A senior One Nation figure touted as a future leader of the party in its Queensland heartland is being investigated by police over assault allegations.
An Australian woman says Goran Markovic ripped her off, pretending he was an undercover agent.
A suicide bomber killed at least 50 Yemeni soldiers and wounded at least 70 others at a base in the city of Aden, a local security official said, in another major attack on forces allied to a Saudi-led military campaign.
Restaurant critic AA Gill has died three weeks after revealing he had been diagnosed with cancer.
President-elect Donald Trump said on Saturday he won't spend any time working on the new version of the TV reality show he starred in before seeking office, although he will be paid and credited as an executive producer.
Indonesian counter-terrorism forces on Saturday arrested three people near Jakarta, suspected of planning a bomb attack on the presidential palace, a police spokesman said.
The French government will extend until July 15 the emergency anti-terrorism measures due to expire at the end of January, as threats persist and may intensify in the run-up to next year's presidential election, Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said after a special cabinet meeting.
A man has died and another is injured after two cars collided in Werribee on Saturday night.
GDP might well be the least bad of all the flawed ways in which we can measure the health of our economy. But it's far from perfect, especially if you're aiming to capture the impact of the economy on people.
From a financial perspective, working into your 70s or 80s can be a great idea. It's also completely unrealistic for many workers.
A national shortage of three first line antibiotics is forcing hospitals to stockpile, ration and use back-up treatments that expose patients battling serious infection to more toxic drugs, and embolden superbugs.
Just before Curtis Dyt turned five, he started to change.
Chapel Street's Christmas Parade has replaced santa with a drag queen in a bid to up the fun quotient.
Best of public land in leafy Ashburton for private apartments not public housing
More than 120 trees are set to be removed from Northbourne Avenue from Monday.
The charity regulator first flagged the risk of terrorism financing early in 2015.
A jobs creation plan designed to make NSW the "engine room of the nation's economy" blew out by $130 million after the chief commissioner relaxed entry to the scheme.
Police records are unclear, repetitive and could be misinterpretations could be influencing decisions, court officials say.
Canberra's aged-care sector is set for a boost, with a new $24 million retirement village earmarked for construction.
An army of volunteers helped to put together Christmas hampers for those spending time away from families who are behind bars this festive season.
The company's total income doubled between 2013-14 and 2014-15, but that doesn't tell the whole story.
Four people have been killed, 25 are injured and at least 20 buildings have been demolished after a cargo train derailed and exploded in northeastern Bulgaria.
They've been through unquestionably dark times, but a new group is allowing domestic violence survivors to turn that darkness into light. Since June, the Resound Voices of Experience group - whose members have lived through domestic violence - have used their insights to help inform law makers and government departments.
A Brisbane researcher has taken inspiration from flies to try and improve the efficiency of solar panels.
ACT Police have found a man who went missing from Calvary Hospital after receiving medical treatment while under police custody.
The search for a body in Melbourne's outer south-east is believed to be linked to the missing Frankston woman Karen Rae who hasn't been seen since April 15.
James Newbury always knew the preselection stoush for the Liberal seat of Brighton was going to be tough, but he wasn't expecting it to get quite as nasty as it did as the contest intensified.
There are few things that shape your world view like watching someone you love die in pain. For Daniel Andrews, the turning point came in the lead up to April 24 this year: the unforgettable Sunday when his father, Bob, drew his last breath after a lengthy and agonising battle with cancer.
A 34-year-old Port Melbourne man has had his car impounded after he was caught driving allegedly almost 60km/h over the limit with a one-year-old child in the back of the car on Saturday morning.
Taxpayers are being charged millions of dollars to fund think tanks closely aligned to the major political parties.
A Sydney multimillionare has won the rights to host the world's premiere polo tournament, but has not yet obtained council approval to hold the competition on his land.
"Would you rather be a flying unicorn or invisible?"
She is three months old now, living in a brand new double-storey house in a quiet street in a southern Melbourne suburb with her biological father.
Notorious scammer willing to be chemically castrated in return for prison release.
Aboriginal leaders marched across Sydney's Central Business District on Saturday supported by over one thousand people to mark International Human Rights Day.
A search is underway for a man believed to have been swept off rocks in Malabar, in Sydney's east.
A Sydney father unwittingly became a major organised crime suspect after a police officer created a false intelligence report in his name.
The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is seeking to ramp up revenue opportunities from some of Sydney's most stunning natural beauty spots.
The Turnbull government has picked a fight with one of the country's most feared and powerful lobby groups.
An Auckland woman, who worked for Contiki, was killed and two other New Zealanders are seriously injured.
From couch potato to world record holder.
Two teenage girls and a man injured after driver loses control at Fairfield
A woman has been left fighting for life and two other people were seriously injured after a driver lost control in Fairfield on Saturday.
"I was shocked. How could it happen? I thought Matthew was safe in the facility."
Thevanard Island, off the coat of Onslow, has been left counting the cost of an overnight forklift rampage.
A diver has been hit by a boat off Rottnest Island.
Perth police have launched an investigation into the the circumstances of the death of man whose body was found on a suburban driveway on Saturday morning.
People living in Newman have been told a deliberately lit bushfire is burning towards the town.
A bend in the river is Eloise Francis' happy place.
A young boy has been rescued from a near drowning incident in a backyard pool in Castle Hill.
A toddler has been taken to hospital, after she was hit by a car at Regents Park.