Just a week after appointing Malcolm Turnbull to head its climate change board the NSW government has sacked the former prime minister, saying his high profile is "a distraction".
The introduction of general practice clinics to the national coronavirus vaccination program has enabled the number of doses delivered to triple in the past couple of weeks.
The condition of three victims of a boat explosion north of Sydney has improved but another person remains fighting for life.
Flu season is likely to hit Australia later than usual this year, and it could make a big comeback.
Scott Morrison's responses to sexual assault, misconduct and harassment allegations within Parliament House has split voters.
The family of Australian fashion icon Carla Zampatti has accepted the NSW Government's offer of a state funeral, after her death days after a fall at an outdoor opera performance.
The prospect of using a public a toilet, especially when other people are around, is enough to delay the inevitable.
A Melbourne man's rare blood clotting disorder, likely linked to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, will not affect its rollout to Australians.
A motorist has rammed a car into US Capitol police and brandished a knife, killing one officer and injuring another and forcing the Capitol complex to lock down in an attack that police said did not appear to be terrorism-related.
The final remaining NSW residents forced from homes by floods have only just been allowed to return but another storm system capable of swamping already-soaked catchments is on its way.