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The Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide will continue in Townsville on Monday morning with a serving officer to give evidence.
A new study has found health care departments need to more carefully choose respirator masks for frontline staff to maximise compliance and protection.
Skin cancer organisations are concerned dangerous melanoma are going undetected in regional areas.
Two people have died after a civilian car was targeted with an explosion in Kabul - the third deadly attack of the weekend.
As battles grind on in the contested areas in the east, NATO warns the war in Ukraine may go on for years.
Millions of people across India and Bangladesh have been left stranded and at least 42 people have lost their lives as the region is hit by devastating floods.
A shot was fired and a man tasered after a car drove through a police cordon near St Peter's Basilica in Vatican City.
New figures reveal a surprising turnaround for Aussie retail but a grim outlook lies ahead as inflation “puts the brakes” on overall spending.
Banking details have revealed the huge amount Aussies are spending on overseas travel, with the sum already more than pre-pandemic levels.
A drunk driver who nearly killed a young woman when he reversed his ute into a crowd outside a WA pub has been allowed to remain driving for 18 months since the crash.
Britain's Prince William has posted a picture with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to mark Father's Day celebrated in many nations on Sunday.
Two actors working on a Netflix series have been killed after a van carrying cast and crew crashed in Mexico.
Shoes, keys and a red P-plate were among the debris scattered along South Western Highway at the scene of a horrific crash that claimed two young lives on Saturday.
Police have claimed they “feared for their lives” when they were allegedly circled by climate protesters on a property in Sydney’s outskirts.
Perth fashion designer Lydia Tsvetnenko sparked speculation she had tied the knot for a second time after a series of snaps surfaced on social media, but not all was as it seemed.
Cristiano Ronaldo and other English Premier League superstars will get a chance to take quokka selfies at Rotto when they come to Perth next month.
Latest updates on the war in Ukraine.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has revealed his major items and plans ahead of parliament’s first sitting.
He will turn 40 within days, but this charming picture — released to coincide with Father’s Day in the UK — shows Prince William already has all the gifts he could ever want.
Marine scientists warn a subtropical coral species fleeing hotter waters in the north could thrive in Sydney's harbours, leaving locals in the lurch.
Details for next year's Vivid festival in Sydney have been revealed with a new focus on food and chefs after the event enjoyed its most popular year to date.
Jennifer Lopez has revealed some surprising news about her teenager, Emme, and it’s not what you might be expecting.
Disturbing new figures released by one state have shed light on the number of children killed by parents or carers over the past 16 years.
WA has experienced another deadly day as the pandemic rolls on, with 14 people with COVID reported dead.
A terrifying road rage attack has been captured on film showing the moment a ute driver collects a man and drags him for several metres. WARNING: Graphic.
Two teenagers have lost their lives in a horror rollover on the busy South West Highway.
Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital will be expanded to reduce pressure on the facility's emergency department.
Frontline workers and older singles will need to save up less to buy their first home, thanks to a new scheme announced by the NSW government.
A man has been seriously injured after he was allegedly struck with a schooner glass during a pub night out.
People have flocked to parks and pools across western Europe for a bit of respite from an early summer heatwave.
An investigation is underway after a supermarket in Perth’s south east went up in flames on Saturday night.
Despite being at the helm of Australia’s energy market for a decade, the former government says the current crisis is not entirely their fault.
As Vanuatu prepares to reopen on July 1, an Australian cruise ship refitted as a floating vaccine clinic is racing to get to the country's remote islands.
A fire at a NSW power plant could burn for days, with residents urged to stay indoors if they see or smell smoke.
Researchers at Flinders University say studying the unusual behaviour of a native bee is helping them better understand the early stages of social evolution.
Children as young as six months can receive COVID-19 vaccines, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.
Ukrainian negotiator David Arakhamia says talks will resume with Russia by the end of August.
Experts say nine out of 10 long COVID sufferers were not taken to hospital with the virus, showing a milder infection won't protect you from brain fog.
Brazilian authorities say they have arrested a third suspect in the murder of journalist Dom Phillips.
Thousands of young men have attacked train coaches, burned tyres and clashed with officials at the station in one of India's poorest states.
A former NSW pharmacist was involved in falsely claiming some $19 million in benefits from the PBS and faces more than six years in prison.
Western Power have revealed the cause behind the power outage that knocked out electricity to 11,450 homes in North Perth and surrounding suburbs on Saturday.
Global soccer megastar Sam Kerr has swapped Chelsea blue for Spiderman red and taken the plunge as the Fight MND fundraising effort headed west.
They are two of the world’s biggest superstars who have discussed their humble beginnings but it seems they have become so grand that even an invite to the Queen’s biggest event yet can’t entice them.
ABC boss Ita Buttrose has been slammed online over a speech in which she used a particular word to describe First Nations people.
Relations between Prince Charles’ two sons, Princes William and Harry, is still at ‘rock bottom’, with serious fears over how long their estrangement will last.
Prince Harry is an alien in the land of trust funds and everything-has-a-price merchandisers, playing charity polo while his brazen wife parades for the cameras.
Protesters have marched across Australia calling for a "ceasefire" in Indigenous communities by disarming police.
A suburban restaurant - in which food inspectors found a dead rat and cockroaches in the kitchen and rodent droppings in rice - has been fined.
The family of a young boy who was allegedly the victim of a hit-and-run driver have spoken publicly for the first time about their ordeal.