You’ll never guess which notoriously private entrepreneur has just purchased one of WA’s most expensive properties of 2020 — for an eye-watering $7.5 million.
Russia insists the detention of poisoned opposition politician Alexei Navalny is a "domestic matter" and that the Kremlin will not heed calls for sanctions.
The Duchess of Sussex is seeking a summary judgement to settle her privacy lawsuit against a British tabloid newspaper before it goes to trial.
Anthony Albanese will use a speech tomorrow to blast Scott Morrison’s handling of the US relationship, accusing the PM of getting too cosy with Donald Trump.
Police have launched an investigation into shocking accusations of elder abuse and serious neglect inside a western suburbs aged-care home.
A survey carried out by the UK's Office of National Statistics suggests as many as one in eight people in England have already contracted COVID-19.
About a quarter of the one million NSW residents who withdrew from their super early drained their retirement savings, new figures show.
A World Health Organization-led global scheme to ensure fair distribution of COVID-19 vaccines may be overtaken by a European mechanism to share excess doses.
NSW Police believe missing businesswoman Melissa Caddick is “very much alive” and are investigating a theory she fled to Queensland after officers raided her Sydney home.
A Peppermint Grove accountant and shire councillor who stole millions of dollars from a wealthy chicken farmer will appeal his six-year jail term — but will not fight to clear his name.
The body of one man has been recovered and 24 people have been rescued by the coast guard on the Greek island of Lesbos.
BUSINESS owners around the Larapinta Trail are welcoming the move to introduce park entry fees saying it will help with essential trail maintenance
A 23-year-old Albany man who put a nurse in a headlock at the Albany Health Campus last year has been fined and denied a spent conviction.
THREE youths have been arrested in relation to a recent spate of criminal offences in Alice Springs
JASMINE BURKE, centralianadvocate.com.au
Heavy snow has left one person dead, a dozen injured and damaged more than 130 cars in a series of accidents on a busy expressway in northern Japan.
Two holidaymakers were pulled from the water by rescuers after they were dragged hundreds of metres out to sea on stand-up paddleboards at Cheynes Beach
Militants have attacked a military facility and killed at least 20 soldiers in Afghanistan's volatile northern Kunduz province.
Daily court listing for Queensland, covering Supreme, District, Magistrate, Civil and Federal courts on Wednesday, January 20, 2021.
Supermodel Miranda Kerr left her Hunter Valley property during a 14-day mandatory quarantine period in breach of the Government-issued ‘exemption’ she had been granted.
Nick Hansen and Perry Duffin
Communities along Pilbara’s coast are bracing for a severe tropical cyclone to batter them with destructive winds and heavy rain on Friday.
A woman has been handed a record 43-year prison term in Thailand after being found guilty of defaming the monarchy in online posts.
The first WA business has put its hand up to enter the Federal Government’s simplified debt restructuring process, which forms part of major insolvency reforms that went through parliament last year.
Danielle Le Messurier
Police went to the luxury home where supermodel Miranda Kerr and her Snapchat founder husband Evan Spiegel were after she breached a 14-day isolation order.
Western Australia's premier has drawn criticism for describing the emergence of homeless camps as a political stunt by "anarchists" ahead of the state election.
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