Police put up $500,000 reward for leads on suspected murder of Tanya Lee Glover, who was found buried in Alderley unit basement

The public "holds the key" to uncovering how a woman found buried in a Brisbane unit basement last year was killed, police have said

NDIS review released, calling for more disability support outside scheme to ensure sustainability

Creating more services outside the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), including support for children with developmental delays, and hinging access on impairment instead of medical diagnosis, are among the key

BOM scrambles to get Mackay's weather radar online as Cyclone Jasper tracks toward it and intensifies

The Bureau of Meteorology is scrambling to get its weather radar for a north Queensland city back online as modelling shows Severe Tropical Cyclone Jasper could cross the coast next week.

Rent bidding continues to force potential tenants out of future homes despite crackdown in NSW

Desperate renters have missed out on tenancies as agents have allegedly continued to invite bidding, despite a crackdown

Higgins seen naked and curled up on senator's couch on night of alleged rape

Brittany Higgins was seen naked and rolled up into a foetal position in a Parliament House office on the night of her alleged rape, a former security guard has told a court

King Charles III dollar coin enters circulation

The first Australian coins with King Charles' head on them have entered circulation ahead of the release of millions more in coming months

‘Catastrophic’ situation unfolding in Gaza was ‘entirely foreseeable, preventable’: UN rights chief

The catastrophic situation unfolding in the Gaza Strip was “entirely foreseeable and preventable,” the UN human rights chief said Wednesday

Israel fighting Gaza civilians, not Hamas: Rights group

The Israeli army is fighting Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip, not Hamas, an Israeli human rights group said Wednesday

‘Only a lasting peace can avert looming humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza’: UN food agency

The UN food agency said that only a lasting peace can avert the “looming humanitarian catastrophe” in Gaza

NSW energy minister rules out government takeover of Origin Energy's Eraring power plant

New South Wales Energy Minister Penny Sharpe has confirmed the state government will not consider taking over Australia's largest coal-fired power plant

New laws passed after fourth former immigration detainee arrested

The government has passed new laws to allow the preventative detention of the "worst of the worst" among offenders released from immigration detention

Ten children, one adult injured after bus and truck involved in crash in Queensland

Ten children and an adult have been left injured after a bus full of school students and a truck crashed in Queensland

Petrol prices expected to rise as Christmas approaches

A jump in petrol prices is expected in the lead-up to Christmas, but experts say costs won't come close to the record-breaking price hikes seen in September

Hamas slams Israeli gov’t for revoking visa of top UN official

The Hamas Movement has condemned the Israeli occupation government’s “arrogant” decision to revoke the residence visa of UN humanitarian coordinator Lynn Hastings because of her refusal to adopt the Israeli narrative about the war on the Gaza Strip

US campaign to ask legislators to halt military aid to Israel

US Human rights organizations have launched an online campaign to demand members of the Congress to work on ending US military funding and aid to Israel, which persists in committing war crimes against the Palestinian people

Gaza’s death toll surges to 16,248 as Israel’s genocide escalates

The death toll from Israeli bombardments in the Gaza Strip has risen to over 16,248 victims, mostly women and children, the government media offic

Euro-Med: 9 out of 10 of those killed in Gaza are civilians​

The Israeli army’s claim that every killed armed individual or faction member has resulted in the loss of two civilian lives is false, said Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor on the 60th day of Israel’s ongoing genocide campaign in the Gaza Strip

Heatwave spanning half of Australia this week to be capped by rain, cyclone

Heatwave warnings are spanning nearly half the country this week, marking the first heatwave of the summer

Telstra hit with $24 million in fines and refunds over billing errors

Telstra has been fined $3 million and paid out millions more in refunds after charging thousands of customers for internet connections that were no longer active

Australia Post to reduce letter delivery to every second day

Australia Post will reduce its daily letter delivery service to every second day in a shake-up aimed at combating financial losses