A Facebook post recommends slipping a slice of raw onion on the soles of your feet in order to tackle a high body temperature.
A claim that 100,000 sleep rough on the streets of Australia each night misrepresents the latest figures.
AAP is accredited by the Poynter Institute’s International Fact Checking Network and adheres to its rigorous protocols.
A row between Liberal and National MPs over climate policy shines a light on whether the government's pledge is set in stone.
The moon is often associated with werewolves and lunacy, but a video claiming that it gives off its own light seems fantastical.
A widely-circulated social media post provides a false warning about the controversial cards for welfare recipients.
A purported "CIA mind control expert" claims a "voice of God weapon" contributed to success in the fight against Saddam Hussein.
Anthony Albanese claims the coalition didn't propose a core part of its border policy before the 2013 election.
A video by a self-proclaimed natural health expert raises plenty of concerns, say cardiologists.
The party's health spokesman claimed it was harder and more expensive than ever before to see a medical practitioner.
A viral social media post claims its image shows the rare bloom.
It's claimed a Labor-led deal caused the decimation of Tasmania's timber industry but the statistics suggest otherwise.
A post says many Australian brands are controlled by one Chinese company but the claim quickly sours on investigation.
A Facebook post claims the Religious Discrimination Bill would force Christmas to be renamed and make promoting Christianity illegal.
One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts claimed the red meat target was among the UN's 'political goals'.
A video claims Australian doctors can administer vaccines without consent while patients are under general anaesthetic.
A video makes a bold claim about history while pointing to the end of US dominance.
A social media influencer has posted a video linking proposed legislation to a conspiracy about centralised digital banking.
Scott Morrison has repeatedly sought to claim credit for lives spared during the pandemic.
The best-selling US author claims an official document proves people receive differing dosage strengths depending on batches.
A fabricated certificate used to promote a 2008 TV series continues to be shared on social media.