A toddler is in hospital with a fractured skull and cuts to his head and neck after a dingo dragged him from his bed on Queensland’s Fraser Island. The boy’s family were camping in a remote area of the
Thousands gather as city embraces theme of ‘fearless’ for its 41st LGBT parade The pop star Kylie Minogue, drag queens, glitter and flames dazzled the crowds at Sydney’s 41st Mardi Gras parade. Almost
MELBOURNE, Australia — The first point of the Australian Open men’s final on Sunday told the story of all that was to come. With his opening serve, Novak Djokovic stretched Rafael Nadal wide, sending Spaniard
Richard Harris and Craig Challen honoured for their work in global team who freed Wild Boars football team Two cave divers who helped in the dramatic rescue of 12 boys and their coach from a flooded Thai
Ruth Hennings, Diana Travis, Alfred Neal and Dulcie Flower honoured for service to their communities On the day of the 1967 referendum, Ruth Hennings was handing out “vote yes” flyers at a local school
Women account for 37.5% of those honoured – a record but still short of the 40% target promised by Labor This year’s Australia Day honours list has the highest proportion of women ever – but female recipients
More than 100,000 people attended Invasion Day events in 2018 and crowds are tipped to grow this year Scott Morrison may encourage Australians to “get around” the annual national celebration of 26 January,
Culture warriors’ policy amounts to listening to what scientists say we need to do, then doing the opposite The mass death of fish in Menindee Lakes is a disaster that has been a long time in the making.
Victorian government will not re-route the road but is looking at ‘several options’ to ensure its safety Key sections of Victoria’s Great Ocean Road are at risk from erosion and need urgent action, a report
Diplomatic headquarters in Canberra also targeted as firefighters remove bags labelled ‘Danger asbestos’ The United States, Pakistani, Swiss, Indian, South Korean and New Zealand consulates in Melbourne
More than 2,500 treated for bluebottle stings on the Gold and Sunshine coasts More than 2,500 people have been treated for bluebottle stings on the Gold and Sunshine coasts in Queensland as jellyfish beaches
Ad Standards finds Brisbane ad breached firearm storage rules but product ‘legally allowed to be advertised’ The advertising industry’s regulatory body Ad Standards has upheld more than a dozen complaints
Early in Howard’s prime ministership he confronted the horror of the Port Arthur massacre and its aftermath One of the most enduring legacies of the early Howard years is comprehensive national gun control.