The bodies of three US firefighters killed when their water bomber crashed in southern NSW have been recovered before their families arrive on the weekend.
Millions of people are in lockdown in two Chinese cities at the epicentre of a coronavirus outbreak that has killed 17 people and infected more than 630.
Two days into US President Donald Trump’s historic Senate impeachment trial, the proceedings’ controversial and quaint rules and traditions have been flouted by weary politicians.
Woolworths has issued an urgent recall for a home-branded chocolate cheesecake.
The family of a mother-of-seven killed by a runaway car is pleading for the driver to come forward.
A major road signage blunder at South Melbourne could have triggered dangerous consequences, whilst causing confusion for motorists this week.
Shocking video has surfaced of cancer fraudster Belle Gibson revealing she has been “adopted” by a Melbourne-based Ethiopian community group.
A woman’s car was stolen with her puppy inside and now she is pleading to the thief to return the dog unharmed.
History buffs can explore the impact of some of the most significant events in Newcastle’s past at an exhibition called Newcastle in Print at Newcastle Library curated to recognise milestone anniversaries from 2019. The community will be given a unique opportunity to explore how these major events were reported at the time and to reflect on their legacy at a curator’s talk hosted at City Hall on Thursday at 6pm. City of Newcastle acting manager of … Continue reading “Exhibition relives momentous Novocastrian anniversaries of 2019”