In 1959, an Indigenous man who worked at a travelling carnival was accused of raping and killing a child. A true crime episodic saved him from death row — and made the career of a young Rupert Murdoch.
The Opposition Leader is interrupted by protesters before promising an overhaul of superannuation and environmental laws if Labor wins office, along with a multi-billion-dollar housing-affordability plan, in a speech to the party's national conference.
Opening the ALP national conference in Adelaide, Mr Shorten will seek to counter the Coalition's attacks on his negative gearing policy, declaring Labor "the party of home ownership" and "the party of affordable housing".
The Northern Territory Government is handing out almost $74,000 of taxpayers' money to hotel chain Hilton, in the hopes service upgrades will attract more tourists.
An aquatic centre on WA's south coast is now heated with a biofuel, created by burning woodchips from local plantations, significantly reducing its reliance on gas.
If you've ever had your carry-on luggage weighed before boarding a flight, you'll know what an arduous process it can be. But let's examine the pros and cons of this widening crackdown.
As the nation's housing market downturn continues, South Australia's peak body for home building is pushing for greater security for the industry amid the collapse of two local businesses in the past week.
The cost of rehabilitating the mine on the doorstep of the World-Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park will be almost $300 million higher than previous estimates, Energy Resources of Australia concedes.