IRAN: Activities by Resistance Units nationwide

During the first week of November 2019, despite suppressive measures by the clerical regime, the Resistance Units hung and posted large banners carrying pictures of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)

Man shot multiple times in Penrith, airlifted to hospital

A man has been shot multiple times in a brazen daylight attack in Sydney's west

Robyn Lindholm jailed for 28 years for murder of lover George Templeton

A woman has been sentenced to 28 years in prison for the 2005 murder of her de facto partner George Templeton — the second time she has been jailed for murdering a lover

Underpaid workers remain out of pocket months after employers apologise

A growing list of companies have admitted to underpaying workers, turning themselves in to the Fair Work Ombudsman and issuing mea culpas in the media, but it can be months or years before employees see any of the cash they are owed

NSW Police manhunt after St Peters stabbing leaves one dead, another critical

A suspect wanted over a fatal stabbing at an inner-Sydney construction site was last seen hitching a ride about 6 kilometres from the crime scene

NSW Police Minister says he would want officers to strip-search his children

New South Wales Police Minister David Elliott says he "would want" officers to strip-search his children, after new data revealed 122 underage girls had been subjected to the practice since 2016

Medibank blames $21m blowout on prosthesis claims, warns of higher payouts in 2020

Medibank Private has revealed a $21 million cost blowout for the insurance claims it paid out last year, a trend likely to continue into 2020

Two bodies found at Far North Queensland waterfall believed to be missing Townsville couple

Police say a couple found dead at Goldsborough, 46 kilometres south-west of Cairns, had fallen down a waterfall

Hunt for 'random' gunman ends in arrest after woman shot in the head as she sat in her car

Police say "there is no longer a risk" to the public now that a man has been arrested over a shooting in Canberra's inner south, just two blocks from Parliament House

Dashcam footage shows horror two-car crash at Adelaide intersection

Police are investigating a horror two-car smash at an Adelaide intersection, which left a woman with serious injuries

Sydney deports second tourist carrying pork in mooncakes amid fears of spreading deadly pig disease

A Vietnamese man carrying four kilograms of pork-filled mooncakes has been turned away from Australia after failing to declare he was carrying food

Crust pizza Hobart franchise fined $104,000 for paying foreign workers less than Australians

The operators of a pizza restaurant in Hobart have been fined $104,000 for discriminating against four foreign employees by adopting a different pay scheme and paying them much less than their Australian co-workers

Central coast teenagers seriously injured after allegedly being struck by drunk ride-share driver

Police have charged a ride-share driver who allegedly ran down a group of teenagers while drunk, on the New South Wales central coast

NSW Law Enforcement Complaints Commission funding row reveals 2 per cent of complaints fully investigated

A woman is pulled over by NSW police highway patrol officers for driving an unregistered vehicle

NSW Government reward of $100,000 for information relating to the 1999 murder of a ‘rock n roll’ dance teache

A NSW Government reward of $100,000 for information relating to the 1999 murder of a ‘rock n roll’ dance teacher in Sydney’s west remains in place

Perth police pursuit ends in dramatic citizen's arrest

A getaway driver's wild ride through the heart of Perth has ended in a dramatic citizen's arrest

Neighbour saw Sydney man who was later shot 'kidnapped' in street

A Sydney man has told how he saw a neighbour being bundled into a car at gunpoint, after a man was allegedly abducted and shot in the chest in the city's south west

Canberra commuters warned over snake on a train

Commuters on Canberra's light rail system have been cautioned to watch out for slippery passengers after a snake was spotted on the tracks this afternoon

House prices on the rise in Melbourne and Sydney

The property market has gained momentum with house prices enjoying their sharpest monthly rise in more than four years

Childcare centre charged after dashcam films toddlers escaping and running on road

A major childcare business, which operates 70 kindergarten and daycare centres around Melbourne, will face court after two toddlers escaped from a childcare centre and ran onto a busy road