A power provider has been taken to task by the Victorian energy minister for its delayed rollout of prolonged outage payments.
Port Adelaide assistant coach Josh Carr expects Brownlow medallist Ollie Wines to recapture top form after being hampered by injury last year.
The New Zealand police minister hasn't accepted an apology from a Labour MP who said he was "paid to kill people" as private security contractor in Iraq.
World No.2 Carlos Alcaraz has limped out of the Rio Open with an injured right ankle, while three-time major winner Stan Wawrinka has been eliminated.
Melbourne captain Max Gawn says he's comfortable with Clayton Oliver playing in their AFL season opener against Sydney, or sitting out the game.
A woman is set to appear in court months after a house fire killed a father and his five boys on Russell Island near Brisbane, devastating the local community.
Two Sydney men have been charged with drug possession after allegedly attempting to distribute 800kg of methamphetamine on behalf of a global syndicate.
Australian Rugby League Commission boss Peter V'landys says the NRL's net assets have risen above $260 million, rebounding after COVID-19 almost broke the game.
Criminalising weed and stigmatising those who use it to manage pain was clogging up Australia's legal system and stopping people seeking help, an inquiry heard.
The Brumbies are expecting the Rebels, with their future uncertain beyond 2024, to come out firing in the opening Super Rugby Pacific derby of the season.
Australia's busiest airport is set for reforms to boost competition and give travellers a better chance of reaching their destination as scheduled.
Before former NSW deputy premier Paul Toole's brother is sentenced for large-scale drug supply, a court has heard how Joshua Toole battled addiction.
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Semi-finalists for the past two years, the ACT Brumbies again loom as Australia's best hope for ending a 10-year trans-Tasman title drought in Super Rugby.
AFL boss Andrew Dillon insists he does not deal in "hypotheticals" when probed if he would renegotiate a stadium deal with a different Tasmanian government.
Jailed writer Yang Hengjun has made the "difficult" decision not to appeal his suspended death sentence out of fear it will impede needed medical treatment.
Melbourne captain Max Gawn says the latest anti-doping charges against teammate Joel Smith are shocking, but he has backed the AFL club's broader culture.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has strategised with Julian Assange's legal team to help secure the WikiLeaks founder's release as he appeals extradition.
Tests are coming back negative for asbestos in Sydney but the contaminated mulch issue has spread to Canberra as authorities trace sales and test samples.
First-term Greens MP Efeso Collins has died after a charity event on Auckland's waterfront.