Victor Amaya has been found not guilty of both murder and manslaughter after fatally stabbing Perth DJ and event organiser Jaime Fernandez.
Malcolm Turnbull wants unity within his government after he defeated Peter Dutton 48-35 in a leadership ballot, but the truce may not last.
Victorian parliament has been dominated by arguing over Labor's rorts-for-votes scandal, as the opposition unsuccessfully moves a motion of no confidence.
The federal government is trying to exempt the big four banks from its plan to slash corporate tax cuts in a last-ditch bid to pass the package in the Senate.
Labor wants drought-stricken farmers to receive their $12,000 lump sum support payment in one go, pushing for an amendment to changed laws.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull isn't accepting the resignations of his ministers who voted for his challenger in a leadership spill.
St George Illawarra have suffered a blow, with prop Paul Vaughan destined to miss the rest of the NRL season due to a foot injury.
The woman hit and killed by a garbage struck outside her home north west of Sydney has been remembered by colleagues for her dedication to science.
A 28-year-old man, who was previously jailed for manslaughter, will spend at least two years in prison for stabbing his brother in his own home.
An Adelaide man who fatally struck a dog will be sentenced next week after earlier pleading guilty to one count of ill treating an animal.
Carlton midfielder Jed Lamb has been unsuccessful at the AFL tribunal, where he challenged his fine for striking Western Bulldogs star Marcus Bontempelli.
More than one-quarter of WA public servants are still using weak computer passwords such as abcd1234 and Password123 despite years of warnings.
US President Donald Trump says he does not "anticipate much" from low-level trade talks between the US and China this week in Washington.
A NSW police officer has allegedly discovered an image of a forged email purporting to be from him on Salim Mehajer's phone, a court has heard.