Brian Henderson farewelled in small private funeral

Legendary broadcaster Brian Henderson has been farewelled in a small private funeral in Sydney. Henderson hosted the Sydney weeknight news for Nine from 1957 until his retirement in 2002, becoming… Read more

TGA approves million Polish Pfizer vaccine doses

The Pfizer vaccines shipped from Poland have been approved for Australians by the Therapeutic Goods Administration. The million doses of the vaccine landed in Australia last night. Half are set… Read more

ADF troops sent to Afghanistan to evacuate hundreds of citizens

More than 250 Australian Defence Force troops are being sent to Afghanistan to help with evacuations. The Taliban has declared the war in Afghanistan is over after insurgents stormed the… Read more

Aussie radio and TV personality Ernie Sigley dies aged 82

The ever-charming TV host, radio presenter and singer Ernie Sigley, best known as "the little Aussie battler", has passed away at age 82. Ernie Sigley's lengthy media career began when… Read more

Trial delayed for police officer charged with Indigenous man’s murder

The murder trial of police officer Zachary Rolfe has been delayed until next Monday. It comes after the Northern Territory was forced into a snap 72-hour lockdown following a new… Read more

Chaos in Kabul: How Afghanistan disintegrated and what comes next

The Taliban have edged closer to solidifying control of Afghanistan, entering the presidential palace in Kabul on Sunday local time, hours after former President Ashraf Ghani fled the country. Social… Read more

Queensland sign off on ‘urgent’ Brisbane quarantine facility

The Queensland and Federal Government have reached an agreement over the construction and management of the proposed Pinkenba Quarantine Facility at Brisbane. Announcing the finalisation of a Memorandum of Understanding… Read more

Man lies about travel details in desperate bid for airport bathroom

A man who flew into Adelaide from Victoria claimed he lied to police at the airport about where he'd travelled from because he was desperate for the toilet. Bernard Shackcloth… Read more

Coronavirus continues to spread through western NSW with 35 new cases

There have been 35 new local COVID-19 cases in western NSW, with 32 of these in Dubbo. The other three are in Mudgee, however, one of these cases had not… Read more

Death toll of powerful earthquake in Haiti soars to 1297

The death toll from a 7.2-magnitude earthquake in Haiti climbed to 1297, a day after the powerful tremor turned thousands of structures into rubble and set off franctic rescue efforts… Read more