A deal that paves the way for US legislation to pass and enable the sale of nuclear-powered submarines to Australia has been welcomed.
A domestic violence helpline will expand its services to text messaging in a bid to ensure victim-survivors are better able to access support and counselling.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson's chief of staff James Ashby will stand for the party in the state seat of Keppel at next year's Queensland election.
Bill Shorten has issued a warning to NDIS providers looking to make a quick profit off the scheme following the handing down of a landmark review.
Australians are making painful adjustments to cost of living pressures and higher interest rates but are overall proving resilient.
Penny Wong will visit the Middle East within weeks, following a bipartisan delegation travelling to Israel.
A pay offer that would have lifted NSW paramedic pay by an average of 19 per cent - putting them nearly on par with interstate colleagues - has been rejected.
The release of documents assessing potential safety risks of the dumped Taipan helicopter fleet were blocked by the Australian Defence Force.
After a difficult end to the parliamentary year, Anthony Albanese will be hoping the summer break will give his government time to refresh going into 2024.
Australia will hike taxes and fees for foreign investors who buy existing houses and leave them empty in a bid to address housing stocks.
Annastacia Palaszczuk is being hailed as a "Labor hero" after calling it a day as Queensland premier, as her deputy throws his hat in the ring for the top job.
Anthony Albanese has led tributes on the floor of parliament to the late Labor MP Peta Murphy, praising her determination and resilience.
Letters will only be delivered every second day with Australia Post revamping its workflow to focus on parcels as Aussies turn to online shopping.
The Commonwealth will be able to apply to strip the citizenship of convicted terrorists if they are dual Australian nationals after new laws passed parliament.
Turning a historic Sydney racetrack into homes for 55,000 people became a compelling opportunity once a $500 million metro station was put on the table.
Australia and Papua New Guinea have signed a new security agreement that will allow for greater police co-operation and discussions if either is attacked.
Once considered world-leading, the effectiveness of the National Disability Insurance Scheme has been questioned as its cost continues to surge.
A parliamentary inquiry has called for continued funding for social housing in a comprehensive report on Australia's rental crisis.
Britain's prime minister is under pressure after the immigration minister quits saying draft law to fix the Rwanda plan won't work.
Frontline workers will soon be given extra protections after Labor struck a deal with the Senate cross bench to pass several industrial relations reforms.
Papua New Guinea's minister of state Justin Tkatchenko says Australian police officers 'can help us out considerably' under a new security deal.
Serious offenders recently released from immigration detention are now subject to preventative detention measures after laws passed federal parliament.
The Australian economy almost came to standstill last quarter, with clear signs of financial pain in the household sector.
Anthony Albanese has negotiated deals with states and territories on extra health funding, the GST carve-up and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
A creeping culture of politicisation, marginalisation, secrecy and fear has been uncovered within the Victorian public service, a report has found.
Top ministers are assuring the Jewish community it remains safe in Australia and have condemned anti-Semitism after Israel issued a travel alert.
Consultants working on the business case for Victoria's 2026 Commonwealth Games bid did not visit any venues and were given six weeks to complete their work.
More than 97,000 employees in the university sector have been underpaid to the tune of $159 million, new analysis shows.
Released immigration detainees who pose a serious risk to the community face being locked back up as new laws clear the Senate.
Aggressive interest rate hikes are working to slow the economy, timely measures of price movements and the jobs market suggest.
Gold Coast mayor Tom Tate says the city will no longer pursue its $700 million bid to host a "streamlined" 2026 Commonwealth Games.