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Qantas set to test longest non-stop flight

19-hour journey from New York to Sydney dubbed ‘final frontier in aviation’.

Sydney and Taiwan kick off global protests for HK

Protesters held signs reading 'Save Hong Kong' and 'Stop tyranny'.

Last Australian state decriminalises abortion

The new legislation allows abortions performed by a doctor on request up to 22 weeks.

Djokovic in Brisbane, Nadal in Perth as ATP Cup draw made

The ATP Cup will feature 24 nations split into six groups across Sydney, Brisbane and Perth.

Jabatan Pendidikan NSW Australia mahu tamat program bahasa Cina

Keputusan Jabatan Pendidikan NSW bakal menyaksikan 13 program di sekolah awam seluruh Sydney dan di negeri di bahagian tengah pantai utara ditamatkan.

Qantas to see if passengers can handle marathon route

Qantas will use employees to see if the human body can handle the 20-hour long haul flight.

Sydney stabbing suspect charged with murder, assault

The 20-year-old suspect has been denied bail and will appear in court on Saturday.

Woman stabbed in downtown Sydney, man arrested

The stabbing attack appears to be have been unprovoked, but police say they are keeping an open mind.

Mara student’s body to be brought home from Sydney next week

The scholar, pursuing an engineering degree, was reported to have fallen from his highrise apartment building.

Anak saya tak bunuh diri, kata bapa pelajar Malaysia maut di...

Md Azhar Hasbullah berkata, anaknya sudah menduduki peperiksaan semula dengan 2 daripada 5 subjek itu sudah lulus.

Pelajar Malaysia maut jatuh pangsapuri di Sydney

Amirul Ashraff Md Azhar penuntut tahun akhir Ijazah Kejuruteraan Mekatronik di University of Technology, Sydney adalah pelajar tajaan Mara.

Deutsche’s layoffs have already started in Asia

Deutsche Bank plans to cut more jobs in Asia and reduce it to another 25% by month end.

Australian counter-terror police make three arrests in Sydney

Australian counter-terror police arrest three men in Sydney as part of an investigation into domestic Islamic State sympathisers.

Chinese warships cause surprise in Sydney Harbour

The sight of three Chinese warships steaming into to Sydney Harbour Monday surprises Sydney residents and forces the prime minister to reassure jittery residents.

Sydney imposes first water restrictions in decade

Sydney announces its first major water restrictions in a decade, putting limits on homes and businesses amid a record-breaking drought.

Aussie housing slump deepens as new Sydney listings hit 2004 low

The overall stock of houses listed in Sydney and Melbourne has risen over the past year as the time taken to sell homes increases.

Australian court finds man guilty of plotting to blow up airliner

The man Khaled Khayat is found guilty for a plot to carry out the attacks on a flight out of Sydney on behalf of the Islamic State (IS).

Milicic to lead troubled Australia at women’s World Cup

The highly rated ex-Socceroos assistant coach Ante Milicic will take charge immediately with his first three matches over the coming weeks when Australia hosts the Cup of Nations.

Thousands without power as storm lashes Sydney

Images of cars submerged in floodwaters on main roads, broken traffic lights and fallen trees circulated on social media.

De Minaur downs Seppi to win first ATP title at Sydney

De Minaur, 19 and ranked 29, conquered the fresher Italian Andreas Seppi 7-5, 7-6 (7/5) in the final after overcoming Frenchman Gilles Simon in a rain-postponed semi-final.

Stephens avoids shock loss to join Kvitova in Sydney round two

Sloane Stephens battled back from the brink of a shock defeat and was twice two points away from losing to Ekaterina Alexandrova.

Australia stumble in reply to India’s colossal tally

Marcus Harris, Marnus Labuschagne, Shaun Marsh and Travis Head were all dismissed in the second session, before captain Tim Paine followed shortly after the tea break.

Harris blazes to 77 as Australia fight back against India

Harris reaches his second Test 50 with a single off Jasprit Bumrah then smacked three fours in one Yadav over.

1 dead in Sydney Scientology stabbing

It is not clear if the 2 victims are members of the Church of Scientology.