An Australian journalist and cameraman have been assaulted by US police while reporting on protests outside the White House.
Hundreds have marched through Sydney's CBD in solidarity with those protesting in the US over the death of George Floyd while being arrested in Minneapolis.
At least five US police officers have been hit by gunfire during violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody, hours after President Donald Trump vowed to use the military to halt the unrest.
The NSW Upper House has reversed the state government's controversial 12-month pay freeze for public servants as the state government vows to pursue the policy through the Industrial Relations Commission.
North Queensland have been dealt a monster blow with Jason Taumalolo ruled out of their clash with Cronulla with a minor knee injury.
Had any of the Queensland child safety officers tasked with looking after an abused toddler done their job in the weeks before his horrific death, he may still be alive, a coroner says.
Sixteen of the 50 shipping containers lost off the APL England in heavy seas almost 10 days ago have been recovered, but NSW authorities admit with most still missing "we have a big job ahead of us".
There have been 59 cases of coronavirus in indigenous Australians, a Senate inquiry has heard.
The grieving family of a Queensland man who tested positive then negative for coronavirus will never know if he was really infected, authorities say.
Gyms, dance studios and other physical fitness centres in NSW will reopen within a fortnight after being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while children's community sport will return next month.
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