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Knights' Mullen tests positive to steroids
A stuntman filming an underground poker game scene for a hip-hop song was shot dead with a sawn-off firearm that should never have been on set, a Brisbane coroner has found."An accumulation of errors" resulted in the tragic death of Johann Ofner, coroner Donald MacKenzie said in inquest findings handed down in Brisbane on Tuesday.
A park in southwest Sydney has become the focus of an ongoing police investigation into the 2020 shooting murder of underworld figure Mejid Hamzy.Police said officers would search Deepwater Park, Panania, as well as a creek adjacent to Kelso Park South and Marco Reserve on Tuesday.
Paramjeet Singh and Sandeep Walia had to be separated by friends after a wild argument about who would have to share a room with their new housemate.Both men came to Australia from India in 2014 to study and work and were living with two other friends at a home in Maidstone, in Melbourne's west.
Record flooding and heatwaves are predicted around the country. Some areas have seen the 'biggest rainfall' in at least 100 years. Find out more.
Parliamentarians in Honduras could be heard chanting "traitors" after a split in a party vote. Source: Reuters
The Pastor spat on the man to illustrate a bible story Jesus healed a blind man by spitting on his hands and then touching the man's eyes.Source: YouTube / Transformation Church
The US State Department has ordered diplomats' family members to leave Ukraine, as US President Joe Biden weighs options for boosting America's military assets in Eastern Europe to counter a build-up of Russian troops.The order, which also allows US diplomats stationed at the embassy in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv to leave voluntarily, is one of the clearest signs yet that American officials are bracing for an aggressive Russian move in the region.
A video showing a large number of spiders was posted TikTok, shocking usersSource: TikTok/ spooki.squid
The man was accused of selling RATs for $70 by a TikTok user.Source: TikTok
In the city, pigeons can be dismissed as "rats of the sky". In outback Australia, they're a rare and beautiful sight.
An Adelaide man who drove in a "wild and dangerous" manner before a road crash that claimed two lives, including that of a senior police officer, will be subject to ongoing mental health supervision for 10 years.Detective Chief Superintendent Joanne Shanahan, 55, and Tania McNeill, 53, were killed in a three-car collision in April 2020 when Harrison Kitt drove through a red light at more than 160 km/h.
The much-delayed electrification of a major rail line in Adelaide's north is now set for completion by April but not before another cost blowout to $842 million.The latest $127 million increase has largely been blamed on the COVID-19 pandemic, including manufacturing shutdowns and issues with bringing highly skilled workers into the state.
The earthquake struck the town of Wagin, 230km southeast of Perth, shortly before 5.30am on Tuesday. Find out how people reacted.
A man found dead on a rural property in northwest Tasmania with significant head injuries was likely murdered, police say.The 59-year-old's body was discovered on Sunday night in the small town of Sprent after emergency services responded to reports a car was on fire.
Three Northern Territory mines are set to restart operations after major project status was awarded to the Mt Bundy Gold Project.The NT government says the $412 million project is likely to generate $1.
A 17-year-old Australian boy has sent his family voice messages from a Syrian prison, saying he fears for his life after his friends died beside him.The boy says children as young as eight are being killed in the Guweiran prison and that he has been injured by gunfire.
Two new surveys have highlighted the concerns of business in dealing with climate change, which risks putting trillions of dollars at stake unless rapid action is undertaken.A report by Deloitte has found 74 per cent of Australian executives see the world at a tipping point for responding to climate change, up from 52 per cent only eight months ago.
A French soldier has been killed in a mortar shelling attack on a base in Mali, the military says.The 24-year-old artilleryman, Alexandre Martin, was serving with France's anti-insurgent force Operation Barkhane, according to a statement from the French army.
The master of a ship that lost dozens of containers overboard off Australia's east coast has been committed to stand trial.Ship master Mohd Zulkhaili Bin Alias was facing two charges after 50 containers toppled off the APL England when the vessel encountered rough seas while travelling to Melbourne from China in May 2020.
NSW and Victoria daily Covid cases continue to fall, but another 41 people have died across the two states. Find out more about the latest figures.