A deadly type of painkiller which can be a thousand times stronger than morphine is being shipped en masse to Western countries from Chinese labs, landing right in the hands of vulnerable Aussies. Nitazenes, a highly potent synthetic opioid developed in the 1950s, never made it onto pharmacy shelves dueContinue Reading

Robert Irwin is in line for a Gold Logie, as the 20-year-old’s career in the entertainment world hits a new level. The son of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin is one of the youngest to be nomintated for the presitigous award recognising the best in the Australian television industry.Continue Reading

A young man has had his driving licence suspended and will appear in court after allegedly blowing a blood-alcohol reading nearly six times the legal limit. South Australian police officers caught up with the man on Sunday morning after other concerned motorists made multiple calls into police, alleging the manContinue Reading

As workplaces and businesses attempt to lure staff back to offices amid a working-from-home crackdown, plunging winter temperatures could provide bosses with a left-of-field incentive. Employees across Australia have taken to social media to complain about working-from-home in frigid indoor temperatures, with cost-of-living pressures causing people to think twice aboutContinue Reading

Welcome to You Got This, news.com.au’s weekly fitness series featuring stories and ideas from real women who’ve experienced it all. Losing weight is no longer the reason many Aussies are choosing to exercise, according to a new study. A thousand Australians were asked about their exercise habits in a surveyContinue Reading

Labor frontbencher Tanya Plibersek has added her voice to the tirade of criticism against the Opposition’s nuclear energy push, labelling the proposal as “completely irrational” and “designed to be a distraction”. Speaking on Sunday, the environment and water minister criticised the Coalition for its refusal to detail the estimated costContinue Reading