Hit-run fugitive Puneet Puneet, captured last week after more than four years on the run, will not fight his extradition to Australia his father says, but Naresh Rawel fears his 'victim' son will not be safe in an Australian prison.
Senior coalition minister Mathias Cormann urges unnamed colleagues to “back off” from their destructive media attacks on the Prime Minister’s chief of staff Peta Credlin.
Australia's domestic spy agency ASIO has suddenly cancelled the passports of 20 men from across western Sydney, accusing them of being prepared to ''engage in politically motivated violence'' if they were allowed to travel overseas or of having a ''jihadi mentality'' making them a threat to national security.
Australia's domestic spy agency has cancelled the passports of 20 men from western Sydney.
For some members of Parliament, office decorations can be a little off the wall.
Gone are the days when parents relied on friends and neighbours to look after their children while they worked.
Art theft is worth $6 billion a year and stolen paintings are seldom recovered, but Australian police are about to step up their response.
The back cover of John Marsden's first book in seven years, The Year My Life Broke, contains the warning: ''This book is not a fantasy. It contains no superheroes, wizards, dragons, time travel, aliens or magic.''
Prime Minister Tony Abbott's announcement that the government would honour contracts signed by the previous government to raise childcare wages has only added to the confusion engulfing the sector.
An internal investigation will look at why police failed to act on the reported abuse of a seven-year-old just before he died from injuries initially blamed on a pogo stick accident, but later resulting in murder charges for the mother and her boyfriend.
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