Top Stories – Tuesday 10 November, 2015
The black market for guns is bigger than thought and crimes involving handguns are rising sharply, shows groundbreaking new data compiled by The New Daily. Read more.
ANALYSIS: Tony Abbott’s desire to smear his opponents with royal commissions has failed, symbolic of his time in the top job. Read more.
The world’s most dashing spy has had many a romantic conquest. Of all these women, it seems only one deserves to stay by 007’s side. Read more.
Jake Bailey, 18, defied cancer and weeks of chemotherapy to inspire his classmates to greatness. For some, it may be the last time they ever see him. Read more.
Broadcaster Andrew Denton calls for Australia to change its laws as the Q&A panel debate a topic few people want to discuss. Read more.
She is the undisputed heavyweight champion of combat sports, and her stardom could deliver a final knockout blow to another ailing sport. Read more.
This was New Zealand’s best chance to take down ‘big brother’ since its Hadlee heyday. Instead, they were second-rate easybeats. Read more.
Charles has read ‘one’ novel, is Camilla’s ninth cousin and a descendant of Count Dracula. Naturally, they share a holiday home in vampire land. Read more.