Investigations are continuing into the death of Taiyah Peebles who is thought to have been electrocuted.
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The president used data he once critiqued to claim success in lowering African-American youth unemployment.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson says there is a media witch hunt for her colleague Malcolm Roberts, as comments from the Senator’s spokesman that he “is choosing to believe” he was never British light up social media.
Taking credit for a decline in Africa American unemployment is like a rooster thinking the sun rose because he crowed.
Carole Shipsey says not enough was done by staff at Worcester Royal Hospital to save her daughter.
As the controversial Adani decision hangs over their heads, and fly-in-fly-out workers threaten the stability of their communities, townships far-flung across northern Queensland are uniting in Moranbah to put on a show
Taiyah Pebbles was found dead on railway tracks at Herne Bay station on Wednesday morning.
Australian beef that was shipped to China before the Asian powerhouse slapped a temporary import ban on some producers will now be allowed into the country.