A close look at the spread of the highly infectious strain in Australia’s education settings has turned up some surprising results.
Ex-FIFA referee Matthew Breeze says match officials need to be treated the same way as players and coaches.
An asbestos scare has triggered union claims that Australian homeowners and builders could be at risk if the toxic material isn’t being stopped at customs.
Eight-year-old Sol was last heard calling for help after he is believed to have fallen out of his kayak on a family camping trip.
Queensland is bracing for a surge in cases when borders ease, but one policy has left specialist doctors uneasy.
Christian Porter’s use of anonymous donations to fund his defamation action has triggered stunning scenes in parliament.
Shocked onlookers filmed the moment a getaway car allegedly used as a getaway vehicle after a gangland murder burst into flames.
Audio of a woman screaming and pleading before she was killed will be played to a jury as her estranged husband stands trial accused of murder.
The ASX climbed into the green and stayed there despite a last-minute sell-off, with only energy and telco sectors losing ground.
Rebecca Le May
A gynaecologist told a patient her vagina was ‘nice’ and ‘looked Australian’. But he will still be allowed to practise.
The major alcohol retailer has warned a number of items may be missing from shelves in coming months.
The mining sector is debating establishing an industry-wide blacklist of sex predators after a torrent of allegations emerged.
Dozens of Victorian towns have been left off a new first homebuyers fund, with agents questioning why their would-be home buyers have been forgotten.
A man has been scolded by a mayor after showing up to a Zoom council meeting ‘unclothed’.
New details have been aired in court about the man who allegedly stabbed two others at a popular Melbourne shopping centre.
Two men have been charged with Covid-19 fraud after an investigation by cybercrime squad detectives.
More than 300 protesters have voiced their anger at WA’s decision to make Covid-19 vaccinations compulsory for most of its workforce.
Angie Raphael and Catie McLeod
A Melbourne woman accused of calling her ex-lover a ‘scum man’ in a series of online posts asked him a bizarre question in court after sharing a photo of the pair.
Fears are rife that retailers may be forced to lift prices to absorb higher costs associated with supply chain chaos.
A horror scene has unfolded at a NSW abattoir on Wednesday when a man was trapped in machinery for several hours.
The gates at Flemington will finally be open to the public on Melbourne Cup day but only for a select few.
A man has been hospitalised after he was chased by a large farm animal and hit in the chest.
A nurse has revealed the horrifying long-term effects she has suffered after catching Covid - leaving her life unrecognisable.
Woolworths has made a major announcement after a customer was brutally stabbed inside one of its Melbourne stores.
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