Under-threat Liberal MP Ian Goodenough is tipped to keep his job despite an onslaught from within his own party.
Joe Spagnolo,, Peter Law & Josh Zimmerman
Hussein Tantawi, the former head of the military council that ruled Egypt temporarily after a 2011 uprising, has died aged 85.
The OECD is urging all governments to get their people vaccinated as soon as possible to allay the uncertainties overhanging the global economy.
Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics and Business Correspondent
The AUKUS deal continues to spark anger in the European Union, with diplomats saying trust between key allies has been badly damaged.
Philip Blenkinsop and Robin Emmott
Russia was responsible for the 2006 fatal poisoning of former spy Alexander Litvinenko, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled.
Gladys Berejiklian’s handling of the Delta outbreak has divided voters and led her Queensland and Victorian counterparts to take a big lead in a poll.
The Taliban have again failed to appoint women as their new Afghan government announced a list of deputy ministers, all men.
Federal minister Peter Dutton is expected to take the virtual stand in his upcoming defamation fight against an activist over a tweet.
Child Protection Minister Simone McGurk has pledged to protect children from sexual abuse by fellow youths in State care — but warned that isolating a dangerous child is a ‘very difficult’ call.
Australia’s former deputy chief medical officer says he is worried the intense fear of Covid-19 within some states may stop the country moving forward.
The Federal Government has told Pfizer its COVID-19 vaccine will be given to children under 12 ‘as a priority’ when the jab is approved by Australian regulators.
The Philippines foreign minister says he backs a defence partnership between the US, the UK and Australia to maintain the balance of power in the Indo-Pacific.
The State has a $5 billion surplus but the head of the doctor’s union says WA was among the worst when it comes to investing in health.
Wild price movements in the iron ore price since the May budget won't hit deficit forecasts because Treasury had prudently forecast a much lower price.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has met with Rupert Murdoch’s right-hand man, News Corp CEO Robert Thomson, for a private dinner in New York.
Labor is putting forward an ex-serviceman to run against Liberal MP and Afghanistan veteran Phillip Thompson in the Queensland seat of Herbert.
Chris Dawson has declared complacency rather than supply is the biggest obstacle to WA’s rollout as the State Government unveiled a $3.6m ad campaign targeting West Aussies yet to receive a jab.
With the Shire of Harvey local election set to be held on October 16, eight candidates have thrown their hat’s in the ring for six vacancies.
The race for a seat on the Shire of Harvey council has officially started, meanwhile, the Shire of Waroona’s new look council has been decided without an election.
Kasper Johansen & Luke McPherson
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has criticised Acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce's judgement in supporting recently resigned minister Christian Porter.
Scott Morrison has shrugged off the risk Australia's about-turn on submarines could derail free-trade negotiations with the European Union.
Building approvals have sky rocketed for the first time in seven years across the Shire of Harvey as increasing numbers of people continue to “race to the regions”.
The premier has dismissed ‘misinformation’ on her vaccination target to reopen the state and says she’s waiting on one key detail before finalising her plan.
Alex Druce and James Hall
The construction industry will get a much-needed boost in timber supplies through a new $15.1 million federal government program.
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