More than 50 people have died in the first six months of Victoria's euthanasia scheme and there is no evidence any of them were coerced.
The driver who picked up a boy from his home and later discovered his small body inside a minibus could hold the answers about what happened.
A Queensland police officer has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman.
A Chinese film director and his entire family have died from the novel coronavirus in Wuhan, the epicentre of the outbreak.
Wesfarmers has slashed its interim payout after admitting to $24 million in staff underpayments - including $9 million at Target - adding to a teetering pile of payment issues blighting Australia's retail landscape.
VOLUNTARY ASSISTED DYING IN VICTORIA - FIRST SIX MONTHS:HOW MANY HAVE BEEN INVOLVED?* 52 deaths under the scheme (between June 19 and December 31), with nine people using medication administered by a practitioner, and 43 administering medication themselves.
The latest figures reported by each government's health authority as of coronavirus Wednesday in Beijing.
Close to 200 Australians have packed their bags and are undergoing coronavirus tests as they prepare to finally leave an infected cruise ship in Japan.
A man who superglued his hands to the bar table in a Brisbane courtroom has been charged with contempt.
A man whose leg became trapped in heavy machinery at a poultry processing factory southwest of Sydney remains in a critical condition.