A drunk nurse who drove a car with just two tyres kilometres down a Sydney motorway has claimed he was just looking for a place to pull over.
Unfair dismissal laws could be overhauled as the Morrison government sharpens its focus on Australia's workplace rules.
Tasmanian energy bosses are planning to link the island with the mainland through a series of power generation cables, as the nation shifts from coal-fired plants to renewable energy.
The "quiet Australians" are still backing Israel Folau's bid to raise $3 million for his legal battle against Rugby Australia after ANZ bank denied pressuring netball officials over his wife's support.
A country NSW community is in mourning after twin sisters and their brother were engulfed by an inferno that ripped through their family home as "heroic" neighbours desperately battled the flames with garden hoses.
Stephen Kearney says Matt Lodge's bulk and quality would be warmly welcomed by the Warriors after conceding they've made a play for the Brisbane prop.
Sidelined St George Illawarra star Jack de Belin will have to wait at least another seven weeks before his appeal against the NRL's contentious stand-down policy is heard in the Federal Court.
Synthetic opioid use is booming, with a new crisis emerging in parts of Africa, according to a world wide drug report by the United Nations.
Comedian Bill Cosby has filed an appeal against the sex assault conviction that landed him in prison, complaining the testimony of five other accusers was "strikingly dissimilar" and should not have been aired in court.
A review of the Northern Territory's parole system, ordered after this month's shooting rampage in which four people died, has found many parolees breaching conditions and not being properly drug or alcohol-tested.