An Australian ban on a range of textured breast implants has been recommended after a review of apparent links to rare forms of cancer.
A police officer allegedly warned she'd make a strip search "nice and slow" if a Sydney music festival attendee didn't tell her where she was hiding drugs.
A former military lawyer charged with leaking classified information to the media has struck a deal with the Commonwealth about how the sensitive information will be dealt with in court.
Australia could be the first country to eradicate cervical cancer by 2035 if fewer women were embarrassed to get potentially life-saving screening.
The federal government is seeking a review of concentrated caffeine products after a Blue Mountains man died from caffeine toxicity.
Victoria is cracking down on sourcing irrigation water from the Murray River and has urged other states to do the same in a bid to ensure environmental flows.
The Morrison government shouldn't create "reams and reams" of law to protect people of faith from discrimination, a veteran Liberal strategist says.
The deaths of six Queensland miners in the past 12 months has prompted an emergency meeting of government, industry and union representatives to tackle on site safety.
Australians will have the chance to vote on changing the constitution to recognise the nation's first peoples within the next three years.
Communications Minister Paul Fletcher has ruled out selling the National Broadband Network to Telstra when the rollout of the $51 billion project is finished.