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"This is an appalling attack on two women, who lost their lives in a planned murder and assassination really, that's happened in a public street," a NSW detective said.
Two other people in the vehicle at the time of the murders were left unharmed, police said.
Cash-strapped Australians filling up at the fuel pump paid an extra $5 a week over the course of the past three months, according to new figures.The Australian Automobile Association's latest Transport Affordability Index, released on Sunday, shows average weekly fuel costs across the nation rose to $100.
Energy Minister Chris Bowen says a new emissions reduction objective for the country's national energy measure will make a "material difference" to how the market operates.The objective was added following a meeting of Mr Bowen with state and territory counterparts on Friday.
CCTV has captured the moment the unwitting woman was fatally knocked over by the zipline equipment.
Biodiversity experts have revealed several genetically distinct populations of one of Australia's most tasty and sought-after table fish, the pink snapper.Once abundant from the warmer waters off Western Australia's Pilbara region to the cooler realms of the Great Australian Bight, Chrysophrys auratus has more recently been a focus of catch reductions to preserve numbers.
Two Woolies shoppers have blasted the chain over its excessive use of plastic. Here's how the retailer has responded.
Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-NDAustralia’s top economists are divided about how to tackle ballooning inflation of 6.1% that’s forecast to climb to a three-decade high of 7.75% by the end of the year. Three of the 48 leading economists surveyed by the Economic Society of Australia and The Conversation say Australia should be able to tolerate an inflation rate of 8% or higher. Seven expect inflation to fall back to an acceptable level without the need for any further action other than Rese
Canberra Airport has resumed normal operations and a man is in custody after a shooting incident inside the terminal prompted its evacuation.A man was arrested at the airport after firing as many as five shots inside, some leaving bullet holes in airport windows, just after 1.
A strong explosion tore through a popular market in Armenia's capital, killing at least one person, injuring 36 others and setting off a large fire.The early afternoon blast from a fireworks storage area at Surmalu market in Yerevan on Sunday sent a towering column of smoke over the centre of the capital.
Victorian nurses, age care workers and paramedics would be able to travel on public transport across the state for free under a new election promise.The Liberals and Nationals are pledging to provide unlimited free public transport for all Victorian nurses, personal and aged care workers, allied health workers, paramedics and some other hospital workers if they win the November 26 poll.
Her raunchy content was viewed millions of times before her brutal murder.
With the US tearing itself apart, old comments Donald Trump made about new weapons technology have come back into the spotlight.
A restaurant's sweet move for a pregnant Canberra woman ended up being a "turning point" following a rough few weeks.
An Adelaide grocer has made Aldi the butt of the joke in his latest take down of major supermarkets.
A lawyer for former US president Donald Trump signed a statement in June that said all classified material held in boxes at Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence had been returned to the government, the New York Times reports.The statement was signed after Jay Bratt, a top national security official in the US Department of Justice, visited Trump's South Florida beach club on June 3, the newspaper reported on Saturday.
A restaurant on North Stradbroke Island is struggling to find a new chef - but the perks should surely be enough to win someone over.
Spending on Father's Day gifts has slumped as the rising cost of living sees Aussie consumers rein in purchases for dads across the country.Australians are set to spend $735 million on Father's Day gifts this year, down 7.
The Australian company profits season will ramp up this week, with multiple firms in the retail, construction and resources spaces due to post their results.Most eyes will be on the retail sector for signals on how consumer spending is tracking given the rising cost of living.
Salman Rushdie suffered severe, life-changing injuries but his "usual feisty and defiant sense of humour remains intact, his family has said.The author, 75, has a damaged liver and severed nerves in an arm and an eye after he was stabbed at a lecture in New York on Friday.