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Ken Williams will never forget the “horrendous” moment his car suddenly began belching smoke at a set of traffic lights – leaving his young children fearing the vehicle was on fire.
Shocking figures have revealed Australian retail sales came out of the pandemic “better off than if it had never happened”, with a 1.2 per cent gain in real turnover for the March 2022 quarter.
Camilla Parker Bowles has revealed what life is like with the future king and reflected on her relationship's public backlash.
Sky News Reporter Georgia Simpson is on the Gold Coast for the 2022 TV Week Logie Awards tonight. “Love Me, which is Binge’s new program, is the most nominated drama series of the evening,” she said.
A bride and groom have revealed just how sloppy drunk their wedding party was in a video that’s now going viral.
It’s enough to give you a hangover.
Harrowing figures from the Queensland government have revealed 109 children were killed by a parent or carer over the past 16 years – with 75 per cent of victims younger than five.
The 62nd TV Week Logie Awards is set to be held tonight on the Gold Coast after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A supermarket worker who spent more than $12,000 a year on guzzling 30 cans of Pepsi a day for two decades has been cured – after he was hypnotised.
Single parents and older singles, as well as frontline workers like teachers, nurses and police will be able to buy their home with just a two per cent deposit thanks to a new NSW government scheme.
A Kiwi social media influencer who used to define herself by her fake breasts is celebrating the removal of her implants, reports theNew Zealand Herald.
Tammy Hembrow has given birth to her first child with fiance Matt Poole, a baby girl.
TikTok followers claim the mess gives them anxiety.
A mum who admits she has “no savings” and lives pay cheque to pay cheque says she splurges on designer clothes for her kids.
Without Farmer Will Dwyer, parenting looks different than she thought.
Sydney's Vivid festival finished last night after celebrating its 12th year wowing crowds with light installations and activations across the city.
Across nearly a dozen years at the helm of the ABC’s nightly current affairs program 7.30, presenter Leigh Sales interviewed countless world leaders and public figures – including five prime ministers. It has been a highly scrutinised run that won her praise but also brought with it an astonishing level of vitriol which, she tells Stellar in her first interview since announcing her imminent departure from the show, took “a really hard toll on people close to me”. As she sits down to answer her critics, she also considers another important question: what comes next for Leigh Sales when she signs off at the end of the month, aside from finally getting time to spend more weeknights on the couch with her two young sons?
Surgeons have hiked their fees by more than 30 per cent as they make up for lost income during Covid-19 hospital bans – costing health fund members thousands of dollars per procedure.
The dazzling lights of Vivid have finally dimmed after welcoming more than 2.2 million visitors and food is set to become a new star in the arts and culture festival.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is calling for next year’s Eurovision to be held in Ukraine. Ukraine won the 2022 Eurovision song contest however event organisers are ruling out Kyiv as the next location due to the country’s war with Russia. Mr Johnson said he would “love” for Eurovision to take place in the United Kingdom but Ukraine “deserves to have it”.
Author and podcast host Cathrine Mahoney says there are times when a relationship or marriage ends “where you have to learn to cry quietly”. Ms Mahoney’s book Currently Between Husbands shares what it’s like dating in the modern world as a woman in her 40s.
Performer Thomas McGuane says people have been “lapping up” Frozen the Musical as it returns to Australian theatres. Mr McGuane, who plays Hans in the musical, said it’s such a “wonderful story” to tell at “such a great time”. “I think we’ve really missed theatre here and the excitement is absolutely there behind the curtain as well as in front,” he told Sky News Australia.
The craziest thing happened to me recently. In the middle of a week that can only be described by television’s own Andy Allen as “a doozy”,
The show-stopping musical "Moulin Rouge" has premiered in Sydney and audiences are already saying it’s one not to be missed.
A popular TikTok star has racked up thousands of views online talking about her experiences escaping a polygamist cult.
NSW residents have been reminded that they have two weeks to spend more than $326 million in unspent Dine & Discover NSW vouchers before they expire.
A popular TikTok star has racked up thousands of views online talking about her experiences escaping a polygamist cult as a child.
Bon Jovi has wished Sir Paul McCartney a happy 80th birthday, singing to him in front of 50,000 fans during his North America tour in New Jersey. Bon Jovi interrupted the rock legend on stage - moments before he was about to perform the Beatles classic Birthday.
Research from Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital has found that long Covid is causing brain fog and memory loss in patients for more than a year.
Have you ever tried to breathe in through your nose in the middle of a sentence without having to pause to inhale?
The easing of mask mandates at Victoria's airport terminals is among several adjustments to COVID restrictions. From June 24, the airport mask mandate will be scrapped, some vaccine mandates will be lifted and employers will be allowed to set their own rules for vaccines. The double dose mandate will be lifted for those in education, food distribution, and meat and seafood processing – but will remain for health and emergency services workers. The work from home rules have also been axed as have aged care visitor caps. The seven day isolation rule for positive cases is still in place but they are allowed to drive relatives to appointments if they remain in the vehicle.
CEO of OrangeSky Australia Lucas Patchett says there are “concerning” trends of emerging homelessness as Australians face more pressures. Mr Patchett said census data from 2016 showed 116,000 Australians could be classified as homeless on any given night – with recent data still yet to be revealed. “Homelessness is something that is so difficult to solve,” he told Sky News Australia. “Definitely lots of pressures on all Australians, and we’re seeing that on the streets.”
Australia’s very own island castaway might be isolated from the rest of the world, but that doesn’t mean David Glasheen’s not connected.
The director of a major food distributor has shared fears that growing struggles in the food and food service industry could cause popular items disappear from menus and price rises of at least 20 per cent, as the burden to absorb extra costs become too much for eateries.
Super skinny is out and healthy is in vogue as the fashion industry champions body diversity on – and off – the runway.
Exclusive: As pet ownership boomed during Covid – so did the cost of insurance.
A teacher sacked for letting her girl pupils pose topless for a photography class has defended the project as “art”.
Alf the Label has grown from one signature leather baby bag to a range of 200 products since inception.
Here, we round up everything Halle Berry does at age 55 to look like she’s 35.
The state government is investing $1.2 million into the new Rhyll brewery and distillery.
As NSW Minister For Energy and Environment, Matt Kean is used to generating headlines for his vocal championing of the need to tackle climate change. But as NSW Treasurer he also has to convince voters he has their hip pocket at heart.
Bondi Beach Public School has reportedly banned outdoor play before class, attracting immediate backlash from parents and media figures this week.
Spooked travellers have shared photos from inside a“ghost palace” in Bali as floods of tourists return to the Indonesian holiday spot.
With nearly 3000 followers on Instagram, a growing OnlyFans audience and five paid brand ambassador deals, Tasha Marie is crushing it as an influencer.
Criminal organisations are exploiting the “maze of red tape” around the National Disability Insurance Scheme to access personal information of vulnerable people, the responsible minister claims.
Victorian schools will have the authority to ban parents who engage in threatening behaviour online or in person, with a possible penalty of up to $10,000 for those who don’t comply.
The cryptocurrency ethereum, which is the second most valuable coin in the market after bitcoin, has experienced a brutal drop in value after an aggressive sell off by investors.
Sunshine Coast residents give their top tips on saving money.
A devastated mum has told how her daughter died just weeks away from a potentially life saving transplant.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of raping a young girl after she drew a horrifying picture for her teachers.