Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan has withdrawn his attack on Daniel Andrews and admitted his frustrations led him to “overstep the mark”.
The cold snap affecting much of Queensland is expected to hang around for another morning or two, with the mercury set to sink close to or even below freezing in some parts on Monday.
It's not often one destroys the opposition on debut, and by her third start was competing against a soon-to-be star sprinter and dual Group 1 winner.
Boris Johnson says doctors had planned what to do if his coronavirus treatment went "badly wrong".
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As the woman whose newspaper columns spawned the wildly successful Sex And The City franchise, there is little about relationships and sex that Candace Bushnell hasn't encountered.
Just a few weeks after the US Air Force ended its 16-year Continuous Bomber Presence in Guam, its B-1 bombers are back on the Pacific island. The temporary deployment program is designed to keep Washington's adversaries guessing about what US firepower will be where and when.
As countries lie frozen in lockdown and billions of people lose their livelihoods, public figures are teasing a breakthrough that would mark the end of the crippling coronavirus pandemic: a vaccine.
There are now 63 infections linked to the nursing home including 26 staff members and 37 residents since the outbreak on April 11.
Reports primary schools will reopen in June and the "scandal" of care-home deaths lead front pages.
Port Adelaide midfielder Tom Rockliff says the AFL is biased toward Victorian teams after the league's ruling to prevent certain clubs resuming group training.
His absence triggered global rumors that he may be seriously ill.
Cronulla captain Wade Graham said he was annoyed by the perception that players were trying to undermine ARLC chairman Peter V'landys.
Bolivian authorities say an air force plane flying a humanitarian mission crashed minutes after takeoff in the Amazonian region, killing all six occupants, including four Spaniards who were being ferried to catch a flight to their homeland
South Korea says its troops have exchanged gunfire along land border with North Korea and that there are no injuries.
England star Geva Mentor says there are three options on the table, but hopes one of them is given the green light.
Cologne's players are continuing to train despite three positive tests for coronavirus at the club that have unsettled the German soccer league's restart plans.
A truck driver charged with killing four police officers on a Melbourne freeway says he is "genuinely sorry and saddened" about their deaths.
North Korea fired at a South Korean military guard post several times, prompting it to shoot back twice.
in 1965, two people were charged over the distribution and sale of the Trial of Lady Chatterley in Melbourne. The trial would challenge Australia's strict censorship laws.