Category Archives: The New Daily

Aussie Sara Zelenak confirmed dead in London

Brisbane woman Sara Zelenak has been confirmed as the second Australian killed in the London terror attacks. The 21-year-old’s mother Julie Wallace, who was flying to London in the hope to find her missing daughter, broke the tragic news on Facebook

Aussie Sara Zelenak confirmed dead in London

Brisbane woman Sara Zelenak has been confirmed as the second Australian killed in the London terror attacks. The 21-year-old’s mother Julie Wallace, who was flying to London in the hope to find her missing daughter, broke the tragic news on Facebook

Aldi leaves rivals in the shade when it comes to savings: report

Shoppers can save up to $80 each time they visit discount chain Aldi compared to supermarket giants Coles and Woolworths, according to an industry study. The latest CHOICE supermarket price survey crowned Aldi the cheapest supermarket in Australia, saving customers who opt for home-brand

Aldi leaves rivals in the shade when it comes to savings: report

Shoppers can save up to $80 each time they visit discount chain Aldi compared to supermarket giants Coles and Woolworths, according to an industry study. The latest CHOICE supermarket price survey crowned Aldi the cheapest supermarket in Australia, saving customers who opt for home-brand

Two Australians confirmed killed in London terror attack

UPDATED: The Federal Government has officially confirmed that two Australians were killed in the London terrorist attack. UK police on Tuesday night confirmed Australian nurse Kirsty Boden was killed in the attack, which began on London Bridge and swept through nearby Borough Market.

Two Australians confirmed killed in London terror attack

UPDATED: The Federal Government has officially confirmed that two Australians were killed in the London terrorist attack. UK police on Tuesday night confirmed Australian nurse Kirsty Boden was killed in the attack, which began on London Bridge and swept through nearby Borough Market.

Sporting events you may no longer be able to watch on free-to-air TV

FIFA World Cup, Wimbledon, V8 Supercars races and many more major sporting events are under threat of no longer being broadcast on free-to-air television as part of a federal government media reforms package. About 100 sporting events – including soccer, cricket, rugby league,

Sporting events you may no longer be able to watch on free-to-air TV

FIFA World Cup, Wimbledon, V8 Supercars races and many more major sporting events are under threat of no longer being broadcast on free-to-air television as part of a federal government media reforms package. About 100 sporting events – including soccer, cricket, rugby league,

Spate of attacks on Britain spark increased terror fears in Australia

British Prime Minister Theresa May, distressed by the third deadly terror attack since late March, said Britons “cannot and must not pretend things can continue as they are”, but local terror experts warn that Australia should prepare for similar events. “We cannot and

Spate of attacks on Britain spark increased terror fears in Australia

British Prime Minister Theresa May, distressed by the third deadly terror attack since late March, said Britons “cannot and must not pretend things can continue as they are”, but local terror experts warn that Australia should prepare for similar events. “We cannot and

Mum, soldier, beauty queen: Gal Gadot really is a Wonder Woman

Israeli actress Gal Gadot has proven she is a force to be reckoned with in her first leading role as comic book heroine Wonder Woman. The US$120 million (AU$161 million) superhero film has scored rave reviews, despite some controversy. While her on-screen character fights Nazis

Mum, soldier, beauty queen: Gal Gadot really is a Wonder Woman

Israeli actress Gal Gadot has proven she is a force to be reckoned with in her first leading role as comic book heroine Wonder Woman. The US$120 million (AU$161 million) superhero film has scored rave reviews, despite some controversy. While her on-screen character fights Nazis

Islamic State encourages ‘lone wolf’ terrorists to lure victims via Gumtree and eBay

Islamic State has incited its followers to pose as fake sellers on popular buy-and-sell websites such as eBay and Gumtree to lure unsuspecting site users to their deaths. The extremist group issued the instruction in its English-language propaganda magazine Rumiyah, titled “Just terror tactics”. “The

Islamic State encourages ‘lone wolf’ terrorists to lure victims via Gumtree and eBay

Islamic State has incited its followers to pose as fake sellers on popular buy-and-sell websites such as eBay and Gumtree to lure unsuspecting site users to their deaths. The extremist group issued the instruction in its English-language propaganda magazine Rumiyah, titled “Just terror tactics”. “The