Paul Keating says raising superannuation to 12 per cent will 'barely cut it'

Former prime minister Paul Keating has rejected a Grattan Institute report that suggested scrapping plans to raise compulsory super payments from 9.5 per cent to 12 per cent, and raising the retirement age to 70

Bourke Street driver James Gargasoulas found guilty of six murders

Bourke Street driver James Gargasoulas has been found guilty of murdering six pedestrians and recklessly injuring another 27 when he sped along a footpath in Melbourne's CBD last year

'Popular and hardworking' Victorian worker dies after explosion at Yallourn Power Station

A man has died in hospital today after an explosion at the Yallourn Power Station, in Victoria's east

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Man killed during riot in Ali Curung, as cars set on fire and up to 100 reported fighting

A man has been killed and at least one other has been injured after fighting broke out in a remote Northern Territory community, which was already in mourning following the death of four locals last week

Labor wants ATO to appeal to taxpayers' sense of fairness

Shadow Treasurer Andrew Leigh has announced that Labor, if elected, would set up a new office of the evaluator general, based within Treasury, that would work with other departments including the Australian Taxation Office

Murdered mother's last relationship, bag found at crime scene, of interest to police

Queensland police want to know more about Constance (Connie) Watcho's last known relationship after her remains were found at Kangaroo Point cliffs near the Brisbane River in September

Ballarat police officer found guilty of assault against woman in custody, jury discharged over other counts

A jury has found a police officer guilty of assaulting a female prisoner while she was face down in the Ballarat police cells in 2015

Strawberry needle contamination: Accused woman motivated by spite, court hears

A farm supervisor who allegedly put needles in strawberries did so out of spite, a Brisbane court has heard

Strawberry needle contamination scare: Queensland woman charged after months-long investigation

A 50-year-old woman has been arrested and charged over the strawberry contamination scare that began in south-east Queensland in September

Police fatally shoot man under guard at Ipswich Hospital

A Queensland police officer has shot dead 28-year-old Tyson Jessen while he was under guard at Ipswich Hospital, west of Brisbane

Woman dies after minivan carrying six people rolls

A woman has died and two others were seriously injured after a minivan left the road and rolled in Coffs Harbour on Saturday afternoon

Motorbiker crashes, allegedly enters houses 'armed' with screwdriver

A motorcyclist who was involved in a car accident allegedly entered houses and a business armed with a screwdriver, in an apparent attempt to locate a getaway vehicle, in Sydney's west on Saturday afternoon

Sharp objects found in South Australian strawberries

Sharp objects were found in strawberries in the Adelaide suburb of Salisbury and in South Australia's Clare Valley yesterday

Runaway, driverless train failed to respond to emergency stop attempt, interim report finds

A driverless train which had to be forcibly derailed when it got out of control would not respond to attempts to stop it leaving the yard, an interim report has found

Police urge public to avoid Melbourne CBD after car fire in Bourke St

Firefighters have responded to reports of a car fire at Bourke Street in Melbourne's CBD, where a significant amount of smoke can be seen

Luke Foley resigns as NSW Labor Leader following ABC journalist's statement


Luke Foley has resigned as New South Wales Labor leader, telling a news conference he could not contest the upcoming election while fighting "false" claims made by an ABC reporter, who says he put his hand inside her underpants at a Christmas party.

NSW Government commits $712 million to public school fund, signs up to federal deal

The New South Wales Government will dip into its own pocket to help fund public schools, announcing a new $712 million "equity fund" to stop government schools becoming "second-class citizens".The new fund

Queensland tourism operators in uncharted waters after third Cid Harbour shark attack

As arguments continue over what needs to be done in response to a fatal shark attack at Cid Harbour in the Whitsundays, Queensland tourism operators say it is too early to tell if the recent spate of shark attacks will hit visitor numbers

RBA shrugs off falling house prices, weak inflation to keep rates on hold at 1.5pc

Falling house prices and continued low inflation have not altered the Reserve Bank's determination to keep its current interest rate settings