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An officer who was one of the first people to arrive on the scene said she saw the man's horrific wounds and "didn't know what to do to help him".
The former teacher and tutor has been sentenced to 20 years in prison after admitting to sexually assaulting two teenage students in her van.
A key Trump appointee has buckled to increasing pressure, admitting Joe Biden has won the election and clearing the path for a transition.
A bar closing its doors due to coronavirus received an unexpected boost from a customer dropping by for just one beer.
The newborn's mother, described by prosecutors as a 'convict', faces up to 15 years in prison and has been charged with attempted murder.
After much controversy, Queensland will open to Sydneysiders and expects to announce an invitation to welcome Victorians in coming days.
The 'illegal' event is now being investigated after shocking footage showing thousands of people at the wedding surfaced online.
A food delivery cyclist has been killed after he was struck by a truck in an inner-city suburb of Sydney, becoming the fifth rider to be killed in a three-month period.
The vehicle was travelling back to the family's home on the Gold Coast when it careered from the road into the dam.
After two airport workers in Shanghai reportedly tested positive to coronavirus, authorities tried to shut down the entire airport and test about 100,000 people for Covid.
Kevin Sullivan, 40, died on November 4 when police claim Joshua Patel, 37, lost control of his SUV and struck the dad.
Police have revealed more details on why two children were unable to escape the family car when it crashed into a Queensland dam on Sunday.
Police are looking for a man who claimed to be coronavirus positive and was filmed spitting at women for not wearing their face masks.
A young Queensland boy died in a Melbourne hospital after battling a rare disease for most of his short three-year life.
South Australia appears to have avoided the outbreak authorities feared most, and set a national record in reacting to the outbreak.