Fearless Forecast Week 5: 5 Rec, 84 Yds, TD
Projected Points: 16.9
Australia's annual humanitarian intake will be cut by 20,000 places over four years in a federal budget measure designed to save almost $1 billion.
Kurt Capewell has two preliminary finals to his name but is hungry for a shot at his first NRL decider as he prepares to step up for Viliame Kikau at Penrith.
Emergency services have broadened the search area in a bid to find a missing Federal Circuit Court judge in Brisbane's Mount Coot-tha forest.
Connections of Premiere Stakes winner Libertini have struck a deal with James Harron Bloodstock and the mare will take her place in the $15 The Everest.
Australia's triple-A credit ratings seem safe for now, despite the budget deficit ballooning to $213.7 billion and government debt set to exceed $1 trillion.
A new motorsport event at Bathurst in November that would have seen ex-Formula One stars race at Mount Panorama has been posted until 2021.
'I have instructed my representatives to stop negotiating until after the election,' Donald Trump says of COVID-19 relief talks with US Democrats.
One of the low-key announcements in the federal budget was a plan to inject an extra $1 billion into the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation.
A woman has been robbed by two men who told her they were specialist police officers to convince her to let them inside her NSW Central Coast home.
Argentine Nadia Podoroska and Polish teenager Iga Swiatek have continued their best grand slam runs by reaching the French Open semi-finals at Roland Garros.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is leading Deb Frecklington in a poll on economic management on day two of the state election campaign.
Concerns about the over-collection of cockles by fishers in NSW coastal communities has prompted a crackdown on the number allowed to be taken per day.
Victoria has recorded six new virus cases and two deaths, bringing the state's death toll from the virus to 809 and the national figure to 897.
After reaching a compromise on Friday, the NSW government cabinet has signed off on the koala policy that nearly derailed the coalition.
NSW has had 11 days with no new community cases of COVID-19 but that's not even half way to the 28 days required to re-open the border with Queensland.
Down in the polls, brawling internally and with party elders fighting, New Zealand's opposition National party looks an election loser on October 17.