“Won’t get justice, will die with her.” This was the chilling note found last week after the body of Lesley Stillman, 67, was discovered in Carramar, 30km from Perth’s CBD. She and her ex-husband Mark Stillman, 64, were found dead in a suspected murder-suicide. It seems Australian men have takenContinue Reading

A photo of a rare Woolworths store has flamed the ongoing debate around controversial self-service checkouts in Australian supermarkets. Supermarkets have angered many shoppers after expanding the number of self-serve options in stores while simultaneously increasing intense security measures and seemingly decreasing staffed tills. But one Woolworths store in Queensland’sContinue Reading

Beijing has warned Australia to “be careful” against acting on its “unwarranted anxieties toward China”, questioning how relations can improve while Canberra accuses it of coercion. In an opinion piece by Chinese government mouthpiece the Global Times, Beijing lamented that despite a significant thawing in the bilateral relationship, Australia’s newlyContinue Reading

A conservative commentator has been branded “despicable” after mocking the Bondi Junction Westfield massacre memorial day as “virtue signalling”. The normally bustling eastern suburbs shopping centre reopened its doors at 11am on Thursday for a “community reflection day”, five days after the mass stabbing that left six dead and aContinue Reading

The Seven West board, led by Kerry Stokes, has probed shock claims of cocaine and sex workers plaguing investigative program Spotlight, with questions raised over the extent of knowledge in the finance department and among Seven executives. News.com.au understands that news and current affairs boss Craig McPherson told the executivesContinue Reading