Simona Zafirovska found guilty of murdering her mother with plank while she slept

A woman who bludgeoned her mother to death in their Brisbane home with a plank of fake wood has been found guilty of murder

NSW election confusion, chaos as computer problem shuts several pre-poll centres

Hundreds of voters are being turned away from pre-poll stations across NSW after a problem with the Electoral Commission's computers, with one candidate describing the situation as a "disgrace"

Two dead in horror crash, police charge alleged drunk driver who fled scene

man who was driving a stolen four-wheel drive involved in a crash that killed two women in Sydney's south-west blew 0.166 in a breath test and has been charged

Father who threw six-month-old daughter on floor before going to park found guilty of murder

A Perth man who told police he shook his six-month-old baby and then threw her onto the ground because she would not stop crying has been convicted of murder

Australian cardinal sentenced 6 years for child abuse

Australia’s top Catholic cardinal was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison on charges of sexual assault

Europa League: Teams battle for quarter final ticket

The second-leg matches of UEFA Europa League's Round of 16 will kick off on Thursday

Turkish president slams 'tyrant' Israeli premier

Turkey’s president said the Israeli premier was a "tyrant massacring Palestinian children"

Sydney swim teacher charged with sexual abuse of two girls

A 20-year-old swimming instructor has been charged with sexually abusing two young girls during lessons on Sydney's north shore

BeSeated Arrives to the Vibrant City of Beirut Connecting the Elite to More Luxury Experiences

BeSeated, a leading Elite Social Concierge, has been providing its members with access to exclusive luxury experiences across the globe. Since its launch in January 2015 in Dubai, BeSeated has established their social platform in over 20 cities in different parts of the world.


Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s 3-day visit to Iraq should sound alarm bells across the Middle East. Rouhani, who is often portrayed as a reformist and a moderate by the western media, is a wolf in sheep’s clothing

Boeing 737 MAX 8 operations suspended in Australia after Ethiopian Airlines crash

Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) says it is suspending operations of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane in Australia after a deadly crash killed 157 people in Ethiopia at the weekend

Woman, 19, accused of choking man to death after meeting on dating app

A young Melbourne woman who allegedly choked a man to death after meeting him on a dating app had a long history of self-harm and mental health problems, a court has been told

Teenage boy dies in skydiving tragedy day before 18th birthday

A teenage boy has died in a skydiving accident reportedly just one day shy of his 18th birthday

Pell to learn sentence for abusing boys

Disgraced cardinal George Pell has had a two-week taste of life behind bars and on Wednesday he'll know just how much longer he'll spend in custody

Alleged truck thief arrested after prime mover gets stuck on bridge during getaway

A man who allegedly stole a truck from a Salisbury South business has been arrested by police after the prime mover became stuck on a bridge while heading towards Adelaide's salt flats

Doctor claims 'MDMA not that dangerous'

As debate rages in NSW and Victoria over pill testing at festivals, one GP has weighed in saying MDMA “is not that dangerous”

Fifth person shot dead in Vic over 10 days

A man has been shot dead in southeast Melbourne in the fifth fatal shooting in the city in less than a fortnight

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Nationals MPs not ruling out move on leader Michael McCormack before next election

Nervous Nationals MPs are not ruling out a move on their leader, Michael McCormack, before the next election unless he significantly hardens his calls for a taxpayer underwrite of a coal-fired power station

Gun ownership in NSW surges past 1 million mark just in time for state election

Data showing NSW has a fast-growing appetite for gun ownership has fuelled a battle between the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party and the Greens just a fortnight from the state election