Julian Assange appeals to UK court against extradition to US

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has appealed against the British's government decision last month to order his extradition to the US

NSW residents prepare for flash flooding as rain event lashes coast

Most of the New South Wales coast will be battered by heavy rain over the coming week however Sydney is in the firing line today

Australia could see recession followed by strong recovery next year, experts say

Despite the minimum wage rising by more than 5 per cent from today, wage growth for the vast bulk of workers remains stubbornly low, while the cost of food, energy and petrol continue to rise

BAfter 30 years and multiple probes, police have nabbed the man behind the NCA bombing

It's been almost 30 years since a parcel bomb killed a police officer and injured others at the National Crime Authority office in Adelaide's CBD

BOM forecasts heavy rain for parts of NSW, SES urges residents to prepare

Parts of northern New South Wales that flooded twice earlier this year are forecast to miss the heaviest rainfall from a weather system that could bring "a month's worth of rain in a few days" to some parts of the state, the Bureau of Meteorology says.

Home prices drop for the second month in a row as Reserve Bank's aggressive interest rate rises hit hard

National property prices have fallen for the second month in a row, as higher interest rates and unaffordable prices hit demand for homes, while rental rates are rising at a faster rate than housing values

Man killed by reversing ute at Melbourne shopping centre

A man has died after a ute reversed into him at a shopping centre in Melbourne's north-east

Man killed after truck plunged into Queensland creek

A man in his 60s has died after a truck plunged into a south-east Queensland creek this afternoon

Major train delays as union continues with strike action

NSW Transport Minister David Elliott pledged $264 million on Wednesday to fix the NIF, which is at the heart of the controversy along with working conditions and pay concerns

L-plater allegedly returns one of the highest blood alcohol readings Victoria Police has seen

An unlicensed learner driver allegedly recorded one of the highest blood alcohol records ever seen by Victoria Police during a wild night of driver behaviour on Victorian roads

Shortage of eggs confirmed in supermarkets

A shortage of eggs on shelves has been confirmed, the latest in the deluge of supply issues in Australian supermarkets

Health Minister launches review of former government's COVID-19 vaccine deals, existing supplies

Health Minister Mark Butler has ordered a fast-tracked review into existing vaccine deals and whether there needs to be any changes to current agreements to shore up Australia's future supplies

Risk of more flooding around Sydney, with month's worth of rain tipped to fall in coming days

The weather bureau is warning of a renewed risk of flooding in Sydney, with a month's worth of rain forecast to fall over the next five days

Millions to get a pay rise from tomorrow

The financial year will come to a close at midnight tonight, sparking a raft of changes that will impact the wallets of millions of Australians

Census reveals half of Australians are 1st or 2nd-generation migrants

The latest population census figures released revealed that almost half of total Australians are “first or second-generation migrants”

Sydney commuters told to prepare for major train delays tomorrow

Trains will be extensively delayed tomorrow as industrial action continues despite the New South Wales Government conceding to the union's demands

Family of two women killed in horror crash push for better road conditions

The family of two women killed on the road while on the way to buy baby formula has spoken out about road conditions as police investigate what caused the crash

Census 2021 data shows Australians are less religious and more culturally diverse than ever

Australians are increasingly unlikely to worship a god and more likely to come from immigrant families

Australia and other Pacific nations' invitation to NATO meeting signals strategic shift for alliance

Eight years ago, Tony Abbott infamously promised to "shirtfront" Vladimir Putin over the downing of MH17 over Ukraine

Rail workers, nurses, midwives to strike in Sydney today

Public sector workers will make their anger felt today as they take on the New South Wales government over pay and working conditions