Spot checks of Sydney retirement villages Fair Trading inspected Sydney retirement villages to ensure they comply with NSW regulations ahead of new laws aimed at reforming the aged care industry. SBS - Published 2 days ago
Exclusive: IS children should be returned to Australia says son of slain Curtis Cheng The son of a police accountant killed by a 15-year-old IS supporter in Sydney is urging the government to show compassion to the Australian children who have been living with the jihadist terror group. SBS - Published 3 days ago
A homeless man and his pet rat have been reunited
Sydney police has reunited a homeless man and his pet rat. The beloved pet, Lucy, went missing on April 6 but they are now back together.
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Geoffrey Rush Wins Case Against Australia’s Daily Telegraph
In a decision issued Thursday, Geoffrey Rush prevailed in the defamation lawsuit against Sydney newspaper The Daily Telegraph that he filed in 2017. In a strongly-worded judgment published by The..
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Geoffrey Rush Wins Defamation Suit
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Oscar-winner Geoffrey Rush on Thursday won initial damages of A$850,000 ($609,000) after a court ruled that the Australian arm of News Corp defamed him by saying he behaved..
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Wynn makes $7 billion buyout play for Australia's Crown Resorts
Australian casino giant Crown Resorts says its received an indicative $7.1 billion takeover offer from Las Vegas's Wynn Resorts, sending Crown's shares soaring as investors bet on an even higher bid...
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Sydney zoo introduces three Sumatran tiger cubs
Sydney’s Taronga Zoo has introduced three rare Tiger cubs to the public, zookeeper Louise Ginman says “everything is a game to them” and that the cubs are doing “really, really well”. Rough..
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Parkland Shooting Survivor Has Died By Suicide
Sydney Aiello, a survivor of last year's mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has died by suicide. The 19-year-old's family said she struggled with survivors guilt and had been..
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:37 Published on March 22, 2019
World’s Oldest Frozen Semen
According to Gizmodo.com, "Fifty-year-old frozen semen from a ram, believed to be the oldest in the world, is still achieving high fertility rates, according to researchers. The semen, stored in a..
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Thousands of students join global climate strike
From Sydney to London, thousands of school students walked out of classes on Friday in a global student strike to protest against government inaction on climate change. Megan Revell reports.
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New Zealand Shooting Suspect Is Australian
Tennis - Australian Open - Fourth Round - Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia, January 20, 2019. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson SYDNEY (Reuters) - One of four people detained in New Zealand after mass..
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One NZ shooting suspect is Australian, says PM Morrison
One of four people detained in New Zealand after mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch is Australian, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
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Australia Latest To Suspend Boeing 737 MAX
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia’s civil aviation safety authority suspended Boeing Co 737 MAX aircraft from flying to or from Australia, following fatal crashes involving the U.S. planemaker’s latest..
Credit: Wochit News Duration: 00:53 Published on March 12, 2019
92-year-old Olympics superfan gears up for Tokyo 2020
500 days before the start of the Olympic Games in Japan, 92-year-old superfan Naotoshi Yamada looks to complete his Olympic circle in 2020. He first experienced the Summer Games when Tokyo last hosted..
Credit: Reuters Studio Duration: 01:41 Published on March 11, 2019
The 'strawklers' scouring Australian waters for plastic
Operation Straw was founded by Sydney resident Harriet Spark at the end of 2017, with the aim of lessening the amount of plastic in the world's oceans. Saskia O'Donoghue reports.
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Mardi Gras, Australian style
More than 300,000 revellers on Saturday descended onto Sydney's iconic Oxford Street for the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade.
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'Now your life can start again': Sharrouf children finally reunited with Sydney grandma The orphaned children of notorious Islamic State terrorist Khaled Sharrouf have been reunited with their grandma Karen Nettleton. SBS - Published 3 days ago
Extradited US man to face Sydney court over Thai national’s alleged murder An American man has been extradited and is expected to face a Sydney court over the alleged murder of Wachira "Mario" Phetmang whose body was found by a road. SBS - Published 4 days ago US man in court over alleged NSW murder An American man has been extradited and is expected to face a Sydney court over the alleged murder of Wachira "Mario" Phetmang whose body was found by a road. SBS - Published 4 days ago
Both leaders rally troops on Palm Sunday Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten will continue their election campaigns in different states after spending two days in Sydney. SBS - Published 5 days ago
Day 4 of the federal election campaign Scott Morrison is in Queensland promising more jobs and Bill Shorten is in Sydney talking about health funding. SBS - Published 5 days ago
PM campaigns in Qld, Shorten in Sydney Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten will continue their election campaigns in different states after spending two days in Sydney. SBS - Published 5 days ago The playground diversity behind Ascham's NAPLAN rankings Once the most exclusive girls' school in Sydney, Ascham has seen a sharp rise in students from relatively disadvantaged backgrounds. The Age - Published 5 days ago
Morrison hits streets to defend Lib seat Prime Minister Scott Morrison has hit the streets in Sydney to defend the inner-west seat of Reid. SBS - Published 6 days ago
Why are both leaders kicking off their campaigns in western Sydney? While Queensland and Victoria are set to have a bigger influence on the result, both major party leaders have spent the first full day on the campaign trail in western Sydney. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Julian Assange supporters protest outside Opera House after London arrest Australian supporters of whistleblower Julian Assange have gathered in Sydney to protest his arrest and extradition to the US. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Sydney toddler in pram hit by truck, dragged 15 metres along road CareFlight’s rapid response helicopter was sent to Sydney after a three-year-old girl was hit by a truck. SBS - Published 1 week ago Sydney woman's ex charged with murder, six years after her disappearance A man has been arrested for the suspected murder of missing Sydney Aboriginal woman Cheryl Ardler. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Sydney woman's ex charged with her murder A man has been arrested for the suspected murder of missing Sydney Aboriginal woman Cheryl Ardler. SBS - Published 1 week ago Woman arrested over baby formula syndicate A 22-year-old woman has been arrested at Sydney's Silverwater prison for her alleged involvement in a crime syndicate that stole baby formula to sell overseas. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Leaders start campaign in West Sydney The coalition and Labor are disputing costings of the opposition's tax policy, as the leaders focus on western Sydney for their first full day of campaigning. SBS - Published 1 week ago Three charged, $7m drugs seized in Sydney Police have seized $6.8 million worth of MDMA and the drug 'ice' during raids on a car and homes in Sydney's west, arresting and charging three men. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Coalition launches tax attack as Morrison and Shorten target marginal Sydney seats Prime Minister Scott Morrison is spending the first full day on the campaign trail in western Sydney, while Labor's Bill Shorten's day has begun with an early visit to the Sydney markets. SBS - Published 1 week ago Election campaign day 2: What's happening The starter's guns has fired on the May 18 election, and Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten have hit the ground running in Sydney's west. SBS - Published 1 week ago
Morrison hunting votes in western Sydney Prime Minister Scott Morrison is expected hit western Sydney as he kicks off the first full day of campaigning of the five weeks to the election on May 18. SBS - Published 1 week ago Geoffrey Rush wins case against Sydney newspaper publisher CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush won his defamation case on Thursday against a Sydney newspaper publisher and journalist over reports he had been accused of inappropriate.. WorldNews - Published 1 week ago
What was said after Rush's defamation win Actor Geoffrey Rush and his accuser Eryn Jean Norvill both say there are no winners after a Sydney judge found he was defamed by The Daily Telegraph. SBS - Published 1 week ago 'Not credible or reliable': Geoffrey Rush wins defamation case against Daily Telegraph Geoffrey Rush has won his defamation case against Sydney newspaper The Daily Telegraph over a series of reports accusing him of "inappropriate behaviour". SBS - Published 1 week ago
Latham defends tweets about student charged over fake terror plot as 'honest opinion' Mark Latham's lawyer says his client was offering his honest opinion when he wrongly assumed a Sydney student had plotted to kill senior MPs. SBS - Published 1 week ago Latham says tweets were 'honest opinion' Mark Latham was offering his honest opinion when he wrongly assumed a Sydney student had plotted to kill senior MPs, his lawyer has told the Federal Court. SBS - Published 1 week ago
'Time's up Tony': Australian conservatives targeted in May election Sydney psychologist Nicola Gates is weeks away from doing something she has never done before – casting a vote for a candidate other than former conservative Australian prime minister, Tony Abbott. Reuters - Published 1 week ago Judgment due in Rush defamation case A Federal Court judge is set to deliver his judgment in the court battle between Geoffrey Rush and a Sydney newspaper publisher and journalist. SBS - Published 1 week ago