Woman dies after falling from cliff at one of Sydney's most popular selfie spots


A Sydney woman has died after falling from a cliff in the city's east, with witnesses telling police she may have been taking photos at the time

Teen stabbed after junior Rugby League match


A teenager has been stabbed while trying to run from his alleged attacker in Sydney's west

Naked man on train station roof puts Perth street in lockdown


A Perth street was placed in lockdown today as police tried to coax a naked man down from a train station roof

Man found dead in car in Melbourne's west



A man has been found dead in a shopping centre car park in Melbourne's western suburbs

Four injured in Maroubra boat crash


Emergency crews were called to Marine Parade in Maroubra after a boat crashed onto rocks

Traffic backed up in Lake Macquarie bushfire


Fire crews are currently tackling a bushfire in the NSW Lake Macquarie area

Girl 'pushed to ground and sexually touched' by BMX-riding youths



A New South Wales girl has allegedly been sexually assaulted after a group of BMX riding youths pushed her to the ground while she walked along a road in Maitland

Australian tourist in New Zealand shot dead during campervan robbery in North Island's Raglan

A 33-year-old Australian man has been shot dead in New Zealand while having his campervan stolen by a suspect who remains at large, local police have confirmed

Homily of Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay Feast of the Assumption

Although it had been celebrated for over 1600 years, the dogma of the Assumption was declared by Pope Pius XII on 1 November 1950. At the time, it had a special significance not only for the Catholic Church but also to the whole world

Myki users' private data publicly released by Victorian government

Private details of Victorian public transport users including the areas they live and whether they travel alone have been made available for anyone to access, it has been revealed

Myki users' private data publicly released by Victorian government

Private details of Victorian public transport users including the areas they live and whether they travel alone have been made available for anyone to access, it has been revealed

Search for missing swimmer continues on NSW far south coast


A search is continuing for a missing swimmer on the NSW far south coast.
The 42-year-old man, who is from Victoria, went for a run before a swim at 5.30pm yesterday at Gillards Beach near Tathra

Facebook admits it paid contractors to transcribe private Messenger audio clips


Facebook says it paid contractors to transcribe audio clips from users of its Messenger service, which has raised more privacy concerns for a company that has question marks over its users' privacy protections

Students expelled from Queensland school after brawl

A Queensland school has expelled a number of students after a brawl at an Ipswich shopping centre

Man accused of armed robbery spree


A man accused of a crime spree across several suburbs in Sydney's south is now behind bars

Man dies in water skiing accident


A man has died in a water skiing accident near Pitt Town, north of Sydney
Police and paramedics were called after the man suffered extensive leg and hip injuries

Police seize car John Ibrahim was travelling in

Sydney nightclub baron John Ibrahim has had the car he was travelling in seized by police in the city's east

Bourke Street attack victims' families fight Victoria Police bid to suppress review

Families of the six people killed in the Bourke Street car attack are fighting a legal bid by Victoria Police to keep secret an internal review of police operations in the days and hours leading up to the deadly rampage

Sydney stabbing victim identified as 24yo Michaela Dunn

The 24-year-old woman killed in a Clarence Street apartment in Sydney's CBD yesterday has been identified as Michaela Dunn