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  • Wal Scott-Smith: The unsung Anzac hero
    WAL SCOTT-SMITH, 96, never fired a shot in war, or charged onto the muddy battlefields of Europe. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |NSW9 mins ago
  • Man dies, two rescued after boat capsizes
    A MAN has died and a man and a woman have been rescued after a boat capsized south of Sydney early on Anzac Day. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |NSW9 mins ago
  • NSW Swifts chasing Super season: Team Guide
    THEY were well known as the youngest and most inexperienced team in last year’s Super Netball competition but in 2018 the NSW Swifts want to reinvent themselves. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |NSW9 mins ago
  • Have you seen today’s Daily Telegraph?
    Did you notice something different about your favourite newspaper this morning? ... more
    DailyTelegraph |NSW9 mins ago
  • Design flaw made school a death trap
    A DESIGN flaw has been at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School turned the school into a death trap during the deadly shooting. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |World19 mins ago
  • ‘Very honourable’, Trump praises Kim Jong-un
    US President Donald Trump has praised North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's actions as 'very honourable'. President Trump says discussions on a planned summit are going well, but has played down expectations of a quick denuclearisation deal. Trump says he won't repeat the mistakes of past administrations, by relaxing sanctions too… ... more
    DailyTelegraph |World19 mins ago
  • Trump and Macron Discuss Iran Nuclear Deal
    President Donald Trump hosted French President Emmanuel Macron at the White House Tuesday. The two leaders discussed the 2015 Iran nuclear accord. Photo: Getty Images ... more
    DailyTelegraph |World19 mins ago
  • ‘Monster’ fatberg’s deadly secrets
    BANNED performance-enhancing supplements. Drug resistant bacteria. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |World19 mins ago
  • Punters race to place their bets on royal baby name
    Punters are racing to place their bets on the possible name of the new royal baby. A spokesman for betting company Ladbrokes says 'James' is the favourite with punters. Over 100,000 bets have been placed across the UK betting industry as the world eagerly awaits the announcement from Kensington Palace. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |World19 mins ago
  • Several dead in Indonesia oil well fire
    AT least 10 people have been killed and dozens more injured after a fire at an illegal oil well in Indonesia’s Aceh province. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |World19 mins ago
  • Major delays on Bruce Highway
    NORTHBOUND traffic on the Bruce Highway has been delayed after a single vehicle crash at Elimbah. ... more
    DailyTelegraph28 mins ago
  • First woman to deliver commemorative address on Anzac narrat...
    April 25, 2018. Army surgeon Colonel Susan Neuhaus speaks to reporters in Canberra following the Anzac Day dawn service. Ms Neuhas is the first woman to deliver a commemorative address at the Canberra dawn service. "We have sometimes made the mistake of having a very singular narrative around Anzac when… ... more
    DailyTelegraph28 mins ago
  • Man dies, two rescued after boat capsizes
    A MAN has died and a man and a woman have been rescued after a boat capsized south of Sydney early on Anzac Day. ... more
    DailyTelegraph28 mins ago
  • ‘Rat of Tobruk’ delivers moving speech at Anzac Ceremony...
    One of the last surviving 'Rats of Tobruk' Robert Semple OAM BEM, 98, gave a moving speech ahead of the national Anzac day march in the nation's capital. The speech centred on Mr. Semple's experiences of mateship and the bonds of brotherhood that have withstood the test of time. Recalling… ... more
    DailyTelegraph28 mins ago
  • Nelson pays tribute to Australian gathered for dawn services
    April 25, 2018. Australian War Memorial Director Brendan Nelson speaks to reporters in Canberra following the Anzac Day dawn service in Canberra. Mr Nelson pays tribute to the 38,000 Australians who gathered under the stars waiting for dawn to break and others around the country who gathered in their own… ... more
    DailyTelegraph28 mins ago
  • Darwin Anzac Day March 2018
    Service personnel march through the streets of Darwin to commemorate Anzac Day. ... more
    DailyTelegraph28 mins ago
  • Anzac Day Commemorated at Antarctic Research Base
    A veteran Defence Force naval officer led an Anzac Day dawn service for 26 expeditioners at Casey research station in Antarctica on April 25. Rebecca Jeffcoat has been with the Royal Australian Navy for 28 years and has spent a year as Australia’s Casey station leader. The commander said the… ... more
    DailyTelegraph28 mins ago
  • Crowds gather for Melbourne ANZAC Day march
    April 25, 2018. Thousands gather to watch the ANZAC Day parade in Melbourne led by young men and service women in the traditional march to the Shrine of Remembrance. Australian Navy Recruit Conor Radburn, 23, says being part of the march is an honour and it melts his heart to… ... more
    DailyTelegraph28 mins ago
  • RAW: Laying of the wreaths Adelaide
    April 25, 2018. Raw footage: The laying of the wreaths during Adelaide's Anzac Day dawn service held at the South Australian National War Memorial. (AAP VIDEO/Kathryn Bermingham) ... more
    DailyTelegraph28 mins ago
  • Masses turn out to honour Anzac sacrifice
    Large crowds have turned out across Australia and New Zealand to stand united in remembrance and respect for the nation's generations of 'diggers'. Anzac Day marks the anniversary of the landing of the Australian and NZ Army Corps at Gallipoli in 1915. ... more
    DailyTelegraph28 mins ago
  • George and Charlotte’s sweet moment we missed
    ADORABLE Princess Charlotte may have looked ultra-cute as she waved to the crowds when she went to meet her new baby brother, but most people seem to have missed this heartwarming moment between the royal siblings. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent47 mins ago
  • Bachelor star’s cringeworthy stunt
    BACHELOR In Paradise’s Leah Costa has unveiled a trick she’s been playing on all of us — to “make a point� about the “power of suggestion�. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent47 mins ago
  • Sarah Jessica Parker redefining feud
    Sarah Jessica Parker redefining feud. Sarah Jessica Parker wants to "redefine" her feud with Kim Cattrall. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent47 mins ago
  • Picture gallery: Camden Anzac Day 2018
    The huge attendance at Camden RSL’s Anzac Day dawn service shows the Anzac spirit is alive and well. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Local2 hours ago
  • Camden Anzac Day dawn service
    OUR Australian defence forces were acknowledged and praised for being trustworthy, fearless and honourable by the hundreds of residents, families and community leaders who attended Camden’s Anzac Day dawn service this morning. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Local2 hours ago
  • Northern beaches marks Anzac Day
    THOUSANDS of people watched the sunrise and paid their respects to those who made the ultimate sacrifice at the Anzac Day dawn service at Dee Why this morning. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Local2 hours ago
  • Record crowds at emotional Coogee dawn service
    THOUSANDS descended on Coogee Beach as young and old commemorated Anzac Day at the dawn service. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Local2 hours ago
  • â€�Best dawn service in a long timeâ€�
    A new generation of veterans have honoured their predecessors, as about an 5000 people surrounded the Pinegrove War Memorial for Anzac Day Dawn Service this year. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Local2 hours ago
  • Anzac Day on the northern beaches
    PHOTOS: Anzac Day on the northern beaches ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Local2 hours ago
  • Family retreat packed with extras
    LARGE blocks of land are fast becoming rare offerings on the market — but this listing in Wentworthville has more than enough space both inside and out. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Local2 hours ago
  • Northern beaches claims $200k lottery winner
    A Dee Why person has stepped forward to claim their Lucky Lotteries Mega Jackpot prize, making them $200,000 richer. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Local2 hours ago
  • Liverpool pays tribute
    Dozens of community members paid tribute to Australia’s servicemen and women today with a dawn service in the heart of Liverpool. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Local2 hours ago
  • Child hit by truck in Belrose
    A child has been taken to hospital after being hit by a truck in Belrose on Tuesday. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Local2 hours ago
  • Bus carrying 45 Australian and New Zealand dawn service atte...
    A fire has destroyed a bus carrying 45 Australian and New Zealand tourists on their way to a dawn service in Gallipoli. The driver ordered passengers off the vehicles when smoke began billowing from the engine and erupted into flames. No injuries were reported. ... more
    DailyTelegraph2 hours ago
  • Thousands line St Kilda Road for annual Anzac Day parade
    Thousands have lined St Kilda Road for the annual Anzac Day parade officially underway in Melbourne. Veterans of old and new conflicts have taken part in the commemorative march, as people from the wider community stand alongside St Kilda road in support of Australia's past and present troops. ... more
    DailyTelegraph2 hours ago
  • Anzac Day commemorations close to home for Townsville reside...
    Australia's largest military city is pausing to reflect on the bravery and sacrifice of the nation's past and present defence personnel. ... more
    DailyTelegraph2 hours ago
  • Lest we forget – our phones
    April 25, 2018. While waiting for the start of the Dawn Service in Melbourne the huge crowd can't help but check what's happening somewhere else. The Dawn Service itself is interrupted twice by phones ringing, once during the Last Post and once during and once during Group Captain Annette Holian’s… ... more
    DailyTelegraph2 hours ago
  • Film review: Last Flag Flying
    April 25, 2018. Three men who haven’t seen each other since they fought alongside in Vietnam are brought together again by the tragedy of a new war in a far-off-land, and despite their reluctance, they have to confront the truths of their pain. And still there is joy and redemption… ... more
    DailyTelegraph2 hours ago
  • Trumps greet the Macrons for White House state dinner
    French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte are greeted by U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania for the White House state dinner. ... more
    DailyTelegraph2 hours ago
  • Lava Lake at Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Overflows
    Lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano spilled over the banks of the summit lava lake overnight on April 22, according to the USGS’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO). Lava could be seen spilling onto the floor of the Halemaumau Crater in photographs and videos from the HVO team taken on April 22… ... more
    DailyTelegraph2 hours ago
  • Footage released of Vic armed robbery
    April 25, 2018. Supplied video obtained Wednesday, April 25, 2018 released by Victoria Police showing a man wearing a blue welding glove and a white cloth over his face as he threatened a shop attendant with a knife in central Victoria. The man entered the Broadford shop on March 13… ... more
    DailyTelegraph2 hours ago
  • Anzac Day messages from Royal Australian Navy members abroad
    Supplied video obtained Wednesday, April 25, 2018 of Anzac Day messages home from Royal Australian Navy members deployed abroad. Able Seaman Marine Technician Michael Kajewski on HMAS Armidale and John Potter in Afghanistan wish Australians at home a memorable Anzac Day and ask Australians to remember those who served. (AAP… ... more
    DailyTelegraph2 hours ago
  • Bishop confirms Harris not Canberra-bound
    April 25, 2018. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, in Sydney, confirms US Admiral Harry Harris won’t be coming to Canberra as the new United States Ambassador to Australia. Ms Bishop says she was notified by the Trump administration that Admiral Harris is being sent to South Korea instead by Acting US… ... more
    DailyTelegraph2 hours ago
  • Surprising source of half your calories
    YOU may have heard the expression, ‘not all calories are equal’, and indeed when it comes to liquid calories, the ones we consume via a variety of smoothies, juices, coffees, wines and spirits we need to be particularly careful. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ls3 hours ago
  • Wild school brawl caught on camera
    A VICIOUS brawl at a Melbourne high school was caught on film Tuesday morning, and shows dozens of students punching and kicking one another during a morning break. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ls3 hours ago
  • Cleaning an Emirates B777 in just 25 minutes
    Emirates has released a behind the scenes video of a dnata team cleaning an Emirates B777 in 25 minutes. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ls3 hours ago
  • The Outlook for M&A
    It's a robust period for mergers and acquisitions, says Sandra Horback, managing director of U.S. buyouts at Carlyle Group, but there's also reason to be cautious. She and other women leaders in finance discussed the outlook for deals in a panel moderated by WSJ's Jamie Heller. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Biz3 hours ago
  • Advice for Women in Finance: ‘Just Be Yourself’
    Eileen Nugent, mergers and acquisitions partner at Skadden, joins other women leaders in a panel discussion on issues facing women in finance moderated by WSJ's Jamie Heller. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Biz3 hours ago
  • The most annoying phrases used at work
    EVER caught yourself “giving 110 per cent� or “thinking outside the box�? ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Biz3 hours ago
  • Bush ‘responding and recovering’ to hospital treatment
    Former US President George HW Bush is 'responding and recovering' to treatment at a Houston hospital for an infection that had spread to his blood. Bush has been in hospital since Sunday, a day after attending the funeral of his wife, Barbara, who died last week at age 92. Family… ... more
    DailyTelegraph |World3 hours ago
  • Police gunned down at hardware store
    AN attempt to issue a warrant at Texas hardware store has gone horribly wrong, with two police and a security officer being shot. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |World3 hours ago
  • RAW: Hemsworth and Avengers co-stars squeeze on stage for ju...
    April 24, 2018. Raw footage: American actor Jeff Goldblum, at a hotel in Beverly Hills in the United States, introduces a packed stage full of actors, directors and producers for a press conference about Avengers Infinity War, the latest movie in Disney’s Marvel franchise. Attendees include: Robert Downey Jr, Chris… ... more
    DailyTelegraph |World3 hours ago
  • Beijing’s stealthy barb aimed at Trump
    INVISIBILITY cloaks? ... more
    DailyTelegraph |World3 hours ago
  • Kylie Jenner BREAKS INTERNET With Baby Stormi! Selena Gomez ...
    No makeup Kylie Jenner took over the internet with her precious posts with Baby Stormi. The two looks so adorable together it’s melting our hearts. Also, Selena Gomez reveals the real reasons he shaved her head, and it’s not because of Justin Bieber. And finally, Khloe Kardashian is demanding that… ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent4 hours ago
  • Kardashian Takeover! Kim Launches New KKW Fragrance, Kourtne...
    The Kardashian sisters are taking over makeup in a big way today! Kim got completely naked to promote her new KKW Beauty line while Kourtney heads to Washington D.C. to talk to Congress about makeup reform! Are you excited for the new KKW line? Let us know in the comments… ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent4 hours ago
  • The verdict on Avengers: Infinity War
    AVENGERS: Infinity War has been ten years and eighteen movies in the making. Everything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has been leading to the moment our favourite superheroes join forces. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent4 hours ago
  • Kim posts her most explicit nudes yet
    KIM Kardashian has done it again. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent4 hours ago
  • Behind The Scenes Look Of Ariana Grande’s ‘No T...
    Ariana Grande fans are having an insane week, after Ariana released a new song ‘No tears Left To Cry’ and then had a surprise performance at Coachella 2018! Now the director of the music video is taking us behind the scenes and showing us everything it took to make the… ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent4 hours ago
  • ‘Such a shock’: Ita says goodbye to Studio 10
    ITA Buttrose has explained her swift departure from breakfast show Studio 10 in her final episode this morning, just one day after her exit was announced. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent4 hours ago
  • Kim Kardashian Was About To Be A Contestant On MTV’s ...
    Kim Kardashian was always destined to be a reality TV Star! In a recent interview she opened up about her dreams as a teenager to be on MTV’s Real World. Do you think Kim would have been perfect on the show? Let us know in the comments below! ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent4 hours ago
  • Inside lavish home for new royal baby
    ALL eyes were on the new little Prince as he was carried from the Lindo Wing to travel to his home at Kensington Palace. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent4 hours ago
  • Who Wore It Better? Beyoncé Or Melania Trump?!
    The internet is going crazy again today comparing Melania Trump's hat to Beyoncé’s formation look. Take a look and let us know who you think wore it better. Do you see a resemblance? Let us know in the comments below! ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent4 hours ago
  • Music world mourns Wa Wa Nee singer
    PAUL Gray, the lead singer of Australian band Wa Wa Nee, who had a string of hits in the 1980s has died after a battle with myeloma. ... more
    DailyTelegraph |Ent4 hours ago
  • New Zealand Prime Minister joins Anzac memorial in Wellingto...
    Pukeahu National War Memorial Park has served as the focal point of New Zealand's Anzac Day memorial service. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was in attendance to acknowledge the shared sacrifice experienced in 'The Great War'. ... more
    DailyTelegraph4 hours ago
  • Two-up rules: Easy tips you need to know to win on Anzac Day
    THERE is the dawn service, rum and milk, Anzac biscuits and of course the pub game two-up which all are synonymous with Anzac Day. ... more
    DailyTelegraph4 hours ago
  • Unsung women’s sacrifice remembered
    THE brave Australian women who have served and died for their country across the last century have been honoured at the Dawn Service in Canberra. ... more
    DailyTelegraph4 hours ago
  • Thousands in Los Angeles March to Demand Armenian Genocide R...
    Thousands of people on Tuesday, April 24, demanded recognition of the 1915-1917 Armenian genocide with two marches through Los Angeles. The march commemorated the 103rd anniversary of the genocide, which Turkey does not acknowledge. Many of those who marched were waving flags, including in Little Armenia, according to a news… ... more
    DailyTelegraph4 hours ago
  • Anzac Day dawn service
    Thousands of Cairns residents attended the city's dawn services to pay their respects on Anzac Day. ... more
    DailyTelegraph4 hours ago
  • Curious Alligator Pays a Visit to Florida Secondary School
    A curious alligator took a Sunday evening stroll past a middle school in Deltona, Florida, on April 22. Leann Cook, who captured the video, was driving on Enterprise Road when she spotted the animal from inside her car. The gator is believed to have been about 10 feet long, according… ... more
    DailyTelegraph4 hours ago
  • National War Memorial hosts thousands for Anzac reflection
    Tens of thousands of people have risen in cold and dark conditions to take time to commemorate the Anzacs and the men and women who have followed in their footsteps. Former Australian Army Apprentices will lead the city's Anzac march today, marking the 70th anniversary of their formation. ... more
    DailyTelegraph4 hours ago
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