Amanda Perry's vaccine hesitancy has unfortunately cost her her life. The mum's husband has detailed the heartbreaking moment he told her goodbye.
West Australian Police Commissioner Chris Dawson will talk to a constable about his future employment after he was acquitted of murdering an Indigenous woman.The officer was found not guilty of murder or the lesser charge of manslaughter over the shooting death of the 29-year-old woman in the WA Supreme Court on Friday.
This learner drivers test question focuses on a common bad habit. Could this question about taxi zones catch out experienced drivers too?
Premier Mark McGowan says a security breach at his home by people wound up online by "conspiracy theorists" promoting "witch doctors' solutions" to COVID-19 won't stop Western Australia's vaccine rollout.Mr McGowan left a wedding and rushed home on Saturday night due to the incident involving anti-vaccination protesters.
The substitute teacher pleaded guilty to child pornography and charges related to a years-long sextortion scheme involving at least 10 minors. Read more.
Cleo Smith's home has been scoured for clues as police question up to 20 registered sex offenders in the area she went missing.
The Reserve Bank of Australia is adamant the nation is not facing the same sort of inflation pressures being seen in other parts of the world and which has prompted some central banks to start lifting interest rates.But Australian financial markets are not convinced the RBA's sanguine view will hold and are pricing in the risk of rising rates as early as next year, much earlier than the central bank is predicting.
The NSW government has unveiled a new tourism campaign to sell the state to domestic and international visitors as it reopens.Premier Dominic Perrottet and Tourism Minister Stuart Ayres on Sunday launched the advertising campaign, titled Feel New.
Australians using IVF testing to help prevent them passing serious genetic disorders to their child can soon claim a rebate on Medicare.Until now, people who know they are carriers of serious genetic disorders could only access these testing services if they were able to pay privately.
Dozens of people have been arrested across Sydney's public transport network as part of the city's biggest police crackdown since stay-at-home orders were lifted.Officers targeting anti-social behaviour, violence and weapons offences aboard ferries, buses and trains arrested 86 people during Operation Colossus on Friday and Saturday.
The teen was cleaning up his room after his TV fell and smashed the tiles below. His mum said she now plans to frame the find.
A woman who received an unexpected gift from her local Woolworths store has thanked the retailer online. Find out what she received.
Australian research has begun drilling down into the question of productivity during lockdown, with the initial results perhaps not quite what all workers want to hear.It seems white-collar employees contribute more in the office than they do at home.
The Nationals leadership team is keeping its cards close to its chest as members meet to discuss Scott Morrison's response to demands to secure an agreement on a net zero emissions target.The prime minister will fly to Europe later this week to attend the UN climate change conference in Glasgow.
If parents thought homeschooling, refereeing squabbles and feeding everyone snacks 15 times a day was enough to get their kids through lockdown, they may have thought wrong.Turns out, if they weren't simultaneously building them a share portfolio to rival Gordon Gekko's, they might have failed them.
The events industry says Victoria will lose galas worth millions of dollars to other states due to a lack of certainty about restrictions as the state emerges from lockdown.The $10 million events business DG Global is one of several AAP has spoken to, that say there's been little consultation about Victoria's latest set of rules, which stipulate 150 people can attend an indoor event, with one person for every four square metres.
A series of culturally-significant Australian high country huts razed by the Black Summer bushfires will be rebuilt following more than 18 months of assessment.The 10 bush-crafted timber and pressed-iron dwellings were among more than 100 constructed up to 120 years ago by stockmen and prospectors, and later the Snowy Mountains Authority.
A native mouse not seen in Tasmania for 17 years has been recorded on the state's remote Flinders Island inspecting a peanut butter-covered stick.The New Holland mouse, which is listed nationally as being vulnerable to extinction, was feared to have disappeared from the island state.
Melbourne and regional Victoria will reunite in a matter of days, as residents get a glimpse of life beyond the state's next COVID-19 vaccination milestones.Premier Daniel Andrews on Sunday announced the latest round of roadmap rules will take effect from 6pm on Friday, with the state forecast to reach 80 per cent full vaccination of people 16 and over sometime next weekend.