Queensland police and the Australian Taxation Office have seized 28 tonnes of illegal tobacco from a property near Bundaberg.
Independent Tasmanian Senator Steve Martin says the AFL neglect of his home state is a disgrace.
A three-way summit involving South Korea, North Korea and the United States is possible, South Korean President Moon Jae-in says.
The passing of welfare reforms by the Senate will impact on the jobless and pensioners in a variety of ways.
The Kaurna people been granted native title rights over areas of Adelaide, the first time such rights have been awarded over a capital city.
A Cambridge University academic who harvested data on millions of Facebook users said he has been made a scapegoat by the social network.
A witness has described Cardinal George Pell as a "bully" but says he never saw Australia's highest-ranked Catholic assault anyone.
Commonwealth Games visitors have been assured their Facebook data will not be mined if they use free public Wi-Fi provided by the Gold Coast council.
A woman charged over the double murder of siblings had a short relationship with the boyfriend of her alleged female victim, a court has heard.
An inquest into the death of a Queensland man found with head injuries on a Gold Coast highway is bringing much-needed answers, his family believes.
Australians at high risk of HIV will have cheap access to a drug that's 99 per cent effective in preventing the transmission of HIV among gay and bisexual men.
The main suspect in a series of bombings in Austin, Texas is dead after police tried to arrest him north of the southern US city.
A Melbourne man jailed over a fatal one-punch attack has had his bid to appeal over an eight-year sentence dismissed.
Tathra residents are returning to the NSW south coast holiday village as inquiries get underway into the weekend fire that destroyed dozens of homes.
A Canadian drug mule has blamed her role in a $21 million cocaine smuggling bid on her desire to take selfies "in exotic locations and post them on Instagram".
ANZ customers have received refunds totalling about $220 million over a variety of issues requiring remediation, the banking royal commission has heard.
The Queensland government has urged a court to order disgraced greyhound trainer Tom Noble's property be seized.