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CCTV has captured the moment the unwitting woman was fatally knocked over by the zipline equipment.
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.
Hawthorn Football Club has been accused of unlawful discrimination by an ex-employee, who claims she was forced to resign due to alleged misconduct.Sophia Salmon-Abbott recently began legal proceedings against the Victorian AFL club, claiming she was isolated and demoted last year due to her mental health struggles.
Two Woolies shoppers have blasted the chain over its excessive use of plastic. Here's how the retailer has responded.
Aged care workers are sceptical the federal government's ambitious planned reforms to the sector can be achieved, a survey shows.About half of the 1100 workers canvassed shortly after the May federal election said they planned to leave the sector within the next three years, according to the report published on Monday.
A NZ tourist's huge medical bill has proven a timely reminder to Aussie tourists heading overseas.
Just 12 days after Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan, the US lawmakers have landed in Taiwan despite repeated warnings from China.
A pleasant day out by a babbling river turned into a sudden fight for survival as disaster struck. Watch the video.
Two other people in the vehicle at the time of the murders were left unharmed, police said.
An Adelaide grocer has made Aldi the butt of the joke in his latest take down of major supermarkets.
The last of Victoria's coal-fired power plants would be shut within the next decade if the Greens have their way, with experts saying the deadline may be feasible.A bill is expected to be introduced to state parliament on Tuesday, proposing Victoria's three remaining coal plants close by 2030, ahead of the current anticipated 2046 time frame.
Two women, including a mother of two, have been shot dead in a targeted and appalling public shooting in suburban Sydney, detectives say.Police have vowed to solve the double murder, after the women, aged 39 and 48, were killed when a hail of bullets was fired at their vehicle in Panania on Saturday night.
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.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is convening a special caucus meeting to decide on the future of a rogue MP who has attacked senior Labour figures, suggesting widespread bullying in the party.Late last week, Gaurav Sharma, Labour's Hamilton West MP, went public with bombshell allegations of bullying and wrongdoing by the Parliamentary Service.
Montenegro has declared three days of national mourning after 10 people, including two children, were killed in a daylight attack by a gunman who police said had recently exhibited a "change in behaviour."The 34-year-old attacker on Friday used a hunting rifle to first shoot to death two children, 8 and 11, and their mother, who lived as tenants in his house in the western city of Cetinje's Medovina neighbourhood.
Kenya's peaceful presidential election was briefly disrupted when riot police responded to scuffles at the national tallying centre amid tensions over the close results.An agent for longtime opposition leader and candidate Raila Odinga announced from the lectern that the tallying centre was the "scene of a crime" before calm was restored late on Saturday.
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
New Zealand is making a fresh deployment of 120 troops to support Ukraine's defense.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said New Zealand Defence Force personnel would head to the United Kingdom beginning this week to help train Ukrainian soldiers as the fight rages in the war against Russia.
An electrical fire swept through an Egyptian Coptic Christian church during Mass, causing a stampede and killing at least 41 people.The blaze started during a Sunday morning service in the Abu Sifin church in the city of Giza where about up to 1,000 people had gathered.
Asian shares inched higher on Monday with investors anxious to see if Wall Street can sustain its rally as hopes US inflation has peaked will be tested by likely hawkish commentary from the Federal Reserve this week."The FOMC Minutes on Wednesday should reinforce the hawkish tones from recent Fed speakers of being nowhere near being done on rates and inflation," warned Tapas Strickland, a director of economics at NAB.