News National Top Stories – Monday 28 September 2015

Top Stories – Monday 28 September 2015

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regrets-140915-newdailyRegrets? If you’ve got a few, we’ve got the solutions

These are the things people regret most in life. With the help of an expert, we list them so you can avoid them. Read more.


sinkhole 1 6807732-3x2-700x467Giant sinkhole swallows car, caravan at popular campground

Woman runs screaming through site, yelling for people to get out as a massive hole consumes a beachside camping area. Read more.


Screen Shot 2015-09-27 at 5.33.30 PMShould these fans be caged? Calls for AFL to tackle violent fans

Players threatened, a man charged by police. Dockers fans go too far, sparking calls for the AFL ‘manage’ rowdy crowds. Read more.

Alzheimer's ‘It now affects everyone’: dementia experts escalate warnings

Not even the young escape dementia any more. Experts say ‘now is the time’ to boost efforts to curb the disease. Read more.


Getty How Turnbull could tempt the Apple of carmakers to Australia

The big carmakers called it quits under Tony Abbott. Can technology-obsessed Malcolm Turnbull convince Tesla to make electric cars here? Read more.


Peta Credlin Credlin’s use of gender card slammed by four prominent women

Peta Credlin says she was a victim of sexist attacks while working for the former PM. But these women are saying, ‘give me a break’. Read more.


Josh-KennedyEagles goal machine holds key to club’s flag chances

Josh Kennedy is the best key forward in the AFL. Here’s why his game on Saturday could decide the decider. Read more.


cookie hack Five minute food hacks for terrible cooks

Even the most clumsy kitchen hand can look like a master chef with these quick and easy cooking tips. Now, who wants some Milo cake? Read more.


AAP Chris Brown banned amid national debate over violence against women

He was convicted six years ago for bashing Rihanna. Now Chris Brown has been denied a visa as government says ‘no’. Read more.

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