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NSW Premier ‘squibbed it’ on John Barilaro: Labor

Labor has criticised the NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet for failing to sack John Barilaro from...

Australia’s carbon credit scheme to be reviewed: Chris Bowen

Australia’s carbon credits scheme will be reviewed by an independent panel after concerns were raised...

No easy decision on submarines deal: Richard Marles

A decision on whether Australia would choose US or UK-made nuclear submarines as part of...

John Barilaro steps away from New York trade job

Former NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro has stepped aside from his new trade role based...

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk faces up to integrity review

The Queensland government will release cabinet papers within 30 days instead of 30 years, in...

Striking teachers march to NSW parliament

Thousands of NSW public and Catholic school teachers have rallied in Sydney’s CBD demanding better...

John Barilaro changed rules before taking job

The chosen candidate for a plum overseas trade role was dumped after changes requested by...

New bee zones established after more mite finds

NSW authorities racing to stop the spread of the deadly varroa mite threatening the bee...

Calls for more accessible abortion in Australia

Australia should approach all aspects of reproductive health holistically and ensure abortion is accessible to...

Former Sydney bikie Yusuf Nazlioglu dies in ‘targeted’ shooting

A former Lone Wolf bikie who died after being gunned down in a car park...

Man shot by police in Melbourne’s north

A man shot by police in Melbourne’s north had confronted detectives while armed with a...

Positive signs ahead for Australian motorists

The national average for unleaded petrol struck its second highest level in history last week,...

NSW deputy premier questioned John Barilaro hiring for US trade job

NSW Deputy Premier Paul Toole questioned whether his predecessor, former Member for Monaro, John Barilaro,...

Arrests as climate protesters block Sydney Harbour Tunnel

A woman who chained herself to the steering wheel of her car and blocked the...

Brittany Higgins ruling won’t delay respect report

A delay in the Brittany Higgins case is not expected to impact the implementation of...

PM Anthony Albanese defends crossbench staff cut proposal

Crossbenchers angry about a proposal to reduce their staff numbers will have the support they...

NSW limits bee movements after mite alert

An emergency biosecurity zone has been imposed to stop the movement of bees across NSW...

John Barilaro Ney York appointment facing dual inquiries

Former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro’s appointment to an overseas posting he created that would...

Many Australian businesses struggling to find staff

Almost one third of businesses in Australia are struggling to find staff, either due to...

NT man run down by stolen ute as violent social unrest spreads

Three men accused of running down another man with a stolen ute have faced court as...

John Barilaro temporarily blocked from NYC job

Former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro has been temporarily blocked from taking up a taxpayer-funded...

La Nina ends, but could return later this year

La Niña has officially ended after a shift in the Pacific Ocean, but meteorologists warn...

NSW inquiry into John Barilaro’s US role amid ‘job for mates’ claims

The appointment of former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro to a taxpayer-funded job in New York...

Planned $100b green overhaul of Australia’s heavy industries

Australia’s heavy industries have joined forces to devise a $100 billion plan to go green...

Obese children develop poorer brain function: 30-year study

Inactive and obese children are more likely to have poorer brain function in middle age...

Lego Masters’ Hamish Blake wins Gold Logie

Hamish Blake has won the Gold Logie for the most popular personality on Australian television....

Qantas, Airbus to accelerate Australia’s aviation biofuel industry

Qantas and Airbus will invest close to $300 million to accelerate Australia’s sustainable aviation biofuel...

Labor committed to lowering electricity bills

The Labor government is standing by the modelling it took to the May federal election...

Wages growth not fuelling inflation: Employment Minister Tony Burke

Employment Minister Tony Burke does not believe wages growth is about to further fuel inflation,...

Subtropical coral Sydney Harbour’s new underwater invader

Not since World War II have Sydneysiders had to worry about underwater invaders in their...

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