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Bruce Willis to buy luxury duplex overlooking Central Park

Inside Bruce Willis' New York city apartment.

LUCY MACKEN 6:01pm It's not quite the New York pad you'd expect of the star of the Die Hard movie serie

190 units to be built on historic Scarba House site in Bondi

An early photograph of Scarba House during its time as a welfare home for babies and young children.

ANNA ANDERSON 11:28am 190 apartments will be built on the grounds of Scarba House.

Erased from the records: investigation into bashing of gay man by police in Surry Hills in 1989

Paul Simes, left, and Alan Rosendale in August 2014.

RICK FENELEY 12:15am A rogue gang of policemen bashed a gay man. Their superiors found out but any record of their investigation has vanished. Rick Feneley reports.

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10,000 Year Clock projects a future for humanity far beyond the harried now

At the tunnel entrance for the 10,000 Year Clock.

Cecilia Dowling 12:15am Inside a mountain somewhere in Texas a massive clock is clinking into existence.

The Backpacker: I'm a nomad without a home, and I'm OK with that

They call me the wanderer: Living the life of a nomad.

Ben Goundwater 12:15am I've lived in too many places to think of just one of them as 'home'.

Buried treasures: World's top 10 cemeteries

Xoxocatian cemetery in Oaxaca, Mexico, is decorated with flowers and candles for the Day of the Dead Festival.

UTE JUNKER 12:15am Get to know these buried treasures.

Anti-Muslim hate letters trigger police probe

Slipped through the cracks: Man Haron Monis.

Steve Lillebuen 10:00am Police in Queensland have launched an investigation into an anonymous letter writer who sends racist, anti-Muslim propaganda to private, unlisted addresses across the country as fears grow the addresses were pulled from the electoral commission database.

Brisbane Roar revival continues in Asia

Vince Rugari 5:00am A plan to attack first and defend later has paid off handsomely for Brisbane after their maiden AFC Champions League victory in Japan.

Myles key to Titans upset says Taupau

James MacSmith 4:49am Containing Gold Coast captain Nate Myles is the key to Wests Tigers preventing a round one NRL upset says Martin Taupau.

Sport's cocaine scandal to reach court

Ed Jackson 4:37am The cocaine scandal which has rugby star Karmichael Hunt and several current and former NRL players facing drugs charges hits court on Thursday.

UKIP's Nigel Farage says Britain should adopt Australian-style immigration policy

Nigel Farage: It's wrong to characterise UKIP as a

Julian Drape 4:34am British populist politician says Australia is on the right track when it comes to controlling who does - and doesn't - enter the country.

Ukip wants Aussie-style immigration

Julian Drape, AAP London Correspondent 4:19am Nigel Farage wants Britain to follow Australia's lead and introduce a points-based visa system to reduce the number of unskilled workers entering the UK.

Drug-accused Michaels needs footy: coach

3:47am Steve Michaels, who has been implicated in the Gold Coast Titans cocaine scandal, will benefit from getting back on the field, his Hull coach believes.

Academics warn of research setbacks

3:34am Continuing uncertainty around the future of higher education could set critical research back by years, academics have warned the government.

Hockey wants conversation about future

3:34am Treasurer Joe Hockey will release his first intergenerational report on Thursday.

Retail spending expected to improve

3:34am Retail sales are forecast to have edged 0.4 per cent higher in January, better than December's rise of 0.2 per cent.

Chan and Sukumaran on death island

Gabrielle Dunlevy, AAP Southeast Asia Correspondent 3:34am Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan have spent their first night on Indonesia's "death island" after their transfer from Kerobokan jail.

Metadata laws to be debated in parliament

3:33am Months after being introduced to parliament, the government's metadata laws will return to the lower house for debate.

Bali nine: Indonesian president Joko Widodo says executions will not be this week

Myuran Sukumaran handcuffed arriving at Cilacap airport.

JEWEL TOPSFIELD 2:42am But they will be soon, with as Joko Widodo says he can not discriminate between people from different countries.

Technology and good teaching lift NAPLAN results at Herne Hill Primary School

Principal Danny Kelly talks to his students at  Herne Hill Primary School, which has been identified as a 'high gain school'.

Henrietta Cook, Craig Butt 1:00am There's a lot of swiping during maths and English classes at Herne Hill Primary School.

Parkinson's disease symptoms eased by ballet

Dance for Parkinson's participant Madonna Brady (right) with a fellow dancer.

Jorge Branco 1:00am Laughter may be the best medicine but it's dancing scientists say has been proven to help people suffering from Parkinson's disease.

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Intergenerational Report: Right message, wrong time

Treasurer Joe Hockey.

PETER MARTIN 1:00am Opinion The economy hasn't had a run as weak as this year's, yet after three straight quarters of exceedingly weak economic growth we are about to be told we've got to tighten our belts.

Queen Street Mall's future in spotlight

Brisbane City Council is running seeking feedback on how to ensure the Queen Street Mall remains Australia's most successful mall.

KRISTIAN SILVA 1:00am Council carrying out workshops, surveys and interviews to ensure mall's success into the future.

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Will Genia the constant in changing Reds squad

Will Genia has taken on a more prominent role in the Reds squad.

Beth Newman 1:00am Halfback happy to take on bigger role while teammates recover from injuries.

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Geoffrey Edelsten's former Gold Coast Palazzo Versace penthouse up for sale

The lavish bedroom.

CAMERON ATFIELD 1:00am A Gold Coast penthouse that once belonged to flamboyant and controversial doctor Geoffrey Edelsten will go under the hammer later this month.

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Pets become surfing stars in the 2015 Surfing Dog Spectacular

Back seat bandit Kosta.

Eveline Fielding 1:00am Six thrill-seeking dogs will have their day at Main Beach in Noosa this Sunday, when they claw for the top prize at the annual Surfing Dog Spectacular.

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LNP Women at men-only club a 'Rosa Parks moment'

Civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks sits in a 1950s-era bus in Alabama, in this 1995 file photo, 40 years after she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a city bus to a white person.

CAMERON ATFIELD 1:00am One of the organisers of a Liberal National Party International Women's Day lunch, to be held at a club that excludes female members, has drawn comparisons between the event and an icon of the US civil rights movement.

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Charity's lucky dip to highlight disability accommodation shortfalls

Assisted living accomodation being built in Rockhampton.

KRISTIAN SILVA 1:00am A charity wants to highlight the plight of thousands of disabled Queenslanders on accommodation waiting lists by holding a "lucky dip" key draw for one of its sought-after disability units.

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Brisbane, Cairns, Gold Coast property hotspots: report

Land value has increased by an average 5.6 per cent in Queensland over the past year.

TONY MOORE 1:00am Centres well above state average for property value growth in past year.

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