Arts stars join airline deportations push
Writers and musicians have signed an open letter calling for Australian airlines not to take part in the deportation of asylum seekers.
The continuing drought across western NSW is having an impact not only on the locals but the local wildlife.
Labor MP Clare O’Neil says intimate images are used as blackmail and fuel domestic violence, as the government moves to stamp out image based abuse.
Criminal charges may be laid after corruption investigators uncovered shocking bribery and ‘bid-rigging’ within Perth’s North Metropolitan Health Service.
Treasurer Scott Morrison is pleased as punch with new jobs data showing unemployment at its lowest level in almost six years in July.
Territorians are being treated as second-class citizens, says an angry chief minister Michael Gunner, following a failed vote to allow debate on euthanasia.
Coalition backbenchers are pushing Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to guarantee lower power prices.
What we learned, heard and were amused by in Question Time on Thursday.
A Chinese family of six has allegedly laundered at least $11 million in organised crime money, and smuggled in millions of cigarettes.
Liberal Democrats senator has railed against the government’s crackdown on illegal tobacco, describing smugglers as patriots.
The brother of a Victorian police officer killed in the line of duty 20 years ago cannot put the death to bed, as a convicted killer gets a case point reviewed.
Queensland MP Robbie Katter has defended the speech given by Katter’s Australian Party senator Fraser Anning on Muslim immigration.
The NSW Greens have introduced draft laws that aim to reduce plastic pollution but the premier believes plastic bags aren’t the biggest cause of litter.
Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate is calling on the nation’s banks to pay post offices more for providing transaction services to banking customers.
ANOTHER one bites the dust. Wistaria Cafe has closed its doors after 17 years after negotiations with the Campaspe Shire could not reach a lease agreement. And tenant Eric Grumont had simply had enough. ‘‘We have just had a gutful,’’ he told...
Have you ever walked home after 11.30pm with some unopened tinnies in your bag?
The Shepparton South Sudanese community is heartbroken following the death of former Shepparton resident Laa Chol in Melbourne last week.