Jimmy Barnes has revealed his concerns before his first live music gig in months, as he shared what upsets him most about Victoria’s lockdown. LISTEN TO HIS PODCAST, SEE THE VIDEO
A broken little boy who’d lost his dad to suicide and his mum to drugs had all but given up hope that there was anyone left who cared. Thankfully, help was about to arrive.
A woman has been killed in a crash that occurred outside the police station in Nanango. She was driving the car when it rolled and died at the scene.
Heartbroken friends and family of Jaimi Kenny have this afternoon farewelled the 33-year-old at a Sunshine Coast chapel, five days after her shock death.
Police were today called to a Maylands book store that made international headlines this week for banning JK Rowling’s books after a man confronted the owner over the move.
A joint Corrective Services and RSPCA NSW program — which uses the rehabilitation of abused and neglected dogs to teach inmates life skills before they are released — has not only helped a huge number of inmates, but has also led to a number of dogs being rehomed.
When former top cop Deborah Wallace received an out-of-court settlement from Alan Jones she decided she wanted to do something to lift her spirits.
Ava Benny-Morrison and Brenden Hills
It is one of Sydney’s most prestigious schools and a couple of its students took it upon themselves to share with the world, via social media, just how luxurious it is.
Linda Silmalis and Annika Smethurst
Perth ratepayers could be asked to stump up $2.5 million to create a plush new space for councillors, despite fears it will be a public relations nightmare.
Jed Texas – who has partied with fashion legend Kate Moss — is in Bali’s horrific Kerobokan jail after being charged with trafficking narcotics.
Queenslanders forced into hotel quarantine are skipping out on the bill, with Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll admitting “quite a high percentage” have failed to pay.
Missed treatments due to the coronavirus pandemic has seen the number of adult patients waiting for public dental treatment in NSW increase to more than 100,000. SEE THE WAITING LIST BLOW OUT IN YOUR AREA
Queensland’s former deputy premier Jackie Trad has responded to claims about her involvement in a Palaszczuk Government decision to rezone land on North Stradbroke Island that would see pristine bushland transformed into resorts and housing.
A convicted Irish killer wanted for questioning over a one-punch attack in Sydney has raised questions about Australia’s border security, and left many asking how safe regulations really are.
Stephen Drill, Europe correspondent
Maritime workers at Sydney's Port Botany and shipping company DP World have reached a truce in their industrial dispute and will return to negotiations.
No new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Queensland in the past 24 hours, with just 22 cases now active across the state. It comes ahead of the border reopening with the ACT.
AUSTRALIA’S first live music concert since COVID-19 hit — held at our very own Darwin Ski Club — was a great success
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We’ve all read about The Raft, but how does it actually stack up when you’re onboard? Last night we found out.
A Bondi Junction house party has ended with $28,000 in fines after police said the group breached coronavirus restrictions overnight.
Anthony Piovesan, Hannah Moore, Katy Hall and Maria Bervanakis
WA’s last remaining daily regional newspaper this week celebrates its 125th birthday. Damon Erceg takes a look at the Kalgoorlie Miner’s past and its very bright future.
Anti-lockdown protesters have clashed with police in Melbourne’s inner beachside area in a chaotic, scattered rally.
Severe thunderstorm alerts are active for much of Queensland today with the Bureau of Meteorology warning of giant hailstones, destructive winds and intense rainfall that could spark flash flooding. There are already reports of flooding in parts after a 50mm deluge.
Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll says she is “really upset” at protesters labelling her troops racist after the death of indigenous woman Sherry Fisher-Tilberoo in custody.
Apartment owners living in ‘defect city’ are facing financial ruin after a banned building certifier signed off on multiple high-rises. Vlerio “Vic” Lilli personally signed off on two separate 250-apartment buildings in Meadowbank, The Sunday Telegraph can reveal.
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