Floodwaters in a rural Queensland town have shut a main highway and are expected to continue rising throughout the week.
Separated by bulletproof glass 20 metres away, John Shipton can do nothing but smile or wave as his son stares down a possible extradition to the US and 175 years' imprisonment.
Coercive control in relationships is something that can frighten victims so much they're unable to make safe decisions.
Woolworths' staff underpayments have jumped to $315 million across a larger number of employees than initially thought, with the figure potentially rising further once a review into the nine-year scandal is complete.
Virgin Australia is slashing its Tigerair fleet and cutting back on flights to rein in costs as the coronavirus cruels demand for leisure destinations and its budget airline's routes.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has alerted Americans to begin preparing for the spread of coronavirus in the United States after infections surfaced in several more countries.
Security has been stepped up at some German carnival processions after a local man ploughed his car into a parade, injuring 61 people, including 20 children.
Thousands of classified US diplomatic files obtained by WikiLeaks were only made public after the password to unlock the trove was published in a book, Julian Assange's lawyer says.
Global stock markets have stabilised on Tuesday after a wave of early selling petered out and Wall Street futures managed a solid bounce after the previous day's sharp sell-off on fears about the spreading coronavirus.
The World Health Organisation has named the illness COVID-19, referring to its origin late last year and the coronavirus that causes it.