National selector Mark Waugh has confirmed Josh Hazlewood is a serious contender to make a Test debut this summer.
China is seeking the extradition and seizure of assets of corrupt officials who have fled to Australia with illicit funds running into the hundreds of millions of dollars.
Police will be able to enter domestic violence scenes with body-mounted cameras and capture abused victims, crying children, smashed-up rooms and any other signs of abuse, under legislation to be introduced to state parliament on Tuesday.
One of the members of the Abbott government's review panel that called for an end to renewable energy support has bought solar panels despite advocating the end of such subsidies.
Australian special forces officers are expected to arrive in Baghdad within days, in preparation for advising Iraqi troops from the elite Counter Terrorism Service (CTS) in their fight against the Islamic State.
Elective surgery waiting times in NSW public hospitals remain the longest in the country, but the majority of patients are having operations sooner than they would have a year ago, a new national report shows.
An elderly woman's bedroom has been destroyed after a mobile crane skidded off the road and into her home in Sydney's West.
Waratahs coach Michael Cheika confirms he has been offered the Wallabies coaching job.
Vigilante, militiaman, concerned citizen and "king of the rat run", Russell Howarth has started a turf war with hire car service UberX.
After many hours of discussion, the principal owner of Melbourne Cup favourite Admire Rakti will allow his horse to start in the $6.2 million Melbourne Cup.