Clive Palmer’s border case is back in court and WA is set to seek a retrial
Clive Palmer’s bid to prise open Western Australia’s hard border is scheduled to return to the Federal Court today, and WA government...
BHP halts destruction of sacred Aboriginal sites amid outcry over Rio Tinto blasting
Mining giant BHP has announced it will place on hold plans to destroy dozens of sacred sites in WA as part of...
Sydney charity worker jailed after killing Balinese teenager with car
A Sydney charity worker has been sentenced to three-and-a-half months in jail for hitting and killing a Balinese teenager with her car....
Culleton granted more time to get financial affairs in order
Disqualified West Australian senator Rod Culleton has been granted more time to get his financial affairs in order. Mr Culleton was stripped...
‘Prolonged, destructive’ US, China war possible: intelligence chief
A war between the US and China would be long, destructive and could erupt if regional disputes already underway overheat, United States...
Labor announces $2 billion hospital pledge
New money would go towards employment and health services in hospitals.
Shorten heckled over refugees
Opposition Leader says he will not be deterred from defeating people smugglers.
Singapore to carry out $2.25b defence work
Queensland defence bases are set to be expanded in the $2.25b deal led by the PM.
Morrison to cut super concessions for wealthy
Treasurer maintains that whatever changes are made, overall tax burden won't rise.
July 2 election date firms as ministers flag early budget
Government considering bringing the budget forward to help clear the path for a double dissolution election on July 2.