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- Gloria on Kochie confusion: Celebrity look-alikes I reckon that most blonde, willowy women look alike, they all wear their hair long and down around their face and do their ... more
- CHRIS WATTS on More than 31 feared dead after Japanese ... Any Aussies killed other wise this story will be off the front page by lunchtime more
- Colin Lacivita on New bike rules under consideration This is a world gone mad,bikes can go through red lights! Whats next cars and pedestrians can also go through a red light as ... more
- Jonathan Gay. on New bike rules under consideration Cyclists should be able to ride on the same side of the road, at least in the country, that pedestrians should walk on, ie ... more
- Stephen on New bike rules under consideration Stupidity at its worst. So what happens when a car hits the bike running the Red. What happens when the bike cleans up a ... more
- jgl Melb on New bike rules under consideration This tosh is a classic example of the squeaky wheel getting the oil...Anyone would think there's an election in the wind. more
- David on New bike rules under consideration The only new bike rule that should be introduced is banning them from the road!! more
- John Karmouche on New bike rules under consideration Allowing motorcycles to share bicycles lanes is a common sense solution to what is a common practice. Where is the evidence ... more
- Willow on Bigger, but better? Maybe John should get the watch that gives the phases of the moon. On Monday he mentioned that there was a full moon on ... more
- Sam K on Flying footballer leads teams to victory Is that Dan Bilzerian? What a Boss! more
- Gazza on Flying footballer leads teams to victory Great story more
- Dale on A new 'super square' by the Yarra Another Election promise. more
- Andrew on A new 'super square' by the Yarra As far as spending government money on Melbourne eyesores, the rail lines behind Federation Square largely hidden from view ... more
- Lesley Durham on AFL changes Multicultural Cup rules The AFL is a bunch of politically correct, meddling do gooders. This is segregation and rather than promoting inclusion, ... more
- Kris on AFL changes Multicultural Cup rules Its ridiculous that an aussie is pushed aside for thinking this is wrong yet if we were to exclude any other race/religon ... more
- Sinbad on AFL changes Multicultural Cup rules This really smacks of double standards from the newest left wing entity which used to be called the AFL. 'Fonzie' ... more
- simone on AFL changes Multicultural Cup rules So Australian is no longer a culture. Onya AFL. Way to promote diversity and racism. more
- Aria Judilla on AFL changes Multicultural Cup rules Kid, you'll do much better in life if you're kept away from this obscenely violent AFL football culture. Consider it a ... more
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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)