Indonesia appears to be moving towards an annual figure for the import of live cattle with an upbeat Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce announcing "I know the outcome but I am not going to say what it is" following a meeting in Jakarta.
Ava Benny-Morrison The brother of two teenagers questioned over the shooting death of NSW Police accountant Curtis Cheng has denied his siblings had any influence over the radicalised gunman.
Melanie Kembrey and Jacob Saulwick Lucy Turnbull has made her thoughts on the construction of a rail line to Badgerys Creek clear, as Commonwealth government holds back from funding commitment.
Anna Patty Power supply companies will face workers in the Fair Work Commission on Friday over a proposal that would allow the companies to sack workers instead of seeking voluntary redundancies.
Anna Patty BlueScope steel workers who accepted pay cuts and job losses to help save the company have set a precedent that other distressed companies may seek to follow.
Louise Hall A Sydney man accused of throwing a "haymaker" punch that floored a bouncer has been described as "the nicest guy in the world".
Bottle-O driver David Reynolds has been fined $25,000 following "disgraceful" comments made during a press conference about an all female team.
Bianca Hall PNG Chief Magistrate suspended
Ross Peake Refugee whistle blower speaks out ahead of Canberra rally
Daniel Flitton The head of Australia Post has called on business and government to offer work traineeships to young Muslims as way of countering the lure of extremism.
A taxi driver from Blacktown put his best foot forward after he won the opportunity to become an ...
Blacktown community members stepped out on the bowling green last Friday at the Blacktown Bowl Over Stigma event.