Pierre Assaad thought he was meeting a contract killer to have something done about his ex-daughter-in-law who “ripped off his son”.
A 19-month-old boy has died after being struck by a car while riding a scooter along a footpath in south-west Melbourne.
Inflation panic has been rife but the fears have been wildly disproportionate to the actual risks — and those risks now seem even smaller than they did a few weeks […]
Queensland stars know what it’s like to be on the wrong side of NRL’s massive scoring sprees this year – and think they have a plan to dig themselves out […]
The NSW budget will be announced at noon on Tuesday. Here’s what we know so far.
The round 15 AFL fixture remains up in the air while both NSW teams were scrambling to Victoria as the GWS-Hawthorn game was moved from Sydney to the MCG in […]
The new Deputy PM urged Coalition MPs to unite behind making Australia “as strong as possible as quickly as possible” when it could not rely on the US to guarantee […]
Investigations by IBAC over several years have uncovered ongoing corruption and misconduct risks across the corrections sector.
Between them, Tannar and Lannan Eacott siblings have been seen by billions and have made millions.
A resistance to state-wide lockdowns as well as a surging property market has pulled NSW out of a pandemic-induced recession.
ICAC says lobbyists should be banned from giving gifts to public officials and an expanded register should be kept to monitor those who go from government to lobbying.
Accusations of mansplaining and telling women how to raise their children were thrown around during a meeting of Coalition MPs examining childcare subsidies.
Liberal Senator James Paterson said Australia’s position to only list one arm of Hezbollah as a terrorist organisation was “increasingly isolated internationally”.
The eastern suburbs cluster nearly doubled in size on Tuesday after 10 new cases were recorded.
Farmers will get a chance to be paid to help to cut greenhouse gas emissions in a Nationals proposal that opens the way for a climate change deal under new […]
Victorians’ confidence in the QR check-in system will be weakened unless rules are tightened so that only the Health Department can see the data, the state government has been warned.
Ranges has been a good money spinner in the country and now has co-trainer Peter Snowden angling for an overdue city win.
Sydney’s mid-week meeting is a Canterbury this week and Ray hickson takes us through everything you need to know.
There were 22 assaults at Banksia Hill Detention Centre in May, giving the youth detention centre the unwanted title of one of the most violent correctional facilities in the state.
Melbourne gym and dance studio owners say more than a year of rolling lockdowns has caused uncertainty and hurt demand, as well as their mental health.
Water-safety advocates say the scheme could mean a generation of children from disadvantaged backgrounds will be formally taught to swim for the first time.
Melburnians have been warned to book their place in the sun during school holidays as demand soars.
The former deputy prime minister resigned before starting as chancellor after a backlash to his appointment due to his connections to the fossil fuel industry.
The university’s interim vice-chancellor, Professor John Germov, said an external review of the university’s governance had uncovered a historical case of fraud that police were investigating.
Col Hutchinson ranks the best Geelong goals after the siren in the VFL/AFL, while some inaccurate – but extraordinary – goal-kicking in the bush raises eyebrows.
The employer-led drive is expected to reach more than 13 million people, including suppliers and workers’ families, boosting the country’s slow vaccine rollout.
Emergency services were called to Lithgow Correction Centre, on the Great Western Highway in Marrangaroo, about 1.10pm on Tuesday.
Treasurer Dominic Perrottet is not planning to get the budget back in the black until 2024-25.
The second State of Origin is five days away but head office is taking no chances with match officials, who have been ordered to fly to Queensland on Tuesday night.
The mayor of Kingston says locals are concerned about safety at Moorabbin Airport after a light plane crashed in a suburban area near the airstrip.