A gun disguised as a pen has been seized and 31 people arrested as police cracked a criminal syndicate peddling illegal drugs between NSW and Tasmania.
Global ride-share company Uber could be forced to shell out hundreds of millions of dollars if a class action launched by thousands of Australian taxi and hire car drivers is successful.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced she's getting married, less than a year after having a child in office.
Officers engaging in oral sex in a police car is not "official misconduct", a judge has ruled.
A former Brisbane liquidator who siphoned $800,000 from a property development company he was appointed to dissolve has been sentenced to prison.
Adani's controversial Queensland coal mine has been dealt another blow after the state government rejected its plan to protect an endangered bird.
Breast cancer survivors have hit out at Facebook after the social media giant banned images of their scars and mastectomies featured in a new campaign.
FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 23--WHERE THE LEADERS ARE CAMPAIGNING* Prime Minister Scott Morrison: starting in Melbourne before heading to Brisbane for the people's forum debate* Labor leader Bill Shorten: starting in Melbourne before heading to Brisbane for the people's forum debate--WHAT THE COALITION WANTS TO TALK ABOUTProtecting Australia's waterways and...
South Sydney coach Wayne Bennett has dismissed the notion that the NRL premiership is a three-horse race and that the Rabbitohs, Sydney Roosters and Melbourne are the only sides in contention.
The work of journalists is being hampered by defamation laws, suppression orders and national security laws, a survey by Australia's media union suggests.