Christopher Pyne has issued a rare apology over comments which have publicly exposed the factional divide in the Liberal Party.
Michelle Payne is due to appear before Racing Victoria stewards on Thursday following a positive test to a banned substance.
Treasurer Scott Morrison says some states could face financial penalties should they attempt to limit gas exploration, News Corp has reported.
West Coast ruckman Nic Naitanui says he'd love to see the AFL increase its presence in the South Pacific, especially if it meant playing a game in Fiji.
So far two Australian companies have been affected by the latest global cyber attack.
Former prime minister Tony Abbott warns Australia might need a plan B for its acquisition of a new fleet of submarines.
The biennial Talisman Sabre military training exercise between Australia and the US is commencing.
A meeting of infectious diseases professionals is calling for a new co-ordinating body to oversee work to slow the spread of antibiotic resistance in Australia.
More than 40 per cent of small businesses expect to plough their corporate tax cut back into their businesses.
A match commander, a former chief constable and four others have been charged with offences relating to the Hillsborough stadium disaster.
Queensland Rail says train services across Brisbane have resumed but delays are still expected because of a major communications issue.
Two joey koalas have been born at Perth Zoo in the past 12 months, including the first in 15 years to help support the threatened species.
A court has refused to grant bail on drug charges to Domenic Perre, the man once charged over the bombing of the National Crime Authority office in Adelaide.
Olympic gold medallists Shannon Parry and Sharni Williams will spearhead Australia's squad in the women's rugby World Cup in Ireland.
Senior US military commander Admiral Harry Harris has warned against what should be shared domains in the South China Sea being closed.
A serial con artist defrauded the NSW government and charities of more than $18,000 by posing as a schoolgirl in foster care, a court has heard.
As Tony Abbott outlines his own vision for energy policy, Malcolm Turnbull has worn his trusty leather jacket to check in on his Snowy Hydro 2.0 expansion.