A man has been charged over the alleged murder of a woman after her body was found in Melbourne's Chinatown.
Right-wing political parties have nabbed the top three spots on Queensland's Senate ballot paper.
The former girlfriend of a Brisbane man accused of killing his housemate in a dispute about rent says he complained while they were in bed about the alleged victim owing rent.
Pauline Hanson's chances of getting two of her One Nation colleagues over the line in the Senate have lifted with lucky ballot paper draws in Queensland and Western Australia.
Someone "undoubtedly" knows more about what happened to William Tyrrell, an inquest into his disappearance and suspected death has been told.
A Tasmanian pedestrian who died after a hit-run crash on New Year's Day may have been hit by a truck, police believe as they continue to search for a driver.
Guide dog handlers say they are suffering discrimination when denied access to businesses and public places because of their canine.
Outgoing Penrith general manager Phil Gould says it was his decision to step down and backed coach Ivan Cleary as the future of the NRL club.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is urging people not to "dumb down" the national jobs debate after bristling at yet another day of questions over his stance on the Adani coal mine.
New research shows Labor remains on track to win the federal election as the coalition tries to defuse concerns about a controversial $80 million water buyback.