$5m loan, not levy, to fix Mascot Towers
Mascot Towers owners will pay for the repairs to make their building livable through a minimum $5 million commercial loan instead of a special levy.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged institutions holding out on joining the national redress scheme for child sex abuse survivors to “do the decent thing”.
People convicted of some serious crimes may soon struggle to get access to secure areas of the nation’s airports and seaports under a federal government plan.
Rising power bills will be central to political debate on Wednesday as the government’s proposal to intervene in the sector returns to the lower house.
Queensland police are hunting for an injured man seen walking in the area of the double murder of a bikie and a man found dead after a mysterious car crash.
Federal Labor is set to question education officials about why they haven’t spent all of the cash at their disposal for TAFE and training.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called Justin Trudeau an “effective campaigner” while congratulating him on his election win.
The head of the ABC says the broadcaster will need to shed some staff to cope with a reduction in funding.
Victorians might not know they have significant fines to pay, as the state prepares to miss out on $328 million in revenue due to a failing IT system.
NSW’s Law Enforcement Conduct Commission is probing a complaint by a 16-year-old girl who said she was left humiliated after a strip-search at a music festival.
Deputy Premier John Barilaro says the NSW government is acting to prevent related overseas greenhouse gas emissions impacting local mining projects.
The eSafety commissioner says one in seven Australians have experienced online hate speech, with higher rates for indigenous Australians and women.
Australian Livestock Export Corporation chairman Terry Enright says research shows dehumidifiers aren’t a practical solution for live sheep voyages.
Parliament has paused to mark one year since child abuse survivors received a national apology, with the prime minister saying it should be “ongoing”.
A MALE is being airlifted to hospital after being cut free from his crashed car in Sturt St this evening. He had collided with a parked truck near intersection of Darling and Sturt streets. Emergency services including CFA, ambulance and police...
Seven teenagers have been charged following the theft of $20,000 worth of stock from JB Hi-Fi yesterday
A Rumbalara under-17 player has been handed an 18-match suspension after pleading guilty to two charges of intentionally striking another player. The incidents happened in last month’s Murray Football League grand final against Cobram at Finley...