Cyclone June heads for New Caledonia, NZ
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Cyclone June heads for New Caledonia, NZ
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New pedestrian crossings are being trialled across Brisbane to make them more Covid-safe. Find out why it's causing a stir among locals.
Norway's annual Christmas tree gift to London has provoked unseasonably abrupt responses, including demands that the 24-metre Norwegian spruce be replaced, after it appeared to be less than symmetrical with some broken branches.Every year, a tree is felled outside Oslo and sent to London's Trafalgar Square as an offering of thanks from Norwegians for the United Kingdom's support during World War II.
NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has been criticised for his etiquette during what was an eventful Covid press conference on Thursday. Find out what's been said.
A Queensland businessman who carried out a plan to remove money from his telecommunications business before it was liquidated has been jailed.Richard Sebastian Ludwig was not the mastermind behind the scheme, but that did not excuse his behaviour, Brisbane District Court Judge Nathan Jarro said in handing down his sentence on Thursday.
The weapons system deployed by Russia is capable of hitting sea targets at a range of up to 500km. Find out how the world is reacting.
A former teacher's aide in Tasmania who breached her position of trust and sexually abused an underage past student has received a suspended jail sentence.The woman, who was 43 at time, had sex with the 16-year-old boy in her car earlier this year after arranging to meet up when he contacted her.
After 107 days, New Zealand's largest city is free from strict COVID-19 restrictions as the country moves to a new strategy.Auckland, with a population of about 1.
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An Italian man turned up at a vaccination centre wearing a fake silicone arm, hoping to fool a nurse into giving him a jab in order to obtain a COVID-19 health certificate, local authorities say.The man, who is in his 50s, has been reported to police in the northern city of Biella, regional governor Alberto Cirio said, adding that the silicone on the prosthetic arm looked "very similar" to real skin.
Transport for NSW says there is a valid explanation for the strange occurrence. Find out more.
The 38-year-old spent years struggling to breathe out of his right nostril. Read here to see what doctors found out.
The man accused of driving his SUV through a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee, killing six people and injuring dozens, says he feels like he is being "demonised".Darrell Brooks Jr, in an interview with Fox News from the Waukesha County Jail, offered no details about a possible motive.
Australians could be in for another summer of floods as climate change amplifies wetter-than-average conditions caused by the La Nina weather pattern, the Climate Council has warned.The climate action group says floods that are currently sweeping across parts of Queensland and NSW could be just the start.
The area in South Africa where the Covid Omicron variant originated from has seen a sudden rise in infant hospitalisations. Read more about the alarming data.
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese claims Labor's plan gets the balance right. Read more to see if you agree.
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A cyclist found dead on a major wayside in Queensland's north may have laid unnoticed for more than 12 hours, police believe.The body of the 20-year-old man was discovered by a passing truck driver in a culvert beside the Bruce Highway at Tully shortly before midday on Friday.
Drivers could save as much as $12,000 on owning an electric car under a new Labor plan to cut emissions.The opposition's long-awaited climate policy, which was unveiled on Friday, revealed emissions would be cut by 43 per cent by 2030, based on 2005 levels.