Volcano victim stabilised in NSW hospital
The condition of a NSW victim caught in a deadly New Zealand volcano eruption has stabilised in hospital overnight.
Jetstar has now cancelled more than 50 flights on Sunday as staff continue rolling strikes across the country.
Labor says the public’s “goodwill for stuff ups” is gone after a high-profile breakdown on the first day of Sydney’s new light rail network.
Bushfire smoke will again settle across the Sydney Basin, the RFS says, and temperatures are forecast to hit the high 40s in some parts of NSW later this week.
Shadow treasurer Jim Chalmers expects Monday’s budget update will be admission that the government has failed to make the economy stronger.
High temperatures are forecast in the coming week and Sydney is set for a hazy Sunday due to bushfire smoke.
South Australia has increased the area in which kangaroos can be commercially harvested but has cut the total number to be taken because of the drought.
Labor says recent global events do not let Treasurer Josh Frydenberg off the hook from taking action to stimulate the economy in his mid-year budget update.
Two teenagers have been stabbed, with one killed, during a fight between two groups of youths on the Gold Coast.
Federal Labor’s deputy leader and defence spokesman Richard Marles is making an official visit to Cyprus, Israel and Bahrain.
Most of the 13 people being treated in Australian hospitals for burns sustained in the New Zealand volcanic eruption are listed as critically ill.
Former NSW mining minister Eddie Obeid has walked from prison three years after he was jailed for misconduct in public office.
Hours after NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian opened the new Circular Quay to Randwick light rail service, trams had issues on two parts of the network.
Following a sharp downpour over the state’s south east on Friday, more showers are forecast for Queensland over the weekend as the temperature rises.
UPDATE, 2.50PM: Thirty-two vehicles are now responding to the fire which is still burning out of control.
POLICE have confirmed there are so suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a Cohuna woman.
A teenager waved goodbye to his family and told them he loved them after being sentenced to four years’ jail yesterday following the death of a man in Shepparton last year.