A 17-year-old youth will appear in the Alice Springs Court today and two others are in custody in relation to an alleged sex attack on two European tourists in the town this week.
Peter Martin COLES and Woolworths are under attack in Alice Springs for banning cheap wine in an attempt to force up the alcohol floor price.
Philip Dorling Newly disclosed documents from former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden have revealed that Australian intelligence efforts against Indonesia do not just target suspected terrorists or key...
Noel Towell Australia's economic output would be greatly improved if indigenous employment rates could be improved, report says.
Nathan Coates The heat is always on for hot air balloon racers - and that's just the way they like it.
Philip Dorling Russia used its embassy in Canberra to intercept Australian intelligence and political communications, targeting the capital's main telecommunications tower, the Defence Department, Australian...
Craig Butt, Lara O'Toole A bushfire season that starts in spring and stretches well into autumn could be new norm.
Former AFL player had a crowbar at a town camp on the edge of Alice Springs where he allegedly assaulted his cousin, a court has heard.
The jury in the assault trial of former Melbourne player Liam Jurrah is set to begin its second day of deliberations in Alice Springs.
Philip Dorling Top-secret US intelligence documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden have revealed details of a key signals intelligence program used by the Australian intelligence community to harvest...
It is a piece of America. At least that's the vibe in the large cafeteria at the top-secret Joint Defence Facility at Pine Gap near Alice Springs.
Philip Dorling Central Australia's Pine Gap spy base played a key role in the United States' controversial drone strikes involving the ''targeted killing'' of al-Qaeda and Taliban chiefs, Fairfax Media can reveal.
Xavier La Canna Former Melbourne player Liam Jurrah will walk from court a free man after a jury found him not guilty of seriously harming his cousin in a brawl last year.
Noel Towell Federal public servants seeking workers compensation payouts face the biggest crackdown in decades.
Robert Upe An Australian scientist is leading a world-first study into the mystery of how and why animals change colour, with the hope of adapting it for human use.
Effie Mann More couples are giving something back on their wedding day.
Tony Wright Hazel Hawke, gone now, was often a saviour when the chips were down for her husband, Bob.
Mark Baker Two young Aboriginal men share a terrible bond: the fate of each has become a shameful landmark.
Tim Young For his latest adventure, travel writer Michael Palin decided to address a 'black hole' in his previous travels and headed to Brazil.
Philip Dorling THE US-Australian joint defence installations were almost certainly Russian nuclear targets during the Cold War.