The federal agriculture minister has savaged Coles and Aldi for retaining their cut-price milk lines and urged customers to boycott them.
A bushfire burning in northern NSW has flared up, with residents told to be on alert in case it comes their way.
A former Sydney police officer who accessed intimate photos on the phone of a woman he'd arrested and shared them on social media has been spared jail time.
An unexploded World War II bomb that caused the evacuation of thousands of people in the German city of Nuremberg has been safely detonated.
The ACT government will allow pill testing at this year's Groovin' the Moo music festival in Canberra.
The hole left in North Queensland's squad following Ben Barba's sacking has been filled by New Zealand international Jordan Kahu.
North Queensland residents are on "crocwatch" as wildlife officers try and recapture reptiles displaced by catastrophic floods to return them to the Ross River.
Calls for a national database to keep tabs on aged care workers has merit and is being considered by the federal government, the aged care royal commission has heard.
Despite government projections that Australia will miss its 2030 emissions reduction target by 19 per cent, bureaucrats are confident the Paris agreement can be met.
A South Australian woman found to be a member of the Islamic State terror group has been granted permission to contest her conviction.