Search for missing man in flooded Forbes
Search for missing man in flooded Forbes
The US military said it killed a leader of the Islamist militant al Shabaab group with an air strike in Somalia over the weekend, while the insurgents claimed responsibility for a new attack.Somalia's government said the leader was one of the co-founders of the al-Qaeda linked movement that has killed tens of thousands of people in bombings since 2006.
Dozens of others have now spoken out against the brand. Find out more.
A driver's parking job at an IGA has sparked a debate among locals. See why.
Two men who died in a helicopter crash in the Western Australian wheatbelt had been participating in a club event in a private aircraft.The two-seat Robinson R22 helicopter went down near the Cowcowing Lakes at Booralaming on Sunday, killing the men aged in their 50s and 70s.
The punch caused bleeding on the brain and he was rushed into emergency surgery. Find out more.
A farmer who discovered the snake was terrified by the reptile's bulging stomach. Find out more.
A city council has told the Sydney boy to close up shop after receiving complaints from locals. Read more.
A court appeal against a landmark legal victory by traditional owners halting drilling at a massive Northern Territory gas project is likely to be heard next month.The Federal Court on Monday granted the expedited hearing after the same court last month found the offshore gas regulator shouldn't have approved environmental plans to drill in the Barossa gas field, 265km northwest of Darwin.
The New Zealand opposition has taken a leaf out of an Australian playbook, brewing a storm over tax ahead of the next election.However, the National party denies concocting misleading campaigns as it attempts to unseat Jacinda Ardern's Labour government.
Four families including 3 young children came to Byron Bay for a wedding to find that their Airbnb in Suffolk Park was empty and in the process of being renovated. Credit: TikTok/@reneescbfs
The girl began screaming for help as she barely held on for dear life. Find out what happened.
Aussies have been left empty-handed after booking cheap flights that have now been cancelled.
A national anti-corruption commission could hold virtually all of its hearings behind closed doors if a bold proposal is adopted.The Liberal-National coalition will push for further safeguards to prevent public hearings under the proposed anti-corruption watchdog.
National cabinet's call to scrap the compulsory isolation period for people with COVID-19 is "100 per cent the right decision", NSW's premier says.Dominic Perrottet has brushed off criticism from the Australian Medical Association after state and territory leaders unanimously decided those testing positive to COVID-19 will no longer be required to isolate for five days from October 14.
The death toll from Hurricane Ian has climbed past 80 as embattled residents in Florida and the Carolinas faced a recovery expected to cost tens of billions of dollars, and some officials faced criticism over their response to the storm.The death toll was expected to keep rising as floodwaters receded on Sunday and search teams pushed farther into areas initially cut off from the outside world.
The remains of about 64 Indigenous New Zealanders stolen in the 19th century have been sent back to New Zealand from Austria after more than 70 years of negotiations.Hundreds of people gathered for a ceremony at the country's national museum, Te Papa, in Wellington, to witness a procession as the remains were carried in white boxes, placed on a stage and covered with straw blankets and fur.
Shaun Johnson's international career is nearing its end, with the experienced playmaker overlooked for Michael Maguire's Rugby League World Cup squad.The 32-year-old's Test future was on shaky ground when he was not included in the side that played Tonga earlier this year and his form with the Warriors has cost him a seat on the plane.
A buck's party has ended in tragedy after a man allegedly crashed his car while drink driving. Find out what happened.
Iran's supreme leader gave his full backing to security forces confronting protests ignited by the death of Mahsa Amini in custody, comments that could herald a harsher crackdown to quell unrest more than two weeks since she died.In his first remarks addressing the 22-year-old woman's death after her arrest by morality police over "inappropriate attire", Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said her death "deeply broke my heart" and called it a "bitter incident" provoked by Iran's enemies.
The furious customer was slammed for his behaviour while others were on his side. Find out why he was so angry.