A senior Navy officer has been stripped of his command, another will be sanctioned and others counselled over their involvement in incursions into Indonesian waters last summer while enforcing the Government's asylum seeker boats policy.
Former Perth barrister Lloyd Rayney has been given permission to continue suing for compensation for income he claims to have lost after being named as the prime suspect in his wife's death.
Another suspicious package has been found at WA's Parliament House, after a number were sent yesterday, including to the Premier and the Treasurer's electorate offices.
A critically endangered white-cheek gibbon has been born at Adelaide Zoo, only the third born there in the zoo's 130 years of operation.
Telephone and door-to-door salespeople can no longer disturb West Australians after 6pm on weekdays.
NSW Premier Mike Baird has promised to restore confidence in the State Government after being elected unopposed as Barry O'Farrell's successor today.
An Adelaide research team says it has developed a vaccine to tackle melanoma, a disease which kills about 1,500 Australians annually.
Millions of dollars in research money for the University of New South Wales has been frozen as multiple investigations into alleged research misconduct are launched.
The bodies of both men killed in an underground mine collapse in the Hunter Valley have been recovered.
It seems Prince William was keen to be part of the action as he watched teenagers abseil at Narrow Neck Lookout in the Blue Mountains.
His father has described him as a "regular Aussie dude", but there's little that is "regular" about the new New South Wales Premier.