Donald Trump isn't even telling his top advisers what his decision on the Iran nuclear deal is.
The federal health department will investigate reports of the use of unqualified and trainee doctors under the after-hours GP service.
In its first official response to Donald Trump's threats, North Korea's foreign minister has described his UN speech as "the sound of a dog barking".
As the European Union continues to muddle through its migrant crisis, Australia's border protection policies have attracted some interest.
Rescuers are trying to free a girl trapped under a school in Mexico city after the earthquake that has killed 230 people.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says he can't support the Queensland Labor government's power plan.
Nationals MP Trevor Khan has introduced voluntary assisted dying laws to the NSW parliament.
One Nation's Malcolm Roberts sent two messages inquiring about his British citizenship to email addresses that did not exist, the High Court has heard.
The rights of Kiwis living in Australia has become an issue in the New Zealand election thanks to tough talk from the new opposition leader.
Victoria Police will get clearer shoot-to-kill powers and the ability to hold terror suspects in detention for up to four days under sweeping reforms.
A new study has identified thousands of sites suitable for pumped hydro storage systems that could jointly support Australia having entirely renewable energy.
The ACCC is appealing the Federal Court's August decision to dismiss its allegations that Medibank misled customers over certain changes.
Commonwealth Bank has agreed to sell its CommInsure Life insurance business and NZ equivalent Sovereign for $3.8 billion to Asia's AIA.
Soul Pattinson says gains across major players in its investment portfolio including TPG Telecom and New Hope helped boost profit 59.1 per cent to $282 million.
We were treated to the new and third season of The Bachelorette last night, starring Sophie Monk. . 18 men were introduced to Sophie one-by-one wooing her with gifts and tricks in the hope to spark some interest and become memorable. . Unfortunately
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has met "first daughter" Ivanka Trump, whom she described as "charming, delightful", as well as other key figures at the UN.
Julie Bishop has offered Australia's condolences to her Mexican counterpart after a 7.1 earthquake, which has claimed the lives of at least 225 people.