Anzac Day is approaching and we can’t let the men and women who don their uniforms for Australia think that we don’t have their backs or that they won’t have the trust and support of the Government.
Lanai ScarrFederal Political Editor
The newly-aligned West Australian Nationals and Liberals are promising to work together to hold the dominant McGowan Labor government to account.
NSW MP John Sidoti has told ICAC he signed whatever his parents asked him to and didn't know about some of his property and business interests.
World governance should be made fairer and one country shouldn't impose its rules on others, Chinese President Xi Jinping has told the Boao Forum for Asia.
Domestic violence victims are being forced to stay with abusive parnters because there’s nowhere else to go amid WA’s rental crisis. Some are even being placed into motels to escape immediate danger.
The Government must work harder on strategies that can assist veterans who may be struggling to cope, and their families. We owe them that and much more.
Peter Dutton has vowed significant resources will be ploughed into the investigation by the Office of the Special Investigator into alleged war crimes by Australian troops in Afghanistan.
Education ministers have slammed the federal government's "confusing" new consent campaign for schools, which employs milkshakes, tacos and shark metaphors.
A report has found a high level of sexual harassment and discriminatory behaviour in South Australia's legal profession.
Personal data could be shared with trusted researchers under data-sharing laws being considered by parliament, despite concerns about security and privacy.
Australia's house price boom is a positive for the credit standing of banks, developers and material suppliers, Moody's Investors Service says.
Walter Mondale, a leading US liberal who served as vice-president under Jimmy Carter and lost the 1984 presidential election in a landslide, has died at age 93.
Labor senator Kristina Keneally has visited a Tamil family detained on Christmas Island after being forcibly taken from their home in Biloela, Queensland.
Top members of Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union have backed Armin Laschet as candidate for chancellor in the German federal elections.
The NSW teachers' union says schools are facing a classroom crisis with record enrolment growth predicted and thousands more teachers needed in the next decade.
Scott Morrison has declared climate change will not be solved in the ‘cafes and dinner parties of our inner cities’, while assuring the WA resources sector of its ongoing importance to the economy.
The EU's top diplomat says Russia has massed more than 150,000 troops on Ukraine's border and in Crimea, as tensions in the region continue to rise.
Chadian President Idriss Deby has easily won a sixth term in office as a rebel group threatening his rule announced making a "strategic retreat".
Russian officials say Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has been targeted in an assassination attempt.
European Council President Charles Michel says he has brokered an agreement to end a political crisis in the South Caucasus country of Georgia.
Sabine Siebold and Gabrielle Tetrault-Farber
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is supporting a proposal for a one-time popular vote for prime minister as a way to break Israel's political deadlock.
Ilan Ben Zion
Liberal MP Phillip Thompson has welcomed the 'tough and bold' decision to allow special forces troops who served in Afghanistan keep their group awards.
Health Minister Greg Hunt insists there is good coronavirus vaccine uptake after the Australian Medical Association warned of a hit to public confidence.
Scott Morrison admits Australia's energy mix has to change over the next 30 years, while he flirts with introducing a 2050 net zero emissions target.
Marion Rae and Rebecca Gredley
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