THIS morning’s counter-terror raids have brought out the best and worst in Australians.
THE identities of scores of Australian jihadists in Syria and Iraq remains unknown.
DEFENCE chief Mark Binskin has warned that Australia must keep on top of the terrorist threat to avoid a strike on home soil.
CONTROVERSIAL Liberal Senator Cory Bernadi has this morning stood by a controversial tweet linking Australia’s biggest terror raids with the burqa.
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SHARON Osbourne has made a shocking confession that she once “slashed her wrists” to prove to Ozzy Osbourne how much she loved him.
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott’s decision to snub next week’s United Nations climate change summit has found an unlikely supporter in Greens leader Christine Milne, who says his input would only obstruct progress.
A DEATH row-themed restaurant set to open in London next month is under pressure to close down after being slammed on social media.
TO help prepare for her transition from politician to television presenter, Kristina Keneally got up on stage in front of a room full of people and told a story about three ex-boyfriends, one of whom turned out to be gay.
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott has left Arnhem Land to farewell troops heading to Iraq, and says he may not return.
TODAY is National Cheeseburger Day. To celebrate this delicious occasion, one of our burger-obsessed journos has written a love letter to her favourite food…we dare you to read it and not get a craving.
FIRST he attacked Africans, Asians and people from the Middle East, and then he let loose on Twitter.
A MYSTERY client has offered up a huge bounty — reportedly the biggest in history — for information about who shot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
A SERIES of pre-dawn raids across Sydney may have thwarted a plot by a terror cell to kidnap and behead a random member of the public.
THE Australian Defence Force may boost security at bases around the country after anti-terror raids across Sydney and Brisbane.