Nats senator wants big stick to help dairy
Nationals senator Susan McDonald believes “big stick” powers to help dairy farmers could hold the key to saving the ailing industry.
Victorian criminals claiming a miscarriage of justice will have their cases considered by courts, not politicians, under proposed reforms.
Serial backpacker killer Ivan Milat, who is being treated for oesophagus and stomach cancer, could soon be transferred to intensive care at a Sydney hospital.
A 55-year-old Adelaide woman who went missing from a campsite at the weekend has been found alive.
Festivals deemed “high risk” would need a safety management plan under reinstated NSW government laws, but pill testing has again been rebuffed.
Labor and the Greens have vowed to continue the push for parliament to declare a climate emergency, after the Morrison government shooed off a vote.
About 70 per cent of Australian carbon emissions emanate from infrastructure construction or use, a sustainable infrastructure peak body has found.
Representatives from unions and industry peak bodies are discussing pay and conditions for the aged care workforce at a royal commission hearing.
Federal politicians may be more satisfied with Australia’s democracy than the general population but many aren’t content with how things work.
The jury in the Brisbane trial of former NRL player Nathan Sologinkin, accused of sexual assault, has retired to consider its verdict.
A police officer who leaked personal details of a domestic abuse survivor to her allegedly violent ex partner has yet to learn if he keeps his job.
Australia’s economic growth predictions have been slashed for 2019 and 2020 as the International Monetary Fund predicts a tougher year for the global economy.
An Anglicare report shows older, younger and disabled workers are competing against five other applicants for every low-skilled vacant job in Australia.
Human Rights Watch is calling on the Australian government to ban the use of chemical restraints to control the behaviour of aged care residents with dementia.
A MALE is being airlifted to hospital after being cut free from his crashed car in Sturt St this evening. He had collided with a parked truck near intersection of Darling and Sturt streets. Emergency services including CFA, ambulance and police...
Seven teenagers have been charged following the theft of $20,000 worth of stock from JB Hi-Fi yesterday
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