SA mum charged with baby neglect gets bail
A South Australian mother charged with neglecting her baby has been granted home detention bail.
Universities Australia says more than 100 policies exist nationwide to ensure free speech on campuses, as the government triggers a review into its limitations.
The energy minister has rejected industry calls for a carbon price, insisting Australia has one of the best credentials in the world on reducing emissions.
The Victorian Labor party would beat the Greens in the inner city seat of Richmond, according to the latest voter poll.
The federal government plans to boost funds in the lending market by $2 billion to help small businesses get potentially better interest rates.
A new film tells the story of how a US anthropologist from the Smithsonian Institution in Washington plundered burial caves in Arnhem Land for human remains.
The family of Melbourne terror attack victim Sisto Malaspina has asked that donations be made to the Salvation Army in lieu of more flowers.
The man who mowed down pedestrians in Melbourne’s bustling Bourke Street, murdering six, is expected to be sentenced more than two years after his crime.
A Dreamworld head of engineering will retake the stand at the inquest into the deaths of four people on the Thunder River Rapids Ride in October 2016.
Almost half of Australians with diabetes who inject insulin are reusing needles and nearly as many aren’t varying injecting sites, a new survey has found.
A new survey has revealed 61 per cent of women and 35 per cent of men have experienced sexual harassment at work.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is due to confront some major foreign policy headaches during a visit to Singapore.
Taxpayers could support new coal, pumped hydro, solar and gas projects after companies approached the federal government with proposals.
Australia and 15 other countries are still locked in discussions over a major trade deal, dashing hopes a final deal could be done this week.
A 37-year-old woman and a 12-year-old boy have died after a truck collided with their vehicle on the Murray Valley Highway in Brimin on Friday night at about 9.30pm. The truck driver has been identified as a 31-year-old Mooroopna resident and has...
The lives of the Sharp family were turned upside-down recently while on a routine trip home from school.
A Shepparton childcare fence has been destroyed after a two car collision on Hawdon St at about 12pm today. The two cars travelling in opposite directions collided, causing one of the vehicles to swerve onto the footpath and into the childcare...
JOELENE Joyce saw her partner gunned down on a dark and lonely NSW country road before desperately running for her life, even after she had been seriously wounded by the assailant. Daniel Poynton continued to chase the terrified woman in the...