Treasurer Scott Morrison says Malcolm Turnbull's comments about Barnaby Joyce's affair were appropriate, and puts ministers on notice that if they have sexual relationships with their staff, it will no longer be kept quiet.
Mark McGowan says he has been "assured" the sacking of media advisor Jane Grljusich was unrelated to bullying and harassment allegations she made against a colleague who allegedly called her "Kim Jong Lard" in an email.
US President Donald Trump lashes out at the FBI, saying the agency "missed all of the many signals" sent by the suspect in the Florida school shooting before the deadly rampage and needs to "get back to the basics".
Jay Weatherill tells Labor's campaign launch his government, if re-elected next month, will spend billions of dollars on a deep water port, remove congested level crossings and further extend Adelaide's tram network.
A Carnival Legend passenger is not thrilled by the cruise line's offer of a 25 per cent discount on another trip, after a South Pacific tour turned sour with violence on board resulting in the ejection of an entire family.
British eurosceptic party UKIP is thrown into turmoil again when its members remove leader Henry Bolton after less than five months following criticism of his leadership and a scandal about racist comments made by his lover about Meghan…
Stephanie Lockery was an aid worker in Afghanistan when she was diagnosed with a rare cancer. Now back in Adelaide with her family, the 35-year-old is thinking about the issues that matter to her as she prepares to vote in the South…
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says reports about Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election are "just blather", as the US National Security Adviser says the evidence of interference is beyond dispute.
Hemi Goodwin-Burke's parents say they could not believe it when their son's killer had his murder charge downgraded to manslaughter. They're urging Queensland's Sentence Advisory Council to get tougher on child killers.
The Chinese Government has launched a large-scale "people's war" on organised crime, but in a nation where whole villages specialise in illegal activity, and crime figures are already manipulated, its implications appear unclear.