Anti-lockdown rallies in cities across Australia have seen hundreds of people charged with breaching health orders.
A plan to ease lockdown restrictions in Victoria is expected to be released on Sunday.
A union representing NSW prison officers wants all inmates to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
The US government is responding to a sudden arrival of thousands of Haitians in a relatively remote stretch of country's border with Mexico.
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A technical failure has caused an Air France-KLM flight bound for Paris to return to Beijing.
Authorities say Indonesia's most wanted Islamic militant has been killed in a gunbattle with security forces.
Prominent Afghans have urged the United States government to compensate the family of an aid group engineer killed in a drone strike in Kabul.
For Brett Wilkinson and Geoff Walker, all of their football Christmases came at once when they opened their copies of The West Australian on Friday.
Exhausted nurses and doctors in Sydney will struggle to cope with a flood of COVID-19 patients if restrictions are eased too quickly when NSW hits its 70 per cent double vaccination target.
A woman who left her father’s body unclaimed at the mortuary for 18 months while she continued to claim more than $75,000 in aged pension and carer’s payments following his death has been jailed.
Cynda Miles’ sister reveals details of Peter’s struggle with mental demons as she breaks her silence over the Osmington shootings while making an impassioned plea for firearm safety.
Satellite images showing construction next to a North Korean uranium enrichment plant signal possible plans to boost production of bomb making materials.
Perth is seeing an increase of first-time homeless women who are fleeing domestic violence, with just one northern suburbs centre forced to turn away more than 6000 pleas for help in the past year.
Police officers have suffered broken bones after clashing with allegedly violent anti-lockdown protesters in Melbourne.
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It's suspected the lions and tigers at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington caught COVID-19 from an asymptomatic zookeeper.
Roosters star Victor Radley should go out and buy a lottery ticket, because — despite his side’s semi-final loss — it appears to be his lucky day.
Miners in central Queensland are angered that work has resumed at a site where the body of a fellow miner killed in an accident is still to be recovered.
Pregnant women are among more than 100 people who will enter isolation after a patient at a Melbourne hospital tested positive for Covid-19.
Sharks were circling two fisherman whose boat had sunk in the Torres Strait, before an Australian shipping captain went to the rescue.
About 2000 West Australians have joined anti-lockdown protests around the country, depicting Premier Mark McGowan as Adolf Hitler in a march through the CBD.
A driver that slammed into the back of a white SUV killing a mother of two on the Kwinana Freeway during peak-hour traffic was speeding and weaving between cars moments before the horror crash.
Victoria’s health minister has warned the construction industry is at risk of being shut down during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Workers have been left ‘traumatised’ by the tragic death of a scaffolder at a Pilbara mine site.
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