The New Apple iPhone X Is In Stores From 8am
THE Top Headlines For The Morning
Thousands of Australian Tech fans have been lining-up overnight to get their hands on the new iPhone X.
The phone goes on sale at 8AM today, a decade since the first ever smartphone was launched in Australia.
Apple have seen record-breaking pre-orders which will now be delayed until just before Christmas.
The foster mother of slain Queensland schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer is to be sentenced for perjury and attempting to pervert the course of justice.
Julene Thorburn's scheduled sentencing hearing at Beenleigh District Court on Friday comes almost two years to the day after the 12-year-old's body was discovered on the banks of a Gold Coast river.
The Greens are trying to woo voters with four extra public holidays each year.
They want one for state of origin, NAIDOC week, international women's day, and to celebrate our national parks.
It would bring our total number of public holidays to 16, which sounds good ... but would certainly be tough for small business.
Just like Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey is said to be seeking treatment, after being accused of sexual misconduct.
The revelations, he hit on an underage male actor, 30 years ago, has already seen a halt in production of his Netflix show House of Cards and a social media backlash.
His agent has put out a statement saying Spacey is taking the time necessary "to seek evaluation and treatment".
Three men have now come forward to claim Spacey harassed them.
Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg is waving off any concerns over his dual citizenship status.
The Australian is reporting, he may have dual citizenship with Hungary through his mother.
Mr Frydenberg says his family was officially "stateless" when they arrived and he has never applied for Hungarian citizenship.
Australia's population is Booming with suggestions we'll tick past 25 Million people next year, more than 30 years ahead of official forecasts.
The incredible growth is apparently the result of a triple whammy - rising fertility rates, increasing longevity and immigration.
With growth about two and a half times above the average, the new forecast is for 38 million people by 2050.
The LNP will invest 1.3 billion dollars in Drought-proofing plans in a bid to win over voters in regional QLD.
Tim Nicholls will today announce plans to build and investigate new dams along the coast from Townsville to Mackay helping to secure water supply and boost the state’s agriculture industry.
The Premier will hit the hustings in Bundaberg this morning before returning home to Brisbane.
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