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New Zealand set Australia an imposing total in Wellington but a mighty innings from Mitch Marsh and some final over heroics from Tim David secured the tourists an epic victory.
Victorians left in the dark after wild storms, but a permanent fix to power outages could cost billions
More than a week after deadly storms tore through Victoria, knocking out power to more than half a million customers, the lights are still out in some hard-hit areas of the state.
The redeveloped Alice Springs youth detention centre is nearing completion and the Northern Territory government is promising that detainees forcibly sent away to Darwin's notorious Don Dale will soon be returned to Central Australia.
Outgoing ATO boss says getting rid of work-related expense deductions could simplify the tax system — but it's 'a big step'
Outgoing ATO boss Chris Jordan said "Australians love their work-related expense deductions" and abolishing them in favour of lower personal income tax rates "would be a big step".
Anaesthetic services suspended at regional NSW hospital after doctors found practising without proper supervision
A country NSW MP says he had been contacted by patients whose elective surgeries were suddenly cancelled by the hospital without any explanation.
Man gets 20-year minimum sentence for scissor murder of 53yo and attack on two others in drug -induced psychosis
A man who killed one person and stabbed two others in the Perth suburb of Tuart Hill will be eligible for parole in 20 years, after he was sentenced to life behind bars.
North Melbourne show off some dare and a new fast ball movement style in an impressive preseason win over an under-strength Collingwood.
Belinda Van Krevel, the sister of a man serving life sentences for two high-profile murders, has been jailed again after committing a crime with "disturbing similarities" to a previous offence.
A Yass pub says it's spending at least $50 a day on bottled water, while GPs are relying on hand sanitiser, as a treatment problem with the water supply remains one week on from when it started.
Analysis by Angus Grigg
analysis:The question I asked before the Woolworths CEO walked out on our interview was hardly a zinger
Brad Banducci will be remembered for his TV interview walkout, but in his years in the top job he's delivered Woolworths bumper profits, writes Four Corners' Angus Grigg and Elise Potaka.
A Perth court hears the 26-year-old man, who drove into the ocean off Dampier, was suffering psychosis and was attempting to baptise his son, not kill him.
SA Police say no criminal charges will be laid against two officers involved in an incident that saw a taser deployed against a resident of an Adelaide care facility late last year.
In Canberra, where stars are made rather than bought, Kaeo Weekes is a developing player aiming to replace departed superstar Jack Wighton.
Mr Smirnov allegedly admitted officials associated with Russian intelligence were involved in passing on a story to him about Hunter Biden, and his contacts with them were "recent and extensive".
Mascot Towers ordeal close to end after five years as multi-million payout deal agreed for unit owners
Residents of the uninhabitable complex in Sydney will still incur major losses, but the deal will provide some resolution nearly five years after cracks were discovered in the building.
Prickly paddy melon is a major problem for the Australian agricultural industry but researchers say it may have potential to reduce soil erosion and offset the construction industry's large carbon footprint.
'Those men would have died': Inside the remote community that helped rescue 39 foreigners in Western Australia
More details are emerging of how shocked locals rescued boat arrivals from the bush and why one mystery remains. What happened to the boat and how did the skipper get away?
Residents on NSW's South Coast felt trapped with nowhere to flee to but the beach during the Black Summer bushfires, but the state government is trialling a possible solution.
Increased hospital admissions due to party drug prompt warning recent batches may have unknown additives
There have been 20 serious overdoses related to GHB consumption treated in Gold Coast hospitals in the past two weeks with doctors concerned the drug may contain lethal toxic additives.
Victorians face warnings of extreme heat and another storm threat just a week after a fire destroyed 46 homes in Pomonal and an intense storm killed a man in Gippsland.
A 19-year-old pleads guilty to multiple charges over the 2022 crash in Wollongong as court documents reveal what happened on the tragic night.
Formula 1 is back after an off-season filled with news and drama. Here are five stories you may have missed to get you up to speed.
Victorian MPs can receive gifts of up to $599 without disclosing the payments to taxpayers under a little-known system, raising questions about undue influence and political transparency.
Disturbing news has emerged about mulch containing asbestos in parks, schools and homes in NSW and possibly Canberra, with concern over the risk to human health. But dogs love to sniff, dig and roll on the ground — placing them at risk, too, writes Chiara Palmieri.
Award-winning ABC Sport presenter Karen Tighe announces she is leaving the organisation to focus on her health.
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