Police start new search at missing woman Lyn Dawson's home


NSW Police have commenced a forensic search at the former home of Lynette Dawson in Bayview, on Sydney's northern beaches

re-instatement of Malek Fahd Islamic School’s funding

Muslims Australia – AFIC  is  pleased to see reports today that the    Commonwealth has    
agreed to re-instate funding to the Malek Fahd Islamic School (MFIS).        MFIS is animportant community institution and for it to have its immediate future

Questions over 'war on drugs' as data shows NSW drug busts were accidentally counted twice

Data used to back up the use of drug sniffer dogs at music festivals and praise police busts has been "double counted", raising questions over the legitimacy of drug-related strategies in NSW

'Up to' five people, including women and children, found dead at Perth home

Multiple bodies were found at a home in Coode Street in Bedford after a man went to a regional West Australian police station

Liberals lose Wagga Wagga state seat held for more than 60 years

The Liberals have lost the 2018 Wagga Wagga state by-election in NSW, ABC election analyst Antony Green has said

Investigation into Sydney's underworld killings uncovers 'mafia-like' syndicates

New South Wales detectives have charged a number of people who they allege were core members of a violent crime syndicate behind to the city's spate of underworld killings

Residents furious after builder being pursued over combustible cladding goes into administration


Residents in apartments bound in combustible cladding fear they will have no option but to pay millions of dollars to make their homes safe again, after construction company Hickory placed its subsidiary, H Buildings, into voluntary administration

Melbourne police release vision of street attack near MCG after AFL match

Victoria Police has released footage of a "vicious" bashing near the MCG that left a man with serious facial injuries and another with a broken arm after last night's AFL qualifying final in Melbourne

Sydney driver killed 'days before due to have Takata airbag replaced'

A Sydney driver was due to have a faulty Takata airbag replaced two days before he was killed in a car accident, a court has heard

Sydney Harbour Tunnel closed southbound after motorcycle crash

A crash involving a motorcycle has forced the Sydney Harbour Tunnel to close southbound on Friday afternoon

Police car involved in crash was looking for driver on mobile phone

A highway patrol car was searching for a driver reportedly using a mobile phone before it collided with a Mercedes in Cronulla on Wednesday, police have confirmed

Human remains found in North Qld identified


Queensland police have confirmed human remains found on a remote North Queensland mountain range are that of a slain wife and mother

Man found with 200 guns at a Sydney home

NSW Police believe a former prison guard who had dozens of high-powered guns found at this Sydney property may have been preparing for a mass shooting

ASIC launches legal action against NAB

The corporate watchdog ASIC has launched legal action against NAB over the fees-for-no-service scandal engulfing the organisation

Box Hill crane accident: Melbourne worker killed, two men injured on construction site

A man has been killed and two others are injured after a tub of concrete fell from a crane at a construction site in Melbourne's east

ANZ, CBA follow Westpac and lift variable mortgage rates

ANZ has become the second major bank to raise home loan interest rates, despite no move on the horizon from the Reserve Bank, with the Commonwealth Bank following just minutes later

Man charged with murder after discovery of woman's body at Carlisle house during search

The body of a woman was discovered at a Perth house on Wednesday where police investigating the disappearance of a 32-year-old had spent the day

Scott Morrison scraps Government plans to raise pension age to 70

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has dumped the plan to raise the pension age to 70, announcing the decision on breakfast television even before Cabinet has formally agreed to it

Peter Dutton's au pair interventions slammed by former Immigration insiders

Former senior immigration officials have spoken out against Peter Dutton's decision to free two foreign nannies from immigration detention

Australia's economic growth jumps to 3.4 per cent in the June quarter

Australian economic growth has picked up pace, growing by 3.4 per cent in the year to the end of June fuelled by consumer spending and financed by shrinking household savings