Shorten backs climate change 'investments'

广东时时彩11选五 Labor Leader Bill Shorten has tried to change the conversation around his ambitious climate change policies, describing them as investments rather than costs.

Toddler snatched from dingo's jaws stable

A toddler rescued from a dingo's jaws after it dragged him from his bed on Fraser Island in Queensland is recovering after surgery.

Coalition launches health counter on Labor

The government has talked up record spending in the health sector, despite the opposition attacking Scott Morrison over cuts while he was treasurer.

Day 10 of the federal election campaign

What leaders Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten and their teams were up to in the federal election campaign.

Coal train activist's sanity questioned

A man has faced court following his five hour protest on a Queensland coal train, which cost the freight company $1.3 million

We're transparent on water purchases: PM

Prime Minister Scott Morrison insists there has been plenty of transparency over $80 million of water purchases under the Murray-Darling basin plan.

Cop stabbed with hunting knife in Sydney

A 30-year-old male constable has undergone surgery after he was stabbed in the back with a hunting knife at Sydney's Central railway station.

Vic man hit by car while fleeing police

A man has died after being hit by a car while fleeing a routine police traffic stop in Melbourne.

Shorten to 'stop the rot' on penalty rates

Penalty rate cuts will cost ordinary workers hundreds of dollars over Easter, Bill Shorten warns, as he resumes his federal election campaign after a day off.

Longer hours for Melb injecting room

Melbourne's safe injecting facilities will be open for an additional three hours a day once a new site opens in North Richmond later this year.

Facebook death tax campaign a lie: Shorten

Labor Leader Bill Shorten has called a social media campaign that his party would introduce a death tax a lie.

Teen dead, man critical in Tas crash

A teenage boy has died and a man is in a critical condition after their car ran off the road and hit a power pole in Tasmania.

Protesters to target SA racing event

The Oakbank Easter Carnival will again be the target of animal rights protesters, who say the event is cruel and should be stopped.

Police officer stabbed at Sydney's Central

A man has sustained injuries and been arrested after a police officer was stabbed in the back at Sydney's Central Station.

Two more arrested over Tas man's murder

Two more people have been arrested in connection to the murder of Jarrod Turner, whose body was found on a roadside north of Hobart.

Three charged for Brisbane doctor's murder

Police have charged two teens and a young man with murder after a Brisbane doctor was shot dead at his home earlier this week.

Light aircraft up in flames on NSW runway

A small plane has burst into flames after an emergency landing in the NSW Riverina region.

Man wrongfully jailed in WA killed in US

Andrew Mallard, who spent 12 years in jail in WA for a murder he didn't commit, has been killed in an apparent hit and run in Los Angeles.

Easter road toll: 6 deaths in 3 states

Six people have died in three states as Australians hit the road this Easter long weekend.

Suspected typhoid on Manus 'appalling'

Reports are emerging from Manus Island that asylum seekers have been flown to Port Moresby after contracting typhoid fever.

Total fire bans declared for parts of SA

Total fire bans have been declared for six South Australian districts, with severe conditions forecast.

Victorian driver caught doing 197km/h

A car raced off at 197km/h - nearly twice the speed limit - when Victoria Police tried to stop it overnight.

Dad snatches toddler son from dingo's jaws

A father has rescued his toddler son from a dingo that was dragging him off into the bush on Fraser Island in Queensland.

Morrison and Shorten down tools for Easter

Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten didn't campaign on Good Friday but they went pretty close, appearing before the cameras as they met the public.

Shorten's Good Friday with the Salvos

Labor leader Bill Shorten has started Good Friday with the Salvation Army, handing out food to homeless people in Melbourne.

Two die on Vic roads on Good Friday

Two men have died in separate incidents on Victorian roads on Good Friday, in a horror start to the Easter break.

Teen charged after Sydney street stabbing

A 17-year-old boy has been charged and a 21-year-old man was taken to hospital after a stabbing on a Sydney street.

PM goes to Maronite church for Good Friday

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is attending a Good Friday Church Service at St Charbel's Catholic Maronite Church in Punchbowl.

Vic man critical after falling out of ute

A Melbourne man is fighting for life after falling out of the tray of a ute in the southeastern suburbs.

Closure a century after Fromelles 'hell'

A family finally has closure 103 years after young Australian soldier Ralph Johnson died in the disastrous World War I battle of Fromelles.

Duo wanted over Sydney clothing arson

Two men are wanted over an arson attack at a western Sydney building last year that destroyed more than $200,000 worth of clothing.

Security in focus as surgeon killer jailed

Calls for strengthened security at hospitals to protect staff from violence have followed the jailing of a man for killing a surgeon at a Melbourne hospital.

Qld killer stabbed boyfriend during a hug

A Queensland woman sentenced to nine years in jail for fatally stabbing her partner said he walked into the knife.

Man charged over rape of Adelaide girl

Police have charged a man with the rape of a 10-year-old Adelaide girl and he's been remanded in custody to appear in court.

NSW man charged in online child porn sting

A Sydney man is due to face court over sexually explicit online conversations with undercover police who were posing as the adult relative of a young girl.

Liberals disendorse Victorian candidate

The Liberal election candidate for Victorian seat Corio is expected to be disendorsed by the party for not following rules in comments to the local newspaper.

Search for masked gunmen after Syd attack

Police released footage of an attempted murder where a masked men fired shots at a 31-year-old man who was walking into his western Sydney home.

Liberals disendorse Corio candidate

The Liberals have disendorsed a candidate in the safe Victorian Labor seat of Corio for breaking party rules in his comments to a local newspaper.

Measles alert issued for WA

The WA health department has issued a measles alert after someone who travelled to Perth from Thailand was confirmed to have the contagious illness.

Arsonists crash ute into Perth cafe

Arsonists crashed a car into a Perth cafe then set the building's interior alight, with the fire spreading to an adjoining business.

Hawi's alleged executioners to face trial

The trial dates have been set for the men suspected of killing bikie boss Mick Hawi in a daylight execution in Sydney in 2018.

Morrison avoids gaffes in safe first week

Prime Minister Scott Morrison played pool at an aged care home in a comfortable moment during a mostly uneventful first campaign week.

Photo of car linked to Brisbane shooting

Photos of a car linked to the shooting murder of a Brisbane doctor have been released by the Queensland Police.

Wife-killer's sentence sparks anger

Borce Ristevski has been jailed for nine years over the manslaughter of his wife, whose body he dumped in Victorian bushland, then lied to cover up his crime.

Early Easter treats for Perth Zoo's cutest

Perth Zoo's troop of lemurs and mob of meerkats have been given an early Easter treat that will encourage their foraging instinct.

NSW man charged over girl's years of abuse

A child molester showed his victim pornography and groomed her for sex as well as assaulting her over years, NSW Police say.

Homeless man denies sex romp on NSW bus

A NSW bus on which a 23-year-old man allegedly had sex with his girlfriend had to be removed from service to be professionally cleaned.

Shorten declines bail-out for broke NT

Opposition leader Bill Shorten has deflected questions about whether or not a Labor federal government would bail the NT Government out of its budget problems.

PM backtracks on being open to nuclear

The prime minister says he has no plans to reverse a ban on nuclear power, backtracking from earlier comments such an industry is not completely off the agenda.

Driver wants leniency over fatal SA crash

An Afghani refugee who crashed his car and killed an eight-year-old passenger has asked to be spared jail in South Australia.

Age link to bowel cancer treatment: study

The age of a bowel cancer patient could determine what type of treatments they then go through.

Charges over alleged priest assault in Tas

Police will charge three people over the alleged assault of a priest at a church in northern Tasmania.

Adani did not accept key scientific advice

Expert scientific advice on how to limit the impact of the Adani coal mine wasn't accepted by the company, despite the environment minister saying so.

Labor favours surplus over more tax cuts

The opposition has reportedly decided against further tax cuts in favour of a bigger budget surplus to prove its economic management credentials.

Shorten on front foot over climate change

Bill Shorten has jumped on the front foot to attack climate change deniers in the coalition as he faces criticism of his own environment policy.

Man's body found off Melbourne pier

A man's body has been found in the water off a pier in Melbourne's southeast.

Gas canisters found at Adelaide Hills fire

Authorities believe a fire in the Adelaide Hills' Black Hill Conservation Park may have been deliberately lit with gas canisters found at a campsite.

More than $18.5m of illegal tobacco seized

Raids by the ATO and police in regional areas of NSW and Victoria have resulted in more than $18.5 million of illicit tobacco being seized.

Man says he's long-lost son of Reg Grundy

A man has come forward claiming to be the long lost son of television producer Reg Grundy who died in 2016 with DNA test results expected next week.

Melbourne to showcase NYC-inspired artwork

American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat's famous untitled 1980s painting of a skull will be among more than 300 works on show in Melbourne.

PM jumps on Labor super tax stumble

Labor leader Bill Shorten has clarified his promise not to boost taxes for superannuation, saying that doesn't include policies dating back to 2016.

Fire crews battle Adelaide Hills bushfire

A fire at an Adelaide Hills conservation park is burning out of control, with fire crews expected to continue fighting the blaze until Thursday at least.

PM expects Qld MP to heed travel review

The prime minister expects a Queensland MP will accept the findings of a review of his expenses, after charging taxpayers $3000 for flights.

SA man jailed over violent crime spree

Adelaide man Jason Lee Stokes has been jailed for at least 14 years over a violent crime spree in Adelaide and an attempted escape from a remand centre.

High Court backs Qld party donor ban laws

A former Queensland Liberal National Party state president has lost his bid to challenge the state's ban on property developers donating to parties.

Fines Victoria lashed by ombudsman

Victorians have had their licences wrongly suspended or treated as if they're liable for fines, due to errors and delays by Fines Victoria, the ombudsman says.

Surgeon killer cops full coward-punch term

A man who killed a Melbourne surgeon with a single blow has become the first to receive a minimum 10-year jail sentence under Victoria's one-punch laws.

Qld man in court over $1.4m drug bust

An alleged Hells Angels associate has faced court in Queensland on drug trafficking offences over an ice haul estimated to be worth $1.44 million.

Bob Brown leads anti-Adani convoy to Qld

A convoy, led by former Greens leader Bob Brown, protesting Adani's controversial Carmichael coal mine has left Hobart, en route to Queensland's Galilee Basin.

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SA court siege man avoids jail for fraud

A South Australian man who held a court official at knifepoint almost 20 years ago has avoided jail for using a fake police check.

Accused NSW daylight murderer denied bail

A man accused of organising the Sydney murder of former Comanchero bikie boss Mahmoud "Mick" Hawi's in 2018 has failed in his bid to be released.

Court finds Qld academic unlawfully sacked

The Federal Circuit Court has found a Queensland university sacked a professor unlawfully over comments he made against colleagues and two research centres.

Olympic champ's stealing charges in court

Olympic gold medallist Chantelle Lee Newbery has had seven stealing charges against her heard in a Brisbane court.

Qld ex-priest's conviction thrown out

A former priest at a Brisbane school has had three indecent treatment of children convictions thrown out by the Court of Appeal.

Burston launches Hanson defamation action

Former One Nation senator Brian Burston is seeking court-ordered damages over allegations made by Pauline Hanson and an ex-staffer.

Cancer faker Gibson ordered to face court

Cancer con woman Belle Gibson is being hauled before the Federal Court after she failed to pay a $410,000 fine imposed for fleecing Australians.

NT govt to axe jobs, cut spending by $11 b

The Northern Territory Government will axe 52 of its highest-paid public servants and more than 100 other positions under a plan to repair its budget.

Sydney wife stabber on trial for murder

A Sydney man who has admitted to stabbing his wife to death in 2017 is on trial for murder but says he was substantially impaired by depressive illness.

Morrison defends embattled candidate Liu

Scott Morrison has brushed aside criticism of disparaging remarks about LGBTI people made by a Liberal Party candidate for the Victorian seat of Chisholm.

Qld ex-lawyer jailed for drug trafficking

Former Gold Coast lawyer Briana Ioannides has been jailed for drug offences including trafficking methamphetamine.

PM says no to govt Notre Dame aid fund

The Australian government won't be setting up a local fund for people who want to contribute to rebuilding the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris after a fire.

Bushfire near Ballarat under control

A bushfire in Victoria's west that may have been started by a campfire has been brought under control .

Dad charged after NSW girl ingests drugs

A father has been denied bail after a nine-year-old girl was taken to hospital bruised and non-responsive after swallowing drugs, NSW police say.

Abbott focused only on his seat: treasurer

Tony Abbott says he's willing to return to the top job but only if he was invited to do so by his colleagues and if nobody was running against him.

Narrow law may save convicted Qld priest

A lawyer for a former Brisbane priest convicted of indecently dealing with a schoolboy has argued he should be exonerated over a legal technicality.

Former Qld council official runs for KAP

Katter's Australian Party has chosen a former Queensland council official to stand as its number two for the senate.

Sentence slashed over Qld sword slaying

A man involved in the fatal robbery of a central Queensland drug dealer has had his jail sentence reduced.

Ben Barba charges return to Townsville

Former NRL player Ben Barba will return to court in Townsville in May charged with public nuisance offences.

Charge laid over fatal crash in Perth

A truck driver has been charged over a crash on a Perth highway that killed a 55-year-old woman.

Qld rescue helicopter targeted by laser

A Queensland rescue helicopter carrying patients in need of urgent medical care has been hit by a laser on four separate occasions.

Woman arrested over NT sex offences

Child Abuse Taskforce detectives have arrested a 61-year-old woman in central Australia for sexual offences dating back to the 1970s.

Qld flood damage bill to top $2 billion

The damage bill from Queensland's flood disaster could top $2 billion with more than 673,000 sheep and cattle estimated to have been lost.

Man escapes catamaran fire in Tasmania

A man in Tasmania has had a lucky escape after his catamaran caught fire and sank in the state's south.

Search resumes for missing WA grandma

The search for missing Perth grandmother Mary Ann Nix has resumed, with police, mounted officers and SES volunteers involved.

Man jailed over shoelace attack on refugee

A man who tried to strangle an Afghan refugee in Adelaide has been jailed for at least six years.

Melb still 'low density' by 2051: report

Melbourne's population is tipped to reach eight million by 2051, but by world standards it will still be a low density city, according to a new report.

Murder charge after body found in Vic

A 55-year-old Victorian man has been charged with murder after the discovery of a body in Gisborne, north of Melbourne, on Sunday.

Melbourne woman's last days under review

Police are seeking information from the public as they investigate the murder of an elderly woman in her Melbourne home.

Petrol hits five-month high before Easter

Australians filling up their tanks for school holiday Easter road trips are paying the highest price for unleaded petrol since November.

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