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Barnaby calls on Australia to help Assange

Barnaby Joyce is calling on the federal government to stop the extradition of Julian Assange from the United Kingdom to America.The outspoken Nationals backbencher wants Australia to step up its diplomatic efforts once the WikiLeaks…

‘Extreme outrage’ at protester violence

The government again strongly condemned ‘masked rioters’ for committing acts of violence across the city on Sunday, noting in particular that police officers were “obviously” targeted for attacks.A spokesman noted that an officer’s…

Top suburbs for future capital growth revealed

94 West Parkway, Colonel Light Gardens is on the market with Harcourts VennMillar – Cumberland Park. The property will be auctioned on Saturday, November 2, with a price guide of $850,000. Investors chasing capital growth of almost 30…

Petrol bombs, fires and attacks in Mong Kok

Anti-government protests continued in multiple locations across the city on Sunday night, with one of the largest demonstrations in Mong Kok.Protesters hurled petrol bombs outside the Mong Kok police station, setting some of the huge…

Why buyer demand is creating a sellers market

AUSTRALIA has recorded its strongest auction clearance rate since June 2017, with the number of homes selling under the hammer in Brisbane also up. New figures show 1163 auctions were scheduled in Brisbane during the September quarter,…

Stylists give fresh look to old homes

Lyn Brenton and her husband Peter recently sold their home in Seaton. Pic: Emma Brasier. If you’re a homeowner considering downsizing, there’s a simple way you can help attract buyers to your home. Although seeking the expertise of a…

Typhoon Hagibis: 23 dead, 16 missing in Japan

Japan has sent tens of thousands of troops and rescue workers to save stranded residents and fight floods caused by one of the worst typhoons to hit the country in recent history, which killed 23 people and briefly paralysed Tokyo.…

No violence claim from Ted Cruz ‘baffling’

The government on Sunday broke its silence on Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s cancelled meeting with visiting US senator Ted Cruz, saying Lam called off the Saturday meeting due to other ‘public duties’, while suggesting that Cruz was…

Police attacked amid another day of unrest

Police have accused protesters of using a ‘sharp-edged object’ to slash the back of an officer's neck at the Kwun Tong station, drawing blood.In a statement, the force said the officer was conscious when he was taken to hospital, and…

Reg Watson obituary | Television & radio

The Australian television producer Reg Watson, who has died aged 95, was a pioneer of soap operas on both sides of the world. He adopted a policy of glamour, escapism and fun when he launched the daily serials Crossroads in Britain and…

Australian Casanova Conman now in New York

To the women he met online and wooed, he was a self-made property mogul worth millions of dollars who drove a flashy sports car and showered them with jewels.But in reality, Paul Carter was a tradesman from outer-suburban Melbourne with…

MTR to bypass some stations because of protests

The MTR Corporation said on Sunday that its trains won't stop at five stations because of the danger posed by protest activity. It said that on the Kwun Tong line, Kwun Tong MTR station is closed, while on the Ma On Shan line, the…

HK protesters taunt riot police at rallies

Hong Kong pro-democracy activists have staged a cat-and-mouse game with riot police, mounting protests in several shopping malls and chanting slogans such as "Free Hong Kong" until police arrived and then dispersing among weekend…

Beijing condemns ‘ludicrous’ Cruz comments

The Commissioner of the Foreign Ministry in Hong Kong on Sunday hit out at comments by visiting US Senator Ted Cruz, describing them as ludicrous, and warning him to "stop running amok on China's land." The spokesperson for the…

Police confront protesters across Hong Kong

There have been several confrontations between police and protesters after hundreds of people gathered across Hong Kong on Sunday afternoon in response to online calls for rallies in major shopping malls. Some shops operated by the…
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