Brekky Wrap: Newlyweds Shamed For 'Pathetic' Wedding Spread
All the news you need to know this Monday.
Tiger Woods has won his first major title in 11 years, with a one-shot victory at the U.S. Masters in Augusta. Woods came through with a final round of 70 to finish 13-under. It’s his 15th major championship and fifth Masters title.
Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten will campaign in Liberal-held seats in outer eastern Melbourne today. It comes as the latest Newspoll shows support for One Nation has taken a tumble to the benefit of the major parties. Labor maintains a four-point lead over the Coalition after preferences, while the primary votes for both parties are neck and neck at 39 percent. Support for Pauline Hanson’s party has crashed to its lowest level in three years.
A manhunt is underway after a gunman opened fire outside a Melbourne night club, killing a bouncer and leaving another fighting for life. The killer fired from a stolen Porsche, outside Prahran’s Love Machine club at 3.20am yesterday, before fleeing the scene. Aaron Khalid Osmani, 37, later died in hospital.
An American man will appear in a Sydney court today after being extradited from California to face a murder charge. Alex Dion is accused of killing Thai national Wachira "Mario" Phetmang, whose body was found on the side of a busy road at Sydney Olympic Park last June.
A couple has been mocked online after a guest uploaded images of their 'pathetic' wedding spread on a private wedding shaming group on Facebook. Alongside the caption: "A wedding feast for your eyes", were hundreds of slices of cheese, carrot and celery sticks, and even oranges with the stickers still on. "This is basically what we served at my three-year-old's birthday party", one user wrote, while others commented on the lack of care and professionalism.
Facebook is cracking down on live streaming in the wake of the Christchurch massacre. Under the changes, users who break site rules, such as spreading hate speech, will be blocked from live broadcasting videos, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. The new restrictions will likely be introduced this month.
The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones is finally here. Episode one will air at 11am on Foxtel.
Steve Smith and David Warner are expected to be named for the Cricket World Cup today -- their 12-month ball-tampering bans finally coming to an end.
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