The number of unregistered vehicles detected on ACT roads has gone up in the first 12 months following the ACT Government's decision to scrap registration renewal stickers.
The photographer of an image shared on social media by Senator Jacqui Lambie as part of an online campaign to "ban the burqa" has accused the Tasmanian Senator of desecrating the image of an Afghanistan police woman who was murdered by the Taliban.
Hundreds of Muslims have taken part in a social media campaign that aims to reclaim the religious symbol hijacked by ISIS, following calls to ban the display of the symbol in New South Wales.
Readers are invited to share their photos of Lake Burley Griffin as part of the Our Lake – 50 years photo competition, which runs till the end of October.
Addressing the United Nations Security Council, the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, has singled out Australia for thanks for its commitment of forces to combat Islamic State militants in Iraq.
The pioneering Australian IVF and stem cell scientist Alan Trounson has warned of a "catastrophic event" in Australian science unless more is done to support early career scientists and prevent them leaving research in droves.
Funding cuts to aged care are hitting the nation's nursing homes hard, with some operators wondering how they will continue certain services after the government axed its $16 a day supplement for dementia patients.
The Australian Crime Commission is preparing to launch a nationwide crackdown on bikies that will target multiple clubs simultaneously in every state and territory.
Treasurer Joe Hockey says he expects Russia to attend the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Brisbane in November despite concerns over its actions in Ukraine
Palmer United Party leader Clive Palmer has declared his party will oppose "everything" in the government's social security budget bills that are due to be debated this week, setting his party on another colision course with the Coalition in the Senate.