Questions are raised about the financial viability of the Gold Coast's proposed $450 million cruise ship terminal, after a report shows the project would need to be much larger than planned for.
New York, Rome and London may be among the most popular tourist hotspots in the world. Then there's Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. One Australian tourist tells the story of his visit to one of the most talked about countries in the world.
A submission to a Senate inquiry has raised concerns some mobility scooter drivers are using the form of transport to avoid police breath testing.
Solar farms and an export hub are in the pipeline as Northern Territory Airports undergoes a record $300m expansion, partly funded by the controversial Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility.
Voters haven't only just started rolling their eyes at politicians. Since the 1970s, more than half of Australian voters have said their representatives are looking after themselves.
A Northern Territory water bottling company that was controversially awarded a $10 million taxpayer investment is extracting water from a different aquifer than the one advertised on its website.
The Government's National Sport Plan will seek to boost participation while proposing relaxing gambling rules and establishing a sports integrity tribunal with far-reaching powers, though details and commitments are limited.
The ACT and NT may soon wrestle back control of its euthanasia laws — more than two decades after the NT's landmark legalisation of the practise was voided by the Commonwealth.