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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

‘Extraordinary’ picture fuelling city’s rage

The legal fight to stop the NSW government from pulling down Sydney’s Allianz Stadium before the state election is headed back...

Trainwreck interview: Minister backflips in 16 seconds

It might have been the fastest backflip in political history. Written by This news first appeared on https://www.news.com.au/finance/economy/australian-economy/sixteensecond-backflip-turns-interview-into-trainwreck/news-story/fe62507c8e961d6381f510133cd68563?from=rss-basic under the title...

‘We’ve lost everything’: Winemaker heartbroken after watching property explode in flames

Sitting in a Bunyip cafe with other frightened locals, Andrew Clarke looked up at a TV screen to see a house...

What the court will consider in Pell appeal

Cardinal George Pell has been found guilty of child sexual abuse but an appeal could see his conviction overturned. Written by ...

‘The industry’s at risk’: the high price of cheap coffees

For coffee-lovers, 2019 is a golden age. But for those who farm the beans, things are bad and getting worse –...

Cyclist seen 2km from scene on night of fatal Brisbane shooting

Megan Kirley, 40, was shot dead last weekend and detectives are trying to identify a cyclist spotted near the scene. Written by...

Christmas terror plotters found guilty of firebombing Melbourne mosque

Two of the four men who plotted Christmas terror attacks at Melbourne landmarks firebombed a suburban mosque in the name of...

Two-up an Anzac tradition for youngsters

The tradition of Anzac Day looks different for every Australian. Written by This news first appeared on https://www.news.com.au/national/twoup-an-anzac-tradition-for-youngsters/news-story/9fc407612583d380f792f97c69bd5366?from=rss-basic under the title...

Down in the deep, beneath the Antarctic ice, a new strange world is rapidly...

Under the Antarctic ice, past the point where all sunlight is filtered out, Australian scientists have discovered that animals are evolving...

Banking royal commission accused of ‘fraud’

The banking royal commission was hijacked this afternoon by an outburst from an angry audience member who accused it of fraud. Written...