News National Top Stories – Monday 7 September, 2015

Top Stories – Monday 7 September, 2015

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Tony Abbott announces Syrian refugee intake increase

PM shuffles on the spot as Europe welcomes desperate refugees

As Europe confronts a growing asylum seeker crisis, Australia responds by sending Peter Dutton over there to help. Read more.

Think about healthy and nutritious food options.

Women warned against ‘eating for two’ while pregnant

Overeating and obesity in expectant mothers is contributing to a cycle of unhealthiness that puts mums and bubs at risk, shows new research. Read more.



Even poor footy clubs can enjoy finals glory

A lack of financial power doesn’t mean your team can’t play in the finals. But here’s why winning a flag is much easier with pots of money. Read more.


The Block hotel

Nine desperate to renovate ratings with the ‘Blocktagon’

Last season of The Block tanked. But with a group of new contestants swinging the hammer, Nine can’t wait for the first ratings reveal. Read more.



‘Amazing, awesome’: superboot hails Hayne’s deal with 49ers

The last Aussie to make it in the NFL says Jarryd Hayne is a pioneer who has overcome sky-high odds to make it to the big time. Read more.



Are you a shopaholic? These five signs will help you find out

It’s a real condition, say experts. If you’re a little too fond of retail therapy, checking for these five symptoms could help you stop the spending. Read more.




Downton Abbey, season six: what can we expect?

The sixth and final season of the period drama is coming at the end of this year. Here’s how the show can go out with a bang. Read more.



‘We’re ready to create a real-life Jurassic Park’: scientist

We could all get the chance to dodge the gigantic jaws of a T-Rex if a group of Russian scientists is successful. Read more.



NRL finals are ready to rumble: our full preview

Sunday’s games confirmed who would meet who in the first round of NRL finals. Will Evans tells us who’s going to win. Read more.

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