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'It will be hard to sleep tonight': Melbourne garbage collector discovers man's body in bin

A garbage collector this morning made the gruesome discovery of a man's body after he was called to empty a bin in Melbourne's north, homicide detectives said.  Full story »


Disgraced ex-minister Ian Macdonald in custody

Disgraced former NSW minister Ian Macdonald is behind bars after his sentence hearing, which included a character reference from broadcaster Alan Jones. Full story »


VIDEO: Another alleged victim of convicted killer Vincent O’Dempsey speaks out

9NEWS has spoken exclusively to a woman who went into witness protection to avoid O’Dempsey, who today was found guilty of murdering Barbara McCulkin and her two daughters. Full story »


'It’s due to Illuminati': Bourke Street rampage accused Jimmy Gargasoulas’ bizarre court rant

The man accused of driving a car down Melbourne’s busy Bourke Street Mall, killing six people, has made a bizarre rant referencing the ‘Illuminati’ during a court appearance for an unrelated matter. Full story »


Faulty equipment to blame for massive power outage across Sydney

Faulty equipment inside an Ausgrid substation in south western Sydney is to blame for a massive power outage which closed both directions of the M5 East tunnel during peak hour, causing traffic chaos on Sydney streets. Full story »


Pauline Hanson's One Nation party forced to reveal documents

The prime minister is steering clear of an investigation into whether Pauline Hanson's One Nation failed to properly disclose use of an aircraft. Full story »

Pauline Hanson's One Nation careering from controversy to oblivion

Pauline Hanson has been forced to defend One Nation as at least five agencies and several ministers weigh up allegations against her party. Full story »

Donald Trump set for ‘tough talks’ with NATO and EU at summit

US President Donald Trump is set to press allies to do more on terrorism as he meets with NATO and EU leaders for the first time at a summit in Brussels.  Full story »


Manchester bombing: UK authorities furious after US intelligence officials leak attack photos to media

British authorities have voiced their fury to American counterparts after photographs apparently showing bloodstained fragments from the Manchester bombing were leaked to the US press. Full story »


'They know she's innocent': Corby's mum speaks out before Schapelle's homecoming

The mother of Schapelle Corby says former Australian Federal Police commissioner Mick Keelty and others know her daughter is innocent of drug smuggling. Full story »

Aldi’s $80 espresso machine ties with $160 Nespresso as Aussie’s favourite home appliances revealed

The country's top picks for the best home appliances has been revealed, with some budget brands coming out on top.  Full story »


Carjacking victim slams Melbourne court for handing offender no conviction, small fine

A Melbourne man who was the victim of a brutal carjacking has slammed the sentence handed to a 21-year-old who was seen in his stolen Mercedes.

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VIDEO: Midwifery students use virtual reality in training

Midwifery students are for the first time using virtual reality in their training.  Full story »


Police swoop on one of Queensland’s most wanted drug kingpins at luxury Melbourne hotel

One of Australia’s most wanted men who has been on the run for almost a year was arrested at an upmarket Melbourne hotel. Full story »


Man arrested in Queensland after ex-wife found dead in Melbourne home

A man has been arrested by Queensland police after his ex-wife was found dead inside their family home in the Melbourne suburb Sunshine West.

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Collapsing machinery narrowly misses workers in Brisbane

Two workmen have narrowly missed being crushed by construction machinery after it collapsed in Brisbane’s north.

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Hero surfers save man from drowning at Gold Coast beach

A quick-thinking group of surfers have pulled an unconscious man from the water at a Gold Coast beach.

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Lindt Café siege inquest: NSW Police Commissioner admits police 'should have gone in earlier'

New South Wales' top cop has conceded police waited too long to enter the Lindt Café during the 2014 siege that ended with the deaths of two hostages. Full story »


Melbourne gym members run for their lives after man shot

A man is in hospital after a gunman opened fire outside a gym in Coolaroo, in Melbourne’s north, last night. Full story »


VIDEO: Pauline Hanson demands party candidates take financial hit in leaked audio of meeting

9NEWS has obtained the full recording of a One Nation party meeting where leader Pauline Hanson demanded candidates take a financial hit. Full story »