CITIC largely loses Mineralogy appeal
CITIC has largely lost an appeal against a court decision regarding royalties paid to Clive Palmer’s Mineralogy from their massive WA iron ore joint venture.
Aged care minister Ken Wyatt, who is tipped to take on the indigenous affairs portfolio, believes there is community support for constitutional recognition.
Chris Bowen was acting Labor leader for exactly one month while other men fought for the role. Now he wants a chance at the top job.
A Queensland engineer, who believes he is a Royal love child, has lost a legal bid to return to work after he was suspended for allegedly threatening his boss.
A Queensland man, who claims to be Prince Charles’ love child, has failed to overturn his suspension from a government job after his boss felt threatened.
The Queensland government has complained to the Australia Press Council after a newspaper published an altered image of Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk.
A police officer involved in a fatal shooting at Sydney’s busiest railway station says he didn’t want to shoot the armed man but was given “no choice”.
Political campaign group GetUp admits that polling on the importance of climate change didn’t translate to the ballot box in the recent federal election.
The flu has killed 26 people, including three children, in Victoria so far this year after an early start to the season.
An inquest into the death of a bushwalker who was hiking alone in freezing weather in Tasmania has found he didn’t have adequate clothes or equipment.
Failed federal election candidate Clive Palmer’s matter over the collapse of his company Queensland Nickel has returned to court.
Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young has confirmed a threat sent to the party’s headquarters in Adelaide was directed at her.
Energy Minister Angus Taylor is calling on Labor to support the coalition’s 26 per cent emissions reduction target, instead of its 45 per cent goal.
The ATO says it can retrospectively amend tax assessments to provide tax cuts if the coalition’s proposal doesn’t pass before the end of the financial year.
An Undera footballer is fighting for his life after an incident during a Kyabram District League reserves game against Violet Town last Saturday.
THE Echuca mother charged over her daughter’s death in 2008 has walked free from court. Tania Walker, 35, charged with child homicide of 23-month-old Angela Bannister, appeared in Bendigo Magistrates Court on Tuesday for a bail application which...
The Clark family has always had firm plans for a future in the dairy industry.