Wayne Bennett says Brisbane skipper Darius Boyd’s public health battle inspired NRL star Greg Inglis to seek treatment for depression.
Crinkling News raises enough funds to ensure its ongoing publication, with just eight hours to go in their two-week campaign.
Australia’s unemployment rate drops to 5.7 per cent in April due to the creation of more than 37,000 jobs, although they are all part-time.
Search crews find the wreckage of an ultralight plane crash on New South Wales’ Far North Coast that killed the pilot.
One of the highest ranking officials in the Australian Tax Office will appear in court for allegedly abusing his position by accessing information for his son
Australian Taxation Office deputy commissioner Michael Cranston has been “unwittingly” caught up in a major tax evasion scheme allegedly involving his son and daughter.
Cranston, 58, has been issued with a court attendance notice for allegedly publicly abusing his position as a senior official of the commonwealth, Australian federal police said on Thursday. He is due to face Sydney central court next month.
When Brian Cox was preparing to portray Winston Churchill in a new historical biopic, he turned to unlikely source of inspiration.
Offshore oil and gas regulator says there was a 10,500-litre spill in April 2016 but refuses to reveal where it occurred or company responsible
An offshore oil and gas well in Australia leaked oil continuously into the ocean for two months in 2016, releasing an estimated 10,500 litres. But the spill was never made public by the regulator and details about the well, its whereabouts and operator remain secret.
In its annual offshore performance report released this week, the National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority included a mention of a 10,500-litre spill in April 2016. It provided limited details about, noting that it had been identified during a routine inspection.
Stocks on Wall Street drop sharply as investors worry about the latest crisis engulfing US President Donald Trump.
A United States Congressman is pushing for an end to Japan’s annual whale hunt, describing it a “slaughter on the seas”.
Cardinal faces reporters in Rome as Australian police consider whether charges should be laid against him
Cardinal George Pell maintains he is innocent of historical child sexual assault allegations as police decide whether to charge Australia’s most senior Catholic.
Victoria police say they will take time to consider whether charges should be laid after receiving final advice from the state’s director of public prosecutions about the allegations, which Pell has repeatedly denied.