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Antoinette Lattouf

10 daily senior reporter

Antoinette is an multi award-winning journalist whose career spans across television, radio and online. She is also the Director of co-Founder of Media Diversity Australia.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Yurts, Lighthouses, Train Cars And Caves: How Aussie Airbnb Listings Have Moved On

3 min read

More than a decade since Airbnb launched and changed the face of travel, Australia's offerings are far more professionalised and are giving travellers quirky experiences to remember.

News

News

34 Year Wait: Identity Of Woman At Centre Of One Of Tasmania's Most Brutal Crimes Revealed

4 min read

More than three decades ago, a then teenage woman was brutally raped and her fiance tortured and murdered, yet only today can her identity be revealed.

World

World

Harvard Astronomer Says Aliens Could Be Trying To Slide Into Our DMs

2 min read

Bursts of powerful energy originating from across the Universe could be coming from aliens attempting to to send us a message, a Harvard expert has claimed.

National

National

Should We Rate Doctors And Shrinks Like We Rate Uber Drivers And Restaurants?

6 min read

A mental health advocate believes Australia's mental health crisis could be aided if we looked to an Uber-style review system, by encouraging Aussies to also rate their therapists.

News

News

Calls To Ban Unsafe Products After Baby Rockers Linked To 73 Deaths

3 min read

Australia's consumer watchdog is urging the government to introduce tighter product safety laws, following dozens of infant deaths linked to inclined sleepers in the United States.

News

News

Five People, Including Children Seriously Injured After Bus And Car Collide

1 min read

Five people, including children, were seriously injured after a bus and car collided in Sydney's southwest, leaving a teenage girl trapped in the backseat of her family car for close to an hour.

News

News

Aussie Retailers Worst Hit By Coronavirus Warned It's 'Tip Of The Iceberg'

3 min read

Clothing, footwear and household goods retailers have been the worst hit as the impact of the coronavirus spreads to suppliers.

News

News

Latest Coronavirus Evacuees Flight Will Take Aussies To Disused Mining Camp Near Darwin

1 min read

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed that Australians stuck in Wuhan will now be flown to a disused mining camp in the Northern Territory, anticipating the Christmas Island may not be able to house all evacuees.

News

News

'Preying On Fussy Eaters': How Toddler Milk Is Being Aggressively Marketed To Parents

5 min read

Toddler milk is the fastest-growing breast-milk substitute, despite the World Health Organisation deeming it "unsuitable" for kids and new research showing how aggressively it is pushed on families.

National

National

South Australia Confirms First Coronavirus Cases, Bringing National Total To 12

3 min read

South Australia has confirmed two people have tested positive to coronavirus, bringing the national total to 12.

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