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.
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.
Expense reports reveal the federal government granted one Queensland senator thousands of dollars for special advertising months before the May election.
Traditional owners on a Northern Territory island partner with a Chinese company to set up a mining enterprise, which they hope will secure their future.
The construction union denies Victorian secretary John Setka ever denigrated anti-violence campaigner Rosie Batty and says the leaks were "acts of treachery" designed to give ammunition to critics of trade unionism.
The court said doctors could recommend people be brought to Australia for medical treatment based on solely reading their medical records, rather than having face to face consultations.
On a recent flight, former prime minister Julia Gillard was randomly passed a "generous" handwritten note by another passenger — a young woman who works in the public service.
Costs are eroding Australian dairy farmers profit and hitting confidence, with the number of farmers positive about the industry the lowest in 15 years. Poor seasonal conditions are mostly to blame, with high feed and irrigation water costs.