The White House says there can be no talks with North Korea until its behaviour changes, an apparent contradiction of the nation's lead diplomat a day earlier.
Super cars including the Acura NSX, McLaren 720s and the Ford GT will be featured on Grand Tour's new season along with "old car rubbish".
The family of slain Melbourne mother Karen Ristevski have spoken out after her husband was charged with her murder.
The crime rate in Victoria has dropped almost five per cent, but robberies and sex offences remain on the rise, new statistics show.
Economists expect a further 20,000 people joined the workforce in November, which would mark the 14th consecutive month of employment gains.
The royal commission into child sexual abuse in Australian institutions will sit for the final time a day before its final report is handed to the government.
One in 84 Australians reached out to homelessness services in the past year, with the overall number rising by three per cent.
Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin has laid out a new strategy for his 6500-strong force, putting technology at the fore.
Labor says it will remove poker machines from Tasmania's pubs and clubs by 2023 if it wins the next election.
A mentally ill woman who stabbed her neighbour to death on a nature strip in Melbourne will spend an indefinite period locked up at a psychiatric facility.
Roy Moore isn't prepared to concede defeat in the Alabama Senatorial election.
A report by the Queensland Audit Office says the backlog of funding for the state's road network could blow out to $9 billion unless something is done.
Police fired non-lethal projectiles into a car as they pounced on a group of gun-wielding men in Sydney's Centennial Park.
A Morningstar analyst expects Star Wars: Last Jedi to drive eight per cent growth in Event's Australian cinema earnings to $85 million in fiscal 2018.
Former WA police officer Chris Ferris says his former boss Arthur Simms confessed to him that he fired the gun that killed Perth brothel madam Shirley Finn.
Senator-elect Doug Jones says his victory over Republican Roy Moore in Alabama is a win for national unity.
Queensland health minister Steven Miles has backed the new cabinet as a great team after a powerful union questioned some members' abilities.