The family of indigenous teen Kumanjayi Walker who was shot dead at the weekend are asking why his Aboriginal police officer uncle was not sent in to negotiate or a Taser used by a policeman instead of a gun.
The mangled metal Thomas Eveans holds aloft looks like a piece of obscure modern art.
Labor is demanding an inquiry into a regional jobs fund that handed out cash to projects against the advice of department officials.
Victoria Police has urged a coroner to dismiss the "opinions" of Yorta Yorta woman Tanya Day's family, who want individual officers to be criminally investigated over her death in custody.
The deputy prime minister has launched a full-throated attack against the "disgraceful, disgusting" behaviour of "raving inner-city lunatics" linking climate change to bushfires in Queensland and NSW.
A ranger has freed himself from the jaws of a crocodile by poking it in the eye before driving for an hour to get help in Queensland's remote far north.
Qantas has become the second airline to commit to zero net emissions by 2050 amid mounting scrutiny of the aviation industry's carbon footprint.
Jordan's king has announced "full sovereignty" over two pieces of land leased by Israel, ending a 25-year arrangement that was part of the countries' landmark peace agreement.
The traditions of Remembrance Day must be passed down through schools to ensure students understand the sacrifice of Australian servicemen and women, a guest at the Adelaide service says.
The Australian dream of a free-standing house and a small patch of green on the backyard is still alive, while the size of our houses has shrunk.