The Prime Minister has announced the former sports minister’s resignation, after an inquiry found she breached ministerial standards.
A police dog has been stabbed as he ran down two men fleeing from an allegedly stolen car in Brisbane.
Six passengers who landed at Sydney Airport from China today have been sent for coronavirus tests.
Fotis Dulos, the US man accused of killing his estranged wife Jennifer Farber Dulos, was confirmed dead on Thursday after an apparent suicide attempt two days before. But that won’t stop Fotis Dulos’ attorney from insisting he was innocent.
After weeks of being forced to deal with the boring details of the domestic bushfire crisis, Scott Morrison says he finally feels himself again after being given the opportunity to stop people from coming to Australia. “This is why I got into politics; this is what gets me up in the morning,” Mr Morrison said, […]
Former World Trade Organisation leader and New Zealand Prime Minister Mike Moore has died. He was 71.
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Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says Australians who are airlifted from the Chinese city of Wuhan to Christmas Island will not be charged $1000, as was previously announced.
Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has defended the ban on travellers from mainland China amid the coronavirus outbreak but admits the move will have a “negative” economic effect.
The Palestinian Authority has cut all ties with the United States and Israel after rejecting a Middle East peace plan presented by US President Donald Trump.
Two cases of the potentially deadly coronavirus have been confirmed in South Australia, taking the national total to 12.
Sumac By Rowan McKeon It’s 1642 and if you climb that tall tree You might catch a glimpse of a sail out at sea. It’s Abel Tasman and he’s just sighted land And named this island on which you stand. But direct your attention back to the ground And you’ll note the small shoots that […]
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