ACCC wants Sydney Airport curfew reviewed
The ACCC is calling for the rules limiting plane movements at Sydney Airport to be reviewed saying they’re likely contributing to congestion problems.
The Queensland government has strengthened laws to ensure the state’s worst pedophiles will be monitored for life after they are released from jail.
Labor has pledged to tackle gender inequality in superannuation by boosting the savings of women while on maternity leave.
As the federal government puts together a fresh agenda, Scott Morrison has delayed his first COAG meeting as prime minister, shifting it to mid-December.
Greens senator Jordon Steele-John has been moved to tears while listing the names of people with disabilities who have died in care.
The banking royal commission will hear from three consumers as it questions insurers about the handling of claims following natural disasters.
Almost two weeks after the first cases emerged, authorities are still seeking those responsible for sabotaged strawberries across the country.
Peter Dutton’s decisions to grant visas to two au pairs within hours of his office receiving requests will be explored in a report due on Wednesday.
Power companies who switched off crucial life support machines 30 times in just over two years have been slapped with fines from the energy watchdog.
Health Minister Greg Hunt has stressed that the My Health Record system will give Australians “complete control” over their medical information.
A $100,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the conviction of strawberry saboteurs in WA, where five cases have been reported.
What we learned, heard and were amused by in Question Time on Tuesday.
Independent senator Tim Storer has signalled he won’t support the government’s push to make it easier to de-register unions.
Seventeen people have been charged following seven raids as part of an investigation into the sourcing and distribution of drugs in Western Australia.
POLICE are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing Moama woman Jasmine Armstrong. The 18-year-old was last seen at a Northcote address about 7pm on Tuesday, 21 August. Police have concerns for her welfare as her disappearance is out...
POLICE are investigating the death of a man killed in a motorbike accident at a Bunnaloo property on Sunday.
Emergency services are on their way to a two-vehicle accident in Wyuna. The accident is believed to be serious and occurred on the corner of Trevaskis and Hawdon roads about 3.10pm. Police have not confirmed if it is a fatal. More to come