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Antoinette Lattouf

10 daily senior reporter

Antoinette is an award-winning reporter whose career spans across television, radio and online. She is the Director of Media Diversity Australia.

News

News

Firestarters Are Rarely Punished. Here's What Could Happen Instead.

6 min read

Bush fire arson is a notoriously easy offence to commit and a notoriously difficult one to detect let alone prosecute. Experts say it's time police and government rapidly change their approach when it comes to stopping it.

Updated

Updated

Heavily Pregnant Woman 'Punched In Head 14 Times' During Cafe Attack

1 min read

WARNING, DISTRESSING CONTENT: A woman who is 38 weeks pregnant, has been brutally attacked at a Sydney cafe after a man randomly approached her table and allegedly made a racist comment.

Health

Health

Simple Blood Test Can Detect Deadly Eye Melanoma

2 min read

While melanoma is a type of cancer that develops in the cells that produce melanin, like the pigment that gives your skin its colour, it can also develop in eyes.

World

World

Greece Urged To Ban Use Of Donkeys As ‘Tourist Taxis’

2 min read

Shocking footage shows exhausted, overheated mules and donkeys carrying heavy tourists up and down winding stairs in Santorini, as a cable car runs nearby.

News

News

Health Dominates This Year's Product Of The Year Awards

4 min read

It's the world's largest consumer-voted award and Australians have weighed in to determine their 35 favourite products across a range of categories including beauty, health, cleaning and confectionery.

News

News

Australian Recruiters Reveal The Most Outrageous Lies Spotted On Job Applications

4 min read

As Donald Trump deals with a top employee who lied on her resume, Australian recruitment experts have revealed the worst porky-pies they’ve spotted on job applications and how they catch people out.

Views

Views

A Viewer Saw Something Wrong With My Throat And Probably Saved My Career

3 min read

Being inundated with messages after a television appearance is nothing new for me.

National

National

Retailers Fined Thousands Over Misleading 'Was/Now’ Price Comparisons

3 min read

Four furniture retailers have been hit with fines from the consumer watchdog over misleading 'was/now’ price comparisons in sales advertising.

News

News

Australia's Flesh-Eating Ulcer Epidemic Is Baffling Medical Experts

3 min read

Australia's flesh-eating ulcer epidemic has increased significantly in Victoria in recent years, and now the puzzling disease is spreading into new areas, including near Cairns in Queensland.

News

News

Road Rage Killer Jamie Saxon Sentenced To Life For German Backpacker Murder

1 min read

Jamie Saxon has been found guilty of murdering German backpacker Dominik Schulze after a road rage incident in 2017.

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