A radical overhaul of remote indigenous housing is on the cards, with Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion in negotiations with state governments.
An Australian man formerly at the centre of a global child exploitation ring has told the ABC he too is a victim of the same network of men.
Senator-elect Jacqui Lambie from the Palmer United Party (PUP) faces being barred from Federal Parliament after a possible breach of Tasmania's election advertising rules.
WA-based Breast Check provided false and misleading information about its services, a Federal Court judge has found.
WA Treasurer Troy Buswell is beginning a recovery following a mental breakdown, as his controversial ministerial career comes to an end
The federal government will grant $10 million in aid to Somalia for state building and stability efforts.
University of Queensland staff are due to strike for 24 hours on Tuesday, saying the uni is falling behind most other institutions in wages.
Weaker-than-expected Chinese trade data has weighed on local stocks, dragging the broader share market down.
The man accused of murdering Daniel Morcombe has produced no evidence to explain how he knew where to find the boy's remains, prosecutors told his trial in Brisbane.
A man accused of holding his supervisor hostage and killing her brother has consistently lied to the court during his murder trial, the prosecutor says.
The jury in the trial of Daniel Morcombe's alleged killer have been told to focus on his "compelling" confession instead of claims others were involved.
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