Australians would be better served if international airlines were granted greater access to the nation’s capital cities, as more competition could drop prices, the productivity commission says. Acting chair Alex Robson said while the current arrangements had served Australia well, there was room for improvement. “There would be benefits from
Is the price of potatoes still burning a hole in your pocket? Are staples like bread and milk eating into your budget? Prepare to eat cake: relentless weather extremes worldwide threaten a basket load of basic foods. Turbulent rains and drought are hammering crops in many parts of the world.
An Australian Federal Police (AFP) officer has died after taking their own life at the organisation’s Perth headquarters. It happened on Friday at the AFP’s offices on Murray Street in West Perth. The 34-year-old was a Protective Service Officer, and the incident is being investigated by WA Police. AFP Commissioner
A man “advanced on” police officers before he was fatally shot in an incident in the Western Australian city of Kalgoorlie. WA Police on Saturday provided an update as their investigation into Friday afternoon’s shooting continues. It happened after officers were called to an alley off Whitlock St after reports
A diabetes drug which has skyrocketed in popularity after being hailed as a weight loss solution should not be given to new patients amid a worldwide shortage, Australia’s medicines regulator has announced. The Therapeutic Goods Administration said that it had been recently advised by Novo Nordisk, the company which makes