Cardinal George Pell has declared he will fight to clear his name after being charged with multiple historical sexual assault offences.
A massive security presence is expected as President Xi Jinping arrives in Hong Kong on to celebrate its 20th anniversary of Chinese rule.
There are similarities between internal warfare within the Greens and the Liberal Party, which could influence the result of the next federal election.
The WA government wants the GST carve-up to be done on a per capita basis and has also made 11 other proposals to the Productivity Commission.
An SA man has been jailed for 20 years for the murder of his partner after a heated row between the pair.
A controversial school lesson which aims to teach children about the Stolen Generation has received backlash after some parents called it "emotional abuse".
Former Queensland premier Campbell Newman says Malcolm Turnbull must resign for the good of the Liberal Party and the Coalition government.
ANZ bank says the South Australian Labor government's bank levy effectively penalises shareholders and customers outside the state.
ANZ boss Shayne Elliott does not agree with a former Reserve Bank board member that there could be rapid interest rate rises over the next two years.
Cardinal George Pell has been charged with multiple counts of historical sex offences, Victoria Police say.
The state government has described Queensland Rail's peak hour power outage as "not good enough" for commuters.
Greens leader Richard Di Natale insists partyroom action against colleague Lee Rhiannon does not represent a penalty or an expulsion.
A regional Victorian trolley collection company is facing it's third legal action for failing to pay compensation to unfairly dismissed workers.
A man has been arrested over the alleged murder of Sydney crime figure Hamad Assaad, eight months after the execution-style shooting.
Corrupt former Labor minister Gordon Nuttall will keep more than $1 million of his superannuation, leading to calls for a change to criminal proceeds laws.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has defended the Liberal Party's broad church, assuring dissatisfied voters the coalition needs them at the next election.
Michelle Payne says she is embarrassed after pleading guilty to taking a banned appetite suppressant and regrets her mistake.