On Saturday the two young creators of the Homeless of Melbourne Facebook page will run a pop up op shop for the disadvantaged called The Street Store in Federation Square, and invite the public to donate clothes.
Firefighters are bracing for 30 degree temperatures and a late wind change as they battle two major fires burning out-of-control in the state’s north-east.
More than 55,000 students will receive their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) from 9am, determining whether or not they make the cut for university.
A woman has been charged with fraud after allegedly posing as a registered nurse in Deniliquin.
A total of 55,482 students across the state will get their ATAR today, with nearly one-third to receive 80.00 or more.
Australia's young quicks wilted in the oppressive Brisbane heat, another bowler was lost to injury and India's batsmen were well on top at the Gabba fortress. Welcome to the Australian captaincy, Steve Smith.
Ian Chappell believes stand-in Test captain Steve Smith should have the job for keeps, even if Michael Clarke makes a successful recovery from hamstring surgery.
After day one of the Gabba Test the Australian team, ravaged by the Brisbane heat and a number of player injuries, have taken fire both on and off the field with Shane Warne labeling Aussie spearhead Mitchell Starc as "soft".