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Most prisoners sent to Sobibor were instantly gassed or shot to death, but Engel, who was 20, was selected to sort the clothing of the dead and thus spared.
Callan Sinclair, who was with St George's Jack De Belin on the night of an alleged sexual assault has presented himself to police for questioning.
The offer to transform Sydney with the 2000 Olympics looming was irresistible to his urban sensibilities
The Bulldogs teammates have both pleaded guilty to charges of wilful and obscene exposure after stripping down during Mad Monday celebrations.
Fiala's involvement with theatre in Sydney as an actor and producer was diverse.
Power is expected to be out well into Monday for some homes as hazards are repaired.
A boy has been pulled from floodwaters in the Scenic Rim fewer than two hours after a teenager drowned in north Queensland.
Fay Alford knows what it feels like to be abandoned as a child.
Six weeks after his mum and brother were killed in a tragic car crash, Felix Kilmister can still smile in the knowledge he is surrounded by support from family, friends and even those he had never met.
Police have released parts of an anonymous letter which they received after a man confronted a 9-year-old girl in a park in Melbourne's north-east last month.
The 60-year-old was found seriously injured and later died in hospital.
Plus the human rights commission defends public servant free speech; and the Manuka Test match in the spotlight.
The toddler was in the backyard on Sunday evening when he managed to slip unnoticed into the pool.
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We suspect it’ll be another all-stops wine and dine number, from Beverly Hills restaurant Spago to the George Clooney-hangout Craig’s, with no expense spared.
A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck 203 kilometres north-west of Carnarvon on Sunday night.
The Ramsay Centre will receive more than $50 million to fund the studies of great thinkers, philosophers and scientists of the Western tradition.
The victim and the offender met online before meeting in person at a gathering.
Fifty per cent of your electorate PM, well qualified in the art of ribbon-cutting, will feel this slight.
Since the Western civilisation course was first conceived by Tony Abbott and his friend Paul Ramsay, it has always been discussed as an elite engine of traditional scholarship.
Our leaders come from and are needed in all walks of life and all parts of the country.
Many men seem to want to play video games all the time, and it leaves women scratching their heads.
They claim the mixed residential and commercial building breaks the 25-metre height limit along Canberra's so-called "grand boulevard''.
The ACT government has revealed which nations park without paying.
Parts of Northbourne Avenue have shown "considerable deterioration" and need to be resurfaced to avoid more significant upgrades in the future.
Under the build-to-rent model, apartments are solely for the purpose of renting out at an affordable price.
"We need a re-brand," Kingsley told Mark. "And we need something snappy to describe the chips."
The 2019 federal election campaign is well and truly under way.
Is anyone really so busy that they don’t have a few minutes to sit down for coffee?
Emergency services have staged a dramatic rescue in Mount Waverley, saving three family members and their dog from rising floodwaters.
The best images from around the world, chosen by the Herald's photo editors.
The coroner has handed down his findings in the November 2016 shooting of retired accountant Russell Winks.
Queenslanders' data usage in December is equivalent to listening to Mariah Carey's All I want for Christmas 87,500 times.
Two childhood friends died in each other's arms after their luxury car swerved off a freeway ramp into water in Melbourne's west on Saturday night.
Four-legged passengers are a cut above the rest.
Parents are fuming after families across the road from the new Inner Sydney High have been left out of its catchment.
A retired Hawthorn doctor is the subject of a major police investigation over allegations he sexually assaulted at least 10 patients, including two teenage girls, during consultations dating back to the 1970s.
Emergency crews were working to restore power to thousands of homes on Sunday after a wild storm lashed the city.
A neighbour and friend says 46-year-old Nicola Stephenson banged on his door on Saturday, screaming "someone wants to stab me". Hours later, she was dead.
Emergency services including a helicopter were responding to the report just after 4pm.
A man was left with serious facial injuries after a brawl between two groups erupted in Dandenong in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Ex-Tropical Cyclone Owen continued its heavy rainfall across the north of the state on Sunday.
"I just love the freedom". The 19-year-old who kitesurfs for a living.
The PM told us a lot about his view of the world and women with the appointment of David Hurley.
Emily Clarke has thanked a truck driver who was helping her avoid any hazards on the road and leading her during a massive storm in north Queensland.
A police officer fired at a four-wheel-drive in Sydney’s inner west on Saturday night, after the driver of the vehicle rammed into a police car, injuring two officers.
Diets high in salt might be causing the body to chew into its own bones, leaving them riddled with holes like Swiss cheese, Melbourne researchers fear.
The highest rainfall recorded in wet weather across Queensland is east of Ingham with 678 millimetres of rain.
The sea cucumber is regarded as a delicacy in China and their stocks are depleted.