The University of Sydney is investigating whether all of its buildings are free of flammable cladding as federal and state ministers agreed on a taskforce.
Magistrate condemns drunken hate speech in disorderly conduct case
EXPERTS are hoping to tap into the love Aussies have for their canine companions - and our penchant for spending money on them.
A woman who suffers a rare medical condition that makes her allergic to cold temperatures has been able to fulfil a lifelong ambition.
Excess weight is a huge problem in Australia. It's a killer and its getting worse. Accusing anyone who brings that up of fat shaming is not helping anyone.
He was in the front passenger seat of a car travelling on Malchi Nine Mile Rd when it veered off the road and crashed into a tree.
Pisasale is giving evidence about his involvement with Chinese-born woman Yutian Li, who is a co-accused in the extortion case along with solicitor McKenzie.
The biggest residential developer in Cairns has had its licence suspended as the building industry watchdog investigates its financial position.
A DEVELOPER is taking Ballina Shire Council to court over ongoing delays to a new residential development, which is leaving landowners in limbo.
Cycling & MTB
EWAN takes out his first Tour victory after edging a close sprint on Stage 11 in Toulouse on Wednesday
There's only one problem this young entrepreneur regularly faces - the police. The reason why just makes Wayne Gough's achievements seem more impressive.
At Wednesday's public hearing into aged care and end of life car, Lyn called for change to stop people dying a painful death
A LENNOX Head man who has been accused of holding a woman's head underwater has brought his inflatable surf mat to court as evidence.
POLICE have charged two men over fraudulent checks when they attempted to buy new phones at a Lismore store.
THE Bruxner Highway has been closed at two locations near Lismore.
Ban the shark net campaigners hit Noosa on Wednesday to raise awareness of the thousands of animals caught in a system they say doesn't protect people.
When a view becomes part of us, it may do good or harm, so make sure your thoughts are headed in the right direction.
'Just because wild horses don’t bring the government money it doesn’t mean they should be gotten rid of, the best things in life are free.'
A GLADSTONE mother who scammed the system for over three years and claimed over $35,000 in Centrelink benefits she wasn't entitled to has been jailed.
MORE than two million Australians have already lodged their returns but it’s resulting in many making mistakes that could cost them money.