During an attack on Labor's negative gearing policy, the Prime Minister claimed police officers who have an investment property "don't have five and six and seven … they have one". RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
The Victorian Liberal Party will dump Jeremy Hearn as its candidate for the seat of Isaacs, after a conspiracy-laden anti-Muslim rant he posted online last year.
Mohamed Noor, who killed the Australian woman in the alley outside of her Minneapolis home in July 2017, is found guilty of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
ANZ's decision to throttle back on home lending has hit its bottom line, as the bank continues its plans to slim down.
Google's parent company Alphabet drags on the US tech sector, following disappointing results. But, after the closing bell, Apple's share price jumps as its chief executive gives upbeat guidance for the current quarter.
MORNING BRIEFING: The state's pricing regulator is considering an overhaul of the Opal ticketing system, while new research reveals the controversial Shenhua Watermark coal mine made inaccurate predictions around water impact.
A beer company has had an eerie coincidence as a new ale named after a ship that sunk in 1898 reveals itself to swimmers.
Rural independents are proving a difficult test for the Coalition in this election. But the pathway to parliament is harder than it might seem.
In what has been described an "incredible" move, St Kilda Football Club is offering a calming room at its home stadium where special needs children can watch the game in a quiet, safe space — and the AFL is taking notice, considering getting each of its clubs to follow suit in the years to come.
Google Australia says it is still battling the Australian Taxation Office over a tax bill it was hit with two years ago, as it declares $4.3 billion — mostly in advertising revenue from its local customers — that is not being taxed in Australia.