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.
Residents of a small Victorian town are up in arms over the relocation of their heritage-listed former police station, which they say "quietly disappeared" on a truck overnight.
ABC Chair Ita Buttrose arrives at the Commonwealth Parliamentary Offices in Sydney for a meeting with Prime Minister Scott Morrison, with the pair expected to discuss a range of topics including last week's AFP raids on the ABC.
As a child he showed sociopathic tendencies. By the time he was an adult he was a drug dealer with an extensive criminal record who would go on to kill six people.
John Lyons spent nine hours in a room with six AFP officers — who were unfailingly polite and respectful — but who were doing something he believed attacked the very essence of journalism.
Business is becoming increasingly concerned that this week's Federal Police raids on the ABC and News Corp risk eroding confidence in Australia's reputation as a free and open democracy.
This week's raids, and any attempt at intimidation, is an outcome of a mindset that has snuck up on most Australians, largely under the cover of "keeping us safe" from terrorism, writes Laura Tingle.
Former US police officer Mohamed Noor is sentenced for shooting an Australian woman as she approached the side of his police car.
Labor MPs are urging their party to take a more "rigorous" and "strident" approach to national security laws following this week's police raids on the ABC and the home of a News Corp journalist.
When the AFP entered the ABC with a warrant, media around the world were shocked. We answer some of the questions raised about press freedom and protection of sources.