Queensland's new ID scanning laws force bouncers at a Brisbane bar to Google the future king of Denmark, Crown Prince Frederik, when he cannot produce ID, but the state's Attorney-General says the incident simply shows the legislation is…
The ACCC introduces voluntary guidelines to broadband retailers in a bid to inject transparency into "dreadful" advertising campaigns that don't give consumers any meaningful information about internet speeds.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says "reckless" North Korea must be brought to its senses, after the reclusive country describes Australia's decision to participate in joint military exercises with the US and South Korea as a "suicidal act…
As the citizenship crisis sweeps through Canberra, Labor refuses to release documents showing their members and senators are not dual citizens, arguing the party's vetting procedures are stricter than their rivals.
A Barossa Valley winemaker brings his court trial to an end on its first day after pleading guilty to deliberately destroyed nearly 25,000 litres of wine at a rival company by opening the taps on four storage tanks.
Planes and ships hunt waters east of Singapore for 10 US sailors missing after the USS John McCain warship hit an oil tanker this morning — the second collision involving a US Navy vessel in the past two months.
Seven-year-old Julian Cadman is confirmed to have died in last week's terror attack in Barcelona, with his family remembering the Sydney boy as an "energetic, funny and cheeky" child and his school paying tribute to his "generous heart".
The father of an Australian boy caught up in the recent Spanish terrorist attacks touches down in Barcelona and is taken immediately to an official justice building, the place where victims of the attacks are being identified.
A massive manhunt is underway for the 22-year-old Moroccan man suspected of driving the van in the deadly Barcelona attack, but officials say the extremist cell behind the carnage has been "fully dismantled".
Donald Trump fires chief strategist Steve Bannon, who says his departure from the White House signals a major shift for the administration and that the President's ability to get things done will now be "that much harder".
Donald Trump defiantly reiterates his opposition to the removal of monuments to the pro-slavery Civil war Confederacy, saying he was saddened to see the "beautiful" statues being removed from cities around the country.
Deputy leader of the Nationals Fiona Nash says she will not stand aside, after revealing to the Senate she is a British citizen by descent and becoming the latest politician to be tripped up by section 44 of the constitution.