Sydney train delays expected after police operation at Redfern station

Major delays are continuing on Sydney's trains this afternoon after a police operation at Redfern station triggered the power to be switched off across the network

Bill Shorten 'misheard' superannuation question on election campaign trail, Labor forced to clarify policy

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has admitted he should have been clearer about Labor's superannuation policy, arguing he misheard or misunderstood the question

Childers man who snatched sleeping child from her home jailed for four years

A man who climbed through a window to abduct a three-year-old girl from her Childers home, south-west of Bundaberg, has been sentenced to four-and-a-half years' jail but will be eligible for parole in August due to time already served

Ballarat bushfire prompts emergency warning at Mount Clear and Sebastopol

An out-of-control bushfire is threatening properties south of Ballarat, in central Victoria, and residents have been urged to leave before it is too late

Brisbane doctor's killer still on the run

The person or people responsible for shooting a Brisbane doctor dead in his garage while his family were home remain on the run

Stoush over Labor cancer plan funding

Labor has attempted to hose down the coalition's claim there's a $6 billion shortfall in its promise to improve Medicare's coverage of cancer services

Qld Health warns about measles danger

Queenslanders have been warned about the dangers of measles and overseas travel after more than half of the 12 cases already diagnosed this year were linked to overseas trips

Homeowner says he told police of threats before his house was destroyed by fire

Police are investigating reports that a man had made threats to burn down a house that was this morning destroyed by fire at Crestmead, south of Brisbane

US man charged with murder of Thai national jailed until next court date

An American father charged with the murder of a Thai man in western Sydney last year will remain behind bars until his next court appearance at the beginning of June

'It's been a long process': Almost 170 Opal Tower apartments still empty, repairs only just beginning

Almost half of the apartments in Sydney's troubled Opal Tower are still vacant, nearly four months after the building was first evacuated on Christmas Eve

A $100,000 reward for information about the 1998 handgun murder of a Sydney man

A $100,000 reward for information about the 1998 handgun murder of a Sydney man, Paul Stanton Burt remains in place

تراجع شعبية حزب باولين هانسن والعمال في الصدارة

أظهر اخر استطلاعات الرأي تراجع دعم الناخبين لحزب امة واحدة الذي تتزعمه السيناتور باولين هانسن فيما عزز حزب العمال لصدارته على اساس قاعدة التفضيل

Boys aged 7 and 9 die in quad bike accidents in rural WA and Tasmania

Two young boys have died in quad bike accidents on rural properties on opposite sides of the country

Police close in on trio who abducted and raped Melbourne teenager 30 years ago

Three men who abducted and raped a teenager in Melbourne more than 30 years ago have been warned by police: "We'll be coming to get you"

Man killed in nightclub shooting was security guard

A man killed in a shooting outside a nightclub in inner Melbourne is understood to be security guard Aaron Khalid Osmani

Deadly baby sleeper still available online despite urgent Australian recall

An American-made baby sleeper that is available online for as little as $45 and has been linked to more than 30 baby deaths in the US has been urgently recalled in Australia

Bound, gagged and blindfolded: Plea to solve rape of Victorian schoolgirl

Victoria Police are offering a $350,000 reward to help solve a case where an 18-year-old Melbourne schoolgirl was abducted off the street in South Yarra and raped more than 30 years ago

Melbourne shooting outside Prahran nightclub Love Machine leaves four men in hospital

Two men are fighting for life after a drive-by shooting outside a nightclub in Melbourne's inner south this morning

Peter Dutton apologises to Labor Dickson rival Ali France for disability comment

Chief executive of disability service group Community Connections Dougie Herd said Mr Dutton's comments were insensitive and offensive

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten also earlier said the comments were offensive and called on the Prime Minister to urge Mr Dutton to apologise

Man jailed for 44 years for murdering toddler who was repeatedly bitten and burned

A Sydney man has been sentenced to 44 years in jail for the murder of a two-year-old girl who was repeatedly beaten, bitten and burned with a cigarette lighter