National News

Trolleyman funds to be held in Trust fund

A homeless Melbourne man, dubbed "trolleyman", who has received $140,450 in public donations after his involvement in Friday's Bourke Street terror incident, will have the funds deposited into a Trust fund.

Drunk priest bites Greek police

A priest on the Greek island of Crete has bitten a police officer after being pulled over for driving erratically in reverse through the centre of Heraklion.

Search for more bodies, 42 die in US fire

Search teams will fan out across the charred landscape of Paradise, California looking for human remains on Tuesday as authorities prepare for a rise in the death count from the state's deadliest wildfire.

Qld to tighten rules for working with kids

A wider range of crimes - including murder and rape - will disqualify people from ever working with children in Queensland under changes before state parliament.

Melbourne terror debate turns political

As Victoria continues to reel from its third fatal street attack in less than two years, federal Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has apportioned blame to the state's judiciary.

Gillmeister axed as Maroons freshen up

Queensland coach Kevin Walters has reacted to a rare State of Origin series loss by axing long-serving Trevor Gillmeister and hiring some of the Maroons' biggest names.