PM contender Dutton starts media blitz
Liberal leadership contender Peter Dutton has kicked off a media campaign to reach out to Australians on the topics of energy and fuel prices.
Deputy Liberal leader Julie Bishop has rejected reports she would quit parliament to deny the government a majority if Peter Dutton becomes prime minister.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has seen off a leadership challenge but he could soon face another as several of his ministers offered to resign.
The federal government is refusing to give up on its corporate tax cuts, despite a carve-out for the big banks failing to win enough crossbenchers over.
A committal hearing for a woman accused of murdering a Brisbane brother and sister 14 years ago will continue.
Livestock exporter Emanuel Exports has had its licence cancelled after it was suspended in June following revelations of thousands of animal deaths.
A man has pleaded not guilty to the attempted murder of a former Big Brother contestant in a Gold Coast car park.
A court has heard a metal paperweight may have been used to bludgeon a Perth woman to death before she was stuffed in a suitcase and thrown in the Swan River.
What we learned, heard and were amused by in Question Time on Tuesday.
Malcolm Turnbull has seen off Labor’s push for a no confidence motion, after winning a leadership ballot earlier in the day.
A 28-year-old Sydney man has been spared jail time after he made replica guns with a 3D printer and advertised one of them for sale for $1 million on Facebook.
The federal government is rethinking the axing of a payment aimed at helping those receiving pensions and allowances with their power bills.
A fourth person has been charged over the death of Larissa Beilby, whose body was found in a barrel in the back of a ute earlier this year.
A tow-truck driver accused of being an accessory after the murder of former bikie boss Mick Hawi has been granted bail by a Sydney magistrate.
ANOTHER one bites the dust. Wistaria Cafe has closed its doors after 17 years after negotiations with the Campaspe Shire could not reach a lease agreement. And tenant Eric Grumont had simply had enough. ‘‘We have just had a gutful,’’ he told...
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The Australian Taxation Office raided a Shepparton business yesterday as part of a co-ordinated strike across Victoria. Two hundred and fifty ATO officers raided 11 business and residential sites across Melbourne and Shepparton, targeting tax...