The 46th US President urged Americans to "start afresh" and find a way to look beyond their profound political, racial and religious differences.
The latest first lady is an English professor with a reputation as a fierce defender of her family.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said there was “no reason” why travel bubbles couldn’t be opened between the Pacific and New Zealand well within the next 12 months.
The Federal Health Minister has revealed more details about the vaccine rollout, saying he's been assured the vaccine will begin arriving in February.
Medical personnel who have been protesting for a week just as a second wave of coronavirus cases is hitting the country, have now stepped up their fight.
However, the Information and Privacy Commissioner did hand over its report on the matter to the Independent Commission Against Corruption and the State Archives and Records and Authority.
The former Queensland Crown prosecutor is in custody on fraud-related charges following his arrest in Port Moresby.
A landlord and his friend faked a phone call to a fictitious standover man and put cable ties and lock on a table after the tenant sublet without permission.
Australia's post-pandemic job's recovery continued to December but NSW bucked the positive trend, shedding 17,100 jobs in the month.
ASX-listed Link told the market it had beaten expectations when it reported its revenue guidance had changed from $594 million to $597 million for the half.
For a player who hasn’t hit a competitive ball in anger for almost a year, Nick Kyrgios has rarely been so popular or respected in the fickle eyes of the Australian public.
Central Coast Mariners centre-back Ruon Tongyik credits his unlikely friendship with his elderly neighbour, Remo Pertot, with helping him strike the right balance in his life.
The wife of Prince Harry is suing publisher Associated Newspapers after its tabloid printed extracts of her letter to her father.
The movie High Ground was a profound experience for Simon Baker, who plays a sniper involved in an early 20th century massacre in the Northern Territory.
Jennifer Lopez, 51, said she has never had Botox after followers challenged the idea her looks had anything to do with genetics or skincare.
Forced by the pandemic to mark the 46th presidency with a "virtual" celebration, Celebrating America invited everyone to the usually invitation-only after-party.
US President Joe Biden said in September the United States was open to rejoining the pact if Iran returned to strict compliance.
Blistering heat from inland Australia will sweep towards the NSW coast, prompting warnings about heat-related illnesses.
Luke Henry has been refused bail following an allegedly vicious attack on his 60-year-old mother.
NSW has recorded a fourth straight day without a local case, as the federal government reveals details of the vaccine rollout.
Tom Starling's lawyer has slammed officers who allegedly punched and elbowed the Raiders star in the face during a brawl.
The lawyer for a German Olympic rower who allegedly killed a Sydney father in a hit-and-run says there is "no evidence to support" the charges, which have "ruined" his client's life.
Dorr-e Dari is a nuanced exchange of energy, emotion and ideas, driven by the heart.
In 2020 composer Stu Hunter shrunk his horizons from ensembles to solo piano, and The Beautiful Things resulted.
About 200 staff at Peters' factory in Melbourne will stop doing overtime from Friday in protest at the company's pay offer.
Qantas has forged ahead with signing contracts to outsource 2000 baggage handling and cleaning jobs despite facing a union court challenge over the redundancies.
Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1914, Morley was a girl when the so-called Spanish flu killed millions around the world in 1918-1920.
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Pent-up demand from city dwellers being priced out of Canberra’s record high rental prices has put pressure on rents for houses in regional areas.
It looks unassuming but step through the front door and there's a twist that's not for the faint-hearted. Or, perhaps, vegetarians.
Foundational texts like The Canterbury Tales would no longer be taught under proposals to stop teaching medieval literature.
The world No.50 became public enemy No.1 when he boarded a plane to Melbourne despite testing positive to coronavirus. The eccentric American has a message for Australia - and TA chief Craig Tiley.
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Tom Starling's lawyer Samar Singh-Panwar expects police actions will be officially investigated after serious charges against the Raiders star arising from a bar brawl were dropped on Thursday.
Pat Cummins would be a rarity in Australian cricket history if he succeeded Tim Paine but as vice-captain he is notionally next in line.
The 25-year-old knows he has become much better at reading the room in the last year - and production companies are vying for the right to document the story of his transformation.
Jake Gordon is the new Waratahs captain and he has a message for those who say NSW won't be a factor this Super Rugby season - "I don't care."
The co-chair of Cricket Australia's First Nation's Advisory Committee expected backlash about plans to drop Australia Day from January 26 BBL promotions.
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