Former England international to join Sir Keir Starmer at Labour Party conference
Roger Federer has ruled out taking on a role as one of tennis lawmakers in retirement and has no immediate plans to replace Bjorn Borg as Europe’s Laver Cup captain. Federer was unable to have a winning end to his illustrious career, being defeated in the doubles with Rafael Nadal on Friday before being on the losing end in the Laver Cup overall for the first time to Team World. Borg has a contract to lead the European team in the Laver Cup until next year and Federer ruled out replacing him in that role at the next event in Vancouver in 2023.
A woman killed and skinned a husky, thinking it was a baby wolf, infuriating people on social media. WARNING - DISTURBING CONTENT.
An Australian woman spotted a huge spider hiding under the toilet seat, leaving her absolutely terrified.
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A young dad and aspiring artist described as 'the most talented and warm hearted boy' fell five floors to his death on the weekend. Find out more.
Long-serving Qantas executive Stephanie Tully has been tasked with leading budget airline Jetstar through ongoing turbulence for the industry.Ms Tully, who is chief customer officer for Australia's national carrier, will take over from Gareth Evans in November.
Hundreds of thousands of people in Atlantic Canada remain without power as officials recover the body of a woman swept into the sea after former Hurricane Fiona washed away houses, stripped off roofs and blocked roads across the country's Atlantic provinces.After surging north from the Caribbean, Fiona came ashore before dawn on Saturday as a post-tropical cyclone, battering Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Quebec with hurricane-strength winds, rains and waves.
More than one million families could soon receive cheaper child care under proposed changes aimed at getting women back into the workforce.Education Minister Jason Clare outlined the discounts in legislation introduced to parliament on Tuesday.
Greens senator Mehreen Faruqi has referred a tweet from One Nation leader Pauline Hanson to the Australian Human Rights Commission.Senator Hanson used expletives on Twitter in reply to Senator Faruqi's recent criticism of the British monarchy, telling the Pakistan-born Australian to go back to her country.
Australia's largest publicly owned wind farm will be built in Queensland, with Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk pouring $766 million into the project as she seeks to reboot the state's energy policy.The project in the South Burnett, northwest of Brisbane, will include up to 150 turbines and potentially generate enough electricity to power 230,000 homes.
The long-time boss of Victoria's ambulance service is stepping down at the end of the year as he continues to recover from bowel cancer.Ambulance Victoria staff were informed chief executive Tony Walker would depart on December 23 after eight years in the role, in an email on Monday.
Star Entertainment acting chief executive Geoff Hogg has resigned after a review finding the company unfit to hold a NSW casino license.A final departure date has yet to be determined, Star told the ASX on Monday.
A NASA spacecraft with specialist guidance from Australian tracking systems has crashed into a deep space asteroid in a dress rehearsal for the day a killer rock slams into Earth.The multimillion-dollar rocket collided head-on with an asteroid the size of the Great Pyramid of Giza around 9.
A former journalist accused of threatening a mental health nurse and warning he would unleash pandemonium on the street after asking about shooting lessons has successfully applied for bail.James Michael Waugh will be released from custody, but is to receive mental health treatment as an inpatient in Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital.
An 'unacceptable' letter left by a Sydney neighbour about children making noise has generated mixed opinions. Find out what happened.
The New Zealand government has expanded sanctions on key Russians, but cannot provide further military assistance as it has nothing Ukraine wants.Defence Minister Peeni Henare said New Zealand stood ready to provide further lethal aid if Ukraine's needs matched its stockpiles.
A total of 41 people have been killed since the start of protests triggered by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody, Iranian broadcaster IRIB reports.There was no official confirmation of the figure.
A former racehorse trainer accused of stabbing two people in Melbourne may be mentally impaired or unfit to plead or stand trial.Thomas Hughes, 56, is in custody after allegedly stabbing two people in Ascot Vale on August 8.