Queensland University of Technology’s student union has accused the institution of cutting courses and recycling content just a week after claims were made about internal bullying and harassment.
The car had collided with a traffic pole and burst into flames. What happened in those horrific few moments changed this young man’s life.
A bespoke LNP event offering “personalised meeting schedules” with party leaders and federal frontbenchers has already raked in at least $250,000 in donations.
A man accused of drugging and sexually assaulting three teenage girls during a party at a Toowong apartment has been granted bail.
One of the state’s most sacred Anzac Day traditions is returning to its famous location - with a twist.
A growing number of Queensland women aged over 55 are becoming homeless, and the “shame” felt by many has become a serious roadblock for them getting help.
It’s time to get out to lunch, with NSW Treasurer Dom Perrottet telling a CBD summit he’s keen for a cut to the fringe benefits tax … and he’s not going to let the federal government’s refusal ruin his plans.
The man who killed himself and baby Kobi at the Whispering Wall reservoir had been in court just hours earlier, seeking permission to have contact with his family.
Sean Fewster, Caleb Bond, Jason Katsaras, Lynton Grace and Patrick James
A man has thrown roof tiles at emergency services during a two-hour stand-off, after he climbed on to a random home north of Brisbane.
A pregnant, asthmatic nurse has told of concern for her unborn baby after she contracted COVID-19 from another guest in hotel quarantine in Perth.
Over-50s will be able to get the AstraZeneca jab sooner and flights from high-risk countries will be reduced under changes to fix the troubled COVID vaccine rollout.
The European Commission is working on legal proceedings against AstraZeneca after it cut COVID-19 vaccine deliveries to the European Union.
Francesco Guarascio and Gabriela Baczynska
US President Joe Biden is set to pledge to cut US greenhouse gas emissions in half by the end of the decade compared to 2005 levels.
From the Bear Pit to the Panthers’ lair, Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has officially taken on the job as coach for his daughter’s U13 basketball team.
Anna Caldwell, Karlie Rutherford, Perry Duffin and Jonathon Moran
Aussie kids didn’t hold back when Qantas executives asked what they wanted from the carrier in its next 100 years of operation.
David Mills in Winton, Queensland
Hong Kong and Singapore are hoping to announce an air travel bubble soon.
A taxpayer-funded emotional support dog for stressed public prosecutors will be paid more than a junior nurse after the signing of a $162,000 contract. Here’s where that cash will go
Iron ore exports are predicted to bring in $2.3 billion to WA over the next four years, however Perth MP Patrick Gorman says the pandemic had revealed a clear need for economic diversification.
Japan's PM Yoshihide Suga says his country will raise its greenhouse gas emissions reduction target for 2030 to 46 per cent on 2013 levels from 26 per cent.
Police have concluded the search of a Badgingarra property formerly owned by Hayley Dodd’s killer, Francis Wark, with the remains of the missing teenager not located.
Daryna Zadvirna, Phil Hickey & Michael Traill
Freedom of speech in WA’s Parliament would be ‘profoundly’ affected if it was forced to hand over the contents of devices belonging to disgraced ex-MPs, lawyers for Kate Doust have argued.
Sixty-five Indigenous artists from across Australia have been shortlisted for the 2021 Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards, with more than half the finalists from the NT.
In a bid to speed up Australia’s delay-plagued COVID-19 vaccine rollout all Aussies aged over 50 will be able to get a jab from May 3. But there’s a catch.
A man was taken to a Perth hospital after falling through the roof of a school on Thursday afternoon.
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