A teen who flew to Adelaide via Melbourne and a man found in a pine forest have been charged with breaching coronavirus restrictions in South Australia.
A Newcastle Catholic high school and a Sydney Catholic primary school are the latest NSW schools to be closed after a student at each facility tested positive.
As regional Victoria enters stage three restrictions, coronavirus-hit Melbourne will on Thursday begin adjusting to new rules for businesses and workers.
Australian Council of Trade Unions secretary Sally McManus says the Morrison government is treating childcare workers as second-class citizens.
The Victorian Government's coronavirus modelling has predicted the worst is yet to come for the hard-hit state.
Police will be given more powers to identify people engaging in serious criminal activity online, under a $1.7 billion cybersecurity strategy.
Officials are encouraging Australians to reach out to friends and family in Melbourne and the rest of Victoria as the state continues to battle coronavirus.
Economists are trying to gauge the impact of the tough restrictions in Victoria on an already grim outlook for the rest of the economy.
A survey of renters shows that while most lost income because of the coronavirus pandemic, only a sliver received a reduction in rent.
Omar Jhein, from North Parramatta, has described the terrifying moment the devastating explosion engulfed the city.
In the first six months of 2020, murder rates have climbed noticeably in major cities across the country, with children in the crossfire.
A Reddit user went viral after revealing how the family’s restaurant in Greece handles regular requests from influencers asking to dine for free.
The Morrison government's $1.7 billion cyber security strategy will boost police powers to investigate crime and enlist families and businesses to tackle crime.
A Victorian mum feeling 'helpless' while the state's coronavirus cases continue to rise has decided to create free masks for those in need.
Terrifying footage showing a man rolling onto the road as a car swerves out of the way is linked to a police investigation.
The explosion killed at least 100 people and injured nearly 4000 as the explosion sent a devastating blast wave across Beirut.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed an Australian was killed in a deadly blast that sent shockwaves across the Lebanese capital of Beirut.
A NSW town is in for a soaking just a week after a 66-year high while snow could fall in South Australia as the state declares 'code blue'.
Access to childcare will be limited in Melbourne as part of the stage-four lockdown, with arrangements being confirmed on Wednesday night.
Two serving NSW police officers have been refused bail after being charged with attempted rape and the production of child abuse material.