August 26, 2019

Missing swimmer victim of suspected shark attack

Police fear a 64-year-old man who failed to return from his regular morning swim at Perth's popular Cottesloe Beach may have been taken by a great white shark. A search resumed yesterday for Bryn Martin, who was swimming out to a buoy off the beach early on Monday when he disappeared. An air, … [Read more...]

Aussie film star found dead in park

David Ngoombujarra, who starred in Ned Kelly, Rabbit Proof Fence and Australia has been found dead in Perth. The 44 year-old actor and three-time Australian Film Institute award winner was found in a park in Fremantle on Sunday and was pronounced dead at Fremantle Hospital. Police say they … [Read more...]

Aussie flights cancelled as Chile volcano ash cloud strikes again

Air travel in Australia has been disrupted as a second cloud of volcanic ash from the Chile Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano chain drifts into Australian airspace. In Sydney, all domestic Qantas and Jetstar flights to and from the city from 3pm today have been suspended. All Virgin flights from 4pm … [Read more...]

Michelle “Bombshell” McGee defends the role of mistresses

According to Michelle "Bombshell" McGee, mistresses are the real victims when it comes to extra marital affairs. McGee is famous for being the 'other woman' in the break-up of Sandra Bullock and Jesse James. Michelle McGee is in Australia as the star attraction at the Perth sexuality and … [Read more...]

Failed Tycoon’s $50 million ‘bargain’ property up for auction

Fancy owning one of the most expensive properties in Australia? The iconic Devereaux Farm one hour's drive north-east of Perth is up for aution next week. In the hands of receivers after its owner of 40 years Ric Stowe went bust in January last year. Stowe was one of Austrlia's richest men until … [Read more...]

Swedish couples honeymoon hits six natural disasters

Swedish couple Stefan and Erika Svanstrom with their baby daughter in tow, set off on their four month long honeymoon in 6th December 2010. By the time the Stockholm family got to Munich, Germany they were stranded in one of Europes worst snowstorms in living memory. After that, Stefan says, … [Read more...]

England retain Ashes as Aussie media feasts on Ponting Pie

England have retained the Ashes with a resounding innings and 157 run victory inside four days at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. After the revival of Australian hopes in Perth the baggie greens were back to their Adelaide best in Melbourne with the Test being decided in the first hour on the … [Read more...]

Australia humble England to level Ashes Series

Australia have bounced straight back from the disaster of Adelaide to level the Ashes Cricket Series with England by trouncing them inside four days at the WACA ground in Perth. After an awful start on day one the Aussies with the help of a Mitchell Johnson half century got up to a total of sorts … [Read more...]

Langer backs Hughes to fire against England

Australia batting coach Justin Langer is backing Phillip Hughes to produce runs under pressure against England in the third Ashes cricket Test starting in Perth next week. Hughes has been brough into the Australian team as a replacement for the injured Simon Katich. England in the … [Read more...]

Doug Bollinger replaces Mitchell Johnson for Adelaide Test

Australian pace bowler Mitchell Johnson has been replaced by Doug Bollinger for the second Ashes Test in Adelaide starting tomorrow. Ben Hilfenhaus is battling a hamstring injury and has been replaced by Ryan Harris who is on the comeback from knee surgery. Johnson's axing was highly likely … [Read more...]

Former All Blacks Rugby Coach stabbed in South Africa

Former All Blacks coach John Mitchell has been stabbed at his apartment in South Africa after tackling intruders he thought was a flatmate playing a practical joke. Mitchell was stabbed in the upper arm and thigh, during a scuffle with two intruders at his apartment in Hyde Park, Johannesburg, … [Read more...]