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Josh Butler

10 daily Senior News Reporter

Crime

Crime

Jussie Smollett Charged With Making False Police Report Over Assault Claims

2 min read

'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett will be arrested on felony criminal charges relating to claims he was assaulted on a Chicago street.

National

National

Cheeky Pilot Draws 'I'm Bored' In The Sky During Flight

1 min read

We've all probably been bored on a long-haul flight at some point -- but this pilot took it to new heights.

Music

Music

Aussie Music Stars Rally To Tell Government 'Don't Kill Live Music'

3 min read

If it were a festival lineup, it'd sell out quick.

Politics

Politics

Dutton Confirms Investigation Into Visas For Foreign Criminals

5 min read

The Home Affairs department is investigating allegations of bribery for visas made by a man held in immigration detention, the most explosive concerning a drug trafficker jailed for 10 years.

National

National

Police Slid Into Event Attendees DMs Over Satirical Event

3 min read

Nearly 14,000 people have RSVPed to a Facebook event called 'Leave a poo at Gladys Berejiklian’s doorstep' -- and NSW Police are interested.

Politics

Politics

'Living Hell': Refugees Scared Of Being Sent To Christmas Island

5 min read

Christmas Island's detention centre is a "living hell" and people in Australia's immigration detention system are petrified of being sent there, as the government moves to reopen the previously-shuttered facility.

Politics

Politics

'Potential To Save Lives': ACT Approves Pill Testing Trial At Music Festival

2 min read

A pill testing trial has been approved at Canberra's Groovin The Moo music festival, with the ACT government saying it had a "responsibility" to explore the measure.

Crime

Crime

Drug Dogs Are Sniffing Out The Wrong Crims: Study

3 min read

More evidence has shown drug dog programs fail in what they set out to achieve, with suppliers slipping through the nets that pick up low-level drug users and marijuana smokers.

Tech

Tech

'Sophisticated State Actor' Hacks Liberal And Labor Parties

1 min read

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has revealed the computer networks of the federal parliament and major parties have come under "malicious" attack from a "state actor".

National

National

Woolworths Axes $1 Milk In Effort To Help Farmers

3 min read

Supermarket giant Woolworths will no longer sell milk for $1 per litre, raising prices with the increase to go to struggling dairy farmers.

Sport

Sport

Big Bash Final: Renegades Win After Stunning Fightback

2 min read

An incredible comeback win in the all-Melbourne Big Bash final has seen the Renegades win their first title.

Politics

Politics

Blood, Brawls, Boats: Our Parliament Is Slowly Imploding

4 min read

The week started with a historic loss. It ended with a disgusting admission from a bumbling senator.