MORNING BRIEFING: Sydney's wet weather is set to continue for a second day and police offer a $1 million dollar reward on offer for information into a 1997 murder.
The free cuppa and bikkie offered at the once-popular Driver Reviver sites on the nation's major highways have been slowing losing their appeal to tired motorists.
A Sunshine Coast director has been sentenced to jail for one year, and fined $1 million, in a Queensland first Workplace Health and Safety trial.
James Stevenson says he was riding to work in the Brisbane CBD when he brushed past a pedestrian, who is then captured on camera running and confronting the cyclist.
Australia is facing a shortage of cyber security specialists to deal with scams so it's more important than ever to take precautions to protect yourself online.
Of course it's true that not all men are violent. But the fact is that too many men do not challenge the attitudes that enable violence, writes Joshua Badge.
Young country drivers with limited driving experience are being taught 'drought driving' skills to prevent kangaroos causing serious car accidents.
In the wake of yet another tragic loss of a woman's life, police predictably advised people to "stay safe" by engaging in a range of "protective" strategies. Women are sick of hearing it, writes Bianca Fileborn.
The ABC has uncovered 1,372 vehicle infringements accrued by Australia's politicians — but how many are for serious traffic offences?
Some Canberra cafes and restaurants are going five years without an inspection, while a chicken shop that closed due to critical public safety breaches has not been audited since November 2016, freedom of information documents reveal.