Powerball 1363 winning numbers: Canberra dad wins $60 million jackpot

A Canberra dad has won the $60 million jackpot using his lucky numbers and he plans to immediately withdraw and go on holiday. A Canberra dad has won the $60 million Powerball jackpot. The ACT resident had the only division one winning entry in Powerball 1363, drawn Thursday night. The father told The Lott he … Read more

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews’ fourth-jab push

Daniel Andrews is pushing for a fourth jab for healthcare workers, declaring ‘immunity is waning’. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews will push for a fourth jab for healthcare workers following concern over waning Covid immunity. The Premier on Monday revealed plans to seek federal government support in including healthcare workers among those eligible for a fourth … Read more

RBA interest rate forecast: What rate rise means for house prices

Experts say rising rates will slow house price growth, so how soon can buyers cash-in? Rising interest rates have put the brakes on Australia’s runaway property market, but experts say further rises may not provide the handbrake stop that buyers have long-awaited. The Reserve Bank will meet on Tuesday to decide whether or not to … Read more

Metricon: Crisis talks as building giant on brink of collapse

The CEO of the latest major Aussie construction firm on the brink of collapse died just days before the crisis talks. Building giant Metricon is in urgent crisis talks with clients after falling into financial strife. Sales staff within the company were being instructed to increase cash flow by securing more deposits, the Herald Sun … Read more

John Howard robocalls in federal election, hits streets of Kooyong

A former prime minister has been popping up across the country to rally support for Scott Morrison, and now he’s sliding into voters’ voicemails. Former prime minister John Howard has lent his voice to robocalls targeting vulnerable NSW Liberal seats, urging voters not to risk “disastrous” change. Mr Howard has kept a relatively low profile … Read more

Joe Hildebrand: Why Labor supporters in Kooyong need to vote for Josh Frydenberg

With Albo poised to win the election, Labor supporters in Australia’s southeast need to “do the unthinkable” — and vote Liberal, writes Joe Hildebrand. Across Australia next Saturday millions of Labor voters are set to deliver the ALP its first government in more than a decade. But tucked away in the southeast corner of the … Read more

Victorian chief health officer Brett Sutton catches Covid

One of Australia’s top doctors is in isolation after catching Covid and has thanked science for vaccinations. Victorian chief health officer Brett Sutton is in isolation after contracting Covid-19. Professor Sutton revealed on Friday that he was feeling quite sick and couldn’t imagine the experience without vaccinations. “Feeling pretty rubbish, tbh. Razor blade throat and … Read more

Election 2022: independent Monique Ryan disputes Josh Frydenberg’s story about Kooyong

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has responded to accusations he launched “personal attacks” on his political challenger’s family. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has responded to accusations of “personal attacks” on his political challenger’s family. Mr Frydenberg is sticking by his story of an encounter with his political rival’s 87-year-old mother-in-law. The Treasurer told the crowd at his official … Read more

Federal election 2022: Tennis star’s swipe at Frydenberg campaign launch

A former top tennis player has thrown his support behind Josh Frydenberg at his campaign launching in what the treasurer called “the fight of his political life”. Former tennis ace turned state Liberal candidate Sam Groth has officially launched Josh Frydenberg’s Kooyong campaign by taking a dig at the independent challenger considered to be his … Read more

Australia votes: Where the election will be won or lost

The May 21 election is shaping up to be a tight battle. Find out the key seats each party has their eye on. Only a handful of seats are expected to determine the outcome of the federal election. To form government, a political party needs to win a majority of the 151 seats in the … Read more