Aussies score another win in Sri Lanka
Aussies score another win in Sri Lanka
Australia has been assured it will be supported by the United States to gain nuclear-powered submarines as soon as possible and will not be left with a capability gap.Foreign Minister Penny Wong and Defence Minister Richard Marles met with their United States counterparts on Wednesday morning (AEDT) for the annual AUSMIN talks.
A five-year-old 'bright and talented' girl has been identified as the latest victim. Find out more.
Many praised the woman's lovely gesture which had a 'ripple effect' on the community. Find out what it was.
Rideshare company Uber will pay a $21 million fine after admitting it overestimated fees for services and advertised a possible cancellation fee that it never charged.The fine is $5 million less than the one proposed by Uber and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, which took the rideshare giant to the Federal Court over misleading and deceptive practices.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his army could be fighting in Ukraine for a long time but he sees "no sense" in mobilising additional soldiers at this point."As for the duration of the special military operation, well, of course, this can be a long process," Putin said, using his preferred term for Russia's invasion, begun in February.
A man who allegedly stalked three teenagers in a Sydney shopping centre told police he wanted to have sex with the girls and get a girlfriend, a court has been told.Timothy James Deramore Denver, 37, faced Manly Local Court on Wednesday, a day after being arrested for allegedly pinching the bottom of a 17-year-old girl in Westfield Warringah Mall in Brookvale.
Tightly wrapped human remains have been discovered by cleaners under a Brisbane unit complex, sparking a police investigation.The body was found partially buried in a locked area behind a wall at the Alderley Avenue building in Brisbane's north on Wednesday morning, police said.
Flinders Ranges, South Australia Megan Clark/Unsplash, CC BY“How are they losing their children like this, all over the country? They aren’t used to the desert.” These are the thoughts of a Pashtun cameleer in Fiona McFarlane’s second novel, The Sun Walks Down, set in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges in 1883. This “bit part” cameleer is one of the few characters with a first-person address in McFarlane’s polyphonic, multifaceted saga that explores the cultural narrative, anxiety, and stain of w
Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan have accepted a human rights award at a Ripple of Hope gala in New York where they were honoured for addressing racial injustice and mental health.The British royals received the award late on Tuesday from the Robert F.
Kirstie Alley, who won an Emmy for her role on the classic sitcom Cheers and starred in films including Look Who's Talking, has died.Alley died of cancer that was only recently discovered, her children True and Lillie Parker said in a post on Twitter.
A new trailer for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's upcoming Netflix docuseries has appeared to use footage of the press filming events unrelated to the couple to depict how they were hounded by the paparazzi.Harry & Meghan, which is to be an "unprecedented and in-depth documentary series", is set to debut on the streaming platform on Thursday.
Two years have passed since the Morrison government was handed a troubling report on the failings of Australia's environment laws. On Thursday, the new government will explain how it plans to fix them.
Bruce Lehrmann is preparing to launch defamation proceedings after the criminal charges against him were dropped.Former Liberal Party staffer Brittany Higgins accused Mr Lehrmann of raping her inside the Parliament House office of the minister who they both worked for in 2019.
A family of three were driving home from a holiday when they noticed a snake perched on the hood of their car.
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Michael Reynolds/EPA/AAPForeign Minister Penny Wong and Defence Minister Richard Marles met with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III for the Australia-United States Ministerial Consultations (AUSMIN) in Washington, DC, on December 6. While there is notable continuity with last year’s agenda, this year’s AUSMIN clearly bears the Albanese government’s foreign and defence policy imprint – one that has a receptive audience in the Biden administration. Wi
The ban prohibits unmarried people from having sex or living together, and will affect both locals and foreigners. Find out more.
Shutterstock/ DisneyIn Travis Linnemann’s book The Horror Of Police, he quotes David Grossman, founder of the “bulletproof warrior” seminar series, notorious for teaching police that killing is “just not that big of a deal.” At the end of a long day, Grossman says, police should “look out on your city and let your cape blow in the wind”. This suggests police should see themselves as superheroes. In reality, they seem drawn to one superhero in particular: the classic Marvel comics character, the
It's a sight eerily similar to when the virus first ripped through Wuhan communities in the first weeks of 2020.
A major push by the NSW government to free up land for housing has failed to protect green spaces and left the state less liveable, environmental campaigners say.Ahead of the NSW election in March, the Total Environment Centre on Wednesday called for protections limiting major development including enforcing a new koala green belt around Sydney.