At one rally after the next, candidate Donald Trump lamented the "trillions of dollars spent and thousands of lives lost" in the Middle East, criticized his opponent as a warmonger and signaled he would scale back US military commitments abroad.
More than one in 10 leave the NHS in England every year, enough to staff more than 20 hospitals.
CCTV footage of a woman rushing to catch her train and a car slamming through a boom gate have been released as Queensland Rail pleads with people to stay safe.
Melbourne Boomers will be fighting to keep their title hopes alive when they host Townsville Fire in game two of the WNBL grand final series on Thursday night. A loss will see the Fire claim the title.
Concerns are mounting over a joint plan from Myanmar and Bangladesh to repatriate hundreds of thousands of ethnic Rohingya who fled violence in Myanmar's western Rakhine State last year.
Cost is not the only factor affecting rental vulnerability, and a new heat map reveals a "regionalisation of disadvantage".
Suspended Ipswich City Council chief executive Jim Lindsay and chief operating officer of works, parks and recreation Craig Maudsley resigned on Wednesday.
He is the king of summer but at the ripe old age of nine, Destiny's Kiss is paying for his consistency with 61kg in his fourth Gosford Cup on Thursday.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson discussed the U.S.'s readiness for talks.
Passengers who flew from Dubai to Melbourne last Thursday have been warned that a fellow passenger has an "extremely infectious" case of the measles.
Players have been warned next month's AFLX exhibition competition will be policed the same way and carry the same penalties as a regular-season game.
Cricket's obstructing the field laws are set to come under the spotlight again after another player was given out to the contentious mode of dismissal, this time at the under 19 World Cup.
Australian shares fell back to levels last seen in December, as investors took a gloomy view of the heavyweight miners.
The NT News' top brass have been accused of striking a deal with the territory government to monitor emails sent by its then political reporter due to concerns his 'negative' reporting of the government's activities could cost the paper advertising revenue.
Controversial film 'Padmaavat's' producer today moved the Supreme Court (SC) challenging the ban on its screening by the three states. A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra agreed to hear the petition tomorrow. The film is scheduled for release on January 25.
From nurses who operate on their patients to those who run general practices, nursing is changing.
Sydney man wins $6.87 million jackpot in the lottery and plans to use the money for positive change.
...but don’t write off his supporters.
Consumers will be slugged with an average 4 per cent rise in private health insurance premiums this year despite major Turnbull government reforms designed to rein in costs.
Only a fool would think Martin McDonagh’s movie endorses racism.