Bishop rejects Abbott's 'drift to defeat'
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Bishop rejects Abbott's 'drift to defeat'
A search and rescue operation will resume for a fisherman missing since the early hours of Saturday morning after he was thrown from a boat along with another man and a dog off Sydney's North Harbour.The men, a 25-year-old and 49-year-old, launched the 3.
Berlin is ruling out arms deliveries to Ukraine in the stand-off with Russia for now, German Defence Minister Christine Lambrecht says, a few days after Britain started supplying Kyiv with anti-tank weapons.A bipartisan group of US senators also promised weapons to Ukraine, which could include missiles, small arms and boats, to help the country defend itself from a potential invasion amid a Russian military build-up on its borders.
A couple who died in a house fire in southeast Queensland had no domestic violence history but police say their relationship will form an integral part of the death probe.Police Detective Acting Inspector Heath McQueen says two bodies, believed to be a man and female, aged 73 and 68, were found in the charred remains of the home at Collingwood Park, east of Ipswich, on Sunday morning.
Four people have been arrested after allegedly snatching a four-year-old girl from a Sydney street and going on the run with her for two hours.Police were called after the child was taken from outside a property in Stanhope Gardens, in the city's northwest, about 12.
Thousands of people have gathered in European capitals to protest health passports, compulsory vaccinations and other requirements governments have imposed in hopes of ending the coronavirus pandemic.Demonstrations took place in Athens, Helsinki, London, Paris, Berlin and Stockholm.
A trove of leaked photos have revealed what's inside the decadent getaway known as the Putin Palace. See them here.
Jacinda Ardern has warned New Zealanders to soon expect COVID-19 case numbers in the thousands as her government imposes new restrictions in response to the arrival of Omicron.Community transmission of the highly infectious variant has been recorded for the first time in New Zealand, with nine members of a Nelson family testing positive following a trip to an Auckland wedding.
Students and teachers will be given rapid antigen tests to slow the spread of COVID-19 when they return to NSW classrooms next week.As part of a long awaited back-to-school plan announced on Sunday, six million rapid test kits are expected to be available for distribution by Wednesday.
A man has been charged by West Australian police with allegedly detonating a homemade bomb on a busy street in Perth's inner-north.Police say the improvised explosive device was ignited in an area between two restaurants on Newcastle Street in Leederville about 1.
New online safety measures to protect Australians on the internet will come into force this weekend, giving the national regulator more powers to take action against abuse.From Sunday, the eSafety commissioner will be able to compel tech companies to consistently report how they are responding to online harm.
Retired general Yair Golan spent a significant part of his military career serving in the occupied West Bank, protecting Jewish settlements. Today, he is one of their most vocal critics.
The state has reported a concerning 186 Covid deaths since Monday. Find out more.
Four people have been charged over the alleged abduction of a child in Sydney's northwest.Officers from Riverstone Police Area Command were called to Midlands Terrace, Stanhope Gardens about 12.
Security forces have fired tear gas at protesters barricading the streets and throwing rocks in Burkina Faso's capital as anger grows at the government's inability to stop jihadist attacks spreading across the country.Several hundred people marched through downtown Ouagadougou chanting for President Roch Marc Christian Kabore to resign.
A distraught mother has taken to Facebook to share an encounter with a Coles checkout staffer that left her feeling degraded. Find out why she was so distressed.
A speeding motorcyclist has died on live television after he rode into the path of an oncoming car.
Relief is in sight for Australians faced with bills of almost $30,000 a year as a treatment for a severe type of eczema is listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.Atopic dermatitis is a chronic skin condition that can have a significant impact on day to day life, including problems sleeping, increased risk of infection, depression and anxiety.
A major biodiversity project is turning to citizen scientists to help collect critical data on the impact of Australia's 2019-20 Black Summer bushfires.The idea is for amateur sleuths to document which plants and animals are bouncing back from the devastation and which are struggling.
At least 13 people were killed and scores injured when a truck carrying explosives to a gold mine in western Ghana detonated, flattening a rural community, police say.Smouldering timber and torn-up sheet metal marked where hundreds of houses had stood in Apiate, a settlement about 200km west of the capital Accra.
This week's latest inflation figures are likely to fuel speculation of an interest rate rise by the Reserve Bank of Australia this year, coming just days after an unexpected rapid drop in the unemployment rate.The Australian Bureau of Statistics will release the consumer price index for the December quarter on Tuesday.