Driver stabbed with knife in Sydney traffic light tantrum

A 46-year-old driver is in intensive care after allegedly being stabbed through his open car window when he stopped at traffic lights in Sydney on Sunday night during a violent road rant. The police are still looking for the suspect. At around 8pm on Sunday, police were informed that two men in a black Toyota … Read more

Sean Turnell reveals the grim life in Myanmar’s infamous prison

Sean Turnell has spoken out about his 650 days in a Myanmar prison, including his time in a “windowless box” and in an open cell exposed to the elements. Professor Turnell finally returned to Australia last week after spending nearly two years behind bars in Myanmar following a marathon attempt by Australian authorities and his … Read more

Reality TV star Matt Wright has issued an arrest warrant following a deadly helicopter crash in NT

Reality TV star Matt Wright has broken his silence after an arrest warrant was issued against him in connection with a deadly helicopter crash that killed his co-star earlier this year. Chris “Willow” Wilson, who also starred in Outback Wrangler and Wild Croc Territory, was collecting crocodile eggs in the Northern Territory on February 28 … Read more

The British minister says Australian submarines will insure neighbours

CANBERRA, Australia — Australia’s move to nuclear-powered submarines will reassure its neighbors in the South Pacific of its commitment to regional security, Britain’s foreign secretary for the Indo-Pacific said Monday. Australia will announce in March what type of submarine powered by US nuclear technology it plans to build under an agreement with the United States … Read more

Robert Irwin was reportedly “dating” Scarlett Buckley, Heath Ledger’s niece

Robert Irwin has been spotted on a date with Heath Ledger’s niece. The 18-year-old son of the late ‘Crocodile Hunter’ Steve Irwin has reportedly struck up a romance with Scarlett Buckley, also 18, with the pair pictured enjoying a sunset stroll in Queensland earlier this month. In photos published by New idea magazine, the two … Read more

The Queen’s cancer exposes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision not to visit her

On March 29 of this year, the world let out a collective gasp, followed by a very loud “what the dickens?!” followed by a resigned sigh as Queen Elizabeth appeared at Westminster Abbey with Prince Andrew by her side at Prince Philip’s memorial service. Within minutes, Andrews’ self-proclaimed starring role on the service, just after … Read more

Confusing new equipment at Sydney’s children’s playground causes confusion

Aussies are divided over the decision to install three tree stumps in a children’s playground. The unique design appeared on a playground in Canterbury Bankstown City Council in Sydney’s southwest. A confused local shared a photo of the playground on Reddit, questioning the purpose of the stumps. “What is it for? And is it a … Read more

NATO’s impending fault line: China – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Voiced by artificial intelligence. NATO allies finally agreed earlier this year that China is a “challenge”. What that means is a mystery. That’s the task facing the officials of NATO’s 30-member organization since settling on the label in June: to turn an endlessly malleable term into a real … Read more

Australia reduces national terror threat to ‘possible’

CANBERRA, Australia — Australia’s terrorism threat level has been lowered from ‘probable’ to ‘possible’ for the first time since 2014, the head of the country’s main domestic intelligence agency said Monday. The defeat of the Islamic State group in the Middle East battle and an ineffective al-Qaeda propaganda machine that failed to connect with Western … Read more