Energy Minister Angus Taylor insists he has 'nothing more to add' on how his office used an altered document to attack the Sydney lord mayor's travel expenses.
Law firm Slater and Gordon has announced class actions against ANZ and Westpac for selling "junk" insurance policies to unsuspecting customers.
Two people have been charged after a man allegedly punched a 15-year-old boy in the face on a Sydney school bus after a minor car accident.
Firefighters have contained more than 60 blazes which swept across Victoria on Thursday, including a fire in the north which is being investigated by police.
A healthcare worker form Far North Queensland had a surprising reaction after being told he won Thursday night's $40m Powerball prize.
The federal government in expected to announce a plan for more refugees to be settled in areas outside the major capital cities.
A man is on trial for the murder of three pensioners who he thought were part of a paedophile ring.
A man will face court charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm after a 21-year-old man was repeatedly stabbed in a fight on the Gold Coast.
Tilli Buchanan could be forced to register as a sex offender after her husband's children walked in on her topless in her own home.
A Sydney man will face court accused of trying to suffocate a bedridden women in her home after she told him she had no money to give him.
NSW deputy coroner Derek Lee will hand down his findings into the death of a mentally ill diabetic man who died in Long Bay Hospital in 2015.
A NSW woman forced to evacuate during a dangerous bushfire on South Australia's Yorke Peninsula has recalled the moment 'light turned to dark'.
Police viewed vehicle chases as risky at the time the Bourke Street driver rammed pedestrians in a deadly 2017 rampage, an inquest has heard.
There are renewed calls for an alternative to the EpiPen as shortages to the child's version force pharmacists to limit sales to one per customer.
A Federal Court judge is set to announce if a now-defunct financial advice firm and its director misled almost 20,000 clients with an "inaccurate" policy.
Australia's energy ministers will meet in Perth on Friday as they debate the nation's approach to reliable power, hydrogen and reducing emissions.
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese wants Australia to embark on a 'productivity renewal project', warning standards of living will drop if it's not addressed.