A mechanic who allegedly provided the gun used to kill Gold Coast businessman Philip Carlyle 20 years ago has been granted bail.
The CEO of Warrnambool's TAFE has told an anti-corruption hearing how he contacted authorities after becoming aware of discrepancies in student enrolment forms.
The future of NSW senator Lee Rhiannon will again be discussed at a Greens party room meeting.
Qantas says a computer glitch that has hit its computer booking system is unrelated to the latest cyber attack sweeping companies around the world.
Three people have been killed in a light plane crash near Mt Gambier in South Australia.
Half a tonne of drugs and more than a million dollars in cash and firearms have been seized in raids at 26 addresses across NSW and the ACT.
South Australia is set to have the world's highest power prices, an energy consultant says.
Nine Entertainment Co and Southern Cross Austereo say they will save millions of dollars after the federal government cut broadcasting licence fees.
A light plane that smashed into the ocean off the Victorian coast, killing all four on board, hit low visibility before the crash.
The Australian defence industry is concerned about changes to the government's skilled worker visa program preventing it from importing key overseas talent.
Liberal MPs have told Queensland MP George Christensen they would cross the floor to support a bill to allow same-sex marriage.
Queensland police believe more victims have been scammed by two Latvian nationals accused of using fake shopping websites to defraud customers.
The White House says intelligence shows preparations are underway for a chemical weapons attack in Syria and has warned the country's leadership against it.
The Queensland government has won a court action seeking access to part of disgraced ex-minister Gordon Nuttall's pension package.
Family and colleagues are devastated by the death of a Melbourne cardiothoracic surgeon, four weeks after he was punched at the hospital where he worked.
A global cyber attack has again hit computer systems spanning Australia, Britain, Russia, Ukraine and the US.
Chocolate production at Cadbury's factory in Hobart has been stopped by the latest global cyber attack.