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A jealous western Sydney man had two reasons for plunging a knife into his partner's friend in her mother's home, a murder trial was told.Jay Lupton was fed up with "junkies and drama" circulating about the Lethbridge Park house, crown prosecutor Gareth Harrison told the NSW Supreme Court jury in his opening address on Monday.
Recovered alcoholic and Sober in the Country founder Shanna Whan is Australia's Local Hero for 2022.The 47-year-old from the northern NSW regional centre of Narrabri nearly died from her addiction in 2015 before getting sober and focusing on supporting others.
Surf Life Savers came to the rescue after the swimmers noticed the large shark just metres away. See the video.
Millions of people in the central Asian countries Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan have been left without electricity after a major technical outage.The Kazakh Energy Ministry said an important cable was broken, which has led to outages in the economic hub of Almaty as well as across Kyrgyzstan and several regions of neighbouring Uzbekistan.
Long-serving St John Ambulance volunteer Valmai Dempsey is the 2022 Senior Australian of the Year.The ACT woman has been recognised for her efforts responding to the Black Summer bushfires and COVID-19 pandemic.
Anthony Albanese believes Labor can end Australia's long-running climate policy wars should the opposition win the federal election.He used an address to the National Press Club to spruik Labor's climate policy centred on a legislated 43 per cent emissions cut this decade.
Dylan Alcott grew up hating his disability. Now, he believes it's the best thing that's ever happened to him.
Lottery officials are faced with a rare occurrence after two winners shared Tuesday's Division One prize. Find out more.
Concerns are growing that people needing mental health support are not reaching out for help amid the COVID-19 Omicron wave, as hospital presentation rates fall.A similar effect was observed at the start of the pandemic two years ago, NSW chief psychiatrist Murray Wright said on Tuesday.
A Victorian mum was shocked when she was asked a bizarre question during a routine check after her 10-year-old son tested positive for Covid-19. Find out what she was asked.
It's 'so we can all be safer,' Coles Group's David Brewster says.
Rod Sims, Australia's competition boss, describes himself as rather "dull" - a descriptor that might surprise his many adversaries.The longest-ever serving chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is due to step down in March after a long tenure marked by regulatory battles with some of the world's biggest companies.
An Iranian court has convicted French citizen Benjamin Briere of espionage, sentencing him to eight years and eight months in prison, Briere's lawyer says, describing the ruling as the result of a biased highly politicised judicial process.Briere, 36, has been held in Iran since May 2020, when he was arrested after flying a helicam - a remote-controlled mini helicopter used to obtain aerial or motion images - in the desert near the Turkmenistan-Iran border.
The heated words were muttered under the US president's breath, but were picked up by his microphone. See what he said.
IMDBContemporary Bollywood films tend to focus on stories of the Indian underdog emerging triumphant after facing adversity or a threat from an “outsider”: the triumph of the charismatic masculine Hinduised hero who fulfils his duty, saves the nation and reclaims India’s lost pride. This isn’t a new phenomenon. Bollywood’s formula of promoting nationalist rhetoric via glorification of past heroes or events can be traced back to the early years of the Marathi theatre. In the 19th century, Marathi
Monthly vitamin D supplements won't increase life expectancy for older Australians, a study has found.However, results from the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute's landmark trial indicates large monthly vitamin D doses may slightly increase the risk of dying from cancer.
In the city, pigeons can be dismissed as "rats of the sky". In outback Australia, they're a rare and beautiful sight.
The popular tourist spot has led the state's Covid count, but experts believe it will be the first region to peak. Find out more.
Double-vaccinated travellers will no longer need to take a coronavirus test when arriving in the UK as the policy has "outlived its usefulness", the transport secretary has said.Grant Shapps said post-arrival lateral flow tests will no longer be required as restrictions were "firmly placed in the past".