Up to 50 Australians with mental illness or concerning behaviour are being assessed for a new police unit targeting would-be lone wolf extremists before they commit a terrorist act.
Cameron Atfield An electorate officer for federal LNP MP Stuart Robert has contradicted her boss in a hearing into whether disclosure law was broken during local government elections in Queensland in 2016.
Louise Hall Before sentencing three brothers, the judge seeks more information on the conditions in which the men will be kept.
Rachel Olding Senior Islamic State recruiter Mohammed Ali Baryalei begged a Sydney man to send thousands of dollars to him in Syria.
Louise Hall The alleged incidents are the controversial former Auburn deputy mayor's latest brush with the law.
Fergus Hunter The lobby group representing property developers has unveiled a "ten point plan" to boost housing affordability in Australia's major cities, urging deregulation in the construction industry, low-deposit home loans and incentives for older home owners to downsize.
Josephine Tovey, Bianca Hall The leaders will meet to commemorate the anniversary of Battle of the Coral Sea
Tom McIlroy Debt collection agency denied visiting the home of a man who killed himself while receiving demands to repay money.
Nick McKenzie, Michael Bachelard The aged-care watchdog has called for greater transparency from nursing home providers about complaints and disputes.
Michael Koziol, political reporter Andrew Laming says a new verse should reflect Australians' larrikinism, resilience and sense of reward for effort.
Three show rings will be operating on Friday and Saturday where the district’s top horses and riders will ...