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Drink-driving former teacher tries to pash police officer

An intoxicated former high school teacher has attempted to kiss a police officer before being arrested for drink driving with her 10-year-old son in the car. Full story »


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 »

N.Korea quiet amid expectation of tests

The morning has come and gone without any nuclear tests or ballistic missile launches from North Korea, as it marks the anniversary of the its military. Full story »

Jakarta governor Ahok hits out at 'lies'

Jakarta's incumbent Christian governor has launched an impassioned defence at his blasphemy trial, saying 'lies have become truth'. Full story »

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 »


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 »


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 »

Anzac Day marked in London

The sacrifices of the Anzacs will be remembered at a dawn service in London. Full story »

Anzac dawn service set to start in France

French police are providing tight security at the Australian Memorial in northern France as people start arriving for the Anzac Day dawn service. Full story »

'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 »


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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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 »


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 »


Strong 6.9 magnitude earthquake hits off coast of Chile

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


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 »

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 »


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 »


Magnitude 7.1 quake strikes off Chile

A strong earthquake has struck off the west coast of Chile. Full story »

Not guilty plea in S.African axe murder

A former Perth schoolboy has pleaded not guilty in a South African court to the axe murder of three of his family members. Full story »

Obama doesn't mention Trump in speech

Former President Barack Obama has talked about leadership in his first speech since exiting the White House, but didn't mention his replacement. Full story »