New Zealand's Government launches a multi-million-dollar, six-month buyback scheme to compensate owners of semi-automatic weapons, which were newly banned in the wake of deadly attacks on two Christchurch mosques.
Mining giants Rio Tinto, BHP and Glencore have listed several of their tailings dams across Australia as being at "high" or "extreme" risk of failure in self audits.
Regional communities have been left reeling, following WIN News' announcement it would be axing four commercial television newsrooms in New South Wales and Queensland.
When a young man recently turned up at a rural drug and alcohol service seeking help for an infection, staff knew this wasn't just another addict. The scaly skin on his arm was the sign a new drug had arrived in Australia, writes Julaine Allan.
Australian shares are expected to open slightly higher, as Wall Street lifts on expectations the US Federal Reserve may cut rates in response to further "uncertainties".
Authorities and the company responsible for 100,000 litres of PFAS-contaminated water which was released into the Shoalhaven River remain tight-lipped about its environmental impact.
Ever wondered why we don't have pharmacies in our supermarkets? It's because of the Pharmacy Guild, a powerful lobby group that is very good at getting what it wants.
It has only been screening to a wider audience for a couple of weeks, but The Final Quarter, which recounts the booing saga of AFL star Adam Goodes, has led to an outpouring of apologies from fans.
Expense reports reveal the federal government granted one Queensland senator thousands of dollars for special advertising months before the May election.
Sunday retail and hospitality workers are set for another penalty rate cut on July 1, but small businesses say the reduction is not enough to make much of a difference to their struggling operations.