News National Top Stories – Monday 15 February, 2016
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Top Stories – Monday 15 February, 2016

Tax talk has allowed Labor to claw back valuable ground.
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Tax talk has allowed Labor to claw back valuable ground.

Turnbull hammered in poll as resurgent ALP takes shine off PM

The honeymoon is over for the new PM, with a new poll showing the Turnbull govt is now less popular than Tony Abbott in 2013. Read more.

 

Liver transplant man Matthew Whitby

Popular health product leaves dad with ‘just two weeks to live’

This common ingredient found in everyday supplements can be deadly. One man’s shocking story is a warning for all. Read more.

 

ABC

Mystery bubbling in river has locals worried and scientists baffled

It started as minor bubbles but the eruptions have locals desperate for an explanation of the weird events in the water. Read more.

 

headacheStop, thief! Tax office now taking a bigger piece of your pay

Workers who have received pay rises, even small ones, may be sending most of it to the ATO until this loophole is closed. Read more.

 

David Warner Coogee houseCricket star sells home for $7m, timber shack in Melbourne fetches $295k

Big hits on the field and now big prices in the Sydney property market. While a beach box goes in Melbourne, Warner pockets plenty. Read more.

internetuserThe internet is still portrayed as a wasteland of pervs and freaks

This academic takes a stand for netizens everywhere by exposing the six absurd stereotypes used to mock the web. Read more.

Agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce speaks on Insiders, July 5 2015.

Why Barnaby’s brand of common sense ‘could sink us all’

ANALYSIS: He knows how to stir the passions, but Barnaby Joyce could also be a dangerous deputy PM, elected at just the wrong time. Read more.

 

mel mclaughlin chris gayle‘Don’t blush, baby’: Chris Gayle uses notorious phrase again

It cost him $10,000 last time he said it, but that didn’t stop the cricket star from using the line on another Australian commentator. Read more.

 

Adam Voges

‘Sir Don’ Voges talks down bumper batting average

Adam Voges averages 97.46 in Test cricket but don’t ask him about comparisons to the great Donald Bradman. Read more.

 

AAP

Why these crosstown rivals have become the best show in sport

Melbourne Victory versus Melbourne City is fast becoming the biggest must-see sporting clash of any code in the country. Read more.