Tagged: National Breaking News

Hunt for ex-Sydney man over child abuse 0

Hunt for ex-Sydney man over child abuse

A former resident of Australia accused of sexually abusing children in Sydney over a six-year period in the 1980s is being hunted by NSW and international police.

Push to up light rail hours as lockouts go 0

Push to up light rail hours as lockouts go

The operating hours of Sydney’s $2.9 billion light rail should be extended beyond 1am once the city’s lockout laws are scrapped to avoid a “powder keg” emerging when bars and clubs close, a union for health workers says.

Coburg locals rally for safety after rape 0

Coburg locals rally for safety after rape

Locals from a Melbourne suburb have marched “to reclaim our Merri Creek” on Sunday after an accused rapist allegedly choked and nearly drowned a woman as she jogged in a park on Tuesday evening.

SA releases 10-year housing plan 0

SA releases 10-year housing plan

A $550 million housing and homelessness strategy to create jobs and help more people buy their own home has been unveiled by the South Australian government.

Restore faith in politics: senior Labor MP 0

Restore faith in politics: senior Labor MP

Senior Labor figure Tanya Plibersek has demanded her party lead the way on stamping out political corruption and restoring faith in democracy.

Fire danger downgraded on Kangaroo Island 0

Fire danger downgraded on Kangaroo Island

A bushfire alert for a blaze threatening lives at Newland on Kangaroo Island has been downgraded, the South Australia Country Fire Service says.

Second-busiest auction week of the year 0

Second-busiest auction week of the year

Australia’s housing market has had its second-busiest week of the year, with more than 2800 homes going under the hammer across capital cities.

Second-busiest auction week of the year 0

Second-busiest auction week of the year

Australia’s housing market has had its second-busiest week of the year, with more than 2800 homes going under the hammer across capital cities.

Unions push ALP for insecure jobs pledge 0

Unions push ALP for insecure jobs pledge

Australian Council of Trade Unions secretary Sally McManus has urged Labor to promise to halve the number of Australians in insecure jobs.