The skills shortage crisis is predicted to be six times worse than the GFC, with more than 100,000 apprentices and trainees set to go this year.
The AFL is investigating whether spectators could return to games in small numbers, including the possibility of starting with 50 seated patrons.
In perhaps the only upside of the coronavirus pandemic, flu infections are low in what was expected to be a deadly season.
Australia is experiencing its first recession in decades, with jobs, wages, the cost of living and the housing market all set to be impacted.
US Marines arriving in Australia have been warned they could face disciplinary action if they don’t adhere to quarantine requirements.
Weddings are set to be whole lot less fun under regulations proposed by the industry to get hospitality back to work again after the coronavirus pandemic.
New Zealand is expected allow large crowds to gather at sporting events and concerts, allowing Australia to play international sporting games.
Everyone entering Royal Randwick on Saturday will be checked by thermal cameras, the first deployment of such measures at an Australian sporting venue.
They say a picture paints a 1000 words - but this billboard hopes to project a very loud and simple message to Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
‘Stop wondering what the high end wealthy are doing, and own your own island that is cheaper than a house block in the burbs’
A 20-year-old man admitted to the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl in Tasmania but a judge allowed him to skip jail for his offending.
Family of an Aboriginal teen hospitalised after being arrested have called for the officer to be charged as NSW Police Minister said it was ‘not unprovoked’.
Blackwater residents are “pissed off” and don’t believe a State Government apology is enough, following Nathan Turner’s coronavirus misdiagnosis
The wife of a newly-wedded Hervey Bay man has made a desperate plea for information about his whereabouts, after police scaled back a week-long search.
Australia is in a position it hasn’t been in since the 1990s and there’s one graph that should have economists’ alarm bells ringing.