Toby Keith reveals stomach cancer diagnosis
Toby Keith reveals stomach cancer diagnosis
Peter Overton explained his slightly altered appearance was caused by a burst blood vessel.
Members of the Group of Seven wealthy nations have announced a ban on imports of Russian gold as the G7 summit in the Bavarian Alps begins under the shadow of the war in Ukraine and consequences ranging from energy shortages to a food crisis.The move by Britain, the United States, Japan and Canada is part of efforts to tighten the sanctions squeeze on Moscow and cut off its means of financing the invasion of Ukraine more than four months into a conflict Russian President Vladimir Putin calls a s
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says Ukraine will win back all the cities it has lost to Russia, including Sievierodonetsk, and admits the war is becoming tough to handle emotionally.In a late-night video address, he also said Ukraine had been hit by 45 Russian missiles and rockets in the previous 24 hours, which he described as a cynical but doomed attempt to break his people's spirits.
A man is in a life-threatening condition and a house has been destroyed after a suspected gas explosion in the UK city of Birmingham.Police were called just after 8.
Group of Seven leaders have pledged to raise $US600 billion ($A864 billion) in private and public funds over five years to finance infrastructure in developing countries and counter China's multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road project.US President Joe Biden and other G7 leaders relaunched the newly renamed "Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment", at their annual gathering being held this year at Schloss Elmau in southern Germany.
Five Australian men including current world No.2 Jack Robinson remain in the hunt at the World Surf League Rio Pro with a second lay day called on Sunday.
A retired AFL star accused of trafficking drugs valued at $230,000 should be bailed so he can address his escalating drug addiction, his lawyer says.Sam Fisher, 39, applied for bail in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday after he was last month charged under a joint investigation between West Australian and Victorian detectives.
Australia's new environment minister has proclaimed her ambitions to show global leadership on ocean conservation but Tanya Plibersek this week gets her first chance to walk the talk.Heads of state and environment ministers from around the world are meeting in the Portuguese capital Lisbon to work out how to save the ocean from the ravages of climate change, pollution, overfishing and development.
An Australian Muslim rights group is pursuing Twitter in Queensland claiming the platform is responsible as a publisher for vilifying Muslims.The Australian Muslim Advocacy Network has lodged the complaint against Twitter's global and Australian companies at the Queensland Human Rights Commission under Section 124(A) of the state's discrimination act.
An x-ray of the traveller's stomach showed 151 lumps inside his body. Read more.
Treasurer Jim Chalmers says a planned review of operations of the Reserve Bank of Australia is not about taking pot-shots at governor Philip Lowe but to ensure monetary policy settings are right.Dr Chalmers will soon release the terms of the review, an inquiry that was backed by former treasurer Josh Frydenberg before the May election.
NSW police are marking what would have been the 11th birthday of William Tyrrell, as the force continues to attempt to crack the case of the missing boy.William was three when he disappeared from his foster grandmother's home in Kendall, on the NSW mid north Coast in September 2014.
Peter Overton assured viewers 'all is ok' after explaining why his right eye might not be 'looking its best'. Find out why.
Pubs and clubs across Australia are letting patrons to buy now, pay later when it comes to alcohol, and experts are concerned the shift could lead to "financial hangovers".Researchers at Victoria's Deakin University are investigating whether the schemes are leaving customers worse off than when they pay with other methods like credit cards.
A former top-ranking NSW public servant has been named to helm a departmental probe into the controversial appointment of John Barilaro as the state's US trade commissioner.The former NSW Nationals leader has been blocked from starting the $500,000 a year post he created as trade minister until a parliamentary inquiry examines the circumstances of the appointment, with its first hearing on Wednesday.
The Sydney Harbour tunnel was closed during morning peak hour causing heavy delays in the area. Find out more.
Keith Birmingham/AAPIn a post-Roe world, 26 US states are certain or likely to ban abortion and one quarter of abortion clinics are predicted to close. Indeed, many closed the day Roe was overruled. With increasing ferocity over the past 15 years, abortion access in the US has been gradually eroded since the 1973 landmark Supreme Court ruling on Roe v Wade, through measures including the banning of federal funding for abortion, and state laws that enforce mandatory counselling and stringent lice
Part of the wooden stands collapsed during a bullfight in central Colombia, sending spectators plunging to the ground and killing at least four people and injuring hundreds, authorities say.The disaster happened on Sunday in a stadium in the city of El Espinal in Tolima state during a traditional event called "corraleja" in which members of the public enter the ring to engage the bulls.
The journalist behind The Teacher's Pet podcast has told a court he wanted justice for Lynette Dawson, believing she had been killed by her husband in January 1982.Giving evidence in the murder trial of Christopher Michael Dawson on Monday, The Australian's Hedley Thomas said he had produced the 2018 podcast to help Mrs Dawson's family seek justice for their daughter and sister who had vanished with no explanation.
Star Entertainment's argument that a Chinese credit card scheme used at the gambling giant's Sydney casino did not elevate money laundering risks is "difficult to reconcile", an inquiry into The Star Sydney has been told.The long-running NSW gaming regulator inquiry is looking at whether the Sydney gaming facility is fit to hold a casino licence after media claims of organised crime, fraud and foreign interference at the venue.