Veteran radio announcer Alan Jones has provided a reference for Ian Macdonald's misconduct sentence hearing.
Vietnam has recently been revealed to be the world's third-most prolific executioner but death row remains a place full of secrets.
The ACCC has finalised rules around non-NBN high-speed internet providers, setting their prices to move in line with the National Broadband Network.
Vincent O'Dempsey has been found guilty of the 1974 murders of Brisbane woman Barbara McCulkin and her two daughters Vicki, 13, and Leanne, 11.
Lawyers investigating whether Dick Smith electronics misled shareholders about its finances say they are close to launching class action.
Labor has called on the federal government to establish a royal commission into the abuse of people with a disability.
Pauline Hanson has been told by Australia's most senior intelligence official there is no link between refugees and terrorism.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk refuses to give away details of a new deal on Adani's Carmichael coal mine.
The parents of a two-year-old girl who died after being left untreated for serious burns, claim she suffered the injuries in a hot bath.
The CFA's chief officer says opposition MPs and the firefighters' union should stop fighting over the future of the Victorian fire service.
David Hanna, the former Queensland president of the CFMEU, has been fined for a heated argument and threats of violence while breaching worksite entry laws.
Surfstitch shares have been suspended until at least the end of August after the online sports retailer was hit by a $100 million shareholder class action.
A US appeals court has upheld a lower court's ruling blocking Trump's executive order which bans travellers from six Muslim-majority countries.
A woman and her son have been found dead at a home in Adelaide after police were asked to make a welfare check.
Malcolm Turnbull says the "barbaric" caning of gay men in Indonesia's province of Aceh is not a reflection of the entire country.
Only her young age saved convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby from the death penalty, according to a News Corp report.
Former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos has been injured in an explosion in a car in Athens after opening a booby-trapped envelope.