The Northern Territory government says more than 31,000 people have downloaded the new smartphone application to have people check-in at venues.
The return to Earth of a Japanese capsule carrying the first sub-surface asteroid samples is set to light up South Australian skies early on Sunday morning.
South Australia is set to resume international flights for returning Australians after a cluster of coronavirus cases put a temporary stop to arrivals.
A proposal to exclude police floats from Sydney's Mardi Gras parade has failed to pass, drawing 44 per cent of members' votes at the annual general meeting.
Firefighting aircraft have significantly slowed a bushfire that's destroyed almost half of Queensland's world heritage-listed Fraser Island.
Banks should regularly prompt borrowers with older loans to review their interest rates and think about switching lenders, the competition watchdog says.
Environmentalists say the government's decision not to rely on Kyoto carryover credits to meet its Paris target opens the way for a climate policy reset.
The government will introduce a bill making it easier for divisions of a union to vote to de-merge from an algamated group like the CFMEU.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has opened a playground in rural NSW built to honour two volunteer firefighters who died in last summer's catastrophic fires.
Fears that a Sydney case of COVID-19 was transmitted in the community have been dismissed, with authorities pointing to overseas air crew as a possible source.
The extravagant life of missing millionaire Melissa Caddick is unravelling as investors fear she misappropriated up to $40 million.
A young mum has had her baby taken away from her after posting social media snaps of the child allegedly drinking alcohol and holding a cigarette.
After swapping stories with others in the hospital spinal ward, the South Australian dad is just grateful how lucky he was.