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PM vows to talk to ACCC about petrol
9 per cent in October as COVID-19 restrictions eased across the country.The figure reported by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Friday followed September's 1.
Antony McManus is only the second contestant to take home the prize in the show's 12 year history. Source: Channel 9 / Millionaire Hot Seat
A marathon conscience debate has ended in a convincing vote for voluntary assisted dying laws in the NSW parliament's lower house.The bill now goes to the upper house for an inquiry and debate in the new year.
Slovakia has gone into a two-week lockdown as the country with one of Europe's lowest vaccination rates reports a critical situation in hospitals and new infections that top global tables.5 million, ordered all but essential shops and services closed and banned people from travelling outside their districts unless going to work, school or a doctor.
The woman made the bold claim after being on hold for almost an hour. Read more here.
Most people who contemplate suicide "don't actually want to die" - they want their "unbearable pain" to be acknowledged and remedied.That's the message from psychiatrist Peggy Brown at Friday's opening of a Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide.
Victoria Police have released images of the area they are searching for missing campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay after a man was charged with their murders. Read more.
French fishermen have blockaded the port of Calais, temporarily preventing two ferries carrying trucks and passengers from entering, in protest against the United Kingdom's failure to issue more licences to fish in British waters.In an effort to disrupt trade, several trawlers manoeuvred to force the DFDS and P&O; ferries to reduce speed and hold outside the port, a major entry point to the continental market for UK goods.
The grandmother of a seven-year-old girl killed when her stepmum fell asleep at the wheel following a drug binge has told a court her life has been "smashed into a million pieces".Amber Allen died in a horror crash when a car driven by Kylie Allely at more than 100 km/h slammed into another vehicle on the wrong side of the road at Yallourn North, about two hours east of Melbourne, in October 2018.
Controversial poker machine reforms in Tasmania have become law but anti-gambling advocates say a once-in-a-generation opportunity to implement greater harm-reduction measures has been missed.Legislation passed through parliament on Thursday that ends a statewide 50-year monopoly held by Federal Group on the gaming machines.
NSW Police say they are 'very happy' with developments in their search for William Tyrrell with discoveries made so far 'cause enough to keep going'.
Ten cases of a new Covid-19 variant feared 'worse' than others have been identified in three countries. The WHO is carefully monitoring the new variant. Read more.
A new parcel facility has been set up by Australia Post in southeast Sydney to keep up with record demand following Black Friday sales and in the lead up to Christmas.The 20,000 square metre facility in Botany is capable of processing more than 100,000 parcels daily, bringing Australia Post's total processing capacity in NSW to almost 1.
www.shutterstock.comBalancing the competing demands of work and care, or “production” and “reproduction”, is traditionally a burden carried by women. As many women could tell you, this often comes at a personal cost. It is not uncommon for women involved in our research to report they forego promotions to accommodate their child caring or elder care responsibilities, or work part-time, and earn less, because full-time jobs are too inflexible. But beyond the personal cost, there is an impact on t
The TikTok user warned women about the unusual activity in her apartment complex.Source: TikTok/ alyssamckayyy
Riot police have fired tear gas to disperse demonstrators in Istanbul protesting violence against women, some chanting "government resign", nearly five months after Turkey withdrew from a treaty on the issue.The group of several thousand, mostly women, marched to the city centre's Taksim Square, blocked off with barriers amid a heavy police presence.
The little boy had a bad rash and was losing his hair. Here's why a trip to the countryside may have caused it.
Indonesian police raided the canine trafficking operation and rescued the dogs hours before being slaughtered for food. Watch the moment the dogs are saved.
Holden's treatment of its dealers as it withdrew from the Australian car market "has done much to damage the General Motors brand" but the company has escaped further action by the nation's consumer watchdog.The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says after a lengthy investigation into Holden's conduct it will not pursue the issue, partly so as not to prejudice private legal action being taken by some dealers.
Police believe the woman tried to intervene in a fight when her dogs fatally turned on her.