Disgraced socialite and accused ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell will do anything to avoid jail — including revealing big names connected to sex predator Jeffrey Epstein, a former friend revealed.
Sarah Blake in New York, Stephen Drill in London, staff writers
KAKADU National Park is in crisis with Aboriginal traditional owners in revolt against the Federal Government’s Parks Australia and declaring no confidence in several members involved in running the park.
GARY SHIPWAY, Business Editor
THE Territory’s Top End tourism sector has backed the Kakadu board of management’s call for major changes in Parks Australia’s management of the dual world heritage listed Kakadu National Park.
GARY SHIPWAY, firstname.lastname@example.org
VACCINATIONS against meningococcal B will be made free for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children under two years old, following changes to the National Immunisation Program.
An elderly woman who suffered head injuries after being hit by a car on Saturday afternoon, which killed another woman, has died a day later in hospital. Police are investigating the circumstances of the crash.
A shocking new report has revealed that China discovered a form of coronavirus in a vermin-infested mine and studied it in the Wuhan lab seven years ago without alerting global authorities.
Shoba Rao, Hannah Moore, David Mills, Tiffany Bakker and Merryn Johns in New York
It’s a lasting “side effect” in women who have undergone radiation treatment for breast cancer, but new technology is making it a thing of the past.
Jackie Sinnerton, health reporter
Even as businesses celebrate COVID-19 restrictions easing and borders reopening, China is looking elsewhere for its coal – and that could hurt Queensland’s recovery.
A West Australian man desperate to visit his dying mother on the Gold Coast feels he is one of the many to have “fallen through the cracks” of COVID-19 border restrictions.
Finance Minister Mathias Cormann’s departure from politics has Queensland’s Peter Dutton is in line for a promotion in the federal ministry – and he’s likely to take one of two powerful positions.
It will be a case of strange bedfellows when controversial broadcaster Alan Jones kicks off his new show on Sky News with a former nemesis, writes Peter Gleeson.
The Ekka might have moved online in the age of COVID-19, but you can still get your fix of its trademark treats with special pop-up drive-throughs. FIND OUT HOW
Daily court listing for Queensland, covering Supreme, District, Magistrate, Civil and Federal courts.
Many consider Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to be home and hosed at the October state election, but she is far from a shoo-in, writes Peter Gleeson.
Queensland will share in a bonanza of 10,000 green jobs as a $1 billion recycling scheme diverts over 10 million tonnes of waste from landfill across the country.
Business was booming for Brisbane bars and restaurants under relaxed restrictions at the weekend, but operators warn of a long road ahead.
Cloe Read & Cormac Pearson
Queensland’s pandemic-hit small businesses are in limbo, with only a fraction of a $100 million assistance package having been rolled out since applications closed six weeks ago.
Sky News Australia has achieved its best half-yearly results on record driven by its COVID-19 pandemic coverage, top performing prime time line-up, and investigative specials.
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Brisbane’s Story Bridge, which turns 80 today, was built in an age when engineering feats still captivated the nation’s attention.
A shock survey has revealed the effect the coronavirus has had on pregnant women’s birthing plans, with some considering a dangerous switch.
Kanye West dropped a bombshell on July 4, saying he plans to run for president of the United States, but here’s why that might not happen.
Merryn Johns and David Mills
$1 billion in stimulus spending was announced by the State Government in March, but exactly where the money has ended up remains unclear.
South Australian motorists want to go green and get electric vehicles, an RAA survey has found. But they’re also worried there’ll be nowhere to charge them, and want more stations built.
Daniel Wills, State Political Editor
A thunderstorm lashed WA’s South West this evening with more than 40mm of rain recorded near Margaret River.
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