

Mon, 24 Sep 2018

Man dies when boat he just bought capsizes on journey home

The man who died when his yacht capsized at Boat Harbour in Sydney's south this morning had just bought the vessel and was sailing it back to his home in Queensland.

Mon, 24 Sep 2018

The town that saved itself

Would you take a 10 per cent pay cut to save your town? Whyalla was on the brink of becoming a ghost town when its biggest employer went bust. Now everyone’s reaping the rewards of their sacrifice after a British billionaire became their "saviour".

Mon, 24 Sep 2018

Chart of the day: The only country in the world where 6 in 10 lower house MPs are women

When considering gender equality, African nation Rwanda doesn't automatically come to mind as a world leader. But it's one of 14 African nations who have greater representation of women than Australia does in the Lower House.

Mon, 24 Sep 2018

Large chunk of Queensland beach collapses into the ocean

A large portion of beach at Inskip Point disappears into the ocean almost three years after a giant hole swallowed caravans and threatened campers in 2015.

Mon, 24 Sep 2018

How a plane crashed in the bush and wound up as a musical campervan

It looks like it's fresh out of an episode of Wacky Races, but this military plane-turned-campervan is Australian ingenuity at its best, according to custodian Werner Kroll. Take a look inside the "only musical DC-3 in the world".

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