Man charged after Anning press conference
A man has been charged with allegedly assaulting a News Corp Australia photographer and intimidating a female journalist after a Fraser Anning media event.
Two people have been arrested during a “routine operation” for the Melbourne Joint Counter Terrorism Team in Melbourne on Friday.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he stands for coal because it creates thousands of jobs, as he launches another attack on Labor’s plan to reduce pollution.
As the second week of campaigning ends, Scott Morrison has set aside his fiery parliamentary persona and taken a lighter approach.
A Queensland Supreme Court justice has criticised allegations from Clive Palmer as being more at home in an exchange at the “Mad Hatter’s tea party”.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison won’t speculate on the outlook for interest rates amid talk the central bank could cut as early as next month.
Construction firms in Townsville say the bulk of the reconstruction work after floods in February has not gone to locals, compounding job and housing shortages.
A Labor Senate candidate has been forced to apologise for sharing a meme depicting Malcolm Turnbull as an ISIS executioner about to kill a journalist.
Bill Shorten says he is open to more leaders’ debates after the Liberal Party earlier accused him of avoiding scrutiny by only agreeing to two.
Family and friends of a woman whose body was found in Melbourne’s Chinatown district have faced her accused killer in court.
A jury has retired at the trial of two Sydney brothers accused of plotting to blow up an Etihad plane with a bomb hidden in a meat grinder.
A disabled woman and her carer have avoided jail after holding two intellectually disabled women captive for nearly two months in northern Victoria.
A six-year manslaughter sentence handed to a Melbourne man who killed his wife has stirred frustration among police, the force’s senior officer says.
The Australian Council of Trade Unions has launched a new advertising campaign ahead of the May 18 federal election with a focus on sluggish wage growth.
Shepparton Highway Patrol officers nabbed a driver allegedly travelling at 191km/h in Shepparton about 11.50pm last night. The 20-year-old probationary driver was detected in an 80km/h zone on Goulburn Valley Highway. The Shepparton man had his...
A number of vehicles were stolen from a car dealership in Shepparton on Saturday morning.
A 23-year-old Echuca man is currently in Bendigo Magistrates Court facing charges of dangerous driving causing serious injury and other driving related offences.