Steve Thomas has been returned to Liberal Leader Libby Mettam’s shadow ministry three days after resigning over his dealings with fallen former Labor premier Brian Burke.
Continued losses in one division and low foot traffic in its stores could force the closure of some Australia Post outlets, its chief executive has warned.
National security legislation designed to crack down on secrets leaking could lead to the unintended consequence of scaring the world's brightest minds away.
The US Senate has approved a bill to avert a partial government shutdown, after another round of political brinksmanship with the Republican-controlled House.
David Morgan and Makini Brice
A key super fund body says taxpayers are on the hook for between $75 billion and $85 billion because of the Morrison government's early super access policy.
Leaders of the states where three in four Australian Muslims live have cancelled annual iftar dinners over community anger about the Gaza conflict.
The head of the Bureau of Meteorology has warned the public against describing natural disasters as one-in-100-year events, saying it was misleading.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says the guessing game over the identity of the former politician recruited by foreign spies should stop.
Brittany Higgins took the '"extraordinary" position of only helping Ten defend a defamation suit if they did not pay Bruce Lehrmann damages, his lawyers say.
The NSW Treasurer delivered a jab to his federal counterpart, criticising the National Housing Accords for not following “through with execution”.
A state’s top cop has laid the blame largely on one thing for surging youth crime and violence as she prepares to step down.
Australia needs to increase support for Ukraine because it will boost international security as well as the local defence industry, a public hearing has heard.
The UN has described a bill which criminalises LGBTQ+ people in Ghana as "profoundly disturbing".
FRANCIS KOKUTSE (Associated Press)
Anthony Albanese and Peter Dutton are both in Melbourne campaigning ahead of a by-election, as the issue of immigration detainees dominates the debate.
A controversial social media post has been condemned by leaders after a former detainee was wrongfully charged with sex crimes.
Former Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney who's died in Montreal at the age of 84, experienced the highs and lows of political popularity.
The peak body for NSW unions has called for the removal of 25,000 poker machines over the next five years to better align numbers with those in other states.
New Zealand Prime Minister Chris Luxon has confirmed he is taking a taxpayer-funded allowance of $52,000 to stay in his own rent-free apartment.
The battle for the Victorian seat of Dunkley is in its final hours as Labor fights to retain its seat in the key Melbourne electorate.
Former US president Donald Trump is seeking a delay in the start of his trial for retaining White House documents, one of four criminal cases against him.
Anthony Albanese has confirmed the death of Victoria senator Linda White, saying Labor’s hearts were “broken” by the news.
Outgoing commissioner Katarina Carroll says policing of youth crime has substantially changed post-COVID-19 as she departs the force after 41 years.
G20 finance ministers have displayed deep divisions over the wars in Gaza and Ukraine, while host Brazil proposed a tax on the world's super rich.
Marcela Ayres and Christian Kraemer
Labor senator for Victoria Linda White has died following a health battle, and has been remembered as a fierce advocate and tireless worker.
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