Turkey mourns 95 dead in twin bomb blast
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Turkey mourns 95 dead in twin bomb blast
There has now been 93 deaths reported in just the past 72 hours in NSW. Find out more from the latest Covid data.
An Australian firm has announced a partnership with a global leader in encryption technology to roll out the nation's first sovereign quantum encryption service.AUCloud is one of a handful of companies trusted by governments worldwide to host secure sovereign cloud services.
Woolies has shared reusable bag tips that customers say will make shopping a whole lot easier. Find out how.
A 'code brown' COVID-19 emergency response is not being considered for NSW hospitals, despite calls for relief for health workers in the state.Premier Dominic Perrottet said healthcare teams are under stress but he is confident they are "pushing through this final wave" of cases.
A man accused of stealing 42,000 rapid antigen tests and boxes of face masks has received bail in Sydney after turning himself in following a police raid on storage units in the city's south.The supplies, worth at least $500,000, were uncovered in two Rosebery storage units on Wednesday afternoon about 24 hours after going missing from a Botany freight depot.
Police searched the Corowa home around 10pm on Wednesday after concerns were raised about the child's welfare. Find out more.
A large spider frightens Macca's customers as they order food at their local drive-thru.
More than 70 theatres, museums and concert halls in the Netherlands have opened their doors in light-hearted defiance of the country's anti-coronavirus regulations, repurposing each venue to highlight the inconsistency of the rules.Some stages were transformed into hairdressing salons while others became yoga studios for the day in a protest action called Hair Salon Theatre, the brainchild of the well-known Dutch actor and cabaret artist Diederik Ebbinge.
The federal health department has categorically denied claims the Commonwealth was requisitioning rapid antigen tests from businesses.It comes as Health Minister Greg Hunt revealed he had asked the consumer watchdog to investigate claims made by businesses of testing kits being seized.
A nurse in Italy was caught giving out fake Covid-19 vaccinations after police set up a hidden camera. See the footage the police shared.
The secrets of a wrecked Japanese submarine destroyed during a dramatic battle with the Royal Australian Navy off the Northern Territory coast 80 years ago can now be explored from the comfort of your living room.The virtual reality experience has been launched to mark the anniversary of the sinking of the I-124 on January 20, 1942, one month before the Japanese bombed Darwin.
A man will front court on Thursday over the allegedly stolen batch. Find out more.
French actor Gaspard Ulliel, known for appearing in Chanel perfume ads as well as film and television roles, has died after a skiing accident in the Alps, according to his agent's office.He portrayed the young Hannibal Lecter in 2007's Hannibal Rising and fashion mogul Yves Saint Laurent in the 2014 biopic Saint Laurent.
Suicides by Victorian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people rose by 75 per cent in 2021.In a new report released on Thursday, the Coroners Court of Victoria revealed 35 deaths by suicide in 2021, compared to 20 the year before.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the government is mindful of 1400 Australians in Ukraine as 100,000 Russian troops on the border and threaten the peace in eastern Europe.The prime minister said the government was following the matter closely as Australia reaffirmed its commitment to Ukraine's sovereignty through multiple diplomatic channels over the past two days.
The first two oral treatments for COVID-19 have been approved for use in Australia by the country's medical regulator.The Therapeutic Goods Administration has granted provisional approval to the Pfizer-made Paxlovid, along with Lagevrio, made by pharmaceutical company Merck Sharp and Dohme.
West Australian Premier Mark McGowan has broken his promise to reopen the state's borders next month, claiming it would be "reckless and irresponsible" to do so given the surge in Omicron COVID-19 cases across the country.Mr McGowan announced the extraordinary backflip during a late-night press conference on Thursday, saying the state's hard borders will remain in place indefinitely.
Jacinda Ardern will need to make one of the crunch decisions of her prime ministership this month; whether to stick or twist on New Zealand's border plans.And she has fresh advice from public health experts, urging her to avoid a winter outbreak peak which would severely test New Zealand's health system.
North Korea would bolster its defences against the United States and consider restarting "all temporally-suspended activities," an apparent reference to a self-imposed moratorium on testing its nuclear weapons and long-range missiles.Tension has been rising over a recent series of North Korean missile tests.
Jacinda Ardern has pledged rapid antigen tests will be free, warning New Zealanders to brace themselves for new daily COVID-19 case records when Omicron runs loose in the community.After a summer free of the ultra-transmissible variant, health authorities fear an outbreak may be around the corner.