Man fined after driving into Queensland border barrier

A Queensland man who tried to drive through border barriers to get back into the state has been handed a $4000 fine. The 53-year-old was refused entry at the border… Read more

Australia could send humans into space by 2030

Australia could be sending manned vessels into space in under 10 years. It comes after SpaceX successfully launched four civilians in the Crew Dragon mission. While the Australian Space Agency… Read more

China says AUKUS ‘gravely undermines regional peace and stability’

China has reacted angrily to the new alliance between the UK, US and Australia which will see the nation get nuclear-powered submarines. China Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the… Read more

Mayor’s clever trick to stop people cutting down trees for water view

It's a long-time Sydney underbelly thing. With the city perched on the rises and drops of sandstone and guttered by harbour and sea, it offers a rich topography that presents… Read more

Remains found on WA property believed to belong to missing man

Human remains found on a Western Australia property are believed to belong to missing man Tony Ditri. It comes almost three weeks after 40-year-old, father-of-three vanished. Homicide detectives and forensic… Read more

Submarine deal shows China ‘the three nations will not be bullied’

A senior British MP has declared the new alliance of Australia, the UK and the US is to show, "the three of us will not be bullied or divided" by… Read more

LA’s most expensive mansion defaults on $136 million in debt

A gargantuan residence in Los Angeles dubbed "The One" by its developer is now on track to be sold after the owner defaulted on more than $136 million in loans… Read more

New test to easily identify dangerous common virus in babies

Melbourne researchers have developed a new screening program to help identify a common virus that can lead to hearing loss and neurodevelopmental disorders in newborn babies. The test involves a… Read more

Queensland legalises voluntary assisted dying

Voluntary assisted dying is now law in Queensland. This afternoon the parliament voted to legalise the right of the terminally ill to choose when to end their life. The legislation… Read more

Melbourne man jailed for almost killing neighbour over washing machine disagreement

A Melbourne man who almost stabbed his neighbour to death over a fight about a load of washing has been jailed. Brett Vaisey, 57, was sentenced to seven years' jail… Read more