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Restaurants in Brisbane’s CBD hope a new council campaign will woo diners back to the city centre as the pandemic continues to hurt the hospitality sector nationwide.
Two businesses linked to a proposed $2 billion wind farm project gave money to the Victorian Labor Party last month, just as the state government was considering its final planning submission.
With the mid-season draft not too far away, one player has AFL recruiters excited. And he’s still at school.
Foreign governments and Australian industry are calling for bold policies from the Morrison government to drive down emissions and tackle climate change.
A doctor has made a tearful apology to the family of a teenager who died an excrutiating death after he was turned away three times from a NSW hospital.
Emerging Melbourne Storm superstar Ryan Papenhuyzen is set to miss the Anzac Day blockbuster with the Warriors, but it’s not all doom and gloom for the reigning premiers.
A man arrested after the disappearance of Brunswick woman Maryam Hamka allegedly left the 36-year-old “black and blue” in an attack at his home in December last year, according to her family.
The 27-year-old, who was found dead in the home’s backyard following an explosion early on Tuesday, has been named as mother-of-three Kelly Wilkinson.
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Residents of far-western NSW are gearing up for the arrival of floodwaters down the Barwon-Darling, giving Menindee Lakes its first big fill in five years.
Police are searching for Hayley Dodd’s remains at the Wheatbelt property where her killer Francis Wark used to live.
Chris Waller normally waits until the last minute to pick a runner for his slot in the $15 million Everest. This year he’s made his decision six months out.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s destiny is set, but it was at Prince Philip’s funeral that she showed just how ready she is for the role.
Everything you need to know to pick a winner on an eight-race card.
Avion Fury was thrown in the deep end during the autumn carnival but his runs in group company have him primed for this midweek assignment.
Drummoyne MP John Sidoti has told an inquiry he signed documents without reading them for years and never thought to declare his wife’s income to Parliament because he was working long hours.
The Environment Protection Authority has also come clean, saying it now has “no excuses” for failing to prevent similar environmental harm in future.
Footballer Callan Sinclair said rape allegations against him and Jack de Belin were only frightening in relation to what it would mean for the St George Illawarra star and his girlfriend, a jury has heard.
It has been a training and competition ground for athletes such as Cathy Freeman. Now the 115-year-old venue in Kensington is finally getting an upgrade.
General car sales have increased strongly since the advent of the pandemic recession, but the luxury car market has done even better.
An average 670,000 metropolitan viewers tuned-in to watch season 13’s debut – down from the 1.23 million who watched last year’s premiere.
The federal Education Department has removed two videos from its new respectful relationships website following criticism from experts and two state education ministers.
The singer and former frontman of The Smiths has seemingly been upset by his portrayal on The Simpsons, where he is voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch.
The two players were both injured and out of the match when they grabbed their phones to let their families know they were OK, however this is still a breach of AFL integrity rules.
Struggling department store Target could become a predominantly online retailer in years to come.
Families around Australia will be disappointed that it will remain practically impossible to see their loved ones in other countries for many months to come.
For one Chicago entrepreneur, it was a design that felt as if it had been pulled straight from her unconscious. (And there are lots of chains.)
UK’s biggest building society says it will allow new buyers to take out loans worth up to 5.5 times their earnings
The UK’s biggest building society is increasing the sums it is willing to lend first-time buyers in a move it said would enable homeownership for many people who have been frozen out of the market.
Nationwide will allow new buyers to take out loans worth up to 5.5 times their earnings and adjust the stress tests it does on applicants when assessing mortgage affordability.
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