A man has almost died after he was kicked during a fight on a busy Adelaide street.
Elderly Sydney residents are being warned to beware of a cold call scam after victims' personal details were used to make thousands of dollars in fraudulent transactions.
The United States and other countries have tightened travel curbs and businesses said they were facing supply problems because of the coronavirus in China, a day after the World Health Organisation declared a global health emergency.
LATEST ON THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK:NATIONAL* A scheduled Qantas flight to Hong Kong on Friday will stay in the city and wait for approval from China to fly into Wuhan to extract stranded Australians, possibly on Sunday or Monday.
Australian researchers are tasked with forming a clearer picture of the deadly new coronavirus in order to pave the way for testing potential vaccines.
NSW ambulance response times are among the slowest in the country, with the state recording its longest wait time in a decade.
The rugby league future of embattled Penrith playmaker Tyrone May hinges on a meeting between the NRL club and its governing body next week.
Ten years after being found guilty of killing her partner, Hobart grandmother Susan Neill-Fraser's second appeal against her conviction will be heard in court.
A magistrate has spared Penrith playmaker Tyrone May jail but ensured a lecture about consent in the "Me Too" era is ringing in his ears.
The Hockeyroos have been swotting and sweating in Sydney as they prepare for the prospect of more penalty shootouts this weekend in clashes with defending Olympic champions Great Britain.