General Seniors News

Tue 13 Nov 2018

Stan Lee tribute: Take the ultimate Marvel quiz

Stan Lee tribute: Take the ultimate Marvel quiz

Stan Lee gave the world joy through his comic books - Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk, Black Panther and more - but his final years were fraught with trauma.

Bourke St driver found guilty of six murders

Bourke St driver found guilty of six murders

James Gargasoulas, who went on a rampage through Melbourne’s Bourke St and mowed down pedestrians, has been found guilty.

PM reverses Foodbank funding cut

PM reverses Foodbank funding cut

SCOTT Morrison has abruptly reversed funding cuts to the food charity Foodbank after a swift backlash from the public.

Ex-ABC boss alleges ‘icky’ touching; claim denied

Ex-ABC boss alleges ‘icky’ touching; claim denied

Michelle Guthrie believes she was sacked from ABC partly because she had accused then-Chairman Justin Milne of “inappropriately touching” her, a claim he denies

Mon 12 Nov 2018

Scrooge may have been onto something

Scrooge may have been onto something

IT COULD pay to hang out some of your smaller stockings for Santa Claus this year.

Sun 11 Nov 2018

Humble trolley man: ‘I’m no hero’

Humble trolley man: ‘I’m no hero’

THE man who took on a terrorist with a shopping trolley during the deadly Melbourne terror attack is homeless with few possessions.

Fri 9 Nov 2018

‘Whole house shaking’: Earthquake rocks WA

‘Whole house shaking’: Earthquake rocks WA

AN EARTHQUAKE hit parts of Western Australia this morning, waking thousands of people up as tremors shook their homes.

KILLING ZONE: Dancefloor terror as 12 shot dead in bar

KILLING ZONE: Dancefloor terror as 12 shot dead in bar

USING a smoke bomb and a handgun, a combat veteran opened fire during a university night at a California bar, killing 12 people and sending hundreds fleeing.

Thu 8 Nov 2018

Man pleads guilty to rape and murder of Eurydice Dixon

Man pleads guilty to rape and murder of Eurydice Dixon

A NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD has plead guilty to the rape and murder of Eurydice Dixon during a court appearance today.

NSW Opposition Leader accused of indecent touching

NSW Opposition Leader accused of indecent touching

THE NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley has been accused of indecently touching an ABC journalist during a Christmas party in 2016.

The inside story of Mark Latham’s TV no-show

The inside story of Mark Latham’s TV no-show

WHEN Pauline Hanson fronted Channel 10 to spruik her new high profile recruit mark Latham, he didn’t show up. Here’s what happened.

Wed 7 Nov 2018

'Heart of gold': Shark attack victim mourned by family

'Heart of gold': Shark attack victim mourned by family

A DOCTOR killed by a shark while swimming in the idyllic Whitsundays has been described as an “exceptional gentleman” with a “heart of gold”.

Top toe tips for healthy nails

Top toe tips for healthy nails

ALL TOO often toe nails are infected by fungus bought on by either damage to your nails or from not taking good care of your feet.

Tue 6 Nov 2018

The Cliffsofmoher death prompts outrage after Melbourne Cup

The Cliffsofmoher death prompts outrage after Melbourne Cup

THE Cliffsofmoher is one of more than 100 horses killed on Australian racetracks each year and made $1.7 million before his death.

Cross Counter wins sodden Melbourne Cup

Cross Counter wins sodden Melbourne Cup

CROSS Counter timed his late run to perfection to storm home in the Melbourne Cup on a soggy Flemington Racecourse.

'HORRIFIC': Whitsundays shark attack victim dies in hospital

'HORRIFIC': Whitsundays shark attack victim dies in hospital

Police have confirmed a man, 33, died from “absolutely horrific” injuries in a shark attack at Cid Harbour in the Whitsundays.

Mon 5 Nov 2018

Angry Anderson's son death mourned by friends

Angry Anderson's son death mourned by friends

FRIENDS of Liam Anderson gathered at the site of his death to leave tributes as it was revealed the man allegedly behind the attack was his best friend.

Track your spending during Christmas rush

Track your spending during Christmas rush

KIDS see us pay with a piece of plastic (or our phones), and if we ask for cash out, we appear to walk away with more money than we started with!

Fri 2 Nov 2018

Thousands still without power after lightning strikes

Thousands still without power after lightning strikes

THOUSANDS of properties are still without power across South Australia today after thunder and lightning hit the state overnight.

Employers reluctance to hire older workers has to stop

Employers reluctance to hire older workers has to stop

OVER 50? Just under a third of Australian employers are reluctant to hire you.

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