High Court bid by mass killer fails
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High Court bid by mass killer fails
This is certainly not what the Canberra customer ordered.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has almost doubled its profits in 2021/22 to a record $US760 million ($A1.The US-listed company owns News Corp Australia, as well as numerous mastheads in the US and UK, alongside book publisher HarperCollins and a majority stake in real estate advertising company REA Group.
The FBI raid could ultimately mean Donald Trump won't be able to run for president again – or it could play right into his hands.
2 per cent in June compared to the same time last year, new figures show.The Australian Bureau of Statistics reported on Tuesday it was the 16th consecutive month of through-the-year increases in total household spending.
A dedicated agricultural visa will not be introduced by the federal government, which will instead work within existing migration systems to address workforce shortages.One of the biggest problems farmers face across Australia is a lack of workers, Agriculture Minister Murray Watt says.
A heap of jelly-like eggs were found washed up on an Aussie beach, sparking curiosity. See the photos.
Former US president Donald Trump has tried to turn the news that the FBI had searched his Florida estate to his benefit, citing the investigation in text messages and emails soliciting political donations from his supporters.The unprecedented search marked a significant escalation of the federal investigation into whether Trump illegally removed records from the White House as he was leaving office in January 2021.
Legislation has been drafted to relax South Australia's Sunday trading laws, allowing shops to open earlier.The changes will also allow all shops across metropolitan Adelaide to trade on Boxing Day.
Refugee and migrant women's experiences of sexual harassment in the workplace will be investigated for the first time in a national study.The Monash University project, launched on Tuesday, will explore what challenges these women face and how those obstacles differ from others in society.
James Marape has been returned as Papua New Guinea's prime minister after a national election marred by violence and fraud allegations.Mr Marape was declared prime minister on Tuesday afternoon after receiving a unanimous 97 votes in the post-election parliamentary sitting.
Queensland's corruption watchdog should go through greater checks and balances before lodging charges following a bungled investigation into Logan City Council, a report has found.The probe into the Crime and Corruption Commission headed by former judge and corruption fighter Tony Fitzgerald delivered 32 recommendations to the state government on Tuesday.
Is the convenience of pre-packaged produce worth almost double the price?
A senior Ukrainian official has suggested a series of explosions at a Russian air base in Crimea could have been the work of partisan saboteurs, as Kyiv denied any responsibility for the incident deep inside Russian-occupied territory.The adviser to President Volodymyr Zelenskiy also suggested Russian incompetence as a possible cause of Tuesday's blasts.
A concerned resident spotted a man behaving strangely in the bushes of a park in Western Australia. Read more.
The fallout from Australia criticising China's Taiwan retaliation continues with yet another scathing message. Find out more.
Jeffery Erhunse/UnsplashEgg freezing is promoted as an empowering option for women who want to stop the biological clock and improve their chance of having a baby later in life. But they need to know it’s more like a lottery than an insurance policy. Fertility declines with age. To avoid age-related infertility, women increasingly turn to elective egg freezing. Advertising on IVF clinic websites and social media promote this as an insurance policy that allows women to start a family when the tim
Powerful explosions rocked a Russian air base in Crimea, killing one person and wounding several others, authorities said.Russia's Defence Ministry said munitions blew up at the Saki base, and it emphasised that the installation had not been shelled.
Nazi symbols are one step closer to be being banned in NSW after legislation criminalising their use passed the state parliament's lower house on Tuesday.It follows a ban of the Nazi swastika in Victoria, and pledges by the Queensland and Tasmanian governments to prohibit the hate symbol.
Environment Protection Authority officers are on the scene trying to work out what caused the mass kill in Lake Macquarie. Find out more.
Vegetable prices will return to normal, offering shoppers some relief. Find out when.