Welcome to Grandstand Online's coverage of day one of the third Ashes Test between Australia and England at the WACA.
A great-nephew of serial killer Ivan Milat who killed his friend in a forest is having his appeal heard in a Sydney court.
South Australian Senator Nick Xenophon says luring another car producer to take over Holden's facilities in Australia should be up for consideration.
The director of a pastoral and redress scheme for victims of child sexual abuse within the Catholic Church has conceded she lacked influence when dealing with the case of a woman who was abused by a priest for four years.
A Facebook friendship could mean a second senior magistrate ruling himself out of hearing a serious driving charge against Tasmania's DPP.
The future of Australia's struggling manufacturing industry is a key focus of today's leaders' meeting in Canberra.
A Victorian man who helped an alleged killer by hiding a gun and lying to police has avoided jail.
A Sydney dentist convicted of assaulting nursing home patients suffering dementia must wait to learn whether some charges will be prosecuted.
Nigella Lawson's ex-PA says she saw signs of cocaine use, including a packet in a loo, and banknotes and credit cards with white powder on them.
Drug boss Tony Mokbel has been denied the chance to appeal against his conviction and sentence in the High Court.
The Royal Commission into the former government's home insulation scheme, which was linked to the deaths of four young men, has been set up.