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Former Rebels bikie James Crane, who's allegedly linked to the bashing murder of a man at a NSW Central Coast service station, has been granted bail.Justice Peter Hamill said in the NSW Supreme Court on Wednesday that Crane's ongoing detention was not justified, given the multiple and substantial delays of his trial.
Ms Caddick went missing from her Dover Heights home in Sydney's east in November 2020, a day after ASIC executed a search warrant for her mansion.The 49-year-old was reported missing two days later by her husband.On February 21, a group of people camping discovered a running shoe containing human remains while walking along Bournda Beach, on the NSW south coast.
COVID-19 Minister Chris Hipkins has drastically upped case estimates for New Zealand's Delta outbreak, saying daily counts could reach the "high hundreds".On Wednesday, health officials reported 60 community cases, down from Tuesday's 94 which was the country's highest daily number of the pandemic.
AP Photo/Mark SchiefelbeinReview: Home Truths: A Memoir by David Williamson (HarperCollins) Is playwright David Williamson a “Bad Art Friend”? The ethical questions raised by the viral New York Times article about two writers’ friendship, which imploded when one used the other’s kidney donation as inspiration for a short story without permission, reverberate through his memoir, Home Truths. In fact, the tale could be a Williamson play. Throughout Home Truths, Williamson reflects on taking creati
Debate has ramped up about whether politicians should be able to blast unsolicited text messages ahead of the election, after a new bill was introduced to parliament on Wednesday.South Australian Centre Alliance senator Stirling Griff's proposed legislation would force political parties to offer an unsubscribe function to unsolicited messages.
Potential changes have been flagged for Afghan nationals who were evacuated to Australia following the Taliban takeover.Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has foreshadowed the possibility of an extension to thousands of visa holders in Australia who were flown to safety after the fall of the Afghan government.
Major economies will produce more than double the amount of coal, oil and gas in 2030 than is consistent with meeting climate goals set in the 2015 Paris accord to curb global warming, the United Nations and researchers say.The UN Environment Program's (UNEP) annual production gap report measures the difference between governments' planned production of fossil fuels and production levels which are consistent with meeting the temperature limits set in Paris.
A young man who died on a boating trip with two friends off northwest Tasmania has been remembered for his beautiful heart and love of fishing.Isaiah Dixon's body was formally identified by police on Thursday, a day after it was found washed ashore about 200m away from the body of friend Bree-Anna Thomas.
A Victorian man who was "out of his mind" when he allegedly stabbed to death a Somalian community leader sent to help him will stand trial for murder.Luqman Abdishakur Ahmed, 30, has been accused of murdering Mohamed Farah with a kitchen knife at a North Melbourne apartment in January.
Australia's prospects of locking in a target for net zero emissions by 2050 are firming as the Nationals outline their key demands to the prime minister.Nationals members met on Thursday evening ahead of presenting to Scott Morrison the conditions required to secure the junior coalition partner's backing.
Jacinda Ardern and partner Clarke Gayford visit a pop-up vaccination clinic on 'Super Saturday'. Hagen Hopkins/Getty ImagesNew Zealand’s mass vaccination event last Saturday, when more than 130,000 people turned up to get their first or second dose, surpassed Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s expectations. Super Saturday and a televised “vaxathon” were part of the government’s push towards a 90% vaccination goal. About 85% of New Zealanders have now had their first dose, and 65% of the population