A comedian and radio star has opened up about his family’s struggle after losing his nephew in a horror military helicopter accident. On Friday morning, comedian Jim Jefferies spoke to Triple M’s Mick and MG about losing his nephew in the army helicopter crash off the Whitsunday Islands in July.
One school student is in hospital and another has been detained by police after a stabbing at a northern Adelaide school. About 9am on Friday, SA Police and paramedics were called to a school in Elizabeth Park following reports a student had been stabbed by another student. The victim sustained
A former psychiatrist turned “cold-blooded” killer who murdered a top health chief in a twisted act of revenge will continue to serve his life sentence after a court dismissed his appeal application. On Thursday, the South Australian Court of Appeal dismissed Jean Eric Gassy’s bid to appeal his life sentence
One state has leapt to action in response to a shocking video which shows racing animals being abused by a trainer. On Monday, South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas announced an inquiry into the culture and practices within the state’s greyhound racing industry. It comes as just weeks after the ABC
Two states have revealed major venues will open their gates to the public who want to watch the Matildas take on England on Wednesday night. NSW Premier Chris Minns on Sunday announced three stadiums would open their gates to soccer fans who want to “watch the game with other Australians,”
An urgent plea to boost affordable housing has been made by one organisation after recent data revealed most of Australia’s essential workers aren’t able to afford the rising price of rent. New data from Anglicare Australia revealed that in a pool of 45,895 rental listings across the country, only 2.4
Protesters have rallied together in one Australian capital city, calling for a former world leader to be released from custody. Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has been convicted of corruption charges, with an appeal to suspend those charged turned down by a Pakistani high court on August 9. On