Brigitte Nielsen opens up about raising a toddler at 59
Brigitte Nielsen opens up about raising a toddler at 59
Tata Motors has launched India's lowest priced electric car at a little under $A16,000 as the country's only electric vehicle maker looks to draw in more buyers.Tata leads India's EV market, helped by government subsidies and high tariffs on imports.
Passengers were stuck on a Sydney train at Auburn for two hours on Sunday, only being evacuated in the early hours of the morning.
Foreign Minister Penny Wong has backed a "prompt, independent investigation" into the death of a young Iranian woman in custody.Mahsa Amini's death two weeks ago has sparked anti-government demonstrations across Iran, with protesters calling for the end of the Islamic clerical establishment.
A prison officer has been stabbed at a maximum security jail in Melbourne.The man was taken to hospital with wounds to his upper body after the incident in the Metropolitan Remand Centre at Ravenhall on Thursday.
A 71-year-old man already charged for his alleged role in the murder of a toddler is facing multiple separate child abuse charges.The man had already been arrested and charged in relation to the murder of a two-year-old girl, allegedly beaten to death with plastic tubing and dumped on a rural property at Porters Retreat near Oberon in 1987.
President Vladimir Putin will hold a signing ceremony in the Kremlin to add four territories of Ukraine into Russia, his spokesman says.Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said a signing ceremony would take place at 3pm Moscow time on Friday "on agreements on the accession of new territories into the Russian Federation.
Former Sydney Roosters and England star Adrian Morley is tipping the delayed Rugby League World Cup, which kicks-off in England next month, to be the most closely fought yet.Morley, who played in the 2000 and 2008 World Cups, believes the rise of Tonga and Samoa could make the 16th tournament - held over from last year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic - the most open in history.
A child watched in horror as her mother was choked by her partner and then called triple zero when her mum became unconscious, a Victorian court has heard.When the woman eventually regained consciousness she ran outside and screamed for help, but her partner followed her, grabbed her and choked her again.
Australia's medical regulator has granted provisional approval for a Pfizer COVID-19 booster for children aged between six months and five years.The Therapeutic Goods Administration says the booster will protect against severe COVID-19 outcomes including hospitalisation and death.
The United States has begun a first-of-its-kind summit with Pacific island leaders, saying they had agreed a partnership for the future and holding out the prospect of "big dollar" help to a region where it hopes to stem China's expanding influence.Leaders from 12 Pacific island states were expected to take part in a two-day summit in Washington DC, with two more sending representatives, and Australia and New Zealand attending as observers.
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Supporters of Iraq's influential Shi'ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr have attempted to storm Baghdad's Green Zone government area as the Iraqi parliament held session on the resignation of its Speaker.Associated Press journalists saw those supporting al-Sadr waving flags as security forces gathered around them.
Foreign Minister Penny Wong says her government "completely" rejects the charges laid against Australian Professor Sean Turnell who's been jailed in Myanmar.The 58-year-old Sydney economist was sentenced to three years' jail earlier this week, accused of violating Myanmar's official state secrets act.
Romelda Aiken-George has sealed a move to the NSW Swifts less than two months after giving birth, creating a spicy Super Netball rivalry after she was cut loose by the Queensland Firebirds.The 33-year-old, who didn't play what would have been her 15th season at the Firebirds this year, claimed in July that the club had deemed it "too risky" to re-sign the attacker for the 2023 season.
British Prime Minister Liz Truss says she will stick to her controversial plan to reignite economic growth as she broke her silence following nearly a week of chaos in financial markets triggered by her huge tax cuts.A day after the Bank of England resumed its bond-buying in an emergency move to protect pension funds from partial collapse, Truss blamed the upheaval on Russia's invasion of Ukraine that has caused inflation to spike around the world.
A UN tribunal in The Hague has opened the genocide trial of a Rwandan businessman captured two years ago after decades on the run, with judges saying the hearing must go on despite the suspect's decision to boycott it from his jail cell.Felicien Kabuga, a former businessman and radio station owner, is one of the last suspects sought by a UN tribunal prosecuting crimes committed in the 1994 genocide, when ruling Hutu majority extremists killed more than 800,000 minority Tutsis and Hutu moderates
Diamonds Coach Stacey Marinkovich isn't expecting any problems with post-gold medal complacency ahead of netball's Constellation Cup against New Zealand next month.The arch-rivals will meet in a four-game series, opening in Auckland on Wednesday, October 12.
The theft court case involving the woman who was embroiled in a texting saga with former Australian Test cricket captain Tim Paine has been further delayed by issues around information disclosure.Renee Ferguson is accused of stealing thousands of dollars and memberships from former employer Cricket Tasmania, where she worked as a receptionist from 2015-17.
World Bank President David Malpass has warned that it could take years for global energy production to diversify away from Russia after its invasion of Ukraine, prolonging the risk of stagflation, or a period of low growth and high inflation.In a speech at Stanford University, Malpass said there was an increased likelihood of recession in Europe, while China's growth was slowing sharply and US economic output had contracted in the first half of the year.
ShutterstockEligibility for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) came under scrutiny this week, after NDIS minister Bill Shorten said he was considering whether a diagnosis of attention-defecit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) should grant automatic eligibility for the NDIS. The minister since walked back these comments, with a spokesperson explaining “the government currently has no plans to make changes” to this list. However, these comments have shone a spotlight on how eligibility fo