The husband of an Australian woman killed by a bus travelling at 70km/h in a 20km/h zone in Mexico last month, has blamed her death on privately owned bus companies, whose drivers race each other to pick up customers before one another.
It's cheap, safe, non-addictive and saves lives, so why has the overdose reversal drug Naloxone been overlooked by the medical establishment?
Hong Kong's embattled leader Leung Chun-ying said there was "zero chance" the demands of pro-democracy protesters would be met, while reiterating he felt he had done nothing "ethically or legally" wrong by accepting multimillion-dollar payments from Australian engineering company UGL.
The Block's Shaynna Blaze and Darren Palmer pick favourites Max and Karstan to take out the renovation series but can't rule out an upset.
Legal experts have backed calls by the Prime Minister's top indigenous adviser to set a date for a referendum on the constitutional recognition of indigenous Australians as soon as possible to avoid a loss of momentum.
A Sydney man has tried to have a female Supreme Court judge disqualify herself from hearing a matter because he suspected she was a "feminist with leftist leanings".
Charities are pessimistic about their capacity to meet an expected growth in demand for their services over the next 12 months, a new report reveals.
Shameema Kolia✓ first won over the mums. Families, after all, are often the first to spot the signs of troubled youth. But winning over the sons surprised her more.
A woman who allegedly attempted to abduct a toddler from her mother's car in Sydney's west has been referred for a psychiatric assessment.
Helping others sell their goods has become a useful career option.