Victoria has recorded 1534 new local Covid cases as health officials call out a number of new areas where rapid transmission of the virus is occurring.
NSW recorded 304 new Covid cases and three deaths on Wednesday as the state’s vaccination rate continues to surge.
South Africa’s Quinton de Kock will have to live with the consequences of walking out of the T20 World Cup, his captain says.
The third Covid dose, a booster, will be administered six months after Australians receive their second shot.
The Prime Minister has hit back at claims his net zero plans were “embarrassing” in a bold on-air exchange.
A new theory has emerged in the search for a millionaire Sydney restaurateur who skipped bail on Monday charged over a major drug importation.
Jack Paynter, Steve Zemek and Catie McLeod
Getting a test for COVID-19 will soon become a lot easier with major supermarkets across Australia set to introduce a new item to its shelves.
Mr Walkerbear, who was remanded in custody recently, was believed to have scaled the outside fence of the prison — which is situated in the middle of the Broome township
The Queensland government has been branded ‘chaotic’ by rival parties, accused of lacking transparency and for continually gagging debate.
An island over 1000km from the Australian mainland is set to switch state allegiances over its health and schooling services.
Crown’s top boss insists he’s confident in a high-up executive who was promoted even higher despite being part of the scandal-plagued ‘legacy’ team.
Rebecca Le May
Nearly every local business will fall under the new directive, mandating that all employees receive both doses of the COVID vaccine by January 31.
The Royal Australian Navy has confirmed Geraldton as the home port of a soon-to-be commissioned supply ship.
Year 12 students at East Kimberley College heard the school siren sound for the last time on Friday afternoon, as they completed the last day of their high school journey.
Around 100 of people gathered outside Geraldton MP Lara Dalton’s office on Friday to protest against the State Government’s recent “no jab, no job” mandate.
Elise Van Aken
A corruption investigation has heard stunning evidence giving a glimpse into Gladys Berejiklian’s secret relationship with an MP.
A Broome not-for-profit which provided in excess of 30,000 meals to local children in need last year has been forced to close its doors after failing to secure the funding.
East Kimberley College glistened at its brightest on Saturday morning as more than 300 people joined Kununurra’s first community colour run.
If high-octane rock ‘n’ roll music is your jam then prepare to strap yourselves in for a night of guitar-fuelled madness when The Southern River Band tour Geraldton this week.
A Geraldton man was fined $1300 for smashing a guitar over his sister’s head during an argument.
Rebuilding the community’s trust was the top priority for outgoing Exmouth Shire president Matt Niikkula when he was elected four years ago.
A local maintenance specialist provider has beaten organisations like McDonald’s to win the Employer of Choice award.
Young doctors who have joined class actions against the Victorian public hospital system claim excessive workloads are putting patients’ lives at risk.
The ASX ran out of steam following a choppy start, but Crown Resorts surged after the Victorian royal commission gave its flagship Melbourne casino a stay of execution.
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