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Josh Butler

10 daily Senior News Reporter

Politics

Politics

How Clive Palmer's Annoying Ads Could 'Buy' Him A Senate Seat

6 min read

He's all over your TV, blowing up your phone notifications, assaulting you from lurid billboards -- but Clive Palmer's "sledgehammer" ad campaign is going to "buy" him a Senate seat, experts predict.

Politics

Politics

Greens Candidate Won't Apologise For Whacking Morrison Piñata

2 min read

Jim Casey says he doesn't have "anything to apologise for" after a video surfaced of him hitting a piñata with Scott Morrison's face on it.

World

World

Why Are Tesla Cars Exploding?

2 min read

An exploding car in China is just the latest ugly safety incident in which Tesla has become embroiled, but Elon Musk has called out "double standards" over how incidents with his vehicles are reported.

Politics

Politics

Former Triple J Host Alex Dyson Running For Parliament Against Education Minister

4 min read

Pack 'er up boys -- 'the ratdog' Alex Dyson is back, and running for federal parliament.

Updated

Updated

Hundreds Evacuated In Sydney Opera House Gas Leak

1 min read

About 500 people were evacuated from an area around the Sydney Opera House for several hours as authorities worked to fix a gas leak. 

Politics

Politics

Council Removes Anzac Day Banners After Embarrassing Typo

1 min read

A Sydney council has apologised for a "disrespectful" error on Anzac Day banners that was first noticed by local residents.

Politics

Politics

Record Youth Voting Enrolment Figures Show Politicians Must 'Pay Attention'

4 min read

Nearly 90 percent of young people have enrolled to vote this election, a figure that should make politicians stand up more for youth issues, a campaigner has said.

Politics

Politics

Fake Tweet About Death Taxes Blasted As 'Dangerous Attack On Democracy'

4 min read

A Photoshopped tweet claiming the union movement supported 'death taxes' has been slammed as a "dangerous attack on democracy".

Breaking

Breaking

Man And Woman Found Dead At Queensland Music Festival

3 min read

Police are investigating the deaths of two people at the Queensland 'Rabbits Eat Lettuce' music festival but said there are "no suspicious circumstances" surrounding the fatalities.

Sri Lanka Bombings

Sri Lanka Bombings

Two Australians Killed In Sri Lanka Terror Blasts, As First Victims Named

3 min read

PM Scott Morrison has confirmed two Australians have been killed in the Sri Lanka suicide bomb attacks, among the nearly 300 people killed in the attack on churches and hotels this weekend.

Below The Line

Below The Line

Below The Line: Onions, Eggs And Awkward Encounters And That's Just Week One

2 min read

Welcome to Below The Line, 10 daily's weekly #AusVotes election campaign video wrap.

Politics

Politics

Here's Some Other Infamous Times Politicians Dodged Questions

3 min read

Bill Shorten deflected a persistent line of questioning this week, but he's far from the first politician to bat away a curly question.