Three men have been accused of terrorism offences following arson attacks at a Melbourne mosque last year.
Attorney-General George Brandis insists the postal ballot on same-sex marriage won't be broadened to take in other issues around the debate.
The sinking of the USS Indianapolis remains the US Navy's single worst loss at sea with nearly 900 crew killed in the dying days of WWII.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has offered talks with the prime minister over the growing citizenship crisis which has already captured seven MPs and senators.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced a new national strategy to tackle the growing use of vehicles as weapons by terrorists.
Counterprotesters have marched through historic Boston Common, where conservatives had planned to deliver a series of speeches but soon left.
The Wallabies won't be overhauling their starting side or new defensive system despite suffering a record-breaking Bledisloe Cup loss to the All Blacks.
Hopes of finding missing Australian boy Julian Cadman alive are fading.
The All Blacks have once again displayed the gulf in class between New Zealand and Australian rugby with a record-setting 54-34 Bledisloe Cup win in Sydney.
A woman is in a serious condition after a car crashed into the footpath of a busy street in Sydney's north, injuring seven pedestrians including a child.
Winx has given her legions of fans a scare by missing the start in the Warwick Stakes before rallying to win the Group Two race.
Dashcam footage between Adelaide and South Australia's northeast could help police solve the disappearance and suspected murder of missing mother Tanja Ebert.
Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon has become the latest in a string of federal politicians to reveal they hold dual citizenship.
An online Spanish news website has reported that seven-year-old Australian boy Julian Cadman has been found in a hospital in Barcelona.
Malcolm Turnbull has spruiked Tasmania's renewable energy projects in an address to the Liberal Party state council meeting.
A former policeman hoping to be Ipswich's next mayor says he's in his "prime", compared to a rival in the "twilight of his time" on council.
Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon will refer himself to the High Court after finding out he's a British Overseas Citizen.