Several suburbs in Sydney’s northwest have been warned to watch for coronavirus symptoms after traces of the virus were found in local sewage.
Restaurateurs are preparing for crowds and about 42,000 jobs will be reinstated after a dramatic relaxing of COVID rules ahead of the holidays. Find out what they are.
Anna Caldwell and Angira Bharadwaj
Clover Moore risks being suspended from office if a complaint she used a ratepayer-funded phone for her re-election campaign is upheld.
Maureen Maguire says the revelations of her former husband’s close relationship with Premier Gladys Berejiklian “hurt”.
A tax expense of $357,000 vanished into nothing for the company that attempted to unseat the Morrison government at the last election.
The diplomatic stoush between Canberra and Beijing is “disappointing”, Chinese-Australians say.
Top US officials have condemned China for sharing a graphic fake image of an Australian soldier, and spreading “disinformation” and “disingenuous statements”.
Clare Armstrong, Sally Coates
New details have emerged about a horror construction site incident in Sydney that has left a tradie with serious injuries.
Kmart has launched a new range of Down Syndrome dolls in what is being labelled a big win for disability representation.
Dannielle and Damien Butler were wed last year and now she’s joined him in facing jail time if convicted over an alleged Australia Post scam.
The barrister for Jarryd Hayne has claimed in court the NRL star was the “sex object” in his encounter with a woman who’s accused him of assault.
China is using allegations of Australian war crimes to draw attention away from its ruinous mishandling of COVID-19, among many other outrages, writes Tim Blair.
By Tim Blair
Conman Paul McMahon, who went bankrupt owing $45m and used dozens of false names including some stolen from gravestones, has officially changed his name.
Millionaire Melissa Caddick’s regular running route could hold some clues to the whereabouts of the Eastern Suburbs businesswoman.
Pet owners and parents have been issued a warning after a new study found an alarming trend that could put dogs and children in danger.
Anton Nilsson and Erin Lyons
Felicity Urquart could feel herself struggling as the anniversary of her husband’s sudden death approached. But a moving idea from one of her kids changed everything.
Ben Pike and Kathy McCabe
The ABC has been accused of showing a ‘clear bias’ against the Liberal Party in report exposing private lives of Alan Tudge and Christian Porter.
Labor has refused to back a proposed veteran suicide commissioner to investigate the deaths of ADF members, leaving the government to seek support from the Senate crossbench.
Furious Nationals MPs want the federal government to rip up its energy deal with NSW after Energy Minister Matt Kean failed to consult on his ‘radical’ renewables roadmap.
On home soil they are our fearless heroes, protecting the community from devastating bushfires. But overseas our Aussie firefighters have built up a celebrity following.
The state border war is over as the first flights from Sydney and Victoria touch down in Queensland.
Queensland's border has reopened to Victoria and Greater Sydney with hopes it will lead to a jobs boom as thousands of southerners flock to the Sunshine State.
Aaron Bunch and Rebecca Gredley
Amid a public backlash, top Defence officials have walked back a decision to revoke a unit citation given to special forces personnel who served in Afghanistan.
A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman has shared an appalling photoshopped image of an Aussie digger. WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE
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