A new ''biometric'' identification system designed to thwart the use of false passports by terrorists such as Khaled Sharrouf will be introduced to airports around the country.
Confidence is growing that a workable deal could be salvaged on Australia's renewable energy target with suggestions the Abbott government will give ground amid a backlash from industry and backbench MPs.
With a motor scooter affixed to an outside awning, Jamie's Trattoria is aiming to bring a version of his Italian-style eating to Sydney's west.
For Tim Hamilton, 46, who grew up without a father, "every day is Father's Day".
Four days after the Rozelle inferno in which three people including a one-year-old boy were killed, investigators are stalled by the lingering threat of asbestos and further building collapses.
A man has been refused bail after allegedly exchanging counterfeit American currency for more than $30,000 in Australian tender, with the intention of exchanging up to $US100,000 ($106,000) more.
John Howard and Malcolm Fraser reflect on the government's record since it took power a year ago.
A New Zealand guard accused of brutalising asylum seekers during a riot at Manus Island detention centre has described how he feared for his life and "did what I had to do" to restore order.
Melanoma has gone from being Australia's national shame to the poster child of cancer treatment in less than half a decade, since new ways of attacking cancer have been developed.
One owns an island, another half a dozen rental properties, and the third a block of flats.