A 23-year-old is dead after plummeting 10 metres from a Gold Coast church roof where he was with five other men at about 2:00am today.
A man is taken to hospital after a light plane crashed into a field north of Bungendore, in southern New South Wales.
An apparent braking fault is causing Lime scooters to lock up without notice, prompting Auckland authorities to issue the ride sharing company an ultimatum: shape up or ship out.
A grader driver was rushed to hospital but died after his vehicle collided with a personnel carrier underground at Anglo American's Moranbah North mine.
The accident, at Anglo American's Moranbah North mine, saw the grader smash into a personnel carrier on an access road near the surface. Ten other workers were injured, with four airlifted to hospital.
As Queenslanders continue to deal with the fallout of unprecedented flooding, we take a look at the stories of resilience to emerge from the state's natural disaster.
Eight employees of Brazilian mining company Vale SA, including two executives, are arrested as part of a criminal investigation into the cause of a deadly dam disaster that claimed the life of more than 160 people.
An audit report reveals the Rottnest Island Authority could only provide evidence of one inspection of the ageing jetty from late-2014 until the incident last year.
Banks and insurers must "lift their socks" and show compassion to north Queenslanders affected by the floods, Deputy Premier Jackie Trad says, as insurers receive about 12,000 claims so far in the Townsville region.
Banks and insurers must be "good corporate citizens" and show compassion to north Queenslanders affected by the floods, Deputy Premier Jackie Trad says, with insurers receiving about 12,000 claims so far in the Townsville region.