Treasurer Jim Chalmers concedes a big spike in interest rates will come as difficult news for households already facing skyrocketing costs of living and wages not keeping pace with inflation.
Australians who received government support during the COVID-19 pandemic have been warned to include it as income in their tax returns.
A South Australian courier who was caught with $5.2 million concealed in his truck was unaware he was smuggling the cash into Victoria, a Melbourne court has been told.
They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks, but an Australian first pilot program bringing together rescued greyhounds and aged care residents hopes to prove them wrong.
The prime minister has reaffirmed Australia's commitment to strengthening its relationship with Indonesia amid growing uncertainty in the region.
Queensland's leading forensic lab will be scrutinised by a commission of inquiry and DNA threshold limits removed as evidence from unsolved crimes comes under review.
Former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro has been awarded $715,000 in defamation damages from Google for a "vindictive" social media campaign that left him traumatised.
Flexibility and work-life balance are behind Melbourne's slow return to the office, as new data shows less than half of CBD-based employees are back full-time.
In a crowning moment for her Platinum Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth II has appeared at the balcony of Buckingham Palace, delighting fans who had hoped to catch a glimpse of her during the final day of festivities marking the monarch's 70 years on the throne.
Opposition Leader Peter Dutton has announced the coalition's frontbench after its defeat at the May 21 election - a 24-strong team that includes 10 women.