Washington H Soul Pattinson's full year profit has dipped on rising costs and as its Round Oak Mineral subsidiary slumped to a big loss.
One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson says thousands of people want her to do something about warring parents lying about domestic violence in court.
Brickworks' full-year profit slipped 11.9 per cent to $154.6 million against a backdrop of a cooling Australian housing market.
A woman was stabbed in the ribs in Newtown and police have released photos of a man they wish to speak with.
No one could figure out how to get into the office with workers kept out for two days. But the internet had plenty of ideas.
Bosses who deliberately steal money from their employees' pay will face criminal penalties, but genuine mistakes won't be punished.
Two men who allegedly kidnapped and assaulted another man in Sydney have been charged, with police still hunting two other suspects.
The federal government is expected to seek broader powers to revoke the citizenship of dual nationals convicted of terrorism-related offences.
The 31-year-old's husband, who was also stabbed in the stomach, says he managed to fight off two attackers who fled the scene.
Kate Jessop was celebrating her 40th at a pub in Perth when she was on the receiving end of a glassing attack.
The Queensland government has called on the federal government to change a law to allow it continue baiting and killing sharks in the Great Barrier Reef.
The flight scheduled from Sydney to Bali was forced to land in Melbourne after the pilot reportedly noticed the issue.
Donald Trump has called for action in the wake of what Saudi Arabia claims is 'undeniable' evidence that Iran was behind recent oil field bombings.
The NSW upper house will debate further proposed changes to the abortion decriminalisation bill, after rejecting an amendment to ban sex-selective abortions.
Paul Frost, the son of Ian Thorpe's former swimming coach, will remain behind bars for at least another week after being charged with historical child abuse.
The Victorian Director of Public Prosecutions wants the Court of Appeal to rule on the correct interpretation of 'recklessness' for offences other than murder.