A NSW inquest into the death of Terry Ah-See has found he was driving the car he was killed in when it shot through the air and flipped.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants to give Australians extra tax relief as soon as possible but exactly when he can remains up in the air.
A NSW anaesthetist who conducted a rectal examination on a patient without the man's consent has told a tribunal a surgeon insisted he do it.
A group of males who killed Patrick Slater near a Perth train station, including a boy who was just 11 at the time, have failed in their appeal bids.
Craig Peacock, who double dipped and organised a bathhouse trip for politicians when he was WA's trade commissioner to Japan, has agreed to pay back the state.
An inquest into the death of a bushwalker who was hiking alone in freezing weather in Tasmania has found he didn't have adequate clothes or equipment.
A lawyer for Victoria Police denies the force has taken an "adversarial approach" to a royal commission into police use of informers, including Nicola Gobbo.
Known as Famous Dog, the Aussie greyhound is one of only five dogs to return after 20,000 were sent to a notorious race track overseas.
Tiny pieces of plastic littering the ocean are killing the most endangered species of seabirds - petrels, new research has found.
One of Australia's most experienced horse riders has disagreed with a team of experts when he labelled a jump at which 17-year-old Olivia Inglis died "unsafe".
The discovery of a criminal syndicate involved in drug supply, importing illicit tobacco and large-scale money laundering has led to the arrest of eight men.