Treasurer Scott Morrison is sticking with his 10-year business tax plan and will re-introduce its remaining parts when the parliament sits in May.
Bankrupt businessman Joseph Gutnick has defended his precious gem of a wife's $285k wage in court.
A "data spill" of the private mobile phone numbers of Members of Parliament has led to a rethink on how the information is posted on the web.
Two men in Victoria who were found guilty at trial of creating and selling Brett Whiteley paintings have been acquitted.
Queenslanders affected by Cyclone Debbie will receive almost $15 million in Category C funding from the state and federal governments.
Brett Whiteley's former wife says the acquittal of two men who were found guilty by a jury of creating and selling Brett Whiteley paintings is "ludicrous".
An elderly man is accused of murdering his wife in Melbourne but her cause of death is still unknown.
Online bookmakers will be banned from offering Australian punters lines of credit under sweeping reforms to the gambling industry.
A Victorian truck driver has been jailed for five years over a fatal crash east of Adelaide.
A father of six has been jailed for more than five years for attempting to kill his drug addicted son with a claw hammer as he slept in his Perth home.
A father and son who went missing while bushwalking in the Tasmanian wilderness stayed alive by building a makeshift bush shelter.
A French intelligence document shows the Bashar al-Assad Syrian government ordered a deadly nerve gas attack in early April.
The prime minister says the long-term solution to the energy crisis is developing more gas, but a new policy will temporarily ease the reliability squeeze.
Anglicare is demanding action on rental affordability in the federal budget, saying those on low incomes and welfare payments are struggling to find shelter.
Victoria will overhaul how it deals with its most serious violent offenders, as well as a slew of new police officers.
A 78-year-old man has been charged with murder after a body was found in a Melbourne home.
South 32 has cut full-year production targets for several commodities after disruptions at its South Africa and Western Australia operations.