- Bombardier, whose Global 6000 plane is used for Saab's spy system, said it suffered 'a limited cybersecurity breach.' and details from the hack, left, were published by Clop.
- Australian of the Year Grace Tame has hit out at Scott Morrison over his response to the federal parliament's sexual assault crisis.
Big Apple mayoral candidate Andrew Yang says he's getting the A train to the Bronx ridiculed TwitterNew York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang tweeted on Monday that he was 'On the A train Bronx bound'. Twitter users were quick to point out the A line trains do not go up to The Bronx.
- The Department of Finance has sent an email to all past and present staffers who have worked at Parliament House - a fortnight after Brittany Higgins went public with a rape accusation.
- Pressure from Indigenous groups, government and Rio Tinto investors is believed to be behind the plans the company's chairman, Simon Thompson, has to quit the board.
- Saad al-Hilli, 50, an engineer from Surrey, was murdered in 2012 with his wife, Iqbal, 47, and mother-in-law Suhaila al-Allaf, 74, during a shooting near Lake Annecy.
- On Tuesday, there were 54,248 new COVID-19 cases reported and 1,885 deaths nationwide, but only New York, Florida, and Texas had more than 5,000 new infections.
- Minister Wang Xining accused Australia's free press of deliberately sabotaging the relationship between the two countries and 'brainwashing' Australians by publishing negative stories.
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Half of smart motorway cameras designed to spot drivers ignoring lane closures 'NOT yet operational'The roads, which can use variable speed limits and the hard shoulder as a live running lane to manage traffic flow, have sparked concerns over high-speed crashes.
- Sir Laurie Magnus suggested that authorities reflect on the events of last year during Black Lives Matter rallies that saw the likeness of 18th-century slave trader Edward Colston toppled in Bristol.
- Andrew Wang is accused of shooting his wife twice before shooting himself dead in the office building next door to the Woman's Hospital of Texas, Houston, Monday.
- The ICAC said it would hold a hearing on March 29 to probe allegations Mr Sidoti improperly advanced developments around Five Dock, in his inner western Sydney electorate of Drummoyne.
- The families of Peter Sutcliffe's victims are calling for the estate left in his will to be shared between them following his death at the age of 74 at the University Hospital of North Durham last year.
- The UN health agency advised against using them, but the director of WHO's emergencies programme said the agency was now 'looking at different options' around vaccine passports.
- A spokesman for the Sussexes denied the claims, saying they were 'the victims of a calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation'.
- An incredible 15,800 cheques have been received by the Mail Force Charity, many of which come with heartwarming letters of support for the campaign which aims to bridge the 'digital divide'.
- The small creature is one of Australia's deadliest creatures, able to cause paralysis and death within minutes if its bite is left untreated.
- 'Allowing in visitors was the price of letting a charity fund my No 10 makeover'
- Azum Mangori, 24, allegedly lured Lorraine Cox, 32, back to his flat above a kebab shop in Exeter city centre before killing her and dismembering her body, Exeter Crown Court heard.
- Sonny Bill Williams' agent has slammed Rugby Australia over it's inability to 'deal with outsiders' and the lack of diversity in higher roles.
- Graphic footage, posted on Danny Duffy's Youtube channel, shows the self-titled 'urban explorer' stumbling across the remains in a wooded area near Bolton, Greater Manchester.
- Tactical response officers and detectives were called to Dayne Brajkovich's home in Ascot in Perth's eastern suburbs on Tuesday night after it was hit with a spray of bullets about 7.15pm.
- Sydney criminal defence lawyer Raymond Zhai has aimed his content at young people by releasing videos on the social media platform that have each racked up as many as 750,000 views.
Ringleader of nursery paedophile gang Colin Blanchard makes bid to be RELEASED from prison by summerColin Blanchard, 51, from Rochdale, has been referred to the Parole Board to be considered for release with a hearing taking place as soon as May.
- Chanel Contos, 22, has collected the testimonies of more than 4,000 studentsin recent weeks who say they were abused by their first boyfriends or schoolboys older than them.
- Jennifer Sue Delgado, 7, died on June 6, 1988, after being stabbed in the stomach in a laundromat across from her home in San Antonio by a man angered at a broken vending machine.
- Australia's economic growth surged by 3.1 per cent in the December quarter. This has sparked fears interest rates won't be able to stay at record lows for too long.
Melbourne café owner offers $5,000 for staff and claims people would rather get Centrelink than workMatch & Co Cafe owner Adrian Rigotto said business has been a 'big flop' following Melbourne's 112-day coronavirus lockdown last year and the five-day shutdown last month.
- via mirror.co.ukA spokesman for the Sussexes said they were the victims of a “calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation” following the claims
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