A Melbourne jury will continue discussing whether Bourke Street murder-accused James "Dimitrious" Gargasoulas is mentally fit to stand trial.
The ride operators working on a Dreamworld attraction when four people died following a malfunction will give evidence at a Queensland inquest on Wednesday.
Shoppers at Woolworths stores will no longer be given free single-use plastic bags from Wednesday as part of a new ban introduced by the retail giant.
Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins will lead an inquiry into sexual harassment in Australian workplaces.
Australians are more distrustful of the United States' ability to act responsibly in the world than at any point in the past 12 years, a new poll shows.
Crowds at the Royal Ascot races have cheered the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they joined the Queen for the opening day's carriage procession.
A NSW coroner has found the police response to a 2012 siege in which a police officer was fatally stabbed was flawed with no proper risk assessment.
Dozens of passengers are missing after a ferry sank in the popular tourist spot of Lake Toba in Indonesia, with only 18 people rescued and one killed so far.
An Australian performance artist has spoken of trucks rumbling overhead during 72 hours spent buried under a Hobart road as part of Dark Mofo.
The Australian Industry Group has taken aim at the Australian Council of Trade Unions' claim workers are increasingly in insecure work.
ABC boss Michelle Guthrie has slammed calls from within the Liberal Party of Australia to sell the public broadcaster.
The NSW government will set up a special fund for future generations, with at least half of the interest earned to go towards community projects.
What we learned, heard and were amused by in question time on Tuesday.
Key details in the case of Adelaide Archbishop Wilson who has been found guilty of concealing child sex crimes.
Properties connected to Salim Mehajer have been targeted in raids across Sydney, instigated by his bankruptcy's trustee.
Labor and the coalition have exchanged barbs as the federal opposition launched a fresh bid to avert more cuts to penalty rates that are due next month.
A little less than 10 per cent of Australia's senators are sitting in parliament with different political allegiances than they held at the 2016 election.