A karaoke business owner has been slammed for one shock act after brutally slaying his girlfriend.
After fresh inflation data showed price pressures cooling faster than expected, the share market finished in the green on Thursday.
Police are pushing for an AVO against a Sri Lankan cricket star, despite a court clearing him of sexually assaulting a woman before he left the country.
Widely used sentencing discounts during Covid-19 should end, as the court system is no longer in crisis, one state’s top prosecutor has argued.
More than 10,000 text messages between the Olympic boxer and his ex-girlfriend will be examined in relation to the woman’s stalk and intimidate charge.
Police allege a man has been pretending to own Airbnb properties before fraudulently renting them out to tenants.
The constable and son of the former deputy PM is accused of assaulting a woman during a Christmas celebration.
One state could greatly increase affordable homes for essential workers who risk being forced out of the city due to rising rents, new modelling suggests.
In welcome news for borrowers, price pressures eased in October ahead of the Reserve Bank’s final rates call for 2023.
Details about a young mother’s murder have been revealed for the first time after her killer made a shock admission.
The department store said it would be shifting its focus to prioritising flagship stores amid a business model restructure.
Aussies have been urged to update their bank details on Medicare to claim millions of dollars in unpaid benefits.
Police have shared a major update months after Clare Nowland, 95, was tasered by police in an aged care home, causing injuries that allegedly led to her death.
The friends were driving along a dirt track when the tree came flying through the windscreen, narrowly missing one of their heads.
Labor has not changed its position on stage three tax cuts, despite a growing push from inside the party room to do more for cost of living.
Federal agencies have located the ‘uncontactable’ former immigration detainee who was released after a landmark High Court decision earlier this month.
The company was fined for failing to share the details of 19,000 customers to the phone number database used to locate people in an emergency and to send natural disaster warnings.
The distraught family of a fisherman, who went missing three days ago, have expressed their heartbreak as search and rescue efforts are scaled back.
One of the big four banks has revealed the massive extent of scams in Australia after customers “abandoned” millions of dollars in sales.
An awkward collision between a hire boat and a recreational rower has sparked debate about the safety of a busy city river.
Ahead of the release of fresh inflation data, which is expected to show prices eased in October, the Aussie share market rallied on Tuesday.
People wanting to help families whose homes were destroyed by bushfire are being warned their money could be snatched up by scammers.
New RBA governor Michele Bullock has made a frank admission, conceding borrowers are displeased with the central bank after its punishing rate hikes.
Disgraced soldier Ben Roberts-Smith has been dealt another blow as a judge found he should have accepted offers to settle his defamation case.
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