TWO Indonesian Sukhoi fighter jets have reportedly intercepted an Australian civilian plane and forced it to land for flying through Indonesian airspace.
JACQUI LAMBIE has questioned the military’s leaders on the potential of terrorists attacking Australia and its military using the deadly Ebola virus.
A CAFE owner has defended her decision to pen a Facebook post stating ‘No, we are not child friendly’, saying it breaks her heart when children damage her property.
THE reaction has been mixed since Oscar Pistorius was handed a five-year jail sentence for culpable homicide the fatal shooting of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
AUSTRALIA has not trained any health care workers to deal with an Ebola outbreak in our region despite assurances from the Abbott Government that the nation’s health establishment is ready to fight the deadly virus.
FEDERAL health bureaucrats have confirmed doctors will be out of pocket due to rebate changes for imaging services, but say those costs won’t necessarily be passed onto patients.
SKIPPING breakfast could actually be the best way for Australians to tackle obesity, fatty liver disease and other related conditions.
AGRIBUSINESS Elders has completed refinance of its debt arrangements with a new working capital facility provided by ANZ, NAB and Rabobank.
DEFENCE has launched an investigation into allegations a group of arrested peace protesters were stripped and threatened with rape and drowning.
PALMER United Party senator Jacqui Lambie wants more customs officers employed to scan and take the temperature of every person entering Australia in an effort to stop Ebola-infected suicide bombers.
OUTSPOKEN Palmer United Party senator Jacqui Lambie has rejected a Liberal MP’s invitation to visit a mosque because she is Australian and a Catholic.
TICKET prices are down and star power is up for the 2015 Future Music Festival to be headlined by Canadian hip hop superstar Drake and Swedish chart-topping producer Avicii.
A FIVE-YEAR-OLD girl was raped and then flogged when she was late for dinner at a NSW foster home for Aboriginal children, an national inquiry has heard.
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THEY are the group of women who enforce Sharia law on women in areas controlled by Islamic State militants.
ELECTRICITY companies appear reluctant to cut household power bills following the scrapping of the carbon tax.
A BOX containing handwritten and printed recipes from the 1950s provided the basis for a frozen cookie dough which won the first episode of Recipe To Riches.
THE chairman of Flinders Mines has told investors that it is pushing ahead with plans to develop an iron ore mine despite a fall in prices.