US President Joe Biden says former president Bill Clinton is "doing fine" in hospital after an infection and should be released soon.
Premier Mark McGowan’s COVID-19 mantra has left WA ill-prepared for inevitable virus arrival.
Members of ASEAN have reportedly agreed not to invite Myanmar's ruling junta chief to a summit of regional leaders later this month.
Rozanna Latiff and Tom Allard and Poppy McPherson
The UK parliament is mourning the loss of Conservative MP David Amess who was fatally stabbed while meeting voters at a church in his constituency.
Gerhard Mey and Andrew Couldridge
Australia’s short-term emissions cuts are thanks to State Governments, with peak climate groups predicting the country will exceed its current 2030 targets as a result.
Support for WA’s hard border remains almost as high as it was a year ago, with the overwhelming majority of West Australians backing Premier Mark McGowan’s stance.
Three German parties aim to open formal coalition talks which, if successful, will make Social Democrat Olaf Scholz Germany's new leader.
The public display of executed criminals without a court order to do so has been banned in a decree by Afghanistan's Taliban-run interim government.
Four NSW MPs are quitting – including Gladys Berejiklian – but they will all continue to be paid handsomely by taxpayers for the foreseeable future.
The NSW Government’s plan to restart quarantine-free international travel next month means WA may have to keep its border shut for longer, Mark McGowan has warned.
A journalist’s ‘intemperate’ tweets could torpedo his almost-finalised defamation settlement with a government employee and strident China critic, a court has heard.
Australians who have parents overseas may soon be able to see their loved ones as Australia looks to make a major change to the definition of immediate families.
A NSW Supreme Court judge has sided with the government in a landmark decision following a challenge to the state’s public health orders.
Cowan MP Anne Aly says she copped racist abuse following her comments calling for a change of date for Australia Day, but that she won’t stop speaking out for important issues.
The UK's Brexit minister says the EU needs to make significant change if there is to be a deal over the Northern Irish part of the Brexit divorce deal
A new program has been set up to reduce the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in custody in Australia by up to 30 per cent over the next 10 years.
Hundreds of small Aussie businesses have suffered a huge blow in government deal.
Victoria’s health department ‘omitted’ evidence from an inquiry into the forced closure of a Melbourne catering company, a new report has found.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has delivered a slap down for Dominic Perrottet, just hours after the NSW Premier announced his State will be ‘opening to the world’ from next month.
The two newest Australian senator both say climate will need to be front and centre when federal parliament resumes on Monday.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission's annual report shows a lift in civil and criminal action over the year, following the royal commission.
A major change to who will be allowed into Australia is set to boost morale as states look to reopen international borders.
A federal grand jury in the US has indicted a former Boeing pilot on charges of deceiving safety regulators about the 737 Max jetliner.
It seems James Packer still has enough pull to prompt a very early start for the Crown Perth Royal Commission when he gives evidence later this month — but where he’ll give it from is still a mystery.
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