AIDS' organisations have welcomed the listing a drug aimed at stopping the spread of HIV on the PBS, therefore slashing its price.
Australia's cyber security adviser says it's likely Aussies have been caught up in claims a political consulting firm used data from 50 million Facebook users.
The Australian Greens plan to put in processes to prevent members leaking information and sabotaging campaigns, party leader Richard Di Natale says.
At least 70 homes and businesses have been razed by a fast-moving bushfire in Tathra, on the NSW far south coast.
Energy analysts say state renewable energy targets are driving far more investment than predicted under the Turnbull government's new energy policy.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says there's no double standard in Peter Dutton speaking out for for humanitarian visas for persecuted South African farmers.
More than 60,000 people have signed a petition calling on Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to let an asylum seeker family return to a Queensland community.
The NSW government's stadiums policy is likely to fall into the sights of a proposed parliamentary committee, backed by an unlikely alliance of political foes.
The Greens and conservation groups have condemned the forcible ending of a forest blockade in a high-use koala area near Bellingen after 30 days of sit-ins and lock-ons prevented the removal of old-growth logs.
Fourteen activists will appear in Bowen Magistrates Court today to face charges relating to the ongoing Stop Adani campaign.
Australian banks are in the firing line from a potential class action from law firm Slater and Gordon over the sale of "worthless" credit card insurance.
A new report by an environmental group has found that Australia leads the world on extinction and has urged the federal government to take action.
The Land and Environment Court has today ruled the NSW Government’s land-clearing laws invalid because they were made unlawfully.
Social Services Minister Dan Tehan has described Victoria and NSW signing up to the child sex abuse redress scheme as a "giant step".
Dynamic, wheelchair-bound singing legend Jeff St John passed away on Monday in his Perth home at the age of 70 after a long, hard battle with Spina Biffeta.
Drownings across NSW this summer dropped 12 per cent compared to 2 016-17 and most of those who died were young men.
Stakeholders are set to meet with the Queensland government before state parliament on Thursday, ahead of the expected reintroduction of tree clearing laws.
As Bill Shorten gives new assurances about Adani's Queensland coal mine, the company says it is forging ahead to find financial backers for the project.
East Timor's chief negotiator Xanana Gusmao has accused a United Nations commission of a lack of impartiality during Timor Sea negotiations with Australia.
‘Business as usual is no longer an option’ is the key message from the not-for-profit advocacy organisation Farmers for Climate Action, which is launching a new crowd-funded television campaign across regional screens from March 24.
The Greens have used freedom of information laws to obtain exclusive NSW Police data they say shows an ‘undertrained and under-supported police force struggling to deal with people experiencing mental illness’.
Cardinal George Pell has arrived at court ahead of a four-week hearing to decide if he will stand trial on historical sexual offence charges .
The future of poker machines in Tasmania's pub and clubs is now in the hands of the state's parliament after the Hodgman Liberal government's re-election.
Patients will get quicker access to medical marijuana under a streamlined process set to be unveiled by the NSW and federal governments.
Thanks to wearing their hearts on their sleeves, the internal power struggles of the NSW Greens were made public last week.