Two game-changing new cars coming soon

Lexus is joining the electric car party. The Japanese luxury brand – and its parent company Toyota – have been slow on the uptake of electric cars, instead focusing on conventional hybrids, but that is all about to change. Lexus has confirmed it will reveal...

Sydney’s reprieve from record cold snap

Sydney has shivered through a record-breaking cold snap, and the frosty mornings look set to continue across eastern Australia. A record-breaking cold snap sweeping across eastern Australia looks set to hang around over the weekend. Sydney has recorded its coldest run of May nights in...

New weapon in mice plague crisis

The mouse plague continues to wreak havoc across NSW, but the state government has revealed a deadly weapon to tackle the crisis. The NSW government has secured 5000 litres of one of the world’s strongest mice-killing chemicals in the latest bid to crack down on...

Daughters’ moving tribute to shark victim

The daughters of a Sydney man killed by a shark while holidaying with friends have issued a moving handwritten tribute to their father. The heartbroken daughters of a shark attack victim have penned a moving tribute to their father, describing him as “a truly special...

Daughters’ moving tribute to shark victim

The heartbroken daughters of a shark attack victim have penned a moving tribute to their father, describing him as “a truly special soul”. Northern Beaches father Mark Sanguinetti, 59, was on a surfing trip with friends when he was fatally mauled by a shark at...

‘Poor move’: ScoMo’s ‘appalling’ $600m plan

Economic and energy experts say a new gas-fired power plant makes ‘no economic sense’, but the government insists it’s good for jobs. Economic and energy experts alike have slammed the Morrison Government’s announcement of a new gas-fired power station in NSW, labelling it an “appalling”...

Bitcoin falls almost 30% after China crackdown

The price of bitcoin fell by almost 30% on Wednesday, after a Chinese government crackdown on banks’ use of cryptocurrencies accelerated a long-predicted sell-off. The world’s largest digital currency tumbled to about $30,000 (£21,000) amid frenzied trading, a drop of more than 50% since it...