A new wing inside Goulburn's Supermax prison will give some prisoners slightly more chance to socialise, in the hope they may be rehabilitated.
Bahraini refugee Hakeem al-Araibi rejoins his Melbourne soccer team at a match for the first time since he was released from a Thai prison after an extradition ordeal lasting more than two months.
Jacinda Ardern escalates the dispute over criminal deportations, warning New Zealand has a dim of Australia deporting people who moved there as children and have no ties to NZ.
Six Melbourne men plead guilty to planning to sail from far north Queensland to the Philippines to encourage Muslim militants to stage a government overthrow.
Australian man Hazem Hamouda "vanishes" in Egypt after failing to turn up at a police station where he was due to be released after languishing in one of Egypt's most notorious prisons for more than a year without charge or evidence.
An alarming number of natural disaster victims turn to high-cost, short-finance — or pay day loans — to avoid going broke, financial counsellors say.
Besides having heart worm, the five-year-old bull Arab cross is in fairly good health after an attack that saw him punched repeatedly, RSPCA Queensland says.
A class action is launched against one of Australia's biggest banks over alleged irresponsible lending practices dating back to 2011. The action is the first launched in the wake of the banking royal commission and could affect thousands of Australian home loans.
Neil Prakash's lawyer Resat Davran says his client was not upset with the loss of his citizenship because he did not want to be extradited to Australia to face terrorism charges.
Police have revealed some of the most common excuses they hear when busting drivers speeding in school zones — and no, telling the officer you're running late will not get you out of a ticket.