Police arrest three people who allegedly led them on a pursuit in two stolen cars through several Adelaide suburbs, after road spikes failed to stop the high-speed chase.
Australia's working holiday visa will be extended to a third year from July 1, but experts and former backpackers are warning there could be an increased risk of exploitation and abuse.
A P-plater loses his licence on the spot after allegedly being caught driving at more than twice the speed limit in a 100kph zone on a regional SA highway.
The man accused of leaking The Afghan Files to the ABC, a case that last week led to raids on the national broadcaster's headquarters, faces the ACT Supreme Court for the first time since being committed for trial.
In hundreds of cases every year, Australia's family courts hear allegations of violence and child abuse and when it comes to investigating them, experts say "we have a huge problem".
A former journalist accused of threatening to behead members of a Canberra church pleads not guilty to charges linked to messages he allegedly posted on social media.
A woman is expected to be charged with murder after a man she was believed to be in a relationship with was found with an alleged stab wound on an Annerley footpath.
The reach of laws against female genital mutilation will be tested in the High Court today, as it considers calls for a retrial of three people accused of carrying out a practice known as Khatna on two young sisters. WARNING: Graphic content.
Russian police abruptly drop drugs charges against journalist Ivan Golunov in the face of anger from supporters threatening a mass protest, who allege he was framed for reporting on corruption.