Julia Gillard is showing unity with the Morrison government in urging everyone - and particularly women - to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
A man who allegedly shot at four homes and a police car in a shooting spree in northern NSW has been charged with firearm offences.
Prince Charles has paid tribute to the courage shown throughout the Commonwealth in response to the coronavirus pandemic, in a broadcast to air hours before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle talk about stepping down from...
Volunteers at Clean Up Australia Day events will be dealing with a new kind of rubbish this year - waste generated by the COVID pandemic.
Roger Federer will face the winner of the match between Jeremy Chardy and Dan Evans in the Qatar Open next week in his first competition in more than a year.
The search for missing Sydney conwoman Melissa Caddick's remains in waters around her Dover Heights neighbourhood has been called off.
California health officials have given Walt Disney Co's Disneyland and other theme parks the go-ahead to reopen at limited capacity from April 1 after a closure of almost a year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Italy has surpassed three million confirmed coronavirus cases, with Friday marking the third straight day this week that daily new caseloads exceeded 20,000 cases.
Almost one in 10 Australians have felt at risk of sexual assault in the workplace, a new poll has found.
A powerful series of undersea earthquakes have struck northeast of New Zealand, but tsunami waves that forced many people on the country's North Island to flee to high ground passed without causing substantial damage.