South Australian police have begun a search for a boat in waters south of Adelaide - the same boat that they searched for earlier this month.
Victoria Police have arrested a man who allegedly stole a police car before barricading himself inside a Geelong property.
Federal Health Department secretary Brendan Murphy has told a royal commission the aged care sector is under financial pressure and needs a funding redesign.
A Perth man who allegedly threatened police with a knife before being shot by two officers is in a stable condition in hospital after undergoing surgery.
Concern that a lawyer may have been exposed to the coronavirus has prompted the postponement of Julian Assange's extradition trial in London.
Two men who went missing off the South Australian coast, sparking a massive four-day search, have been found alive hours after the search was abandoned.
Tim Dornin and Michael Ramsey
An academic has told Julian Assange's extradition hearing the WikiLeaks founder was in the "crosshairs" of the Trump administration.
Henry Vaughan and Emily Pennink
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been warned that if he continues to speak from the dock his extradition hearing will continue without him.
Emily Pennink and Henry Vaughan
The offices of a care provider who managed the welfare of disabled woman Ann Marie Smith have been raided by South Australia Police.
A Sydney father may have had outside help to find where his estranged children lived before the domestic violence abuser murdered them, an inquest has heard.
Julian Assange supporters have gathered outside London's Old Bailey where the WikiLeaks founder is continuing his fight against extradition to the US.
Emily Pennink, Henry Vaughan and Taz Ali
An independent inquiry into aspects of the care provided to SA woman Ann Marie Smith has cleared the NDIS of any significant failings.
An Australian woman who has been working as a high-profile business television presenter in China has been detained in Beijing.
A prisoner has been charged with malicious wounding after allegedly stabbing a female prison guard in the back with scissors.
Tiffanie Turnbull and Maureen Dettre
The royal commission has heard home care for Australia's elderly should be prioritised ahead of residential care.
Nearly 100 per cent of WA drivers have seen othermotorists using their phones behind the wheel, an alarming new survey has found.
Two people have died and another has been injured after gunfire broke out in Kenosha, Wisconsin, during unrest following the police shooting of a black man.
A $1 million reward has been offered in the latest bid by Victoria Police to solve the fatal shooting of teenager Thomas Cooper 40 years ago.
A man who helped his brother carry out a deadly suicide bombing after a concert in Manchester three years ago has been jailed for at least 55 years.
A crowdfund appeal has been launched for Julian Assange's fight against the US government's bid to extradite him.
V/Line chief executive James Pinder has been suspended after the Victorian government learned he was subject to a probe from the anti-corruption watchdog.
A new law to make wheel clamping illegal is a step closer after passing WA Parliament's Lower House.
Caitlyn Rintoul and Jenna Clarke
An alleged violent offender who escaped from custody by claiming a false identity, is facing a further charge.
A report into the City of Perth has highlighted significant issues and identified a number of matters concerning suspected criminal behaviour.
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