Mass murderer's High Court bid fails
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Mass murderer's High Court bid fails
The US Food and Drug Administration has recommended COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers change the design of their booster shots to combat coronavirus sub-variants.If authorised, the changes would mark the first major retooling of COVID vaccines, but also could slow their rollout.
A garden enthusiast took to social media to find out what it was, but the sight of it left people feeling "uncomfortable." Find out why.
NSW residents have been warned to brace for yet more heavy rainfall, river rises, flooding and possible landslips as a stubborn low forms over the coast."We know these are quite dangerous systems," Bureau of Meteorology Manager of Hazard Preparedness and Response Jane Golding told media on Friday.
Western Australia's government is promising an understanding approach as a ban on many single-use plastics comes into effect.WA is the first state or territory to ban thick plastic bags and unlidded containers under changes to be enforced from Friday.
A 23-year-old woman is speaking out after she was denied entry to a Brisbane nightclub due to her culturally significant facial tattoo.
Australian high-jumper Eleanor Patterson has leapt to a morale-boosting victory at the Diamond League meet in Stockholm, meaning she can fly with confidence to the world championships.96m to beat Ukrainian rivals Yuliya Levchenko and Iryna Gerashchenko (both 1.
The operating licence for Nyrtar's Port Pirie smelter has been renewed after an improvement in air lead emissions over the past 12 months.The Environment Protection Authority said the licence would be renewed for another year but with increased conditions, including a requirement for the company to update its environment improvement program and improve wastewater emissions.
Defence Minister Richard Marles has vowed Australia will fix patrol vessels sent to Pacific island nations that were found to have potential faults.The Defence Department said it had advised the government of issues involving possible faults in the exhaust system of Guardian-class patrol boats.
An obsessively jealous man who bludgeoned and stabbed his former partner to death must have put her in unimaginable fear, a judge has been told."There was a looming threat if the deceased ever left him she would or might be killed," crown prosector David Scully said on Friday.
Guy Sebastian's former manager who was found guilty of fraudulently embezzling more than $600,000 remains out on bail while the pop star says he feels vindicated by the verdicts.Titus Day, 49, had pleaded not guilty to dozens of charges alleging he embezzled almost $900,000 owed to Sebastian through royalties, performance and ambassador fees.
The driver found his vehicle covered in a bizarre series of furious post-it notes.
The Canadian prime minister was left stuttering after he appeared to forget his Aussie counterpart's name. Source: Channel 9
The federal government is to provide almost $3 million to help restore and enhance 12,400 hectares of mangroves and saltmarsh habitats north of Adelaide.The project aims to restore natural tidal flows thereby improving the ecological health of local ecosystems.
The US must meet its climate change obligations and do more than "shout slogans", China's foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian says following a US Supreme Court ruling limiting Washington's ability to cut power sector emissions.The Supreme Court voted to constrain the authority of the US's Environmental Protection Agency to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from existing coal- and gas-fired power plants under the Clean Air Act, sparking dismay among environmentalists.
Inflation, rising interest rates and other strains on household budgets will not halt South Australia's economic recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report has found.The latest economic briefing from the University of Adelaide's SA Centre for Economic Studies says consumer spending has grown strong over the past 12 months along with an increase in demand for housing.
Voting in Papua New Guinea's national election begins on Monday, with police mounting a major security operation to stop a repeat of violence that saw more than 200 people killed during the island nation's last election five years ago.Voting will take place from July 4 to 22, with ballots airlifted to remote constituencies with assistance from the Australian Defence Force.
Hong Kong has overcome its challenges and "risen from the ashes", China's President Xi Jinping says, arriving in the former British colony to celebrate 25 years since its return to Chinese rule.Xi is to swear in the global financial hub's new leader, John Lee, on Friday during his first visit to the city since 2017, which is also his first known trip outside the mainland in more than two years, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
31-year-old model, Jess Davis, was horrified to find she was "growing a garden" inside her unused car.
South Australia has reported its first case of monkeypox in a man who recently returned from overseas.Chief Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier said the man was in a stable condition and was isolating at home.
Victorians can bank $250 if they shop around for a better energy deal, as the state's default offer rises amid rising expenses and inflation.From Friday, the one-off payment will open to all Victorian households who compare their energy deal through the Victorian Energy Compare website under an expanded state government program.