Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the Australian economy has been remarkably resilient as it recovers from last year's recession and believes the government's support measures have made a big difference.
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has been accused of bullying staff and "destroying" one individual, ahead of her "tell-all" television interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Scientists have for the first time quantified the toll of a deadly facial cancer disease which has decimated the Tasmanian devil population.
A taxi driver has managed to drive himself to hospital after he was caught up in the brazen daylight shooting of a bikie outside at a home in Sydney's northwest.
Embattled former NSW minister John Sidoti has moved to the cross bench after the state's corruption watchdog announced it would hold a public inquiry into his property dealings.
Attorney-General Christian Porter has denied he raped a woman more than three decades ago.
Six children's books written by Dr Seuss decades ago have been pulled from publication because they contain racist and insensitive imagery, the company formed to preserve the author's legacy says.
Of all Australia's creepy crawlies, slithering snakes and cursed crocs, it's the humble bee which sends the most locals to hospital each year.
Victoria's state of emergency will be extended for another nine months after the government secured the support of three crossbench MPs.
Australia's farm production has been forecast to soar to a record high on the back of a remarkable turnaround from a crippling drought.