Bronwyn Bishop has repaid nearly $14,000 in expenses since being busted for "Choppergate" including trips for colleagues' weddings.
Three men have been arrested in Indonesia over a foiled plot to smuggle people into Darwin by boat, apparently undeterred by Australia's tough stance.
Brexit negotiations must be transparent and honest but the UK must be left worse off when it leaves the European Union, the EU's presidency says.
One of Victoria's most wanted fugitives, Graham Gene Potter, has been spotted in NSW, police say.
An investment group with high profile businessman Gary Weiss on its board has amassed a 5.73 per cent stake in Dreamworld owner Ardent Leisure.
Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten will head to north Queensland on Thursday to inspect the damage from Cyclone Debbie.
Disgraced Wests Tigers player Tim Simona has been charged with fraud and will face court next month.
Corryn Rayney's sister and brother-in-law have told Lloyd Rayney's defamation trial they believe the barrister was involved in his wife's death.
A power station Alinta Energy offered to keep open for another three years for a $24 million subsidy was not the answer to SA's power issues, the premier says.
Adam Bandt is not backing away from saying ahead of Cyclone Debbie the prime minister would have blood on his hands if new coal-fired power stations were built.
Smurfette, voiced by Demi Lovato in the new Smurfs movie, wonders why everyone else in her village has a name that indicates their place and she does not.
Labor's foreign affairs spokeswoman Penny Wong says Australia needs to find points of mutual interest with China, instead of "reflexive negativity".
Australians are being urged to book a north Queensland holiday to help communities rebuild in the wake of Cyclone Debbie.
Army planes are heading to Townsville as the recovery effort following Cyclone Debbie ramps up, while minimal delays are affecting international flights.
Towns ravaged by Cyclone Debbie, now a tropical low, have been cut off by flooding and forecasters warn the rain is unlikely to let up anytime soon.
A guard of honour and march out ceremony will be held in Sydney's southwest on Friday to farewell NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione.
Authorities are monitoring water levels in rivers flowing through cyclone-hit north Queensland communities, with ex-cyclone Debbie still dumping heavy rain.