A Friday night post work or beach drink has ended badly for a pedestrian in Bondi after being hit by a car on Campbell Parade near Hall street.
Tony Abbott has been warned that he risks undermining public confidence in the courts by attacking the decision of a senior Victorian magistrate to grant bail to an accused terrorist sympathiser.
Controversial lender-of-last resort, Ian Lazar, is out on bail after his elderly father Rabbi David Rogut put up $200,000 in cash as surety.
It is no longer cool to be tanned, but the forgetfulness of young adults around sun protection is still resulting in red faces.
Switzerland's relatively small economy produces world-famous household-name products – which are now likely to become more expensive thanks to the sudden appreciation of the Swiss franc.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has dismissed pleas from asylum seekers for a more compassionate approach, warning he is going to be just as tough as his predecessor Scott Morrison.
Almost a quarter of freehold land in the Muswellbrook Local Government Area and large chunks of other parts of northern NSW are now owned or occupied by coal companies, a survey of land records by Lock the Gate shows.
One in eight children in remote Fitzroy Crossing has permanent intellectual and physical damage caused by their mother's drinking while pregnant.
Victoria's busy emergency departments would be flooded with an extra 10,000 people a year if the Abbott government's $5 GP co-payment goes ahead in July, the state government claims.