Had Wendy Whiteley had “zillions” of grandchildren, the structure of her estate might have been very different.
The Lavender Bay waterfront home is to be sold, not kept, under the terms of Wendy Whiteley’s promised bequest, with Whiteley saying the home needs a family to love it after she is gone.
Wall Street closed out its most punishing week since the 2020 coronavirus crash with a meandering day of trading that left it a bit higher.
With no coalitions near an outright majority, the French president will have a hard time passing legislation, putting much of his second-term agenda at risk.
Early redevelopment plans angered residents and beachgoers, who worried the proposed design would dominate the small beach in Sydney’s east.
The upper house will move to establish an inquiry into former deputy premier’s John Barilaro’s appointment as a trade commissioner
Australia’s former Labor foreign affairs minister writes that this is the new prime minister’s moment to tell the US president what he has already declared publicly about the Assange case: “Enough is enough.”
The nation’s former chief scientist explains the lessons of the past weeks and why, with the right plan, Australia can make big strides towards zero-emissions electricity.
The ongoing controversy around match review and tribunal decisions shows no sign of abating with club bosses rating the process as below par.
AFL club bosses say bringing forward the 7.50pm start on Friday nights is one way to help crowds bounce back to pre-COVID levels.
Wes Maas expects $33 billion in state and federal infrastructure spending in regional areas will be a driver of growth for his construction and property company, Maas Group.
Michelle Rowland doesn’t know what the data might show, but she believes media regulators will not be able to understand the problem misinformation poses if they cannot see it.
Robert Redlich, QC, has said ‘soft’ and ‘grey’ corruption was on the rise in Australian politics, and was undermining trust in Australia’s democracy.
Growing numbers of Australians requiring care for the often debilitating symptoms of long COVID are struggling to access crucial treatment or being forced to pay hefty out-of-pocket costs.
A controversial rail corporation is planning to slash the cost of an upgrade to the main part of the historic sandstone station.
The challenge for a Labor federal government is to support expansive labour migration in a way that does not produce a race to the bottom in labour standards.
A plan to allow cosmetic surgeons to advertise via testimonials, which critics have said will see more patients lured into risky surgery, is before the Queensland Parliament.
To improve your performance, career prospects and general enjoyment of your work, experts say it’s important to get back to the banter.
The exodus of hundreds of doctors from the workforce means dozens of towns across the state are at risk of not having a single GP available in coming years.
It’s that time of year when we are all craving a break, but should we instead create a life that renders the big work break unnecessary?
After a two-year hiatus, the Logie Awards make a triumphant return to the Gold Coast. Follow along here for the latest from the red carpet and the room where it happens.
Old Hollywood glamour with plenty of skin on show seems perfectly appropriate for the Logies’ Gold Coast setting at Australian TV’s night of nights.
The two competition points might just be a precursor to an almighty scrap between the two clubs as they try to convince Cameron Ciraldo to leave Penrith this week.
Parramatta duo Reagan Campbell-Gillard and Ryan Matterson, as well as Kotoni Staggs and Tariq Sims, have all been dropped with Jack Wighton also out due to COVID-19.
Gold Coast have overcome the loss of Wil Powell to a horrific leg injury, beating Adelaide by 43 points.
Brad Fittler has wielded the axe as his NSW Blues side travels to Perth in a bid to tie up the State of Origin series
Luxury labels are making inroads but television’s night of night remains a showcase of local designers with names that you might night recognise.
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs host the Wests Tigers in round 15 of the 2022 NRL Premiership.
The GWS Giants romped to their twelfth straight victory over the Magpies to set up a showdown against the Vixens next week for a place in the Super Netball decider.
With the cost of iceberg lettuce soaring to about $10 a head, people are looking to grow their own.
Toyota is staring down the barrel of a $2 billion payout after being sued in a major class action over faults in three of its vehicles.
After a two-year hiatus, the Logie Awards are officially back, being hosted at the Star Gold Coast Entertainment Resort precinct.
CCTV caught a pair slicing into coin machines at an Adelaide carwash.
Nicole Therese McGuinness is accused of breaching her parole within months of her release.
Police in Darwin are still trying to track down the man behind the wheel in a terrifying rampage.
A group of teenagers has broken into a Langwarrin mosque, riding around on bicycles and smashing windows and displays.
The daughter of a war hero has got his medals back after they were unearthed in a garden.
Everyone knows Jordan De Goey can play, and everyone also knows he can play up. Plus: St Kilda gets the wobbles, Hawkins’ incredible run to 700.
Media sources said Neilson’s vision isn’t finalised, but her direct involvement raised concerns about the ability for the institute to be independent.
There are warnings that energy bills could rise by 50 per cent over the next two years and gas prices could double.
For the first time in almost 10 years Fernando Alonso will start from the front row of the grid.
A Melbourne doctor has explained Victoria's eased COVID-19 rules for positive cases.
Cody Weightman returns to the field after dislocating his elbow against the Giants
The Australia women win gold in the 4x100 freestyle final at the FINA World Championships.
Ahead of her 75th birthday, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall has spoken candidly with British Vogue about her royal life.
Home births could soon be publicly funded in Queensland under a new plan.
A large substation fire in Wollongong is still burning, but under control.
A driver in Darwin has appeared to mow down a man in a hotel car park.
National weather forecast for Sunday June 19.
Lindsay Collins could be rubbed from the second State of Origin clash after performing a lifting tackle in the Roosters-Eels encounter.