A Tasmanian pedestrian who died after a hit-run crash on New Year's Day may have been hit by a truck, police believe as they continue to search for a driver.
Guide dog handlers say they are suffering discrimination when denied access to businesses and public places because of their canine.
Outgoing Penrith general manager Phil Gould says it was his decision to step down and backed coach Ivan Cleary as the future of the NRL club.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is urging people not to "dumb down" the national jobs debate after bristling at yet another day of questions over his stance on the Adani coal mine.
New research shows Labor remains on track to win the federal election as the coalition tries to defuse concerns about a controversial $80 million water buyback.
A second Thai sex worker has told a jury of taking months to pay off a $45,000 debt by handing over all her brothel earnings to a Sydney woman accused of "possessing her" as a slave.
An Australian father has described the heartbreaking moment he found his wife and daughter who were killed in the Sri Lankan terror attacks.
Up to 6000 people are expected at the Dawn Service and march in Darwin on Thursday, where Anzac Day holds special significance.
Veteran prop Matt Scott says he has not made a call on his representative future but admits his State of Origin fate will ultimately be decided by Queensland coach Kevin Walters.
The death toll from the Easter Sunday suicide bombings in Sri Lanka has risen to 310 and police say they have arrested 40 suspects.