Clive Palmer fined over traffic crash
Mining magnate Clive Palmer has been fined for failing to give way while driving his Mercedes last year and causing a crash.
Former Labor party national president Warren Mundine is seeking endorsement from the Liberal Party to run at the federal election.
Queensland cane growers plagued by a summer of mysterious power outages may have found the culprits - a colony of fruit bats.
A man has apologised for an aggravated car jacking in Melbourne which left an elderly man on the ground without his hearing aid.
A replica of Captain Cook’s ship Endeavour will sail around Australia as other projects celebrate indigenous culture during a milestone anniversary in 2020.
Rising environmental concern over disposable plastic items has seen “single-use” become the people’s choice for the Macquarie Dictionary word of the year.
Deputy Nationals leader Bridget McKenzie has confirmed she will remain in the Senate until the end of her term in 2022, ruling out a switch to the lower house.
Agriculture Minister David Littleproud says a map of farms created by animal activists could lead to the welfare of some cattle being put at risk.
Labor has pledged $1 billion towards developing Australia’s hydrogen industry, but the coalition government says it’s already developing a national strategy.
A former staffer to Malcolm Turnbull plans to run as an independent against Liberal Tony Abbott in his Sydney seat in this year’s federal election.
Multiple warnings have been issued for uncontrolled bushfires across Tasmania, with residents warned the worst is yet to come as the heatwave continues.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he wants to see more women selected as Liberal candidates ahead of the next election.
Drug treatment experts behind a pill testing trial at a 2018 music festival in the ACT will demonstrate the service and testing equipment to interested NSW MPs.
The sister of murdered international exchange student Aiia Maasarwe has thanked the “good people” of Australia as the family repatriates her body to Israel.
HOLIDAY-MAKERS in Echuca-Moama have been left with a bad taste in their mouth as gastro continues to sweep through caravan and holiday parks along the Murray River.
A search has resumed for former Shepparton mother Felicity Shadbolt, who went missing while bushwalking in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
The principal of Shepparton’s new ‘‘super school’’ has been appointed.