Helicopters have been scrambled to the tanker after a “security incident” involving stowaways.
The man has allegedly posed as a police officer in multiple incidents for the past three years.
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At a UN summit the German President warned that no country is safe from COVID-19, as until the virus is defeated people will remain prisoners within their borders.
Republicans are excited by the chance to install a third Trump justice on the court, locking in a conservative majority for years to come.
Samsung chairman Lee Kun-Hee transformed the small television maker into a global giant of consumer electronics but his leadership was also marred by corruption convictions.
Market participants remain on edge heading into the final week of the US election campaign. The markets are still positioned for a increasingly likely Blue-wave.
Governments of all stripes are hostile to the media. What is different in Victoria during the COVID-19 pandemic is a significant section of the public is too.
Richard Carapaz claimed the leader’s red jersey after a thrilling summit finish on the notorious Formigal mountain in stage six of the Vuelta a Espana.
Premier League leaders Everton lost Lucas Digne to a second-half red card as Danny Ings inspired Southampton to a 2-0 win on Sunday.
Six-times world champion Lewis Hamilton has became the most successful Formula One driver of all time in terms of race wins.
Tao Geoghegan Hart won the Giro d’Italia for Ineos Grenadiers on Sunday, edging out Sunweb’s Australian rider Jai Hindley by just 39 seconds.
Nathan Cleary blames himself for the Panthers’ loss, but says he does not regret the cut-out pass that led to an intercept try.
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We need to fix structural inequalities in the workplace to allow women to lead and to allow men enough time to do their share of the dishes.
One Nation’s religious discrimination bill is a Trojan horse for prejudice and bigotry.
Melbourne may have won the grand final but we are still none the wiser about whether Cameron Smith will call time on his illustrious career.
Ahead of the 40-year anniversary of State of Origin, the eighth Immortal and one of the Blues’ greatest players has selected his best 17 and coach.
Rennie said selection could fix the Wallabies’ defensive issues. Here are five names that should be discussed.
Telehealth has created unexpected benefits for people with disabilities, so why are these windfall successes not being supported?
It’s all very good for the PM to act swiftly in being critical of senior public sector executives involved in expenses scandals.
Multinational food companies are investing millions in Australia to measure agricultural greenhouse gas emissions.
Australia’s interests will not be best served by four more chaotic years of President Donald Trump.
Many Sydneysiders have had little choice but to put up with a lengthy commute from an affordable suburb. Working from home during the pandemic has transformed that trade-off.
The NRL invested a whopping $4 million to relocate the Melbourne Storm and their families after Victoria went into lockdown.
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NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro has an approval rating of just 18 per cent.
Two suburban regions in Sydney have been chosen to take part in a test aimed at erasing the bungling of the 2016 census.
Almost three-quarters of voters surveyed for an Ipsos poll say they are happy with how the Berejiklian government has managed the pandemic.
Lower back pain is a leading cause of disability around the world. Now an Australian study has found people suffering from it aren’t doing the right exercise programs to reduce […]