The Australian newspaper that ran the story about Rebel Wilson’s new relationship with a woman, has apologised and removed the gossip column.
TRT World says Australia’s federal court has ordered Google to pay more than $500,000 in damages to a politician after finding he had been defamed by a comedian’s videos hosted on YouTube.
The Guardian says Anthony Albanese will fly to Tokyo on Monday to take part in the Quad leaders’ meeting, just hours after being sworn in as the new Australian prime minister and warning that relations with China would remain “difficult”.
Anne Ryan found her 16-year-old daughter Brooke dead on her bedroom floor in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, after she suffered a suspected heart attack from sniffing aerosols
The Guardian says a hot air balloon on its maiden flight with 12 people on board made an emergency landing in a Melbourne street.
Australia has imposed Financial sanctions. “Our targeting of Russia’s state-owned enterprises in coordination with key partners undermines their capacity to boost the Russian economy.”
The Guardian says the bodies of a British father and son have been recovered from the Blue Mountains, after they were killed in a “freak” landslide.
The Guardian says Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, has told the Australian parliament that his country is “undefeatable” against Russia as long as it can count on the support of the global community.
Thousands of people across eastern Australia have been told to leave their homes as storms bear down
February’s flooding claimed at least 21 lives across the states of Queensland and New South Wales
The Guardian says a mother and son were confirmed dead, cars became trapped on flooded roads.
France24 says Floodwaters crashed into more towns on Australia’s east coast as a deadly storm front barrelled south on Wednesday towards Sydney.
Man charged with murder after 66-year-old ‘agrees to have leg cut off with saw – then dies of injuries’
The Independent says a man has been charged with murder in Australia after allegedly using a saw to amputate a 66-year-old man’s leg as part of a suspected “arrangement” between the pair.
France24 says Australia’s prime minister apologised for widespread sexual harassment, abuse and bullying of political staff Tuesday.
The Guardian says Australia will open its border for fully vaccinated tourists and all visa holders, a decision branded “bittersweet”.
The Guardian says a 22-year partnership between US and Australian researchers to identify James Cook’s ship the Endeavour has descended into a row.
Australian military ship delivering aid to Tonga reports 23 crew members & aid workers have tested positive for the Covid, officials said.
The Metro says A man has pleaded guilty to abducting the Australian girl Cleo Smith from her tent while she was on holiday with her family.
The Guardian says Man charged with murder after nine-year-old girl’s body found in a barrel near Blue Mountains
The Guardian says Australia and New Zealand have started to dispatch aid to Tonga, amid fears that relief workers could bring a “tsunami of Covid” cases.
The Independent says Temperatures in Australia have soared to the same level as the hottest day ever recorded.
The Guardian says Novak Djokovic’s Australian visa has again been cancelled just days before the start of the Australian Open.
The Guardian says Labor has accused the Morrison government of dragging out the Novak Djokovic visa saga to distract from its Omicron woes.
Novak Djokovic news LIVE: Australian Border Force investigate potential false travel claim from tennis star
The Independent says The Australian Border Force are investigating Novak Djokovic over a potential false travel claim.
The Daily Express says Novak Djokovic could be deported from Australia on Monday if the courts rule against him and the Serbian’s season may be about to take another turn for the worse.
The Guardian says Judge Anthony Kelly reads out a minute agreed to by both the government and Djokovic, where he quashes the decision to cancel Novak Djokovic’s visa.
A bid by the Australian government to delay tennis star Novak Djokovic’s appeal against deportation has been rejected by a judge overseeing his case. The
Hundreds of people in Serbia and Montenegro protest Djokovic’s Detention in Australia. Towns of Niksic, Berane and Budva gathered on Friday to voice support for
The Independent says Novak Djokovic’s mother said he was being held “like a prisoner” at a “dirty” state-run quarantine hotel in Melbourne.
BBC Sport says Tennis star Novak Djokovic has had his visa to enter Australia dramatically revoked on his arrival in Melbourne.
The Independent says Boris Johnson’s post-Brexit trade deal with Australia will damage the UK’s agriculture and food sectors.
The Independent says Another child has died from injuries sustained after a bouncy castle was lifted into the air in Australia, increasing the death toll to six.
The Metro says The UK and Australia have signed a ‘landmark’ trade deal which could cut the cost of wine, surfboards and make it easier for young Brits to work Down Under.
The Independent says Four children have died and five others were left badly injured after the bouncy castle they were playing on was blown away by strong winds in Tasmania, Australia.
The Guardian says Records including the name, tax file number and banking details of almost 80,000 South Australian government employees may have been stolen in a cyber-attack.
Aljazeera says Australia will not send officials to the Winter Olympics in Beijing, joining a US diplomatic boycott of the event and risking a further souring of relations with China.