Sydney housing market hurts McGrath
Sydney housing market hurts McGrath
Gracie Piscopo had remained quiet since the father of her young son, Andre Zachary Rebelo, 26, was charged with killing his mum. See what she has now had to say.
Neil Brooks is set to learn next year whether multimillion-dollar business fraud charges levelled against the Olympic swimming champ and his wife will be dropped.It is alleged they made dishonest representations to induce Glenn Melcheck and his wife to pay $2 million and buy 50 per cent of the Brooks' sports merchandise company before it failed months later in 2008.
Everyday discrimination could make up as much of half the burden of psychological distress among Indigenous people.In one of the first studies of its kind, Australian National University researchers have found 30 per cent of Indigenous adults experience high levels of psychological distress compared to 13 per cent of non-Indigenous adults.
A secret report on raising the age of criminal responsibility will be publicly released after a meeting between Australia's attorneys-general.Federal Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus on Friday met his state and territory counterparts to discuss Australia's justice system, including reforms about the age of criminal responsibility.
The disability pensioner says she doesn't know what to do with the truckload of garden waste blocking her driveway. Find out what happened.
A local doctor wheeled out by NSW Labor to run in a key Sydney seat has withdrawn his candidacy.Ryde doctor Francisco Valencia was until Thursday Labor's candidate for the state electorate of Ryde in the upcoming NSW election.
Flood-affected tourism operators along the Murray River are open for business and want to spread the word to holiday-makers.At Echuca on the Victorian-NSW border, Campaspe Lodge owner David Connally said businesses were facing cancellations and trepidation from tourists.
Austin Facer's mother remembers him as a "joyful little boy who loved life".NSW deputy state coroner Elizabeth Ryan said his family may now spend years wondering whether that life could have been saved.
Welfare officers at Tasmania Police lacked knowledge and understanding about post-traumatic stress disorder, the former partner of a sergeant who took his own life has told an inquest.The death of much-loved Sergeant Robert Cooke, 49, in 2020 is one of four police officer suicides being examined by the inquest.
Russian forces are pressing forward with air and ground attacks on several settlements in eastern Ukraine, a day after Russian President Vladimir Putin celebrated seizing territory during the nine-month war.Near the city of Lysychansk, Russia deployed more troops to try to capture the village of Bilohorivka, Ukraine's governor of the region said, while a commander in another heavily fought-over settlement described an intensifying Russian air offensive.
George "Johnny" Johnson, the last known survivor of Britain's World War II "Dambusters" bombing raid on German infrastructure, has died at the age of 101.The PA news agency said Johnson died peacefully at a care home in the Bristol area of southwest England on Wednesday night.
Nathan Cowley/PexelsFlexi schools cater to young people who have been pushed out of mainstream schools. Some students may have been expelled or struggled to fit in. Some may have been bullied or have learning needs the mainstream system could not meet. Flexi schools give students a second (and sometimes a third, fourth or fifth) chance to stay or become engaged with schooling. Demand for flexi schools has been increasing, but we still have little information about the quality of schooling young
An environmental group has started legal action in a bid to stop the expansion of a coal mine that produces 10.The expansion, approved by the NSW Independent Planning Commission (IPC) in September, would make the Mount Pleasant operation the biggest open-cut coal mine in the state, with an annual production capacity of 21 million tonnes.
A Melbourne family living in Oakleigh South are outraged by the decision to build a bus stop directly in front of their house, which they are saying is a safety hazard. Source: A Current Affair/Channel 9
Nepal is facing fresh political uncertainty after a vote count of the general elections held last month delivered a hung parliament, leaving the ruling alliance led by Nepali Congress two seats short of a majority.Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba's NC emerged as the largest party with 89 out of a total of 275 seats in the federal parliament while the main opposition Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) came a close second with 78 seats, Election Commission figures showed on Wedne
The driver quickly changes lane to avoid hitting the child. Credit: Reddit
The rise in COVID-19 cases is slowing nationally as NSW eyes a peak in its infections on the horizon.States and territories reported a total of 111,449 new cases on Friday, a six-per-cent rise on last week's figure but well down on the 15-per-cent jump the week earlier.
A disability pensioner living in Werrington County, Sydney claims a tree looper dumped a truck-load of mulch on her driveway, which she recorded him doing.
The local bourse has suffered a day of losses amid fears about the economic outlook and even nuclear war, with oil prices plunging on concerns of reduced demand even as China relaxed COVID-19 restrictions.The benchmark S&P;/ASX200 index finished Thursday down 53.
Authorities have warned West Australian employers to immediately report workplace incidents after a young labourer had to have seven fingers amputated.PT Supplies Group was fined $220,000 in the Perth Magistrates Court this week after pleading guilty to failing to provide a safe environment for the worker, whose hands were caught in forklift chains in February 2018.