FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 23--WHERE THE LEADERS ARE CAMPAIGNING* Prime Minister Scott Morrison: starting in Melbourne before heading to Brisbane for the people's forum debate* Labor leader Bill Shorten: starting in Melbourne before heading to Brisbane for the people's forum debate--WHAT THE COALITION WANTS TO TALK ABOUTProtecting Australia's waterways and...
Parramatta captain Clint Gutherson is sick of the uncertainty around his NRL future and tired of being painted as greedy.
An elderly Melbourne couple got a shock after signing for a misdirected mail parcel which turned out to contain an estimated $10 million worth of the drug ice.
Under-fire Liberal candidate Jessica Whelan really wanted to meet Scott Morrison, but the prime minister wasn't as keen to run into her.
The coalition is promising to fix long-term problems with the National Disability Insurance Scheme if re-elected later this month.
Britain's Princess Charlotte is celebrating her fourth birthday and her parents have released three new pictures of the smiling young royal to mark the occasion.
Newcastle skipper Mitchell Pearce admits his individual game suffered as he attempted to navigate the side through their slow start to the season.
Wests Tigers fullback Moses Mbye has backed his returning teammate Benji Marshall to match it against the most "in-form five-eighth " in the NRL.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been sentenced to 50 weeks in jail by a London court for skipping bail to enter the Ecuadorian embassy where he was holed up for almost seven years until police dragged him out last month.
As Labor leader Bill Shorten toured a solar farm in South Australia, the storm cloud hovering over the cost of his climate plan continued to brew.