Daily aspirin pointless: landmark study

A daily aspirin will not lower the risk of death or heart attacks in healthy older people but will increase the risk of internal bleeding, a major Australian-American study has found

Defqon.1: NSW Premier vows to shut down festival after suspected overdose deaths

The New South Wales Premier has vowed to do everything she can to shut down Defqon.1, after two people died in suspected overdoses at the popular Sydney music festival on Saturday night

أستراليا تحتل المرتبة الأولى لناحية رغد العيش والجنسية الأسترالية بين أفضل عشر جنسيات في العالم

أستراليا تحتل المرتبة الأولى لناحية رغد العيش بين دول منظمة التعاون الاقتصادي والتنمية والتي تضم أكثر بلدان العالم تقدماً

Police car hit 124km/h with no lights, sirens before smashing into Gai Vieira's car

Police have confirmed that the police officer who crashed into Gai Vieira's car at Cronulla this month was travelling at a speed of 124 km/hr in a 70km/hr zone, without flashing lights or sirens

NSW government told in 2012 light rail project would waste hundreds of millions

A "cabinet in confidence" document prepared for the NSW Government forecast the Sydney CBD light rail project would be a loss-maker

Strawberry tampering: Copycat case prompts warning from authorities to cut up fruit


Police and health authorities are warning families to cut up their fruit, after a copycat case in Gatton, west of Brisbane, where a rod was placed inside a punnet of strawberries at a Coles supermarket

Government brings forward $106 million in aged-care funding

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will bring forward $106 million in aged-care funding, after labelling it as one of his top priorities

Wentworth by-election called for October 20

A by-election in former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull's seat of Wentworth will be held on October 20 — the first vote since the Government's chaotic leadership spill

Police start new search at missing woman Lyn Dawson's home


NSW Police have commenced a forensic search at the former home of Lynette Dawson in Bayview, on Sydney's northern beaches

re-instatement of Malek Fahd Islamic School’s funding

Muslims Australia – AFIC  is  pleased to see reports today that the    Commonwealth has    
agreed to re-instate funding to the Malek Fahd Islamic School (MFIS).        MFIS is animportant community institution and for it to have its immediate future

New Details on the Iranian Regime’s Terrorist Activities in Europe

The UK Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) will discuss new details on the

Questions over 'war on drugs' as data shows NSW drug busts were accidentally counted twice

Data used to back up the use of drug sniffer dogs at music festivals and praise police busts has been "double counted", raising questions over the legitimacy of drug-related strategies in NSW

'Up to' five people, including women and children, found dead at Perth home

Multiple bodies were found at a home in Coode Street in Bedford after a man went to a regional West Australian police station

Liberals lose Wagga Wagga state seat held for more than 60 years

The Liberals have lost the 2018 Wagga Wagga state by-election in NSW, ABC election analyst Antony Green has said

Iraq parliament holds emergency talks as Basra burns


Iraqi lawmakers met Saturday in emergency session Saturday to discuss the crisis in public services in main southern city Basra after 12 protesters were killed this week, the Iranian consulate torched and its airport hit by rockets

Investigation into Sydney's underworld killings uncovers 'mafia-like' syndicates

New South Wales detectives have charged a number of people who they allege were core members of a violent crime syndicate behind to the city's spate of underworld killings

Residents furious after builder being pursued over combustible cladding goes into administration


Residents in apartments bound in combustible cladding fear they will have no option but to pay millions of dollars to make their homes safe again, after construction company Hickory placed its subsidiary, H Buildings, into voluntary administration

Iran: 11 executions in Zahedan and Gohardasht prisons

On September 3 and 5, the mullahs’ inhuman regime executed 11 prisoners in the Zahedan and Gohardasht (Karaj) prisons. Three of these prisoners were sent to the gallows at Zahedan Prison at dawn on Tuesday September 3. The three prisoners, aged 21 to 24, were sentenced to death on the charge of killing

Iraq assembly to hold emergency session on Basra unrest


Iraqi Interim Parliament Speaker Mohammed Ali Zaini has called on newly-elected MPs to convene an emergency assembly session on Saturday to discuss ongoing unrest in the southern Basra province

Melbourne police release vision of street attack near MCG after AFL match

Victoria Police has released footage of a "vicious" bashing near the MCG that left a man with serious facial injuries and another with a broken arm after last night's AFL qualifying final in Melbourne