Alpine destinations host a snow play and sled dog experience in Melbourne’s east, a week out from official season opening on Saturday, 11 June Melbourne, June 7: As Victorians prepare to welcome the official start of the snow season on Queen’s Birthday weekend, Lake Mountain and Mount Baw Baw startedRead More →

Sydney, June 10: A wave measuring more than 17 meters in height has smashed the existing NSW record, during the devastating coastal storms over the last week. Strong winds from the intense low pressure cell created the monster 17.7 meter wave, which was recorded off the south coast near EdenRead More →

Melbourne, June 7: Sometimes being a superhero isn’t about a cape and x-ray vision. Sometimes all you need is a woolly jumper and a tartan scarf. This winter Red Cross is asking Australians to be their superheroes by donating warm clothes they no longer need to the op shops. OurRead More →

Melbourne, June 8: Australian taxpayers are set to be hit with a tax increase of almost 13% per person in the next five years, according to a research report from the Centre for Independent Studies. “This tax increase is being accepted by default, but it should not be,” economist andRead More →

Melbourne, June 6: Indian conglomerate Adani Enterprise may walk away from its proposal to build one of the world’s biggest coal mines in Australia, citing long delays caused by legal challenges to the project by groups concerned about the environment. Adani is battling multiple legal challenges from green groups opposedRead More →

Melbourne, June 6: The Fair Work Ombudsman is on the hunt for thousands of workers owed a total of more than $2 million by their former employers. The Agency is currently holding $2.18 million in trust for 9467 people who were underpaid in a former job but who cannot beRead More →