A RICH kid of Instagram — branded “utterly self-centred” — has been arrested after being caught making a spectacular “mistake”.
A BLISTERING run-up to Australia Day could see this January become the hottest ever recorded with upcoming 40C days forecast.
The CFMEU put a stop to the works earlier this morning.
It produced more than 110 billion plastic bottles last year.
But now soft drink giant Coke has announced a drastic move to stop waste.
The global head of Ikea has called on the Australian government and consumers, warning “we have passed the point of debating”.
PHILLIP Island residents and visitors have been rocked by an earthquake, with one describing hearing “two large random booms”.
He brings the mysteries of the underwater world to the living rooms and hotel lobbies of everyday people.
IT IS not known exactly how much water was lost during the five hours it took to repair the damage.
Find out how much water Storm King Dam has before it could run out.
Western Downs farmers won't see benefits of new tariff cuts without a more generous water allocation.
Electric cars are the next big things but are we ready for them and are they suitable for our current lifestyles?
MOTORISTS can drive perfectly and still be hit with this hefty fine if they're not very careful.
LOCAL chook owner catches more than he bargains for when he sets his rat traps.
Shocking pictures reveal the devastating impact of structural work on Opal Tower residents’ homes and some say they never want to go back.
A ghost ship abandoned during a round-the-world sailing attempt has been discovered off the Australian coast after drifting for eight years.
Most Aussies struggle with the two or three bins they already have, but one business says we need a lot more to recycle properly.
This was the year Australia banned single-use plastic bags — and lost its mind. But it turns out the bag ban is only the beginning.
IF YOU were hoping for some relief from Australia’s sweltering heatwave before New Year’s Eve, we’ve got some bad news for you.
Horrific scenes of hundreds of dead fish, shrimp and an eel at a popular recreation spot have stirred community concerns of a potential toxic contamination.
UPDATE: Two teenagers were among six people requiring medical attention after being stung by Irukandji in Fraser Island's waters.