The 14-year-old daughter of IS fighter Khaled Sharrouf has reportedly used social media to suggest she doesn't want to return from Syria.
A new poll shows 85 per cent of Australians back recognising indigenous Australians in the constitution.
Barnaby Joyce has told ABC show Q&A he won't be appearing on Monday night's show on the prime minister's advice to frontbenchers.
The Northern Territory Supreme Court is set to rule in euthanasia campaigner Philip Nitschke's bid to overturn his suspension.
Construction work on a major student accommodation complex in central Hobart is due to begin with the demolition of three buildings.
The search continues for 35-year-old Danny Ferguson, identified by SA police and wanted for questioning over a woman's death in Oodnadatta.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says indigenous recognition in the constitution is within reach, and cosmetic tinkering with the preamble will not do.
The Adelaide Crows will name an interim coach on Monday in the wake of the killing of Phil Walsh.
The result of the Greek referendum will steer financial markets early in the week before Australia gets a dose of key economic figures.
Newspoll results show Labor support is up, but this hasn't translated to support for leader Bill Shorten whose satisfaction rating remains at a record low.
The devastated family of late AFL coach Phil Walsh have released a statement following his tragic death.
The federal government will shift to the Torres Strait Islands for a week as the prime minister looks to fulfil a pledge to indigenous communities.
The NT's mandatory alcohol rehab scheme is a 'highly dubious' way to solve public intoxication, say medical experts.

Cloud lifts on Bali flights

Extra flights are being provided to recover 700 people stranded when flights to and from Bali were disrupted by volcanic ash.

Petrol bombs hurled at Vic house

A number of petrol bombs have been hurled at a house in Essendon in Melbourne's northwest.

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