Liam Gallagher's first-ever solo show will be played in Manchester and proceeds will go to the families of the concert bombing victims.
A lawyer for Jared Kushner says he's willing to co-operate with federal investigators looking into ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.
The WA government says a decision on shipbuilding contracts is not "done and dusted", and it will lobby Canberra to give it work due to go to South Australia.
Labor leader Bill Shorten has accused the federal government of trying to buy doctors' silence with its May budget, labelling it "cash for no comment".
Homes have been evacuated after police found 'potentially suspicious' items in a house in Wigan, 40km northwest of Manchester.
British police investigating the Manchester Arena bombing have carried out fresh raids and arrested another man, while eight remain in custody.
The prime minister is steering clear of an investigation into whether Pauline Hanson's One Nation failed to properly disclose use of an aircraft.
A relative of the Manchester bomber says he was upset by the killing of a Muslim friend whose death he believed went unnoticed by 'infidels' in the UK.
The alleged Bourke St killer has gone on a strange rant in a Melbourne court blaming a secret society for "everything that has happened".
Barbara McCulkin's nephew has appealed for information about her remains and those of her daughters after Vincent O'Dempsey was found guilty of their murders.
Former NSW minister Ian Macdonald and ex-union boss John Maitland have had their bail revoked before their sentencing for misconduct in public office
Vietnam has recently been revealed to be the world's third-most prolific executioner but death row remains a place full of secrets.
The ACCC has finalised rules around non-NBN high-speed internet providers, setting their prices to move in line with the National Broadband Network.
Vincent O'Dempsey, 78, has been found guilty of the 1974 murders of Brisbane woman Barbara McCulkin and her two daughters Vicki, 13, and Leanne, 11.
Lawyers investigating whether Dick Smith electronics misled shareholders about its finances say they are close to launching class action.