John Howard says Scott Morrison has done an "amazing" job in the Liberal leadership and has brought stability the party has not seen for more than a decade.
The first phase of an expanded naval base at Lombrum on Manus Island has reportedly been completed, with the port to eventually host Australian and US ships.
Sydney Trains has opened a window for possible compensation for commuters who directly suffered financially as a result of rail delays and chaos on Friday.
If voluntary euthanasia is adopted in Queensland it should be seen as a right, rather than a privilege of the sick, says Exit International's Philip Nitschke.
The Queensland government has effectively been given 'permission' to dump it's deputy premier by a union boss, a political analyst says.
A post-Brexit free trade agreement with Britain is expected to be one of the topics on Prime Minister Scott Morrison's agenda at the G7 summit in France.
Gary Bowles killed six men during his spree. In each case, he stuffed his victims' throats with objects: towels, rags, toilet paper, dirt, leaves and even a sex toy.
A 40-year-old man has been charged after he allegedly committed sexual offences towards children on two separate occasions in northwest Sydney.
One Sydney commuter copped a ridiculous taxi fare for a ten minute trip. Incidentally, he ended up getting the same taxi driver the next day.
The mum said she was stunned by the response of her fellow train passengers, slamming them as 'inconsiderate'.
A 36 year-old Pakistani refugee has set himself alight in front of a mental health doctor on Nauru, the Refugee Action Coalition says.
While the third season has moved away from the alarming themes of season one, experts say there is still a need for support as the new season of 13 Reasons Why premieres.
A young dad who endured two years of traumatising upheaval with his family has been recognised for his selflessness.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has spent a jam-packed day in Vietnam among military receptions and visited the site of an under-construction Formula One track.
Sydney Trains says customers who experience significant financial hardship as a direct result of service delays may be eligible for compensation.
The huge cat is looking for a new family and the shelter website crashed because so many people wanted to adopt the giant feline.
Sydneysiders are continuing to face major delays as they attempt to catch trains home during Friday peak hour.