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A detainee is challenging the government’s curfew laws in the High Court, the RBA governor warns of more interest rate pain and Gaza ceasefire deal reached.
The Optus boss will face a Senate grilling over the telco’s outage, the government strikes deal with opposition to pass emergency detainee laws and Albanese is in the US.
In his decision, Judge John C. Judge criticized the way in which journalists continue to cover the case. Kohberger is accused of murdering four Idaho college students last November.
Gender-affirming care being considered for Medicare funding, Australian Navy divers injured after sonar pulses detected and government cautious about Israel-Hamas pause.
The NBA is looking into allegations that Oklahoma City Thunder shooting guard Josh Giddey, 21, had an inappropriate relationship with a minor. The age of consent in Oklahoma is 16. According to the Daily Mail, provocative videos and pictures appeared on social media earlier this week showing Giddey with a girl of unknown age. One image that allegedly shows the Australian native with the girl is captioned, "just f ed josh giddey." ESPN indicated that a since-deleted viral post from an...
The pause in fighting in Gaza will extend for an extra two days, Bruce Lehrmann’s cross-examination continues in court and the fallout from the sacking of Home Affairs secretary boss Mike Pezzullo.
Gardaí are investigating an attack on a man in Dublin city centre last night in which the victim appeared to be hit with a machete.
The live-action series titled 'Gormiti — The New Era' follows four boys training to master their elemental powers.
A boatload of people arrived on Australia’s west coast from Indonesia undetected, a ceasefire in Gaza is expected to start today and Bruce Lerhmann’s defamation trial continues.
Labor is pushing the Coalition to support its emergency laws that aim to manage released immigration detainees, Brittany Higgins returns to the witness box in the Lehrmann defamation trial and the fifth day of the Israel-Hamas ceasefire continues.
Explanation expected on legal decision that has led to trouble for the