1. Notorious millionaire questioned in relation to missing Beaumont children.
A millionaire bar owner and convicted paedophile who now lives in Cambodia is a person of interest in the 50-year-old mystery of the missing Beaumont children.
The Advertiser reveals that Anthony Munro, 71, has pleaded guilty to child sex offences in South Australia going back to 1962, but is also a person of interest in the case of the Beaumont children.
Siblings Jane, 9, Arnna, 7, and four-year-old Grant Beaumont disappeared on January 26, 1966 from Glenelg in Adelaide. Their disappearance remains one of Australia’s greatest mysteries.
Police believe Munro was in Adelaide around the time when the Beaumont children vanished.
The former resident of Glenelg is also wanted in Cambodia for questioning over alleged child sex offences.
Munro pleaded guilty to 10 child sex offences including buggery and indecent assault against several victims in South Australia’s Kangaroo Island, Rapid Bay and the Glenelg between 1962 and 1983.
2. “He was like an octopus” multiple women accuse Trump of groping them.
Multiple women have come forward saying they were sexually harassed by Donald Trump.
Jessica Leeds, 74, told The New York Times that more than three decades ago, she sat next to Mr. Trump during a plane flight and that he groped her. The newspaper said it spoke with four people to whom she had earlier told her story.
Another woman Rachel Crooks, said that as a 22-year-old receptionist in 2005, she met Mr. Trump outside an elevator in Trump Tower, where she worked, and that he kissed her on the cheeks and then the mouth.
While People Magazine published an account from a former writer who said Trump shoved her against a wall and tried to kiss her during a break in an interview for a story about the first anniversary of his marriage to Melania Trump.
“During the presidential debate, Donald Trump lied about kissing women without their consent,” Natasha Stoynoff wrote. “I should know. His actions made me feel bad for a very long time. They still do.”
While Trumps has denied the allegations if they do prove true they undermine claims that his self-described “locker-room talk” didn’t represent actual behaviour.
3. Tony Abbott defends Donald Trump.
Tony Abbott has defended Donald Trump saying the Republican nominee’s positions are “reasonable enough” and has condemned NSW for wasting parliamentary time to pass a motion calling Mr Trump a “revolting slug”.
“The tapes that have been playing over the last few days are gross, gross beyond belief and I think they are completely indefensible,” Mr Abbott told Sky News.