There’s a new plan to make physical plastic driver’s licences and identification cards a thing of the past in one Australian state.
A walking accident two years ago changed Rachel Hawken's life forever as she now has to grapple with an inability to chew food.
Health experts across the country are urging people to stay home if they are unwell, as the death toll from this year’s virus rises.
In just a few weeks, 230 drivers have been penalised under NSW’s harsh new drink-driving laws, with even low-range offenders losing licences.
On the same day a tennis legend declared Ash Barty a “champion” a tennis great walked out on the red-hot Aussie star.
Basketball fans are fleeing in panic as police say at least two people have been shot at a massive victory rally for the Toronto Raptors.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ‘disintegrated into confetti,’ while the captain appears to have run ‘amok,’ according to a new report.
BERYL King was queen for a day at St Anthony's Primary School Kingscliff last month.
AUSTRALIA'S first rescued food supermarket has opened and it's another one of the 'firsts' created by OzHarvest founder, Ronni Kahn.
Shock jock Alan Jones copped a brutal shutdown on tonight’s Q&A over a single digit he quoted to make a point.
The protests have kicked up another gear after an estimated two million marched and an ex-prisoner called for the city’s leader to resign.
Fashion & Beauty
Famous American socialite and designer Gloria Vanderbilt has died at the age of 95, but her life of immense privilege was also marred by tragedy.
Things took a very unexpected turn when one guest decided to launch into a no-holds-barred monologue, stunning the show’s hosts.
THE Morrison government says its focus is getting Labor on board its income tax plan, rather than seeking the support of crossbenchers.
You might not know what Gazoo means but the Japanese brand is set to change all that with a range of go-fast models, including a potential HiLux performance version.
GOING TROPPO: Fraser Coast-Hervey Bay combined Probus club held a tropical luncheon to celebrate the new President and Committee.
Labor remains keen for the federal government to take up New Zealand's offer to resettle some refugees, while 800 people remain in offshore detention centres.
Pauline Hanson raised eyebrows with her bizarre choice of setting for her TV interview this morning. She delivered a more substantive surprise as well.
Sydney motorist Sheree Panetta was shocked when she copped a $337 fine for breaking a road rule many people would never guess was an offence.
Kirra-Tugun Probus club enjoyed breakfast at the Kingscliff Beach Bowls club followed by a quite enjoyable morning in the sun - barefoot but comfortable.