The NSW premier has introduced legislation to strip corrupt politicians of their tax-payer funded pensions, targeting Eddie Obeid and Ian Macdonald.
Sean Connery, Daniel Craig and Pierce Brosnan have joined the tributes to their James Bond predecessor Roger Moore who died after a battle with cancer aged 89.
Attorney-General George Brandis says the federal government will carefully consider the NSW coroner's recommendations arising from the Lindt Cafe siege inquest.
Three more men have been arrested in Manchester as part of the investigation into the suicide bombing at a concert which killed 22 people, including children.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has quizzed federal government officials about whether cows are still alive when they're killed under halal certification.
The UK interior minister says it's likely the Manchester bomber didn't act alone, adding it was "irritating" details about the case have been leaked by the US.
Former Rio Tinto chief executive Sam Walsh says controversial coal miner Adani does not need any finance from any Australian bank.
One Nation staffer Sean Black has been granted bail after facing Brisbane Magistrates Court on assault charges.
The NSW Premier has given "an absolute commitment" to review each recommendation handed down in a coronial inquiry into the 2014 Lindt Cafe siege.
Construction work fell by a worse-than-expected 0.7 per cent in the March quarter, with weaker residential activity a main factor.
Former Fremantle AFL player Shane Yarran is in custody over an incident overnight in which he was arrested after being caught by a police dog.
Former NSW top cop Andrew Scipione did become involved in operations during the Lindt Cafe siege despite insisting he played no such role, a coroner has found.
Hollywood comic actress Rebel Wilson has cried several times while telling a Melbourne court how a series of gossip magazine stories ruined her career.
The NSW coroner has found mistakes were made in the handling of Man Haron Monis' bail matters prior to the Lindt Cafe siege.
Communications Minister Mitch Fifield says a Quadrant article claiming the Manchester bombing should have been carried out at the ABC is a new low.
A man has been charged with arson and property damage in relation to a car explosion outside the office of the Australian Christian Lobby.
A clear majority of Tasmania's lower house has voted against a bill which proposed legalising voluntary euthanasia.