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Natalia Cano, 20, says food and beverages now smell like "rotting flesh". Watch her tearful TikTok video here.
A man has been shot in the hand after allegedly pulling a gun on police south of Brisbane.The 56-year-old has been taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries under police guard.
South Australian authorities remain "cautiously optimistic" the state's borders can remain open despite ongoing concern with the new Omicron COVID-19 variant, Police Commissioner Grant Stevens says.The state's transition committee met on Tuesday and Mr Stevens says it is still waiting on more information related to the impact of the new strain.
The Northern Territory is set to join the global aircraft manufacturing industry as a military classic is revived for the modern export market.An updated version of the Albatross G-111 - an amphibious plane that can take off and touch down on land, snow, ice and water - will be built in Darwin.
Donald Trump's former chief of staff Mark Meadows could become the third person to face a criminal contempt charge for refusing to cooperate with the US House of Representatives panel probing the deadly January 6 attack on the Capitol, the committee has warned.Representative Bennie Thompson, chairman of the House of Representatives Select Committee, said in a letter to Meadows' lawyer, George Terwilliger, that Meadows - a former House member - had failed to cooperate with the panel.
It's been dubbed 'the most dangerous election tactic in Australian history'. But could it work for the Scott Morrison government?
Firefighters have had to use a grinder to free two girls stuck in a shopping trolley in South Australia. Source: @dani.harmer / TikTok
ShutterstockCarbon capture and storage (CCS) has been touted, again and again, as one of the critical technologies that could help Australia reach its climate targets, and features heavily in the federal government’s plan for net-zero emissions by 2050. CCS is generally when emissions are captured at the source, such as from a coal-fired power station, trucked to a remote location and stored underground. But critics say investing in CCS means betting on technology that’s not yet proven to work a
ShutterstockMost Australians are counting down to a festive season with newfound freedom surrounded by family and friends. Meanwhile, front-line health workers are bracing for a potential summer surge in COVID cases and hospitalisations. They’re also concerned about the potential impact of the new Omicron variant. A summer surge would put even more pressure on health workers who, as our research shows, are already experiencing high levels of distress. While the bulk of the responsibility for add
A South Australian woman convicted of taking steps to join terror group Islamic State has learnt a "very salutary lesson" after spending time in jail and almost two years under a strict control order, the Federal Court has been told.In a hearing on Tuesday, counsel Dominic Agresta said any ongoing risk posed by Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif was low and any manifestation of that risk, such as relapsing and viewing extremist material online, was equally low.
The dog didn't seem to listen, then they realised their chihuahua was more of a Chico than a Max. Find out how they made the bizarre discovery.
The number of Americans fully vaccinated against COVID-19 has reached 200 million amid a dispiriting holiday-season spike in cases and hospitalisations.New cases in the US climbed from an average of nearly 95,000 a day on November 22 to almost 119,000 a day this week, and hospitalisations are up 25 per cent from a month ago.
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has tested positive for Covid-19 while in Washington DC. Find out more.
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin has apologised to the public after a photo surfaced of her in a nightclub following the foreign minister testing positive for COVID-19. I should have considered the situation more carefully," Marin said in a television interview by public broadcaster Yle on Wednesday night.
Imagine that in 2023, in the fourth year of a pandemic that has exacerbated tensions and damaged the economy, after months of wrangling over internal borders and a sharp rise in the prestige of state premiers vis-à-vis the prime minister, the premiers of New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia meet secretly and declare that the Commonwealth of Australia has effectively ceased to exist and the states will henceforth be independent nations. (Western Australia, let us imagine, has already pro
A $750 million hydrogen production plant is planned for Port Pirie in South Australia's mid-north with the facility to be integrated with the existing Nyrstar smelter.The state government and commodity trading group Trafigura have committed $2.
New Zealand's summer of COVID-enforced cancellations now extends to its national day, leaving Jacinda Ardern's promised "classic Kiwi summer" looking increasingly unlikely.The Waitangi Treaty Grounds will not host Waitangi Day commemorations on February 6 next year, instead opting for virtual events.
Australia could be in for a monster mozzie season but experts say there's plenty people can do to limit the spread of invasive species that carry nasty diseases.The La Nina weather pattern has already caused floods in parts of Queensland and NSW in recent weeks and the Bureau of Meteorology says much of the country will likely have a wetter than average summer.
Soldiers have reportedly burnt alive 11 villagers including six teenagers in northwestern Myanmar, according to eyewitnesses and local media reports.Images of the burned bodies with hands tied behind their backs were seen amongst the smoke in videos and photos which went viral on social media on Wednesday.
The Liberal Party hasn't done a great job encouraging women to throw their hat in the political ring, NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet admits.He wants more women to enter state politics, and has also taken aim at the federal government's "slow" approach to the issue.