Ricketson leaves Cambodia after pardon
Australian filmmaker James Ricketson is expected to arrive in Australia on Sunday night, after being granted a royal pardon in Cambodia.
A Tasmanian freight train company has temporarily suspended the use of remote control technology after a runaway, driverless train derailed in Devonport.
Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne has formally thanked the Cambodian government for its role in releasing convicted spy James Ricketson.
Despite the Endeavour’s historical significance to Australia and New Zealand, it will likely remain in the US.
The campaign for Malcolm Turnbull’s old seat has taken some odd turns with an independent backflipping on preferences.
Counsel assisting the banking royal commission have released their suggested findings involving the natural disaster case studies examined by the inquiry.
As a new report shows a steep rise in complaints about aged care quality, the federal minister says work is well under way on improving the system.
State governments aren’t happy with Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s deal to hand extra funding to Catholic and independent schools.
Hundreds of thousands more life-saving scans will be funded by Medicare under a plan announced by Labor.
Shark experts say it’s unlikely a rogue shark is responsible for the two attacks in less than 24 hours in Queensland’s Whitsunday Islands.
A company backed by Australian billionaire Gina Rinehart has failed to sue the Victorian government over the state’s ban on onshore gas exploration.
Six people due to give evidence of alleged sexual harassment by actor Craig McLachlan at his defamation trial have been ordered to provide extensive records.
A mentally ill Sydney man who killed his sleeping mother in her bed had a very loving relationship with her, a judge has been told.
The banking royal commissioner says firms should stop charging customers as soon as they know they have died.
A man surrendered just before 7pm, ending the siege situation.
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