Chinese drone maker unveils human-carrier
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Chinese drone maker unveils human-carrier
The earthquake struck the town of Wagin, 230km southeast of Perth, shortly before 5.30am on Tuesday. Find out how people reacted.
A jealous western Sydney man had two reasons for plunging a knife into his partner's friend in her mother's home, a murder trial was told.Jay Lupton was fed up with "junkies and drama" circulating about the Lethbridge Park house, crown prosecutor Gareth Harrison told the NSW Supreme Court jury in his opening address on Monday.
NSW arresting officers displayed "shortcomings" in their decisions after their fellow officer was stabbed by an accused child sex offender who was then shot dead, a coroner has found.Nick Newman, 33, died from seven shots fired by Detective Senior Constables Tim Carey and Ben Anderson at the Maroubra Junction Hotel on January 26, 2018.
Recovered alcoholic and Sober in the Country founder Shanna Whan is Australia's Local Hero for 2022.The 47-year-old from the northern NSW regional centre of Narrabri nearly died from her addiction in 2015 before getting sober and focusing on supporting others.
Surf Lifesavers are pleading with beach loving Australians to take safety more seriously after revealing this summer is on track to be one of the worst for coastal drownings.With many set to hit the surf to celebrate Australia Day, the public have been urged to be more cautious in the water after an "alarming" number of summer drownings.
Australians have been encouraged to "reflect, respect and celebrate" as the nation marks Australia Day.Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Governor-General David Hurley and Labor leader Anthony Albanese will attend the national flag-raising and citizenship ceremony in Canberra - one of thousands of events being held across the country.
Ben Roberts-Smith's high-profile defamation trial is ready to resume next week following months of delays with witnesses still stuck behind Western Australia's border closure.Mr Roberts-Smith is suing The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Canberra Times over media reports from 2018 related to his deployments in Afghanistan that he says paint him as a war criminal.
The Queensland premier is being urged to explain why the integrity commissioner's laptop was allegedly seized and wiped without permission.Dr Nikola Stepanov, who maintains the register of lobbyists and provides politicians with confidential integrity advice, announced her resignation last week midway through a three-year term.
CCTV footage of a car roaming Sydney's western suburbs around the time Adnan Salameh was gunned down more than a year ago may help solve his homicide investigation.The 30-year-old died after being shot in the leg and shoulder in front of his girlfriend at his Tregear home in the early hours of November 30, 2020.
Ukraine's leaders have reassured the nation that a feared invasion from neighbouring Russia was not imminent, even as they acknowledge the threat is real and are accepting a shipment of American military equipment to shore up their defences.Russia has denied it is planning an assault, but it has massed an estimated 100,000 troops near Ukraine in recent weeks, leading the United States and its NATO allies to rush to prepare for a possible war.
A shark has been filmed swimming in waters near a rock off Twilight Beach at Esperance.
Lottery officials are faced with a rare occurrence after two winners shared Tuesday's Division One prize. Find out more.
A Victorian mum was shocked when she was asked a bizarre question during a routine check after her 10-year-old son tested positive for Covid-19. Find out what she was asked.
It's 'so we can all be safer,' Coles Group's David Brewster says.
Rod Sims, Australia's competition boss, describes himself as rather "dull" - a descriptor that might surprise his many adversaries.The longest-ever serving chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is due to step down in March after a long tenure marked by regulatory battles with some of the world's biggest companies.
Narelle Dybing, Author providedWildlife encounters can be few and far between in cities but, if you’re lucky, you might catch sight of a small Aussie marsupial in Perth that’s helping keep urban bushland healthy. Quenda, a rabbit-sized digging mammal native to southwestern Australia, are found in patches of bushland, parkland and even backyard gardens. And our latest research shows just how important these unassuming marsupials are to Australian ecosystems. We found quenda eat a huge variety of
Lynn Grieveson - Newsroom via Getty ImagesAs New Zealand’s government prepares to deal with a looming Omicron outbreak, this won’t be the only major issue it will have to tackle this year. 2022 will be important for environmental and climate action. Several key developments are expected throughout the year, both in New Zealand and internationally, focusing on climate change and biodiversity — and how these crises overlap with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more: New Zealand summers a
Pakistan has a woman on its highest court for the first time.Ayesha Malik's swearing-in as a justice on Pakistan's Supreme Court was a landmark moment for the Islamic nation where women often struggle to get justice, especially in cases involving sexual assault.
The heated words were muttered under the US president's breath, but were picked up by his microphone. See what he said.
Nearly 90 per cent of eligible young ACT school children are expected to be partially vaccinated against COVID-19 by the time classes resume.Students and teachers will also receive two free rapid antigen tests a week for the first four weeks of term one, similar to schemes in NSW and Victoria.