Meerkat theft accused ‘shocked by price’
A man and a woman have faced court for the first time over the theft of a meerkitten from Perth Zoo last month.
Heads of the Australian Defence Force were briefed about a potential shift of Australia’s Israel embassy just hours before members of the media were briefed.
Australia’s top military personnel say discussions on a military deal with Saudi Arabia, which were flagged just last month, are “not a priority”.
NSW firefighters will more easily be able to claim compensation for cancer under new laws bound for the state’s parliament.
An Adelaide man charged with making a false report about a contaminated berry says he will plead not guilty to the charges.
Julia Gillard wants her official portrait in Parliament House to teach schoolchildren that she was different to the prime ministers who came before her.
Counting of postal and other votes continues in the federal seat of Wentworth following Saturday’s by-election.
Proposed laws will make it easier for smaller airports and airlines to comply with security standards while also saving money, the Home Affairs minister says.
The Australian Electoral Commission says it achieved a ‘reasonable result’ from its lengthy investigation into an aircraft used by Pauline Hanson’s One Nation.
NRL players Adam Elliott and Asipeli Fine, charged with wilful and obscene exposure after a Mad Monday party, have had their case briefly mentioned in court.
Queensland government minister Coralee O’Rourke has revealed she will undergo surgery after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Victorian Labor is promising a $13.2 million royal commission into mental health if re-elected at the November state election.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has defended his predecessor Malcolm Turnbull travelling to a summit in Bali on behalf of the government.
The Murray Football Netball League is likely to be split in two for the 2019 season. Two new clubs have signaled their intention to join the MFNL next season, and league operations manager Dale Norman says a process is underway to create a first and...
A SYDNEY couple were yesterday on life support in a Melbourne hospital after being hit by a shuttle bus in Moama on Sunday night.
The lives of the Sharp family were turned upside-down recently while on a routine trip home from school.