A member of a notorious bikie gang has been charged after child abuse material was allegedly found on a computer seized from his Sydney apartment.
The financial services royal commission will wrap up its two-week public hearing into the financial advice industry, one day after an adviser collapsed.
James Cook University is looking to re-align itself and alter its programs, but teachers and students are against proposed job cuts.
Sydney property developer Salim Mehajer, whose debts include an $8.6 million tax bill, has suffered a setback in the fight to have his bankruptcy annulled.
Premier Steven Marshall is set to deliver his first major set-piece speech at the South Australian Press Club after the party's March election win.
Former Liberal MP Sophie Mirabella claims she would have been set for a cabinet position before she lost her seat after a newspaper allegedly defamed her.
Aboriginal child-protection and care over-representation will be tackled as part of a $60 million Victorian Government budget package.
A Sydney man who denies he fought during a 2013 trip to Syria will be sentenced for a foreign incursion offence carrying a maximum penalty of 20 years in jail.
WA looks set to get more federal funds for the Labor state government's flagship Metronet rail project, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has hinted.
A new project in Liverpool to help the council make better planning decisions will pick up the smartphones of pedestrians using sensors to track movement.
Victoria's gambling regulator is expected to make a statement about allegations of poker machine tampering at Crown's Melbourne casino.
Treasurer Scott Morrison insists NDIS funding is secured for the next 10 years and beyond, encouraging disability advocates to focus on improving the scheme.
State and territory environment ministers will meet with the federal minister to discuss the impact of China's recycling import ban.
A Brisbane Uber driver who police allege detained a 25-year-old female passenger instead of taking her to a pub in Fortitude Valley is due at court.
There are approximately 830,000 species of plants, animals, fungi, algae and other organisms across Australia and New Zealand, but 590,000 are yet to be named.
The Australian Academy of Science has released a plan to accelerate the identification of 400,000 undiscovered species, which would take 400 years at present.
The secretary of the ACTU is issuing a call for changes at the Fair Work Commission, saying it's time the umpire got real teeth to resolve disputes.
The Victorian government's upcoming budget includes $47.3 million for a partnership to address Aboriginal over-representation in child protection and care.