Victims storm out of royal commission hearing, crying “What an insult!”, “What a joke!” and “Good Lord!”
East Timor's government believes it has identified the members of a team of four Australian spies who allegedly bugged its government offices, describing it as "very disturbing" that they apparently used the cover of an aid program.
Australians are ignoring government pleas to work longer and instead are taking early retirement when they hit their 50s, new figures show.
Australia's oldest operating mine, Mount Lyell, suspended operations after two of its maintenance crew died in a mine shaft fall on Monday.
At just 19 years old, Bankstown labourer Abu Bakr is the face of jihadism in Australia, ASIO says.
The government has refused to give the Senate access to the secret text of the trade deal it is negotiating in Singapore.
It was a tale of a bank account with $194 million that evaporated overnight, a mysterious business partner based in Dubai, a racing identity and a secretive punters club left millions out of pocket.
Families with one child in full-time day care are devoting about 9 per cent of their disposable incomes to childcare fees even though the federal government spends more than $5 billion a year subsiding parents.
A tank holding more than a million litres of radioactive slurry burst at the weekend.
Hit-run fugitive Puneet Puneet, captured last week after more than four years on the run, will not fight his extradition to Australia his father says, but Naresh Rawel fears his 'victim' son will not be safe in an Australian prison.
It's every father’s worst nightmare.