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Police investigating a woman's death in a Darwin bush camp say they have not ruled out foul play.30am on Monday in scrubland in the northern suburb of Karama on the city's fringe.
Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama has made up a five-shot deficit on the back nine and won the US PGA Tour's Sony Open in a playoff with one of the best shots he never saw.The Japanese superstar fired a three-wood into the sun to within three feet of the pin for an eagle on the first extra hole to beat American Russell Henley at Honolulu's Waialae Country Club on Sunday (Monday AEDT).
The 'frustrated' woman detailed a side effect from long Covid, after having 'a lot of weird neurological conditions'.
Defending champion Naomi Osaka has eased into the second round of the Australian Open with a straight sets win over spirited Colombian Camila Osorio.The Japanese superstar delivered a mixed bag en route to a 6-3 6-3 win over the world No.
Flying high on the back of recent displays in club football, in-form Matildas winger Hayley Raso is eager to take on a senior role in Australia's quest for a second Asian Women's Cup title.Raso has been one of the form players in the FA Women's Super League for Manchester City in recent weeks.
Bushfire risks from faulty power lines are back under the microscope as part of a new campaign to address the life-threatening issue.In 2009, faulty electricity poles were found to have caused five of the black Saturday bushfires in Victoria which killed 173 people.
The NSW government's transport woes are continuing after it was revealed there were more than 40 defects in a new fleet of ferries.The 10 smaller River Class ferries have been in testing for nearly a year, with the first boat brought into customer service in October.
Newcastle will enter the season with one of the NRL's most inexperienced spines after Jayden Brailey's injury added to their creative woes.The Knights were still holding onto hope on Monday that Brailey's season may not be over, as he prepares to go under the knife on his torn achilles.
A male nurse jailed for sexually assaulting a patient and recording videos of colleagues undressing at a Melbourne hospital has been banned from nursing for at least 10 years.Sean Farrow was jailed in 2019 after admitting to installing hidden cameras in a toilet cubicle and female change room at the Monash House Private Hospital.
A Swedish electric car company has conquered the Nullarbor thanks to a new fast-charging system powered by vegetable oil.The all-electric Polestar 2 crossed the plain after making use of a fully off-grid charging station at the Caiguna roadhouse, 370 kilometres east of Norseman in Western Australia and 370 kilometres west of the South Australian border.
Wildcard Aleksandar Vukic has become the first local winner on day one of the Australian Open with a four-set upset triumph over No.Vukic held his nerve in a tight encounter on Court 3, winning 4-6 6-3 7-5 7-6 (7-3) against South African Harris in two hours and 53 minutes.
The death toll from COVID-19 in the national capital has risen to 19 after a woman in her 50s became the ACT's latest fatality with the virus.Canberra recorded 1601 new cases of COVID-19 in the past reporting period.
The Northern Territory has reported 284 new COVID-19 cases as the virus spreads through the vulnerable Indigenous population and two remote communities go into lockdown.Yirrkala in East Arnhem Land will enter a three-day lockdown at 2pm local time on Monday after two new cases and positive wastewater tests.
Several Chinese cities are on high COVID-19 alert as the Lunar New Year holiday travel season begins, requiring travellers to report their trips days before their arrival, as the Omicron variant reached more areas including Beijing.Authorities have warned the highly contagious Omicron adds to the increased risk of COVID-19 transmission as hundreds of millions of people travel around China for the Lunar New Year holiday starting at the end of the month.
The number of taxpayer-funded senior executives in NSW is increasing three times faster than the rate for nurses, doctors and paramedics.The jump has led to accusations the Perrottet government broke its election promise to cut executive numbers by 10 per cent.
Standing in the shadow of Dubbo hospital, Ricky Hampson Sr's voice begins to crack when remembering his son."His spirit is inside me today," Mr Hampson Sr said, his voice trembling.
China's economic growth was faster than expected in the final quarter of 2021 but still its weakest pace in one-and-a-half years, with the central bank cutting loan rates to cushion slowing momentum in the world's second-largest economy.The country faces headwinds from regulatory curbs, property sector woes and sporadic COVID-19 outbreaks.
A TikTok user filmed the sharks devouring a salmon across the harbour from Sydney Opera House. Watch the video of the large sharks coming up to the fishermen.
The two-dose Russian Sputnik V vaccine will now be recognised in Australia for the purpose of travellers entering the country.Australia requires non-citizens entering the country to be fully vaccinated, and the Therapeutic Goods Administration on Monday said it has received more information about the Russian vaccine's efficacy.
Western Australia is bracing for a possible surge in COVID-19 cases as the highly infectious Omicron variant spreads in the community.Face masks are again being enforced in Perth and the Peel region after 18 new local cases were reported over the past week.