Thousands turn out to Qld Invasion Day
Australia Day celebrations and activities are going ahead across Queensland as well as an Invasion Day rally attended by thousands of people in in Brisbane.
Two cases of the deadly coronavirus in NSW remain under investigation while three people diagnosed with the disease remain isolated in hospital.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for unity in the face of bushfires, drought and floods on Australia Day.
Four cases of the deadly coronavirus have been confirmed in Australia as passengers from Wuhan, China are urged to watch for symptoms of infection.
Investigators will on Sunday begin poring through data captured in the final moments before a firefighting plane crashed and exploded in southern NSW.
For Hina Asim, becoming an Australian was her dream but her family will skip celebrations and instead donate to the bushfire relief effort.
The impact of recent bushfires on NSW and upon Aboriginal people and their culture has been recognised during Australia Day celebrations in Sydney.
Australia Day in the Northern Territory will see people from 26 countries take up citizenship along with a ute run, a fun run and a 21-gun salute.
More than 300,000 West Australians are expected to attend the City of Perth’s Skyworks, the nation’s biggest Australia Day fireworks display.
They arrived from Pakistan as medical graduates almost a decade ago, and now Ipswich doctors Bushra Mumtaz and Mohsin Tariq will become Australian citizens.
The Australia Day parade will once again be be matched with an Invasion Day rally in Melbourne, ahead of entertainment at the Docklands.
Felicity Urquhart has won five Golden Guitars in Tamworth, while Lee Kernaghan equalled Slim Dusty’s record and dedicated his 38th award to the country legend.
Colin Mann has been recognised for his dedicated commitment to aged care in the small NSW town of Tenterfield.
The Australia Day Honours list for 2020 is heavy with community heroes, including a saviour of struggling farmers who died before he could share his news.
A 33-year-old Shepparton man has been identified as the victim of Monday’s fatal collision in Arcadia.
A driver has died following a collision with a truck in Arcadia this morning.
FIVE people were taken to hospital after a multi-vehicle crash at Tooborac on Tuesday.