The Top Headlines For Monday 30 October 2017
TOP NEWS HEADLINES
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk will campaign in the marginal LNP seat of Whitsunday on Monday, after calling the state election for November 25.
Malcolm Turnbull will look to beef up Australia's defence and security ties with Israel during his 48-hour visit to the country.
US President Donald Trump has unleashed new criticism of the investigations into possible ties between his campaign associates and Russia.
Barnaby Joyce is confident the decisions he took as a minister will stand because his dismissal by the High Court is not retrospective.
Julie Bishop has taken on the role of Acting Prime Minister while Malcolm Turnbull is overseas.
TOP ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
Thor: Ragnarok has topped the international box office with $US107.6 million ($A140.0 million) in 52 per cent of overseas markets, a week ahead of its US release.
Actress Rose McGowan says Harvey Weinstein, the producer she has accused of rape, offered her $US1 million ($A1.3 million) to sign a non-disclosure agreement on the eve of a devastating expose published this month by the New York Times.