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Footage of the incident shows a truck making several attempts to reverse into the driveway before dumping the large load. Moments later, two children are seen rushing out to the driveway before returning to the home.
Oscar award-winning actress Natalie Portman says she chose not to attend a ceremony in Israel to accept a million-dollar prize because she did not want to be seen as supporting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was scheduled to speak at the event.
The Federal Government is ordering aged-care homes to offer staff a flu vaccination this year after last year's deadly influenza season saw about 1,000 people aged over 65 die of influenza-related complications.
Actress Allison Mack, best known for her role as Clark Kent's confidant Chloe in the television series Smallville, pleads not guilty to charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labour in relation to an upstate New York sex cult.
Donald Trump appears to have seen off the worst of the dangers presented by James Comey, but the cloud he has governed beneath will hang heavy over the White House until his legal woes are dealt with, writes Greg Jennett.
A three-year-old girl is found safe and well with the help of Max — the family's deaf and partially blind 17-year-old blue heeler — after spending the night lost on their rural property in cold, wet conditions.
North Korea's move to suspend nuclear and missile tests effective immediately is being welcomed by global leaders as a step in the right direction, but Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says the rogue nation has made promises in the past and then "failed to honour them".
The global chemical weapons watchdog says a team of inspectors has visited the Syrian town of Douma to collect samples for an investigation into an alleged chemical weapons attack that sparked US-led missile strikes on Syria.
A very large number of people have come to feel that they are just cogs in a machine — counting for nothing more than their capacity to work and vote. They are angry. They are disappointed. They are vengeful, writes Simon Longstaff.