Patrick Dodson will be Bill Shorten's indigenous affairs minister if Labor wins power, making him the only First Australian to hold the role.
The first bit of pressure in the election campaign has been applied and the two leaders are showing what they're made of.
Tens of thousands more Australians landed a job in March and Jobs Minister Kelly O'Dwyer says that's just another notch in the coalition's belt when it comes to employment figures.
The 2019 federal election will cost about $300 million but the man in charge says it's good value for money.
Indian mining company Adani didn't accept expert scientific advice on how to limit the environmental impact of its Carmichael coal mine, documents have revealed.
Police are warning drivers to be on their best behaviour on NSW roads as double demerits kick in ahead of the Easter long weekend.
A bizarre Frankenstein-style experiment has breathed life into the brains of pigs four hours after death.
Taylor Swift, television journalist Gayle King and soccer star Mohamed Salah are among the six famous faces featured on the covers of Time's annual "100 Most Influential People in the World" issue.
NRL CEO Todd Greenberg has revealed a conversation with his daughter's friends who told him they were being turned off rugby league helped convince him to push through the game's controversial "no fault" stand-down rules.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has questioned Bill Shorten's credibility after the Labor leader admitted he should have chosen his words more carefully when he said the party would not increase taxes on superannuation.