The Melbourne woman rented the home to a single mum six years ago, but when she tried to move back last year, the tenant reportedly refused to budge. Find out more.
The Reserve Bank will soon get the final two pieces of the economic puzzle that will inform its key April cash rate decision.Both a pause and another hike are still in play, with analysts undecided on which way the central bank will go.
The NSW Liberal Party cannot move further to the right or inject division into the mainstream in an effort to regain popularity, senior Liberals say.Having entered Saturday with a claim on 33 seats, the party on Sunday had a firm hold of 15 seats and faced a nervous wait in another 11 electorates.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews will be the first of Australia's state leaders to visit China since the COVID-19 outbreak, with a series of high-level education and trade meetings organised.The premier will leave on Monday night and visit Beijing and Jiangsu and Sichuan provinces before returning to Melbourne on Saturday morning.
Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus says the solicitor-general's advice supports the wording of the proposed change to the constitution on the Indigenous voice to parliament referendum, but is refusing to publicly release it.Prime Minister Anthony Albanese last week revealed the question to be put to voters - between October and December - and the new section of the constitution outlining how the voice will work.
Property owners in danger of missing out on vital COVID-19 era cash grants through no fault of their own have won a reprieve, with the deadline to submit paperwork for the national HomeBuilder scheme extended.Subject to agreement with the states and territories, Housing Minister Julie Collins says otherwise eligible applicants who would have missed the April 30 cut-off will now have until the end of June 2025 to provide supporting documentation.
Liberal Senator Andrew Bragg has warned his party against chasing the "margins" and lurching further to the extreme end of politics following the coalition's loss at the NSW election.NSW premier-elect Chris Minns led his party to a resounding victory in Saturday's election, with a clear Labor majority.
Stunned witnesses watched on as the pilot desperately tried to keep the group, including a child, above water.
A terrifying find at the bottom of a swimming pool has local residents on edge.
More than 18 months out from the Queensland election, the state opposition has taken the unusual step of naming three candidates.Liberal National leader David Crisafulli said his party was being proactive for the October 2024 poll after seven years in opposition.
More than a year after the collapse of a failed funeral insurer, Lynda Edwards is heading to Canberra to plead with the government to help the thousands of Indigenous people targeted by the company.Aboriginal Community Benefit Fund, also known as Youpla, sold junk funeral insurance plans to Indigenous people across Australia for more than 30 years, despite concerns being raised by First Nations, financial, legal and consumer organisations.
Premier-elect Chris Minns has promised to build a government of which all NSW can be proud following his definitive election victory which shattered coalition hopes of a historic fourth term.Labor took at least nine seats from the government in Saturday's contest with a statewide two-party preferred swing of seven per cent.
South Australia has become the first state to legislate for an Indigenous voice to parliament.The Labor government's bill passed the House of Assembly in a special sitting on Sunday.
Business groups have renewed calls for federal parliament to pass safeguard mechanism reforms, as the contentious climate policy stalls.Talks on the safeguard mechanism will be centre stage when MPs return to Canberra for the last sitting week before the federal budget in May.
A man has been shot by police after officers were called to a domestic violence incident in Queensland's far north.Police attended an address on Love Street, Mareeba, about 11.
Lawyers representing a former United States pilot detained in NSW have called for his immediate release, saying Australia's intelligence watchdog is investigating his case.The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security informed lawyers for Daniel Edmund Duggan it had launched a formal inquiry into the matter, solicitor Dennis Miralis said.
NRL fans have been told to make new travel plans to get to Olympic Park as Sydney's trains suffer another major outage.Urgent signal repairs have stopped trains running between Lidcombe and Ashfield on the T1 Western and T2 Inner West & Leppington Lines.
A man has been charged with murder days after another man was found unresponsive outside an address in a rural Queensland town.Police believe an altercation broke out on March 21 in the town of Miles, roughly 330km northwest of Brisbane, during which a 44-year-old man was hit before falling.
The 35-year-old says she can't afford what her landlord is asking and has turned to her community for help. Find out more.
Footage has emerged of a neighbour attacking a family's door after getting upset over the noise their children were making. Watch it here.
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered on the lawn outside the NT Parliament to call for tougher crime measures after a young man was recently fatally stabbed in the workplace.Responding to a Facebook page created earlier in the week, crowds gathered to express their anger at what they saw as the NT government's inaction on crime on Saturday.
Voters have hit out at the restaurant's offer, deeming it 'a bit steep'.
A planned rebuild of Brisbane's ageing Gabba stadium could help prevent a third repeat of an embarrassing blackout during a major sporting event.Play was halted with 12 minutes remaining in Friday's AFL clash between the Brisbane Lions and the Melbourne Demons after an underground cable joint failure left the teams and more than 30,000 fans in the dark.
Euphoria, tears and hints of relief have been painted across the faces of NSW Labor diehards as leader Chris Minns led the party out of the wilderness into the halls of power.Decimated in 2011 after corruption and internal infighting and shocked in 2019, Labor turned to an ambitious young leader who once called for fewer MPs to come from the trade union movement.
Footage shows a woman following the staffers as they carry sealed boxes of pre-poll ballots to a car. Find out more.