Hannah Viverette's alleged stalker is accused of climbing up two storeys to get into her apartment while she was dancing.
The most extensive examination of Lawyer X - gangland barrister Nicola Gobbo - and her years of informing to Victoria Police will end on Monday.
A climate survey shows there is a growing restlessness amongst business leaders for the Australian government to commit to net-zero emissions by 2050.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison's approval ratings have jumped two points to 66 per cent, the highest since July-August, according to the latest Newspoll.
After temperatures broke the 40C barrier in Sydney and northern parts of NSW for a second straight day, a welcome cool change arrived late on Sunday.
Daily working from home duties are at an end for thousands of Victorian office workers, with 25 per cent able to return to the workplace after nine months.
Thousands of young Australians who committed suicide were no longer receiving mental health help at the time of their deaths, new analysis of data shows.
Private functions of up to 150 guests will still be allowed in SA from Tuesday despite a man putting the state at "significant risk" by leaving quarantine.
Company profits and inventories figures on Monday will help economists firm up their growth forecasts for this week's September quarter national accounts.
Jarryd Hayne is due to resume testifying at his rape trial after giving a graphic account on Friday of his encounter with the complainant.
Twelve jurors will reconvene in Wollongong to continue deliberations after the trial of alleged rapists, NRL star Jack de Belin and his friend Callan Sinclair.
Energy Minister Angus Taylor says Australia has beaten its 2020 emissions target by 459 million tonnes, greater than its previous estimate.
Sydney and large swathes of northern NSW have endured a second straight day of hot weather, but a cool change is quickly dropping temperatures in some areas.
A mother faces losing her son, 10, after she locked him alone in the unit. with just dry rice to eat and vanished for eight days.
Reckless teens have been captured waiting on a railway bridge for a train to approach before jumping in the river as part of a dangerous new challenge.
It all started over some spilt soy sauce, and now the friends are staring down the barrel of the next 80 years of their lives.
A bushfire in western Sydney's Northmead has been brought under control, while a Watch and Act alert for a fire in the Blue Mountains has been downgraded.
A sink hole swallowed a Toyota Camry over night in Adelaide, no one was injured though the car did have to be towed from the scene.