News National Top Stories – Wednesday 13 January, 2016
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Top Stories – Wednesday 13 January, 2016

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slot1Australia’s biggest sport in crisis as gutted players break down in tears

Essendon’s season in tatters, players are left shattered – and the prospect of million-dollar lawsuits looms large. Read more.

 

Campbell-TannerLegal threat: why the ‘Essendon 34’ could end up back in court

Can the players appeal? Will they sue the club? Experts say the players have one promising option available. Read more.

 

Airly aims to cut travel time for flyers. The ‘risky’ Uber-like startup that could ‘turn air travel on its head’

Airly will allow you to take as many flights as you want for a single monthly fee. Find out how it works and what the experts think. Read more.

 

Bowie and Iman shortly after meeting in 1990. Photo: Getty The private life of Bowie: divorce, children and a 25-year love story

Inside the celebrated singer’s fiercely guarded personal life – from his failed first marriage to his 15-year-old daughter. Read more.

 

istanbul bomb Syrian suicide bomber believed responsible for deadly explosion

Authorities investigating possible terror attack after blast at Istanbul’s popular Sultanahmet tourist district. Read more.

 

weatherSummer scorcher: Heat wave warning issued as Australia sizzles

As temperatures soar across the nation, find out how many hot days and night you should expect to endure at your place. Read more.

 

death-star-120116-newdailyThe bombshell report that could destroy ‘Debt Star’ banking

ANALYSIS: Like in the original Star Wars, one torpedo could destroy a great evil. This time, it’s a huge flaw in the global financial system. Read more.

 

Essendon Why the CAS verdict could cripple the Bombers for years

Analysis: The AFL powerhouse faces years of heartbreak and despair after being handed a staggering blow from the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Read more.

 

colleagues-120116-newdailyHere’s why you should socialise with your workmates more often

New research shows the immense benefit of the ‘Friendship Effect’ in the workplace. And why bad workers are hugely toxic. Read more.