Flinders Street car attack: Accused driver Saeed Noori has paranoid schizophrenia, court told

The man accused of deliberately driving a car into pedestrians on Flinders Street in Melbourne's CBD, killing one and injuring more than a dozen others, has been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, a court has been told

Assad warplanes target Sweida countryside


Assad warplanes attacked on Monday (July 30) villages controlled by ISIS in Sweida countryside, Orient Correspondent said

Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson resigns amid child sex abuse cover-up


Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson — the most senior Catholic in the world to be convicted of concealing child sex abuse

MH370 investigators unable to determine cause of disappearance unless 'wreckage is found'


Investigators into the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 say they were unable to determine the cause of one of the world's greatest aviation mysteries

Death of Iranian asylum seeker was preventable: Qld's state coroner

Queensland's state coroner says a series or medical and communication errors led to the death of an Iranian asylum seeker in 2014

General Gordon Hotel in Sydney catches fire, roof collapses


A pub in one of Sydney's most historic areas has caught fire, causing its roof to collapse

THAT’S A WRAP - NATIONS OF ORIGIN 2018

1200 youth competed in five sporting codes Rugby 7s, Football 5’s, Netball, Basketball and Boxing representing 25 Nations with exceptional comradaree with lots of friendships made along the way

Iran..Rate of dollar surpasses 110,000 rials, deepening crisis within the clerical regime, leading to popular protests

The economic and political crises engulfing the Iranian regime have grown deeper with the rate of dollar surpassing 110,000 rials and the price of each gold coin exceeding 44,000,000 rials

Melbourne..Young woman left with head injuries after hit-run

A young Melbourne woman is in hospital with head injuries after being struck by a car as she got out of another vehicle

Lawyer Jihad Zebian asks the UN Secretary-General to convene a emergency session of the UN General Assembly to take measures to protect the Druze in southern Syria

Based on the resolution entitled "United for Peace" of 3 November 1950 (resolution 377 (V)) authorizing an emergency special session within 24 hours if there appears to be a threat to peace or a breach of peace

Bill Shorten's Super Saturday wins prove bankers v battlers is a real problem for Malcolm Turnbull


The last contender slogged it out as Leader of the Opposition for six years before being pounced on by Bob Hawke just hours before an unaware Malcolm Fraser went to see the Governor-General

Pope Francis accepts resignation of Cardinal McCarrick following sex abuse scandal

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation as a cardinal of Theodore McCarrick, the former archbishop of Washington, DC and one of the US Catholic Church's most prominent figures, who has been at the centre of allegations of sex abuse with minors and young seminarians

Super Saturday delivers wins for Labor in Queensland, Tasmania and WA, Centre Alliance holds Mayo against Downer challenge


Bill Shorten declared it a "Super Saturday night" for the Labor party, calling the by-election results a signpost to Labor winning government at the next federal poll

Teen who stabbed pregnant woman in Sydney robbery charged with attempted murder

A 14-year-old boy has been charged with attempted murder and other offences after stabbing pregnant woman Pei-Jiun Cheah during a home invasion in Sydney

After Trump’s Threat to Iran, White House Convenes a Policy Meeting

The meeting, which follows Mr. Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear accord and to reimpose tough economic sanctions on Tehran, comes as key elements of the administration’s Iran policy have been unclear

?What's at stake for Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten in the by-elections

Five separate by-elections across Queensland, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia have been called for the same day, most of which were triggered by a constitutional conundrum

Local in Sweida dismiss Assad officials from funeral ceremonies

A massive popular funeral ceremony started on Thursday (July 26) for the victims of the ISIS terrorist attack that targeted Sweida

Paul Keating slams Nine's Fairfax takeover as Malcolm Turnbull welcomes deal

Former prime minister and treasurer Paul Keating has slammed the planned takeover of Fairfax by Nine, saying the "pus" from the "carbuncle" that is Nine's news culture will infect Fairfax and undermine quality journalism

'Zombie blocks' to pull Sydney apartment prices even lower


Sydney's falling apartment prices look set to continue into the next decade, with leading economists and real estate analysts predicting ongoing construction and the rise of so-called zombie blocks will pull prices lower

Former One Nation adviser Sean Black sentenced to five years' jail for raping his former wife


Former One Nation adviser Sean Black has been sentenced to five years' jail for raping and assaulting his former wife, but his sentence will be suspended after two years and three months