Two men arrested, two armed men on the run after Sydney crime rampage

Two men have been arrested and two are on the run after a series of home invasions, car jackings and a high-speed crash in Sydney's south-west

Man charged with murder of Sydney woman

Samah Baker knew the man who allegedly killed her, police say, as they continue to search for the Sydney woman's body and a car they believe is linked to her murder

Woman, 84, dies after being rescued from car submerged in NSW river

An elderly woman, who was pulled from her car after it plunged into the Wilsons River at Lismore yesterday, has died in hospita

Manhunt underway following crime spree in Sydney's south-west


A police operation is underway in Sydney’s south-west, following two home invasions, two carjackings, and a high-speed crash


Elderly people breaking the law to use medicinal cannabis for the aches and pains of ageing

Sixty-five-year-old Julie has never smoked a joint in her life but has started treating herself with medicinal cannabis for pain

Suspects in fatal shooting at Melbourne boxing tournament arrested in NSW

Heavily armed police in New South Wales have arrested two men wanted over a fatal shooting at a boxing event in Melbourne's inner north-west

NSW man who helped fiancée kill her ex-husband jailed

A man who helped his fiancée kill her ex-husband and dump him by a road has been jailed for at least four years and nine months in the NSW Supreme Court

WA govt rejects EPA carbon neutral advice

A recommendation by Western Australia's environmental watchdog that new emissions-intensive projects should be carbon neutral has been swiftly rejected by the state government

Father thanks man who rescued daughter from Craigieburn sexual assault

A Melbourne father has made a tearful appeal for a man who rescued his daughter as she was being sexually assaulted in a park yesterday afternoon to come forward

European backpacker says she felt like a 'slave' during two-day rape ordeal in 'dirty pig shed'

A European backpacker who was kidnapped, raped and held captive in an old pig shed on a South Australian farm has told the court she was treated like a "slave" and felt "powerless" during the terrifying ordeal

Bunyip State Park fire destroyed 29 houses, Victorian authorities confirm

Victorian authorities have confirmed 29 houses were destroyed in a bushfire that was sparked by lightning strikes in the Bunyip State Park in eastern Victoria a week ago

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أفاد التلفزيون المصري، الخميس، بوقوع تبادل لإطلاق النار بين قوة أمنية ومجموعة من المتشددين على الطريق الدائري غربي العاصمة المصرية، القاهرة

Footage shows moment axe-wielding man threatens mum and children and steals their car

Police have released CCTV footage showing the moment a man brandishing an axe and a knife threatened a mother and her two young children in Brisbane's north before stealing their car

Adelaide driving examiner accepted bribes to fund 'hedonistic' lifestyle, court hears

An Adelaide driving examiner accepted bribes in exchange for licences to fund his "hedonistic" extracurricular activities, the District Court has heard.
Jawad Joe Dimachki, 38, pleaded guilty to multiple corruption offences, including accepting bribes

Sydney construction worker injured in forklift rollover accident

A construction worker has been injured after the forklift he was driving rolled on top of him on Sydney’s north shore

ANZ email scam will steal your internet banking login credentials

ANZ banking customers are being warned over a new email scam exploiting the company’s branding to harvest login credentials

Geelong home peppered with bullets in daylight shooting

A Geelong home has been sprayed with bullets in a drive-by shooting this morning

Interest rates may get cut as economy founders

The Reserve Bank could make interest rate cuts to bolster an economy that has entered what some experts have labelled a "per capita recession"

Bill Shorten pushes for minimum wage rise

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has pushed for a rise in the minimum wage

Mr Shorten said the minimum wage would still be set by the independent umpire under a Labor government, but argued it needed to be higher

Baden Bond's father jailed for 12 years after abandoning toddler at boat ramp

A meth-using father who abandoned his baby son at a boat ramp south of Brisbane 12 years ago has been sentenced to 12 years in jail