Baddeley secures US PGA Tour future
Baddeley secures US PGA Tour future
The Perrottet government has committed $173 million to extend a school tutoring program launched during the pandemic, saying tutoring could become "business as usual" for NSW students.The announcement came on the same day as NSW Labor pledged $400 million to creating a permanent literacy and numeracy tutoring scheme for students, under its Education Future Fund.
Two women were caught fighting on a busy road in Elwood, Melbourne, during peak hour. Source: 9 News
A second nationwide strike has disrupted French electricity production, public transport and schools in a backlash against the government's plans to make people work longer before retirement.Unions, which have scheduled protest rallies across France throughout the day, want to keep the pressure on the government and hope to repeat the large turnout for the first national day of protest on January 19.
A former top cop will head the crackdown on sex traffickers using the migration system to exploit vulnerable foreign workers.Former Victorian police commissioner Christine Nixon will target criminal organisations abusing the system, calling allegations of sex trafficking through migration schemes "concerning".
A woman was frightfully close to being bitten by a highly venomous tiger snake. Watch the footage here.
Furious locals have blasted council over a 'money grabbing' move – but not everyone agrees. What do you think? Vote in our poll.
The federal opposition leader will meet with the Indigenous voice referendum working group after he called for more details on the plan.Peter Dutton has not yet said whether he would support enshrining an Indigenous voice to parliament in the constitution while his Nationals colleagues have come out against it.
Aussies are calling out Primo and Arnott's over their unexpected collaboration. Here's why.
The confronting clip garnered widespread attention, prompting many to believe it was too crazy to be real. See how the family responded.
Former Test cricketer Stuart MacGill shed tears of joy before drinking six or seven bourbon and cokes in an hour-and-a-half and allegedly intimidating one of his best friend's former partners.MacGill, 51, is accused of stalking and verbally intimidating his friend's former fiance Samantha Ford while walking down a Sydney CBD street, and then at a nearby pub on February 1, 2022.
A French woman is stunned to learn that many Aussies leave the soap suds on their recently cleaned dishes. Read more here.
A gynaecologist who inaccurately told a nine-year-old girl she was the victim of sexual assault has been disqualified from registering as a health practitioner.Bruno Giorgio examined the young girl at a regional Victorian hospital in 2018 after she went there with abdominal pain.
A woman has denied embellishing her evidence against former Australian Test cricketer Stuart MacGill, telling a court he was the main antagonist in a dispute resulting in her and her ex-fiance being told to leave a Sydney pub.MacGill, 51, is accused of stalking and verbally intimidating Samantha Ford while walking down Sydney's Kent Street and then later at the Captain Cook Hotel around 6pm on February 1, 2022.
A Queensland man accused of abducting his mother last week has been charged with murdering the woman described by family as gentle, funny, caring and clever.Slade Murdok, 30, faced Brisbane Magistrates Court on Tuesday charged with the murder of his 61-year-old mother Wendy Sleeman.
COVID-19 remains a public health emergency of international concern, the World Health Organisation says, designating the disease its highest form of alert.The pandemic was likely at a "transition point" that continues to need careful management to "mitigate the potential negative consequences", the agency said on Monday.
The father of NRL star David Fifita has been refused bail after a string of alleged offences, including entering an elderly man's home while he slept.In another alleged incident, Siaosi Teisina Fifita, 44, was found hiding from police behind a garbage bin in a stranger's garden.
More than 1000 extra electric vehicles will hit Australian roads over the next nine months after the NSW government announced a new round of subsidies for the next-generation vehicles.Twenty organisations will receive financial help to electrify their fleets as part of the government's $105 million program, with most funding going to ride-share and vehicle subscription firms.
ShutterstockWe know everything in our homes gathers dust. What you probably don’t know is whether there are toxic contaminants in your house dust, and where these might come from. Our newly published research found most of the dust inside homes came from outside and contains potentially toxic trace metals such as lead, arsenic and chromium. Worryingly, we found some contaminants can accumulate at higher concentrations inside homes than outside. This happened in homes with certain characteristics
A visit to the beach took an unexpected turn, leaving the officers red-faced. See what happened.
A series of videos reveal the terrifying violence