With vaccine in short supply in some areas, US health systems are holding off wider first shots, until priority groups have had their second dose.
Despite pleas from the National Trust, the City of Sydney and the NSW government have green lit developers to knock down two historic George St buildings to make way for a hotel expansion.
NSW has recorded six locally acquired cases of COVID-19, all linked to the western Sydney man whose positive result was reported on Saturday.
Greta Stonehouse and Luke Costin
NSW has six new local COVID cases, all within one family and a close contact of theirs. It comes as the governments acts to make private security guards in police-controlled quarantine hotels wear masks.
Jane Hansen and Gerard Cockburn
More than 3.5 million people in the UK have received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, in what Boris Johnson has called a 'fantastic national effort'.
Harriet Line, PA Deputy Political Editor
A fire in the southern suburbs remains out-of-control after tearing through at least one home and causing the evacuation of countless residents.
Andi Yu and staff reporters
A committee chaired by One Nation NSW leader Mark Latham will conduct an inquiry into a bill aiming to prevent gender fluidity from being taught in classrooms.
An emergency bushfire warning has been issued for several Perth suburbs with crews working to strengthen containment lines.
Towns’ Jai Russell made his eighth Geraldton Bendigo Bank Cricket League century on Saturday and went past 6000 runs.
Queensland authorities have reported no new locally-acquired coronavirus cases on Sunday.
A woman has been charged with murder over the stabbing death of a man at a property in Maitland in the NSW Hunter region.
Queensland has recorded two new cases of COVID-19 - both in hotel quarantine - as the Federal Government confirms Greater Brisbane is no longer a virus hotspot.
Domanii Cameron, Jessica Marszalek, Gerard Cockburn
Health Minister Greg Hunt is investigating concerns in Norway over the Pfizer vaccine after some elderly people died after being inoculated.
Colin Brinsden and Andi Yu
A third person linked to two flights bringing tennis players and Australian Open participants to Melbourne from overseas has tested positive for COVID-19.
Stephen Drill, Andrew Koubaridis, Angie Raphael, David Aidone, Amanda Sheppeard
Australians left stranded interstate and overseas are being played for fools while tennis stars are allowed to come, argues Sophie Elsworth.
Record-high prices for shares and other assets make it tempting to follow the herd, but you should ask a few questions first.
Facebook has extended a ban on weapons ads to accessories like holsters and vests until at least two days after US President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated.
A 41-year-old man has died in the Colo River in northwest Sydney after the inflatable lilo he was on became wedged on a submerged rock.
Heavy snowfall, seen only every 20 or so years, has cause deadly avalanches in the Swiss Alps.
Authorities in Bali are getting fed up with foreigners refusing to wear face masks and obey COVID-19 regulations and want stricter penalties enacted.
Cindy Wockner and Komang Erviani
In a state as decentralised as Queensland where more people live outside the capital than in it, we need to hold more sittings of regional parliament, writes Jack McKay.
Raising a child can be an all-consuming job but it’s crucial that parents put some time aside for themselves, writes parenting expert Dr Judith Locke.
Dr Judith Locke
An emergency warning has been issued for a fast-moving, out-of-control and unpredictable bushfire in Perth’s southeast, with lives under threat.
Rebecca Le May
A far-right media personality who calls himself 'Baked Alaska' has been arrested for his involvement in the riot at the US Capitol, officials say.
Michael Balsamo, AP
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