Insane footage has captured the moment a car suddenly lurched forward during parking practice, before it crashed through a concrete barrier and rolled onto a busy beach in front of horrified sunbathers. Witness Rachel Chappell recalled herself and bystanders being “flabbergasted” as to how the green Kia Seltos suddenly ended
Speculation has swirled after a customer spotted small cameras on the shelves of one Woolworths store. In June the supermarket giant revealed it would install more than 500 “bite-sized” cameras on every shelf of its Wetherill Park store in NSW to help improve product availability. Some customers, however, have raised
A new book written by consent activist Chanel Contos has prompted some surprising sex stories from Aussie dads. Consent Laid Bare hit bookstores across the country two weeks ago and comes more than two years after her infamous Instagram poll uncovered thousands of stories of sexual assault from Australian students.
A Senate inquiry into the cost of living has heard rents in Perth will continue to rise well into 2024, as housing supply remains a major issue. Senators gathered in the Western Australian capital on Tuesday, where they heard from organisations and stakeholders giving evidence for a report to be
Queensland public transport users have been told they could be able to nab a share in millions of dollars sitting in government coffers, as the state’s network moves towards smart ticketing. Last financial year, $8.6 million was transferred from dormant Go Card accounts to Translink because the cards had been
The next leader of the Victorian Labor Party will be decided at a caucus vote on Wednesday following the shock resignation of Daniel Andrews after nine years in power. Deputy Premier Jacinta Allan is widely expected to succeed Mr Andrews, but the outgoing premier on Tuesday said the next leader
Sydney commuters have faced lengthy delays on Tuesday morning after a large factory in the city’s southwest was“destroyed” by a massive blaze. Fire crews were called to the fire on Canterbury Rd, Canterbury about 2.30am, with about 70 firefighters, 25 trucks and additional aerial appliances deployed to tackle the inferno.
Australian billionaire Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest’ father has died surrounded by family at his ancestral Western Australian home. Donald Forrest, 95, died in the early hours of Sunday morning at Minderoo station. His obituary said he “passed away peacefully in his sleep, knowing he was with people and places he loved”.
Climate change could cost Australia about $1.8bn in crop losses alone within 30 years if drastic action isn’t taken, Treasurer Jim Chalmers has warned. In a speech to the national drought forum in Rockhampton, Dr Chalmers unveiled the latest Treasury modelling which reveal the economic impact of inaction. Dr Chalmers