Brother charged after stand-off shooting

广东时时彩11选五 One of two brothers shot in a stand-off with police in northeastern Victoria has been charged with offences including assaulting officers.

Duo charged over senior Vic cop bashing

Two men have been charged over the bashing of an off-duty senior police officer near a Melbourne train station.

Aged care respite lacking in remote WA

Unable to access respite services for her dementia-sufferer sister, a Kimberley woman had no choice but to take her on a 1000km drive to a desert funeral.

Seaweed farmers sue over Aussie oil spill

A class action trial against an oil company over a 2009 spill in northern Australia has begun in the Federal Court in Sydney.

Vic records 31 flu deaths so far this year

Flu cases and deaths in Victoria continue to climb as winter sets in, prompting the health minister to urge people to get vaccinated and stay home if sick.

Qld minister Enoch 'devastated' by Adani

Queensland's Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch has been filmed telling an an anti-Adani protester that she is devastated by the mine's impact.

NSW education budget to jump by $1.2b

The NSW education budget will reach $18.5 billion in 2019/20, an increase of $1.2 billion on the previous year.

Farmers 'at the heart' of NSW budget

Dominic Perrottet says the upcoming NSW budget will lock in the government's election promises and support the state's farmers.

Funeral service for Darwin shooting victim

One of the four victims from the recent shootings in Darwin has been farewelled at a funeral service.

Surviving fish tested after NSW mass kills

The NSW government says it will sample fish populations in the lower Darling River following several mass kill events to help protect the river in the future.

Vic man arrested over Shae Francis' death

Queensland police will extradite a Victorian man over the death of a woman who vanished after visiting a sick relative in Hervey Bay last year.

WhatsApp joins search for lost backpacker

Encrypted chat service WhatsApp says it is cooperating with authorities as the search for missing Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez continues in Byron Bay.

Coroner urges Tas traffic light review

The death of an off-duty Queensland policewoman killed when hit by a bus in Hobart has prompted urgent calls for a review of traffic light operations.

Early themes of Vic mental health inquiry

Suicide prevention and stigma surrounding mental illness will be the two key themes of the first hearings for Victoria's mental health royal commission.

Fresh NSW faces set to join the Senate

Six NSW senators have officially been declared from the May 18 election, with five new faces set to join the upper house when parliament returns.

Government puts tax cut heat on Labor

The Morrison government says its focus is getting Labor on board its income tax plan, rather than seeking the support of crossbenchers.

Manus contract up to department: ministers

Labor says it's extraordinary that the Home Affairs department is about to renew a multi-million dollar contract controversially awarded to a small firm.

Plan for Australians living with pain

A new national plan aims to improve the lives of people living with ongoing pain, calling for more Medicare-funded services and better informed doctors.

Vic council behaviour, donations crackdown

Victoria's 79 councils will face tougher standards of behaviour and political donations if the state government gets its way.

Vic cold case rapist awaits sentencing

A Victorian man who took part in gang-raping a woman on New Year's Day in 1986 has since "got his life back on track," his lawyer claims.

Qld man loses hands in industrial accident

A man has been taken to hospital after being pulled by his hands into an industrial machine in southern Queensland.

Perth man set woman, house on fire: police

A Perth man who allegedly set fire to a woman, then her house, will face a bedside hearing in hospital where he is being treated for hand burns.

Rosie Batty joins Melbourne hospital board

Anti-family violence campaigner Rosie Batty has been appointed to the board of Melbourne's Royal Women's Hospital.

Elderly suffer hypothermia at home: study

Elderly Melburnians are suffering hypothermia in their own homes, according to doctors at The Alfred hospital.

Consumer watchdog warns of NBN scammers

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and NBN Co are concerned about a growing number of scammers.

Labor pushes trade ties with neighbours

Labor has set up a task force of federal MPs to promote trade between northern Australian businesses and neighbouring countries.

Prisoner escapes on way to Qld hospital

Queensland police are hunting for an injured prisoner who escaped as he was being taken to a hospital with an injured hand.

Penrith's May faces court over sex tapes

NRL player Tyrone May has again appeared in court for allegedly filming two women engaging in sexual acts without their knowledge.

Man charged over SA one-punch assault

Police in Adelaide have charged a man over a one-punch assault in the city last month.

Child, 8, confronted in WA crime spree

A man has been injured and a child confronted by a knife-wielding man during an alleged crime spree northeast of Perth.

Albanese pushes New Zealand refugee offer

Labor remains keen for the federal government to take up New Zealand's offer to resettle some refugees, while 800 people remain in offshore detention centres.

Friends comment on Sydney Snapchat crash

The friends and victims of a Sydney woman, who fatally crashed into a car while diving recklessly on social media videos, have spoken about the tragic event.

Concerns for 2yo Tamil refugee's health

Concerns are held for the health of a two-year-old Tamil asylum-seeker family being held in an Australian detention centre.

Mother opts to take part in Vic euthanasia

A woman who has been given 12 months to live wants to be one of the first Victorians to access the voluntary euthanasia laws.

Five drug supply charges at Syd festival

Numerous people have been charged with drug supply or possession after police swooped on crowds at a Sydney dance festival.

Two males wanted over Vic assault

Victoria Police have released the images of two males they wish to speak to over an assault near a train station in a leafy Melbourne suburb.

Western Sydney's roads a NSW budget focus

The NSW government has hinted at an imminent opening of the M4 tunnels within Sydney's WestConnex project, two days out from the state's budget 2019-20.

Dutton revives broader cyber powers plan

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says the government's spy agencies need better capacity to deal with cyber attacks on domestic networks.

Vic man missing for more than two months

A 22-year-old Fitzroy North man has not been seen since April 10, leaving police and his family concerned for his welfare.

Public sector cuts expected in NSW budget

Jobs are expected to be cut when the NSW government demands departments reduce some expenses by five per cent under cost-saving measures in the state budget.

Man charged over death in fiery WA crash

A driver who crashed into bushland east of Perth on Wednesday has been charged over the death of one of his passengers.

P-plater 'drove 100km/h over speed limit'

South Australian police say they've nabbed one of the state's worst speeders in the last year, a P-plater allegedly driving more than 100km/h over the limit.

Qld govt may close cladding loopholes

Two years after London's Grenfell Tower fire, the Queensland government says inaction on cladding loopholes is risking safety and the construction industry.

Govt more interested in tax fight: Labor

Shadow treasurer Jim Chalmers says the Morrison government is more interested in a fight over its tax cuts than the good of the economy.

One man dead, one injured in WA crash

A man has died and another is in hospital after a four-wheel drive and a road train collided east of Geraldton in Western Australia.

Refugees to get mental health support

Four mental health programs will share $400,000 in federal funding for suicide prevention, including one for refugees which could extend to those offshore.

Tas man charged with trafficking cannabis

A man has been charged with trafficking cannabis after police found more than 107 plants as well as 4.6kg of the packaged drug in Tasmania.

A lift in agency power needs voter backing

Senior Labor MP Amanda Rishworth says any increase of power among intelligence agencies to tackle cyber crime would need the confidence of voters.

Taylor Swift surprises at US LGBT Landmark

SInger Taylor Swift is doubling down on her pro-LGBT activity with a surprise show before about 100 people at the Stonewall Inn in New York's Greenwich Village.

'Stop-Adani' protest to go global: Brown

Protesters lead by former Greens leader Bob Brown have protested against the Adani coal mine at a rally in Canberra.

Brisbane school block engulfed in flames

Police are investigating a blaze which destroyed a building at the Upper Mt Gravatt State School in Brisbane.

Vic judge slams videolink psych testing

A "disturbing new trend" of psychological testing over videolink, highlighted by a Victorian judge, could have ramifications for fairness, an expert warns.

Treasurer firm on budget amid slow growth

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the government remains committed to a surplus and won't borrow for extra stimulus measures should the economy slow even further.

Sydney tower evacuated after 'movement'

Residents of a high-rise tower in Sydney have been forced to leave their homes due to structural issues with the building, authorities say.

NZ woman jailed for 'savage' Vic stabbings

A New Zealand woman who stabbed two strangers in Melbourne in separate attacks which the judge described as "savage" has been sentenced to seven years in jail.

Election date change for Vic treaty group

The Treaty Advancement Commission has announced an extension to the timetable of the election to set up the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria.

Wannabe IS fighter walks from NSW jail

A Sydney man stopped at Sydney Airport trying to travel to Islamic State territories has been handed a five-year good behaviour bond.

Politicians unite in praise of Bob Hawke

Labor, Liberal and National politicians all agree that Bob Hawke's career was an "unbelievable journey" that left Australia a stronger and better place.

Ex-teacher denied bail over 'sexual abuse'

NSW detectives have charged a 26-year-old former teacher with the ongoing sexual abuse of an underage boy at a Sydney high school.

Notorious cult leader of The Family dies

Anne Hamilton-Byrne, the notorious cult leader of The Family, has reportedly died in a Melbourne aged-care home at 98 after a struggle with dementia.

Elderly fraudster loses deportation fight

An 80-year-old Queensland man convicted of defrauding Centrelink has failed in court to overturn a decision to cancel his visa.

Tasmanian bid to tackle one-punch attacks

The Tasmanian government has put funds towards a campaign aimed at reducing 'coward punch' attacks.

Bob Hawke's 'sadness on climate failure'

Bob Hawke's granddaughter has praised his environmental record while delivering criticism of Australia's "failure" to tackle climate change.

Witnesses had to stop drunk Wallaby's car

Rugby union international Tolu Latu remained asleep behind the wheel as passers-by climbed over him to stop his car rolling down a major Sydney road.

Qld man interfered with US woman's corpse

The former partner of missing American woman Priscilla Brooten allegedly interfered with her corpse 10 months after he is accused of murdering her.

Issues with robo-debt flagged with the UN

In a submission to the UN, the Human Rights Law Centre has flagged concerns with Centrelink's use of automation for penalties, saying it creates more poverty.

Fatal Vic crash driver lied about licence

A learner driver lied about being qualified to drive when he crashed a car into a tree in Victoria, killing his 15-year-old girlfriend.

'I'm watching you', Palaszczuk tells Adani

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she'll be making sure mining company Adani keeps its promises to create local jobs and protect the environment.

Energy company 'failed' Vic worker killed

Energy Australia has admitted it "failed" a Victorian power station worker who died after suffering severe burns at work.

Biggest unions back call for Setka to go

The three largest unions have backed a call from the ACTU secretary Sally McManus for Victorian CFMMEU boss John Setka to resign.

Colt family incest accused refused bail

A 37-year-old man has been refused bail ahead of his NSW trial alongside seven family members collectively charged with incest, child sexual abuse and lying.

Qld govt appeals child killers' sentences

A Queensland government appeal against the sentences handed to the killers of toddler Mason Jet Lee is being heard on Friday.

More jail time for gambling Vic granny

Problem gambler Kerry Caulfield, who stole more than $460,000 from her Victorian employer over three years, will have her jail sentence increased.

Laws to reduce Queensland kids in custody

Accused young offenders would only be detained as a last resort under proposed changes to youth justice legislation in Queensland.

Fine for woman clutching TV in moving car

Queensland police have issued a seatbelt warning to drivers after finding a woman unbuckled in the back of a moving car, clutching a large flatsceen TV.

Man trapped between tree and SUV in NSW

A man's death when he became trapped between an unoccupied SUV and a tree in southwest Sydney could be "misadventure", police say.

SA man pleads not guilty to rape at pool

A man has pleaded not guilty to raping and indecently assaulting a woman at an Adelaide aquatic centre.

Vic sex abuse victims get compensation win

Survivors of institutional abuse will be able to overturn unfair historical compensation payments under new reforms proposed by the Victorian government.

Bob Hawke's life celebrated in Sydney

A state memorial service is underway at the Sydney Opera House former prime minister Bob Hawke, who died on May 16.

Melbourne cafe workers back paid $25k

Twenty-six workers from inner Melbourne cafes will receive back payments totalling almost $25,000, following investigations by the workplace watchdog.

Evidence needs to steer anti-violence cash

An audit of federal government funding of measures aimed at reducing domestic violence finds it isn't being directed enough by evidence.

Nissan Australia HQ to open in Melbourne

Nissan Australia is planning to open its new headquarters and electric vehicle training centre in Melbourne's south east by late 2020.

Miner stoush could leave Labor in a hole

Anthony Albanese faces two challenging issues within Labor, with the approval of the Adani mine and controversy over a rogue union boss.

Vic waste stockpiles prompt harsher laws

A spate of fires at properties storing dangerous chemicals has prompted the Victorian government to announce a harsher penalty for breaches.

Labor awaits coalition tax plan modelling

Federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese says he's waiting for modelling of the third stage of the government's tax plan, and will then make a "sober assessment".

Fashion told not to rip off Mexican style

Mexico's Culture Secretary has written to US designers urging them to respect the culture and symbols of indigenous communities.

Man charged over Sydney home invasion

A man has been charged with multiple offences after breaking into a home in Sydney's inner west, arming himself with knives and barricading himself in a room.

Snake, gun and drugs found in Vic raid

A snake, firearm and more than $100,000 worth of drugs have been found during a raid in Melbourne's southeast.

Federal MP hasn't asked Adani about jobs

A federal MP who has spruiked the jobs Adani's mine will create in her Queensland electorate admits she's never asked for a precise figure.

Groups truck food into stricken NSW town

A coalition of Sydney community groups has partnered with a retail giant to get groceries to a drought-stricken town that had its only supermarket burn down.

US-China trade war needs resolution: Rudd

Former prime minister Kevin Rudd says there's a 50-50 chance the US-China trade war will be solved, with Australia facing potentially significant consequences.

Hobart cable car plan divides Tasmanians

Developers proposing a $54 million cable car for Hobart's Mount Wellington have lodged their application with council but opponents are planning more protests.

Milk recalled over contamination fears

Shoppers are being warned to check their milk following a recall of eight varieties sold in Victoria and NSW amid fears they may contain cleaning solution.

Fed govt supported coal mine: Adani chair

The chair of Adani, which is planning to build a coal mine in Queensland, says the Indian company has received good government support in the past eight years.

Nth Qld lukewarm over Adani approval

The long-awaited final approval of Adani's controversial mega coal mine has been cautiously welcomed by north Queensland stakeholders.

Netflix model for transport service mooted

A Netflix-style subscription for transport services has been raised by the NSW transport minister in his speech to a Melbourne infrastructure summit.

Final steps before Adani mine operation

Adani can now start building its controversial Carmichael coal mine in Queensland but there are still some hurdles ahead before it can start mining.

Mehajer pleads not guilty over car crash

Salim Mehajer has faced a Sydney court with a white bandage on his right wrist after initially failing to appear because he was apparently at a hospital.

John Setka resists ACTU call to resign

Construction union boss John Setka is resisting a call from the ACTU's secretary Sally McManus for him to resign over controversial comments about Rosie Batty.

Vic artist's killing was 'self defence'

The shooting of a Melbourne artist in 2001 was an act of self-defence by John Spencer White, who then panicked and hid the body for 17 years, his lawyer says.

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