An act of 'appalling, sickening cowardice'

British Prime Minister Theresa May has condemned the terrorist bombing in Manchester, which killed at least 22 people, including children, as an attack of "appalling, sickening cowardice".

Suicide bomber kills 22 in Manchester

A suicide bomber has killed at least 22 people and wounded 59 at a packed concert hall in Manchester in what Prime Minister Theresa May called a sickening act targeting children and young people.

Manchester blast: What we know so far

MANCHESTER TERROR ATTACK - WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR:WHAT HAPPENED?* A blast sparked a frantic evacuation of a concert hall in Manchester where US singer Ariana Grande was performing.

Husband woke up alone with gas in car

A Sydney prison officer has given his account of the night he woke in his petrol-covered ute to find his wife missing and a gas cylinder hissing in the the back seat.

Hayne won't be frozen out as Blues centre

Jarryd Hayne will have a licence to roam in next week's State of Origin opener as NSW coach Laurie Daley acts to ensure his attacking threat is not lost on the left edge.

Woolworths offers free food for reviews

Woolworths is trying to better understand what shoppers want from the supermarket giant's own branded products by offering free food in exchange for reviews.