Nate Whitton was living the dream in New York City as a director and producer in the fashion industry. But COVID-19 changed all that and he has moved back in with his parents in rural Australia.
The Northern Territory Premier League will be the focus of the sporting community on Friday night when it becomes the first league to re-introduce crowds since the coronavirus pandemic took hold.
AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan is convinced the league will agree to a revised broadcast deal with Channel Seven and Foxtel in time for the season's resumption in six days.
The ex-senator launches a last-ditch bid against a bankruptcy ruling, hoping to regain the seat he officially lost yesterday.
Michael Chamberlain, who has died at 72, will be farewelled at Cooranbong, on the NSW Central Coast.
A yachtsman who went missing at sea with his six-year-old daughter has revealed details of their ordeal.
Tigerair has again cancelled flights in and out of Denpasar, and there is no sign of the dispute being resolved.
An Iftar dinner party thrown by the PM and attended by a controversial Islamic preacher cost taxpayers more than $30,000.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe will arrive in Sydney tomorrow for a weekend meeting with Malcolm Turnbull.
Scientists have found a new building block of life deep in the cold darkness of interstellar space.
Only one Australian restaurant made the cut this year in the contentious World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.
We seem to be in the final stage of the apartment bubble, with developers offering huge inventives to Chinese agents.
Agents are being offered double the normal commission to help shift apartments throughout capital cities.
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The government has released figures to show arts workers are receiving coronavirus wage subsidies as it weighs up a targeted support package for the struggling sector.
Australia has called time on a military training mission in Iraq.
Almost $30 million in federal funding will be used to support medical research into the nation's two biggest killers, heart disease and stroke.
A significant reduction in premature births in Western Australia shows prevention efforts should be targeted at all pregnant women, not just those with risk factors, researchers say.
As many as 10,000 South Australian tenants suffering financial hardship caused by the coronavirus pandemic could apply for rent relief under a new state government scheme.
Up to $52 million of works on bushfire-ravaged Kangaroo Island have started to help rebuild and boost the nature-based tourism economy.
Australia's skills system is underperforming, excessively complicated and needs a comprehensive overhaul.
A pair of lions that mauled a female zookeeper inside an enclosure on the NSW South Coast will not be euthanised.
Police are urging a driver to come forward after a man was fatally struck on a Melbourne highway.