Officer allegedly tasered in arrest attempt at a west Sydney train station


Police have charged a man after an officer was allegedly tasered during an arrest Friday afternoon at Yennora train station, in Sydney's west

Culture and Arts : Lebanon International Festival of Contemporary Dance: Open call for Dancers


Tiro Association for Arts invites the participation for the Lebanese Festival of Contemporary Dance in its first edition, which will take place in the Lebanese National Theatre from 13 to 16 July 2019

Muslims Australia – AFIC held its 55th Annual Congress in Sydney

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The Congress brings together delegates from all of the State and Territory
Councils and Member societies from across the country to review the year past
and contribute to the next years goals and objectives

NSW Police Force..Crime Stoppers: $1 million for information into the murder of Albury teenager Bronwynne Richardson


The NSW Government has increased a reward to $1 million for information into the murder of Albury teenager Bronwynne Richardson more than four decades ago

Two people die in multi-vehicle crash, closes the M1 Princes Motorway in Wollongong

A major emergency operation is underway after two people died, and as many as nine others have been injured, in a multi-vehicle crash at Wollongong south of Sydney

Car drives off first-floor car park at Westfield Marion Shopping Centre

A driver has received serious injuries after his car ploughed through a metal barrier off the first floor of a Westfield shopping centre car park in Adelaide's south, crashed to the ground and landed upside down

Elderly woman, 94, robbed in retirement home after stranger pretends to lose child

A 94-year-old woman has been robbed in her Sunshine Coast retirement village after opening the door to what appeared to be a distraught mother making a desperate call for help

Pedestrian dies in hospital after being hit by truck near Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne

A woman has died in hospital after being struck by a truck turning a corner in West Melbourne near the Queen Victoria Market

ATO eyeing tax return claims for cars, travel, mobile phones, internet and rental deductions

Unsubstantiated or higher-than-expected tax deductions relating to cars, travel, clothing, mobile phone and internet use, and rental properties are among the top claims the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will be eyeing this tax time

Influenza outbreak kills 37 Victorians, including hospital worker in state's east

Victorian health authorities say 37 people have died from influenza so far this year, including a Gippsland hospital worker who had been immunised before falling ill

Trump knows why Turkey needs Russian S-400: Erdogan

The U.S. president knows Turkey’s security concerns, and why it needs Russian S-400 air defense system, Turkish president said in an interview with Japanese media

Wealth climbs, but so does mortgage debt

A resurgent share market helped household wealth edge higher in the March quarter, but plummeting house prices meant mortgage debt continued to grow faster than the value of real estate assets

High Court to determine Aboriginal right to exclude public from popular camping beaches



Many Australians regard the beach as a place that belongs to everyone, where no-one can be excluded. But the truth of that notion is on its way to be tested by the High Court

Venezuela foils ‘Maduro assassination & military coup’ plot

Venezuelan intelligence says it has foiled an assassination attempt against President Nicolas Maduro, which envisioned a group of rogue officers storming the presidential palace and installing an imprisoned general in his stead

Mascot Towers documents seized by local council could reveal structural problems

A local council has retrieved documents relating to Sydney's evacuated Mascot Towers which could help pinpoint the cause of the building's issues

Singleton community in shock after house fire claims lives of three 'little angels'

Tash Hunter has known Kara Atkins for years. Yesterday she raced to the young mother's home in Britcliffe Close, Singleton, as soon as she heard about the fire — a fire that has changed the tightknit community forever

CCTV released as police hunt for man over Five Dock shooting murder

Police searching for a man they believe was involved in the shooting murder of Five Dock man John Odisho in April have released CCTV footage of a vehicle of interest

Donald Trump quizzes Scott Morrison on Liberal leadership spill during G20 meeting

Buenos Aires: Prime Minister Scott Morrison had to explain the Liberal Party’s leadership spill to Donald Trump in their first meeting, after the US President asked how the Australian government removed its last leader

Three children die in house fire at Singleton in New South Wales Hunter Valley

Three children have died in an 'intense' house fire at Singleton in the New South Wales Hunter Valley

Tasmania could become the first state to criminalise 'gender normalisation' surgeries

Performing sex-assignment surgery on intersex children without their consent could be criminalised in Tasmania if the State Government accepts a proposal put forward by the Tasmania Law Reform Institute