Australia could become the first country in the southern hemisphere to manufacture mRNA coronavirus vaccines, with the Victorian government committing $50 million to the project.
Sexual-assault accused MasterChef runner-up Ben Ungermann is being represented in court by another ex-cooking show contestant.
Thieves who stole a Sesame Street costume from a circus in Adelaide have dubbed themselves the "Big Bird Bandits" after returning their booty and apologising.
Road rage incidents in NSW are getting out of hand with tail gaiting, abuse, confrontations and assaults becoming far too common.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted of murdering George Floyd, a milestone in the fraught racial history of the United States and a rebuke of law enforcement's treatment of black Americans.
Apple Inc has announced a line of slim iMac computers, with a focus on connectivity for a work-from-home world, that uses its own processor chips.
Australia's health experts say even with the proposed reset of the COVID-19 vaccination program there is no way of putting a timetable on its completion.
Australian health authorities are "watching New Zealand" but the trans-Tasman bubble is yet to pop from a new community COVID-19 case in Auckland.
Paul Gallen and Lucas Browne have traded final barbs on the eve of their heavyweight blockbuster, each declaring the other a tainted drug cheat in yet another spicy appetiser after an expletive-laden build-up.
A Sydney high school teacher who had denied engaging in sexual acts with a student has now pleaded guilty to three charges of intercourse with a 14-year-old boy.