SA teachers’ dispute close to a resolution
The long-running dispute between teachers and the South Australian government over pay and conditions is close to a resolution.
Rescuers will attempt to retrieve the bodies left on White Island after a volcanic eruption that has killed at least eight Australians.
A Northern Territory judge will next week rule on whether the murder trial of a Northern Territory police officer should be moved to Darwin.
The Claremont murders trial has heard about Ciara Glennon’s last hours and a woman shouting “let me out of here” on the night Jane Rimmer died in bushland.
The aged care royal commission’s Canberra hearing ends on Friday after hearing from health department officials from four states and territories.
Lawyer X Nicola Gobbo won’t give a written statement to the inquiry into her informing and her lawyers say there are sensitive issues over her evidence.
A driver has described eyeballing the Bourke Street killer in the lead-up to his Melbourne CBD rampage.
Labor says the government has failed its own one-year deadline to present draft legislation for a federal ICAC.
More foster parents and carers are adopting the children in their care, with adoptions by known carers rising by 300 per cent over the past decade.
An interim 2030 target for net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in NSW will be revealed by the state government next year.
Ciara Glennon’s parents weren’t overly worried when she hadn’t come home from a night out but their fears mounted when they learnt she went to Claremont.
The community of 19-year-old indigenous man Kumanjayi Walker are opposed to a plan to shift the trial of a police officer charged with his murder.
Queensland’s debt estimates have risen but treasurer Jackie Trad believes her government’s new fund will protect the state’s economic future
Politicians should be banned from approving their own expenses, says Victoria’s Ombudsman after an investigation cleared 40 Liberals and a National of fraud.
Benalla Police and SES are currently searching the Lake Benalla shoreline with an area from the Art Gallery around to the showgrounds taped off. We are waiting on Victoria Police to contact us with more information which we will share with you as...
UPDATE, 2.50PM: Thirty-two vehicles are now responding to the fire which is still burning out of control.
POLICE have confirmed there are so suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a Cohuna woman.