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A bus slammed into a house in Glenmore A young family has been forced out of their home in Sydney’s west after a bus ploughed into their rental property in Glenmore late Yesterday.It is believed the bus driver suffered a medical condition episode moments before the accident occurred . The home owner said she’s disappointed th

A man body found in Jamberroo A man’s body has been found in bushland in jamberoo south of Sydney.Police have discovered the victim believed to be in his forties in the scenic lookout in the Budderoo National Park west of Kiama. Emergency services searched the area for several hours  after an initial report The man’

Abbott will arrive to Australia Today Prime minister Tony abbott will arrive to Australia Today after his four nation tour. Touching down in Hawaii Abbott met with top military leaders just as the US made a decision to send an aircraft carrier and two guided missile ships to the gulf. Mr Abbott said his government  will hold many discu

Police target pedestrians, hands tickets to 500 people in 12 hours During a 12-hour period in Sydney and Parramatta CBDs on Friday, police special operation targeting pedestrians issued nearly 500 infringement notices. According to sources, police issued 495 infringement notices for offences such as crossing against the traffic lights and other violations. The r

Jennifer Lopez wears stunning outfit made by Lebanese designer Charbel Zoe El Khoury at the world cup Opening ceremony The FIFA World Cup 2014 kicked off Friday with a colourful Opening ceremony, as the final act saw a performance of official World Cup “Ole Ola” song by Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull and Brazilian pop singer Claudia Leitte. JLo took the stage wearing a gorgeous emerald outfit designed by young

Geoff Shaw has been suspended from state Parliament Victorian MP Geoff Shaw has been suspended from state Parliament last night over the misuse of his entitlements. The opposition has branded this punishment as soft as fairy floss because  Labor wanted to see Geoff shaw completely expelled from parliament. The debate in parliament lasted over 4 hour

Egyptian prosecutors demand maximum jail penalty for Australian journalist Greste Egyptian prosecutors in the trial of Australian journalist Peter Greste have demanded the maximum penalty. The Al-Jazeera reporter and two of his colleagues were arrested in Cairo-Egypt over six months ago accused of aiding the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood and spreading false news. Greste is facin

Bruce Harris gives evidence via video link The brother of Rolph Harris Mr Bruce Harris has dismissed allegations against the Australian entertainer during his indecent assault trial  in London. Bruce (90 year old) gave evidence from Sydney-Australia via video link last night. Bruce who is also Rolph’s manager said it was just not poss

Abbott repairs ties with Indonesia Prime Minister Tony Abbott met briefly with the Indonesia’s president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in Batam last night. Mr Abbott met with Bambang for the first time since the spying controversy threatened to derail the relationships between the two countries six months ago. Mr. Abbott said, ̶

Abbott meets Indonesian President Tonight Prime Minister Tony abbott will fly this morning to Indonesia for his first meeting with Indonesian president Sosilio Banbang Yodhoyono since relationships between the two countries soured over spying allegations.This come as new poll shows over two thirds of Australians agreed with spying allegatio