Morrison slashes migrant intake by 30,000
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is cutting the annual migration intake by 30,000 places and introducing new regional visas forcing skilled workers to the bush.
Federal police officers would have access to $5 million worth of extra mental health support services over four years if Labor wins the next election.
The steps of parliament in Melbourne resembled a waste dump as activists called for action on Victoria’s recycling “crisis”.
A Queensland man has been sentenced to seven years in jail for injuring a man by slashing his throat during a dispute about whether Satan would burn in hell.
The federal government has announced a national hotline for victims of elder abuse and $18 million for trials of frontline services.
The energy minister and Labor are at odds over climate policy modelling, which paints a dire economic picture if Australia meets its emissions targets.
A man is being questioned over the cold case murder of Jay Brogden, who was last seen alive in north Queensland in 2007.
Higher wages and better quality training would make more people want to become aged care workers, according to a group of home carers.
One of two brothers accused of a plane bomb plot was actually trying to prevent a terrorist act, his barrister has told a Sydney jury.
NSW Labor leader Michael Daley says his comment linking Asian immigration and young children fleeing Sydney could have been phrased better.
A Victorian woman who once worked as a community corrections officer will spend three months in jail after kidnapping a 73-year-old man.
Toyota’s old car manufacturing plant in Melbourne will be transformed into a hydrogen production centre to power vehicles using renewable energy.
Brisbane woman Katie Ann Castel has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of her husband in 2017, by hurling a knife into his heart.
A man who killed his Airbnb housemate over a $210 debt owed to another man has been jailed for up to 11 years.
Police, CFA, Shepparton Search and Rescue and State Emergency Service personnel are on the scene of a truck rollover in Murchison. It is believed a truck rolled off the bridge as you enter the town and has landed in the Goulburn River below. The...
Ten months after launching with much fanfare, Oliver’s Real Food has suddenly closed.
Eagerly awaiting the keys to his new home, Shepparton’s Alex Newling, 20, could never have imagined he would be in the position he is today.