Sydney set for more property falls, but some NSW towns and suburbs are fighting back

Sydney's brutal property downturn is set to continue, with a new report predicting a 5 per cent fall in prices in the first half of the year — however there are some suburbs bucking the trend

The Iranian people’s right to resistance and freedom needs to be recognized

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi welcomed the United States’ distancing itself from policies whose first victims have been the Iranian people and the Iranian Resistance

Man, 65, dies during Lorne's Pier to Pub open water swim

A man has died during the Pier to Pub open water swim at Lorne, on Victoria's Great Ocean Road

Teen charged with murder over Sydney hair salon stabbing

A teenager has been charged with murder after allegedly stabbing a 20-year-old man who was getting his hair cut in a western Sydney salon

Human rights group urges for int'l probe into Khashoggi

The slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi case should become a subject of an international probe, an Amnesty International Turkey official said.

US lawmakers demand justice for Khashoggi 100 days on

U.S. lawmakers on Thursday demanded justice for slain Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, 100 days after he was brutally slain by Saudi agents

Most uni students get a job within months of finishing but some courses do better than others

Thousands of prospective students will receive first-round university offers today ahead of the 2019 academic year

Australian teenager killed in Austrian alps avalanche while on family skiing holiday

A Sydney teenager has died after being "completely buried" in 2 metres of snow by an avalanche while on a family holiday in the Austrian alps yesterday

?What's changed one year since the start of our recycling crisis

Almost 12 months after a crisis within Australia's recycling sector came to light, local councils and businesses are still looking for answers from government at state and federal levels

Claims cod killed in Menindee algal bloom were 100 years old disputed by academic

Claims that the Murray cod that perished in a mass fish death in the Darling River this week had lived through "two world wars" and were a century old have been disputed by an academic

Dog attacks on electricity staff spark ban on reading meters across Queensland

Workers from both Energex and Ergon Energy in Queensland will no longer enter yards to read meters where dogs are not securely restrained, after the two companies recorded 71 injuries from dog bites in just over a year

Iran : protests by teachers more frequent, organized and expansive

Since anti-government demonstrations erupted throughout Iran in December 2017 , strikes have become a popular way for citizens of different walks of life and social classes to protest the corruption and inefficiency of the Iranian regime

'Flying' car in Macquarie Fields jumps into back of council truck

A Campbelltown Council tipper truck certainly took on an unexpected load yesterday when a Holden Astra landed in its tray in Macquarie Fields in south-west Sydney

Asbestos contained in suspicious packages sent to consulates and embassies, police allege

A Victorian man has been charged after dozens of packages, which police allege contained asbestos, were sent to consulates and embassies in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra

?Police investigating the death of a two-year-old boy in Sydney’s south-west ..Can you help

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or Information is treated in strict confidence

Home loan borrowers should brace for new year pain as BoQ raises interest rates

It is already an unhappy new year for Bank of Queensland home loan customers, who will this week be hit with an increase in interest rates set to cost the average borrower an extra $24 a month

Police investigating after consulates and embassies in Melbourne and Canberra receive suspicious packages

Authorities are investigating after suspicious packages were found at several foreign consulates and embassies across Melbourne and Canberra

?who conduct the protests in Iran

he Iranian general strikes are a series of protests that are taking place across Iran against the economic situation. Over the past 12 months, a single week hasn’t passed where some sort of protest and demonstration has not taken place in Iran.

Council of Resistance of Iran in Norway

Statement of the Representative Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in Norway

About plots of the mullahs' Intelligence Ministry and Embassy, and their agents and mercenaries

Tullamarine Freeway sign falls and crushes car, injuring Melbourne driver

A driver has cheated death after a massive overhead road sign fell and crushed her car as she drove along Melbourne's Tullamarine Freeway