Fifth Australian coronavirus case imminent
A fifth coronavirus case is likely to be confirmed in Australia within hours, while about 100 young Australians remain in the epicentre of Wuhan.
Health Minister Greg Hunt has been less than effusive when asked whether cabinet colleague Bridget McKenzie will survive the so-called sports rorts controversy.
The construction watchdog is recruiting more workplace inspectors in Queensland to monitor union members.
Advocates are suggesting scrapping Australia Day for a national Wattle Day, while Nova Peris suggests the national day be moved to March 3.
Former Australian of the Year Rosie Batty criticised the awarding of an Australia Day honour to controversial writer Bettina Arndt.
The South Australian government has started distributing funds raised for bushfire victims through a public appeal.
Australia Day celebrations and activities are going ahead across Queensland as well as an Invasion Day rally attended by thousands of people in in Brisbane.
NSW Health say they may have uncovered a fourth case of coronavirus in the state after a patient tested positive during initial examinations.
A new medal will be awarded to Australian firefighters, police, paramedics and others to recognise their service during the latest bushfire season.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for unity in the face of bushfires, drought and floods on Australia Day.
The government may pull Australians out of China in light of the coronavirus outbreak as the nation’s chief medical officer says more cases locally are likely.
Australian of the Year James Muecke paid tribute to emergency workers and firefighters as he accepted the award for his sight-saving work.
Investigators will on Sunday begin poring through data captured in the final moments before a firefighting plane crashed and exploded in southern NSW.
For Hina Asim, becoming an Australian was her dream but her family will skip celebrations and instead donate to the bushfire relief effort.
A 33-year-old Shepparton man has been identified as the victim of Monday’s fatal collision in Arcadia.
A driver has died following a collision with a truck in Arcadia this morning.
The Hume Freeway is closed towards Melbourne, just outside of Wangaratta, due to a truck rollover. Emergency services are on site. Motorists are advised to detour at the Great Alpine road exit to get back on to the Hume Freeway. Northbound lanes...