Tiger Woods was driving at nearly twice the speed limit on a downhill stretch of road when he lost control of an SUV outside Los Angeles and crashed in a wreck that left the golf superstar seriously injured, authorities say.
South Australia's Whyalla Steelworks could receive government assistance as legal action against its billionaire owner threatens thousands of jobs.
Nearly four in five Australians overindulge in junk food every day, according to research by the CSIRO.
At long last, the trans-Tasman bubble will open on April 19.On Tuesday, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern revealed the keenly anticipated date for scrapping the quarantine requirement for Australian travellers, declaring it an "exciting day".
The Reserve Bank has left its key interest rates at a record low at its monthly board meeting, while warning it is monitoring developments in the heated housing market.
Just a week after appointing Malcolm Turnbull to head its climate change board the NSW government has sacked the former prime minister, saying his high profile is "a distraction".
The introduction of general practice clinics to the national coronavirus vaccination program has enabled the number of doses delivered to triple in the past couple of weeks.
The condition of three victims of a boat explosion north of Sydney has improved but another person remains fighting for life.
Flu season is likely to hit Australia later than usual this year, and it could make a big comeback.
Scott Morrison's responses to sexual assault, misconduct and harassment allegations within Parliament House has split voters.