Plea for treatment lodged 16 times before NT substance ab...
Health authorities struggled to find a mandatory treatment service for one of the Northern Territory's top five substance abusers, a coronial inquest in Darw...
Ahok dropping appeal against jail time for blasphemy, cry...
Jakarta's former governor says he will not contest his two-year blasphemy sentence in a decision made to avoid protests for the "good of the country".
Something unusual is happening in Question Time this week
As the Government scores goals on traditional Labor policy areas, you can almost see the steam rising from the Opposition benches, writes David Lipson.
Ariana Grande says she is 'broken' after Manchester conce...
US popstar Ariana Grande says she is "broken" after a man detonated an explosive device, killing 22 people, at the Manchester Arena, where she had just finis...
School debate and power prices dominate WA Parliament debate
One Nation's new MPs faced their first proper day in WA's Legislative Council on Tuesday, while the Upper House appointed a female president for the first time.
Surfstitch sued in $100m shareholder class action
Surfstitch is being sued for $100 million by disgruntled shareholders for allegedly engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct, and breaching its continuous...
UTS students rally together after Muslim women allegedly ...
At least 150 students and staff protest outside the University of Technology Sydney in response to an alleged attack on four Muslim women.
Park Geun-hye pleads not guilty in corruption trial
South Korea's former leader Park Geun-hye abused her power and pressured companies to pay her tens of millions of dollars in bribes, a prosecutor tells a Seo...
PM's son-in-law elected president of troubled NSW RSL
James Brown, who is Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's son-in-law, is elected as president of the besieged NSW RSL, replacing John Haines.
Teacher with stocking fetish jailed for filming students
A West Australian music teacher with a fetish for stockings is sentenced to five years in jail for indecently recording dozens of his young students for his ...
PM says Manchester bombing a vile attack on innocence
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull delays Question Time to pause for a minute's silence to mourn the deaths of 22 people, including children, in the Manchester ...
Home downsizing scheme could leave some retirees worse of...
Many lower-wealth retirees would be left worse off if they take up the Government's proposed new scheme to help them downsize their home.
Red Cross issues urgent plea for O-type blood
Winter illnesses are placing a huge strain on Australia's blood reserves, prompting authorities to issue an urgent call for donations, particularly of O-nega...
Gay men flogged in Aceh after vigilantes find them having...
In what human rights groups describe as a new low, two gay men have been lashed 85 times each with the cane in the Indonesian province of Aceh - following Sh...
Symbol of brave teens in blast
A POIGNANT emblem of young bravery has emerged on social media after the horror that unfolded at an Ariana Grande concert.
Australia has become global laughing stock
THE debate surrounding the link between avocado toast and mortgages has gone global, making Australia an international laughing stock.
‘I scope out the exits everywhere I go’
GONE are the days when youth were losing their lives in war fighting the ‘bad guys’ in the trenches. The battle, like it or not, is here. It’s in our movie t...
Law student jailed for fleecing 'vulnerable' Indigenous p...
A man who ran for Northern Territory parliament is jailed for conning Indigenous victims out of thousands of dollars in mobile phone and computer contracts, ...
Bride has her grandmother as a flower girl at her wedding
Melbourne-based bride Kerrin Walton is 'very close' with her grandmother Alison Walter so she asked her to be in the bridal party as a flower girl.
Manchester Arena attack leaves parents searching for kids
Panicked parents are using social media to try and locate their children after 19 people were killed and 50 injured when explosions went off at Manchester Ar...
Manchester terror attack: Bomber strikes Ariana Grande gig
Nineteen people have been confirmed dead and around 50 injured after a terrorist attack inside Manchester Arena at the end of a teen concert tonight.
Red-tailed phascogale given sanctuary lifeline
A sanctuary zone in WA's Mid West could hold the key to ensuring the survival of the mysterious red-tailed phascogale, ecologists say.
Teenager died with blood alcohol level of .319 on birthday
A teenager had a blood alcohol reading of 0.319 after trying to drink 18 shots on her 18th birthday. Nicole Emily Bicknell consumed large amounts of a Polish...
Manchester terror attack: Ariana Grande apologises
Her manager Scooter Braun said, 'Our hearts are broken' as they mourned 'the lives of children and loved ones taken by this cowardly act.'
Eddie Obeid and Ian Macdonald to be stripped of NSW parli...
The corrupt former Labor ministers are set to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars following their convictions
Was Manchester suicide bomber part of terror 'network'?
Counter terror chiefs are examining whether the bomber, who killed 22 people as thousands were leaving an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, was acting alo...
Ariana Grande 'broken' after explosion kills 22 at Manche...
Performers from around the world have begun reacting to news of a deadly explosion at Ariana Grande's concert at Manchester Arena in the UK.
Labor targets bank tax and school funding in question tim...
Gonski 2.0 school funding package comes to parliament and dominates question time following party meetings. Follow it live... 7.58am BST Murph has been busy....
Sia Soliola backs Canberra Raiders captain Jarrod Croker ...
Consistency's almost a dirty word when talking about Jarrod Croker.
Which Australian cities will be under water in 2100
Images showing Australia's coastal cities inundated by water in 2100 have been published on the Coastal Risk Australia website based on updated sea level pre...
Osama bin Laden's wife describes night he died
Osama bin Laden's fourth and youngest wife, Amal, described how she and her children and other relatives huddled in terror as American SEALs blasted down the...
Manchester Arena explosion at Ariana Grande concert: What...
More than 20 people have died after a suicide bomber caused an explosion near the Manchester Arena where US singer Ariana Grande had just finished a concert....
Labor Senator Sam Dastyari makes 'home ownership smoothie'
Labor Senator Sam Dastyari has made a 'home ownership smoothie' with avocado and takeaway coffee to joke about the Australian housing affordability debate.
Mother shares how she sculpted an incredible set of abs
Just eight months on from giving birth, Fatima Stagliano, from the Gold Coast, has overhauled her fitness and is now able to show off an incredible set of ab...
Adam Goodes kicks goals for Indigenous literacy: 'This is...
Former footballer throws his support behind work of Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation, saying education is ‘the way forward’ in closing the gap The...
Manchester Arena explosion: Malcolm Turnbull condemns att...
PM told Parliament that the killing of concert-goers was an "attack on innocence".
Please explain: Pauline Hanson misses Senate estimates fo...
As Canberra swelled with politicians filing in for budget estimates, there was one notable absence.
Neill-Fraser's family confident 'strong' new evidence wil...
The friends and family of convicted killer Susan Neill-Fraser hope "extremely strong" new evidence they plan to present at a landmark court hearing will lead...
Manchester attack: the morning after the Ariana Grande co...
Police have confirmed children were among the dead after a suicide bomber struck at a Manchester concert.
ASX reverses early gains on sell-off in banks, miners
Shares shed their early gains as the major banks reversed early gains and miners fell, with the Manchester blast weighing on sentiment.
ISIS fans celebrate Manchester terror attack
ISIS supporters celebrated last night's terrorist attack in the Manchester Arena which killed 22 pop fans and wounded 59 others after a blast targeted revele...
Australians targeted by Amazon spam scam
The world's biggest online retailer joins well-known retailers Coles, Woolworths, ALDI, IGA, Bunnings and Myer in having its reputation misused by scammers.
South Australian woman charged with being IS member
A South Australian woman has been charged with being a member of Islamic State.
'Heir Dead Meat': North Korea releases bizarre Kim assass...
Amid spy tales of Le Carre proportions swirling through north Asia, North Korea had its own sensational story of a plot gone wrong.
Patty Mills to weigh up NBA move after San Antonio Spurs ...
Patty Mills may have played his last game for the San Antonio Spurs.
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