A man allegedly known as "Mr Ice" to Kings Cross drug users in Sydney has been arrested and charged with drug offences.
Commissioner Walter Sofronoff will hand down his report and recommendations stemming from this year's inquiry into the deadly 2011 Grantham floods.
Volkswagen customers can check online or by phoning the company whether their cars are among more than 77,000 affected in Australia.
Police have questioned and released two men picked up in pre-dawn raids following the fatal shooting of a NSW police accountant.
Fire crews have a big task ahead to build containment lines around a 4000-hectare bushfire near Lancefield in central Victoria.
Inspectors have expressed concerns about restraint methods used on troubled young people at a Townsville youth detention centre.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten says a Labor government would transform infrastructure funding to attract more private sector investment.
The Victorian government will review how a controlled burn got away from firefighters and destroyed two homes. The home owners may be eligible for compensation...
Today's arrests in Sydney follow a string of raids across Australia targeting terror suspects. Multicultural groups say they have greatly affected the Muslim...
A bouncer had to have part of his skull removed after he was knocked to the ground in a one-punch attack outside the Sydney nightclub where he worked.
A civil engineer from the University of Newcastle has been named NSW Scientist of the Year for his research into transport and energy infrastructure.
A new survey suggests the education system is failing to provide the skills to run or create a new business.
Angry residents near a raging Victorian bushfire have been warned there could be more property losses from a controlled burn that got out of control.
Once-great jockey Danny Nikolic has been allowed to return to Victorian racecourses but his rider's licence application has been denied.
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A Yazidi-Iraqi woman and her husband are risking their lives to save women and girls being kept as prisoners by the so-called Islamic State.
The High Court has ruled that the breast cancer gene BRCA1 cannot be patented, after a cancer survivor refused to ditch her battle.
Negotiations in Hawaii could see consensus for the countries negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement.
Lifestyle changes such as losing weight could lead to 37,000 fewer cancer cases in Australia every year, says new research
Scientists have found that the area around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor has become a haven for wildlife, according to the results of a new study.
Best-selling Swedish writer Henning Mankell, author of the Kurt Wallander police novels, has died at the age of 67, his publisher said on Monday.
Islamic State is 'way ahead' in the battle for the hearts and minds of Australia's young people, and they know words from community and religious leaders are not...