Identifying terrorists is tough: Morrison

The sheer number of "disturbing" responses in support of the Christchurch terror attack shows how hard it is to identify potential far-right terrorists, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says.

Maloney intends to see out Penrith deal

James Maloney has declared his intention to see out the final two years of his Penrith contract amidst persistent rumours he will head to the English Super League at the end of the 2019 season.

Senator Anning defends comment and slap

Senator Fraser Anning has defended his widely reviled comments about the New Zealand mosque massacres and reiterated his call for Australians to have more say on immigration.

NSW govt loses favour in key seats: poll

Just days out from the state election, the NSW coalition government appears to be falling out of favour with voters in at least two key seats while the opposition has likened their chances of winning to climbing Mount Everest.

Facebook removed 1.5m mosque videos

Facebook has removed 1.5 million videos of the Christchurch mosque shootings "in the first 24 hours" after the attack, the social media giant says.

Snapshot of round one of the NRL

* Quote of the Round: "There was obviously that incident at the end of the game when one bloke wants to carry on and be a bit disrespectful, but everyone who plays the game knows that's how he plays it,'' Sydney Roosters half Luke Keary slams former teammate Cody Walker.

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