An explosion at a pesticide plant in eastern China has killed 47 people and injured more than 600, state media reports say, the latest casualties in a series of industrial accidents that has angered the...
New Zealand might be broken-hearted but it's not broken.And the imam whose prayers were interrupted by gunfire a week ago says the nation won't be divided by hate and terror.
The long delays in home care support for elderly Australians are causing great suffering as people die waiting, an inquiry has heard.
An ex-midwife on trial over the deaths of two babies during homebirths failed to warn mothers of risks and acted calmly as the children died, an Adelaide court has heard.
Anna Alexandrova Palmer claims having no memory of why 130 million Swiss francs were transferred to a Bulgarian company owned by her husband Clive.
Evacuations of communities in the path of a cyclone barrelling down on the Northern Territory have ceased as authorities urge remaining residents to prepare for flooding and destructive winds.
The federal government should avoid short-term funding cycles for welfare programs, a parliamentary committee suggests.
Scott Morrison says he won't be drawn into a political "slanging match", as he remains under pressure to preference One Nation last at the next federal election.
Scott Morrison's big immigration policy announcement has been coming for months but it finally landed in an awful week to make it.
Relocating a Sydney team to Queensland won't work, Ipswich-based Western Corridor NRL bid chairman Steve Johnson says.