Chopper pilot dies fighting NSW bushfire
A helicopter pilot has died in a crash as he fought a fire on NSW’s South Coast, while a watch and act alert has been issued for a blaze north of Newcastle.
The Federal Court has awarded a NSW man $16,000 in damages after finding he was discriminated against by an RSL which repeatedly kicked out his “pungent” dog.
Security, trade and energy are on the agenda for a five-day visit to Australia by Polish President Andrzej Duda.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will go back to parliament and talk to his colleagues about energy policy for the second week in a row.
The corporate regulator has criticised the federal government for allowing grandfathered commissions, during questioning at the banking royal commission.
Coalition MPs have rejected reports Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is being urged to challenge Malcolm Turnbull for the leadership.
One of Australia’s most decorated soldiers, Ben Roberts-Smith, is taking legal action against Fairfax Media with more than $1.2 million potentially at stake.
Australia’s corporate regulator has pledged to do all it can to stop “concerning practices” within the financial sector, a parliamentary committee has heard.
The Reserve Bank and a new report have warned of a hit to economic growth from the ongoing drought, with a potential cost of up to $12 billion.
Older Australians are increasingly opting to stay in their homes using home care packages, but critics warn demand is outstripping government funding.
A grandfather did not ask a “preacher” to perform a cupping ceremony to remove black magic put on his grandson, a NSW jury has been told.
The banking royal commission has provided much-needed ‘disinfectant’ for the sector which has put a focus on sales before customer service.
A NSW prisoner has been found not guilty of organising the execution-style murder of a crown witness in a drug case.
A plan to cut company tax rates will be negotiated with crossbench senators until the last minute, Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says.
ANOTHER one bites the dust. Wistaria Cafe has closed its doors after 17 years after negotiations with the Campaspe Shire could not reach a lease agreement. And tenant Eric Grumont had simply had enough. ‘‘We have just had a gutful,’’ he told...
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The Shepparton South Sudanese community is heartbroken following the death of former Shepparton resident Laa Chol in Melbourne last week.