Federal budget: Tax policy battle ramps up
The federal government and Labor are engaged in a war of words over which is best placed to provide Australians with tax relief after this year’s election.
A Queensland Nationals MP maintains he is being smeared over his travel, as further details have emerged on how much time he has spent outside of Australia.
The One Nation officials at the centre of a political storm for courting donations from the US gun lobby claim they were drunk and set up by a foreign spy.
Ropes on a trawler that sank off the Queensland coast killing six could have wrapped around the propeller and caused it to flounder in wild seas.
Australia will pursue legislation aimed at preventing terror attacks being live-streamed on social media, following a tense summit in Brisbane.
A judgement is due in the class action brought by 189 residents affected by a 2014 bushfire in the Perth Hills region that was sparked by a fallen power pole.
Borce Ristevski, who has admitted to the manslaughter of his wife Karen, will face the Supreme Court of Victoria on Wednesday for a pre-sentence plea hearing.
Australian intelligence agents helped to defeat Islamic State by crippling their communications during a crucial battle.
The prime minister is promising to spend $253.5 million fixing roads and car parks across Sydney and the Central Coast.
Queenslander Amy Shark could top off a stellar award-season with the APRA Music Awards Song of the Year if all goes her way in April.
Australia’s $2 billion infrastructure loan scheme for Pacific nations has been accused of potentially loading up the islands with debt.
An isolated Sydney man accused of preparing to go to Syria to fight for Islamic State was “pushed” by an undercover officer, his QC has told a jury.
A birth video has been played in the South Australian trial of a former midwife charged over the deaths of two babies.
Qantas is boasting a boost to WA tourism after its first year of non-stop flights between Perth and London but says a dispute is affecting more direct services.
Police, CFA, Shepparton Search and Rescue and State Emergency Service personnel are on the scene of a truck rollover in Murchison. It is believed a truck rolled off the bridge as you enter the town and has landed in the Goulburn River below. The...
Two police officers are in hospital and two teenagers are in custody following an alleged violent altercation in Shepparton overnight. Police were reportedly called to a noisy party on Malcolm Cr just before 1am. After shutting down the party...
Ten months after launching with much fanfare, Oliver’s Real Food has suddenly closed.
POLICE and paramedics are at the scene of a reported stabbing on Foyster Court, Echuca. Police received the call about 9am. Initial reports have at least one person with multiple wounds. Ambulance Victoria has dispatched an air ambulance to the...