A popular Newcastle bar owned by Silverchair bassist Chris Joannou has been destroyed in a fire that broke out early in the morning.
The Trump administration has repeatedly referenced Australia as it rolled out controversial immigration policies in the US.
Pauline Hanson has confirmed One Nation will support the federal government's full income tax package, increasing its chances of passing parliament.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has arrived in hospital and handed over power ahead of the birth of her first child.
US President Donald Trump has ended a policy which meant children were taken away from their parents if families were caught entering the US illegally.
Telstra's boss is expecting fewer customer phone calls in the future as the telco undergoes a major shake-up with 8000 job cuts.
Barnaby Joyce's estranged wife Natalie has slammed the $150,000 TV interview he gave with his staffer-turned-partner.
A senior Turnbull government minister believes Liberal backbenchers will support a proposed new energy policy.
A junior Dreamworld ride operator comforted a 10-year-old boy seconds after a raft collision on a ride had killed four people, including the boy's mother.
Toy retailer Toys R Us will shut its 44 stores down after no buyer could be found for the collapsed business, putting 700 workers out of a job.
The leaders of North Korea and China have met and exchanged their views on the way forward after a historic summit with US President Donald Trump last week.
A fire expert has told a hearing into the UK's deadly Grenfell tower blaze that its cladding's polyethylene core had a similar heat of combustion to petrol.
NSW police Minister Troy Grant says he expects sex abuse reporting law amendments could garner support from some Nationals.
The son of an ex-deputy tax commissioner who allegedly ran a multimillion-dollar fraud syndicate is suing a global insurance giant for legal defence funds.
The Australian Workers Union has been granted a delay for a court hearing over the lawfulness of federal police raids on two union offices.
Provocative billboards promoting a Victorian government Aboriginal awareness campaign have been rejected by an advertising company.
Queensland senator Amanda Stoker has used her maiden speech to parliament to call for wide-ranging industrial relations reform.