The Nationals and Labor say they won't support a call from the Shooters, Farmers and Fishers party to make gun silencers easier to access in NSW.
The revenue of online giants such as Google and Facebook won't be taxed by Australia until a global consensus is reached on the best way to do so.
Australians with tours of Gallipoli booked around Anzac Day don't appear at risk of them being cancelled, despite testy remarks from the Turkish president.
The bond between Australians and the Turkish was forged at Gallipoli and is stronger than a political war of words or terror attack, a community leader says.
Two Victorian recycling plants have been reopened after the environmental regulator closed them due to concerns stockpiled waste posed a fire hazard.
A female student has called out her school for its 'boys will be boys' attitude to a group of 50 boys who circulated a list, ranking female classmates by appearance.
The Tasmanian Integrity Commission has cleared state minister Sarah Courtney of allegations of misconduct over a relationship with her departmental head.
A Queensland inquest into the death of two fishermen on a trawler that sank in rough seas has heard ropes stored near lifeboats may have stopped them launching.
One Nation's Mark Latham has labelled as a "stunt" a lawsuit being brought against him by a university student wrongly accused of terror offences.
The accused Claremont serial killer has failed to get a separate trial for an alleged earlier crime, but in a minor victory, porn evidence will not be included.
Cassie Barker left her daughter in her patrol car outside the home of her then-boss while the pair had sex and slept over a period of four hours.
A Queensland inquest into the deaths of two fishermen on a trawler that sank has heard evidence suggesting safety wasn't priority aboard the vessel.
East Arnhem communities are being warned to prepare for severe Tropical Cyclone Trevor with wind gusts of up to 205km/h later in the week.