News.Com (Australia)

• ‘Just pick any random unbeliever’
A SENIOR Islamic State fighter and a terror accused discussed recruiting a minor to kill “unbelievers” in Sydney for propaganda videos because a juvenile would not be under the police surveillance, a Supreme Court jury has heard.

• What’s open on Anzac Day
MANY will rise early to commemorate Anzac Day by attending a dawn service.

• PM’s citizenship changes upset NZ
A DAY before ANZAC Day, New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English has taken aim at Australia’s “disappointing” proposed citizenship changes.

• Solo driver, 12, ‘looked 19 or 20’
A 12-YEAR-OLD boy who drove 1300 kilometres across NSW on his own in the family car managed to evade suspicion partly because he looks much older and is “about six foot tall”.

• ‘Thrilled’ Rosie Batty in tears
FAMILY violence campaigner Rosie Batty was in tears when she learned the federal government had backed down on funding cuts to community legal centres and indigenous services.

• How you waste time at work
ONE in 10 workers admit more than half of the working week is spent wasting time — but scrolling through social media is not the biggest culprit.

• Esky driver loses licence for drink driving
A PICTON magistrate today ruled the offence of driving a motorised Esky while drunk was “ridiculous,” “inappropriate” and too serious to ignore.

• ‘I will never forget the pain’
FRIENDS, witnesses, and total strangers have been moved to dig deep and donate to the family the four-year-old boy killed by an out-of-control car in Melbourne last week.

• The woman ‘allergic to everything’
‘BUBBLE girl’ Amelia Hill is rarely able to leave her chemical-free home but last weekend the Adelaide woman was briefly able to feel the warmth of the sun on her skin for the first time in months.

• Aussie bombs rain down on IS
THE Australian Defence Force has released extraordinary footage of Australian bombing raids on IS targets in the fight against terror.

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