The Federal Government passed new laws that will introduce a “preventative detention regime” for some detainees recently released into the community. Last month, the High
The FBI has arrested a man in the U.S. in relation to a Queensland shooting that killed three people, including two police officers.
Global analysis has found carbon emissions are likely to rise to their highest level ever in 2023, with Australia’s emissions trending up.
Three ex-detainees were arrested after being released from Immigration detention because of last month’s High Court ruling.
Australia’s supermarket giants, Coles and Woolworths, will face questions about whether they’re overcharging during a cost of living crisis.
U.S. police have launched an investigation into Australian NBA player Josh Giddey over allegations of inappropriate behaviour.
Bruce Lehrmann is suing Network Ten for defamation over a 2021 interview with Brittany Higgins where she alleged she was raped.
Dublin police have condemned far-right riots that stormed the city centre following a stabbing of three children and a school assistant.
KFC is facing two separate class actions over allegations it refused to grant thousands of workers their entitled paid breaks.
Pat Dodson, a First Nations man and Labor Senator, has announced he’s quitting politics after seven years.
The NBA is investigating Australian basketballer Josh Giddey over online allegations accusing him of inappropriate behaviour.
Former U.S. police officer Derek Chauvin has been stabbed in jail, where he’s serving more than 20 years for murdering George Floyd.
The Australian Government said navy divers were likely injured due to sonar pulses from a Chinese warship.
The Fair Work Commission has rejected an employee’s request to work from home full-time, saying going into the office boosts productivity.
The board of the artificial intelligence company behind ChatGPT, OpenAI, has dumped co-founder Sam Altman as CEO.
A new report has warned there could be more drug-resistant infections caused by the overuse of antibiotics, according to health experts.
Authorities have charged a Tasmania jumping castle operator two years after an incident at a primary school that left six children dead.
Thousands of school students across Australia are taking a sick day from school today to strike for stronger climate action.
Financial stress is making life harder in Australia and driving people further apart, causing the lowest levels of social cohesion on record.
The Federal Liberal Party’s most senior female MP Sussan Ley wants new strip clubs to be stopped from opening.
Bunnings will stop selling engineered stone by the end of the year, over concerns about the stone’s link to deadly lung disease silicosis
Property owners in WA could receive $10,000 to list their accommodation as long-term rentals, instead of on ‘short-stay’ accommodation platforms, like Airbnb and Stayz.
Thousands of teachers across South Australia went on strike yesterday.
Gen Z and Millennials are happy with flexible work arrangements but are still feeling stressed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report from financial services firm Deloitte.
A new original song from The Beatles, ‘Now and Then’, was released overnight with the help of AI and an old tape.
Coles and Woolworths have been named among the 2023 recipients of the Shonky Awards by consumer advocate group CHOICE.
The High Court of Australia has ruled a convicted terrorist can have his Australian citizenship restored.
Victorian police have arrested a 49-year-old woman in the state’s south-east over three suspected deaths linked to a meal allegedly containing poisoned mushrooms.
New data has found almost 30% of teens aged 18 to 19 suffered intimate partner violence over the past year.
Football’s global governing body FIFA has banned former Spanish football boss Luis Rubiales for three years, after he non-consensually kissed a female player after the Women’s World Cup.