The prime minister is putting the final touches to his new-look frontbench, but won't be making radical changes to the ministry team.
Victorian firefighters have lashed careless landowners whose burn-offs have gotten out of control, wasting the CFA's time and resources putting the fires out.
Adani says construction could start immediately at its mine site once it gets state environment approvals but other major issues are yet to be resolved.
Bill Shorten has asked Labor supporters to lock in behind the new leadership team, likely to be Anthony Albanese and a new deputy.
A NSW man has been arrested in a Muswellbrook hotel two-and-half days after he slipped out of a police station in a nearby town.
Queensland police are looking for a male driver who sprayed a Rockhampton cyclist's home with bullets after a road rage incident.
A high-profile Victorian commission looking at recruitment and management of people used to supply information to police has been granted extra time and cash.
Nathan Peck has spoken for the first time since the accident north of Coffs Harbour, revealing how he thought his brother had been killed.
Sara Zelenak died nearly instantaneously when the first blow to her neck severed her spinal chord in the London Bridge attacks.
A 61-year-old man had died in a fire at a garage on Tasmania's east coast with police saying he was believed to have lived in the structure.
The suspected petrol thieves have been labelled 'scumbags' after a fuel station in New Zealand shamed them online.
Amid the chaos and violence of Indonesia's deadly riots, an Australian journalist stumbled across an unusual sight.
Victorian man Bryner Menchavez has not spoken to his family for weeks prompting the family and police to raise concerns about his disappearance.
An auditor-general's report has found there is not enough funding to provide the capacity needed to deal with the long-term growth of NSW's prison population.
Twelve people have been arrested, drugs and cash seized during raids across Melbourne's southeast as part of an investigation into a drug trafficking syndicate.
A woman, aged in her 50s, has been taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after being struck by a car in Melbourne's west.
The missing 19-year-old's sister woke up at 6.30am on Friday and found the front door of the Sydney home open.
A safety investigator tasked with reviewing Olivia Inglis' fatal equestrian accident was allegedly told not to speak to witnesses and had her report changed.