Prime MInister Malcolm Turnbull has been advised to keep the debate about power bills separate to that of meeting Australia's emissions targets.
Senior Gold Coast police officer, Superintendent Michelle Stenner, is due to face the Brisbane Magistrates Court charged with perjury and misconduct offences.
The OECD has warned central banks to tread carefully when raising interest rates, questioning the sustainability of the global economic expansion.
Australian Rugby Union chief Bill Pulver faced a grilling over the axing of the Western Force and future of the sport at a Senate hearing in Perth.
The appeal against the sentencing of the Salt Creek attacker Roman Heinze has begun in Adelaide.
A public inquest will not be held into a bushfire that destroyed 116 homes on Victoria's surf coast on Christmas Day 2015.
A man has told the Shirley Finn inquest he saw a small green car next to her vehicle on the day her body was found and a policeman told him to "watch his back".
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has highlighted the importance of building trust with voters in her State of the State speech.
There have been more ups and downs during New Zealand's election campaign than anyone could have reasonably predicted and the outcome is anyone's guess.
Telstra chief executive Andy Penn says he had some sleepless nights as he considered the company's plan to cut payouts to shareholders.
One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts will be questioned by government lawyers in the High Court over his British citizenship.
Hurricane Maria, the devastating storm pushing north-west through the Caribbean, has landed in Puerto Rico.
Ben Cousins has been told by a Perth magistrate it was lucky he didn't kill someone when he crashed his car head-on into a truck while high on meth.
The ACCC has asked the Productivity Commission to look at whether regulation is giving Australia's giant lenders an unfair advantage over their smaller rivals.
A Brazilian student jailed for driving drunk with eight passengers in his car in Sydney has been sentenced to an 18-month good behaviour bond on appeal.
The prime minister says there is unity within the government on putting in place a long-term energy policy beyond the renewable energy target.
Two protesters have unfurled a banner on the front awning of DFAT's office in Canberra calling on Australia to sign the nuclear weapons ban treaty.