Israeli authorities will send messages to newly arrived travellers with a link to a tool indicating GPS coordinates so that quarantine rules can be checked.
Road safety is set to be boosted in Denmark with the Federal Government announcing more than $37,000 of funding to fix a section of Ocean Beach Road.
The number of new coronavirus cases across the United Kingdom has fallen for a sixth consecutive day.
A protest has been held in Tehran following a power outage, echoing similar demonstrations in Iran's southwest regarding water shortages.
The Morrison Government is pouring billions into artificial intelligence as digital uptake in Australia skyrockets off the back of the COVID-19 pandemic. A minister has revealed why it’s worth it.
Thailand has reported a record number of coronavirus cases for a second consecutive day, amid public criticism over the pace of the vaccination rollout
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WA’s biggest homebuilder is investigating ways to fast-track accommodation at a potential Perth Airport quarantine facility, ahead of the McGowan Government’s skills summit on Friday.
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A witness has described the moment police arrived at the fast food restaurant with their weapons drawn.
Perth has again been hit by a winter storm, with the city now officially recording its wettest July for 26 years.
China has reported its highest daily total of COVID cases since January amid a surge of local infections in the eastern city of Nanjing.
From September Singapore is looking to allow quarantine-free travel for those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
A Perth man who starved his five-year-old Great Dane has been banned from owning dogs for five years and fined $9000.
Share-trading platform Marketech doesn’t shy away from reminding its users the stock market is high risk and volatile — a reality it feels many similar companies gloss over as online investors surge.
An ‘angry’ Perth driver accused of running over a teen after an ugly shopping centre spat has been found not guilty of attempted murder, but a judge has warned him to expect a long stay behind bars.
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A first of its kind statue — raising awareness of the tragic issue of veteran homelessness — will be unveiled in Rockingham next month.
A WA man allegedly broke the leg of his two-month-old baby during what police said was a family violence incident on Friday night.
A man who sent a threatening letter to a NSW MP and was found with blueprints to create 3D-printed guns will continue to be supervised by the state.
A South Korean study shows mixed jabs of AstraZeneca then a Pfizer shot boosts neutralising antibody levels by six times compared with two AstraZeneca doses.
NSW has reported 145 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths. SEE THE LATEST UPDATES.
Torrential monsoon rains in India have so far claimed more than 160 lives in four days.
A Broome man charged with bestiality and child pornography could have his charges lessened in the coming weeks as investigations into his alleged offences continue.
Geraldton is at the centre of a push to decentralise the WA resource sector’s heavy machinery repair business, with Rio to bring dozers from its Pilbara iron ore mines to the Mid West for rebuilds.
The latest snapshot of COVID-19 cases, measures and impacts in Australia at 5.30pm AEST on Monday, July 26, 2021.
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