RAIN has arrived in western Victoria with the passing of a weather front this afternoon.
THE Victorian Government will give $25m to implement key recommendations handed down by the Hazelwood Mine Fire Inquiry.
FORMER Victorian Government employees have been asked to contribute to an inquiry into the use of dangerous chemicals.
UPDATE: A NUMBER of homes have lost power as damaging winds and rain hit Adelaide and other parts of the state.
AUSTRALIA’S advertising watchdog says it will not investigate complaints against PETA’s latest campaign.
A VICTORIA Police dog took a chunk out of a car thief’s arm in Bacchus Marsh this morning.
BROTHERS Isaac and Thomas Bramich are naturals when it comes to whipcracking.
MINING giant Anglo American has backflipped in its bid for an open-cut coal mine near Hunter Valley horse studs.
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- Highlights of the centenary Anzac services
MELBURNIANS gathered in huge numbers despite rain to mark the 100th anniversary of the first landings at Gallipoli. See the best of social media
A TEACHER at an elite Melbourne private school has quit after being accused of sending explicit online messages to both existing and former female students.
AUSTRALIA’S richest person, Gina Rinehart, is famously estranged from at least two of her own children — but she has news for them: there are some new kids on the block.
NADINE Castillo and Josh Antunovic have ticked off life’s biggest celebrations in a whirlwind 72 hours this week.
BUYER advocates want murky rules changed to disclose whether a property has been the scene of a crime, tragic accident or another grim episode.
UPDATE: AUTHORITIES will probe shock claims as a Melbourne Islamic high school denies girls are banned from running to protect their virginity.
SYDNEY has been smashed by a hail storm that has cut power, halted football matches and caused flash flooding. Hail stones of up to 2cm were recorded in some areas.
The sounds of bagpipes, tubas, clashing cymbals and snare drums could be heard mixing with rolling applause from the crowds as marchers made their way along Martin Place.
THE aftermath. The “coming out”. Former journalist Amanda Goff tells exactly what happened when she revealed herself as Samantha X — “Tuck shop mum’s double life as an escort”
ZOO Weekly’s bikini-clad Anzac Day magazine issue has been slammed as inappropriate by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
GO local. That is the message for those attending Anzac Day services in NSW. Check our complete guide to NSW dawn service locations, Sydney’s Anzac Day parade route and where you can play two-up.
LIVE BLOG: A university lecturer screened a graphic video of her vagina to a class of first-year students. PLUS: Bikie shooting in Penrith car park.
RECORD crowds have packed Anzac Day events across Queensland. See the best from social media across the state and Australia.
GOLD Coast identity Ken Lacey has been caught up in the cocaine scandal engulfing the Gold Coast Titans
ONCE staples on the delivery room rollcall, these are the baby names now disappearing. But probably not forever.
OFF they went, the shearers and teachers, bank clerks and labourers. They downed tools at railways and sawmills across Queensland, and left saddles on cattle stations to enlist. So many would never come home.
KEVIN Dennis can’t look at his wedding photos the same way after he noticed something strange. Look a little closer.
RECORD numbers are expected to attend Anzac events this year to mark 100 years since the landing at Anzac Cove in Gallipoli. See our statewide services guide.
AS Director of Public Prosecutions, Stephen Pallaras had no fear of speaking out for his office and embarrassing the Labor government. Now he says he’s been made to pay the price.
ONLOOKERS have described their horror at seeing a huge great white shark bite the leg off a surfer near Port Lincoln today.
IN their tens of thousands, South Australians have risen before dawn to attend Anzac Day services around the state. GALLERY: YOUR ANZAC DAY PICTURES
MOST of the state’s centenary Anzac Day services will get off to a cold, wet and windy start — coming on the back of heavy rain and strong winds across much of South Australia on Friday evening.
HIS weekly welfare payment pinged into his bank account and the first thing Karl did was find his next hit of ice on the streets of Adelaide.
LOOKING to attend an Anzac service this Saturday? Well, we’ve made it easy for you to find one close to your house.
THE silent reverence and contemplation at the break of dawn was even more deafening than the roaring fly-past overhead as a record crowd packed out Kings Park.
GALLIPOLI Landing is the final Anzac coin to collect and is available for $3 with this weekend’s Sunday Times. CLICK HERE FOR ALL THE CODEWORDS
EMERGENCY crews had to put out three fires in Perth’s Kings Park before a record 80,000 people attended WA’s biggest Anzac Day dawn service on Saturday.
FOUR teenagers have been charged over a robbing spree on young girls, including a 13-year-old charged with sharing explicit images of children and stealing a car.
A COMO mum who fought off an armed intruder to save her teenage daughter says he “picked the wrong lady”.
UBER, the new ride-sharing app service is offering Perth people free luxury rides — in Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Porsches — around the CBD on Friday.
THE Hobart City Council is confident of a strong turnout at Salamanca Market tomorrow.
DAMON Thomas says an incorrect diary entry led to a mix-up over a lunch date with celebrated journalist Charles Wooley and lawyer Greg Barns.
HOBART’S poppy field of remembrance has evoked an outpouring of emotion, writes REX GARDNER.
HOBART’S bid for its first hospital helipad will need to pass a range of stringent tests before it is approved.
A VIDEO of people swimming with Tasmanian fur seals has reached more than 2.1 million people.
CIVIL liberties advocates and the legal community are urging the State Government to get the message on mandatory sentencing after a second defeat on the issue in the Upper House.
THOUSANDS turned out across the Northern Territory to remember the sacrifices made by our fallen soldiers | ANZAC DAY 2015 GALLERY
FIND out where all the Anzac Day services and events are being held across Northern Territory with our extensive guide.
POLICE are investigating how a six-month-old baby girl, under the care of the NT child protection system, has ended up on life support in hospital.
A DOG who ate his way out of his owner’s home to reach a bitch on heat has sparked an investigation into the conditions at Darwin Council’s animal pound.
SPEAKER Kezia Purick has attacked Lands and Planning Minister Dave Tollner after he approved the development of urban blocks around Bees Creek.
ONLY in the Territory could you find ads for steel-capped thongs, a used condom and an autistic guitar.
A NEW player in the milk market has emerged from the ashes of United Dairy Power
CHINA’S New Hope Dairy has formed part of a consortium, which has moved to purchase a NSW farm.