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ANZAC DAY

Antarctica expeditioners mark Anzac Day in sub-zero temperatures

Australian expeditioners in Antarctica have marked Anzac Day in sub-zero temperatures at four research stations. Full story »

WORLD

Entire US Senate to be briefed on North Korea crisis

Top Trump administration officials are set to hold a rare briefing at the White House for the entire US Senate on the situation in North Korea, senior Senate aides say. Full story »
NORTH KOREA

Brett McLeod: North Korea keeps singing amid nuclear tensions

9NEWS reporter Brett McLeod with North Korea in the background. (Supplied)

From where I am standing, not only can I see the people of North Korea, I can hear them. And they are very loud.  Full story »

GOOD NEWS

Anzac lovebirds going strong 70 years on

As the country reflects during Anzac Day, for one couple this day means even more, as it marks the time when they originally met – 71 years ago. Full story »

ENTERTAINMENT

'Furious 8' continues to dominate the box offices worldwide

Universal's The Fate of the Furious topped the North American box office for a second weekend, taking $38.4 million as it closed in on $1 billion worldwide. Full story »

CRIME

Skipper blows three times the legal alcohol limit after crashing boat onto Forster beach

A man has been charged after crashing his boat onto a NSW beach. (9NEWS)
A man has been charged after he allegedly crashed his boat onto a beach on the New South Wales Mid North Coast while drunk. Full story »
ACCIDENTS

Two elderly Queensland anglers found dead

An elderly man and woman have both been found dead after they went on a fishing trip on the central Queensland coast yesterday.  Full story »

US POLITICS

Ivanka Trump's clothing label 'secretly being sold under a different name'

Ivanka Trump at the RNC. (AP)

Ivanka Trump's fashion line has undoubtedly suffered a blow since her father's Presidency was announced last year, but her latest tactic to boost sales might not help the talk of dishonesty and false claims from the Trump family.

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WORLD

Woman breaks down in tears after learning family heirloom's value

The owner of an antique art-deco bracelet was left in tears on a British TV show after a valuer told her it was worth a whopping $250,000. Full story »
ENTERTAINMENT

Elton John recovering after contracting 'potentially deadly' infection on tour

British pop icon Elton John contracted a "potentially deadly" infection while on tour which saw him spend two nights in intensive care and has forced shows to be cancelled. Full story »

TENNIS

Serena Williams hits back at Romanian Fed Cup captain Ilie Nastase over racism

Serena Williams has launched a stinging attack on Ilie Nastase, accusing the Romanian Fed Cup captain of racially abusing her and her unborn baby and hurling sexist abuse at her fellow female tennis players. Full story »

ANZAC DAY

9NEWS reporter Simon Bouda describes heartbreaking visit to grandfather's grave

9NEWS reporter Simon Bouda has paid an emotional tribute to his grandfather on Anzac Day, describing the heartbreaking personal journey to visit his final resting place in Papua New Guinea. Full story »

EMERGENCIES

Suspicious fire destroys Dalby school buildings

One of Queensland's oldest public schools has been damaged by a fire that appears to have been deliberately lit. Full story »

ANZAC DAY

Anzac Day 2017: Sacrifices of armed forces remembered

As dawn fell, thousands turned out commemorate fallen heroes and all war veterans in Anzac Day services. 

This year marks 102 years since the Anzac's arrived at Gallipoli in WWI.

Click through to view more photos from Anzac Day services. 

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CRIME

Police officer hit with bottle while trying to break up brawling Coogee teens

A police officer has been hit in the head with a bottle while trying to break up a crowd of more than 50 brawling teens near Sydney's Coogee Beach.  Full story »

POLITICS

President Trump brags of 'higher TV ratings' than 9/11 coverage

US President Donald Trump has boasted about generating higher TV ratings than coverage of the 9/11 terrorists attacks. Full story »

NATIONAL

'Too easy' to become an Aussie: Hinch backs visa reforms

Senator Derryn Hinch has backed the federal government's tightening of the citizenship test after admitting it had been "too easy" for him to become an Australian citizen. Full story »
DISASTERS

Strong 6.9 magnitude earthquake hits off coast of Chile

A strong earthquake has rattled central Chile, US geologists have reported. Full story »

ENTERTAINMENT

Teen's voice brings family to tears in 'The Voice' blind audition

Last night, The Voice returned with a bang. It's looking like this year could be one of the best yet, with an all-star international line-up. Full story »

ANZAC DAY

Anzac Day: Australians gather in Gallipoli for dawn service

Hundreds of Australians have gathered in Gallipoli for an Anzac Day dawn service, amid heightened security following intelligence suggesting terrorists may try to target the commemorations. Full story »