PREMIER Nathan Rees yesterday used his executive powers to end plans by ministers to replace him, stripping key plotters Tony Kelly and Ian Macdonald of portfolios
A leading Muslim spokesman has criticised new NSW laws that enshrine the rights of staff to refuse to work on Christian-orientated public holidays
ONE person is believed dead and a child injured in a collision between two cars and a bus carrying 40 children near Lucas Heights in Sydney's south west this morning
THE Prime Minister's website has been hacked in protest over proposed reforms of internet censorship.
MILITARY weapons including grenade launchers and ammunition have been seized during a police raid in Sydney's Eastern suburbs
BALACLAVA-clad students jeered as frightened children stood outside the gates of their government high school yesterday with signs reading "Stop the violence"
WOMEN should be able to serve in all frontline combat units of the Australian Defence Force under a controversial recruitment plan
أعادت الحكومة الفيدرالية الأسترالية إدراج أسماء أربع منظمات أجنبية فى قائمة المنظمات الإرهابية من بينهم حركة حماس
SIX people have potentially been exposed to the deadly Hendra virus after a horse on a north Queensland property tested positive to the disease
A CORRUPTION probe into $7 million of NSW government contracts has recommended criminal charges be laid against a former state employee, his wife and a contractor
THE iconic image of camel rides at sunset on Broome's Cable Beach is in jeopardy as a long-running feud between tour operators heads for the courts.
A crowd of more than 150 turned on officers from the Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad as they executed search warrants on homes in Cumberland Rd and Normanby St, Auburn.
A SHOWDOWN is looming in the Senate on the treatment of asylum seekers with attention to focus on whether any coalition senators cross the floor
THE domestic terminal at Perth Airport was evacuated this morning after a suspicious package was discovered in the building
DOZENS of residents have had to be evacuated from a Marsfield unit block after fire tore through a top-floor apartment
FEDERAL MPs will be stripped of generous printing and other entitlements as part of a Rudd Government blueprint to end electioneering rorts.
EXHAUSTED doctors have confessed to killing and harming patients, falling asleep during surgery and crashing their cars because of marathon shifts