Latest news Cladding on 27 UK apartment blocks fails fire safety tests 2017-06-24T23:31:14.000000000+10:00 Cladding on 27 high-rise buildings across the UK have failed fire safety tests conducted in the wake of the deadly blaze at Grenfell Tower, officials say, as dozens of residents refuse to leave a group of west London apartment blocks evacuated due to safety concerns. Two Kerobokan escapees returned to Bali as Australian remains on the run 2017-06-24T21:49:45.000000000+10:00 Two of four prisoners who escaped from Bali's Kerobokan prison via an underground tunnel are returned to Indonesia amid tight security, but Australian escapee Shaun Davidson is yet to be found. Droopy-faced Martha crowned world's ugliest dog 2017-06-24T18:02:39.000000000+10:00 Martha is big, ugly, lazy and gassy. And a world champion. Her droopy face has earned her the title of World's Ugliest Dog - the judges didn't even need to hear her signature snore to give her the award. Families of Bali bombing victims hope for justice after 'architect' charged 2017-06-24T17:23:42.000000000+10:00 The families of footballer Corey Paltridge and 15-year-old Chloe Byron, who were among the 88 Australians killed in the 2002 Bali bombings, say they never gave up hope the man who plotted the devastating attack would face justice. Victoria's entire speed camera network to be reviewed over software virus 2017-06-24T17:14:44.000000000+10:00 All of Victoria's 280 red light and speed cameras will be reviewed in the coming weeks to make sure they have not been infected with a software virus, but officials warn they will still be operational. Italy nearly pulls off stunning Brisbane upset against Wallabies 2017-06-24T16:58:08.000000000+10:00 The Wallabies are given a huge scare before beating Italy 40-27 in an error-strewn display in the rugby Test in Brisbane. I want to pick my kids up, says injured Thurston 2017-06-24T15:50:04.000000000+10:00 His shoulder injury will see Johnathan Thurston miss one of the biggest games of his decorated NRL career, but the decision to choose family ahead of his personal sporting goals was an easy one. 'Spontaneous combustion' starts fire in historic hotel 2017-06-24T15:43:53.000000000+10:00 The Tasmanian Fire Service is warning of the dangers of spontaneous combustion, after a near miss at the historic Shipwright's Arms Hotel in Hobart's Battery Point overnight. Social Services Minister is 'enemy of the state', WA Premier says 2017-06-24T15:19:40.000000000+10:00 WA Premier Mark McGowan labels federal Social Services Minister Christian Porter an "enemy" of WA as a stoush over the National Disability Insurance Scheme escalates. 120 people feared buried after landslide engulfs village in China 2017-06-24T14:26:10.000000000+10:00 Fears are growing for scores of people missing after a landslide buried a mountain village in south-western China, with reports only three survivors have been pulled out of the mud and rock.