Latest news Woman responds after hacker threatens leaking naked video 2016-10-27T14:46:35.000000Z When 26-year-old Taruna Aswani was blackmailed for naked pictures by the man who hacked her Cloud, she turned to social media and took the matter into her own hands. Syrian school attack may be 'deadliest' of war: UNICEF 2016-10-27T14:20:53.000000Z UNICEF says the air strikes on a school in Syria's Idlib province may be the deadliest since the country's war began nearly six years ago. Magazine releases first-ever moving-image cover 2016-10-27T13:08:06.000000Z When author J.K Rowling created wizarding world newspapers The Daily Prophet and The New York Ghost in her books, she probably never imagined her literary creation would come to life. Iraqi forces trying to reach site of IS executions near Mosul 2016-10-27T13:05:13.000000Z The Iraqi army is trying to reach a town south of Mosul where Islamic State militants have reportedly executed dozens of people to deter the population against any attempt to support the US-led offensive. Abetz questions Triggs' 'credibility' ahead of Truth Telling conference 2016-10-27T13:01:15.000000Z Liberal senator Eric Abetz launches a scathing attack on the Human Rights Commission president, arguing she is in no position to give a lecture on telling the truth at a conference next month. 'Not enough time has passed' to re-open Dreamworld, business experts warn 2016-10-27T10:27:42.000000Z The board of Dreamworld's parent company Ardent Leisure is criticised by several experts for its handling of this week's tragedy at the Gold Coast theme park. Jessica Wongso found guilty of cyanide coffee murder 2016-10-27T10:10:30.000000Z Australian permanent resident Jessica Wongso is sentenced to 20 years in jail for the murder of her friend Mirna Salihin, who collapsed at a Jakarta cafe after sipping a cyanide-laced iced coffee. 'All the empty rafts get stuck there': Brisbane woman raised alarm over Dreamworld ride 2016-10-27T08:20:57.000000Z A Brisbane woman says Dreamworld staff "pushed off" her concerns when her raft became stuck in the Thunder River Rapids ride which killed four people, telling her "all the empty rafts get stuck there". Mundine rips into imprisonment inquiry 2016-10-27T06:19:21.000000Z The head of the PM's Indigenous Advisory Council Warren Mundine launches a vicious tirade against the Federal Government over its announcement of a new inquiry into Indigenous imprisonment, querying which "dickhead" thought it up. Nurse could not have confused oxygen and catheter tubes, inquest told 2016-10-27T06:09:57.000000Z A coronial inquest is told the only way the tubes of an Adelaide man, who died after his oxygen supply was connected to his catheter, could have been switched was if he was "confused" and did it himself.