Australian home prices fell a further 0.7 per cent last month and are now down nearly 7 per cent from their peak, as the downturn extends beyond Sydney and Melbourne.
The Prime Minister announces a new agency to help the Queensland cattle industry recover from the devastating outback floods that killed about half a million head of livestock.
The Government says the medevac bill will allow those held on Nauru and Manus Island to come to Australia without being sick. RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
Australia coach Justin Langer remains in regular dialogue with Steve Smith and David Warner, who will not be rushed directly back into the national set-up once their 12-month bans end on March 28.
US stocks fall in late trade, despite the most recent economic growth figures showing the world's biggest economy growing much faster than most analysts expected.
Outbound international cargo will be screened piece by piece as part of heightened security measures to reduce terrorism threats.
Formula E racing looks like Formula One but sounds very different, because the cars involved are electric. Organisers believe Adelaide — which famously lost the Grand Prix — could be the perfect place for an Australian debut.
There are many reasons to be frustrated with Australian politics as we suffer our sixth prime minister in eight years, but our electoral system is not one of them.
Cashed-up baby boomers are thumbing their noses at tradition and ending their lives on their own terms, pre-planning their deaths by engaging death doulas, visiting death cafes and even opting for burial without a coffin.
A five-year special investigation into women in leadership finds there's still an average $162,000 pay gap among women running top companies — and figures show it will be 80 years until there is an equal number of men and women running top businesses.