SA is well on its way to becoming the space jobs capital of Australia, taking a huge amount of the investment already. But industry is desperate to stop money and jobs going overseas.
NRL star Josh Reynolds’ ex-girlfriend Arabella Del Busso has admitted showing him fake images of their alleged unborn child during an emotional interview on 60 Minutes.
A man with eight pages of criminal history who stalked and sexually assaulted a lawyer in a Brisbane public toilet has been released on parole following his conviction.
Construction will start this year on the new Western Sydney Airport line after Prime Minister Scott Morrison and NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian pledged a further $3.5 billion to get shovels into the ground.
Mishka the cat has been on quite the adventure since going missing from her owner’s Chadstone front yard 10 years ago, but for owner Georgia Tatsaris, it’s like she never left.
The majority of West Australians support the State Government’s plan to keep the rest of Australia locked out, even if it means no interstate travel for months.
Queenslanders will be allowed to travel throughout almost the entire state from midday, but Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has refused to give false hope to anyone hoping to make it in from interstate.
Ann Marie Smith died in shocking circumstances. The Opposition is now calling to reboot a scheme that checked in on the vulnerable – the state minister says there’s a legal problem.
Pubs and restaurants across Queensland will today open their doors to up to 20 people at a time, but big venues will soon be able to serve even more people under eased COVID-19 restrictions.
Jack McKay and Chris Clarke
The Queensland construction industry fears it could lose as many as 100,000 jobs as a report shows the Sunshine State has more electorates with 9 per cent job losses or more than any other state.
More Queensland flights could be on offer as travel restrictions ease, but there a key conditions that are needed to really restart jetsetting holidays.
A Brisbane woman who sold almost $2,000 worth of masks to the US during the height of the COVID-19 crisis says they are yet to be delivered despite using Australia Post’s ‘express’ delivery service.
When Professor Paul Young finally clocks off from leading the world’s race for a coronavirus vaccine he retreats to his Brisbane sanctuary – a converted church he is renovating.
An internal internal investigation into the conduct into the head of the union for WA’s private school teachers found evidence of workplace bullying and financial irregularities.
US President Donald Trump wants Australia at the next G7 summit, which has been delayed over coronavirus fears, to discuss the future of China.
Zoe Smith, AAP, Nathan Vass in New York and James MacSmith
Tense protests over the death of George Floyd and other police killings of black people have grown from New York to Los Angeles, with police cars and buildings set ablaze and injuries mounting.
A protester was shot dead and the White House placed in lockdown as rallies and race riots sparked by the brutal death of African-American man George Floyd rage across America.
Sarah Blake, James MacSmith
The elderly mother of fugitive Jim Soukoulis has begged her son to hand himself into police after she realised her home would be seized if he doesn’t return. Mr Soukoulis vanished from South Melbourne while on bail over a drug smuggling plot.
Aneeka Simonis and Mark Buttler
The elderly mother of a fugitive who vanished while on bail over a drug smuggling plot has begged her son to hand himself in – because her Adelaide home would be seized if he doesn’t.
Donald Trump has announced he wants to invite Australia to the G7 summit in a move the Federal Government has welcomed.
It is easy to characterise that the impending closure of the print editions of many of News Corp Australia’s mastheads is a disaster for journalism, but doing so buries the lead, writes Damian Eales.
Five months on from SA’s devastating summer bushfires, the clean up of more than 450 homes is finally complete. The Hicks’ family home in Lobethal was the last one.
Family members have paid tribute to two Perth women killed in a horror crash on Friday, one a newlywed and the other a talented physiotherapist — friends whose futures were destroyed in an instant.
Bethany Hiatt and Danella Bevis
The WA Liberals have blasted the McGowan Government’s “woefully insufficient” $1.8 billion coronavirus stimulus package and claim the Premier is holding back money for an election “war chest”.
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