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Melbourne man’s 30 years playing Santa to multiple generations

Harold has spend more than three decades spreading Christmas cheer in Melbourne. As Santa, he has been greeting children and parents at Greensborough Plaza in Melbourne’s north east for 33 years. “I love the people here and Greensborough is the…

Socceroos fans injured by flares at Melbourne Federation Square

Two young soccer fans are recovering from severe burns after being hit by flares at Melbourne’s Federation Square during the Socceroos’ match with Argentina. Samuel Rogan was watching the clash on Sunday morning when a flare hit his friend’s face…

Man charged over alleged murder of Sydney grandfather Vincenzo Leonello

A man has been charged over the alleged murder of a Sydney grandfather found dead in an alley earlier this year. Vincenzo Leonello was found unresponsive, with bruises to his face and forearms, on Hardie Avenue in Summer Hill on…

NSW Police ordered to pay $1.5 million to former suspect in William Tyrrell disappearance

Washing machine repairman Bill Spedding will receive almost $1.5 million in compensation after suing NSW Police over their investigation into William Tyrrell’s disappearance. On Thursday, Justice Ian Harrison ordered the State of NSW to pay $1.48 million plus interest after…

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet donates to Charlie Teo Foundation

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet shocked attendees at a private fundraising event for controversial brain surgeon Charlie Teo’s charity. The event was hosted by 2GB Breakfast host Ben Fordham and was attended by the families of Mr Teo’s former patients as…

Police Minister Paul Toole’s brother released on bail after 49 days in solitary confinement

The brother of NSW Deputy Premier and Police Minister Paul Toole has been released on bail after a judge found it was “unacceptable” he was kept in solitary confinement for 23 and a half hours a day. Josh Toole was…

Australia advised to offer more support to democracy building in ‘backsliding’ region

Australia should offer more support to building sustainable democracies in the region. That’s the advice of the International Institution for Democracy and Electoral Assistance – a 34 member intergovernmental organisation that supports sustainable democracy around the world. Appearing before a…

Professor Sean Turnell welcomed in parliament after release from Myanmar prison

Sean Turnell has received a standing ovation in the House of Representatives after visiting parliament following his release from a Myanmar prison. The Macquarie University economist and his wife Dr Ha Vu arrived in the lower house with Anthony Albanese…

Trade Minister Don Farrell reveals details of meeting with Chinese ambassador

Trade Minister Don Farrell says he wants Chinese sanctions on Australian exports lifted within a year after meeting with Beijing’s top envoy to Canberra. Senator Farrell revealed he had spoken to Chinese Ambassador Xiao Qian at the Department of Foreign…

Court date set for fatal Wallan train derailment that killed two

A hearing date has been locked in for the prosecution of two agencies over a fatal train derailment in Victoria more than two years ago. The Australian Rail Track Corporation and NSW Trains each failed to ensure sufficient safety measures…

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