Commonwealth Games visitors have been assured their Facebook data will not be mined if they use free public Wi-Fi provided by the Gold Coast council.
A woman charged over the double murder of siblings had a short relationship with the boyfriend of her alleged female victim, a court has heard.
An inquest into the death of a Queensland man found with head injuries on a Gold Coast highway is bringing much-needed answers, his family believes.
Australians at high risk of HIV will have cheap access to a drug that's 99 per cent effective in preventing the transmission of HIV among gay and bisexual men.
Authorities say the latest explosion to hit Austin was caused by an "incendiary device" and is not related to a series of bombings in the Texas capital.
A Melbourne man jailed over a fatal one-punch attack has had his bid to appeal over an eight-year sentence dismissed.
A Canadian woman says her 'sugar daddy' asked her to be a decoy in a bid to bring $21 million of cocaine into Australia, after she said no to carrying them.
The banking royal commission has heard that more than $200 million in remediation to customers was paid by ANZ in the past decade over a variety of issues.
The Queensland government has urged a court to order disgraced greyhound trainer Tom Noble's property be seized.
South Australian Premier Steven Marshall has moved quickly to sack four department chief executives, just days after his Liberal government's election
Queensland's racing minister has praised Racing Queensland's outgoing CEO hours after he slammed the company over delays at Brisbane's Eagle Farm racecourse.
Australia's welfare system is set for a major overhaul after legislation cleared the Senate, handing the federal government a major win.
As the one-year anniversary of Tropical Cyclone Debbie approaches, residents in North Queensland are still cleaning up the mess.
A Canberra businessman has appeared in court over allegations he attempted to import about $500 million worth of cocaine in Sydney.
A NSW judge has blasted lawyers in a damages lawsuit brought by a former rugby league player over a 2012 shoulder charge
Home Affairs Secretary Michael Pezzullo has urged Australian Border Force staff not to judge Roman Quaedvlieg over the incident which led to his sacking.
The federal government will cut the total number of 'green' conservation areas under new plans to regulate Australia's marine parks.