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Sydney's nurses, teachers and emergency service workers can't afford to live in the city, with the closest affordable towns 100km away, a new report shows.
NSW's staggeringly high house prices are forcing teachers, nurses, police and emergency workers to abandon Sydney, with many struggling to even pay rent in the city, a new report has found. The University of Sydney report, released on Monday, fou...
The Turnbull government has criticised Myanmar over reports the country has been built military tie with North Korea by importing ballistic missile system technology and weapons.
The report to a UN Security Council sanctions committee, seen by Reuters recently, said  they had investigated ongoing ballistic missile cooperation between Syria and Myanmar, including more than 40 previously unreported North Korea shipments...
Prosecutors on Thursday arrested a man who is believed to have managed assets belonging to former President Lee Myung-bak and hold a key to a corruption scandal surrounding an auto parts company, DAS, linked to Lee and his family.
The Seoul Central District Court issued an arrest warrant for Lee Byung-mo, the executive secretary of the Cheonggye Foundation, on charges of destruction of evidence, embezzlement and breach of trust....
A 20-year-old man who brutally raped and assaulted two young women including a Korean woman on a working holiday visa in Cairns has was sentenced to 11 years in prison. 
Liam Amos Richard Kerindun(20) was only 18 years old when he raped and assaulted a Korean woman on a working holiday visa in mid-July 2016. He was young but he was old enough to know about the consequence of his irresponsible behaviour because th...
Many people feel like the cost of living is rising but the latest read on consumer prices reveals it is not as bad as everyone thinks.
One of the reasons why the Reserve Bank of Australia is not following other global central banks in lifting official interest rates is because inflation is too low. That means prices are not growing fast enough. The RBA wants the consumer price i...