Federal leaders remember Tara Costigan
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Federal leaders remember Tara Costigan
North and Kardashian share a joint TikTok account with more than 5.2m followers
Sometimes, the most terrifying things are discovered when you look in your own backyard. Watch the terrifying video here.
We asked climate scientist Professor Tim Flannery to predict how Australia will look in the years 2030, 2050 and 2100. Here are his terrifying predictions.
A stuntman filming an underground poker game scene for a hip-hop song was shot dead with a sawn-off firearm that should never have been on set, a Brisbane coroner has found."An accumulation of errors" resulted in the tragic death of Johann Ofner, coroner Donald MacKenzie said in inquest findings handed down in Brisbane on Tuesday.
A NSW man has lost his licence and been charged with drink-driving after being nabbed by police twice on Australia Day.Police charged the man with two high-range drink-driving offences after being stopped twice within hours in the state's north on Wednesday.
The Northern Territory has reported another 492 COVID-19 infections with the government conceding the virus is "everywhere".But Health Minister Natasha Fyles says public health measures to contain the outbreak are working.
A riot among inmates at a prison in Mexico's Pacific coast state of Colima has left nine prisoners dead and seven injured.The Public Safety Department said the riot on Tuesday originated in a fight between two rival groups of inmates in a cell block.
Anthony Albanese believes Labor can end Australia's long-running climate policy wars should the opposition win the federal election.He used an address to the National Press Club to spruik Labor's climate policy centred on a legislated 43 per cent emissions cut this decade.
The "virtual fatigue" felt by so many of us will change the way Australia lives and works, a survey shows.Years of tapping to seek advice or treatment, order food, try to learn, or see colleagues and friends are taking their toll.
ShutterstockIf you’re a parent, chances are that, like me, you are frantically trying to get a head start on the new school year. In coping with the stress of COVID-19 lockdowns, restrictions, empty shelves in stores, working from home and minimal communications by schools over the holidays, we’ve turned to our virtual community of friends for help. Let’s face it, most of us probably don’t have the time to or simply can’t pop in for a cuppa with one of the other parents to just have a chat. And
A memorial has been planned for the "sweet, innocent" girl whose body was found in a barrel northwest of Sydney.
Victoria has recorded one of its highest daily death tolls of the pandemic, after 35 people died with COVID-19.The state posted 13,507 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, including 6533 from PCR tests and 6974 from rapid antigen tests.
A cross-party parliamentary committee says the government has not allowed enough scrutiny of $1.5 billion in COVID-19 pandemic spending and some health measures.
Millions of people in the central Asian countries Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan have been left without electricity after a major technical outage.The Kazakh Energy Ministry said an important cable was broken, which has led to outages in the economic hub of Almaty as well as across Kyrgyzstan and several regions of neighbouring Uzbekistan.
Three Northern Territory mines are set to restart operations after major project status was awarded to the Mt Bundy Gold Project.The NT government says the $412 million project is likely to generate $1.
Sydney's popular Gordons Bay is a much-loved beauty spot but locals were enraged hours after the unsavoury act of some beachgoers. Find out more.
Russia has warned that imposing sanctions on President Vladimir Putin personally would not hurt him but would be "politically destructive" after US President Joe Biden said he would consider such a move if Russia invaded Ukraine.Biden said on Tuesday personal sanctions on Putin, though a rare step, could be considered as part of a concerted drive by the United States and its allies to convince Moscow that any new aggression against Ukraine would bring swift and massive costs.
Britain is not ruling out sanctions targeted at Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin in person if Russia invades Ukraine, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss says.US President Joe Biden said on Tuesday he would consider personal sanctions on Putin if Russia invades Ukraine, as Western leaders stepped up military preparations and made plans to shield Europe from a potential energy supply shock.
An Australian pharmaceutical firm that's developing a world first virus-killing nasal spray is set to list on the ASX.Firebrick Pharma co-founder Dr Peter Molloy told AAP he's been working on the spray, called Nasodine, for almost a decade, as a treatment for the common cold.
Woolworths is trialling a new feature on its supermarket shelves, but not all shoppers are impressed. Find out why.