Second-busiest auction week of the year
Housing data shows Australia has had its second-busiest auction week of the year, with more than 2800 homes going under the hammer.
Unions have called on the Labor Party to take a pledge to the next federal election to halve the number of people in insecure work.
Three Indians who were hiking in Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain wilderness have been rescued after spending two nights suffering hypothermia in a remote cabin.
Peter Dutton has dismissed calls by independent MP Andrew Wilkie for air force transport planes to be used as water bombers.
Senior Nationals minister David Littleproud has called for shoppers to boycott Coles until it puts a 20-cent levy on all dairy products to help farmers.
Victorian Liberal MP Mary Wooldridge says she’s quitting politics and is calling on her party to do better on getting more women into parliament.
Weather conditions have once again eased in Queensland, with a number of bushfires scaled down on Sunday.
Brisbane have denied they’ve made any approach to bring Israel Folau back to the NRL club following media reports they were pursuing the former Wallabies star.
NSW firefighters hope to get some critical back-burning and containment work done before conditions worsen as prime minister Scott Morrison thanked RFS crews.
The Australian Institute says 62 per cent of Australians back a net-zero emissions target, including 54 per cent of a coalition voters.
Labor frontbencher Tanya Plibersek says the party “let down” true believers with a NSW donations scandal and urged politicians to restore faith in democracy.
Efforts to rescue three injured hikers from Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain region have been hampered by bad weather for a second day.
New Zealand’s finance minister says the Australian Labor Party should consider a ‘wellness budget’ approach if it wins government.
Politicians are still going toe-to-toe over embattled minister Angus Taylor, even as he prepares to escape the country to attend an international conference.
Benalla Police and SES are currently searching the Lake Benalla shoreline with an area from the Art Gallery around to the showgrounds taped off. We are waiting on Victoria Police to contact us with more information which we will share with you as...
UPDATE, 2.50PM: Thirty-two vehicles are now responding to the fire which is still burning out of control.
POLICE have confirmed there are so suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a Cohuna woman.