Technology giant Apple has agreed to take a number of measures to avoid court action over its handling of consumer guarantees and warranties.
The Greenpeace activists known as the Arctic 30, including Tasmanian Colin Russell, are set to avoid trial after the approval of an amnesty bill in the Russian parliament.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is warning people not to fall victim to a parcel delivery scam this Christmas.
A nationwide network of legal centres providing representation for environment-related cases deemed to be in the public interest have had their funding cut by the Federal Government.
The barrister who ran a successful union challenge to New South Wales legislation restricting political donations says the judgement has national ramifications.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has signalled his signature multi-billion-dollar paid parental leave scheme may face changes, as the Government works to have it passed by the Senate.
There are calls for Australia to use its G20 presidency to cut the costs incurred by migrants wanting to send money home to their relatives in developing countries.
The family of a one-legged West Papuan rebel who died in Papua New Guinea at the weekend has accused the Indonesian consulate of interfering with his planned autopsy.
The Russian parliament has voted to extend an amnesty to defendants charged with hooliganism, the offence faced by the so-called Arctic 30.
Water Police have recovered a video camera from the site of a light plane crash off the south-east Queensland coast.
The Federal Government is under pressure to send a Customs ship to the Southern Ocean now to monitor the Japanese whaling fleet.