Croatia alive in Davis Cup quarter-final
Croatia alive in Davis Cup quarter-final
Online news site Crikey was directing ridicule and hatred towards Lachlan Murdoch since the media mogul launched a defamation lawsuit against it, a judge has been told.Crikey had paid for billboards in Melbourne this week continuing a claim of martyrdom in being sued by someone wealthy, his barrister Sue Chrysanthou SC said on Friday in the Federal Court.
A mob of angry Russian reservists have been filmed yelling at a military officer. Watch it here.
The federal opposition has called on the government to wind back and re-prioritise spending in the upcoming budget to ease cost of living pressures.Opposition finance spokeswoman Jane Hume said the October budget to be handed down by Labor Treasurer Jim Chalmers should include "more cautious spending".
Young Australians are more anxious than ever as they navigate technological change and the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.That's the conclusion of National Mental Health Commission chief executive Christine Morgan as a national listening tour near its end.
Russian police moved quickly to disperse peaceful protests against President Vladimir Putin's military mobilisation order, arresting hundreds, including some children, in several cities across the vast country.Police detained more than 700 people, including over 300 in Moscow and nearly 150 in St Petersburg, according to OVD-Info, an independent website that monitors political arrests in Russia.
Australia will seek a seat on the United Nations Security Council as it pushes for greater membership for smaller states, after raising concerns about the veto powers of permanent member Russia.Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong told the UN General Assembly on Saturday Australia wants the council to make room for other "small and medium-sized" countries from Africa, Latin America and Asia.
Fiona, a Category 4 hurricane, has pounded Bermuda with heavy rains and winds as it swept by the island on a route forecast to have it approaching northeastern Canada late in the day as a still-powerful storm.Authorities in Bermuda opened shelters and closed schools and offices on Friday ahead of Fiona.
The cashless card looks likely to be abolished as the federal government seeks to pass legislation to scrap the program.After consulting across the country, the government will on Monday introduce the reforms to parliament that could see people taken off the cashless debit card scheme in less than two weeks.
A man is accused of driving a mechanical loader into another man and then ramming the vehicle through a roller door and into a home following an argument in the NSW Hilltops region.The incident unfolded in Iandra Street at Young, with emergency services alerted by reports of a dispute in which a man had been injured, about 12.
A neighbour's note has divided the internet after it warned residents to expect damage to their cars. Find out what happened.
A council spokesperson said staff are not exempt from local laws. Find out what they did.
Russia has made its case to the world for its war in Ukraine, repeating a series of grievances about its neighbour and the West to tell the UN General Assembly meeting of leaders that Moscow had "no choice" but to take military action.At the heart of Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov's address was a claim that the United States and its allies -- not Russia, as the West maintains -- are aggressively undermining the international system that the UN represents.
Richarlison scored twice as World Cup contenders Brazil breezed past Ghana with a comfortable 3-0 victory in a friendly in Le Havre.Brazil's first-half performance gave fans plenty of reason to be excited by a young team heading to Qatar where they will bid for a record-extending sixth title.
The news anchor slammed his own station after going rogue during a live segment. See what he had to say.
Russian forces have launched new strikes on Ukrainian cities as Kremlin-orchestrated votes continued in occupied regions to pave the way for their annexation by Moscow.Zaporizhzhia Governor Oleksandr Starukh said the Russians targeted infrastructure facilities in the Dnieper River city.
Labor may not need the support of the Greens or independents for its federal anti-corruption watchdog if the coalition gets on board.Opposition Leader Peter Dutton says the coalition is engaging in "good faith" negotiations with the Albanese government on the bill to set up what will be known as the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC).
China underscored its commitment to its claim to Taiwan, telling world leaders that anyone who gets in the way of its determination to reunify with the self-governing island would be "crushed by the wheels of history.""Only when China is fully reunified can there be true peace across the Taiwan Strait," Wang Yi, China's foreign minister, said at the UN General Assembly.
Russian forces have launched new strikes on Ukrainian cities as Kremlin-orchestrated votes took place in four occupied regions to create a pretext for their annexation by Moscow.In cities across Russia, police arrested hundreds of people who tried to protest against a mobilisation order aimed at beefing up the country's troops in Ukraine.
The boy was initially too embarrassed to tell doctors what he had done. Read more.
Police in Paris have cleared a refugee camp in the city centre where about 100 people were living, officers say, citing public order and health issues.The people had been living at the camp at Place de la Bastille since the end of May, the police prefecture said.