Protestors have been arrested following Invasion Day rallies in Sydney which have been attended by more than 1000 people. It comes as Perth protesters prepare for a rally at Forrest Place at 12pm.
Respected journalist Kerry O’Brien has handed back his Australia Day award in protest of former tennis great Margaret Court’s “divisive” honour.
Australia Day is set to look a little different in New York this year, but cafes will still be catering the classics for homesick expats.
Sarah Blake in New York
Expats living in the UK are turning to one of our most beloved edible icons to celebrate Australia Day a little differently.
Stephen Drill in London
Many imagine crime takes place in the dead of night, but new data reveals a terrifying truth about when we’re most vulnerable. See the list
The Chase Australia’s official Shark, Brydon Coverdale, has created a new daily quiz challenge. How’s your general knowledge? Take his quiz.
Many imagine crime takes place in the dead of night, but new data reveals a terrifying truth about when we’re most vulnerable.
One of the world’s most wanted men – an accused drug lord compared to El Chapo and Pablo Escobar – faces extradition to Australia after a shock arrest orchestrated by Aussie police.
Regis Aged Care executives who flew in from Victoria are being allowed into the company's Nedlands facility to deal with allegations of elder abuse - on one condition.
Crooked cash is flooding into illegal betting markets, raising fears of match fixing and corruption across Australian sport.
From the outside it looks like a resort, but inside this nursing home is a house of horrors putting residents’ lives on the line.
British actor Olivia Cooke reveals how she landed her dream role alongside Alec Baldwin and why Game Of Thrones reduced her to tears.
The cheap laptop, the lightest and brightest PC, or an iPad? Here’s how to choose the right back-to-school device.
A teenager who caused one of early Victoria’s deadliest rail accidents in Little River could not explain how or why. What went wrong?
Retirees are being urged to check their finances as another challenging year gets under way.
They went from “soulmates to cell mates”. Lockdown love did not go the distance for an Australian man who moved to the UK.
Stephen Drill , Europe correspondent
Victoria Police will not let fines dished out to COVID rule-breakers go unpaid.
Brendan Rees and Shannon Deery
As more positive COVID tests throw Australian Open preparations into chaos, Premier Mark McGowan has offered a down-the-line response to tennis players complaining about quarantine requirements.
Torquay’s Chris Perrott has been praised for risking his own life to help prevent a mass drowning tragedy on the Mornington Peninsula.
Dozens of Melbourne hotel quarantine workers have been forced to isolate over fears two staff members had tested positive to the deadly coronavirus.
World No.1 Novak Djokovic has reportedly asked Australian Open boss Craig Tiley to change some of the conditions imposed on players in lockdown in Melbourne.
Growing aged care queues have left almost 100,000 vulnerable Australians at risk of dying while waiting for essential help.
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