Canberra child abuse material 'addict' sentenced as judge issues warning to parents about internet use

A Canberra judge has urged parents to supervise their children's internet use, after sentencing a man who claimed to have become addicted to child pornography when he was exposed to it at the age of 13

Election results 2019: Anthony Albanese in pole position for Labor leadership after Jim Chalmers withdraws

Queensland MP Jim Chalmers has declared he will not run for the Labor leadership

Mr Chalmers wrote on Twitter that he had given the possibility very careful consideration, but had decided against it

Albion Park Rail crash: Two arrested following fatal smash that killed Daniel Merrett

Police have arrested two of the three people wanted for the alleged fight, car chase and fatal smash that claimed the life of a father on a NSW highway

Chris Bowen pulls out of Labor leadership battle after party's election defeat

Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen has abandoned his bid to lead Labor just a day after announcing his candidacy

NDIS fraud used to buy luxury cars, as police label those accused 'despicable, selfish'

NSW Police have cracked an organised criminal syndicate they claim defrauded more than 70 people of National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) payments to buy items such as luxury cars

Former Catholic priest Vincent Ryan to return to jail for sexually abusing two boys

A former priest who finished a 14-year prison sentence for abusing more than 30 boys will return to jail after being found guilty of abusing another two altar boys

Ex-WA Police sergeant charged over Fremantle arrest after CCC report alleging excessive force

A 45-year-old former WA Police sergeant has been charged with assault following an internal review into the arrest of a man in Fremantle

Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen to run for Labor leader

Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen will nominate for Labor's leadership, setting up a battle with fellow frontbencher Anthony Albanese

Jim Chalmers willing to battle Anthony Albanese for Labor leadership in federal election 2019 aftermath


Labor frontbencher Jim Chalmers is seriously considering a tilt at the Labor leadership in competition with Anthony Albanese

Man shot dead by police at Sydney's Central Station 'may have suffered psychosis'


A man fatally shot by police at Sydney's busy Central Station was running towards an officer shouting "I'm going to kill you", an inquest has heard

First person charged under WA revenge porn laws set to plead guilty over Instagram images

A Perth man is planning to plead guilty to distributing intimate images of his ex-girlfriend by posting them on Instagram in a first for WA's new revenge porn laws

Accused carjacker faces court after bystanders trap him in car he was allegedly trying to steal


A Canberra man arrested after members of the public intervened to end an alleged crime spree across the city's south has appeared in court with his hands in shackles and a bandage on a wound on his face

الائتلاف يحصل على المقاعد اللازمة لتشكيل حكومة أغلبية بعد الفوز بوينتورث


حصل الائتلاف الحاكم اليوم على المقاعد اللازمة لتشكيل حكومة أغلبية بعدما أظهرت النتائج هذا الصباح حصول مرشح الأحرار على مقعد وينتورث

Labor leadership race begins in earnest as Albanese joins three-way tussle


Anthony Albanese becomes the first to officially enter the race for the Labor Party's top job, while deputy leader Tanya Plibersek says she is "considering" running

Election results 2019: Scott Morrison's Coalition wins, Bill Shorten to stand down in wake of defeat for Labor

Bill Shorten has conceded defeat after voters delivered a surprise win to Scott Morrison's Coalition

د. مصطفى يوسف اللداوي: قطيش يلوثُ الحريري ويسئ إلى لبنان

لا أعتقد أن دولة الرئيس سعد الدين الحريري، اللبناني العربي الحر الشريف، رئيس حكومة لبنان العربي الأصيل، ابن الرئيس الشهيد الكبير رفيق الحريري،يقبل بتصريحات مارقٍ مندسٍ،  يسئ فيها إلى المقاومة العربية، ويتطاول على المقاومة الفلسطينية

One-punch attacker sentenced to five years for 'reckless, thuggish' act caught on CCTV

A Melbourne man who punched a stranger in an unprovoked act of rage has been described as a reckless thug and handed a five-year jail term

Bob Hawke, Australia's 23rd prime minister, dies aged 89

Bob Hawke, Australia's 23rd prime minister and Labor Party legend, has died at the age of 89

Lack of staff behind chemical sedation of patients in aged care facilities, royal commission hears

A nurse has told the Royal Commission into Aged Care, there is no excuse for chemically sedating people and it is often done only because of a lack of staff

Man shot by police after confrontation outside Campbelltown train station


NSW Police have shot a man who ran at them with a knife outside a train station in Sydney's south west