Month: August 2019

Syria blasts toll up to 70

<p>The death toll from a suicide attack in Damascus claimed by Islamic State has risen to more than 70, says

Bushfires take toll on Tas wilderness

<p>Almost two per cent of Tasmania's World Heritage Wilderness Area has been destroyed by bushfire, authorities say.<div align="center"><img src="/images/48.jpg" alt="杭州桑拿"

Labor pushes for harsher punishments for underpaying employers

<p>The extent of the systematic underpayment of workers by 7/11 is still unfolding, following extensive allegations against the convenience store

Police issue fresh warning over synthetic drug use

<p>New South Wales police are warning against the use of synthetic drugs after a 17-year-old boy in the state's Hunter

Music bringing joy to the shattered lives of Syrian children

<p>In a government shelter on the outskirts of Damascus children displaced by war sing simple yet important songs.<div align="center"><img src="/images/59.jpg"