Rush denies inappropriate behaviour claims
Geoffrey Rush has responded to allegations made in a US publication about his behaviour toward fellow actor Yael Stone while they worked on a stage production.
A NSW coroner has called for changes to development standards after a girl was crushed by a sandstone Anzac memorial.
A South Australian man who has admitted murdering a woman says he became angry after she tapped him on the head with a picture frame.
Nationals leader Michael McCormack has described the resignation of Andrew Broad as his assistant minister as “appropriate”.
An armed robber who went on a crime spree across Melbourne’s east with a sawn-off shotgun has been jailed for 11 years.
The federal government has packaged together $131 million over seven years for its action plan to reduce power prices in Australia.
Two NRL players have pleaded guilty to a charge of wilful and obscene exposure stemming from Canterbury’s Mad Monday celebrations.
Incoming governor-general David Hurley is unsurprised that people have criticised his appointment as a military man but wants Australians to be open-minded.
More money will be provided for older Australians with high care needs who live at home as part of greater government investment in aged care.
Bill Shorten has promised to bring 4000 more refugees to Australia each year and urgently reviewing the level of Newstart in a bid to soothe factional tensions.
Labor is holding firm on its commitment to reviewing Newstart, heading off an internal push to lock in some form of raise if elected.
Chris Dawson has been granted bail after he was charged with murdering his wife, Lynette Dawson, in Sydney in the 1980s.
Loved ones of a bus driver who negligently crashed into a Melbourne bridge and injured six passengers have wept in court as he was jailed.
Former CFMEU boss David Hanna has been found guilty of destroying, concealing or mutilating documents that could have been evidence in a royal commission.
A VERDICT of not guilty to both attempted murder and murder was handed down to the Deniliquin woman who murdered her son in the Murray River last year.
Due to heavy rainfall and resulting flood waters, roads across the region are closed with motorists and residents urged to take care in this treacherous weather. More than 50 mm has fell in the last 24 hours with more rain forecasted. Motorists...
Two Shepparton taxi operators are considering joining what could become the largest civil litigation case in Australian history launched against multi-national transport business Uber.
EMERGENCY services are responding to a boat fire on the Murray River near Torrumbarry. It is believed the boat had not been in the water long before it exploded. No-one was seriously injured but one person is being treated for minor burns, It is not...