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A man allegedly stole a case of beer before getting behind the wheel of a Mercedes and leading police on a drunken high-speed pursuit for 170 kilometres through southern NSW.Police say the a man went to a grocery store at Murrumbateman in the Southern Tablelands around 6.
The NSW premier has invoked a taco ad's tagline while defending the snubbing of Roads Minister Natalie Ward after she failed to move into the Liberal Party's safest seat.Ms Ward, an upper house MP and one of three Liberal women in cabinet, lost a preselection contest on Monday night for the seat of Davidson to former premier Mike Baird' s ex-staffer Matt Cross.
The Andrews Labor government has been returned in Victoria. It must now reckon with two particularly crucial challenges: runaway climate change and wartime-scale energy costs. Victorians are still reeling from rare major flooding in which the state’s largest dam, Dartmouth, spilled over. Meanwhile, electricity prices in Victoria are rising dramatically. The Andrews government has signalled a major shakeup of Victoria’s energy sector. Its pre-election commitments – a 95% renewable electricity tar
Andrej Kramaric scored twice for Croatia as they ended Canada's hopes of advancing at their first World Cup in 36 years with a 4-1 victory in Group F.Alphonso Davies scored Canada's first-ever World Cup goal with a towering header on Sunday, in just the second minute.
Fines worth millions of dollars issued to thousands of people in NSW for breaching COVID-19 restrictions are being withdrawn by the state's revenue agency.NSW Revenue says 33,121 fines will be scrapped following a landmark decision in the Supreme Court on Tuesday that found details of the offences were insufficient.
The local share market has finished higher after treading water this morning, with the mining sector leading the rebound on rumours that China's leadership might relax its harsh zero-COVID policies.The benchmark S&P;/ASX200 index on Tuesday finished up 24.
NSW doctors and medical staff working in private practice say they need greater protection from aggressive patients, amid reports they are being threatened, sworn at, slapped and punched.An Australian Medical Association (AMA) survey of 378 medical practices in NSW found 88 per cent had been verbally abused by a patient, while 37 per cent had experienced physical aggression.
Gunfire has crackled from inside a Mogadishu hotel as Somalia's special forces battled al-Shabaab militants more than 12 hours after the Islamist group stormed the building in the heart of the capital.The assault underscores the continuing ability of the al-Qaeda-allied militants to stage deadly attacks with sometimes high casualties inside the city even as President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud's government pursues an offensive against them.
High-profile upper house crossbencher Fiona Patten admits she is more likely than not to lose her seat, as counting continues in tight Victorian election races.Final results from the Legislative Council are set to become clear in coming days but it appears both Labor and the coalition will have 15 seats.
South Korea has extradited a murder suspect to New Zealand, two months after she was arrested following the discovery of the bodies of two long-dead children in abandoned suitcases.New Zealand police said the woman arrived at Auckland Airport on Tuesday after they sent three officers to South Korea to bring her back.
An Iranian general has acknowledged that more than 300 people have been killed in the unrest surrounding nationwide protests, giving the first official word on casualties in two months.That estimate is considerably lower than the toll reported by Human Rights Activists in Iran, a US-based group that has been closely tracking the protests since they erupted after the September 16 death of a young woman being held by the country's morality police.
ShutterstockTelehealth has played an important role during the pandemic. Telephone and online consultations have enabled social distancing and kept patients and clinicians safe from transmissible infections. Since the start of COVID in March 2020, there have been 122 million telehealth consultations funded through Medicare. About 90% of these services were provided by general practitioners (GPs), with nine out of ten of these consults done as a telephone call. Online services for prescriptions a
A convicted terror advocate who referred to the Christchurch mass murderer as a hero and a saint will have restrictions imposed to "control temptation" after his release from prison.Tyler Slavko Jakovac will be required to use Australian Federal Police-approved devices such as a laptop, tablet or mobile phone and will have access restrictions placed on internet platforms and services.
The Reserve Bank boss has apologised to Australians who listened to controversial forecasts during the pandemic and took out mortgages based on expectations interest rates wouldn't budge until 2024.RBA Governor Philip Lowe said he was sorry households acted on the forward guidance, noting the bank should have chosen different language to communicate the conditions attached to the predictions.
The United Nations' Committee against Torture has urged Australia to end mandatory detention for all illegal arrivals, including children.In a review published on Friday, it also called for Canberra to raise the legal age of criminal responsibility, currently set at 10.
Australian workplaces will be required by law to have protections against sexual harassment and ensure gender equality after parliament agreed to reforms.From next year, employers will need to take reasonable steps to end sexual discrimination and harassment in their workplace and achieve gender equality.