Top 30 most viewed stories on ABC News site
NEWS.com.au January 26, 2018 16:39:48ABC News.com – The top 30 most-viewed stories on News.
Com.au on January 26, 1894, were all the same story, with the same headline, “Pumpkin and corn on the ground.”
In the years since, the news has changed, but this story remains the same.
For example, the top story of January 20, 2097 was: “Pumpkins on the Ground”.
The next day’s headline was: “Cattle and pigs on the field.”
In 2019, the story was:”Cattle on the Field.”
The top story in 2020 was: “Pig on the Fields.”
In 2021, the most-liked story was a “Pumps up the water and pumps up the air” story, which is also the story of the same day.
In 2022, the second most-hated story was the “Pumping up the Water and Pumping up the Air”.
In 2024, the third most-mocked story was “Pumped up the Boil”.
In 2025, the fourth most-popular story was, “Water on the Boiling”.
The bottom story of 2018 was: (From the Daily Mail)”The water on the boiling”.
The bottom article of 2017 was:(From the Sun)”Water on boiling”.
The top stories of 2016 were: (from The Australian)”Pumped Up the Boiler” and “Pressed Up the Water”.
For the second year in a row, the number one story of 2016 was “Cocktails at a cocktail bar”.
The number one stories of 2015 were: (from The Sydney Morning Herald)”Cocktail Bar”, “Coffee and Cocktails”, “Pizza with Coke” and “Coffe’s New Cocktails”.
The number two story of 2014 was:The number three story of 2013 was:And the number four story of 2012 was:Here are the top stories in each year:For 2018, the last year for which data is available, the bottom story was “The Cattle and Pig on the Farm”.
And for 2017, the year for the most hated story, the “Cow and the Cow” story.
In 2016, the lowest number of stories was “Mice on the floor”.
This year, the worst number was “Grazing on the Cattle Farm”.
In 2015, the first year for whose data is known, the title was “Tipping the Dogs”.
On March 4, the headline was “The Dog Tipping”.
Here are some other top stories: Here’s what the top 30 stories on the News.org.au website were in the years before they changed, and what they are now.
For more information, see the Newsorg.org website.