Shorten in Darwin for Anzac Day service
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will attend a dawn service in Darwin on Anzac Day, as he and the prime minister agree to pause their election campaigns.
Scott Morrison won’t be campaigning on Anzac Day but the prime minister will attend events in Townsville, within the nation’s most marginal seat.
NSW Police are investigating a threat made at Manly Wharf which forced the shutdown of peak-hour ferries.
Bill Shorten has attended a prayer service in Darwin for victims and survivors of the Easter Sunday suicide bombings in Sri Lanka.
The NSW government is challenging a decision by the State Parole Authority to grant parole to triple-murderer Berwyn Rees.
South Australian Governor Hieu Van Le met with local Sri Lankan group members to express sympathy and unity after the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks.
A search is underway for a 37-year-old man who wandered away from Queensland’s Rabbits Eat Lettuce dance festival, where two people died this week.
The Liberal-National coalition has placed fourth on the Senate ballot paper for NSW ahead of Labor in the 10th position, with Rise Up Australia drawing first.
Entitlements for former Queensland Nickel workers will be transferred to a trust account so payments can be made, Clive Palmer says.
A 46-year-old man will stand trial accused of murdering Perth mother Rebecca Anne Delalande in November 2001.
What leaders Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten and their teams were up to on Day 14 of the federal election campaign.
The Australian Electoral Commission has conducted a random draw to decide the ballot paper order of candidates for the federal election.
The trial for the accused Claremont serial killer could be pushed back due to new evidence requiring analysis.
Shahab Ahmed fatally stabbed his wife 14 times but his barrister has told a Sydney court Ahmed is “not a violent man”.
Shepparton Highway Patrol officers nabbed a driver allegedly travelling at 191km/h in Shepparton about 11.50pm last night. The 20-year-old probationary driver was detected in an 80km/h zone on Goulburn Valley Highway. The Shepparton man had his...
A number of vehicles were stolen from a car dealership in Shepparton on Saturday morning.
Local government, indigenous, farming and community groups have slammed Prime Minister Scott Morrison for declining an invitation to meet a local delegation about the water crisis, accusing him of handballing the problem.