Pedestrian dies three days after being struck by car at Wishart

A MAN who was struck by a car in Brisbane’s south on the weekend has succumbed to his injuries

Inland railway to go across Queensland floodplain despite warning 'lives could be at risk'

Federal Infrastructure Minister Darren Chester has decided that the Melbourne-to-Brisbane inland rail line will be built across the Condamine floodplain in Queensland, despite farmers' warnings that it could put lives at risk

$10note rollout: RBA, businesses expect 'smoother transition' to new notes

The rollout of the new $10 note began today, featuring a number of improved security features designed to protect the note against counterfeiting

NSW Police arrest physios, lawyer over alleged green slip scam worth millions

New South Wales Police say they have cracked open an organised crime syndicate which allegedly made millions of dollars worth of fraudulent green slip claims across Sydney

UK to suspend its military ties with Myanmar

The U.K. is suspending all its engagement with Myanmar's military until the action against the country's Muslim Rohingya minority is halted, British Prime Minister Theresa May said Tuesday

Temperatures set to top 40C as a weekend of ‘extreme heat’ beckons

“IT’S looking ugly,” forecasters have warned with record highs of as high as 40C in some parts and above average temps elsewhere

Suu Kyi must act to stop Rohingya crisis: US senator

Myanmar's de facto leader must act to stop the Rohingya crisis, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said

Teenage girl killed in crash involving stolen van

A teenage girl has died after an allegedly stolen van being pursued by police crashed into a truck in regional Victoria this afternoon

Pilot, passenger walk away after light plane makes emergency landing in Sydney field

The pilot of a light aircraft and their sole passenger have walked away without serious injuries after an emergency landing in a Sydney park, which ended with one wing snapping off

Revamped $10 note comes into circulation

A new-look $10 note begins circulation tomorrow and despite promises by the Reserve Bank it can be issued trouble-free at vending machines, concerns remain

WA property scam: Elderly woman loses more than $500k after bogus emails

An elderly woman has been robbed of more than half a million dollars after scammers pretended to be her settlement agent and convinced her son to transfer cash into a bogus account

Turkish aid agencies continue to help Rohingya

Turkish aid agencies on Sunday distributed food at the Bangladesh border to the Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar’s western Rakhine state

Singapore's first woman president after 47 years

Singapore's newly elected president, Halimah Yacob, is predicted on Monday to make Singapore's relations with Indonesia and other Muslim-majority countries better

Man charged with murder after woman found dead inside home on Sydney's Northern Beaches

Police have charged a 25-year-old man with murder after the body of a 50-year-old woman was found inside a home on Sydney's northern beaches this morning

Superannuation insurance made opt-in for under-25s by Australian Super

The nation's biggest superannuation fund has moved to ensure under-25s no longer have insurance premiums taken from their retirement accounts unless they ask for it to happen

86Years on, Libyans still remember their ‘Desert Lion’

Injustice turns the oppressed into heroes” -- Libyans still remember these fateful words by iconic resistance leader Omar al-Mukhtar (1862-1931), who spent the last 20 years of his life fighting the Italian occupation of his country

Superannuation being slashed as workers have wages cut, are forced out of enterprise agreements

Superannuation funds could be drained by as much as $100 billion as companies slash wages and force workers out of long-standing enterprise agreements to deliver better returns for shareholders, a union-commissioned report has found

Driver ‘just a passenger’ in 260km/h shunt Horror crash mars Melbourne Sandown 500 Supercars qualifying

Supercars young gun Todd Hazelwood has incredibly walked away from an high-speed crash in qualifying for Sunday's Sandown 500

Hundreds of pills seized after music festival in Sydney's west

German caught with 396 capsules among 45 charged with drug offences at Defqon. 1 festival in Sydney