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- Nick on Pedestrians urged to unplug in CBD First ban smoking in the CBD, then ban headphones in the CBD, soon start banning people coming into the CBD. more
- Jed Maxwell on Pedestrians urged to unplug in CBD I certainly won't be 'unplugging' my headphones in the CBD. Walking around with headphones on means I don't have to listen ... more
- Gloria on Is this Myer's most loyal employee? Good on you Sue. I worked in an Administration job but got retrenched at 71, 3 years ago and hate being a pensioner, so keep ... more
- Colin Lacivita on Is this Myer's most loyal employee? I know this lady she is 89 years old. I wish I can still be working at this age. more
- Gary on $8K and free rent for 101-year-old Ivy ... What a nice gesture but after all the Government is only buying votes. With a State election coming up they need all the ... more
- ian on Retired couple take on graffiti Great work. more
- A Falkingham on Retired couple take on graffiti Stupid old fools. more
- Peggy on $8K and free rent for 101-year-old Ivy ... Congratulations to Ms Laver.The changes in the world she has seen and been a part of is so impressive.I wonder if smoking ... more
- Ken of Euroa on Retired couple take on graffiti Please dont call then "Street Artists" They are vandals plain and simple more
- Graham on Rumour File: Is Tom Jones coming to the ... It's not unusual. more
- bushiepete on Rumour File: Is Tom Jones coming to the ... I just hope he will be as good as lionel Ritchie was. he did rock the g for all ages. more
- PJ on Generosity 'entrenching' homelessness Surely this principle applies to Benefits and Social Housing.Do people accept help as a life choice? Are we entrenching ... more
- Colin Lacivita on Generosity 'entrenching' homelessness The Salvation Army should recall what Jesus said: that people should give to the poor directly. ...go sell what you possess ... more
- Lukew on 'Inconclusive': Police investigate Sam ... Who in their right mind would complain about this? What drives people to want to make someone else's life worse? more
- Auguste Rodin on 'Inconclusive': Police investigate Sam ... If nothing is actionable in the video, the Gestapo have no right to demand its removal. Go and catch some real criminals!!! more
- Gloss on Foreign investors not to blame Bulltish!!!!!! more
- James on Foreign investors not to blame Well at least Real Estate agents and investors can finally stop boasting the wide held belief that "property doubles every 7 ... more
- Colin Lacivita on 'Inconclusive': Police investigate Sam ... I can't believe how people actually believe that Sam was driving without his hands on the steering wheel. Everyone knows ... more
- jgl Melb on 'Inconclusive': Police investigate Sam ... "Took his hands off the wheel"And we all know where he put them,or at least one of them. more
First footage of Asiana Airlines Crash
CNN has obtained the first footage of the fatal plane crash that killed two people in San Francisco at the weekend.
The footage was taken by an amateur aviation fan who regularly films planes landing and taking off from San Francisco airport.
The man noticed the plane's nose was too far up to land the moment before impact.
"Oh my God, it's an accident," he said as the Asiana Airlines flight crash-landed.
VIDEO: The moment of impact caught on camera
Two 16-year-old girls were killed and dozens of others injured when the Asiana Airlines flight hit the runway.
An autopsy is being conducted on one of the girls killed to determine whether she was run-over by one of the fire-trucks used at the crash scene.
The 16-year-old was found near an evacuation slide near the left wing of the doomed Boeing triple 7.
San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White says the teen's injuries are consistent with being run over.
The airline has ruled out mechanical failure while airport officials have confirmed some of its guidance systems weren't working.
The National Transport Safety Board says it's lucky the death toll wasn't higher.
Rescue officials stand near an Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 plane after it crashed (REUTERS/Jed Jacobsohn)