The confronting footage was taken at the beachside resort city of Cabo Frio – which reportedly has a reputation for public lovemaking.
The Aussie cabin crew member likes to take people behind the cockpit curtain – but this was maybe too much to stomach for some.
Thirty years ago Paul Keating delivered his famous Redfern Park speech, telling the nation there was nothing "to fear or lose" in amplifying Australia's democracy by including Indigenous Australians.He said a lot of other things too.
Australia will impose targeted sanctions on Iran over human rights violations following the death of Mahsa 'Jina' Amini who was arrested for not wearing a hijab.Nationwide protests erupted in Iran after the 22-year-old Kurdish-Iranian woman died on September 16 while in the custody of the state's Morality Police.
After eight months on the road and battling wind, rain, heat and fatigue, a Sydney grandfather will this week reach his Perth destination, having crossed the continent on foot.Richard van Pijlen has been pushing a trolley of supplies for more than 4,000 kilometres to raise money for the community bush regeneration group Landcare to plant one million trees.
Australia's supply of electric vehicles appears to be turning a corner, with a handful of companies able to offer the new technology to buyers within weeks and second-hand stocks starting to fill out stores.In some cases, keen consumers will be able to take delivery of an electric vehicle before Christmas, just in time to embark on a holiday road trip.
Police and the Australian Taxation Office have raided 35 businesses across five states as part of an international crackdown on the use of software to avoid paying tax.The ATO said the raids, conducted with the Australian Federal Police, targeted businesses suspected of supplying and using illegal electronic sales suppression tools (ESST) in Victoria, NSW, Queensland, Western Australia and Tasmania.
The cost of mortgages is on the way up again, but that hasn't put a dampener on the auction market which is entering its biggest weekend since the central bank began hiking interest rates eight months ago.According to CoreLogic, almost 3000 homes are up for auction across the nation's capital cities, equating to a rise of 7.
Slowing global growth and inflation will continue to threaten profitability for the mining sector in 2023, but it should be less of a rollercoaster.Credit ratings agency Fitch expects mining and metals to become relatively more stable following the tumultuous year for commodities prices in 2022.
Financial support will flow through to households and businesses early next year to deal with rising power prices, following an agreement at national cabinet.The federal government will provide $1.
Firefighting aircraft have been deployed and Country Fire Service crews are on high alert with catastrophic bushfire conditions declared across two South Australian districts.The warnings for Saturday apply to the lower Eyre Peninsula and Yorke Peninsula with temperatures set to surge into the mid-30s and winds to increase ahead of a cooler change.
An Australian rainforest frog last seen in 1990 has been listed as extinct on an updated global list of imperilled species, alongside 23 more native orchids at risk of vanishing forever.The red list, compiled by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, is the leading scientific assessment of extinction risks globally.
The IUCN has updated its Red List of threatened species, declaring Queensland’s mountain mist frog extinct.
A NSW woman who was drunk when she capsized a kayak, causing a four-year-old girl to drown, has been jailed for at least 18 months.Newcastle District Court judge Peter McGrath on Friday said Tamarah Eaton was a chronic alcoholic who drank a bottle of vodka hours before taking the young girl and a dog out in a one-man kayak to go fishing.
Queenslanders will receive discounts on their power bills after a deal was struck with the federal government to stump up cash for the Rockhampton Ring Road and a state energy plan.National cabinet agreed on Friday to a four-part plan, including $1.
A 37-year-old woman has been charged with manslaughter over the death of a man in southeast Queensland.She was previously charged with interfering with a corpse but the charge was upgraded late on Friday.
Banks are competing fiercely for new customers as rising interest rates keep the refinancing boom alive.Three of the big four banks - Commonwealth Bank, Westpac and ANZ - have all discounted their new customer variable rates in a bid to lure customers away from their competitors.
Pandemic payments for casual workers who test positive for COVID-19 have been extended over the summer period.Speaking from Kirribilli House in Sydney, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced on Friday national cabinet had agreed to continue the relief payments for workers in high risk settings.
As one side of the country sizzles this weekend the other side has been unseasonably cold. See what's in store for your region over the coming days.
For the third time that night, Shane Raymond Bretag tried to separate "two idiots" at a Brisbane casino.However, this time the former soldier used excessive force after experiencing hyper-vigilance and post-traumatic stress disorder as an Afghanistan veteran.
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An elderly Sydney divorcee who ran down his romantic rival before hacking him to death with an axe has been jailed for at least 15 years."One must infer that the final ordeal of the deceased must have been excruciatingly painful and terrifying, although mercifully short," Justice Robert Button said on Friday.
Catastrophic bushfire conditions have been declared across two South Australian districts, the first this summer.The declarations for Saturday apply to the lower Eyre Peninsula and Yorke Peninsula with temperatures set to surge into the mid-30s and winds to increase ahead of a cooler change.