A car was incinerated and four people dead after a fiery smash in a Perth suburb.
Police are speaking to a man about the suspected murder of a woman in Western Australia.
The seconde earthquake in the region in three days, has occurred off Queensland's coast.
Australia will not sign up to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal in the current round of talks, but the government says it is still possible.
Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson says Australia needs to prove it is better than it is showing itself to be over the treatment of AFL star Adam Goodes.
A male detainee at the Yongah Hill immigration detention centre has been found dead.
Debris found on Reunion Island is the first positive sign that could yield clues about Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says.
Former Olympic swimmer Susie O'Neill has revealed she used sleeping tablets at the 2000 Olympics.
A girl who went missing from her home in central Queensland has been found at a shopping centre by an off duty police officer.
More beaches in northern NSW have closed after a surfer was attacked by a great white shark on Friday.
More than 100 firefighters are positioned near 40 Wentworth Fall homes that are threatened by a bushfire in the NSW Blue Mountains.
Reece Harding has been laid to rest at a Gold Coast service that remembered the 23-year-old as a loving, compassionate adventurer.
There are calls for a royal commission into police corruption in Victoria after the coroner issued an open finding in a 2004 double murder.
The Victorian government has selected a new small business minister to replace Adem Somyurek who resigned over a damaging bullying controversy.
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