Two men deny rural Qld stabbing murder
Two men are on trial for the murder of a Queensland man whose mum found him dying on a property in 2016.
What we learned, heard and were amused by in Question Time on Monday.
A NSW man charged over the death of his father, who allegedly drank 36 bottles of beer before a fatal fall, has been granted bail
Issues over modelling population data for the vulnerable Australian sea lion is stalling a decision on whether the animal should be considered endangered.
An Adelaide chiropractor who indecently filmed hundreds of his clients lacks an understanding of his crimes, a psychiatrist says.
Bradley Robert Edwards has admitted five crimes including twice raping a teenager in a cemetery but continues to deny the Claremont serial killings.
A line of frozen meals has been recalled following 15 cases of Salmonella Weltevedreden were reported nationally.
Labor leader Anthony Albanese is convinced a trio of free trade deals Australia has struck will be positive overall, after receiving government assurances.
A Victorian driver was fatally shot three times in the stomach by a police officer after being stopped for having dodgy license plates, an inquest has heard.
Pauline Hanson has told the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority’s top scientist coral bleaching is a natural occurrence, rejecting its link to heat waves.
Newly-installed Australian Federal Police commissioner Reece Kershaw has ordered a 100-day review into the force’s structure and processes.
Federal Labor has continued its push for Australia to declare a climate emergency, after 370,000 people demanded as much in a petition.
The Speaker and Senate President will soon update politicians on a cyber attack on the parliamentary and political party computer networks.
The trial of Sydney’s alleged Family Court bomber Leonard Warwick has been shown a police test of a car being blown up by explosives under the bonnet.
A MALE is being airlifted to hospital after being cut free from his crashed car in Sturt St this evening. He had collided with a parked truck near intersection of Darling and Sturt streets. Emergency services including CFA, ambulance and police...
Seven teenagers have been charged following the theft of $20,000 worth of stock from JB Hi-Fi yesterday
A Rumbalara under-17 player has been handed an 18-match suspension after pleading guilty to two charges of intentionally striking another player. The incidents happened in last month’s Murray Football League grand final against Cobram at Finley...